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Trump Tells UN to Hold China Accountable for Coronavirus

CNBC's Fast Money

01:42 min | 1 d ago

Trump Tells UN to Hold China Accountable for Coronavirus

"The. Chinese government and the World Health Organization which is virtually controlled by China falsely declared that there was no evidence of human to human transmission. Later. They falsely said people without symptoms would not spread the disease the United Nations, but it's hold China accountable for their actions. Following, shortly after trump in in the program was President Xi Jinping who both the UN and Davos has long extolled the virtues of globalization and he said that is to blame. covid nineteen reminds us that we're living in an interconnected global village whether Coleman stake. All countries are closely connected on we share a common future. No country game from others, difficulties, or maintain stability by taking advantage of others trumpeters. Do. Countries also went toe to toe to the extent that you can and prerecorded barbs on climate president she extolled China's leadership position in the Paris. Agreement after the US had withdrawn president trump said even without being in that agreement, it has the best carbon emissions record of any of the countries in that agreement. But Melissa, notably missing which we always get at the U.. Are the cuts shots of the audience members. So you understand a little bit more about how speeches are being received because we didn't get that this year. It's hard to know exactly how some of those remarks landed. But certainly, as I mentioned before, no punches were held

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Fed Cup to be renamed Billie Jean King Cup

The Tennis Podcast

03:49 min | 2 d ago

Fed Cup to be renamed Billie Jean King Cup

"The Fed Cup has been renamed the Billie Jean King Cup and there's those big plan fair announcements about this week and it's a lovely lovely thing I think it feels so so right there is I think one caveat David that you pointed out on twitter which. Which I very much agree with. How How how much does it really? Well first of all, I agree with you I think I'm ready that it's been renamed. That's The. Caveat was the if we are renaming the Fed, cut the Billie Jean King Cup. It feels even further away that we're GONNA end up having the the great mixed team competition or Fit Slam slammers I'd love it to be. A combination of the Fed Cup or the Billie Jean King Cup in Davis. Cup, that I think the sports so. Hugely needs that feels further away. But maybe maybe that's maybe that's not the case. Maybe the fact that her name is on it and she is may be involved more. We'll bring that closer together because she so much wants that is well, she's. The biggest campaign for. Men and women working together and and being on the same page and being on the same bill for goodness sake. and. Hopefully. That will come in the future I mean. There are those events just don't exist this year. So this is the news news, the renaming, and and that alone really really about just one article Chris Clare in the New York Times right timing done an interview it but a Jianqing, I really enjoy a recommended he coach Bud Collins. Once. Saying that the Fed Cup is a splendid idea with a lame name and he quotes spitting Jean King saying. When a woman does something always think we do it for women when a guy does something, they never say they did it for the guys and so one of the changes I hope I can talk about more and more is that I would like people think that we. Are Doing it for the sport not for Women's Sports and I I thought. Absolutely right. It's It's about time attitudes changed. Yeah I thought that was. A perfect summation of both what Billie? Jean King is about an also how how this could be a a way forward for kind of mixed event and and a combination of men's and women's. Competition together but I mean personally that that that's not been my vision for mixed team event I've I've not thought that it should replace. Davis carpet. Now, village Inking Cup I genuinely think that it could go along alongside them. Both I don't think you need to. Get rid of them and combine it into one I. Think you could have a mixed team event like we had with the Hoffman Cup but make bigger thing out of that, and now we've got that point in the calendar with the ATP Cup and that I think that's the point. Many Times. Cup. Turn. So. Many cups when you did all the cups said back to back, it's Oh it's cup overload kind feels to be redundant to be talking about the of the moment you. Know. What the tent tennis Kinda is anymore but I mean personally I'm just saying I think there's room the space. It would be a great thing for a mix team competition to exist alongside. The Davis Cup in now Billie Jean King Cup that we already have our cup runneth over. A. Carrillo.

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Empty seats and no red carpet: the Emmys in the age of coronavirus

The KFBK Morning News

03:04 min | 3 d ago

Empty seats and no red carpet: the Emmys in the age of coronavirus

"Jason. How did the Emmys go last night? Can we get rid of red carpets forever? And that's what I'm fine with that I didn't miss it from the show and as somebody who covers these things. They're annoying there in order to cover, especially the Emmys. The Emmys idiots usually like 95 degrees and just hot and terrible, And it's just about everybody saying the same thing over and over and over again. I'm fine without having that so under the winners, though s Creek from pop TV wins big and it was. This is an amazing story because In the first The show's been on for six seasons in the first five seasons of the show zero Emmys last night at 17 Emmys it with all the categories every single Emmys comedy category. Hit one, which is just to go from zero to everything that's never happened before. It's UN president, President Idan Emmys history and a lot of people are going to be sitting around trying to figure out why the show and it was it better in its sixth season than it was in all five seasons was that the competition was that we were all watching because of the pandemic. I mean, there's so many possibilities. It's a good show. I mean, I remember when it first came out getting on that on that train. It's a very good show, and it was fun to see. I saw some of the excerpts of the acceptance speeches. I mean, they've obviously worked so hard on it. Yeah, and they were. They were all together. That was nice to see a cz. Well, they threw their own party. They were in Canada and they threw their own party, Teo and they were ableto every all have the whole cast and crew there together, So it felt Mohr liken Emmys, then say going too. Regina King's home or Zendaya's home or something like that. It had a kind of a different feel to it. But when we did go to the winners homes that was interesting as well. Although I was rooting for chaos. I wanted things to go crazy because I thought that would have been good TV and things were kind of normal. So, Jason, you know, I hear you when you say that, you know, you have to cover the red carpet and you get a little frustrated with the whole thing. I mean, if I hear where you're wearing one more time, it's got you But I have to tell you this in my home. My wife and kids love to see. Okay. What are they wearing? And they love it. The pageantry I know people do in the most clicked on stories. Usually the next day have to do with the dresses and you know who wore it Best and things like that, And I I get that, but it also without having it and without having the I mean, they're still were a few shows. He did a show. A couple of local stations here in Los Angeles did shows as well. But without the whole thing. I mean, it's something I think. That wasn't necessarily missed. It costs a lot of money. It takes a lot of time. It takes a lot of people on DH. I think coming out of the pandemic, we're all going to look at what you know what we can streamline what we did streamline over the past few months and what we can keep that way going forward. I don't know. Maybe the red carpets one of those casualties It does truly take a village to look like that, Jason Agency way love your purest progress. Thank you so much Like the honesty very

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Arrest made in subway derailment caused by train striking debris on tracks in Manhattan, New York

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:13 min | 3 d ago

Arrest made in subway derailment caused by train striking debris on tracks in Manhattan, New York

"Empty. Officials say it should be a normal rush on the A C and e subway lines today after a man was arrested for allegedly throwing debris onto the subway tracks at eighth and 14th yesterday. Causing a derailment and widespread delays. WCBS reporter Sean Adams joins us live now from that station in the West Village with the latest Shawn Yeah, you can take the a train again. The third rail's been rebuilt. Power restored tracks repaired here. 14th Street. There is still evidence of yesterday's vandalism and derailment. So if you go down on the platform, you will see the I beam supports the columns. The vertical columns. Crimped several of their bent, and that's where the impact happened. Where North bound a train scraped on by yesterday morning no one seriously hurt 134 passengers on the north bound a train. A man through metal clamps on the tracks the front car of the subway derailed. Police arrested 30 year old Dimitrius Harvard from the Bronx. He faces multiple charges, including reckless endangerment and assault. Police say he has been arrested before about a dozen times for other minor offenses. So far, there's no indication why he would want to try. To derail a

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Los Angeles - Mountain Home Village, Forest Falls residents allowed to return home, remain under evacuation warning

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:23 sec | 3 d ago

Los Angeles - Mountain Home Village, Forest Falls residents allowed to return home, remain under evacuation warning

"The San Bernadino Mountains has burned more than 22,000 acres and his 59% contained. One firefighter was killed Thursday. Mandatory evacuations between Angelus Oaks and Onyx summit are still in effect. Residents a mountain home village and forced falls have been allowed to return, but they're still under evacuation. Warning. There was no evacuation director for big Bear residents. That fire started earlier this month during a gender reveal party near Yucaipa.

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Afghan government airstrikes kill 24 civilians

The Lutheran Hour

00:17 sec | 4 d ago

Afghan government airstrikes kill 24 civilians

"At least two dozen civilians, including Children have been killed in government airstrikes in northern Afghanistan. Ah village controlled by the Taliban was being targeted. The strike's commas. Taliban and government officials work to end decades of conflict as part of a deal brokered by the U. S.

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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Dedicates New DePaul College Prep Campus

Dave Plier

00:32 sec | 4 d ago

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Dedicates New DePaul College Prep Campus

"Acre campus for two Paul College purpose dedicated yesterday in Roscoe Village, Mayor Lori Lightfoot took the occasion to think Chicago Cardinal bleeds soup itch for contacting her at the beginning of the Koven 18 pandemic and offering his hope it makes me pleased and proud. To be a part of the city to understand that the archdiocese has reached out its hands to us in the entire city tow help heal the wounds that had been exposed through this very difficult time. Late foot served on the board of directors of the Paul College Purple prior to becoming mayor.

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Illegal Raves Fill 'Cultural Void' in Britain Amidst Coronavirus

The Economist: The Intelligence

04:13 min | 6 d ago

Illegal Raves Fill 'Cultural Void' in Britain Amidst Coronavirus

"The night time economy has been hit hard by the pandemic nightclubs have been forced to close putting deejays and promoters out of. There that just because the clubs are closed, doesn't mean the party's destroyed. In Britain legal raves are enjoying something of a revival. Frankly right throughout Britain for the economist, the met police has recorded more than thousand raves in the last few months and many people are saying this is kind of a throwback to the late eighty s and early ninety s back. Then illegal acid house parties started happening all over the country. What are these raves actually like the traditional stereotype, his house techno music taking place in an abandoned warehouse or something things are a bit different. Now over the summer at least they've tended to happen in big outdoor spaces, kind of in the middle of nowhere, and the kind of music really varies depending on the event to so now do still play House and techno, but also are and be drum and bass a few weeks ago. There was a big rave in a tiny Welsh village called Babylon three and a half thousand people turned up but it's really all because of the closure of nightclubs. Choose to the pandemic lockdown as revive that spirit of acid house and really hard and Ravers who have nowhere else to go have turned to illegal parties again, and he's the revival of raving entirely result of the pandemic largely. But even before the pandemic rates for making a bit of a comeback covid of accelerated that trend, the revival was a result of expensive rents in big cities, which made it harder for nightclubs on cheap nights and also precarious operating licenses to big venues of how to pass that cost onto clubbers entry to print works, which is a big factory turned club in southeast London. Forty pounds just for a night and drugs and much less tolerated to oversee an illegal rave while they're much cheaper because have to deal with licensing and venue costs, and also there are no rules because it's illegal he can do whatever you like these ours you say illegal raves. So how the authorities cracking down on them authorities are having a really hard time trying to stop them because they will happening at such a low level. It wasn't too much for problem of there being A. Resurgence. Now, the approach, the the police and the government seems to be taking is deterrent in recent weeks new finds of being introduced by the government of up to ten thousand pounds for the organizers of these parties. But the big fines aren't having that much of an effect because it's very difficult to work out who's organizing them in the first place and that's because they're so secretive locations are often kept quiet until the last minute and even then details only shared with a ten dis. Through. Private channels like what's happened instagram messages, which is actually quite similar to the nineteen eighty s and ninety s when people would have to phone number from a phone box to find out where a policy was happening all the legal alternatives for UK Ravens than there aren't really at the moment. So in recent weeks, some music events have started up again but much more tame that kind of socially distance concerts happening in traditional venues, some promoters have tried to organize legal socially distance raves. I spoke to one organizer who said he put on the first, which is very early lockdown. He had seven hundred and fifty people applies account but could only let in forty people even then the police still turned up and try to shut it down until it was explained that it was going on legally this week actually new restrictions which limit social gatherings are the indoor or outdoors to six people have come in making it even more difficult to organize one of these events safely and legally. Six people doesn't sound like much of a rave. Is there a safe way to do this independent nick? Honestly not really it's obviously very hard socially distant set arrive. There have been the helping of criticism within the music industry of so-called Plague Raves in countries where venues have reopened as they haven't in Britain yet nightclubs have been criticized on any kind of events at all contributing to spikes in resurgences in the virus. One case of this is in south, Korea which did. Very well, it containing the virus. But when things thought reopened a number of cases with trace back to to some nightclubs in Seoul and that led to a huge amount of criticism within the press and in society as well. Just dougherty runs legal acid house parties in London, and he's one of the many deejays who calling people out for throwing playgroups

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Why forest fires in Siberia, Russia threaten us all

BBC Newshour

04:28 min | Last week

Why forest fires in Siberia, Russia threaten us all

"In Siberia have been releasing record amounts of greenhouse gases, scientists say contributing to global warming. The fires, fueled by abnormally high temperatures have been burning as far north as the Arctic Circle. Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg has travelled to the remote Yakutia region in north eastern Russia to gauge the effects of climate change, both on local communities on on the planet. I've got a helicopter flying across northern Siberia. Not far from the Arctic Circle. Look down below, I could see forest stretching forever. But rising from the trees. Our rooms of thick smoke. Because record high temperatures here. Fueling Suresh spies. And that has implications but only for people who live in Siberia for the global climate. Thiss part of Russia is called. It is a huge region. Five times the size of France. Because of all its forests, people here cool. You could hear the lungs of the planet. Well, Judging by all the smoke, I can see our planet has a big problem. Like on the ground. We switch to an off road Russian bag that feels as tough as a tank. Plough through the thick undergrowth. Suddenly out of the window, I see a charred wasteland. Fire has reduced large and silver birch tow ash. We continue on foot with a group of forest Rangers. The range of Valentin tells me is getting hotter and hotter here every year, he spends nearly all his summers now fighting Forest vice When he's not firefighting. He's out hunting in Yakutia before a hunt, Valentin says. Traditionally, we light a campfire. We put pancakes and fermented horse milk by the flames as sacrifices to the spirit of the tiger to make the hunt go well. So a small fire is a source of good. It's the big ones that are bad for you was all right. That was Well, now we've reached a fire. It is incredibly hot here. Flames are licking the undergrowth and Dancing up the tree trunks. Sending Rooms of thick smoke into the air. This is going on across Siberia, a region which is now trapped in a vicious cycle of climate change, because rising temperatures Mean dr Forests and more forests fires like this one and more fires means more carbon emissions being pumped into the atmosphere. Andme or climate change. Two Rangers try to put out the flames using small water pumps. But as soon as one fire is out another sparks It's not just the visible burning. That's a problem. Underground fire is boring. The permafrost ground, which in places has been frozen for tens of thousands of years. That's releasing even Mohr greenhouse gases. Further north in another Siberian forest, local firefighter Even Zahara is filling his water pump from a lake. He's got a shovel, too, to smother any hint of flame recently even helped put out a big fire here that was threatening his village. They're fashionable. I never saw a summer like it even says we had no rain at all. The dry grass was like gunpowder, but it's permafrost Thaw ring that worries me. Most. Our village could end up underwater.

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Stanley Crouch, contentious man of letters, dead at 74

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Stanley Crouch, contentious man of letters, dead at 74

"A popular and influential critic has died he was a true renaissance man with an attitude Stanley crouch normally cross lines he shadowed them his writings both fiction and non fiction were inspired by his knowledge and love of blues and jazz during his career crouch was a columnist for The Village Voice and New York Daily News and was a frequent guest on NPR well he was a mentor to jazz great Wynton Marsalis he was no fan of artists like Toni Morrison Spike Lee and Amari Baraka dismissing them and their work in often harsh terms crouch has died at a hospice in New York City his wife says he had been in poor health after a stroke he was seventy four years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Stanley Crouch, contentious man of letters, dead at 74

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Stanley Crouch, contentious man of letters, dead at 74

"A popular and influential critic has died he was a true renaissance man with an attitude Stanley crouch normally cross lines he shadowed them his writings both fiction and non fiction were inspired by his knowledge and love of blues and jazz during his career crouch was a columnist for The Village Voice and New York Daily News and was a frequent guest on NPR well he was a mentor to jazz great Wynton Marsalis he was no fan of artists like Toni Morrison Spike Lee and Amari Baraka dismissing them and their work in often harsh terms crouch has died at a hospice in New York City his wife says he had been in poor health after a stroke he was seventy four years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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India: Coronavirus cases pass 5 million

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

India: Coronavirus cases pass 5 million

"India's coronavirus confirmed cases this close to five million still soaring and testing the country's feeble health care system in tens of thousands of impoverished towns and villages the virus appears to be spreading much faster in India than any other country with daily cases costing ninety thousand for the five days up until Tuesday the Boston Asian countries total coronavirus caseload is closing in on the U. S. highest tally of more than six point six million cases it added more than one million cases this month alone the rise in infections comes as the government continues to lift restrictions throughout the nation to try to boost an economy the lost millions of jobs when the virus hit in March I'm Charles the last month

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Washington DC - 8 Georgetown University Students Tested Positive for Covid-19

Larry O'Connor

00:22 sec | Last week

Washington DC - 8 Georgetown University Students Tested Positive for Covid-19

"Now says it has eight confirmed cases of covert on campus and an email the students and staff. Students live on campus in the village, A apartment complex students living on campus are tested for Corona virus twice a week, and those infected are now in quarantine. The university says. Roughly 500 students are living on campus the semester. If

Iran Executes Wrestler Accused of Murder After He Took Part in 2018 Protests

Freakonomics Radio

04:28 min | Last week

Iran Executes Wrestler Accused of Murder After He Took Part in 2018 Protests

"For his life to be spared. 27 year old Naveed of Curry had been convicted for the killing of a security guard during anti government protests in 2018. Mr Curry said he'd been tortured. Into making a confession. Among those who called for the Iranian of thought is to show mercy where President Trump on the International Olympic Committee, which says it's shocked. By the execution. Tara. Separate FA is the researcher on Iran for human rights. What she's been telling me more about Navid of Curry and his standing is arrested in Iran. Naveed Afghan, participated in several national competitions and had run up position and the adolescence and youth national championship in Iran. Few years back, and was he taking part in anti government protests in 2018? So there have been several rounds of protests over the past 2 2.5 years in Iran. The protest that Naveed was prosecuted for took place in summer of 2018 in several cities, including in Shiraz, where he lived. So how did he come to be accused of stabbing to death? His security guards and so, according to documents Reviewed on DH news articles have been published about the case on the evening off one of the days that the protest was ongoing. Mr Torre Common who initially was reported as a security officer, but later was introduced as just an employee off the water Waste management company was stabbed to death close to his home. Naveed and his brothers were arrested about a month later. Naveed in one of his brother was also been implicated. And in village murder, were arrested in September of 2018, according to hand written letter by Naveed and that has been published, He experienced severe torture into different detention centers where he was detained. In issue Ross. He was facing dozens of charges in ST separate cases, but the criminal court sentenced him to death in October of last year. 2019 the evidence used against him was mostly confessions. Of him, his brother and a friend, And they all alleged that those confessions were obtained under torture. And in April off this year, the Supreme Court uphold the death sentence and quickly brushed over the serious allegations of torture and failed to investigate that, so there were no independent witnesses who Tied, Mr AFC hurried to the scene of the stabbing a cz faras, you know, according to authorities and footage is that been released? There's footage from one security camera. It is unclear if if the person in the video is exactly Naveed, and if that proves anything, anything beyond reasonable doubt, why do you think that the Iranian authorities decided to make an example off him? If you like on DH to execute him, even though there was this into A national outcry. I think that the rush nature off this sentence because Iranian authorities disregarded the procedural rules that they need to abide by and when executing someone shows that it had a political motive behind it, And I would say it's probably an attempt to defy the international and domestic outcry against the death penalty. So was there a campaign inside Iran to have him sped? Since July of this year, there has been an ongoing campaign. Online, mostly with the hashtag don't execute against the death sentence that have been issued in relation to the protest that have happened over the past two years. And it is a growing a domestic movement, and many people also try to raise awareness and work in different capacities to save Naveed is life arranging from people who were working on convincing the Supreme Court for a retrial to the ones who were hoping for. Give nous y and all the other activists who were trying to raise a very innocent and informing international institutions and authorities, hoping for coordinated pressured It was Tara separate far a researcher in Iran for

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This Week in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | Last week

This Week in Philadelphia

"Park has reopened some sites to visitors, including Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell restaurants in the city could have indoor dining at 25% capacity and center City Restaurant Week begins on Sunday. Philadelphia Fringe Festival kicks off this weekend. It is mostly virtual swing by the Elmwood Park Zoo for a live Tarzan performance. Pre register four seats or do a drive in style. I would not be just a number. It's scarecrow season at peddler's Village. You could even learn how to make one of your own. Do you think if I went with you, this wizard would give me some brains and because of overwhelming demand. Jurassic Quest Dino Driving at the Wells Fargo Center has been extended through September 20 for more of the K Y w to do list. Go to K y w news, radio dot com slash to do 3 25. It's money news on

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Travel to Oaxaca

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

06:25 min | Last week

Travel to Oaxaca

"I'd like to welcome to the show Susan met Naski from Brooklyn, tropical E. dot com, and that's tropical with an I at the end but a put a link to that in the show notes Susan Welcome to the show. Thank you. Thank you so much for having and Susan. You're coming on the show to talk about one of my favorite places in Mexico. Of course, I haven't been every place Oaxaca. and. Why are you talking about Wocka? Well, it is also one of my favorite places. It's actually my favorite place because I now live here after I think my first trip was in two, thousand, fifteen and. I just kept coming back and back for months at a time, and then finally I had been traveling fulltime for awhile I'm a travel blogger and when I was just ready to settle down, this was the place that was at the very top of my list. Excellent. Well, and I understood after reaching out to Susan that she was a longtime listener, the show which is always fun to hear it is a big honor for me to be on this show when there was a time many years ago I wasn't able to really travel, and this was my constant source of inspiration. I cannot imagine a time not be able to travel except of course now but right. Excellent and why should someone go to Hakka? So I think that the thing about Oaxaca really. So special and is not often matched in other places is that it's so dynamic. There is such a depth and breadth of things to do and learn and taste and understand here. It's so easy to fill a week itinerary full of all these things and not just one type of thing but a huge variety of things. So there's incredible culture here. There's history. An Amazing Food and mess calcined beautiful nature artisan work. So there's really something for everyone and It's just such a dynamic place to learn over of everything excellent. What kind of Tannery or are you going to recommend for us where we're GONNA start so? Worked on this a lot of years there because as I say, there's so much to do and I actually hear over and over again that people come here they plan a long weekend trip and they pair it with Mexico City or the coast or other places in Mexico and. On their first or second day they're already planning a return trip because they realize immediately that there's just such a huge amount of things to do. It's such a beautiful place such a compelling place. So I've come up with a seven day itinerary that I think is really a nice balance of all these different aspects, the nature and the culture and history in the food and artisan work and I. think that's a great way to have your first trip to a Hakka to have a little bit of a balance of all the things and learn a little of everything and. WELL ROUNDED PERSPECTIVE OF OAXACA Going Day one. Well so I have this kind of divided by Oaxaca city and then day trips and I think that one way people go wrong is they don't necessarily know that the day trips and and the villages and the nature sites archaeological sites outside the city the number of things to do outside of the city is equal or more than within the city. So. I think that the best way to kind of approach your race to think of it more or less than a fifty fifty way that maybe you're going to be doing day trips about as many days as you will be just strictly inside the. So I I'd like to just kind of talk about stuff within the city and then later I can get into the day trips if that works for you works remain so. Has Been inhabited since eleven thousand BC. So it has an extremely long history a really in depth history, and that's part of why a lot of the places outside of the city are so important the pre Hispanic archaeological sites and villages that still hold to their traditions. But also the city itself is quite old and the modern day city started to be built in fifteen hundreds when the Spanish were here. So there's still lots of historical sites to see in the city that are important and also beautiful. One of the best places I think to start is south of the Mingo Church that is an ex convent that has now been converted to a church and a museum and a ethnical garden, and it's also just kind of a big meeting point in the city for tourists and for locals as well. It's great for people watch chain there's lots of street food outside. So it's a great place to start, and then the museum there is great. They have lots of great exhibits about the history and Culture Haka. Big. Museum. Not a big museum but. We're seeing and also is a great way to get a look inside at the architecture of this gorgeous ex convent and then the ethnic botanical garden that's on the grounds as well is really fantastic. It's required to take a guided tour. And I wouldn't say it's for everyone because if you it is to at least two hours and it's very in depth about plant life and history culture. And I love it and I think it's amazing. I'm taking up multiple times bill. Some of those plants are important to people because some of the local plants give us things like Miguel so. Exactly. So. But I definitely recommend it for most people. The thing I think is really special is they really go into the history of the most important plants and the cultural significance and you get to see things like the predecessor for Korn that was found here in the valley, and that is one of if not the most important ingredients in food items in all Mexico and a lot of the world, and so there's just a lot of amazing insights and things you can learn about plant life in this really biodiverse state if you're into that kind of thing.

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Navajo Nation reports less COVID-19 cases

Native America Calling

04:00 min | Last week

Navajo Nation reports less COVID-19 cases

"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez, which in tribes filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the trump administration over oil and gas development in the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, which people have long fought drilling in the area they hold sacred to protect cultural and subsistence resources. Last month, the Interior Department approved oil and gas leasing in the coastal plain supporters of development include Alaska state leaders, and Alaska's congressional delegation for jobs and Boots the village of Venus by tribal government, Arctic, Village Council and Venus. Village Council filed the lawsuit represented by the native American Rights Fund. Fifteen states led by Washington filed a separate lawsuit, Wednesday high winds and dry conditions continue to fan flames on the call Ville reservation in Washington state. In addition to destroying several structures, the fire is taking a toll on Livestock Ashley. Abraham son with the tribal fish and Wildlife Department estimates the fire has killed as many as twenty, five, hundred head of cattle and up to one hundred horses can't even bring them in because they're so burnt we have to put them down in the pasture and that's just from what we can recover as of right now until the Ho-, thoughts and disappear, we're still counting. People are losing their homes left and right here. And it's just getting more. The Okanagan County fairground is sheltering livestock and other animals, but is anita feed. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. The Navajo Nation reported its second day of no additional Cova nineteen deaths and three days as Christine. Trudeau reports months after strict orders, health officials report dwindling numbers of new cases twice within a matter of days the Navajo nation. marked. A significant milestone that the nation's largest reservation hasn't seen since March it's all the more important as the tribe continues to climb toward a total number that nears ten thousand covid nineteen deaths. The Nation wants outpaced every state in the country for the number of deaths from the disease. Nomination President. Jonathan. Nez. Called it good news but cautioned the numbers will continue to fluctuate until. There is an effective vaccine Nez encouraged citizens not to get discouraged by the fluctuation but to stay on top of practicing healthcare expert recommended safety measures and reminded that it's due to sticking to these measures that new case numbers have dropped in addition to remaining visual novel Nation Council Delegate Amber Penis Crotty says the council continued to push Navajo nation programs for dramatic increase to funds. And resources for every community across Navajo Nation Navajo nation health officials originally reported no new cases for day, but that was leader corrected to add twelve additional cases following Labor Day weekend gatherings another spike in case numbers expected another thirty two hour partial weekend lockdown. We'll go into effect starting Saturday I'm Christine Trudeau the stories a collaboration with national, Native News and the Solutions Journalism Network A native coalition is calling for the Kansas City football team to end its use of native American stereotypes and the Misappropriation of native culture as the NFL season starts in August. The team announced new measures and policies which include banning fans from wearing headdresses into the stadium. An Indian themed face paint. The team says it's reviewing the use of the Arrowhead Chop the coalition not in our honor. Says the steps are in the right direction, but it does not address the overall racism and appropriation of native culture using a race of people as a mascot. The coalition was formed by native college students and includes native advocates, educators, and community leaders. They're calling for the end of the top team name and imagery. Meanwhile, Kansas City kicks off the twenty twenty season against the Houston Texans. Thursday night. I mean Antonio Gonzalez.

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What are animals saying to each other?

Tai Asks Why

03:21 min | 2 weeks ago

What are animals saying to each other?

"For those that are new to this show. This is my little brother can help Amigo and I know this is gonNA sound strange but he honestly thinks That he can talk to docks I, am the duck Lord can't explain yourself. I. Am the Duck Lord. All ducks will dow down before me just joking because I'm not cool and let the ducks of their freedom. So I'm just like. What, and then they're like. And then get food and I see like that. which is ductless. Thank you so much. You're great. Lot, which means we should be friends and they're like. What calculator so kin do you think these docs have like something? That's like a language? Yeah. Like I some. Pretty far away from go. Whack. And they actually come now, my mother actually backs up on this. We see wind over the village and they fly in over the house keen them stands on the deck and Kohl's them and they fly in over the top of the houses and come in for landing on the river and and then just kind of swim the river and jump up in Kinsale with. Cucumbers and corn and. All the things that you feed dykes and they just and they just have the cucumbers they do. I have to be real not a big believer connor skeptical this whole scheme. But I'm not a pessimist I'm a scientist. So I really just think that can. Train them because every time he quacks, he always gives them food. So I think the ducks have just learned that quacking loud annoying brothers means food. So every time he quacks they come to him for food. But I thought, I'd run this theory by a fellow scientist just to be sure. Well. I haven't observed your brothers behavior with ducks but if he has gotten them conditioned by food to win over here arrives, they may be attracted to him by the food. Of course, if he spends time observing their behavior, he might have some insight into how the ducks behave, but I'd have to watch him to know for sure. This is Kathleen Dudzinska. He's the director of the Dolphin Communication Project. She spent the last thirty years studying dolphins in the way that they communicate. and. She says when it comes to learning what any animals are saying to each other the key is observation. You have to watch what they do, and so you want to look at what they do maybe what they say in terms of verbal signals with one another but also what the context is. So let me ask you this if you see a mother and her child walking down a sidewalk. And they suddenly grab hands. Why do you think they might have grabbed hands? Safety maybe something might have popped up. Maybe the crossing the road right. But if I tell you that they're not actually walking on a sidewalk. Of A busy street, but they're actually walking down a sidewalk in a park. than. The reasons why they might have grabbed hands are narrowed.

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"little village" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"little village" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"To tell you the good news positive stories happening all over the place to do it five times a day right now on here's what you find in only this one about our white socks people around Chicago are stepping up to help their neighbors during the pandemic some of those good works have not gone unnoticed by it rising star on the south side ELO I Jimenez surprising workers ads no lock how do you say no bias W. R. bridal shop in little village who are working to create a face mask for the community with a donation of team uniforms and funds to support their efforts he says I'm glad and so for me to help other lands is good especially when they come from a poor neighborhood and they don't have the help Hannah said in a video message I like to help people and that's why I want to help them they put in the effort they try to do good things so I really appreciate that and respect that Jimenez sent a surprise video message to the shop owner Tony Hernandez and her team on Friday thanking them for their work revealing a donation of a five hundred dollar grocery gift card for every single worker every worker received a thousand dollars total five hundred for their service twelve masks and five hundred to the jewel so way to go Jimenez that's awesome go go white Sox so a lot of folks are not able to attend graduation if I were drafting commencement speeches engine I. R. are they gonna put it on her radio next to Barack Obama and Oprah I wanted to yeah by the way when is my Dr Seuss reading going up for the Chicago public libraries I really don't appreciate it thank you Jane Lynch and Brock Obama went before me yeah they had old for this week yeah really pushy though that's the thing she was like the mansion belonged to me she did they allow that to happen I'm surprised the leave of their former Chicago right I'm here right now.

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"little village" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:30 min | 6 months ago

"little village" Discussed on KCRW

"A river and you can just stop and watch the clouds roll by it sounds it sounds lovely review next next first you've got a game called elder scrolls five Skyrim and we can play this on various platforms what's this yeah this is a role playing game that's been out for years now you choose your character and then the story takes you across this huge land called Skyrim now if you follow the story you learn how to talk to dragons and I'm not saying that's not cool but you have to fight a lot of dragons to do that so why not do what I do and just wander around collecting herbs maybe learn how to forge armor or how to make potions you know continuing education you treat it like it's the learning annex if the learning annex had dragons I love that you're wondering collecting herbs through and the sun dappled meadows this does not sound like it when I think of video games I'm thinking of shooting people and asteroids hitting me but I do know one on your list maybe closer to that this is red dead redemption two which I guess we can find on various platforms what's going on in this room well yeah your member breath of the wild with Horsey it's the same thing only here instead of a fairy tale kingdom it's the old west instead of an elf you're a cowboy and there's plenty of shooting to do in this game but my first time through I was saddled with this group of settlers I was supposed to look after and they were just so whiny wish there were some needy and helpless sucking all the fun of the game for me so but that's when I remembered yeah open world so I just took off again riding my horse he threw the games you are damaging the settlers okay and you know going back to it today it felt so familiar and soothing and those two things are on trial man are they ever speaking of familiar a lot of these games when I mention that these are classics these are not new they've been out for awhile is that a deliberate choice to stirs misdirection it very much is I mean more power to the people out there who are going to be using this time to try something new I mean there's a game animal crossing New Horizons just came out today for the switch but that's not where my heads up over the past few days I keep returning to these games with these maps that I've already opened up with the fast world that I can go anywhere in when the game is over the world is still there and it's just tremendously comforting to go back to that little village or try to find that scenic Vista because you know exactly what to expect and that's a good feeling nowadays well you can find all of Gwen's game recommendations in that piece he wrote for the NPR website go look it up that's Glen Weldon of NPR's pop culture happy.

"little village" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White

Reset with Jenn White

14:37 min | 7 months ago

"little village" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White

"Pritzker Trabert Foundation. It's a ten million dollar grant competition aimed at investing in the economic future of some Chicago. Neighborhoods the winner will be announced the spring. So we're checking in with each of the finalists to hear about their work and visions for their communities. Another one of those finalists is with us. Today it's called Economic Equity and opportunity via a little village community hub. It's led by Kim Wasserman executive director of Little Village Environmental Justice Organization and Bill Slicer CEO of the Delta Institute. Kim I gotta ask. How does it feel to be one of the finalists? I think it's been Anna's to be quite honest with you We've spent a lot of years as an organization as a community fighting for our rights and fighting for our environment and being told by the city that what we want is unattainable or is unreal and soda end up. Being finalised. Ten Million Dollar Prize is kind of awkward meeting. I'll just add. It's like how many rolls of duct tape. Can we buy ten million dollars because that's usually what we do and having this many Zeros to work with really allows us to think a completely different ways when you're thinking about community revitalization right and Kim and bill tell us briefly about your respective organizations Little Village Environmental Justice Organization and Delta Institute How do you currently serve the community? Sure we are celebrating our twenty fifth year as an organization within the little village community. A really fighting for environmental justice and fighting against environmental racism so some of our work includes Helping to shut down the two CO powerplants in Chicago having the redevelopment of the largest Brownfield into a park in the United States at the park but also very much fighting not just for environmental justice but economic justice in every type of justice. You can imagine for our neighborhood. Bill and Delta Institute was founded in one thousand nine hundred and we work across the Midwest to create thriving communities. And we do that. Through a variety of ways and partnerships like little village is one of those premier ways that we do that really getting on the ground with the communities and figuring out solutions that both improve the environment and the economy and can let's hear about the proposal. Give us a broad picture of what economic equity and opportunity via little village community hub. Absolutely so you know. The reality is for a very long time communities like ours on the southwest side have been sold out to the notion of Cheap labor jobs Right now we're battling target warehouse coming into our neighborhood and we're being told that we're ideal for the warehouse jobs for the truck driving jobs and really outside of that. There is no robust conversation around. Not just what is our neighborhood good at but we recognize the problems that we have and we know how to fix them. The reality is in our neighborhood. Sixty percent of our community has some experience in agriculture. And so we very much want to put our people to work in the work that they know. How did you that they feel Respected that they feel that they are appreciated and can do very well. So this hub really looks at three very prominent things. Our food system in little village our energy system in little village and culture. And how do those three things play into each other to not just advocate for our community and organizing but also to show a just transition? How do we transition away from these? Very extractive economies from these very extractive practices in our neighborhood. And how do we grow an economy that is inclusive to everybody? Those who were not born here those who don't have papers to be here those who don't speak English. How do we ensure that the city of Chicago in little village has a space for everybody? And not just those who can afford to live there so this project really not just understand the connection between environmental justice economic justice but really looks at the root of gentrification what happens when you beautify your neighborhood to the point that it's no longer accessible to your own people and so really what we want to talk about. Is We want to stay a space for low income communities of color like little village but we want to do so where people can grow and thrive and stay in the city. And you mentioned extractive practices. Can you explain what you mean by that? Extractive practices aren't just demolishing mother Earth for oil or fossil fuels. It's also the extract and extraction of Labor from our bodies particularly as Brown and black people in the city of Chicago. And how do we have a voice to an economy that actually lifts us up and it includes us as part of it in dozen? Just use US for sweat tears. Our lungs are health. I'm at the end of it. We walk away with no health insurance. We walk away without any protections and we walk away barely surviving on the economies of these jobs provide now the location for the community hub would be twenty three fifty eight. South whipple This is at the intersection of West Twenty Fourth Street. It's currently a former Chicago. Fire Department Engine House which. I find interesting Bill why choose this location? So this location was chosen after we looked at two hundred sixty four different sites throughout the entire neighborhood and mapped every single one with little village and the community and we looked at both the assets of the community and where things could be revitalizing redeveloped in in the way and the location of this site with the bones of this building made it a perfect Spot for being able to build this whole hub within this facility in part of this hub includes a commercial kitchen interesting absolutely one of the amazing things about little villages equally as I mentioned sixty percent of our neighborhood having a background in agriculture over sixty percent of street based food vendors in Chicago. Come from Little Village Lincoln Park or Morgan Park. Most likely one in six people is coming from little village. We want but the problem is. We don't have any commercial kitchens currently in our neighborhood right so we really want. That's a flagrancy right there right like how do we support communities on the Ground Street based Economy So this allows us the ability to have folks store. Their street carts fixer. She cards create food products for the SRI cards it. The basement of the fire station also allows for massive indoor growing so folks are looking at mushroom and small Greens that they could potentially grow their Equally so the little village community has a very strong workforce development program around solar that our organization has been working on Regretting our third cohort of solar graduates. This coming year which we're very excited about. And so that would also be a space where folks can learn how to make train. Build around solar workforce development and then lastly The peace ties it all together which is culture right. How are the power all of these things part of our culture in little village and strengthening our culture within little villages? Well well let's talk a little bit about the culture of little village. You know. Break down the demographics for us. And and who this hub would serve absolutely so little village is primarily Mexican Mexican American immigrant community And the reality is is that we are losing social services on a regular basis. There isn't very many spaces not just for young people but particularly for preteens all the way through young adults Unfortunately most of our boys and girls clubs don't serve young people after the fifteen for instance and it's not by chance that we directly also have its connection to the violence in our neighborhood and that's because young people are not being put to work the reality is in Chicago. I believe at Young African Americans and not the between the age of eighteen and twenty four. I believe over sixty percent are unemployed. Currently right so all of these speak to who is in our neighborhood being one of the youngest populations in the city of Chicago. Think half of our population is under the age of twenty five right so it really speaks to. Who's located in our neighborhood? And where are these folks working? Or what is it that they're doing and the reality is they're not working I believe less than fifteen percent of our community works in the local industrial corridor. But it's one of the most vibrant and thriving ones in the city So this project really helps speak to. Who's missing who's on the on the on the phrase of society. And HOW DO WE CENTER THEM? As part of this work to ensure that they can grow in thrive in our communities and so this project speaks to exactly those folks who are usually marginalized and who folks say we can afford to lose those folks in the system as long as the majority of folks are okay and our work speaks to know that is not okay in fact. We're going to take those folks in center them and ensure that they have a space little village next to Pilsen is being gentrified on a day-to-day basis. And this is one of the only ways that we truly believe that we can fight for our community and we talked about how the food cart vendors plays such a big role in the neighborhood. And and you've got the street vendors association as one of your partners as well. How important was it to make sure to partner with that group? Absolutely I mean I think the reality is. We are community organizers by Heart in by trade as an organization and it's not to speak to what we bill and I know about food carts except to how to order a great Mongol right or like to order a bag of chips right. I don't think either one of US could speak to the reality of what that works. Look like what that work looks like and so for us to be able to share. The wealth of this project is exactly what we want to do. How to redistribute the wealth at this ten million could potentially bring to our community and empower those who need it. The most and I think partnership is where it's at it's the partnership between Delta instituted INVESCO. They got to this point after many many years And then how do we also bring in the rest of our community? That's part of that. So everybody from the vendors association to the Chicago Food Policy Action Council right all of our partners who have been leading a good fight a good fight on the ground not just food justice but also for solar and for culture as well across the city. Well let's talk about the Chicago Food Policy Action Council a bill. What would their role be so? They're really integral in this entire project. Because it's really helping change all the policies around Food and agriculture in the city in the way that policy is set up right now. Is Those folks. That are the food cart vendors. That are the small-scale farmers that WANNA compost really don't have access or the availability even do so so these very basic things that we need the city and the state aren't providing and the the the Action Council allows that to happen and and we've mentioned on building sustainable food network. How exactly will that work so this is really? Why little villages perfect for project like this? The great work that's been done on the ground for agriculture to actually even get off the ground with like an eight Acre site on old superfund with with over two tons of produce being produced every year. We have this ability to get bring food into the commercial kitchen through the food cart vendors and have those products come back out and then be added with additional products and services that are coming through that whole system at you that there is a very vibrant agriculture movement. In in little village you have not just folks growing food to bill's point at Little Village Park in the gardens. But we also have a very strong composting program. And so there's actual synergy between our food vendors our farmers and our composters all within the neighborhood working with each other so you mentioned the farmers what role will little village. Farmers play in this Omega had one of the largest absolutely we're very excited to announce that As of this year our organization signed a ten year lease with the Chicago Park District to actually have A couple of acres in the park for Urban Agriculture large-scale growing which were very excited about in that came from our farmers letting us know they need more land. That's the one thing that we don't have a lot of in little village and we had the second worst air quality in the entire state of Illinois so outdoor growing the reality. That is just isn't there and so really. Our communities advocating and fighting hard to figure out how to get access indoor to do large scale growing and the reality is this has been twenty. Five plus years of farmers.

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"little village" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"little village" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The west and south sides according to Chicago police the latest happened in the little village neighborhoods to shortly before twelve fifteen PM of the twenty four hundred block of south Troy police say a fourteen year old girl was in the company of a fifteen year old friend who is handling a weapon when it went off and struck her in the cheek she was taken in fair condition the Strozier hospital the boy placed in police custody a lawmaker from Chicago's northwest suburbs has introduced a bill that would yank the Illinois department of children and family services out of McHenry county it would also allow the county to care for its own vulnerable children the Tribune reports the proposals in response to a case involving the murder of five year old age a friend of crystal lake his parents are charged in his death happened under DCFS is watch boy's body was discovered in a shallow grave in neighboring Woodstock that's where the bill sponsor is from Republican representative Steve Reich victim on WGN news Italy avoids a major hiking in U. S. terror of sitting other European countries A. B. C.'s Meghan Williams reports from Rome Italy's foreign minister has announced that the country is Cape having U. S. terrorists as high as twenty five percent slapped on its famous food products such as parmesan cheese the U. S. had threatened to impose the new terrorists in the fall as followed over trade dispute is having with the European Union over Airbus but Italy argued that since it's not part of the Airbus consortium it shouldn't be hit with American tariffs on its exports Italy's economy dependent on exports is struggling to keep out of a recession Meghan Williams ABC news Rome officials as in high school on Chicago's north side of removed a teacher after campus protests over what she allegedly told a student that's right at a campus in an earlier this week the teachers accused of telling a Latina student go back to her country when she refused to stand during the star spangled banner the school.

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"little village" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:55 min | 8 months ago

"little village" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The offer expires today little village lot lot of people that are with us professor your need with the good info yes maybe I'm crazy one is a good chance you are but not on this but not about the wiring was that not about selling your car call me crazy Rebecca anchorage what's going on high hi great show thank you what do you think it's a great what's your I totally agree with her okay I think the Democrats should follow by choose a Democrat revisions that all of us I know but I think the Democrats should follow her advice this is just appropriate March stop making the baby's Democrats what where the world's gonna be fine what's killing them I hear you Rebecca I appreciated very smart see Rebecca mail that I think possibly mailed it robin Kalamazoo a B. C. D. E. F. G. H. gotta go eight in Kalamazoo zoo right robin you don't say it absolutely and I remember you as an anchor your jaw lawyer phase of your life you do not remember the six W. W. and I was there died Monday through Friday absolutely I will thank you Robert I hi I had a little baby and so I'd wake up with in the morning and what I want you yeah I remember those days I had a great time I appreciate that thank you and I'll get back to Kalamazoo okay yeah and I I a well I work at a of a very famous breweriana mature guide so I can give you back behind the scenes sure it was done I don't know who to talk to god I would love that Hey and I can send you the article that I was reading is very interesting because there are a number of things that I was reading about the fight if scientists including NASA scientists of reasons that are going to affect things in the earth that have absolutely nothing to do with people if such as the temperature of the fun for a period of time is going to be getting cooler and a former player activities going to change and it's gonna be similar to I think was back in the fifteen hundred there was a mini I stayed for they're talking about that that has nothing to do with us right although the magnetic field magnetic pole is moving something like thirty miles every year so they're having to change the GPS coordinates and things like that and now I have nothing to do with us as well as the strength of the magnetic field right so so so so toward sites out there that says this is all bunk but we're supposed to ignore that and listen to this lady to stop making babies because we got mad at the low cost of all ills in the world apparently self and I can I email you that article if you would you be interested no I'd love to see robin said the two good good job had dot com click on the email Lincoln center right over okay Saddam from Kalamazoo and you'll notice all right robin is how bout that Kerry that's awesome had a baby would wake up with new with tags he and how's your marker the time marker and any religion ball boys we had a good time we had a good time there is a end of the year blooper tape that we made on channel three that year that was never a would never be seen by the public I don't think of it maybe they posted on a Facebook site now but it's really pretty funny I like to say that it wasn't really got to look for is like the morning show none of them now you show actually did a little skit okay there was a disk it we're making fun of ourselves it was hilarious I was of course the big giant ego we really played on and was yeah it was very funny I'm afraid to show it to you as a very young and impressionable I had not been solely by the lucky you none of this happened really thank you very well how the show to use of yeah I want to see that let me go go back to the full life is going to be Kyle in Austin Kyle talk to me yes she the first thing that came to my mind yeah Jones she's a modern day John why but as long as she takes the first step the right and that will take you cal you're right those who don't know Jim Jones a what he called Jonestown yeah he was the leader of of these people are called and he killed eight or nine hundred people by making them drink literally drink poison Kool aid they all would drink it go lay down and die and then by the end of it he ended up dead too but you'll notice he didn't forget first and it's always what it is like what you're about murder suicide and I think this is a valid comparison you know I've always said only to commit suicide I don't you to die but if you're planning on killing other people then killing yourself do the last the first because that would make the world a better place this woman is advocating for people to stop what we want the human race to be extinct and she's in the human race that's the the the clear sign shes crazy she is no less crazy than Jim Jones was you remember that in a guy over that yeah I do and the world was we saw the pictures of it was nuts I end and you just couldn't wrap your brain around it but again let me say this again if you're the leader of a cult that thing so your people need all die to get some sort of freedom lead the way die first and then maybe we could save some lives because they're not gonna drink the Kool aid and this is what is what is the one that she's going to call it it is eight nine four one tags eight eight nine four one seven two four seven job had dot com well we take a break we're gonna come back and have chip royal and district twenty one Republican the great state of Texas gonna talk about impeachment can the the present record be expunged can that happen also we're gonna talk about the budget give her books about the budget for me yet we'll dive into that when we come back there W. 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"little village" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:07 min | 11 months ago

"little village" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Sixth street in little village she was struck twice and is in critical condition of Strozier goggle police sergeant Rocco alley Odum says enough is enough this is not acceptable to a seven year old girl extra treating with our family out here and I have to be a shot because our group of guys won a one issue that another mail while well there is a street full of kids trick or treat police say they're asking the community for what ever they know about what happened the Julia diss facing a lawsuit alleging that didn't investigate or protect disabled people from father Richard Jacqueline the sixty seven year old priest was charged with a crime two years ago prosecutors say that a nurse walked in on him performing a sex act on a thirty year old thirty nine year old intellectually disabled and paralyzed man who was living at the Shapiro development center with the impeachment guidelines vote in the books now well what happens next get the answer from ABC's at the field after weeks of close depositions public impeachment hearings could happen as soon as mid November all likely broadcast live were Americans will hear the evidence of the side of the president's call and actions on Ukraine were perfect as he claimed Republicans can call their own witnesses with democratic majorities approval and president trump can send his attorneys even be there himself if he chooses investigators looking into a new claim of sexual assault against Jerry Sandusky band status confirm the police are investigating a report of the lash football building that's on campus sometime between June of two thousand in September of twenty ten five university of California at Irvine men facing misdemeanor charges tied to the drinking death of a fraternity brother if they're convicted they could face a maximum of either eighteen months or six months in prison prosecutors say the law bars them from seeking any stiffer punishment fifteen days of the big airlines eleven days of no classes the teachers strike in Chicago is over we'll go back to work tomorrow bear lorry Lightfoot was a hard fought.

"little village" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"little village" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

"Very excited to be here talking early appear. We're actually you from you're not actually from London England are you from the south? So it's just south of London about an hour south on the south coast. Grownup brought up a little village apparently country pub, so I grew up in an environment where most nights people were drinking too much getting into fights. And my dad having to throw them into the street. So you know, how to bruising upbringing, but you think you are. I should have been in my village in those early years in England most of my life right today. Made that filling low of more than three years. You can't come back, in fact and everytime I've been there. Those guys town. They're like legendary folklore, you know, they remember the path to tough bad men in real bare knuckle fighting now, we're relational warriors is if the me absolutely most Britons are up for scrap if you feed the member who your foot Caesar who you're for do you see the foot the memory? Yes. Yes. I do remember that. Yeah. Yeah. We listen Mike in. I mean in Britain, Mike is absolute Aiko. Yeah. I mean, I remember you going down the last time, you came over our mobile, I think you went down to Brixton or somewhere with that craving, and the it was honesty. It was as if Mandela gone down. It was nuts. But I remember thinking that was really it was a really interesting thing to watch to see someone let you down there, and the crowds that came out very powerful to me that was overwhelming to me that town life obey. You know? I was just one was the I dunno frightened. And the what time. But at least it's crazy because we had a funny spring. I used to run a newspaper Daily Mirror one of the big paper. And when you foot Julius Francis. Do you remember that Judas Francis? Was it wasn't a great fun that to be honest. Frank Warren is set up his fight with you and Julius Francis. So I rang Franken I said look is there any sponsorship available on Julius Francis. Oh, yeah. Thirty. So he's he said he said, well, what do you mean? What are you thinking? He said I said, well has anybody as anybody sponsored the seat of his pants and the soles of his Venus shoe soles of his shoes. So Frank because what are you? What are you getting look if we would offer twenty thousand pounds could we put the Daily Mirror logo on his backside and on the soles of his feet 'cause I've got a fading. We're gonna be seeing a love of that on TV. And the funny thing was it was airing a Sky Sports, which is Rupert Murdoch who with a rival newspaper group as well. Because they had the some so Julius Francis gets in against and I get live..

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"little village" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"little village" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Seila is with the little village solidarity network, even those that are held in the slightly nicer places, those lately nicer places the history of investigations of abuse and so forth. So how much nicer they are. I don't believe them. They say they're nicer for Seila says the church isn't doing enough and says the archdiocese should use its money and influence to get the policy changed. WBZ Emma's reached out to Maryville in the archdiocese for comment a serious crash on the Edens expressway today near Northbrook, Illinois, state, police, say five vehicles were involved in at least five people were taken in critical condition to area hospitals. The crash happened on I ninety four eastbound at mile marker twenty six point five south fixed in Rhode it happened shortly after two pm initial reports say the driver of. A semi truck failed to stop striking four passenger vehicles that were stopped in traffic, a mother gave birth to a healthy baby girl this morning with assistance from Chicago police officers the car she was in pulled up to the third district. Police station at seventy forty south cottage grove at about seven AM man said his daughter was giving birth. One of these Chicago police officers who helped deliver the baby calls the situation surreal. It was more so instinctive for me to react, especially seeing that. I just recently became a new mom myself. So at practically new what's expected at that time, the mother and baby girl were taken to Comber children's hospital. You can sign up for regular news updates and breaking news alerts at WBZ, NewsRadio dot com. Just click on the sign up link in the upper left corner of any page. WBZ news time eleven oh. Traffic and weather together on the eight good evening meal. Furio yuping. Miriam high all will look on the expressways a couple delays. Nothing major. We had some pretty heavy delays earlier this. Evening. A lot of people with the holiday, but the Edens has cleared up. It's only nineteen minutes in either direction between lake cook. In the Kennedy junction, the Kennedy coming in at twenty from O'Hare ten off the Edens. Same travel time up on the express lanes are up on eight minutes. I would ninety the extension is moving. Well, the Eisenhower heavy approaching the Jayme bird interchange. Thirty-one in for three ninety at eighteen in for Mannheim up on his delay free. As it takes you sixteen to Mannheim and twenty nine minutes to route three ninety. The Stevenson looks good at thirty minutes either way between the veterans tollway lakeshore drive. No, I fifty five delays to the suburbs. The inbound side of the Ryan slow past eighteen to the burn interchange in eighteen minutes from ninety fifth fifty seven the Ford. Look good fills lakeshore drive the tollways refine. That's the tri-state Jane Addams, the Reagan the veterans route fifty three is clear so is route three ninety eighty movie well through Joliet. Eighty ninety four look straight as you make your way through northwest, Indiana. The Indiana toll road westbound roadwork delays from Indianapolis boulevard over to the West Point toll. It's always great to hear from you with a tip. Call the WBZ Art Van traffic tip line. Eight five five seven eighty road. Eight five five seven eighty seven six to three. Also, you can follow us on Twitter at WBZ seven eighty traffic and find us on the radio dot com app. Get traffic and weather together on the eighth every ten minutes on NewsRadio seven hundred and one five point one FM. Thank you on their forecast for tonight, partly cloudy, comfortable,.

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"little village" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"little village" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Sacramento avenue in the little village neighborhood investigators say, they found. No working smoke detectors in a statement mayor Emanuel, praise the firefighters who responded to the blaze and said the, city shares the grief, of those who lost loved ones seventy news time five oh traffic and weather together on the aids the morning to beau Duran completion issue starting out on the, south side on the outbound side of the Dan Ryan. The express lanes remain closed from forty third. To Garfield that is, because of an ongoing police investigation and because of that now red. Line service has been suspended between thirty fifth and sixty ninth as police. Are continue that. Investigation onto. The red line tracks now so, Redline, services now down in addition to the outbound express Lane's the local lanes. Are still open on the outside of the Dan Ryan if using the red line shuttle bus service has been added to accommodate you or you could use the green line instead on the Edens inbound nineteen minutes lake, cook and of the Kennedy nineteen back. Out the Kennedy inbound twenty minutes. From O'Hare to downtown Just ten in from the junction. It's a twenty, minute drive out to a hair Eisenhower on the end and the outbound sides all clear twenty nine minutes between route three ninety sixteen in and out for Mannheim Stevenson inbound now at thirty two minutes from three fifty five to lakeshore drive twenty two. From the tri-state thirty minutes out to three fifty five the Dan Ryan inbound at just fifteen minutes. From ninety fifth downtown as I mentioned the outbound express Lane's closed from forty third to Garfield, the local. Lanes are still up in no major delays travel, time wise because of that fifty seven and the Bishop Puerto, both clear lake shore, drive so far so good but you do have the new construction setup with two left lanes closed between grand park and north avenue that closure until October six, and we'll be watching that throughout the day was going. To the traffic story throughout this week the. Tri-state toy along with, the, atoms Reagan and three fifty five or all looking okay no. Major route fifty three or eighty issues in northwest Indiana eighty ninety four. I sixty five. And the. Toll road or I'll check in, just, fine get traffic and weather together on the eighth every ten minutes on..

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"little village" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"little village" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Nine one six twenty this little village in Greenland called innocent innocent Zoot. Greenland's only about one hundred sixty nine people live in this village but this. NASA iceberg, has been threatening the coast of this little village this in yeah and when you do text that. Link it does show, how the iceberg, is moving and, Jane the time lapse that they. Do on it shows the iceberg, moving significantly it's shocking and it's how close it is to the coastline of of Greenland in fact a number of these villagers had to be evacuated. Because they weren't certain Exactly what was going. To happen with us now is. This. The same village that, had a chunk of that iceberg fall off and it was threatening the Sudani as. As soon army well they were worried because, there are cracks in this? Iceberg and because of. Its close proximity to the shore they weren't sure if like you. Said if a chunk might fall off and or even just fall on land. The thing is. Massive you really need to to see it to appreciate just how large this iceberg is again you can see the video we'll send you the link text the word iceberg icy, e., b. e. r. g. to the talk and text line at four one four seven nine nine one six twenty now one of the officials in, Greenland says that it looks like right now it's moving north so that's a good. Thing. That is a good thing but you, don't know how long that's going to be moving north. It can shifted at any minute absolutely and they have said certainly because. Of where they are situated in the world icebergs are not that unusual they. Have certainly, had them pass by before but what makes this one so unique is Really the size of it because it's. Massive and if a chunk of this, would fall off they're concerned that this could cause severe damage as you, said possibly an enormous. Wave crossing cry crashing across the show right and you said some residents have been. Evacuated, obviously one hundred sixty nine. Residents it's not a large community but these people, will probably live there their whole lives you got to think about that they're uprooting, everything, that, they know and, moving closer. Inland, so this doesn't affect them but it's horrible well for right now it's moving away so, that's good but there's there's. Still a chance the winds, change and the if the direction changes that it could come back. And and threatens this village of. In. In Greenland but take, a look at it certainly make you appreciate the power of nature text iceberg to. The echinacea talk and text line at four, one four seven nine nine? One six twenty WTMJ breaking news center I'm Debbie Lazaga this is. A WTMJ Paul w. I, dot com timesaver..

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"little village" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"little village" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Not really passed so it makes little village just doesn't commit to for me sixty minute now really winding way through the full in defense goodfeet ballance i mean he's just don't fall into ruins a room going to make a good save really involved in this one volley hits the hand of dennis annoy no handball from the those enclose that play kind of turns his back i don't think it's a penalty i agree sixty third minute relig going on carney this was only a yellow but guy should have been read oh why right oh right oh it's another one yellow for a door here ready to go yellow why why are you making a challenge late this and then full stretch tricks the weight stri polish through as well eighty nine th minute free kick here snodgrass real good chance for villa fires at wide and boom going to the premier league i i sense that you were set is that a pretty good week party in the family okay i'm here recover hey cool thing over dsp nfc dot com your world cup predictive that's right the group phase all the way to the final you can make your picks and see how you stack up against all your buddies and all the socalled experts here espn se here fail had himself a final just take couple minutes after coming onto the game he does this reaction senate dan says it all boy eventual gamewinner too i'm not normally at fun of these i will tell you that he is.

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"little village" Discussed on 8-Bit Book Club

8-Bit Book Club

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"little village" Discussed on 8-Bit Book Club

"Why does that make you like being on riverdale why does that make you thank you why does that make you like being on riverdale those aren't the greatest in the world you know i know said said specifically cole sprouse but now i have some other feeling and they are the greatest feelings in the world i feel happy and proud and cared for it's great to have feelings for being on riverdale pause for a moment but since i'm not a robot anymore there's something else that i feel too he went on you're right i am just a little tired i think i need a short vacation big daddy sprouse laughed of course colon dylan's browse of course he said now that you've taken care of this we life zack and cody the kids choice or should be saved for quite a while it's time to the suite life on deck golan dylan sprouse started walking thinking about his home as he walks on just keeps me singular thought of his little village in the mountains he thought about how beautiful it looked in the winter this is river del he's thinking he thought of little riverdale archie playing the guitar on state he thought about how beautiful in the winter when archie fell all around about how looked in the fall when archie turned golden in red he's not about how riverdale looked in the summer bracken betty our good friends he thought about how betty or good friends with green everywhere he looked he thought about doing he was there as well i guess he was there in riverdale he looked down on his village from where he's high on a hill it was spring and archie bloomed all over the hillside thang cola dylan's browse took off his helmet and threw it down beanie that looked like a crown thank you cole sprouse took off his beanie that look like a crown and threw it down when he ran down the hill to riverdale straight if when he ran down the hill street toward toward his comfortable little home.

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"little village" Discussed on DLC

DLC

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"little village" Discussed on DLC

"Boll there is a little village carved out of a tree stump were there are these hints at what vis fantasy world was like like for example there are helmets of warriors that are rusted and eu inhuman away or human warrior union seismic them matt mice like have built things inside it because these were cast aside at some long ago battle and abandoned in the mice and the nature and all these other little smaller creatures have sort of just inc that into their buildings all of that says so much it speaks a story all its own in just the design of the world and it's gorgeous it's magical it's storybook and you're so right the other thing that the designers mentioned last week in our discussion was how much they congratulated and and praised their animators just one guy who did all the animation's for quayle while you're right quills animations are so far above and beyond what you normally see from a video game what what we're seeing so much so prevalent and it's great but it's very specific is this very realistic sort of mo capped feeling like an assassin's created on uncharted these games where the movements are very human very realistic very fluid and what you get in in moss is a character that moves like a dawn bleuse movie or a are movie it it it it expresses character through movement rather than trying to create something realistic the way it she'll scamper up you you tell her to jump and she'll sort of role and and scamper up the side of.

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"little village" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"little village" Discussed on Science for the People

"So i read and he stayed with her grandmother ana other family members and we talk to women in this tiny little village in india and so were were saying you know tell us about your menopause and they would look at us and say and talk about their menstruation for talk about their breast feeding or talk about their child birth and we'd say okay that's great interesting thank you tell us about your menopause and they would just look at us because they had nothing to say it was such a nonevent in their life and then it became certain money because here we were coming from the united states looking for something that they didn't have to offer in a sense and we only met one woman who even had an idea of what we thought of what a hot flashes are and i mean even what we learned in bangladesh is that when we just crime hot flashes to a study participant we need to be careful because in bangladesh they would say well what do you mean by hot flash and they're the words were goram bob laga something uh i mean that's but it looks like on paper goram mob log means feeling steaming hot and we would reestablish and well it's it's sort of sheer sort of in a center the chest he goes up your knack and it's in bald faced and they would all just looking nod politely at us an and then we had them to raw on a body diagram where they felt their hot flashes and the sixty eight percent of the women put their hot flashes on the top of their head and here in the united states we almost never talk about hot flashes on the top of the head but they actually also talked about hot flashes as the feeling of smoke coming from the top of their head so they were experiencing these hot flag.

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"little village" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"little village" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Pick from me the highlight was one of the boat trips the dawn or the dusko trip veritas say i also really love watching the sunset over the and the little hill behind the house that we stated in rajistan in the little village i thought that was little villager for those people a little little village july indian standard by in it by indian standards the little village of five thousand people there are towns very close to where i grew up that were much much smaller than that i think one of the reasons that was a highlight for me is because i didn't expect to climb standards in india that is not something i expected i think because we had spent so much time in urban environments and they had been incredible it was a real bomb to be able to get out into nature a little bit to start to feel like things were a little bit more relaxed like the pace slowed down just that little bit more and and to get a chance to just because nobody was honking at us nobody was hugging at us nobody was hassling us like you could stand still road five minutes and not be bombarded with people the nice way wedding to take your selfie or even just sort of being jostled around gruber proven i think i really appreciated that at a chance to see the countryside a little bit which we hadn't really done yet on that trip and so that was that was something i really enjoyed a usaid people take yourself he how many times did it happen how many sophie's did you take with people from india it only happened to be once but it happened to like a dozen school kids on a field trip it depended on my mid whether or not i let them do it i probably got stopped a couple a dozen times at at at the bigger monuments skin moscow that we went to in dili it delhi it felt like it was every five steps and said what was the same thing at the taj mahal and baranovsky not so bad in jayapura.

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"little village" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"little village" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In there baghdad little village in the countryside that only appeared one day a year and there's a love story connected with it but sometimes i cannot have the sense that our summer esperanto gatherings are a little bit like that we go away promote severe and then during the week to week we come back and we get together and we have faced of these interactions and and it is very sweet sweet is a good word for it a lot of us rantiss described their community as a kind of stanley somewhat ironic he has de joke among esperon contest is that many styles is don't share the language so they're actual every day family might not know esperanto at all and yet if i were in a group like this and i needed somebody to hold my wallet with all my money in it i would hand into an as for honest her and full confidence whenever i came back they would headed back to me the my my name's doug i have at level of confidence and trust in the in the people i know welcome to weaken peashooter city he national congress is a combination of socializing workshops and seminars and deduce of admin meetings about running the usa association this year there were about seventy attendees with guess flying in from canada the netherlands and elsewhere and about one thousand streaming from facebook live for the past several years the national congress has been followed by an eight day esperanto summer chorus where people can learn the language this year they had fifty eight students both events are held at william peace a fitting home for language born with the goal of world unity that internal idea of esperanto or what s pontas call lie in tara not be deo part in my accent was originally rooted in jewish universal azzam and remain connecting thread but being the fickle creative creatures that they are it's been adapted throughout history very different japan's uh uh the history of esperanto involves socialists narrowly 1920s who wanted to use as brought her to further the goals of socialism that's esther shore english professor and esperanto scholar at princeton university we spoke a few weeks before the congress it involves bolshevism of the.

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"little village" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"little village" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"So to just make a surprise but to protect the would gains wetering than what i wanted to do here francis tells a bit more of a new eu aborting bukina false with tell us what were you basin in which sort of projects are you usually involved i was born in burkina fasso in west africa in the little village i'm so i got to scholarship to go to germany to study and so i studied architecture unto starting to build ima home village started at a student to build a school to to to create an access for many media either kits to education and sold by korea was was started without knowing yet that it will bring me to what london i am still working a lot in burkina fasso in many other places in africa but as in the west and were economically seen in european immunity car and then some ideas coming from china to finally being from burkina fasso diffult that you have yet to represent your country kind of every single known from brazil if you feel the same way as well as you can of an investigator for your country noah's somehow coming from a given country you are always present at you for that culture for that country i was happy enough to go to school and to learn to to attend education and into to become an architect and to breach britsh to western were with my home country so it creates something new something modern made out of my profession saw.

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