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"langham" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

03:17 min | Last month

"langham" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"Who don't know langham hospitality. I'm can you give us a quick overview. I've read a few different numbers. How many hotels you have presumably. That's sort of a recent period of growth cycle hotels and some of the world's greatest cities. Can you paint a little picture in terms of scale venues. How many people you employ many women you have locations stuff letta langham Group has to brands. That are basically you that we operate the first one brand originating in the From langham london up in eighteen sixty five was the first car hotel in in europe. Actually with other unique features and then when our ownership group here the great idiot group of hong kong acquired. Not only that hotel. But at one point in time decided to that brand basic. Hopefully little bit raffles has done to take another example. Where you take one brand expanded or one hotel expand to brand around We have nets where the difference comes in operation. We have about twenty four hotels than there are some pre-opening In construction stage were operating another brand. Which is to curtis brand that the is a little bit position differently. Which is what we would call approachable luxury though in the five star segment but more competing with the grandkids. The continentals were langham competes with the mandarin oriental peninsulas to four seasons to luxury the top luxury sent from a positionings perspective We're an owner operator so a lot of the hotels that were operating pretty much. All of the hotels deteriorating especially outside of china and the group owns and yeah and starting from oakland in the far west over to sydney melbourne lot of locations in mainland china hong kong or opening up in jakarta in july this year onto london to continuing over to north america where we are in boston new york chicago. La and ending in san francisco. Mazing a pretty It's pretty awesome. It have you been to all of them. Have i been to. All of them have been to almost all of them. Put it that way. There are some some trips that were scheduled in debt. Were unfortunately not able to be completed. I haven't been to our hotel in oakland. And i'm not sure whether i will be able to go into new zealand in two thousand and twenty one which is a pity. Because that's one of the things that i would. I'd much forward to Few places a couple of places in china were have been impressive. That you've been a huge amount because you've been in the role that long. How long out on the radio three years. You must have done a lotta traveling threes. I've done a lot of traveling. But as i said you know the last year so basically i had to do the travel in a year and a half it lower year and a half because that's when interest.

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"langham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:01 min | 2 months ago

"langham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Archives. You can go to new sound Start or go, or you could just use any Web browser type in new sounds. 43 49, You'll get this show. Taken from a sound check podcast session that we did with the Irish band Langham. Back in early March of 2020 and Yeah, just another time. Another world. Let's get back to it. So we started with a little bit of your version of the Wild Rover. And and Cormack. You know, that's a thrice familiar song. But you know you before view of kind of stretched it out, and there's a long kind of Almost cinematic droning instrumental ending to it said it came to crap together surprisingly quickly, and then a lot of work is that John Studio as well, of course with sport. Who is inside? Yes, behind the behind the control board. Next to Margai. Ed Haber takes two people to get the sound, apparently just so because it isn't just the four instruments. I mean on the album, especially it seems like there's a lot of You know, production, their petals that are being used all that sort of thing. It sounds Dara like you said Over the course of several albums that you've been sort of fine tuning this sound world think was both and when, when sport came into the mix Well, I think was kind of like a perfect marriage between like he'd have the kind of technical know how to get this kind of sounds that we would have had in her head, maybe for the two previous albums. So it so it is kind of technical knowledge and kind of uncreative import. Actually, we kind of managed to get Sound that we have on this latest album, right? So did the four of you all grow up listening to folk music, or did you come to it? Cormac is saying yes not. Yes. Yeah. Lynch Brothers. Yes, we would have a lot of thinking and family parities, like just all sorts of songs that maybe some Eyelids and traditional stuff, but mixed in with, like Pop songs from the fifties and sixties and that kind of stuff. On there. And then Carmen Radio would've grown up Marin it We're not going to strictly traditional kind of background. Really? So so ready. A lot of this stuff is familiar to you. Well, I grew up playing trad tunes. Because my my sisters and my parents I'll play as well. So was really that I was sent down Listen to albums. It was just like a little was just playing with Don't think Karma had a similar experience where you're just going and playing with people, Same ages. You and People of all ages like to plan and sessions racial think anything right? Um, yeah, the session traditions that wonderful. I went to a session in a little town outside of Limerick once called Castle Connell it just in a pub, and it was just like Passed the guitar around and everybody contributes. Your song is a wonderful way of making music, but also of passing down songs. Yeah, definitely. It's very comforting atmosphere. Something I think, Theo Yeah. Something we all love kind of going back to as well. It's also going to have the four of his meth. Really yes, sessions. But it's This is not a comforting atmosphere that you create. I mean, it's rather the opposite. Like him seems to be kind of unsettling. You know that seems to be part of the point is like you may think you know these songs. What do you really Because a lot of these songs have a dark side. I mean, they're murder stories or ghost stories or lost love. Very few of them are really happy. So But there is a track on the album called Bear Creek, which is instrumental in which is kind of You know, it's a dance number. It's the closest to a dance number s. So is this a little streak of light in the gloom on on the record on live Long day? Yeah, This is like a prison. Bit of a contrast. Human gloom. Silver lining Right back down, right? Well, it works for me. The band. Langham is here in our new sound studio playing live for us. Let's hear their version on this. This actually is More American music. Yeah, this is an American old time, champ. Yeah. S O Bear Creek is the name of it once again, the band Langham. Hmm. That's right. I think that would be Once again. The band Lincoln Live here in our studio with version of Bear Creek, which appears on their most recent album, The Live Long Day. That's Ian, That's actually two tunes. And isn't it a medley to sue tunes? Yeah, Yeah, okay. Both of them from the old timey American songbook. How did you guys learn them? Well, I think I am so myself and karma could have. Ah, any interest in old time music for the last? I don't know how many years go a few years anyway, just slightly fascinated by it. But comics more kind of in that world because he plays fiddle. Yeah. But it isn't it Cormac kind of difficult, difficult to kind of separate the two sides of the Atlantic. It is it is it, especially if you grew up learning some very specific things. You have to just suspend what you would usually do like, especially ornamentation wise on Boeing wise. It was Very difficult together. Boeing's any kind of point where actually sat in because it s so counterintuitive Swing wise, but a lot of the songs A lot of our songs, including a lot of our old time music has its roots in Ireland, Scotland, England anyway, so you know that there's a kind of shared Nana. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. So on dowry. You started that with with the cello bow did Yeah. Guitar. So you're your drone contribution came in the piece. That is actually the least throw anything wrong? Yeah, in the set list there somehow. What is it about? The drone. I mean, what's the magic of the drone? I love I think it really draws you in. You know, it's a kind of, you know, drawn based music. It's almost like it just blocks every single other thing. You know, it's existing on all these different frequencies and just no room. Front announced to get in there, so it's a very meditative kind of.

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"langham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:45 min | 2 months ago

"langham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That is the band Langham live here in our studio with a version of the folk song Katie cruel, which you will find on their most recent album, The Live Long Day. Let me introduce you to the members of the Quartet, beginning going from left to right. Ian Lynch on ill in pipes and vocals and welcome to the show. Ready, Pete, who is just now climbing off the floor and back into her seat to seek man after playing harmonium, the little pump organ on Katie cruel Um Cormack McDermott to playing the fiddle, also doing vocals. Sarah Lynch and brother You kind of took that song off, Didn't you? For the most part Assange for about three seconds? Yeah, but that's your you play the guitar, which alone of these instruments? Is not a great drone instrument. Know about the all time I would play with the cello bow to get a drone over. Really? Okay. Now ready? I understand that this version of Katie cruel was originally done for films that right and yes, so we don't have the current Dalton version of the three of us, and I loved it. We got asked to do a soundtrack for a fella who was gonna be a short film set in post apocalyptic Ireland. And but it wasn't done. Yes, they kind of put the correct for the horse. Maybe in the last two soundtrack first, So we just imagined to our post apocalyptic island might sound like And that was part of us. Well, now that that is the sound world that this band seems to inhabit, you know, you seem to go for the mysterious the dark. The You know the ambient side of the folk music tradition. Ian, is that something that the four of you kind of consciously decided to do? No, I think it's something that I am kind of just developed very naturally over the years, you know, we kind of had elements of it, you know, from very early on, and I suppose it was just one aspect of the band that we kind of just Like we were allowed to kind of magnify and just followed a trajectory. Which broads too? Yeah, that come into sounds were making No, you know, so was like, I'm just kind of a folk band that's beginning or did you start it? I would not be surprised at all. If you told me you started as a dew metal band or a post punk band before getting into this stuff was always elements of different drone. Things going on with organs and Constantine is and stuff like that, But it It's kind of year. We've kind of gone more for that as each other than that we've made has gone on. That would have been the original would mean singing a lot more kind of like Fast paced ballads and stuff like that, Right? So how do you know now, when a song is lanky, my Zobel you know you have so much to choose. I mean, Katie cruel. Although its roots are in Scotland is known as an American folk song. You've got all this stuff from the British Isles. You don't seem to do too much. Get you know the Sean knows that the Irish language stuff But a Zafar is English language stuff goes. You have Thousands of songs. So how do you choose? Um, it depends on the song like I think, usually just like someone will just bring a song That's being interesting them that they've been saying, maybe maybe themselves. It's only then doing it, but you figure out like is it doesn't work on us like this. It's back and interesting. Everybody else does this, you know There's no system for her. We find there where we picked him. It just has to be like good and off. Basically on this edition of new sounds were revisiting a live in studio appearance by the Irish band Langham. Originally recorded for our sound check Podcast series, but broadcasting it now, here on new sounds, lots more live music to come. So stay with us. I'm John Schaefer. And you're listening to new sounds in.

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"langham" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:13 min | 7 months ago

"langham" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Does. Nothing takes days from closing, called the new Most Minnows commercial parody movie Must Musica even to reset Ericka Langham exit does nothing I say is pompous Cinco. What can I get you something? And that was that was my jail. Bail. Set your bail today. I'm in a new place is, um, no days and when a new face because you ever really mad when you tell them to back off, he want to slack off ain't no more calls You got to do with me and carol G. We let them rats throughout the one up on us because they let in the max or don't see, let alone a lot. So much for my daughter..

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"langham" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"langham" Discussed on KGO 810

"To reach a deal on the wall big night for the sag awards. I'm Evan Haning. Acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, tells federal employees who worked without pay for more than five weeks, the paychecks are on their way and on CBS space. The nation Mulvaney was asking President Trump was prepared for another government shutdown if he didn't get enough Monday funding for a border wall. He said, yeah, I think he actually is keep in mind. He's willing to do whatever it takes to secure the border. He does take this very seriously one option. Trump has mentioned is declaring a national emergency Republican Senator ROY blunt tells Fox News Sunday that's a route. He hopes the president won't take. I think it's a bad precedent? I hope the president doesn't have to go there. If we'll do our job he won't even have to consider going there. Three weeks. From now, California Senator Kamala Harris, formerly kicked off her presidential campaign in Oakland, promising to fight for the largest middle class tax cut in a generation Harris says Democrats can reverse. Trump administration tax cuts for the top one percent to pay for it. I'm running to fight for an America where the economy works for working people. For in America where you only have one job to pay the bills. There was history made and a few surprises at the Screen Actors Guild award in Los Angeles. It's not just a comic book movie anymore. Young gifted and black Black Panther wins. The big award at the twenty fifth annual sag awards outstanding cast in a motion picture beating out the likes of a star is born in bohemian rhapsody Rami Malik, by the way, took the top male movie actor honor for his role as Queen frontman, Freddie. Mercury and bohemian rhapsody, Glenn Close best female actor in a motion picture for the wife. I mean, I'm still kind of astounded by Emily blunt, a quiet place. Mahershala Ali green book both received supporting role trophies backstage at the saiga wards. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. Rachel Brosnahan won outstanding performance by female actor in a comedy series. For the marvelous, MRs Mazel, I'm Evan Haning. You're listening to Maureen Langham. With lying in just a moment. Dr Lee airtime, I'm very excited to have a chat with Lee today on K GIO assistant,.

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"langham" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"langham" Discussed on KGO 810

"To, Maureen Langham, generation Langenhangen with enriching burns tonight We're going to get to. Trump regarding just a moment we just. Were talking some this up we were talking about school and When from the mass shooting another crazy shooting and what I want to wrap this up, with is I was saying that I was running by my old high school Parsippany, Redskins which are now the. Parsippany redhawks hawks and I wasn't, heard redhawks are very. Offended and they went to use the restroom and, the school was opened the kids were doing car washes didn't have a car I gave. Them a donation and inside the stall no joke inside. The bathroom stall in the girls from. Where I used to smoke cigarettes This is a. Sign inside inside, the stall remain. Calm remain. Quiet lock yourself in a stall pull your feet up higher than, the bottom of the stall I. Guess levitated wait for an. Announcement that the lockdown is over do not use your cell phone, this is what's happening used, to be don't smoke you'll get suspended now it's remained calm quiet in a stall levitated. Don't let your. Feet hang out you don't have the bottom is it wide open the bottom you could hell no I hear you I hit to dealing with us oh my God I, feel bad that's terrible that's terrible that you have to go to school and live, life and this is how. It is this is how it, is and doors thing. I did was I cut class with Ricky Abram. We went to get bagels the Baldwin bagel barn and one round the way back Mr. Bega bar and Mr. benefit, I I'm in the back, of the pickup truck is Ricky is sit in the front We're all bunch of kids in the back and he goes mislaying, what are you doing I one, a bagel because go in because I was a kid going to do that again Anyway it made me really sad? To do you know that that's terrible it's heartbreaking absolutely heartbreaking all. Right who said a? Trumper Gotti wanna play yes let's do this all right do we have any kind of jeopardy And, we have like. A ding. Or yeah he'll get that for us It's good. We prepared for this well we prepare for lobby at. This was. Prepared. You think though.

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"langham" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"langham" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Money in partnership with, Langham partnership they teach men and women how to teach the word of God they train pastors they trained. Pastors to pastor churches teach the word preach, the word make disciples that's what they do at Langham partnership we believe. It is worth. Your support and eighty. Dollar contribution trains one pastor, for one. Year places they may not only rigorously, scholarly program provides twelve months of mentor ship With. Local pastors connects them to local churches as they do the work of ministry we're asking for your. Eighty dollars contribution per pastor we. Need, to fund about oh I don't know maybe thirty. To thirty three more right now folks you've got to get on. The phones and. Help us do it before the, end of business, today we'll be, off the. Air after six PM eastern but before. We get there I'd like to say that we got funding for every one of the pastors some. Of whom will be starting their training this week in parts of Africa To, make, sure that they're, ready to pass through the churches to. Whom God is gifting them did you hear what I just said the churches to who God. Is gifting them pastors are. A gift to. The body of Christ just as the membership who sit in the congregation are. Gifts pastor God intends for? It to work together for. Good so that his purposes can be accomplished in the. Earth, if. You want to.

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"langham" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

09:43 min | 3 years ago

"langham" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Joining me live in studio Greg forty he's. The. Head of marketing for Langham partnership yes we're partnering with Langham today just as we did yesterday and we. Need your support in just a moment you will hear from Greg telling us what we've. Done and what we need to do here's the number that I want you to write down in. Us just as soon as you can eight, hundred six five four nine zero three four once, again. Six five four nine zero three four that's eight hundred number dial that. Number and. Make the very best donation you can we have. A suggested donation, level of eighty dollars you say? Darryl what does that eighty dollars do what we're doing is we're trying to make sure that we fund the bible. Training of a. Pastor for twelve months your eighty dollars Gift will allow us to do that through the efforts of Langham partnership here to. Give us more details with regard to how your donation works and why we need you. To get involved what our goals are for the afternoon Greg Forni Greg thanks for joining me in. Live in studio hey it's wonderful to be here and when I left Phoenix it was one, hundred. Seventeen degrees so the rain is appreciated and the cool weather is appreciated. And also. Just thankful to be here and be a part. Of advancing God's, kingdom around the world we've had? A couple gifts over the evening Ryan from new Boston supported pastor thank you Gary from west Bloomfield Dave from Plymouth. And laterally from Plymouth I, believe also wanted to, have passer so we've. Got thirteen and a half pastors our goal is fifty and again these pastors are. Lined up ready? To receive training next week and. So just encourage you listeners as you've been praying. About this as God leads just ask for you. To continue to to consider a gift to help support pastors absolutely so we need about thirty six and a half more pastors to get the job done to meet our goal ladies and gentlemen do you hear with Greg is telling us we need at least thirty six of you or at least a number of you. Who will, fund, up to thirty six pastors if you wanna. Find, more that's fine too but. We have to we have, to finance let me use that. Term because that's something that, we here in the west understand, you know what it means to finance a car you know what it means to finance a mortgage. You know what it means to finance and, education what we're talking, about here. Is providing, the money that helps, finance and education for the pastors Who will receive twelve months of. Extensive training and, mentor ship at the, hands of local churches. And pastors in their area they will be uniquely qualified to minister the people in. Their region and? We're talking about folks in Africa. And Asia are we not Greg we are and. For example next week Zimbabwe we've talked about has. Training in Liberia and so I try to look at this as a community to community outreach You know the the. Idea that you can be in Southfield or Plymouth or Detroit and you can reach across the miles and you could bring hope in Christ to our brothers and sisters and that's. Really what you're doing because this might be the only opportunity they have to receive God's word to hear God's word to to be able to advance the, gospel, and their neighborhoods and grow in Christ in it really really makes a huge difference I don't want anyone's is to glaze over as we start, talking about some of the details of what it is we are facing and the obstacles we are trying to surmount but just listen to this folks in the early nineteen hundreds nineteen tend to be particular only, twenty percent of the world's Christians lived outside the United States Canada, and western Europe only twenty percent by nineteen seventy. That number rose? To, forty three. Percent by twenty, ten that, number. Grew to fifty nine percent and it's. Estimated that by the year twenty twenty sixty six percent of the world's Christians Will be living outside of the United States Canada and western Europe so you can see the mission field is shifting but it is definitely growing and in parts of Asia the growth of the church is even two times faster, than the general population growth. The growth of the church is like wildfire that's good news indeed but I'll tell you what is not good news not enough trained pastors to preach and teach the uncompromised word. Of God what we're not talking about is people who get to make it up as they go along right take one or two scriptures take one or, two, chapters take a profit from the bible twist contorted the text create a doctrine that has nothing to do with a true biblical context biblical Herman, IDEX homily exegesis we're talking about training folks who will know the strictures of the vein Very very uncompromised word of God and how to teach that uncompromised word in a way that grows up, the body of Christ where they are in a fashion that will please the Lord that will teach the word, had the word rightly divided do you understand what I'm, saying, do you understand. What I'm trying to communicate here we don't just, need people who are imagining they know what the bible, says we're talking about training people to teach exactly what the bible says and Langham. Partnership has been doing that for years as. A matter of fact. It was founded by a man of very well, known well respected the illusion John Stott Greg talk a little bit about. John Stott and why he did this John Stott did this because per perhaps among his other, attributes? Is probably his best attribute is listening and so he. Would travel around the world when he didn't. Have to, eat traveled to rural villages in Africa and Asia and he would teach. In these churches and he. Really was interested in a global church and time after time the feedback Back to him was please help us trainer pastors please, help us provide biblical resources. Books that we need and so? At that time John Stott forfeited his book royalties? And helped fund the training of passers the training of scholars and providing books. And that's his legacy and so yeah we're just that's how we were founded that's how we started in a really. Wasn't intended to be starting, a organization that's now reaching one hundred thirty nations there's really the act of one man, faithful, to God listening to God and and responding and this is what's. Happened and folks what has happened is something that allows you to participate in a ministry that has. Been going since nineteen sixty nine that is you can take an eighty dollar contribution provide the bible written materials and twelve, months of intensive classroom training so that people who do not otherwise have the time to go away to a, theological seminary To get trained to be trained in some place apart from where they live and where they are going to minister train them right. Where they live give them great resources with which to. Work connect them to partner, churches and ministers in their area mentor them for twelve months give them intensive bible training and then turn them, loose into those communities. To build, the, kingdom of God in the part of. The vineyard where God has planted them what's that worth to you eight hundred six five four nine zero three four. Online at faith talk Detroit dot com click the banner, on the page it had second, Timothy two to project on it you'll see it there on the faith talk Detroit page click it make that eighty dollar contribution perhaps you and a friend. Or to, want to get in on this together and you say we'll know I am forty dollars Darrell I have a friend whom I can partner with who can give another forty dollars a will that help Yes it will because you will fund one passers education for one year and that's what we're asking you to do it is so necessary for, the word of God to be, properly inculcated imparted read understood and then given, out that's another way to say it but we don't, want people who will mishandle, the word teaching people what, they think the bible says we want people to know what the word of God says we want them to know how to exit the. Text we want them to? Know how to teach, the scriptures and share, the love of Christ, share the word of. God put the word of God. Into action not only in their lives but in. The lives of those who hear them, and thereby grow. The kingdom of God here in the. Earth folks eight hundred six five four nine zero three four is the number you dial to, help us get it done once again. Eight hundred six five four nine zero three four just a couple of other points of information for you I mentioned the fact that in Asia the. Growth of the church taking place two times faster than. The growth of the general population that's an incredible phenomenon the center of the global church. Thing about this center of the global church today we talked about, by twenty twenty sixty six, percent of those who are the world's Christians living outside the United States Canada and western Europe will every day folks. Think about this the center of the global church is actually Africa. Africa the gospel growing like wildfire on the African continent. We need trained pastors on the African continent everyday. Thousand start new lives in Christ on the African continent In, parts,.

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"langham" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"langham" Discussed on KGO 810

"You're listening to maureen langham okay i'm maureen you're hanging with lying in here on this sunday night thanks for joining me on resist a thon resist a is coming to the bay area restore democracy by defeating the trump led republican political agenda tomorrow july ninth through july fifteenth san francisco resistance groups number of groups about seven of them are hosting a week long resistant to celebrate the fortythree democratic wins since november two thousand and sixteen to end but even more importantly to recruit train and mobilize activists so we can bring a blue wave to the two thousand eighteen midterm elections now i have to tell you i've been giving shout outs here every week you know we love to have a little respite on sunday night that's my goal is to sit back back have a glass of wine beer as long as you're not driving tap let's just let loose of all the steam and just be ridiculous and silly i like that i also like you know look i was a political reporter some people don't know that because i tend to laugh lot so they don't think how could she have covered politics but i did and we had gotten so polarizing what these and i like white men but these screaming republican white guys and i just wanted to respite from all of it but no longer can we have a respite and i've been giving shout outs on the air telling you if i can do something to help you to help the community to help what you're doing to affect change change change not to vent we can then but what are we going to do on the venting so i was thrilled when peter conaway contacted me he's the district captain of sister district project which i have no idea what that is but i know his part of the resistance and i know he's behind this resisted thon coming to the bay area so thank you for being with me peter great to be here well let's talk about this i don't know what district captain of the sisters district project is so why don't we start with that and then move into what the resistant on it all right we'll start with sister district project so sister district project is a grassroots effort to take resources and energy and enthusiasm from blue states and focus on strategic winnable state legislative races and so it's a long term effort it was founded by four lawyers here in the bay area three of which have quit their jobs and that's what they're doing right now and they have created an organization with twenty five thousand volunteers there's twelve hundred of us in san francisco and district captain all that means is you know myself and my wife stepped up and said we want to do something all right so i want to be clear on what you're doing so you go to blue states and help get them turned you want to get all the people mobilize in the blue states to effect change so what we do is we look for strategic races that can help either flip or make progress in a state legislative race and we work with that campaign so the campaign directs us on what they want us to do we do typical kind of get out the vote activities so things like making phone calls for them were sending texts or maybe writing postcards or even knocking on doors if they want to do a mainly a big thing is small donations so who like what areas have you worked with this like as it just california is a national so that so sister distric project is national and san francisco the chapter we have here last year we focused on virginia there was racism in florida in washington but we focused on racism racism we we had fourteen races in the virginia state legislature we won thirteen of those races the one we lost by one vote remember that one know one vote.

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"langham" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"langham" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The day he died january january twelfth nineteen o three he went to the race track in san francisco and only two two favorites one day out of six races he may have lost money but the people he was with with that they said he was in good spirits he was probably was going to be the player manager of the detroit tigers and he was looking forward to that he was going to be the coach at the university of michigan he was talking about signing players the tigers he's looking for spring training sites everything was great that day he came back to san francisco when they got finished at the racetrack and the team was playing at the langham hotel but for some reason mercer left the langham and he went about twelve blocks away from their inside the hotel called the occidental hotel and use the name george murray and it was either also adelphia or philadelphia street and he signed in that evening and then later that night he was found in his hotel room and there was a twelve foot hose connected to the guests fixture in the ceiling lead and it was leaving the hose in the host was in his mouth and the newspaper said that the host was clenched between his teeth and his vest and his topcoat were over top of him and he was found dead in in the room and there were three suicide letters there and there was a a suicide note and when i saw the contents of the suicide letters a little suspicious to me and the one letter was to his fiancee in east liverpool martha porter and women was a smart guy and he he was a prolific writer but he had a more rough hewn edge to his writing he didn't write in the purple prose of that day he was more like a direct and to the point of a letter he sent or whoever sent to the fiance was written like a poet it was just so much flowery talking there that was really uncharacteristic of his writing then there was another one that was sent was there for the his business partner in the cross country tour and this man's name was norris tip o'neill yet the letter was addressed to morris and there was.

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"langham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"langham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The threes brought to us this time by the langham boston and he good news nicole davis not much jaffa heft i hate to say a downtown boston that liber connector both directions just at a crawl at this point the lower deck of 93 seems to back about the college are so at this point that's a fluctuating delay looks like right now the leverett connector in as tough as i mentioned on the inbound side storrow eastbound not much better getting over toward the connector that's back to kenmore we had a crash on that underpass getting onto the connector outbound that's longgone now keep in mind both sides of the ted williams still very heavy in both directions of i had mentioned the summer in the kellyanne getting pretty busy as well trying to compensate and the pike eastbound is slow from boston university straight over toward 93 let's head north of town check out route one with kristin that can them off reinsurance out there the goal reward dortha is hung up for before sergeant street up delivery that earlier crash about does sergeant street is indeed gone and then after that good if i'd onagain offagain slowdowns for of red around essex street the saugus heading up toward the linfield subtle kristen aca the ball frei insurance prompter an earlier crash we had a 128's southbound multi vehicles involving a truck out there right by salem street that's now cleared and it looks like we still have very heavy residual delays back to ninety five and the curiosity delays from that back to reach three unfortunately still in place south of town the expressway south not much running room all nine miles next report four 33 wbz's traffic on the 3s boston's best sunday city brunch isn't the line boston enjoy interactive culinary station brian lara and live jazz it's a wonderful occasion to share with friends or the whole family sundays in cathay flurry at the langham boston langham hotels dot com slash.

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"langham" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"langham" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"New as soon as too world war were super bowl stooping when we come back we'll talk the don was about his success producing albums for artists such as the rolling stones and bonnie raitt and what it's like to go from musician producer to record label president that's an admitted on sound opinions from wbz chicago and prix admitted trouble in malwai michel thomas though fifty thousand dollars this along story we won't give him but this is a show about your trouble is called the travel with shedding case subscribe on apple podcast or wherever you listen to these days this wbz podcast is supported by the she wants spa the wellness retreat on the fourth floor of the langham chicago on the chicago river one block of michigan avenue offering langham hotel in spa gift cards appropriate for gifting and appreciation occasions learn more at langham hotels dot com slash chicago donald nam nam nam nam nam nam the man welcome back to sound opinions i'm greg cut with jim you regard us and that's a song called thing called loved by binding rate from a 1989 album nick of time this week we're talking to the producer of that record don laws done was the basest in the detroit band was not was but a lot of people know him for his role as a producer he's worked with a lot of major artists in his career cling people like bob dylan the rolling stones the b 52s plenty more but i want to focus on that bonnie raitt period in particular because her story is so unique she was in a tough time in her career win now dons are working whether she had been one of the most revered artists of the 70s that singersongwriter era she was a noted interpreter of songs from the blues and folk for knack healer great guitar player but she was kind of lost at sea in the 80s for good part of it she lost her label deal now she was looking for our next move alone behold she records nick of time with don was and.

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"langham" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"langham" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"His day on grethe three placed powerful nation got all her winds around choo turns wanted up to a mile and three six teens so this also has all the tools to go to turns but he's go as shoddy record atbat distance in this point all in greeted stakes his quality is really the question against this group to analyse more of those questions for you about upcoming races this weekend let's now get you over to peter with tournament talk thanks for tuning in this week on out of the gate thomas vana out back with you on out of the gate coming to you from the langham hotel in pasadena not too far from the beautiful santa anita we're all have the pleasure of attending the races this weekend while attending the races were while watching the racist from your home there's no better place to follow long than d r f tournaments dear of tournaments with some exciting new inventory justannounced in addition to running qualifiers for the strong group ultimate betting challenge dr if t of just announced a deal with keeneland to run qualifiers for the keeneland grade 1 gamble the grade 1 gamble one of the most popular live bankroll cod test out there folks flock from around the country to the lexington oval to enjoy a prize pool that is known for being not particularly topheavy unlike many contest event lot of players like that it's to go and win prizes even if you run a little bit lower down in the money check out the r f tournaments now for the specifics of those events we've just passed this crazy flurry of activity between the pegasus cod test the world championship of handicapping and some big contest out in last las vegas last weekend i attended now our attention turns to the spring and these other live bank contests specifically this one happening coast to coast the ultimate betting challenge happening at both santa anita gulf stream that's going to be on sunday march eleven slotting in in the day right after the worst blair world series the h p w s another event that you can qualify for right now on the earth tournaments and i expect a lot of people to be doing something along the lines of arriving in vegas mid week playing in the three days at the worst player world series and then uh taking.

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"langham" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"langham" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Season they still have a number of other playmakers yohomor has a nice burst a nice acceleration to him at the tail back spot they've got cager they've got langham urban the untied ends going to have to have a big game tonight but you know for them to win this game i've already mentioned it a couple of times that the turnover chains going to have to come out in three or four times and i think moley grows year it's going to have to have a game of his life because he's going to see a defensive line tonight that could start for a lotta nfl teams david how important with all of that being said our let's say the first ten it's all of this put ballgame tonight particularly for the miami hurricanes arctic that's a great question cabin it may be the best question coming into this game can miami get off to a fire faststart you know a lot of their record a lot of their successes this year has been built on enthusiasm energy a defense that attacking downhill we tie we we hear a lot about tailbacks and running games are downhill this is a downhill defense they take some chances they're going to have to take some chances tonight they're going to have to keep kelly bryant in the pocket can they make him a passer can they make kelly bryant pass the ball tonight to beat them and the first ten minutes of the game i think is very critical ladders david norrie he's got the call with bill brzezinski paul karkeh ketari coming up i'm kevin went you don't forget goal get a wing gulf featuring mike gola contrary wing go that is your burst kids should respond to the conference playoff committee rankings were there unveiled tomorrow the first chance for the week.

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"langham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"langham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is brought to you by the langham boston to the roads we go to jim ryan still seeing some heavy slowdowns are 93 northbound starting right before 495 heading up to work at once shannon macmillan southbound back to pelham street heading for that work crew at one ten 495 northbound is heavy and slow now with a pocket of congestion just after one eleven lebanon box borrow approaching route two we're looking at a good ride on route 3 that's fine one tornado is also clear the downtown ride looking good the deck is fine getting reports of a breakdown on the outbound side of the tobin and there's a lane taken either direction of the tobin the sumner checks out okay tell him a little bit slow at the exit bear with a lane taken as you make your way towards the exit ted williams tunnel is clear the mass pike is looking good east and westbound has seeing some heavy delays on the lower into route 3 south 228 down to work at fifty three 95 north and south slow approaching work at 295 24 is looking good and so is the lower end of one 28 next report at twelve thirty three on wbz's traffic cvs someday i want shot at this guy was still this thing then cis los angeles naval criminal investigative service and know their mission cox onto fine we need to go into combat no in order to capable of running at a time no no it's gonna look for this one there is no book for this don't miss cis los angeles via sunday or stream it live or on demand boston traffic and weather together the fourday wbz accuweather forecast brought to you by camp appliances is accu weather meteorologist berry berbekic a change will amount.

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"langham" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"langham" Discussed on WDRC

"With srn sforza signed rhonda rocks drew a washington beat chicago this afternoon 6'3 so they tie the series up at a game apiece in in the night game the nightcap that is if the la a l a los angeles dodgers right now leading the arizona diamondbacks seven five it's the bottom of the seventh in college football it was alabama beating texas ain't him twenty seven nineteen number two clemson be wade forest twenty eight fourteen biggest up seed of the season so far unranked die was stage stunned number three oklhoma thirty eight thirty one number four penn state be northwestern thirty one seven fifthranked georgia over vanderbilt 45 five fourteen california playing at washington this evening in the late game it was michigan state fourteen seventhranked michigan 10 and tcu beat west virginia thirty one 24 horned frogs only unbeaten team in the big 12 this is srn sports badgers beat the cornhuskers 38 seventeen tenthranked ohio state over maryland 62 to fourteen buck eyes holding the turfs to only sixty six yards in total offense washington state 33 oregon ten auburn beat mississippi 44 23 was miami 24 twenty over florida state down by three leak rosier drove miami 75 yards and nine plays and in throws a 23 yard touchdown pass to darryl langham with just six seconds left for the win southern cal beat oregon state 38 10 was virginia tech 17th threeover boston and lsu beat florida twenty one sixteen notre dame over north carolina thirty three ten in hockey new jersey beat colorado washington over montreal detroit beats ottawa toronto over the rangers pittsburgh beach nashville carolina over minnesota new york islanders beat buffalo florida beach tampa bay st louis beach dallas chicago beach columbus and vegas beats arizona this is srn sports.

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"langham" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"langham" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Let's go down to jack miami but jack and forty nine to go in the game right now hurricane firmly in control at this point thirty eight thirteen well he grows year where they are career careerhigh three touchdowns uh seventeen of twenty eight for two hundred seventeen yards trump for a fouryear auditor darrell langham and then a fiveyard or lawrence cager and india 22 you order depression berrios all right in the third quarter over on the other side for to cook men uh larry brent twenty to thirty five for two hundred twelve yards and then on the ground michael jones uh eight russia's for twenty five yards and he's also had a oneyard touchdown run on the ground mark walk through the change with a pair of touchdowns as role a fiveyard or and a one you order i believe i'm sorry six charter five daughter and six shutter eleven forty nine to go here in the fourth quarter by our top thirty eight thirteen talking thank you very much jack and penn state putting the finishing touches on a fifty to nothing lead ride now two minutes left in happy valley and right now just the clock ticking away and this one was over a long long ago it's continues to be a crazy one between maryland in texas the terms have taken a 10point lead forty four thirty four was seven and a half minutes left in that one and they have lost their starting quarterback terrell pig arm who got hurt early or late third with left with the knee in dream noncontact injury you never good right now the terp slow holding up without a also today illinois holds off ball staved as eight fifty four yard field goal attempt with no time left to go for the tie for the cardinals is blocks of the fighting a line i hold on to win twenty four to twenty do one let's head.

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