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"kevin park" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"AH, chef known for his popular South Street Soul Food restaurant, will be honored in Philadelphia here is killing abuse that Oscar's Nets Council President Kennedy Johnson was closed with chef Kevin Parker and knew firsthand his philanthropy and advocacy for the Black and LGBTQ communities in Philadelphia. So when he proposed a resolution to ceremoniously rename the block where Parker's famous soul food restaurant stands, it passed unanimously. City Council will be naming the 1300 block of South Street after Kevin Parker honoring his life and legacy died last month. But Johnson says the street renaming, which will happen when it's safe to do so is a way to make sure this beloved Philly chef is not for gotten. We want for all the young people and people who visit South Street people come from out of town that when they look up at their fine and they see Kevin Park away, they begin to inquire about who is Kevin Parker. What was this young man about? And that also will go Toward carrying on his life and his legacy would ask Cousin it. Okay, wait. W news radio Facebook will show less political content to some users. Joel Joan Elle Saltzman, senior reporter for Tech website, CNET, explains why Facebook has come under fierce criticism for inflaming political divisions and allowing political misinformation to course through its massive social network. Is it a Nelson? The test, Facebook said political posts makeup on Lee about 6% of what people see in their news feed. But it acknowledged even a small percentage of political content can impact. Someone's overall experience attest to run in Canada, Brazil and Indonesia this week. The U. S following in the coming weeks. Time for money news on cable TV. Let's go live to Bloomberg say. Good afternoon, Joan Dunker. Michelle. Apparently, we still think they're great. Kellogg's frosted Flakes the cereal makers having trouble keeping them on the shelves..
"kevin park" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"From the capital that day. And all right, Tim Women is with us live at 602. Surprising admission from the president. That story is coming up after traffic and weather on the Jews at 602 sample over in the cave. Whatever you traffic center. Good morning, Sam. Good morning to you, Carol. It's a good drive heading in on all major highways and the good news is everything is open. We had occasional closures of 95 north bound of Betsy Ross Bridge with some overnight construction. Cleared out of the way and all lanes are open South a 95 year broad street, more construction cleared and in Delaware County South and 95 comment. Barry Bridge, We had the right lane closed. They cleared that out of the way about 45 minutes ago. So 95 not bad volume already building as you travel towards center city, but nothing major. Same on the Scougall Expressway. It's just fine King of Prussia East on and in the ongoing construction Weston this kugel expressed by the university 30 Street. One way and only gets by till further notice with that couple of other things, Telford. We talked about this last time. It is an accident in the downtown area. Main Street is now blocked between Ridge Avenue. When we reach road, it's a serious accident. Also a fuel spill. So a lot of equipment, including fire on the scene, upper marrying this current clear an accident that's been out there for about an hour. Kevin Park Drive at County Line West of Warner Road that is now off to the side. Looking good on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. We go to New Jersey. It's a good ride to north on the 42 Freeway open across any of the Delaware River Bridges were clear for now. Mass transit on or close to schedule from the P. J. Fitzpatrick Home Improvement 24 hour traffic Center for your homes, windows, siding, rooves doors and baths trust PJ dot com I'm Sam Clover. Now, the five day forecast with NBC 11th alert meteorologist Bill Henley. Plenty of sunshine in the coming days and a warming trend to now we need that trend this morning. It is cold temperatures in the twenties this morning will warm through the thirties and two near 40 degrees at lunchtime, Bright sunshine today and a high of 44. This afternoon. Clear tonight. Another cold night 28 the low Wednesday morning, mostly sunny skies up to 46 Wednesday afternoon, even warmer chapters ahead for Thursday and Friday. Partly sunny Thursday High of 50 and a little bit breezy on Friday, but that's a warm breeze. Ah, Hyah! 54 after morning low of 32 Friday night, however, some rain showers move in. That will continue into Saturday morning by Saturday afternoon. We're drying out with some breaks of sunshine and a high of 44 degrees. I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Bill Henley with your most accurate forecast. Count on a clear and cold 29 degrees heading to 44 on this Tuesday at 605, House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy says President Trump admitted that he is partially to blame for the riots of the capital last week. The House today is.
"kevin park" Discussed on KOMO
"Washington set a new daily record again confirming 2589 new cases of covert 19. Several of these new cases are connected to the Josephine caring community in Stanwood. 99 cases have been reported there and according to the health department, the cases they're evenly split between patients of the center's nursing home and its staff members. It's the second significant outbreak for the facility and the source of it is believed to be a visitor. Snohomish County Health officer Dr Chris Spitter says the number of covert 19 patients and local hospitals has doubled over the last week. Now 50 quoting him here. If we don't turn this around, beginning immediately than that, 50 will become 100, then that's definitely where the hospital system is going to be in big trouble. That means we're all in big trouble, too. This is real, and it's happening before our very eyes and it's preventable. Brian Calvert colonias. More than half of all Koba deaths in our state of connected a long term care facilities, including nursing homes and the American Health Care Association and National Center for assisted Living, are calling on Congress to provide another pandemic relief. Billa's facilities run short on PPE and exhausted caregivers, burnout. Kevin Park, it's and president of the H C. A says after seven weeks of declining cases in nursing homes through mid September, things took a turn for the worst in just about every state health care heroes are doing everything they can working seven days a week, sometimes double shifts all hours of the night to keep it out. But if the public isn't responsible if people won't wear mask and people want socially distance We just can't win this fine. Nearly 1400 residents and staff members have died for from covert 19 connected to assisted care, family care homes and nursing home facilities in Washington. New cover The restrictions taking effect today on indoor dining at restaurants across the state restaurants across the region, many laying off workers, since many places will be going to take out only the Seattle restaurant alliance has. That model does not work for everyone. Seattle Restaurant Ray's boathouse and Kathy announcing they will close their doors until at least February. As we continue to see the science based data, it doesn't make sense to subject your team to this environment and guest two possible outbreaks and as they limited to outdoor dining room. Only that was kind of.
"kevin park" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"If you can't say anything good. Don't say anything at all right. Ah, Wei, call Jody Yes. Yeah. I'm sorry about the Penn State alarm. Yes, only for them. Blue and white is good. They've got a great agricultural school that makes great ice cream up there. So you know they're they're great. All right. Hey, it's 2020. We've had a miserable year. Yeah, I mean, I missed my hot afternoon watching the Diamondbacks play whoever But this is the 100th anniversary of the only unassisted triple play in World Series history. And you know that But get this Jody Mac. It actually happened on a Sunday in October in Game five. And Ah, Tomorrow is Game five of the World Series on a Sunday in October. Ah, exactly 100 years and a couple of days, But we got leap year in there so you can forgive my poetic license. But here we go. It's the Dodgers and being a Dodger fan. I hope the Dodgers don't repeat what they did in 1920 do it in 2020. Okay, You know the the guy that wrote the glory of his times. He did an interview with Bill WAM scans. I think that's how you pronounce his name. And basically, if if you could go and listen through the interview, he tape recorded most of these old timers and that's the book. As You read the book. You can hear their voices in your mind. I Basically The Dodgers led off single single And then a screamer toward second base By Clarence Mitchell. UAM's Ganz snags it Chick second turns and tags the guy out Now there's pictures if you can see it with their pictures or not from stills, But they took the frames from a newsreel from 1920. You can see warms Ganz tag and the guy is standing there. Stupefied. Like what? So anyway, Dodgers don't blow this Europe three to go up. 31 made Game five. Your absolution. There you go, John. I gotta run. Good thing about the point you make on your anniversary of that play, the most it can ever be is tied. Unassisted triple play, and there's a reason why it hasn't happened in 100 years. It's his rare is it is, but there are all sorts of records being set in this postseason. I'll discuss that when we come back. It's And I give back and small credit who were doing the game on marketing on TV in there. It's newsworthy. You've got to do it if that's party of broadcast. I would be a little bit more forthcoming with opinion on it, even in the game. They don't because they wanted just to stand alone as if so I'm now great accomplishment, but it's not all that great accomplishment. I'll explain when we get back. Ah, 855 to 124227 Kevin Park's Mike, Hang in there, I'll get you guys promise when we come back. Plenty of time to get a ton. More calls on a Saturday night get together here on CBS Sports Radio George Mack quit DEA time for the latest CBS Sports Update. With my man, Mike McCann. Sports flash. All right, Jody game for the World Series history being written.
"kevin park" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Sacramento. It's 5 30. It's Kikui News. I'm terrorist. Siler. Voters in the city of Santa Clara are choosing four members of the City Council in this election and one of the city's highest profile businesses is getting involved in those contests in a very big way. That business is the San Francisco 40 Niners football team, which, despite its name has played at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara. Since 2014 Kikuchi, Silicon Valley reporter a bundle a moody is here to tell us more about this. An oddity. How much money of Niners investing in these city Council campaigns? Well, money is the name of the game with Santa Clara City Council race. Jed York, the owner of the 40. Niners has put $3 million towards campaigns that either oppose or support certain candidates. Now the police officer's association's pack has put a little more than $11,000 towards campaigns. To back their candidates of choice, But it pales in comparison to York's three million so $3 million is quite a bit of money to spend on local city Council elections. What is what's York's angle? And why is he getting involved? Well, his opponents say he's trying to buy seats in turn Santa Clara into a quote Yorkville and some believe that if he helps his candidates of choice, win a council seat, they may vote favorably for him and the 40 Niners when they're in power, Santa Clary City Council and the 40 Niners have been fighting over Levi Stadium for years. Whether it's over curfews or parking or anything in between the city set up an independent stadium authority to operate the facility. And they've become very independent. In recent years. They've terminated the Niners ability to manage nonfootball events last year, But I spoke to a candidate who Yorkis supporting Kevin Park, who said he was surprised to see York supporting his campaign when Park himself opposed the 40 Niners. Moving to Santa Clara Park says he won't be influenced by York despite the big money that's going towards getting him elected into office. And race is also a factor in this campaign. The mayor of Santa Clara has endorsed to incumbents and two candidates for open seats, and they are all white. Yes, and most of the candidates York is supporting our people of color, which would be a change to Santa Clara's mostly White City Council. I mean, we're talking about a city that's on Lee 40% White. That being said, We'll have to see what happens if the candidates York supports get elected and how they act in office. If they get there, Okay. Thanks so much Adity. Thanks for having me That's even Mahmudiyah reporter with cuties Silicon Valley desk. South Bay. Congresswoman Zo Lofgren, who chairs the US House Administration committee that oversees voting rights, says the Republican led Senate has failed to protect the 2020 election from foreign interference. The Justice Department announced yesterday that both Iran and Russia have obtained some Americans Voter registration information. Dallas Wolf Lee has more in a statement, Lofgren said the announcement is quote deeply troubling, but entirely predictable. And points out that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has ignored three bills from Congress that would provide election administrators with tools to safeguard local elections. She says it's time for the Senate to prioritize protecting the American people from malicious foreign actors. U. S officials yesterday linked Iran to a flurry of emails sent to Democratic voters in battleground states aimed at intimidating them into voting for President Trump. I'm Alice will flee And the Oakland Fire Department says multiple crews are responding to a vegetation fire along westbound 5 80 at 35th Avenue in Oakland..
"kevin park" Discussed on Broken Record
"In the thirteen years since Kevin Park I posted Tame Impala Musica my space. He's gone from being a member of Perth Australia. Sacred seen two huge Chela headlining act and the states in the process. He developed the best of both worlds. The respect of all your favorite artists and legions of fans sect every lyric and sound on his albums like most of his past releases. Kevin did everything on the newest tame impala album the slow rush himself all the singing plane production mixing everything he tells. Recruitment is how he's most comfortable creating alone but in the five years between his last record and the new one. He was busy collaborating with the weekend. Travis Scott Kanye West scissor and a bunch of other people have talked about wanting to work with to everyone from duly but Christine and the Queens Kevin connected recently with Rick on Zoom. It's been shelter in place back Australia. Ever since. The Corona virus interrupted his tore after two sold out nights at the forum away. You talked with rick about how being perceived as a band started eating away at an early and also asked about making two albums he loves California -CATION in uses this broken liner notes for the digital age. I'm Jason Richmond. Here's Rick Rubin and Kevin Parker and you might hear roosters crow in the background every once in awhile. Unfortunately sheltered in place sometimes means being surrounded by wild chicken. It's what was your introduction to music. What what are your first memories of listening to music? His Kid my dad was Kinda musician by hobby. I loved music loved Planned cover band just playing kind of Sixties Beach Boys Betas Rolling Stones covers and say he would always have the Senate guitars and stuff long on the house and in the end of the garage. I guess of Your Dad's music was the first your first memory of was of him playing music or of the music you listen to. Obviously we listen to it because he would. He would always have music playing in the car. In fact we because this is one song that I that I have this memory of always asking him to play and I remember there was every time I heard it was you know I must have been about four years old dad this song to this day. I don't know what that song is. It's hard break. Dad's still remember a pasta about ten years ago so So yeah I don't think I don't think he would have remembered that new either but it's Yeah. I have a feeling it's the shadows song. By the shadows randomly came across the song in life it would lightbulb. Would go there it is. It would probably trigger some sort of weird episode. You know wherever I wasn't probably just sort of stop breakdown in some way but at the same time. I think it might be a song that I know the moment by the shadows because I have a feeling it was instrumental and I know that it was really like touching and melancholic which which kind of points directly to the shadows and what was your first music. That was yours. Probably GonNa you our like. I would have been about eleven years old. My friend play means Yvonne because we were like the first kids in our class to get into music in like a girl in his house every Tuesday or something like that off to school and we'd like discover rock music. I was kind of it. Was like a piffling. Absolute REVOLUTION OF LA LA. Just like jumping around the room. That you know that that that whole that whole kind of discover that whole story which is probably everyone but Yeah I'm in Nevada and kind of just a a a a cascade of smashing pumpkins Silva anything with distorted guitars. Anything with drop-dead shooting but that was always the kind of part of that music. That was kind of it wasn't just like angsty was a kind of discovered the motion. It like smashing pumpkins next. Smashing Pumpkins has that that real that real kind of sensitivity to even though as like blaring wall of sound. You know what I mean delivery. I started started experimenting with making music. yeah well. My brother played drums. Sahin older brother or younger. Yeah he's two years old Sahan drum kit which I just thought it was incredible. I like says sort of you know. Just watch him and it was kind of. Wow so obviously I immediately wanted to copy him. We had this type Dick in the the music room which was. Kinda just ruined the house. Type Dick the microphone. Input Jones is like kind of like cassette Cassette decks and with some accordance Jack in the corner just has mapra phone and so we plugged a microphone into a and just recorded ourself playing drums just to sit down like and then we had this keyboard sitting in the rooms. Little Cashier GonNa thing and a one day. I was just playing along to myself playing drums with the I didn't even know how to play. Kyaw hitting random not sound like a nursery rhyme probably unnoticed in the room. There was a second cassette deck with the same thing so I stuck a mocking bird mocking. Did that and recorded myself to hitting these cays over the top me playing drums and listened to that type and it was made playing keyboard to my. It was may two things at once. Blew my mind. Lower lead stood have been eleven amazing. Yeah yeah the idea of starting to do it with the ideas of making it for other people to hear start. Well I mean like like every young teenage musician I had like grandiose dreams of being a brock star especially because my favorite band was silica and they were like fifteen sixteen and I was like twelve thirteen by that point. I was like I was like I couldn't like fifteen sixteen. That means I've got like two threes two threes. I can. I can still get to where they're they convey them. You know how young they were because they were such little kids for whatever reason whether it was because you know because that would like young Australian boys or because like they're kind of they would have been the symbol ahead spice in are the kind of like their approach to would have been in the same realm as Mon. How did you decide to end up being a solo artist as opposed to being in a bad? Well I always. I played in bands the whole time in high school like I was obsessed the idea of playing in bands but it also had the making music thing at home since before. I accidentally multi-track myself. That time I was playing in a band it was kind of this. Is Music School that I went to where they teach you. An instrument was drums and then every Saturday morning they get the kids from different instrument tuitions and put them and put them in bands so put me in the in the band so I wasn't abandoned. Eleven which I fucking loved. I could not why I could not why for Saturday morning to come around because it was like you know playing music with other kids was just this. Another mind blowing thing But I also but then so I better that better recording music by myself and the two worlds never really met like even even the Stott of Lifetime. Impala when was sort of like twenty one twenty two? We were playing songs that I'd written for us to play live and they were the ones. I was recording harm. That we even had on Moscow's it took a while for the two worlds to kind of converge if that makes sense because I just didn't know how I didn't know how to translate what I was kind of doing harm expressing on my on because music was like super kind of against against sensitive is the word and kind of nuanced and John Lewis but the music is making bands. That was music was more kind of like what we listen to a group. Like kind of more angsty like heavy kind of stuff at the time that you started making music with the idea of putting it up on my space. What would you say the influences? Where what we listening to By the been who hope to get to play which drags up that was around. The time now is super kind of obsessed sixties music. So I was kind of like the doors Jefferson airplane. I didn't have a lot of kind of like modern day. Audibles Just because of like that was the kind of Lost allies leading unlike as living in a house of the paper. We kinda just. We just permanently listened to seventy Constantly I mean. This is Banco Dongyan that I was super into still am to this diet. That's gives me goosebumps and it's funny because I listen and I can hear my first album all over. You know it's something. I didn't really notice at the time consciously but just like the. Yeah how'd you describe how the second album different from the first It was it was a hundred times more indulgent. Which is what I wanted. You know because I'd had this kind of like surge of confidence that I didn't have a previously prior Baker. Kinda shy stone kind of and I like the way you had a lot of a lot of success. The first album went on tours and all this kind of stuff and so I suddenly realized that. Be Kind of validated. My approach and my kind of like what I wanted to do. So I can say loner. Ism was kind of like Blind that wide open. How did the third album when that came? How is that different Well I mean the second still didn't fully know what I was doing kind of like I got Abelson and instead of just sort of it being the corner of my bedroom in show house that I made it for. The second album is like fuck.
"kevin park" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"I know songs and they both red. I tried to see him in central park once and it was a very sold out. It'll it'll make you cry a lot. Okay. Well, fuck I'm so excited. This is my favorite part of the show. Because now I get new music Demi we'll go next time you go to next since we're talking about a song that is in a way a break up song. But it's like a banger. I want to pick another like upbeat break-up song, and it's called Sharon by Melody's echo chamber. Melody's echo chamber is this French pop singer. She her first album she made when she was dating Kevin park from tame pollen he'd like produced it and really influence the sound of her ban that role. So it's like a psychedelic pop sort of thing, and he didn't produce this one. But I feel like I think this song is written about their break-up and how slowly dissolving. Yeah. S H I R. I am I think it's Hebrew for songs. Just. Yes. She's a French singer. Yeah. I don't I don't know why. It's a Hebrew name. But it's so great. And it totally just is a very good song that feels like if tame Impala made a pop song, but with her like, French vocals, and this very like, I dunno bouncy base behind it. It's great good everything. I like music ups. Well, not embarrass. I'm doing a song. I feel like everyone knows. But let it be again meal. I love the Beatles. No, you actually fucking Senator earlier you scum space song by. I'm sorry. That is a perfect truly closest unpublishable as this players could have. Have fucking to each house on this platelets. I mean, I are both big fans of each how. Live. I think any other bands. Like I wanna do Spacey song because it's a space on all right space song one of my favorite songs. The vibe when that song starts when the fucking. You're like that song all the time in cry. Because I just imagined is like a lullaby that you're seeing a child. You listen to I've not listened to much beach house dreamscapes hands our favorite beach house.
"kevin park" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Taylor CBS news update, get alone is the advice to furloughed federal workers who are running short of money from commerce secretary Wilbur Ross on CNBC the obligations that they would undertake Sayeh borrowing from the Bank or credit union or ineffective. Federally guaranteed. J? Thirty four of the partial shutdown house speaker Nancy Pelosi, we're very firm in our support on how we secure our borders. Let's have that discussion after we opened up government. And then let us get to work while she was speaking live on TV, President Trump aimed a tweet at her saying he won't cave on a border wall. This woman's husband is a furloughed federal worker with a message for all politicians involved has absolutely got to end because you're causing a lot of suffering. And regardless of what you believe in whether it's a wall, whether it's no wall people need your support CBS news update. I'm Steve kaffa. KCBS news time nine thirty two virgin, galactic and under armor. They're teaming up to develop space apparel and footwear for astronauts, engineers and fans, sir. Richard Branson, the founder of virgin group and Under Armour CEO, founder, Kevin plank. Join CBS this morning to discuss the partnership, a new outfit the most spectacular athletes in the world. Now, what are you going to do in terms of helping in terms of space space with a cool thing is Stacey? It's all the technology. We've had over twenty three years of the company being a business is something we get to apply now to something as real as space and watching this all come to life is something I think it's a dream for so many around the planet, and it's such a massive vision. So all the technologies that we're using. It's basically this kind of project that our team looks at and says, I can't believe we get to build and do something for space. So the cool thing is that everything that we're actually putting into the space suits it technologies. It's things that we already have or things are actually coming to market. So this is so aligned with what and who we are as a technical brand. So our Bill the technical space where partner for virgin galactic is such a cool opportunity. When I first came across under armor, I felt like it was already clothing from the future. So. So he's on brand. If you if you if you're going to space, it's time to be. You've got married you have your children. Now, the other thing you've got to remember is that day, you go to space, and it's very important. Therefore that you know, when you look in the mirror before you get to space you feel apart. Space the space suit is very important, and it needs to be needs to look good. It needs to be comfortable. It needs to be saved. And it's great working with Under Armour incredible team of people. Speaking of looking the part, you are training for the part where are you in that process of training to go to space? I'm not really happy with where where we're not. We do a challenge every year with my kids than we did two thousand kilometer bike bike ride in hike earlier this year. The end of last year. And now so keeping keeping up that fitness program. So my aim is to have a. By the. Space. Your age right now is what? And how do you feel? I'm approaching sixty nine. Honestly. I just wanna tennis when I'm feeling. Feeling good. I'm feeling great. I think. Yeah. I think if you if you look after yourself. Find the sort of an hour or two day to really look after yourself. Doesn't matter what age are you? Can you can actually get get your body to being very young? So how soon do you guys? See people in space, wearing an Under Armour outfit. This year this year. Yeah. Nineteen. I will go up. This year myself we've got another test flights in a handful of weeks taking place from the hobby, then we'll have another one a few weeks later than another one. And then we move everything to New Mexico, beautiful spaceport and Richard. When you say you want to go up where exactly are you going? So the the initial sites that we're doing we'll be we'll we'll put people into space. They'll be able to go up into space that three and a half thousand miles north north eight seconds. They'll be able to unbuckle we got the big windows in the spaceship. They'll float around the become an astronaut. I'm Ben they'll come back in the state in the same space ship. They've gone up in. Landa on the wheels of the spaceship that we sent them send them up into space. They'll come back. You know, one of the first. The first few hundred people astronauts in the last fifty years Senator you game for this. Kevin you going up. So they're six hundred people on the waiting list right now. You don't wanna cut? Kevin. You don't worry about the liars fair. We'll be right with it. But no, it's not other question. Again, the cool thing is I think as you're thinking about putting people in space, the what goes into that process as well. Richard talks about training for himself. But it's one of the other ways that we're partnering with the astronauts were putting together training programs for them often them to go to our own performance center in Portland, Oregon, he'll spend prep and getting ready to go into space. And when they do they can go up, and they can feel better. And that's one thing that I think is pretty neat that we're gonna be able to do from a technical standpoint. Put people in space for things have actually technologies available on the grounds. Like this sweater that I'm wearing right now. Yeah. Actually built within telling it, which gives you the ability to modify where you want to put different strands. So it's not like our cotton sweater or sweater. It's like it's built with rush technology, which allows you keeps your blood circulation keeps you moving. That's virgin group, Sir, Richard Branson. And Under Armour CEO Kevin park talking about their partnership aimed at developing clothing for space nine thirty seven KCBS, huge savings are here at.
"kevin park" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"I like, and then you just forget everybo-. This is the FOX tire business. Forget they subscribe. But by the way, I think that kind of a -ffective don't you? Maybe I don't think it will find that nuts. Yeah. Yeah. Bill. You have. I mean matching you've had discussions at some point or another of of membership bottles, the rare, I've not I mean, the idea of like, okay, it's like, you know, pay while ringer, but maybe it's like ringer plus a ringer membership. And you gotta get this list, and you get access to Kevin park, and that kind of stuff if you had those conversations it's spent about Kevin Clark access. Mark for for for ninety nine day. Kevin car. It's it's an all you can eat Kevin car. And that's now I mean, this is something you get. Did you get off plus? I think accidents subscribe to it. Yeah. Cough, yet does hic that or something else? Right. And I think I picked Gulf. Plus, I think so I've research is a couple of different times of my life. One was when I had my own website in Boston. And I was deciding did I want to spin off and dude on my own. The Boston Herald restrain hire me to put me behind a pay wall 'cause they were starting to pay while they're newspaper stuff or add a chance to ESPN potentially. And I really thought about the whole paywall model, and I kept coming back to the same issue. Which is that once you're walling people off, how do you get new people? How do people stumble across your stuff? And then I remember Glenn Beck. What was the Glenn Beck launched his option? Yeah. Well, there was no is even before that were like Glenn Beck unplugged. Whenever was and it did really well. Right. And then a few years later, the subs drop then part of the problem was that he couldn't get new people in. I think I can't. Figure out that fundamental issue of high. You raise awareness for stuff that people can't see I don't know how you do that for the ringer. Like, we just don't have the scale. I think you know, when you're talking about the New York Times and washed imposed and the New Yorker and places like that like they just have a shitload of content, and they have breaking news. And it's like if you care about media, and you care about information, you kind of feel like you have to subscribe to them. That's a really hard bridged a car. Like could we make this podcast as scripted in could do? Well, I don't know. But I know that out while off all the possible people who could potentially subscribe to it in U N Tagore's people, and there's all these elements to it that I think it's really hard to do unless you have just a ton of stuff. And that's why Netflix works then has a shitload. Nobody's like, wow. I just not get my money's worth that net. Flex like we go through. Flakes like Faulk or decide all these TV shows movies like Jesus would add I think that's how I think that's going to win. The New York Times has shitload stuff for what you get you know. But if they ever throw the daily behind it, we're in trouble. Brian. What did you think when you heard New Yorker commercials on Bill? That was an amazing moment media in new in new old media moment. Really underrated. Did you ever think you be all them commercials? We call them reads. Okay. Did you ever think you'd be doing a read for the New Yorker? I love the New Yorker. I know, but but that's kind of a moment. Right. The greatest moment BS podcast doing read for the New Yorker of the near the New Yorkers incredible location. We're doing another rebate. Now, really is it's it's been a huge part of my life. And I've read just incredible so many hours, but I mean sports straight on the other hand like I finally stopped getting it. And now it's for sale..
"kevin park" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"From the cross island. I'm Greg rice or an extra board at three fifty one on ten ten wins wins news time three forty to Hollywood and New York or both morning. A loss Bronx born actress comedian and director penny Marshall has died publicist saying Marshall passed away from complications from diabetes. Marshall, I became a huge star in the seventies sitcom, Laverne and Shirley. Can marry anyone I plead guilty. Am pleased that many people share then moved behind the camera directing blockbusters, including big in a league of their own. Most recently she'd pop up on TV shows here and there including Portland and the recent odd couple reboot penny Marshall was seventy-five. Correspondent Jason Nathanson. Reporting the troubles at city housing were the subject of a high profile visit to the city to face to face with housing secretary. Ben Carson to discuss the future of nights, he has gone out of his way to say local control is the best option. He said that in several conversations he reiterated again today, the feds may take over operation of the system. If no agreement is in place by the end of January, his honoured disgust, a multi pronged improvement plan congresswoman Nydia Velazquez reminded the secretary that there's been a lack of funds for too long this investment from the federal government has taken place to meeting occurred after Carson toward queens bridge houses for a firsthand look at issues there. Julia Papa ten ten wins. News an apology from Kevin park. To Candace GO for telling her to kill herself, the democratic state Senator from Brooklyn calls it. A poor choice of words after he fired off the tweet which came after g-o-v took to Twitter to accused Parker of misusing a Senate parking placard in Manhattan. G-o-v is a spokeswoman for the senate's Republican conference Parker deleted the tweet, but plenty of screen shots are already circulating. He later tweeted that suicide is not something that should be made light of incoming state Senate leader democrat Andrea Stewart cousins said she was disappointed by Parker's. Tweet wins news time three what if every time. You went out you could cash in now with the Capital One saver card. You earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment like their first taste of guacamole..
"kevin park" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Tax. We were talking about yesterday. The possibility of that. Well, maybe it's not going to happen after all the time. More about that. Coming up at six will right after traffic hit six oh, five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives. Or Jennifer your has got the very latest on the one ten starting early with a motorcycle crash here on the one ten north engage that Ryder is down metro express lanes on those two toll lanes. That's what's being reported here the backup now extends to century boulevard. So this is going to be a horrible. Dr are ready for that one ten. We do have injuries with this crashes. Well, if you want to use Broadway Figueroa holiday parallel the freeway nasty rejoin at slauson that will put you out of balk at the slowing. No doubt on the five in artesia that say Kevin park area. We have a stall on the number two lane second lane from the left. Thank you for the call on that. And then it's a little heavy there that are opens up get the LaSalle round the six five but not too bad on that northbound five yet big word yet. South. We do have a crash in the second lane from the left. It's kind of tough getting worth the one eighteen now real slow from victory now heading into this past also had an earlier crash guaranteed. Call on this. Thank you. Pans out of the seven ten at it is clear to the Senate of honor and right shoulder. But you got some slowing air coming out of the Long Beach harbor area on that northbound seven ten our next report is at six fifteen with more traffic reports more often, I'm Deborah for your can the spectrum twenty four hour traffic center can't extend seventy NewsRadio. Temps are going to be somewhere into the seventies. L later on today went out of the world thinks at fifteen to twenty five a little bit higher in some areas. Sunny skies today Rennell.
"kevin park" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Afternoons at three talk with six eighty. Show page on Facebook. The very top post from moment or two until somebody comments on something else. Is that the blow up of that viral photo of the poor immigrant mom and her kids with some of the anomalies that one might not have noticed unless it was blown up and actually captioned the cameraman posing people as if they're fleeing you have another kimberlin down there taking a picture of a group of people just kind of hanging out. So you have some strange things that have seen actually blown up full screen on your on your computer at home. Say wow. Viral video was sure manipulated right? This is this is propaganda techniques stuff. This is this is going back to the triumph of the will in the Germans before World War Two. I mean, it's pure propaganda. And we're supposed to believe it and not question it Kevin park. Fill us up next on talk radio. Six eighty WCBS. Jeff. I think something people just don't understand. And it's right there in front of their eyes fly mayor Pugh and logic. Coming say big on the immigration factor. If people really realized open society, the open society foundation is the United States headquarters is right here in Maryland. George Soros promised five hundred million dollars for any group or locality that would help resettlement of any illegal or legal refugees twenty seventeen after Trump was admitted, and if they paid attention the open society foundation of Baltimore is the groups that provide all grants for US for US emissions of the open society foundation. So they don't even understand the choice is funding the city so much. I, you know, these these legislature taking get so much money, and when Rawlings Blake I did she was going to bring in ten thousand new families and came in. That's was saying the same thing they were talking about bringing in probably twenty twenty thousand new families of Rockies, you'll eagles pretty much. We're gonna head to work down the aisle Tradepoint Atlantic. That was the idea are there continues to be the idea. And one thing that I wish this administration had done would've taken Jeff Sessions. Thanks be on board with the stuff. We'll see what the new attorney general does. I think these sanctuary cities a need to sanctuary jurisdictions. There needs to be a consequence for this. If you were going to decide you're simply not going to observe federal law. And you're the mayor or the county executive there should be a consequence of some form. Personally. I think the consequences should be fine. Go your own way. You don't get a dime of funding from the federal level as long as that's the case. But they've tried that once and it was pushed back, but I think a judge in the ninth circuit court surprise surprise. So I think they should find another way in going out again in those individuals were running sanctuary jurisdictions should understand well, balanced your budget without federal money is going to be very interesting process. Good luck to you. I don't I don't think the people of Maryland are vulgar involve receive Alva county understand it. Video could societies pushing their sanction at sanctuary council. I'll city and county more than more than they understand. And when you throw in the Bloomberg group down at the Hopkins, and this teapot of of like socialist organizations foreign money, we're just really we're just we're just a getaway. To just try experiments, and they're using Baltimore's experimental city. Nobody's putting together. And it is a fact open society foundation just held her twentieth. Anniversary down in Baltimore with a big extravaganza, Nevada and all we're at it. Well, it's very exciting for them to have their socialist experiment because they don't have to live in it. Kevin thanks for your call. Appreciate it. Four one zero WCBS six eighty is our telephone number, by the way, this interesting Email from Marty. And I think he's right is remittances make up eighty percent of the GDP of Honduras there the second largest source of income to the Mexican government. Why won't the house simply pass a law the taxes these remittances and earmarks the money for the wall and border security, whatever's leftover could be used to speed up the immigration process. I actually think that's a tremendous idea. I really do France for Texas some form not huge just enough. It'll pay for everything Bruce Elliott show on WCBS..
"kevin park" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Recalling his childhood parish in a rough neighborhood shrouded by power and violence Scorsese said that still today the world and even the church itself is marked by evil. How can we strengthen and guide the young and what they have to go through in life. How can the faith of a young woman or man survive in this master? How can we help the church in this endeavor for Sese asked the pope? Pope Francis said that one of the ways eve was manifested in the world as through cruelty, particularly the use of torture, which is the destruction of human dignity. The elderly must teach young people that cruelty is the wrong path by passing on the wisdom of weeping, and the gift of crying pope said even Jesus when he saw the failure of his people. He cried over. Jerusalem. The pope said cry don't be afraid to cry for these reasons we are human before this violence, this cruelty, this destruction of human dignity. Weeping, human and Christian. The pope said at asked for the grace of tears because crying softens the heart. It opens the heart. It is a source of federation cry. The US bishops will start twenty nineteen with a spiritual retreat to pray and reflect on the important matters facing the Catholic church set for January second through the eighth at in seminary near Chicago. The retreat was planned number response to pope Francis. Request to a delegation of US conference of Catholic bishops leaders during a meeting at the Vatican September thirteenth the meeting with the pope focused on the US bishops response to the winding clergy sex abuse crisis. Cabbage him Franciscan priest who serves as the preacher of the papal household. Walter wreck the ignition style retreat, the church's response to the sexual abuse. Crisis will also top the agenda for the bishop's fall general assembly in Baltimore. The twelfth through the fourteenth for more on this and other stories, there's a Catholic review dot org for the Catholic review. I'm Kevin parks. Do you want to know more about what's going on in.
"kevin park" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Cloudy with showers around overnight temperatures holding in the mid fifties later monday we begin cloudy but then decreasing clouds throughout the day high seventy eight shower thunderstorm at night more chances for some showers and thunderstorms throughout the week the full five day forecast coming up in just a few minutes how to improve philadelphia's low response rate to jury summonses panel is out with its report after more than a year of studying that issue from the long list of recommendations city hall bureau chief pat loeb tells us one stands out better education and outreach more engaging social media and a simpler summons form are among the changes the participation initiative thinks will make a difference commonplace president judge sheila would skipper says the courts will begin acting on those right away but she thinks the key recommendation we'll take legislative action wanted a major things that concerns yours is the the pay is still nine dollars a day the panel recommends other incentives such as transportation subsidies and tax credits for employers who pay workers while they would skipper says with up to forty two percent of those called for jury duty simply ignoring the summit it's time for action a fundamental purpose of justice system is a yuri of our peers in have many of our peers aren't coming that's problematic pat loeb kyw newsradio annual connect the lots some are campaign begins in camden later this week with organizers expecting their busiest summer yet david madden has the story so what's it all about well it's mostly meant to bring neighborhoods across camden together michigan mitchell twice president community initiatives for the cooper's ferry partnership which along with the city is putting this all together community driven initiative to activate kevin's parks and under your life basis so that's whether.
"kevin park" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Stands in the way m his voters stand in the way of the watering down of american values which includes america's borders which includes a rule of law and the includes the constitution itself we are openly inviting people who do not believe in the constitution to come into our country we are openly inviting people who believe in the supremacy of sharia law into our country and we are knocked promoting american greatness to them we are not inviting them in and hoping that they will assimilate are inviting them in and standing aside as they engage when politically correct policy becomes a vehicle for terror islamic or otherwise there should be universal agreement and that policy we should be reacting politically day every thing the left does because everything they do is political we need your react the everything they do as it is being politicised it's the only way people are gonna learn who they are it's the only way people are going to finally figure out that the reasons there are nervous an uncomfortable and it not at ease is because a particular way of thinking in this country found on the left and in the democrat party there should be universal agreement to end any policy that ends up becoming a vehicle for terror it'd be liked discovering and ingredient in a product linked to cancer or in ingredient in a product linked to any other illness you eliminated you take it off the market summit your fix it what you will certainly don't ignore it because you might offend a supplier you get rid of it people should be vetted as vigorously as what we consume is vetted mindlessly absorbing external poisons which is what we're doing isn't sustainable if our government was as concerned about importing terrorists as it is about americans consuming carcinogens we would all be a lot safer but all of this is another reason why donald trump was elected because majorities of people are fed up with what appears on the surface the b the dumbest and stupidest policies a country could have if its intent is to thrive and prosper here is dog in savannah i'm glad you waited sir you're next on the rush limbaugh program hi i've worked with an honor to speak with you after lifting pay of recorded kevin park year thank you sir thank you very much you're.
"kevin park" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"On that keep putting demi moore on the apex mountain question because rayon though this was he added nee dare for career unintentional combinator word here the nominees tom cruise swinging a baseball bat lexus off bubba drunk tom cruise is that unintentional it's funny to watch him pretend to be drunk 'cause is clearly never had a drink in his life yeah but like the here's what are we had during a game show thing i ninety randomly antisemitic colonel jessop jews sam weinberg lieutenant weber said nowhere like to slow antisemitism tournus against jess of more the only time kendrick laughs which we mentioned before there's this totally inappropriate blow job joke is one time he cracked smile kevin park asking why do you liked them so much enjoy galloway saying because they see fit well and they say nothing's going there isn't a none on my watch or kevin bacon leaving the hoops game or last but not least on amazon right now because i had to buy it to watch it it said few good man and then it said starring wolfgang voters say okay first billy i don't know if you pay for your neighbors are he hasn't this why is grace give it to him all right so my choices kevin bacon leaving the hoops game which i just can't believe what are they so these have stopped the game is dream life for me to walk into a pickup basketball game and shout date doctored the logbooks or whatever they get jack in order that love all those guys being like what the hell jack batman it's really slick little like half turn yes yes he hears it it may be answer he's just like allowing him out it's like the foot these training really really really great seen in the hallway shows like we're gonna do this and he's like no you're not because he knows that he's got me out here in the courtroom i have to go after these guys it's very good bacon so what you pick.
"kevin park" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"During the course of a game this weekend here was kevin barr talking about his reaction to the usa that me resulting fines mention talked to my wife and we we talked about what happened she was just as confused as i was of of the choice of words is not a it's not a word that i use ever it's something that is not even part of my vocabulary is something that i guess came out and like i said you know i'm going to do my best in turning this very awful situation is something good and um you know that starts now and that's what you want to see come out of all of this in this day and age is further to be acknowledgement of the wrong done in an understanding that only by acknowledging it can you move forward and be a part of changing something the one thing that becomes interesting is the level of sincerity you buy out of kevin poor when he says this is something that i don't say because listen being very frank about this is someone who's not that far removed from being and locker rooms this is a part of this goes back to win at any point in time when someone played this was unfortunately a word for a long time that was built into the quote unquote locker room talk just something that was used without an understanding of how hurtful can be and thankfully we live in a time now we're there's been aged lights shined on that and so you're slowly trying to change it this is the way you change it by the way of making sure that in instances that we've seen where it's been done very publicly you find you suspending you make it very clear that this is not going to be tolerated and you hope that has a trickledown effect into the locker room that guys would try and be more cognisant of those words and so again that goes into the sincerity of the statement that was subject kevin park also spoke on why this was so out of character for him i think a delegate job nudges since i've been here you know in my twenty eight years of of life in helmet hands raised me too to be a again person be respectful the kind of two things according to the way they're supposed.