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Pfizer to provide U.S. with 100 million COVID-19 vaccine doses
"Drug firm Pfizer and its German biotech partner, $1.95 billion to produce and deliver 100 million doses of their covert 19 vaccine in the US If it proves safe and effective in humans, it could be available before the end of the year. The health and Human Services secretary says the U. S could acquire an additional 500 million doses of the vaccine. Bio and tech of Germany and fighter of the U. S. Are jointly developing four potential vaccines and producing them at facilities near Kalamazoo and at other locations. Secretary of
3 youth facility staffers charged in death of black teen in Michigan
"Barnes three staff members of the youth facility in Kalamazoo Michigan have been charged in the death of a black teenager who died eight days after being restrained for throwing a sandwich decision comes after the county medical examiner ruled sixteen year old Cornelius Fredericks death a homicide by result of restraint asphyxia an investigation by Michigan's department of health found the staffers used a restraint that was significantly disproportionate with one team sitting on Fredericks chest for over twelve
3 youth facility staffers in Michigan charged in death of black teen
"Barnes three staff members of the youth facility in Kalamazoo Michigan have been charged in the death of a black teenager who died eight days after being restrained for throwing a sandwich decision comes after the county medical examiner ruled sixteen year old Cornelius Fredericks death a homicide by result of restraint asphyxia an investigation by Michigan's department of health found the staffers used a restraint that was significantly disproportionate with one team sitting on Fredericks just for over
Death of teen at Michigan youth facility ruled homicide by medical examiner
"The death of the team last month in a Michigan youth facility has now been ruled a homicide by the Kalamazoo county medical examiner's office sixteen year old Cornelius Fredericks died may the first two days after he lost consciousness while being restrained by staff at lakeside academy Dr Ted brown who performed the autopsy says Fredericks had been restrained on the ground by several people resulting in Essex via lakeside academy a facility for teenagers with behavioral problems it last week lost its contract with the state of Michigan to care for youth in the state's foster care and juvenile systems and its license to
"kalamazoo" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Of the state online from just north of Kalamazoo through grand rapids now they keep going to our north and west here I do think of our best chance for strong to severe thunderstorms sometime about four to ten PM the baby shower thunderstorm out ahead of that here as we go through the day temperatures in the upper eighties says he gets really warm this afternoon ahead of those thunderstorms and then after those thunderstorms it gets breezy and much cooler tonight will end up in the upper fifties to near sixty more sunshine less humidity tomorrow breezy upper seventies Friday a mix of sun and clouds with the chance of a late day shower thunderstorm the high eighty and then it looks likely we leap back into full or relief ahead in the fall we're back into the sixties on Saturday low seventies on Sunday right now both those days look dry seventy eight across the board Pontiac downtown metro airport heading up to eighty seven we'll keep an eye on those thunderstorms as they cross the area later on today I'm accu weather meteorologist you devore WWJ newsradio nine fifty traffic and weather together we check them both every ten minutes on the H. W. W. JT is time is seven ten what happens if Michigan school kids do not go back to school in the fall or if they only go back part time the answer has a lot of Michigan parents worried about their own jobs as we hear live and local from W. W. chase Mike Campbell good morning Mike good morning river yet more than half fifty six percent of parents in Michigan say their ability to return to work will be impacted if schools are unable to reopen in the fall thirty four percent say that would affect your ability to pay bills obviously sixty seven percent say it's important to meet or exceed covered nineteen safety recommendations before classes open in the fall and seventy one percent say schools will need additional resources to meet those recommendations that tri county alliance for public education in Macomb Oakland Wayne carriage is pushing for the state to commit to full funding for the coming year and also for some federal funds the superintendent of Woodhaven Brownstown schools smart great had says whether it's reduce class sizes that require more space and more teachers additional busing routes to accommodate social distancing sanitation supplies and procedures or motional support resources for students everything will require more funding that's not in the school budgets currently reporting live Mike Campbell W. W. J. newsradio nine fifth you know World War two ended seventy five years ago when covert nineteen has canceled many events that surround that the year the us honoring the anniversary of a W. W. as Beth Fisher caught up with one of the last surviving members of the all black Tuskegee airmen who is looking back and ahead to best joins us live look with the story Beth Tom Henry T. Stewart junior of Bloomfield hills who will turn ninety six on the fourth of July flew forty three combat missions as part of the fame to ski unit protecting white fighter pilots because of racism he couldn't get a job as a pilot after the war and became a mechanical engineer he's been watching the.
Samantha Irby Author of "Wow, No Thank You"
"So excited because at first is Samantha Irby one of the funniest writers out there, and she recently published her latest book called Wow. Thank you. It's our third book of essays, and it's about a whole new chapter in Sam's life. She's forty now and recently got married and moved from Chicago to Kalamazoo Michigan to be with her. So these days, she's trying to make friends as a grown adult and a new town and she's also a new step. Mom Partners Teenage Kids, her career change pretty dramatically to she went from writing a blog, hoping to get guys to notice her to writing for TV shows like shrill and work in progress, and I literally laughed out loud. Reading this book. Yeah, and she just talks about her life with such a brutal. Brutal honesty, and in this hilarious way that self deprecating, but also manages to inspire hope in me in this weird way like she's so honest about her flaws and shortcomings that it makes me feel better about myself and my life same I just love how real unrelatable. She does so relatable that she just like us has avoided going outside during this quarantine at all costs I don't know that I felt outside air. Him I mean maybe like three weeks I like. Get the nail on the. I think what you're describing is what Kathy and I have sometimes described as we are indoor gays. Are Type. Yes and we're underrepresented popular culture. Yes yes, we could have an indoor gay pride. But no one would show. Yeah, you just everybody tunes their TVs to the golden girls at the same time during indoor pry. Wave your rainbow flag out of the window and eat cheesecake at. Watch Golden Girls Curious. How did you come up with the title? Wow No. Thank you. I think I wanted to call this like. Is this hell like am I dead and is this? How something like that? I'm pitched. The book. Am I dead and is this how and they're like? Cute, we'll talk about the title when you've turned everything right, so turn it all the stuff and way of course, and then we start talking about what to call it and I both times was like. Has the title remember how I told you? It's called? Am I glad is this L.. They're like e Sweetie now, so my editor went through. She's like how about I go through the book and I'll pull out phrases that sound like they could be good titles I can't remember exactly where I said it, but at some point I say. Wow, sir, no, thank you. And she had that phrase in their house. Like oh that one. That's perfect and then I was like. Let's take out the Sir because I. Don't want to alienate any sirs who might WANNA buy? She was like okay agreed, but it really does encapsulate my approach to many things. Very, true to both me and the collection, so I was I was really happy with it. Gotcha. So you are now a step parent to two kids. and You write about your parenting style. Using the term quote detachment parenting. How how would you describe what detachment parenting is? Is. Walking out of the room the minute they walk into it. While also. Paying for everything they have. Real. Is like do not ask I. You have two parents who love you. Take Great Care View. They will decide like what vaccinations you need to get all of it like. Don't ask me any life. Advice I'm hearing a leg sign into violent movies. You WanNa Watch I'm here to give you the password for that stuff and also pay a to keep the Internet on, but you cannot come to me about any serious life choices. Be My fault whatever happens to. It's like my worst nightmare for these kids who are great. They're sweet, smart Nice, but like ten years from now for them to be late, so this thing you said to me in two thousand eighteen destroy. Sure. Whenever I like a serious look on their face, or they have a genuine question. That's not like you know what snacks to get at Costco, I just like I. Leave the realm. Oh. No, I'm the life advice no way.
Coronavirus and the impact on airline industry
"Not looking good for Virgin Atlantic. Yes so they announced yes to that. Cutting third of the workforce lots more than three thousand jobs. They've also said that they're going to be exiting Gatwick. Which has been its London base for thirty five years? They are still maintaining that base up in Manchester And this company had already actually been struggling with profitability for several years. So it's perhaps not surprising that they're really facing issues now. The government refused to Baylor saying that I haven't looked hard enough. Other investors elsewhere in the line is basically said that it's now fighting for its survival and that more measures might have to be introduced in the coming months and years and I think the story shows a few things it really shows that the week affirms a feeling the effects fast in an industry aviation industry which is struggling as a whole. And then there's also the knock on effect on airports Gatwick received a COUPLA recently. Be a Saturday causing flights out of their needs. Airports really depend on airlines for these lucrative slots so this is going to be a big problem to several people up and down the chain but there is good news for Wizar- Yes a Wiza- which is one of the airlines which has proved surprisingly buoyant. They managed to keep a large amount of cash surplus which has helped to tide them over during this crisis. And they're actually already. They've already resumed. Flights from Luton to some eastern European countries mainly bringing the seasonal farmworkers for example they brought over about hundred people lost Friday and they will announce that they're going to be resuming flights to Greece and Portugal from around June July to start tentatively taking holidaymakers abroad. They said that they will stop obviously wearing gloves. And now handout mosques to people that they haven't said that they'll be keeping that middle aisle seat free If if there is enough demand to finit they said that there just isn't evidence that that will reduce the risk of Jumps being spread. I mean we're seeing lots of airlines for instance. Klm saying that That they will be saying that. Mosque wearing is absolutely mandatory. But it's hard to see Without that middle seat being taken out how social distance thing. An and virus control can happen on aeroplanes effectively. Yeah I completely agree I mean on one hand. You are just got your. You have people in fairly close quarters in an airplane. The airplanes not going to be redesigned overnight people all within a mutual two of each other. Anyway I think a lot of it will center around. Different cleaning. Practices was the not going to have the magazine. For example so fewer and fewer touch points for people to transmit things and regular cleaning processes and staff updated on those sort of procedures Right well with the with airlines ca beginning to fly again. Airbnb is seeing some light at the end of the tunnel. Tell us more about that. Yes this is an interesting one because AIRBNB They started out their financials. And it's not looking great actually for the company that cussing about twenty five percent of the workforce and their revenues predicted to hard this year. So that's sir drop of about two billion. And but they have said that they they're starting to see a tends to rise in domestic booking so obviously international travel is still looking shaky and wizards one of the few people and Kalamazoo said to start offering this flights but in places like Denmark and the Netherlands. For example people are starting to look into kings and make bookings to travel and holiday within their own country. And I think this ties in with a trend that we're going to be seeing a lot sort of rise of the staycationing this year as people pass aren't quite sure if they're ready to get on a flight or take an international holiday but they do still want to have a break they do still want to get away from from home so this this works with something that airbnb has already been seeing in China which is obviously ahead of the curve a bit from Europe where people are starting to travel domestically and take holidays within the country. Those name quite a little publicity around the fact that there are very cheap. Airfares out there at the moment. And also very cheap hotel bookings But it comes down to what the insurance policy is because we can book holidays abroad or indeed at home But we may very well may have to cancel them exactly. I think there's still so much uncertainty for people you know. I think people are desperate for holiday. It's been it's been really difficult. Few months vote for Europeans and for people all over the world. But it's just not clear whether for example be another spike in cases in your home country or the country where you're going to whether there's lockdown measures will change we'll more travel bans be brought in so. I think people are still waiting to see how things pan out in the next few months.
Samantha Irby Talks About Wow, No Thank You
"I think of it night as selling a book but as supporting the booksellers and publishers and other authors who are out there and also helping readers because readers are are desperate right now. I want to read. Actually something that Carl Siegel our critic wrote in her review of your book. I hope you're not one of those people that avoids reading reviews of Your Book. I am but I know that this was positive because everyone told me it was positive. So I'm braced for it and it's cool okay. All right ready. She wrote instead of a rule. Then a recommendation. For this moment if the grips of the pandemic your ability to interpret an exponential graph has increased well exponentially while your patients for narrative has plummeted. Tries Samantha. Irby so she's heartily recommending. You as something to read right now in order to give listeners a taste of why that is. Would you read a little bit from your new collection? Wow No thank you. Yes so. This is from Piece called hung up and it is about my love of cellular phones. I was late to the technology game. I'm staring down the barrel of my fortieth year and I bought my computer six or seven years ago. I didn't get my first iphone until they'd been around for years partially because I thought who needs that. I prefer to live in the real world mostly. I was skeptical because the idea of walking around with a five hundred dollar computer in my pocket seemed ridiculous and dangerous to me and the idea that I can somehow scraped together the money to purchase said pocket computer while also maintaining a roof over my head. I E partying all the time and paying for basic cable was hilarious and unrealistic. I was the last dinosaur at the club sending multi tap texts on an analog Nokia e fifty one with no camera when I finally upgraded to a smartphone. Several years after unsolicited selfish had taken hold of the nation. My exhausted psalms cracked and bleeding from a decade of repeatedly jamming down the two key to make a letter see. I didn't get what all the fuss was about. Okay sure this glowing rectangle in my bag can tell me the weather anywhere in the world at this exact moment but who cares but wait. It could also figure out precisely what wrong street. I'm turning down and steer me back in the right direction and it can count. How many steps? I took today while saving for me all the passwords I can never remember. Please excuse me while I build a shrine to the new most important thing in my life. I've read on my phone that we as a nation as a species have a problem with cellphones. Insert facts about the harms of cell phone usage. That I'm never going to research because I do not enjoy feeling like an underachiever. But do we really. Is there actually a problem with rescuing our brains from the doldrums of sitting at a red light or from the Malays caused by having even even a single second to sit alone with one terrible thoughts? I don't have children. Therefore I don't have any opinions on whether electronic devices are a bad influence on the mental growth and development of a child. If you tell me they are than I believe you. I'm sure there's scientific evidence prove it and I'm positive. There are doctors and licensed professionals. Who would attest to the DILATOT? Serious effect modern technology has on the brains and interpersonal skills of adults. But hear me out. Maybe it's worth it. That was great. What about you Samantha? Have you been able to read for fun during this time? I'm not ever so distracted that I can't pick up a book which I feel is good so I have been reading a lot of fiction and like nothing about disease or being locked in a room. But you're a huge thriller Fan Right. Is there s recommendations like good escape reading either thrillers or Wa which I know you also love yes so I am like pretty obsessed with this writer Louisa. Luna there are two books in this series so far. I don't think the series has the name. It's like an Alice Vega novel I think is maybe like the subtitle but the first one is called two girls down and her second book in the series is called the Janes and I just reread both of those and they are so good she so good thrillers are my thing and she is a master and I just reread Mary. H K choice books emergency contact and permanent record and they're both Y. A. They make me feel totally uncool because she has mastered the way. Young people talk. And I'm like man I kind of don't know what they're saying but I do love this a lot. She is a super cool writer. So this is your third book of essays. The first one meaty than we are never meeting in real life now. Wow No thank you. I'm curious how like in your mind or they categorized as different periods of Your Life. Different themes different topics. How do they stand apart for you? Well meaning to me feels most like. Here's an overview of my past. Here's a here's how we got here kind of and then we're never meeting in real life is kind of a mix of. Here's how we got here. Here's where we're going because I'd met my partner at that point. But she wasn't my wife yet and I hadn't moved from Chicago to Michigan yet. And then while no thank you is like where I am right now. It's a Kalamazoo Essay collection. It's me in Kalamazoo in our raggedy farmhouse with the cats. Like this is where I'm
"kalamazoo" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Kalamazoo what's going on my front Hey there Joe actually you can't believe the tires and I really mean that that you want to out okay I was actually born in DC but each to move down to Miami in fact when I talk to us on I used to pick tomatoes I don't come home Avenue I used to bowl what don Carter's lame thirty your aim candle then we will open twenty four hours five hundred I would go stuff that what your was that John Carter scandal waiting to I think we were both I graduated in nineteen eighty Soul from eighty to about I moved to Michigan and the end of eighty nine rebels out there in fact my dad is an attorney and he used to do some work for don because the stop sign my father was the lead the pin setter at don Carter lanes but I think it was in homestead I don't you was in Kendall drive and a hundred and thirty seven I know like you know not all homes that would be great well two hundred seventy seven as we work to the end and and you'll go down memory lane is fun I mean he was he was the guy he was a university lanes in Boca Raton that he was down at at Dakar lanes in homestead so you probably boulder my dad was there not a giver went to that to that those bowling lanes with him but but yeah I was he was a guy which is so my brother lives in dollars he's north American for thirty years and my dear would you just mentioned the dolphins my dad not only has season tickets since the very first year my dad was not only being that believes we he works for Jill Robbie regionally the dolphins who was the original order a lot of people don't even know Danny Thomas was one of the owners also along with your Robbie and if you watch the original kicked off the first game against the raiders with the dolphins being the only team to ever returned the opening kickoff the first game for a touchdown we see Danny Thomas running up and down the sidelines you get a chance home I was asked to Wally I stayed to six hours for those who don't know Kalamazoo to battle creek is what about an hour Joe it's actually twenty minutes we ninety four it was a close are good the city manager battle creek I actually did a couple days before it was well you know this thing of mourning I was going to cost them like ten thousand dollars to do with the police project and said really does not doing students taking him to come speak worried about that forget the money the revenue you're gonna miss and I told a bullet for me what I said misguided misled mindset of king or hours when Obama with all these places they'll bend over backwards nobody ever mentioned how much would calls for police overtime nobody ever mentioned what can troll this is all about having trouble hitting the orange guy that's a on Saudi or gel and being a Christian conservative Lebanese American okay in the street he made speeches and he was on fire I don't have a lot of the media I wanted to full story news and I'm trying to find a microphone as a German one this lady was condescending German woman says well what do you think of him speaking at he took a nice can he brushed it off like a duck's back and the Democratic Party well to get rocked in the queue again okay Kim and I made her if you find some you like email a link over my man I got right Dave I gotta run great great rather this thing with you that's awesome one would assume I would look at all send it to you I appreciate doesn't quite work that way when you call the show would start filling in but you did a great job with that bridge to see further in the mail I love you like a bright you can carry that we do it well no not right now little inside baseball I will tell you this so many that out of bounds for trying in a in a get it and I appreciate him trying I got my first filling job for Glenn back when I call the show I know you did but whenever you know that okay will be and but I called in on some topic it he said you know while I have you ever drunk Christmas Hey Chris is gonna have you fill in for recent events nine really pretty also wow then for the next eight years I was the primary villain I remember that we launch this little dog and pony show can you imagine how successful it would have been filling in for him and I had you with me Riley inviting Mike it would have been what it was Kerry said Nellie no no hell no I I never said that and you never asked you dealt with the heat pads days I I would be a bit of asking because of the hills there was never any data was always a lot of hate to say no nine four one tag Joe pegs that come we come back it'll be the classic pads parity Babe get your **** outside to put this together when with all the controversy over the peace here how non PC a baby it's cold outside was why do the PC version just to avoid any controversy as the man well here we come back on the job pack just air.
"kalamazoo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In Kalamazoo and radio and TV broadcasting doing the news in fact in my opinion those ladies and doing the Kalamazoo news are a lot better than those of grand rapids some of them seem to even be better than the man but that there are certain places where it just seems odd to have a woman in the position for example I was driving one time down an expressway and I came to a road construction job and they're drilling cement with heavy drills was a woman in other words a woman was holding this big drill or Jack in her hand and was busting up concrete with that it just seems odd to me I also think that it's becoming the accepted norm in professional sports for a woman sportscaster to go into a men's locker room that isn't right if I were part of that culture it would be changed infinitely but our culture's becoming a little more twisted and distorted and rules are being reversed in some of these areas where they really shouldn't be when it comes to the church of god god the man's that men function as men and women function as women and never is that point more true than when you come to first Corinthians chapter eleven verses two to sixteen as Dr Ironside said I like a womanly woman I like a manly man but very few admire a manly woman womanly man no cord was a wild society rebellion role reversal immorality idolatry that was the norm of that particular culture and some of those trees were beginning to seep into the church even into the worship services in god wanted to stop so when Paul ranks first Corinthians chapter eleven verses two to sixteen what Paul says is in a church men and women who are spiritual not carnal will demonstrate a proper submissive attitude to the god ordained authority.
Wealthy Donor Promises College Tuition To Help Spur Growth In Hometown
"Just changed for many in the tiny Kansas town of neo to Shea a wealthy businessman is hoping to save his shrinking hometown he's launched a program to pay college tuition for neo she's students the idea takes its cue from bigger cities but it could hit some unexpected roadblocks Celia your piece Jepsen of the campus news service reports then Cutler grew up in New York Shea in the nineteen fifties when it had a thousand more residents than today's twenty three hundred he left campus for a career in finance and insurance but never forgot his home town situated about halfway between Wichita Kansas in Joplin Missouri and his business success has led to the that's new dishes three hundred middle and high schoolers in their auditorium recently when they learned color will pay their college tuition they have to earn a two point five GPA and two other boxes but the new ownership promise will cover the price of tuition and fees at the state's priciest public school the university of Kansas Daschle council is a senior she wants to study dental hygiene I'm still in shock right now I've been really saving up for college I know most of my classmates have been also saving up working real hard and this is just a real relief off of our shoulders the program has two goals obviously change lives right now two years after high school fewer than half of students here are working on a college degree second goal bring people to this rural town families need to enroll their kids in school here by the sixth grade to get the full deal colors offer is good for the next twenty five years at least possibly decades beyond that it'll likely cost tens of millions of dollars but here's the problem border in school districts have been losing enrollment as well to nearby districts have fewer than two hundred students left because most of southeast Kansas is shrinking near she's plan might simply shift people around among dwindling towns Matthew Sanderson is a sociologist at Kansas State University if you're thinking about regional economic development lease with the stage you look more like a zero sum game to spur real growth nearly Shea has to attract more employers and jobs and though community leaders say promise programs elsewhere have benefited economically they're usually in more populous places like Kalamazoo Michigan that town has seventy five thousand residents still hundreds of workers commute to this town every day from across the region for manufacturing jobs a plan like this one Coble both we're a team is building the whole of the luxury motor boats so this process just gets repeated layer by layer resident glass or live company president Shane Stanfill says now maybe more of his workers were moved to town to take advantage of the free tuition and others would follow and with that bill though many jobs and that will also help help us to get you know find the right people to work for us but is firing residents may need to get in line near Shay's other big challenge is a housing shortage a common issue across rural America thunder Ben colored says the town is ready for the hard work I don't think any of us that are have been working on the scholarship program now I've been working on it for a couple years I think that this going to be easy this is going to require some heavy lifting on the part of the school on the part of the community on on the part of the businesses here meanwhile Matty Sanderson says he's curious to see if new addition I can pull something off beyond the usual zero sum game a town this small trying to reinvent itself with this
Tuning Up: Gibson Guitars Sings Sweeter Song
"AH from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Friday France. Maybe one of the things things you look forward to on the weekend is going to hear some music or perhaps playing some of your own today to celebrate our three hundred episode of business wars daily. We're going to take take a look at two icons of the Guitar Business Gibson Guitar and fender recently our sister show business wars to deep dive into their decades long rivalry and today we're going to catch you up on where the two are now. Gibson guitars been on a rocky road to say the least the company was founded in nineteen o two and named after Kalamazoo Michigan Inventor Orville Gibson over the decades it became known for its high quality instruments particularly guitars played by Les Paul Elvis Presley Jimmy Page and bb be king among many others less Paul of course had a guitar named after him but in recent decades Gibson Star began fading in the nineteen eighties instrument sales slowed as kids chose synthesizers and video games over guitar strings over time that trend continued by the early two thousands more and more musicians composing and making music digitally under CEO Henry Jessica Gibson attempted a risky strategy to try to reduce Gibson's reliance on selling mainstream mainstream guitars. He wanted Gibson to become what he called a music lifestyle company with that as its New Strategy Jessica wits lead Gibson into buying buying an assortment of consumer electronics businesses making head bones turntables in speakers but what about guitars will according to the Nashville Tennessee and between twenty ten in two thousand fifteen the company's sales grew from three hundred million dollars to over two billion dollars but the business model was hollow just go lewitt's had also tried to reinvent his electric guitar business pioneering several attention-getting innovation some of which like a rocket shaped guitar and electronic robot tuning. Learning machines were mostly rejected by guitar purists. Many Gibson loyalists complained that quality dropped prices rose in by two thousand fifteen profit margin's dropped to a meager four percent meanwhile Gibson's most famous rival thunder was doing quite well founded by a Radio Repairman in an instrument lover named Leo Fender Back in Nineteen forty-six vendor is famous for its stratocaster and telecaster guitars. The company also invented an electric bass. Call the P. Base the precision bass which became a foundation for rock and roll like Gibson fenders instruments appeared in the hands of world famous artists from country to our beat Iraq in the nineteen eighties eighties and nineties fender custom crafted guitars for Jimmy Page Eric Clapton Jeff Beck Merle Haggard Stevie Ray Vaughan and the list goes on while Jessica Woodson his team were pursuing doing an aggressive strategy that took the company away from its core business fender to was expanding but in an arguably healthier less flashy fashion the company added Digital Products Guitar Students along with upgraded amplifiers and other basics by early twenty eighteen gibson was in debt to the tune one of half a billion dollars and filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection some wondered whether this would be Gibson Swansong or if the one hundred sixteen year old company could be saved last October Gibson name new leadership and the company emerged from bankruptcy now. It's getting back to basics. No more rockets shaped guitars electronic robot tuners crazy futuristic takes on its mainstay. Les Paul Guitar Today. Gibson offers two basic lines of its classic classic guitars modern and traditional many players feel like qualities returning and that the guitars while still expensive or no longer wildly overpriced and under engineered appeared. The company is slowly getting. It's Mojo back. Fender is at the top of its game but keeping an eye on Kitson. Hey Vendor knows its biggest. Competitor isn't down for the count to make sure it would compete with Gibson. Fender has sharpened up its budget minded imports made in Mexico and China. Those instruments were designed to undercut Gibson price in rival. I Will Gibson's affordable brand episode on at the same time fenders producing high quality more expensive guitars right here in the United States of America. It's not easy for icon at companies to maintain their relevance for more than a century but with help from their fans that's just what both Gibson and fender have managed to do at least at least for now for more on the twists and turns of one of America's great musical rivalries check out our series Gibson guitars versus fender our sister show mm-hmm business works from wondering this business wars daily at this week's episodes were written edited and produced by Elaine Appleton edited and produced by Emma Cortlandt are executive producers Marshal Louis created by for Non Lopez or whatever I'm David Brown and we'll see you next week.
Aerial spraying to be done in Berrien and Cass counties to combat EEE
"Well state health officials announcing big plans to begin aerial spraying to prevent the spread of triple E. this across fourteen counties in Michigan WWJ newsradio nine fifties Michael Colin joining us live in local with this one Michael we're talking about eastern alkaline and so polite as Jason and that of course is the virus is spread by mosquitoes the counties include Allegan Berrien Calhoun Jackson Kalamazoo canned and look here the spring will begin this Sunday at eight PM and continue until four thirty in the morning the next day the spring will be conducted by low flying aircraft will be using approved pesticides as an ultra low volume spray that means it's very fine aerosol droplets that they say suspended in the air and then they kill the adult mosquitoes on contact now in general health officials say there are no risk is expected during or even after the spraying no special precautions are recommended and the spring is not expected to have any impact on surface water or drinking water for further details on the spray schedule along with information on the chemicals that they're going to be using in the operation log on to our website W. W. J. news radio
Michigan sounds alarm on mosquito-borne virus after 3 deaths
"Six health officials are urging people to guard against mosquito bites after rare mosquito borne virus because two more deaths in Michigan is called eastern equine encephalitis and the state health department says it because the deaths in casts and bam you're in counties on the west side of the state those follow an earlier death in Kalamazoo counties there also have been animal cases and Jenna seein appear counties that apartment encouraging residents to
7 cases of dangerous encephalitis investigated in Michigan: What you need to know
"Trucking about a problem couple cases of triple he and it's called that because its eastern equine encephalitis so we just say triple E. had only hit horses at that point but the crossover was inevitable front page of this morning free press Michigan girl gets a rare virus from bug bite she's hospitalized suffering with swelling of the brain our thoughts and prayers with her and her family the fact of the matter is the mosquitoes now have crossed over it's not just horses that are suffering with this Tripoli and we need to do something to protect ourselves and our family in the summer nights or early mornings prime time for mosquitoes we've said it before will say it again use mosquito repellent more on that coming up now would beyond west Nile and again according to the folks who joined us last week the Michigan department of health and Human Services it's triple E. that we're worried about doctor Frank make George Henry Ford health system of physician giving us kind of a summary and what we should and maybe should not do good morning doctor good morning Paul yet you know the alerts by the Michigan department of health were actually very specific to eastern act one apple ID can initially as you mention the alert was regarding several forces that had tested positive for the virus over on the west side of the state and that's important because the horses were basically a marker that the virus was active in the area well here's what's different now humans don't carry the virus normally it has to spread from forces it's important to know that eastern according to avoid virus can only be spread by mosquitoes humans don't get it directly from a force or from each other only from a Kerrier miss you know and you also need to know that eastern act pardon that white it is an incredibly dangerous fires killed by a third of people who become infected so here's the really important part and the change that different from last week this week the Michigan department of community health issue and expanded alert the virus was now also suspect it in several people from Kalamazoo and Marion counties so it is definitely more active and in point of fact there was one girl in particular that had been identified it definitely having it and the only real way to prevent infection is to avoid miss you know by now as the name implies eastern EC one satellite is it is more common on the east coast you started the United States and in fact Massachusetts is also experiencing at a severe outbreak right now as well it's all relative but the numbers the numbers sound small but because it's such a dangerous disease it is a severe outbreak and they've already had one eight Allah the in the R. Massachusetts area we're gonna talk again about how we tried to avoid those Miskito still nobody's come up with the reason why we have an Iraqi KV dim the skaters off the face of the earth they cost way more trouble than any positive thing that they bring to us but be that as it may there is a Tripoli vaccine available for horses but not for people if you have it if you have it for horses how far away are we from having it for people well where did it impacts I mean the you know to acting a horse is is not as complicated it back many people and I say that because eastern act wanted their flight is the fact far more worse than excel defect here as well and so you know you can vaccinate of a pool of course is and it would be in it's reasonably effective it is off the back the program because it also highly fatal in horses vaccinate every single human would not be very practical because in the big picture eastern act one insect bite is although it is really pretty rare there had actually only been seven cases and people in the state of Michigan in the whole decade from two thousand nine twenty eighteen only seventy eight so that's not that big a deal the reason this easterner point that white is the lease is easier in general are really a big deal is because they are transmitted by mosquitoes and because Miskito soon because so many different diseases in particular in this case and strap light it that's really the big messages that you can't take this ghettos lately as you mentioned briefly west Nile virus is a much more serious problem much more common and it can also cause encephalitis there are other very should die for example there's also a confirmed case of California and stuff like that eight of Michigan that actually in Tennessee county they're all caused by different viruses but that she is they are all spread by mosquitoes so it's not really practical to to develop and eastern EC one step wide vaccine for humans because the cases are so rare it's more practical to prevent mosquito bites and you try to prevent the population of forces from becoming infected and hence the horse back the next available me just to quickly say that the signs of it could be fever headache nausea vomiting fatigue and lethargy all of that but more importantly how do we avoid it apply insect repellents that contain the active ingredient DEET what other suggestions quickly doc well the biggest one protect yourself I'm from the steel plates in general long sleeves long pants avoiding the times when they're most the most active Baskin don it's also important to try and keep them from breeding around your home make sure that you empty water our water pools around your home where they could be breeding and make sure that you keep your screen in your doors protect it so they don't enter your home is easily if you you know basically you don't want in your home either also fans are actually reading of effective because they are not very good fliers so if you keep a fan blowing keep the air circulating away from you that makes it less likely that they will get you but the best protection is by far need an inspector palette a very good advice as
At least two killed after woman crashes car into Michigan river with her children inside
"Police divers have found the body of a second child after woman deliberately drove her as UV into the Kalamazoo river with her two children inside this happened last night. Kalamazoo public safety chief carrying Thomas says the forty four year old woman is dead. Her twin nine year old daughters also died. She says two other young girls family members were in the car with the woman, but they did not stay in the car. They were out of the car, and so they are very young girl, and we don't have a lot of details of why she let them out and did not let the other two out and we're just going to have to work through that as we do some trimming form care with those young girls with what they're going through in order to aid the investigation, and chief Thomas says their investigation
"kalamazoo" Discussed on KTOK
"Company in Kalamazoo Michigan in its peak production year of nineteen sixty two checker rolled out some eight thousand one hundred seventy three cars. The great majority of those were taxis, the last checker, cap world off the line in Kalamazoo on July twelfth nineteen eighty two jumping ahead this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy five a film directed by Steven Spielberg made people on the beaches all over the world afraid to go in the water, the film jaws opens in theaters telling the story of a great white, shark that terrorizes a New England resort town, it became an instant blockbuster, and the highest grossing film in movie, history, until it was bested by nineteen seventy seven's Star Wars jaws was nominated for an Academy Award in the best picture category and took home, three, Oscars for best film, editing. Best original score and best sound this week in one thousand nine hundred three the space shuttle challenger's launched in the space on its second mission aboard the shuttle was, Dr Sally ride became the first. The American woman to travel into space during the six day mission ride, and Astro physicist from Stanford University operated the shuttle's robot arm, which she helped design and this week in twenty eleven after sixteen years on the run from law enforcement, James Whitey, Bulger a violent Boston mob boss is arrested in Santa Monica, California. The eighty one year old Bolger one of the FBI's ten most wanted fugitives was arrested with his longtime companion at the time of his twenty eleven arrest. There was a two million dollar reward for information leading to Bolger's capture the largest amount ever offered by the agency for a domestic fugitive. That's your look back at this week in history. Now,.
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"Five former Michigan Catholic priests have been charged with sexual abuse. The charges came as part of the state attorney general's ongoing investigation into decades of clergy abuse, the preserve in Detroit Lansing, and Kalamazoo four of them were arrested this week and a fifth awaits extradition from India.
"kalamazoo" Discussed on World Cafe
"So it I'm honored that he did it. I can tell you that while we're while we're down memory lane. I'm gonna play another attract that you've gifted us that you recorded live with the late house band is the song Jabu from. Nineteen seventy recorded in Kalamazoo Michigan. Tell me what you that was a good night. Good night in Kalamazoo. What made it a good night in Kalamazoo greet audience? Okay. Totally great audience. Tell me why you love playing the song Jabu or why why you wanted to send this one to ask out of out of anything. A it's a good song. He said modestly. But it is be a we absolutely have a blast with it. We never have done it the same twice and that is a miracle. And we have last we have a blast with it. Well, let's hear it. Here. We go. Do. On another town wheel. Dot com..
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Why Are Some Words Funny?
"In the nineteen seventy-five movie, the sunshine boys, an aging vaudeville, comedian explains a classic truism of comedy to his nephew the case. Sound is always funny. The comedian played by Walter Matthau said fifty seven years in this business. You learn a few things, you know, what words are funny. And which words are not funny. Alka seltzer is funny. You say alka seltzer. You get a laugh, Casey Stengel. That's a funny name. Robert Taylor is not funny. Cupcake is funny tomato is not funny. Cleveland is funny. Maryland is not funny. Then there's chicken chicken is funny. Pickle is funny. And it's true. If you need a place name for a punchline, you're guaranteed to kill with Kalamazoo, connected key or Rancho Cucamonga, but why psychology professor Chris Westbury at the university of Berta has a fascinating theory. And it's based on perhaps the two unfunny est words in the English language statistical, probability Westbury. Published a paper in October of two thousand eighteen in the journal of experimental psychology with a first rate title, Wrigley, squeaky, Lennox and boobs. What makes some words funny in his research? He started with the list of the five thousand English words rated funniest by real humans and constructed a working with medical model for predicting the laugh factor of nearly every word in the dictionary. When Westbury applied his model to a data set of forty five thousand five hundred and sixteen English words, it decided that these ten words were the funniest of all up Chuck bubbly Baath wriggly. Yes, giggle. Kuch Cafa puffball and gigli runners-up included squeaky flappy and bucco and the perennial favorites of every eight year old on the planet poop, puke and boobs on the other end of the spectrum the word found to be the absolute least funny was harassment. In his paper Westbury explains that philosophers have been trying to unravel the mystery of humor for millennia Plato and Aristotle we're big fans of humor seeing it mostly as a way of denigrating and feeling superior to others Casero introduced incongruity theory, a writing that the most common kind of joke is when we expect one thing and another is said in which case our own disappointed. Expectation makes us laugh while the incongruity theory of comedy makes perfect sense of even rainy tins. Find switcheroo tricks high. Larry's Westbury says that it's not a true scientific theory in the clearly not every incongruence event is as funny as another a random coughing fit in a crowded movie theater isn't nearly as comical as a random farting fit. I mean, just try to say random farting fit without smiling. So the goal of Westbury's modeling experiments was to go beyond philosophical theorising and come up with a truly quantifiable scale of funny to do it. Westbury analyst words. In two different ways by their meaning and by their form for the first analysis. The researchers looked at semantic predictors. That group words with similar meanings. Using a free tool developed by Google that identifies words that are commonly used for one another aka co occurrence Westbury mapped out the semantic relationships between two hundred and thirty four of the human picked funniest words from this correlation plot, the researchers identified six different clusters or categories of funny words, insult sex party animal bodily function and expletive. Now. This is where things get dangerously mathematical since many of the words on the human rated funny list fell into more than one category. Other researchers needed a more precise measurement of how a words being translated into comedy using the Google tool. They came up with lists of words most closely related to each of the six categories, then they came up with the average values for each of those word categories. Using something called linear regression analysis. Those average values for each category. You know, insult expedited cetera became known as category defining vectors. When looking specifically at meaning it turns out that the funniest words don't necessarily fall cleanly into the most categories, but are the words whose mathematical values are the closest on average to those six category defining vectors. Here's how Westbury summed it up in a press. Brief the average similarity of a words meaning to these six categories is itself, the best measure, we found of a words funniness, especially at the word also has strongly positive emotional connotations. But meaning is only one type of measurement Westbury and his team looked at the form of funny words, a things like word length or the individual sounds or phonemes that make up each word in the second analysis the data fit nicely with the incongruity theory of humor. It turns out that the fewer times a word or its phonemes appear in the language. The funnier we think they are that helps explain why there are so many K and use ounds in funny word lists. There's typically improbable where it's ending in L E. Like Waddell in wriggle or another source of funds suggesting as the study, put it repetition usually with diminutive aspect. So why are we laughing? Now, this is where things get really weird the human brain seems as running all of these complex mathematical models all the time without any of us knowing it as we watch TV and read and talk to people our brains are constantly parsing language for subtle semantic, cross-connections and statistical probabilities and the result, at least on this basic one word level is what we call humor Westbury said if asked which letter is more common p or be I think the average person would have no clue consciously, but unconsciously they are sensitive to that. And we know that because they're funding this judgments are reflecting. Exactly that kind of fine tuned calculation. In other words, said Westbury people are using emotions to do math. Westbury argues that all of this makes perfect sense. Abolution airily our brains had been hardwired over millions of years to identify anything that's out of the ordinary as a potential threat and human emotions, including humor likely developed as ways of responding to improbable events and environments Westbury summed it up people laugh based on how improbable the world is. Of course, it's a long conceptual leap from predicting the funniness level of individual words to modeling the comedic mechanics of knock knock joker salty Limerick. But whispers, work points the way, maybe someday we'll finally understand why that chicken crossed the road. One thing's clear, though, a frog wouldn't have been half as
"kalamazoo" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"And gold to the best performance of during the semi final round. This year's winner playing the grov movement of the sonata. Number two in a minor was a sixteen year old violinist from Seattle, Charlotte marks. Sixteen years old performed the movement of the box out number two in a minor. Here's an interview. I had with Charlotte about her Bach playing and about her going on to win the gold medal here at the Stolberg international string competition. We're speaking with Charlotte marks backstage after the finals of the Stolberg international string competition, two thousand eighteen and Charlotte. We were talking earlier about boss and your and your your blue grass roots, and folk music roots and how the boat technique in bluegrass tends to be sort of loose and more fluid and don't you think that helps spa. Yeah. I think one of the things that I think helps with ball is the idea of having pulse having a beat that's so central in folk music is just the the rhythm, the beat, and that's something that I feel like it's central embark, but it's something that's often underestimated and just keeping that rhythm in the pulse. I think it really helps help helps the peace come alive. Yeah, I think Vivaldi probably his his contemporary was probably even a little bit better with that. Thing really Connectik sense of how that works. And I just, I just found that you're buckling was so fluid and flexible. And I, I think that has to do with your bluegrass and folk roots. And so it will come to no surprise to anybody that you were the winner of the special BOK prize here at the still. And now we can make the big reveal that you were the gold medal winner as well. Oh, my God. What were you? What did you think your chances where I mean, for instance, when you were playing, did you say to yourself with this ause concerto tonight? Would you were you saying? Yeah, I totally nailed this. I saying I was saying, I mean, it's this level. Everybody's so incredible. It's just it's totally subjective, I think. And you know, honestly, as I was listening to, I when I was playing, I thought it was doing really well. And then when I came out in the audience, it was like, okay, this, this is over. Everybody is. So just incredible. I couldn't. You know when I, when the third place in second place for named, I was thinking, okay, there's no way because I had heard them and they were so incredible. I didn't. I had. I didn't even slightly expect it totally credible such an honour. Well, who is incredible to hear you in this context? We're used to having on from the top to kind of fun. And here you were total rockstar total diva. It was so beautiful to hear you play the and and also the ball, you know, just loved that short. We're so proud of you, congratulate thank you so much. So here is that gold medal performance by sixteen year old Charlotte marks. This is the third movement of the violin concerto. Number three in b minor opus sixty one by Camille. Sessile. The pianist is Andrea swan. Charlotte marks played third movement of the concerto. Number three in b minor by.
"kalamazoo" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"When we visit competition, it's always nice to get the perspective of one of the judges. We're speaking with Anthony Ross. The principal cellist with Minnesota orchestra, and he's here now as the judge. One of the judges of the still Berg competition here in Kalamazoo, and how appropriate is Toni may call you Tony? Absolutely. How procreate is that? Your career was really kicked off by a couple of early competition wins. You were medalist at the Tchaikovsky competition, but a couple of years before that you took first place as a teenager here at the Stober competition. What do you remember about that experience? Well, it was, you know, those competitions and these competitions are incredible moments for students in young professionals to look inside and really pull out the best of yourself. It's something that people asked me what was the level like when you played? And to be honest, I don't know because I was just so focusing on myself and becoming a better cellist better artists that you go out and play. And it's an incredible education tool for every contestant whether they make the semi-finals or not. I was gonna ask about that because you know my experience with competitions Clyburn at cetera, by impression was that I learned more and listened harder and worked harder at competitions than I ever did in school. Was that your experience? Exactly. And I remember when my teacher Indiana frit smog said in my sophomore year, it's time for you to competitions and I was like, oh, yeah, baby. I'm gonna practice hard now, and and I certainly did. It certainly was a tool. I did play this contest when I was sixteen years old three years earlier and didn't make made the finals but didn't get any wards. And. The funny story with that is that of course, I was, you know, a local here. I know we, we have that here. You are a winner at the stillbirth competition. Kalamazoo native and now coming back as judge right first time out age sixteen tell me right? And the first time I didn't get a prize, and one of the judges was Fritz Mogg who was going to be my teacher in college, which I didn't know yet, but he was also the teacher of my teachers here. And so as the contest ended, we had a little party at my teacher's house and Fritz Mogg was there, and my parents were invited and he told me to bring my cello because he was going to show me what my problems were. But before he did that, he set us down and the first thing he said to my parents is now let's discuss the lunacy of the judges. I like that. And you know, it wasn't lunacy at all. In fact, I wasn't said at all. I mean, I, I had no idea what the true level was, and I was sure that it was higher than what I had played and that I had worked to do so. There are three judges this year. In addition to you, Tony, there's violent Scott, Saint John and Aaron Dworkin founder of the sinks competition. So what are you looking for? What are you listening for and what? What sorts of things pop out about the first thing for me is, is I wanna be moved, I I wanna I wanna feel their emotion that they understand the emotion of the peace in that that if if the peace calls for me cry, wanna feel like I need to cry, I wanna feel I wanna hear their voice as as a great human voice. So they phrase in seeing those are probably my top two things you know, and the point of this is to reach people performing onstage. There's no other point to it unless you reach out to your audience and make them feel something special. And so that's what I'm looking for and as a cellist you must pay special attention to the winner of the BOK prize. Is that something that you all vote on or is that something that you. Kind of hold on dearly to in terms of your turf being cello suites? Well, not really because the violence, not as pretty good tell us we, it's really. Yeah, that's true. And they are really difficult..
"kalamazoo" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"Of music directed the Kalamazoo junior symphony for decades, and I'd unexpectedly or too soon in nineteen seventy four. And it was his family and friends and community members who literally gathered around Esther Stolberg kitchen table saying, how do we commemorate the life of this man? So they came up with the notion of a competition and they hoped at that point in time that it might last for five years. But Julius had extrordinary ties to the greater string community. And of course his work with string students. He was the violin professor was legendary here. So we're just so lucky that that legend lived on much beyond five years. That's just an amazing thing. So describe the process to me. You know how many kids apply every year. This year, we had an all time record broken. We received over two hundred applications. So each year it's been growing and I believe that there are a number of reasons, word of mouth, happy contestants, happy parents, extrordinary performances that come out of this plus the support of audiences. Here in the Kalamazoo community. A young person will apply anywhere between the middle of October to our February first deadline, and then those applications go through two rounds of screening here in Kalamazoo. It's an anonymous process. So if we take this year's numbers as an example, those two hundred applicants were whittled down to the twelve semi-finalists that we heard today. How is that even possible? I mean, you know, just, you know, the proof is in the pudding. Of course, the twelve that I heard today were more artists than competitors, I think. So. What is that process like? Do do you have a a hair-splitting moment, you know, getting them down from two hundred? Or is it fairly obvious? I mean the the lead. Level must be astronomical. At this point. I think the level is astronomical and I'm always grateful that I am not the person making those decisions are screeners who do remain anonymous. They are well versed in the literature and the profession in what the field is like. There are multiple screeners at each level. They listen very carefully. They proceed with great integrity. But as you can imagine, there are some really tough calls made at the end and when kids apply until how old can they be our rules call for them to be age nineteen or under as of January, first of the competition here. So the kids you work with are very much eligible to appear on from the top. As a matter of fact, this year there's a large overlap, yes, there is a huge overlap, and I think that's what brought us together. We've noticed that overlap over the years that alumni from the top also end up being alumni of the Stalberg. It's a wonderful connection. And of course the missions are so similar to this while we've had a wonderful, you've had a wonderful legacy on from the top with all the kids that we always send a shout out to the Stolberg for for your support and the knowledge of this great, great talent. So thanks for talking with me and best of luck with this year's competition. Well, thank you and long live. Our mutual admiration society. After I talked with Margaret, those twelve semifinalists were winnowed down to six finalists. And finally to the three medallists you're going to hear on today's show. First up is the outstanding violinist who won the bronze eighteen year old Maya Angelou Buchanan from Chicago with Elizabeth Demio at the piano mile will perform the finale allegro Asai Ivanka from Erich Korngold violin concerto in d. New. Angelique Buchanan eighteen years old and her bronze winning performance. The finale of the violin concerto in d opus, thirty five by Erich Korngold at this year's Stalberg international string competition. The pianist with Elizabeth Demeo. By the way, Maya rather impressively also won the first prize in the two thousand seventeen Chicago Symphony Orchestra, young artists competition after she played the Korngold in the final round of the Stalberg competition, we sat down for a short chat. I, you know, first of all, I just want to hear about this instrument that you're playing on. Tell us well, I haven't on loan for three years from the stratovarius society. It's Adele, Jay. Sue made in seventeen twenty nine or seventeen thirty, something like that..
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"kalamazoo" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Was fun to watch that and who's on the streets of Kalamazoo. Smiling, waving, to the crowd They were like look at her looking at the old ladies giving them the finger Born, to be wild yeah That's one thing that was, missing from that there was. There was no Steppenwolf guy I would add that soundtrack was pretty quickly what's on your bucket list running anything tattoo tattoo. Yet Couple of piercings, but? No tattoo tattoo figure it this way what's. The first thing somebody says to you. And you get a tattoo now they say they're gonna look like when you're sixty two us right That problem Right it's going to be pristine till the till the end. Of time why not live to one hundred? And, seventy. Yeah man what's it gonna look like with your husband, and. Seven Gary what about you on the? Bucket list we might have all, pretty lame but I think the biggest one I just. Want to I want to visit a like a Hollywood premiere for like a. Marvel movie I knew it has Oh my. God I wanna go to one man they look fun and here on the. Red carpet has Garrett Is one hundred per year old Garrett villain Forty and fold everybody at the end. Of his life He's, the red Kirby here and we're looking at cars. Batman one hundred and fifty to. One hundred and fifty second Batman movie starring Michael Keaton. He was one hundred and forty eight Thank God they. Found the you forty five years ago We still have Michael Keaton. As Batman. And Gary able to fulfill his bucket list Fantastic Radio on news, talk eight fifty, ga you empty. Al Monitoring,.
Father charged in connection with 7-year-old daughter's death on I-94
"While father has been arrested and charged in an incident that left his seventy year, old daughter dad last month forty seven Old Wilbert Thomas expected to be arraigned, tomorrow after his daughter was struck and killed along ninety. Four near Inkster on July thirteenth now police say crashed. A stolen van into a. Disabled vehicle on the shoulder on the girl. Got out to look for help she was struck and killed by another driver. Police say Thomas was under the influence of alcohol and marijuana. At, the time he's facing a longer list of charges including second, degree murder second degree child abuse involuntary manslaughter along with substance abuse the Wayne County prosecutor's office has not yet decided if the woman driver who struck the girl will be facing charges,
"kalamazoo" Discussed on TechStuff
"Not end well for mr pace as for gibson big changes continued to happen at that company around that time gibson shut down its historic kalamazoo michigan manufacturing facility the home of gibson shifted from kalamazoo to nashville tennessee it had a second manufacturing facility there and that became the new headquarters for gibson the new owners of the company were david berryman gary as brow sqi and henry just quits more on them in just a second but first let's take another quick break to thank our sponsor sixteen million new collar jobs will be created by twenty twenty four to help fill them ibm's new education model gives high school students workplace experience and an associate's degree ninety p tech's schools are already preparing graduates for tomorrow's stem careers let's put smart to work out how at ibm dot com slash p tech gibson's new owners bought the company for the princely sum of five million dollars consider for a moment that some gibson guitars have been auctioned off for near a million dollars each now granted those are guitars that were played by famous musicians like eric clapton but still it's tough to think of a company that sold premium guitars for thousands of dollars a guitar selling for five million dollars at self in addition to gives them the three new business owners would lead the way to acquire the flat iron mandolin company out of bozeman montana in nineteen seven and turn it into a new manufacturing plant for gibson acoustic guitars and other instruments in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine things were looking up the gibson name was returning to a revered spot in the world of music people were starting to forgive the.
"kalamazoo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You did not need montmorency and kalamazoo rachel yes licking we know i was kind of counting on your teammate to do that can i ask you the organizers want this to be over in a hurry tell me what your guest sheets i've never heard of it before well my my uh in the woman in the position in this position on the other team was new north carolina coach she's from north carolina i know this because i am from ohio okay so you're from ohio so what's your yes so i'm not saying i'm gonna go with ohio you should have taken yourself to re queues wisconsin ohio is correct you did not need pick away defiance ashta beulah or cuyohoga am i saying those right mr ohio okay you didn't say montgomery which is where onth no i in dayton inaugural who way the way you speak ohio is you convince everything into onesyllable for example the name of the state is pronounced ha i'm from hot right and the capital of the state is kale you mps i'm clumps hot so it's actually looking coun barry that goes a long back to the game yellow y e l l county oh that would be someplace where the towns are far apart montana the two yellow and hear from yell just just yell out of jail to yell at is erred is there some they'll text the guy yeah well we'll go with texts texas.
"kalamazoo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Like whenever popped up on any kind of pop culture spectrum people for kalamazoo owned it and loved it uh because it has this funny weird mystical sounding namely even our our town slogan is yes there really is a kalamazoo aside alive two defensive like we get it you don't think we're real but trust us it's a real place i assure you as i could preparation for a conspiracy theorist i think it is i feel like it's one of those details what i tell people in from kalamazoo they're like oh that's a fake name but they're gonna let's real it's like oh but this is the world we don't trust anything anymore if it sounds fake it it it might just be so you had that sounds like a really good childhood in kalamazoo in your personas on a daily show and now on your show the opposition you play somebody who you know is on the daily show with some towns like the clueless white guy and on the opposition you're like the rightwing conspiracy white guy a lot of comics some thinking more of stand up comics here really dwell on the things that make them nervous or neurotic they keep them awake at night that make them feel insecure that scare them um and that doesn't seem to be where comedy comes from in your life the man i think as a human i have all of these emotions that i think like uh as i build this character like i do play this character who is who is confident who has cocky who doesn't understand these blind spots who has this privilege uh but wants to be the victim in the center of attention and i do think for me where i find humanity in a character like that i very much connect to i i often think like the fear that i have inside that i hold onto that i i try to bring into this character as well is like i like everybody else i'm afraid that i am not smart enough i am afraid that i am not kind enough and i think when when i look at these characters would maybe more on the fringe or who i disagree with um with ideologically are the things that they're pushing and i try to find like what really is going on right there to why you pushing so hard against this anti intellectualism why are you so angry and say i think i.
"kalamazoo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Look have in kalamazoo michigan describing neighborhood we moved run it except in times in kalamazoo so i had a bunch of different neighborhoods i lived in west niche hill which like this beautiful quiet little uh hill area i lived near calne who caused were ended up going to school which is just this a very small school of 1200 people i will walk out uh walk out my back dorm and go to a park where all the kids on the block would go and play basketball we played basketball in the somers all day we come back we had played tech mobile my parents basement gone play basketball again like it was a pretty classic middle america kind of upbringing in a town that was uh really supportive of me and cut of uh and still has been but i have i have a lot of love for kalamazoo my family still there and i go back a by flat and he said this is a really stupid question that when fast growing up wedding new about kalamazoo was this song the glenn miller recording i got a girl in kalamazoo i gotta gallic l magneti out in encounter as a yeah yeah yeah so um um did that did that recording kind of stay with you is with was that popular in kalamazoo hadas head of the people have kalamazoo feel about that record i i think as a kid any reference to kalamazoo felt special so i knew about that song i can't say was big into the glenn miller era swing music when i was twelve but i knew that there was a song and reference kalamazoo that made us cool i think a cleveland creedence clearwater revival referenced kalamazoo and a song as well that made me feel very cool.
"kalamazoo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Have in kalamazoo michigan to scabby neighborhood we build roddick seven times in kalamazoo so i had a bunch of different neighborhoods i lived in west niche hell which like this beautiful quite little hill area i lived near calne who college were ended up going to school which is just this a very small school of 1200 people i will walk out uh walk out my back dorm and go to a park where all the kids on the block would go and play basketball we played basketball in the somers all daily comeback we'd play tech mobile my parents basement go out and play basketball again like it was a pretty classic middle america kind of upbringing and a town that was a really supportive of me and cut of uh and still has been but i have a lot of love for kalamazoo my family still there and i go back a go back latte and he said this is a really stupid question but when i was growing up wanting new about kalamazoo was this song the glenn miller recording i got a girl in kalamazoo i gotta gallic l mcgown encounter yeah yeah yeah so um um did that the that recording kind of stay with you with was that popular in kalamazoo like how does how do the people have kalamazoo feel about that record i i think as a kid any reference to kalamazoo felt special so i knew about that saw i can't say with big into glenn miller era swing music when i was twelve but i knew that there was a song and reference kalamazoo that made us cool i think a cleveland creedence clearwater revival referenced kalamazoo at a song as well that made me feel very cool.
"kalamazoo" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Delicious food in kalamazoo where were you could gather smell the ecstasy all right bag you have a good day urban roadway i would never have thought anybody would ever say that shaha jose guy good morning bill show they should bring back go arc shadow what is that all where they thought oh god cia baffertbacked them the fabric of these i am i've never heard of a show called dark xiang yeah galaxy will go at it all right i'm going to be sure and do that jose jose day glad you called levy hey rich actually the talking about bringing back a new version of this show with the same actor but this show that you think it should bring back in its original form night writer yes hassle halves targeted by doing it again then solely is on somebody else to like kevin heart and seventy for the movie like there's somebody else they were talking to you today the rock i think you are in the rock yeah there's a whole in any role than the rock will do it the voice of kit all right beattie rich autograph a thank you have a great day i judge hey good morning john j the old she'll they should bring back and play in its original form which wendy vang tier cheers chairs handheld that's a good show i would like getting like did you like the cheers with shelly law or would nonnational it was showing off sally lally longer kirstie alley which tears i liked them i mean isn't it on that but i mean i've even you can put in guatemala that's what i mean they're both good i mean of airbus guide yeah you're right all right thanks says have a good day eight do uh i sonia i i would you want to say about gillan gilligan's island andrew cried at why black and white the beginning i knew it was i am color too yeah i learn collar and fired it in black white i was gonna say how do we know what colored shirt if it was in black who made it to the first that it was like the wizard of oz it started in color very like when they're on their boat crusoe's black and white and then they got to the island it was color award okay i think they.
"kalamazoo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"To a who's in kalamazoo michigan and they make sure they were afraid of the brain drain that they had a lot of young people are leaving going to school somewhere else so they came up with a way if you went to kalamazoo public schools were if you stayed in michigan and you spent time in michigan that they would pay for education it's the kalamazoo promised but where did they get the money they went out to private businesses and they sat down and they said hey would you be willing to rights and brad so the kalamazoo promise exists in perpetuity for every student at gozo kalamazoo could you do that here in seattle you could because there's private businesses out there that don't wanna brain drain there's private businesses and public businesses out there that report to the stock market and they want to make sure that students get the education that they need and that they're smart and whether it's coding or anything else there is a real concern about there being a brain drain it's one of the reasons why amazon right now is looking for hq to and they want to make sure that they're around the population that is very educated like we are here in seattle so anyway blaming visits is so stupid why don't you mike why don't you partner with business and why don't why why don't you and if you need twenty or twentyfive or 24 would a in i don't think 24 million dollars is going to take away the tense the derek rvs it's not big business brawl it's the heroin epidemic and it's the problem that we are to nice to people we offer too many services that they dole war they don't want the services they wanted do heroin and they wanna live on the side of the expressway they just do let's check the cars now with tracy taylor.
"kalamazoo" Discussed on WLAC
"Aircon kalamazoo in the new bet gonna give my hair cut his studio due to show live from kalamazoo albert must be on his way to parade for heads and pens by the way prides pens tonight in nashville you wanna watch a series that's actually entertaining put on game four the stanley cup final tonight can't wait to watch that game albert says i want to slap eric with a damn catfish about the drive off the road taylor vanderbilt says would want to seek late travis with a high top fade casey race as huge katie fan but i'm interested you getting this haircut now rob schwartz police quit letting eric in kalamazoo on it so uncomfortable here is no nothing us get swatted attila says man if the cavs comeback you're going to go with an eric special shaved head with a bronze number crave tanya ed there is no doubt at all about that are i i tease we came in to get to this now what advice would you give o'brien because i think we have moved from an interesting perspective here from abroad versus michael jordan to i think a lot of people who've watch this series so far are saying what i'm saying the cavs have no hope of winning this series against the warriors assuming that the warriors are all going to come back next year which it appears that they are next year's warriors team is also going to be dominant we'll be talking about the warriors trying to win their third title in four years and frankly or braun maybe the height of his career is always going to become be back from a three one deficit but i don't think he's going to add very many additional spots on his resume most of his most of his performance is already and abroad now thirty two he will turn thirty three next year i don't care how much hgh is due takes at some point in time his body is not going to be able to do what he is doing now he's going to go downhill bright father time is undefeated as ridiculous of an athletic specimen as lebron james is as whatever drug cocktail he's taking dig take his talents to be absolute apex of eventually that's going.