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"logan square" Discussed on 5 Things
"Reporters grace hawk and christine fernando covered protests in chicago. This weekend. We spoke yesterday about what they've seen on the ground. Here's that conversation grace christine. What are some standout moments for you from your protest coverage before the big protests last night. The stan moment for me was public speaking with mothers other young people who've died in police shootings in chicago. I feel like this. The adam toledo shooting has dredged up a lot of bad memories for the city because you know police shootings on our new thing to chicago at all. I'm so spoke thursday night with some of them others. I spoke with the mother's of michael wesley and darius necks and they were telling me how much it hurt for them to still be standing there with the same message today. They felt like they had justice for their children. Then then they wouldn't still have to be there. Protesting that day also had a lot of messages of solidarity for adam's mother said that she's a sister now and that they were going to fight for her to So that for the smaller protests before last night those those kind of the stand out moment for me last night. One of the things that stood out to me most was just kind of the calls for solidarity between black and brown communities was a huge part of it though is a lot of no chance leg. Black and brown united will never be divided. That i heard a lot that was written on a lot of signs as well So there's just a lot of seeing people from communities of color like coming together invoicing those support for atom. Seeing the families who also lost loved ones to see pd in some capacity so last night at the large protests. There were a couple of other families there as well as the family Of a twenty two year. Old man. Anthony alvarez who died a couple of days after adam was killed also in a foot chase and his family said that by seeing adams video The police bodycam video of atoms shooting. They were able to have the strength to come out to protest and speak out about what happened to anthony and just seeing them all standing up there kind of holding back tears. There were at least seven of them and his cousin was the one who spoke. There was a toddler standing with them. There were two other kids up there and they were just holding these pictures of them with anthony and so just really feeling this entire community morning. Not just adam to leto but all these other people that chicago has lost in recent days in recent years and that has always been a facet of chicago protests and demonstrations is not just talking about one specific loss but also how communities have affected for a very long time We even had from. Jon burge tortured victim last night too. So people and organizers really trying to draw attention to along legacy of hurt by chicago police department going off. christine's point about Just solidarity organizers were mostly youth who were leading this which is common in chicago and they're very overt about talking about solidarity when we got to the end last night after walking for about four hours circling back to logan square park. One of the last things in organizers said before telling everyone buddy up go home find someone to give you. A ride was to say all of our latino brothers and sisters here look around and see how many black and indigenous folks came out to support you And that was this really like capstone moment. I think of the night before everyone started to disperse and it was only after that that there were some skirmishes with chicago. Police officers. Tell us about the crowd that gathered friday night. Yeah i think. I was struck by the mothers and fathers carrying toddlers mo we. We marched for hours And so just to see these. These families carrying their children walking hand in hand with their children. Children holding photos of people they have lost unfortunately is not an uncommon sight. Here in chicago but christine. I know you talked a lot with Mothers and fathers personally definitely. I think it was definitely a moment. Where a lot of mothers and fathers were trying to educate their children about what was going on like the reality of police shootings in chicago. Like i interviewed one man who had his five-year one of five year olds on his shoulders. Who was carrying assigned that he made and then another one was holding his hand and who is also carrying another sign. Kind of asking him about how he's been talking to his five year olds about you know. Something is a very heavy so he was talking about. How how it has been difficult. How of course he leaves out. Some details. wants to wait till they're older until like giving them the full reality but from a young age she really wants them to understand these issues of justice in the community. There's also one mother who i spoke with kind of heard her walking around with her daughter and explaining all the signs because daughter couldn't read yet so she was reading all the signs to then. The daughter was like what does that one say. And like why why did you. Why are they saying s. Why are they saying that so she. The mom was like really taking the time to like explain to her child. What each of these times said and what they meant and the story behind them as well so those really like interesting powerful to see schorr. What are protesters saying about the bodycam footage and statements made by police before that footage was released. Yeah so christina. And i put out a piece last night Before the the protest about the time line of how that city and police narrative has changed since march twenty nine th and that hours after the shooting took place march twenty ninth Chicago police label this incident and armed. Confrontation we now know from the video. That while adam may have had a gun at some point that night as he was running from the officer thirty four year. Old eric stolman. He likely through it behind fence..
"logan square" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"I'm Brian Clark. A national embarrassment is how President Biden described the number of mass shootings in the United States, telling reporters Friday. There's a mass shooting every day. He also urged action. I strongly support The universal background checks, which I continue to push. Congress has to step up and act. The Senate has to act. Speaking a day after eight people were shot and killed today FedEx facility in Indianapolis, and authorities say the shooter had prior encounters with law enforcement. Police said Brandon Hole, appeared in their records twice, including once in March of last year, when his mother contacted law enforcement to report he might try suicide by cop. The FBI said a shotgun was seized at his home and agents interviewed him ultimately finding no violent ideology and no criminal violation. The gun was not returned. Whole used a different rifle to shoot and kill eight people at the FedEx warehouse where he used to work until sometime last year. Police said. They found him dead of a self inflicted gunshot. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News In Chicago's Logan Square Park Friday, There was a rally for Adam to Lehto, the 13 year old fatally shot by police last month. Nobody the served to die at the hands of the police, but it's especially not kids. Rally came after Chicago police released body camera video showing a chase and an officer tell to later to put up his hands and then shooting him. Police say a gun was recovered at the scene. The U. S. Is now administered more than 200 million doses of Corona virus vaccine. But the paws on Johnson and Johnson's vaccine remains in effect. Dr. Jose Romero, chair of the CDC advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, says. We want this to be a pause long enough to get the answer to get come to a conclusion that is reasonably scientifically based. But not long enough. So that we can erode confidence in this vaccine. The global death toll from covert 19 now exceeds three million people. You're listening. To.
Protesters March In Logan Square to Demand Justice for Adam Toledo
"Demonstrators demanding police reform. Gathered after body camera footage was released showing that an officer fatally shot a 13 year old boy last month. This happened less than a second after the boy Adam Too late, Oh, appeared to drop a gun on raised his hands, and it comes at a time of high tension in the United States about police killings. BBC's Barbara Platt Usher was there. E. C. You have a sign that says Chicago police murdered a child. It was a trial 13 years old. That's a kid. You know what I mean? On. Did we let this go? Who knows what else than you know? Transpire if they go on chat. What did you think about the part of the video where the policeman was upset and trying to revive the child? Did you feel anything from that? Little too late? It's like, OK, you shot him in the chest, like Are you all right? Come on. You kidding me? So it's just like what? At first think later. I don't think that's not supposed to work. He shot me. We should stay with me. Stay with you. All right, Temple, get an ambulance Throwing the body camera footage shows Officer Eric Stillman frantically trying to get medical help for the 13 year old boy. But it also shows that the teenager did not have a gun in his hands when he was shot. I'm walking down the alleyway where the policemen chased Adam Toledo. This is the spot where he stopped and we saw in the video turned around with his hands up and was shot. Now there are some candles here. Some flowers have been laid. On a local artist has painted a mural of Angel Wings. It says. Long live, Adam, You know, he's
"logan square" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I'm David Juan. The news is sponsored by per Maciel basement systems. Chicago Police have filed charges against the person accused of shooting an officer yesterday. That story coming up. First a look. A W G and traffic A number of items out there. First off on the tristate Ah, vehicle Fire is blocking the two right lanes on the tri state North Bonded Ogden Avenue. It's stop and go traffic from 47th Street. On the Kennedy stop and go inbound between Chicago Avenue and the broom interchange. The Eisenhower is stop and go inbound between 17th Avenue and Harlem because of an earlier crash on the ramp to Harlem and on the Dan Ryan, we have slowed traffic in bond between 18th and Roosevelt Road. Also a vehicle fire, blocking the left lane on route of 53 North bound. After Higgens Road. The suspect in yesterday's shooting of a Chicago police officer on the West Side has been identified and charged. He is 29 year old Tracy Thomas Jr. Facing five counts of attempted first degree murder. He's accused of firing on five officers responding to reports of gunfire on north across Avenue. Ah female officer was hit in the hand. She was treated and released for Mount Sinai Hospital. Several 100 demonstrators came together in Logan Square yesterday afternoon, They marched through the Northwest side neighborhood demanding an end to racism and violence against people of Asian descent More from WGN Steve Ruxton, the marchers who carried science reading stop hate, and Enough is enough gathered at Illinois Centennial Monument, according to the Sun Times, they share their experiences and voice their frustrations after last week's shootings at.
He lost a $22,000 flute on the Blue Line a week ago. Thursday, he got it back and played it for Chicago police.
"Who lost his prized flute while traveling through Chicago, has been reunited with his instrument. Donald Raven played for Chicago police officers who helped him recover the $22,000 flute. He accidentally left it on a blue line train. Last Friday. As he was heading to the airport. Raven asked for help and in a Facebook post, which led to the re union. After leaving the police station. He also stopped to perform at the Logan Square Blue line station. Now we
The 19-year evolution of a retail florist with Kelly Marie Thompson of Chicago-based Fleur Inc.
"I open to flourish in two thousand and two. So that means we're just about to approach our nineteen th anniversary so we're really excited about that It won't be a normal celebration obviously but We're still really excited Yeah i opened. You know back then. I was twenty two years old fresh out of college and studied history. And i had worked in a grocery store So that's where. I really learned my background on floral. And you know. I learned just things like how to pronounce l. strom area or burnham you but i didn't have a huge training or background on. It came to design outside of my art history degree and painting degree. That's just be influencing you all the time just that discipline just cover different medium. Now i do exactly and it's It's really shaped my understanding for color and depth and texture. And i've i bring that with me every every single design Yes i opened up I had a small storefront. I really thought we were going to be a bucket flower shop on because you know boutique florist. Were really thing that long ago at least not in chicago. There were a few but it wasn't as popular of business as it has certainly grown into. No i and i do want to ask you. What do you mean by boutique because Would you know that's a term that means probably a lot different you know definition than what it is today so yeah. That's a great great question. So when i when. I came up with the idea of opening our retail boutique. I knew i wanted us all bucket flowers sort of just hand ties. Ready to go But i definitely wanted to include. Heavy selection of gifts lifestyle goods Even back you know eight nineteen years ago. I always knew that it wasn't just about flowers for me. It was always about bringing people together and gatherings and parties so as we've grown throughout the years our collections have grown and our offerings have grown. And when i'm when i'm purchasing for our retail. I always have in the back of my mind. Like how can this assist in a gathering. How can this assist in communicating and being a part of. You know the other person that i'm inviting into my life. You know Every day so it's it's really You know obviously weddings and special events or celebrations. That bring people together but are boutique is equally as important for that experience as well. So in your product mix you have a more lifestyle items that you think kind of support your flowers and vice versa. Exactly yeah lots of serving pieces for dinner parties A couple of years ago brought in fine jewelry so we now sell engagement rings which is really special part of the process. Wow oh my gosh. That's a that's an endeavor was a scary thing. It was a goal for a very long time of mine. But it's always been a dream to have somebody start their entire process of getting engaged in having flair as part of that story All the way through the last dance when we're able to help service their floral to for their wedding. Oh my goodness so. Are you in the same retail space when you first opened nineteen years ago or have you found expanded on. Come out front. Yeah we've moved twice actually Our first location the building had sold so we had to shift out. That was after. I believe three years and then we moved. We were in our second location for ten And then the landlord actually had just kind of decided they were going to move into a different direction. And honestly at that time. I really thought about closing. It was not my decision to move and there was not a lot of Opportunity in the neighborhood that we were in that i saw that was the right fit for us so i had to make a really big decision of kind of go bigger. Go home If we wanted to continue our retail and special events. And i'm really glad that i kept going with it i. It came very close to say goodbye and to the retail side thing. Oh yeah i was really just. I had a big heart to heart and I drove up to michigan for the night. I'm not too far from us in chicago and drink a little too much wine one night and wrote down all the pros and cons idea. I woke up the next morning. Just ready to go just ready to sign the new lease. I'm so we've actually. We started out with eighteen hundred square feet and we now are between both are retail and our studio. We are thirty three hundred square feet. They're kind of adjacent to each other. Exactly what is it in chicago. The logan square neighborhood on and we've always been in that neighborhood. I was really drawn. I lived in the time when we opened and i was always drawn to it because events cultural diversity and very strong artistic community that both of those still
Chicago residents demand Lightfoot deny General Iron's relocation permit to Southeast Side
"Their community on the Southeast side gathered in Mayor Lightfoot's Logan Square neighborhood yesterday. W GM Steve Ruxton explains why General liar and currently located in Lincoln Park is looking to open a metal recycling facility in south Chicago early next year. Like a park residents are concerned about its impact on air quality. One attendee Oscar Sanchez said. Quote. We deserve to have a life expectancy the same as a north cider RMG, which owns the company says the new facility will meet or exceed city and state regulation. Steve Ruxton, WGN NEWS. There's some good
Man shot to death, woman hurt in Logan Square, Chicago
"The person who shot and killed a man in Logan Square and injured a woman. woman. It It happened happened on on a a busy busy sidewalk sidewalk yesterday yesterday near near Logan Logan Boulevard Boulevard in in Maplewood Maplewood resident resident Martha Martha Tyranny Tyranny was was nearby nearby head. head. Ah, Ah, Perhaps Perhaps I I heard heard about about 10 10 made made up up to to 15 15 shots shots and and disorganized. disorganized. And And then then I I looked looked out out the the kitchen kitchen window window and and I I saw saw two people running down the block. A man died from three gunshot wounds to his chest. A woman was shot in the ankle but is expected to be OK. The shooter got into a vehicle and took off.
Double shooting in Logan Square in broad daylight, Chicago
"Breaking this afternoon. Police are on the scene of a double shooting in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood, according to police. Two people were shot near Maple Wood and Logan Boulevard around 10 30 this morning. The ages in conditions of the people involved are not known. Yet the circumstances surrounding the shooting have not been released, either. This is a developing story. We'll bring you more
Chicago violence: 1-year-old boy killed, mother injured after shots fired into vehicle, police say
"We'll see what happened in Chicago over the weekend. See. Did the cops kill anybody? No. Three kids murdered, though Including a one year old boy in a 10 year old girl. In separate shootings. Guess who killed them? Four Children were among the 65 people shot across Chicago this weekend. 18 of them died. Three Children killed. A weekend gun violence brought Chicago over 300 homicides. So far this year and counting. Last year, the city didn't break 300. Until early August. According to the Sun Times data. A 10 year old girl's fatally shot Saturday when a stray bullet hit her inside a Logan Square home on the northwest side. She was inside the apartment about 9 40. PM When the bullet came through the window and struck her in the head. She was taken to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead hours later. Popo said. The shots may have come from a group of males who began firing it. Another group in the block. Earlier that afternoon, A one year old little boy was killed and his mother wounded in Englewood on the Southside. A woman and her child were driving home from a laundromat. Just after 2 p.m. when a gunman pulled up alongside them in another vehicle and opened fire. The child was struck once in the chest while his mother 22 was grazed on the head. She drove them to ST Bernard Hospital where the child died. Mother was later taken. The University of Chicago Medical Center for treatment in her condition was stabilized. The medical examiner's office identified the little boy a sincere, eh, Gaston. Lived in South Chicago. Earlier that morning, a teenage boy was shot to death in Humboldt Park on the West side and toe. One Douglas 17 was in a large crowd at 11:25 A.m. when he got into an altercation. Someone from the group pulled out a gun. And fired shots.
Students to hold demonstration in Chicago's Logan Square park
"Logan Logan Square Square Park Park this this afternoon. afternoon. They're They're planning planning to to rally rally against against having having police police officers officers in in school. school. In In time. time. Mayor Mayor Lightfoot, Lightfoot, along along with with the U. S Conference of Mayors outlined recommendations for police reforms. Today. The mayor spoke about the golden Policing reform reports are all here to make sure that we had in effect to kids off best practices on a range of these issues that are animating this discussion nationally around police reform, and Rachel just the effort was launched in the wake of the George Floyd murder. Baldermann Brendan
"logan square" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"There's a guy in Logan Square who's turned his front yard into a weekly jazz fest. A Labour lovey says We'll talk to him next on Double D. L s traffic. We've got big problems on the inbound Eden's right now with a crash at Dempster. It is one hour from Lake Cook Road to Montrose. They have moved that accident to the right shoulder on the inbound evens outbound. 21 minutes. Montrose too late cooked Kennedy and from O'Hare, 30 for Outbound. 30. Eisenhower in from Thorndale, 33. Outbound is a 43 minute trip. Stevenson in from 3 55 45 minutes. Outbound is a 40 minute ride. Um and we just got word gotten word on the inbound Stevenson of a problem that the display NHS River Bridge a rollover crash, blocking two left lanes. Again. The inbound Stevenson 45 minutes in from North South tollway going back out 40 minutes and there are gay pers looking at the inbound crash on the Stevenson at the display. Nes over Bridge inbound Dan Ryan, 95th on in 16. Outbound is 20. That's traffic from the W. L s a 90 traffic center. Nation like one k stimulus contest, be your summer side Hustle on extra $1000 for red bills, groceries, whatever unit and do whatever you want with it registered a win A W A. L s a m dot com If you're a man aged 45 to 80 with a history of heart disease or stroke, please listen closely to this message. Some men with a history of heart disease or stroke also have low testosterone.
16 Dead, Including 3 Children In Chicago Shootings This Weekend
"Weekend in a row. We've had to tell you about multiple Children being killed by gunfire in Chicago. A total of 16 people killed this weekend. Three of them were Children. Grand total of 63 people shot this weekend and now Group of Chicago business owners are putting up a big part of money to ensure that those shooters of these babies are caught. The youngest victim killed this weekend was 20 month old, sincere gassed in. He was shot in the chest while riding in his car seat near 60th hosted Saturday. His mother was grazed by a bullet as well. 10 year old Lena Nunez died that evening after being hit in the head by a straight bullet. She was inside a second floor apartment in Logan Square when bullets came through the window with a 35 100 block of West Dickins. Police believe the stray bullets came from two groups firing at each other outside. Then there was a 17 year old killed in humble park that same day during a fight. An eight year old girl also shot while sitting inside on the couch and 66 Southwood and West Inglewood. Luckily, she did survive with the graze wound to her head, though. Just last weekend, 106 people shot including three year old Mukai James and 13 year old Ah Marya Jones, both of whom were killed during the deadliest weekend of the year. Newly formed group called I'm Telling Don't Shoot is now offering $50,000 in reward money down Find shooters in the cases of the littlest victims you're talking about Makai insincere put up another 25 final gets going. Put up 100 So you tell me with $100,000. Room, or nobody's going to say to say nothing right? So that
14 people fatally shot over weekend in Chicago
"With more on proposed solutions to the spike in gun violence brandis. Paris by any standard June has been a brutal month for gun violence in Chicago this past weekend alone fourteen people were shot to death in Chicago, including two young children one year old, sincere Gaston in Inglewood and ten year old Lena, numerous and Logan Square this morning. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown spoke about the weekend's violence. are struggled to make sense. Of the reckless gun violence. That continues to take the lives. Of Our young people. Throughout the city. The guns and the cowart. These evil bastards. Behind those guards. Caused the senseless loss. Of Life of life over the past weekend. Tonight as part of WTO firsthand initiative exploring gun violence in Chicago, we take a closer look at what's happening this summer in the city and efforts to curb the violence and he'll communities joining us are Vanessa Perry to reef director of training at the Metropolitan Peace Academy, which trains street outreach workers, Mauricio de as a west side street outreach worker for. Chicago and Ramon Hooks a southside street outreach worker for target area. Development, corporation, Mr Hooks, and Mr which say just graduated from the Metropolitan Police Academy last week. Congrats to the both of you on that and thanks to all of you for joining us. So. Let's let's talk a little bit about the difference in. The some of the numbers from June. Twenty, nineteen to June twenty twenty, so comparing the same time period, June first and June. Twenty second there were two hundred twelve shootings in two thousand, nineteen, compared to three hundred and sixty six shootings in the same time period this year, that's an increase of one hundred and fifty four shootings seventy two percents, if percentages helps, which sounds very significant. Ramon. Let's start with you. Please you do street outreach work in the communities that are most affected by violence. What are your thoughts on why this June has been so violent? Besides the fact that the pandemic that we all been locked down and don't say it has a is. There's no one thing. The fan damage being locked down the social media people been on now making up these coming up with different types of our, no, saying Argh, with people might comment on somebody's Beige, and they don't like it, and you know what I'm saying in his old historical beefs. You know saying India's newbies when someone is shot now. You got a whole nother B is is there's no one thing you know what I'm saying is like we find it all fronts right now. You know what I'm saying. We are here at dawn. Best can and I'm telling week. Is A new. Every day. What are what are your thoughts on why? This June is so violent? Ramon pandemic, just having just these speaking, you know whoever it is. The quarantine the current teeth, keeping people. You don't secluded their. You know their thoughts running you. Everything's. You know bodily. No put them there. WanNa go out, so it's the same thing with the social media. Everything at all comes together because. On the social media especially right during this foreign team is exceeded of past I mean everything goes for one somebody CDs not on I'll reach workers. We try to do what we cannot social lead us to the best of our knowledge, and to get information on there, but one fantasies are part. We can again no more than that so when they come outside especially right now through this space forward. They're getting Tacoma side just a little bit and get the taste of this warm air. People just don't know how to act and then DC one or not in the street and all. This! And we'll have a number. A number of children have been among the victims this month. We've all covered this journalists for some time. was there not code at some point you know between you know for example if you're out on the streets, and you see a member of the opposition with family members. To with hold your fire until they are alone. Did that code not exist and what happened to it, Mauricio. Along generation after generation kids and you know they came about to where they just don't. Like I I look at it, you know they don't respect the code. No more. There's no more law. There's no more respect for the families for children very now it's just about being gung Ho, and whoever's went you? They're going to get shower too, and I. Don't know where it is wh. Where did he? To shoot anybody which you know like. As a former gang member, it was like you didn't do that. You couldn't do none a day couldn't do nothing night. Then you know, and that's breaking respect, and now it's just it's just
$6000 reward offered for information on woman's death by a stray bullet in Chicago
"Of a twenty seven year old woman who was fatally shot Tuesday night on Chicago's northwest side suffering a six thousand dollar reward their father says it happened just after eight near a seven eleven at Fullerton and Francisco that's the Logan square neighborhood her friend turned around to to black black his his bike bike up up his his bicycle bicycle and and he he turned turned back back and and she she was was on on the the ground ground a a bullet bullet had had struck struck my my daughter daughter and and she's she's gone gone now now Chicago Chicago police police say say a a lex about was not the intended target instead that she was hit by a stray bullet she later died at Illinois
Chicago weed dispensary hit by burglars
"Illinois state police are assisting Chicago police after a robbery at a cannabis shop in the city's Logan square neighborhood happened at moca modern cannabis dispensary here for ten in Milwaukee yesterday no one was heard no product was taken only some cash it's where Paul Toledo is a customer typically the worst kind of as a target for fast is that they're not allowed to process a lot of payments or credit cards a lot of banks won't accept them because they have a lot of cash on them and it's gonna be a good spot to rob for now can we shop owners don't deposit money from sales and banks because cannabis remains illegal at the federal level only a few of those shops are able to deposit in state owned banks
"logan square" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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Burglars Take Cash From Marijuana Dispensary In Logan Square
"The Chicago marijuana dispensary was burglarized this morning in the Logan square neighborhood the burglary was reported at the mocha modern cannabis dispensary in the twenty eight hundred block of west Fullerton Avenue reports say burglars took an undisclosed amount of cash but no marijuana products and investigations under way nobody's in
Chicago marijuana dispensary in Logan Square burglarized
"We still don't know what was taken but Chicago marijuana dispensary was burglarized this morning it happened at the mocha modern cannabis dispensary and the twenty eight hundred block of west Fullerton in the Logan square neighborhood also block club Chicago reported as of noon today all but one of the nine recreational pot dispensaries in the city were closed most because they were wiped out of product only mission south shore was still serving recreational customers at last
Food Neighbourhoods at Chicago, Logan Square
"Logan Square was known as Chicago's hottest neighborhood. We recommend their Sunday brunches and Monday night farm dinners to sambol dishes such as historic inns also features a small six room hotel executive chef maxwell Robbins Serbs creative and honest regional dishes such as American origins and it comes no surprise that many of Chicago's Best Mexican eateries ought to be found here all favorite is meet the guy collected character is fat Rice Macanese Restaurant whose Portuguese meets Cantonese dishes have catapulted the restaurant in the Chicago White Fain we recommend fat varieties signature dish autos Gordo pie tied rice dish with Duck Chili Prawns Char Su pork and eggs you with Salted York custard filling there's no better way to hinder toward than by visiting Revolution Brewing Chicago's most beloved brewery
"logan square" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Party and Logan square neighborhood dozens packing a tiny bar on Chicago's north side to watch the series finale of game of thrones together. Many say they were satisfied. A good way. Some words. Was more of an epilogue than an episode. You know what I mean? The emotional high point was a dog last episodes. A sitcom. Most said they give expected to head the way it did people little side. Ryan burrow, WGN news. Supporters of Roe versus Wade are expected to protest in Chicago later today. WGN Roger badesch rally in the federal plaza downtown is planned for five PM indivisible Chicago ACLU of Illinois. Planned Parenthood, been men for choice and other local groups organized, the rally in the wake of several states passing restricted pro-life abortion laws recently, Roger badesch, WGN rocket landed within the international zone in Baghdad Iraq, not far from the US embassy comes just days after the US evacuated. All of its non essential personnel ABC's, Connor Finnegan covers the State Department, there were no injuries or significant damage. From the low grade rocket according to a State Department official no one has claimed responsibility yet, but the US is taking the incident to warn Iran. The official. Told ABC news. Attacks on US personnel were facilities quote, will be responded to in a decisive manner Connor Finnegan ABC news Washington, the first Republican to call the president's conduct impeachable is Michigan congressman just in wash. It did. So after he tweeted that he had read Muller's redacted report carefully and completely Representative Adam Schiff, democrat says that tweet does not constitute BI partisan support for impeachment. We'll check sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. Froze?.
"logan square" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler
"About today's episode with my good friend, comedian former roommate dairies Kennedy, we ask a spot in Logan square. Twenty five twenty five north central park in two thousand eight four few months and now's before the neighborhood was really poppet wasn't really much going on. Was his place. Heidi Scotty around a corner, our performance sometimes. And and that was about it. It's a good talk to hear from somebody that live with v that I wasn't related to his only a handful of people like that anyways gonna be in Kent Washington out sassy out March twenty third at the limit Hayes comedy festival. We gas sleep mass common. You know that sleep mass merchants common, and we get shirts and and whatnot up on the site t shirts cinema. We got the limit it New Orleans poster from that gig very beautiful poster. And all that. Yeah. Peace out. Check it out later. Dairies Kennedy here. I'm just kidding. Yeah. That's me. And I'm just having to be here comedian dares. Kennedy who had we roommates one of my own only outside of college. I've only had two roommates and you were one of them in that apart. What year was this? I'll douse and eight annual airy to June or July two thousand eight I left before you love this the couple of days when did you get there? Well, he was a are you in the place? Yeah. Yeah. I roomed with my buddy, JIMBO who I knew from high school. I'm saying when did you go to essay, you know? In Chicago in Chicago and number one met through comedy. Okay. God, you never mind, and my buddy JIMBO got a duplex on central park twenty five twenty five say to address because we all live there. Yeah. Twenty five twenty five north central park in Logan square free. That was one that was hood. It's free Nightline. We it was when we had to go wicker to hang out was no like the Milwaukee over. There was nothing that was when the opioid crisis was. Quotations all day. Yeah. It was real as fuck..
"logan square" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Right. Welcome Mark ideal. Mark you very well. Welcome to our show. It's waiting by the phone tell us about I have your Email here. But tell us about your day with amber and tell us everything and where you guys stand as well. All right. I met her at a bar, Logan square. I was thinking about my friend. She was hanging out with her. But we ended up talking. We ended up exchanging numbers were supposed to meet up for drinks. And she didn't show up didn't show. I didn't even show up at all. Now, she won't respond to my call there. My tax or anything. Attractive? She's personable deemed thing. Now, the no show. I don't get it. You know, we're not even talking about getting ghosted after a date like you guys met and talked and planned to date you show up and she doesn't. Good me up. But now, you know now worried I'm wondering if she's okay or married in the witness protection program. Yeah. Well, that's understandable. So that's where we come in. We'll try and caller. I assume you've reached out funny time nothing. Okay. Yeah. So we'll call amber, you'll be on the phone. We'll see if we can get her on the phone, and I don't want you say anything right at I will try and get some info for you. But at some point definitely jumping on a call, and hopefully, we can straighten this whole thing out and get you guys going on another date and pay for it or date. Cool. Thank you. Can you hang on for a second court? We'll come back. We'll do parts you next day Maggie. Yeah. Maggie jingle ball tickets. Okay. You gotta you'll beat the show.
"logan square" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Picking data that you think might be cool as technologist. Yeah. Right. So I mean, there's a lot of information out there, and you gave the example of Tracy Cisco, and I've talked to him a lot over at the Chicago Justice project, and that's an example of this organization that he started that uses a lot of information. And so in Chicago, you think about all the creativity that goes on in the city like this and people have their own projects startups have their own needs for data. And it's not like everyone knows how to do that. So this is a place. A place like the shy hack night here Logan square where people can come and just get advice. Listen to people who do this sort of thing. And and really a lot of it is just the networking aspect. Yeah. I would say that's true. There's a lot of good that happens when a wide variety of people get together in at the at the main event, there's usually like around one hundred sometimes as many as one hundred twenty or thirty people that come the neighborhood of is we've been averaging around thirty people most nights, and it's a bit of a smaller group, but sometimes allows for more informal conversation and field people feel more comfortable connecting with each other. And the whole idea especially in the neighborhood has had a wide variety of different people come in and get exposed to have people in tech be exposed to other people who may be their neighbors and also have people from the community common. Learn a little bit more of the nuts and bolts of like what it looks like to do that type of work whether as a hobby or as a career is there a trend. I mean, is there something that you see more people come to a night like this and ask around about or hey, I'm in the neighborhood. I'm in the market. For fill in the blank. Is there something that is trending right now when you see who's coming to a night like this shack night here, Logan square. I don't know. That's hard for me to say. I might take the question a little too literally. Because of my training is a data scientists but trending, right? Yeah. I mean, we've had eight events in about twenty to thirty people show up all the time. So while most of the time, I don't know if there's the last statistically confident conclusions. We can draw, but it it really kind seems to depend on the night. People come in varies. I would say the biggest variation is the presentation and so like who decided to book and the topic is important. But we have to balance that against like issues that I wanna raise her also share with the community. And then sometimes other groups like tonight where I see stars came. And that was you know, eight to ten people that just showed up together. In a way that I can really predicted. And so that can be really cool, and that seems to happen at the main event and the neighborhood like we just never really know who's gonna show up, but there's always at least three or four people who come and they specifically because we asked them when we go around and do intros we have I have people tell me why they came up what they're hoping to get out of it. And there's plenty of people that like, you know, I came to this event because I didn't want to go downtown. Right. Which is which is cool, which is one of the reasons why I think a neighborhood event. Like, this is is great and is the goal here. To maybe have a night like this where people can come together and talk about the how we can use data to better help ourselves. Maybe to have this all over the city of Chicago different neighborhoods because there's the big one that's at the merchandise mart. I know the night, but this is sort of like a satellite neighborhood one here, Logan square. But do you want to get going in other neighborhoods as well? I would ideally I mean, how can is very much run as a democracy, and we had talked about being in different events having events in different neighborhoods, and we have in the past partner besmirched, Chicago collaborative which meant to became city tack and done themed events in different parts of the city for women's history month for black history month, and we haven't really had a regularly occurring event outside of downtown. But I I see a lotta value in doing that. I started one a little scary because I live in Logan square. And I figured it would be doable for me because we are all on the organization and like the burnout Israel. And so we're here at second shift, which is co working space that my friend Levi started, and it's like five houses down from where I live. And so it was kind of the nuts and bolts for me where it would be easy to find a space that would host us and make it relatively doable to do it on a regular basis. It's only monthly instead of weekly. And the idea is to kind of try that out and hopefully inspire other people to do the same thing and wherever they live in the city. And as soon as we started doing it, we got interest like there's even someone from park who saw that and was interested tonight. There is a gentleman who lives down on believe he's had one hundred twentieth street as interested in trying to start one down there. And. That's that's the hope. That's the goal was that that would inspire that other people looking back like we may need to restructure or tries a different angle a lot of people have been interested inspire, but no one is really kind of stepped up to actually do it. And so we might try to encourage more directly support like meet ups in different parts of the city, but we really just like as an organization have to figure out how to do that. And like this year, despite I I would say we have a higher profile than ever in the city. We've at the same time struggled to raise all the funds that we need for the year. Whether that's to changes in industry or funding patterns. We're not quite sure. But it. Kind of means that we need to think carefully about how we try to push that because we don't just have. Personally, like vast resources to be able to commit to trying stuff. The.
Former Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne dies at 66
"Day that Fiat Chrysler reports quarterly earnings, but that news is overshadowed by the death of the man who saved both companies. Sergio Marchi own an accountant and lawyer who became an auto execs. Who save both Fiat Chrysler has, died he was sixty six the holding company of the family which controls Fiat. In Italy says in a statement unfortunately what. We feared has come to pass Sergio Marchi owned man and friend is. Gone he was. Known for his workaholic. Lifestyle sweaters and. Chain smoking Marsh was named Fiat's chief executive in twenty four after he, was appointed to the board, of that failing. Italian automaker he had worked primarily in. Finance but he rescued Chrysler, from the, brink of liquidation in twenty nine and worked to, deal with the US and Canadian governments to wipe out debt he discussed. The merger in this twenty fifteen interview. With Paul W, Smith and creating monsters, of unmanageable size and proportions I. Think the Fiat Chrysler merger is a classic example of how something can be achieved, transnational not saying that we couldn't have done better than we've done but you've done. Very well I think we've done all right in terms of estate Publishing links across the, globe organization and starting to get the benefits of the coal management of the industrial reality. That we face globally, and then took advantage of the changing tide in the auto market in the US. Which, has seen customers turn to SUV's and. Light trucks marshawn recognize that here's company had. One of the iconic brands Jeep and he wrote Jeep and ram trucks to bankroll the rest of the company. He appointed Michael Manley as they head of Jeep and ram now. Manley has replaced Marcio Marcio was, scheduled to retire in April of next year he was hospitalized in late June for shoulder surgery and what was expected at least publicly to be. A short stay but the surgery was for cancer he suffered a stroke as a result of the surgery and never. Recovered marshy owner and college degrees in Toronto where his family moved from Italy when he. Was, a teenager and at the university of Windsor he later earned, a law degree from York. University the chairman of fiancee's in a statement this morning Says I believe that the best way to honor here's memory is to build on the legacy he left us. Continuing to develop a human values of responsibility and, openness of which he was the most ardent champion Today is. Scheduled, to be the last day of closing arguments in the involuntary manslaughter trial for Michigan health director Nick Lyon in connection with a legion. Airs outbreak which was right about the same time of the Flint water emergency an our man who robbed. A subway restaurant in Oakland County over the weekend has struck again this time in independence township five Lansing women are scheduled to be sentenced today for. Running up illegal operation out. Of a shopping center in, Lansing, they turn the Logan square shopping center according to. The authorities into their own. Private casino responded to a tip and rated the building last July inside they found sixty gambling. Machines fifty one year old lead dang but guilty to. Charge, of conducting a gambling operation the charges a. Tenure felony the other. Four women pled guilty, to misdemeanor charges Thirty-seven-year-old alma shepherd and fifty nine or Krysta Albert could be sentenced up. To two years in prison Twenty-three your angel choke lesson thirty four year old Cynthia Snyder are facing one year sentences All. Are scheduled to be sentenced today in income County Circuit Court gene Fogel WJR news Canada authorities in Toronto now confirm they're investigating possible, terrorism links by the gunman who went on a, shooting spree several days ago in Toronto's greektown area the Danforth. A, former Dearborn man is due in Detroit federal court today to face terrorism charges he was arrested in Syria WJR news time seven zero. Four here's Nick Roddy sports thank you take the Tigers lost the royals five four on Tuesday night the. Final game of that series will be this afternoon with Matt Boyd facing Danny Duffy the New York Yankees have acquired former all star relief pitcher Zach. Britton from the Baltimore Orioles. For three minor leaguers lions, veterans, report to Allen park tomorrow I start of training. Camp that starts on Friday. But defensive end Ziggy Ansah will not be on the field the team is placed on the. Physically unable to perform list he underwent knee surgery earlier. This, spring they also placed rookie fullback Nick Baden. On injured reserve the tornado c. l. And Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones will not report. To camp tomorrow because he wants his contract reworked, Jones has three years left on his current deal I'm Nick. Roddy WJR sports traffic and weather first on the fives up. Next this internet provider promise a lot, let's hear who really delivers,.
Dozens injured during building explosion in Germany
"To celebrate pride and be proud of something and who we are and i think right now especially that's the most important things are nearly a million people attended last year's parade this year as usual the parade will move for montrose and broadway south to diversity and sheridan there will be rolling closures throughout the day there were protests yesterday in chicago and across the country by people that are very upset about the policy of separating children from their parents at the us mexico border in lincoln park father paul semen addressed a rally at saint clements perish shares nothing remotely christian american or morally defensible about a policy that takes children away from their parents and warehouses them in cages sources are now telling abc news republicans in congress are gearing up for revote on legislation that would end the family separations by lifting limits on detaining children abc news chief anchor george stephanopoulos says the bill faces a tough fight on capitol hill i believe that there are enough democrats to filibuster and prevent that from passing because a lot of democrats both inhumane and impractical you can't simply contain families for a long period of time and as you point out the current law says you can't detain children for more than twenty days in fact this week a judge is likely to strike down the president's executive order on those grounds in germany authorities say twenty five people were injured four severely after an explosion destroyed a building in the western city of hooper tall police say the explosion hit the several story building shortly before midnight they're still trying to get the fire under control and investigating the cause of the explosion chicago aldermen are considering paying out six million dollars to settle to lawsuits alleging police misconduct one alleges an officer pointed a gun at a three year old girl the other accuses detectives of ignoring evidence that established a suspects innocence in a nineteen eightyone robbery and gang rape and chicago will open its largest lgbt friendly affordable housing complex on the northwest side it's named after john panakhov an lgbt and human rights advocate from chicago who died in two thousand twelve at age forty seven this building will be in logan square and will contain eighty eight units sports traffic and weather next on wgn welcome to total wine and.
"logan square" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Well you know it's perhaps not coincidental that you know the buildings that are started the communities and words that you're seeing the most demolition out you know buildings at the city has to be either architectural or cultural significance are also the same wards in neighborhoods that are seeing some of the most new construction so for example the forty third war which covers a big section of lincoln park know you're also seeing neighborhoods like the west loop and logan square as well as lakeview are some of the top neighborhoods that are losing again some of these very very rare buildings and you know the survey calls it the cultural resources historic resources survey you know not just historic buildings but you know i think the idea is that these old buildings are actually viewed as resources for the community and you know you look at a neighborhood like the west loop that is seen massive uptick in new construction well you know some developers would say that they were drawn to the neighborhood for its sort of historic charming character the field warehouses and and packing facilities you know some of them many of them have been taken over and transformed into new office space and so you know in some cases you do see buildings adapted at adapted it's called the adaptive reuse unfortunately in other cases you buildings just wholesale demolish obviously it seems that that would be one of the solutions here is to have more of that but in talking with preservationists what do they suggest might be other solutions to stop some of this widespread removal of these buildings preservation would probably tell you that.
"logan square" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Guys are unbelievable you have no response i can't scream i broke the cap by let's go to alex in logan square hey alex hey how's it going buttercup what's up cookie hey so when you're out there in the wilderness a lot of titled snakes you're gonna hear them especially at night and you're gonna just hear a lot of bumps in the night so shot or no shame when you get scared you're going to send windy out there and they're the night to check on the scary noises shots she's claims how much these into the outdoors and you know that i'm a soft city boy yeah there's any noises outside the tent on monday night maybe it's all you can you you wanted this this camping thing i'm in for the hike the camping all mindy gets remember if you see a baby barry don't approach it it's not anthony result and how much you love them unbelievable have a good day hold on i'll send you pizza got it that's pizza worthy that joke at the end that was that was pretty good thanks many three one two three three two three seven seven six how about danny in schamberg this'll be good hey danny how are you sir why are you showing up late to the pre meeting what happened in attacking the day and trust in the system loving the process listen here pal i was not late to the meeting i was so black a liar that's what you're saying we met we had our meeting you walk in at seven fifty four eight o'clock seven four seven late eight anyway are you going to be able to go to michigan yeah we're going to the mission on sunday can i can i do your solid.
"logan square" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Well we have a lot to do on the program this morning and you know this is something that i saw the story earlier in the week and for those of us who live in chicago on some of the neighborhoods in chicago can be congested some thinking of like lincoln park wicker park now i guess logan square these areas even other areas the city and you know traffic is is insane in chicago and we've talked about it and if you're a pedestrian trying to cross the street sometimes it's like rolling the dice sometimes you gotta take your life in your own hands because you don't know if that cross traffic is going to stop and here's the thing they're supposed to stop it is actually a law and in chicago recently the chicago police have set up some checkpoints almost like a like a sting operation where they are just pulling over there observing busy streets to see if people will actually stop for pedestrians who are trying to walk in a crosswalk and if they're not if the traffic does not stop the police will pull those people over and issue them tickets which i think is it makes sense because i mean it's one thing for red lights some people just think stop signs don't apply to them low through the stop sign and a lot of people you know you'll see these crosswalks that have been set up you know with the the whites sort of horizontal lines that go across the street people will still not motorists will still not stop for people who are waiting across the street and that's dangerous it's insane it is insane and it's a state law i believe that the chicago police are cracking down on this but this was enacted across the state frady recently so i i kinda wonder if people know about it i think that that people do they just don't do it there are signs now that say like hey it is the law you cannot just blow through this this crosswalk you have to let the pedestrians cross and the fines can range between fifty and one hundred bucks and last year there were two thousand six hundred two citations for failure to stop for pedestrians in the crosswalk now i think this is a good thing to to crack down on this now that being said if you drive live in the city of chicago a lot of people.
"logan square" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Around thirty on monday a forty percent chance for showers pretty much after four in the afternoon it will be windy with a high near forty eight chapters around the area right now thirty nine at o'hare forty one at midway thirty seven mount prospect thirty eight along the lakefront that's also the lake michigan water temperature wins out of the northeast at fourteen get chicago go news first top of every hour i'm roger badesch on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn thank you seven twenty wgn we're here to set the county comes in we are talking about rum with jillian bill she's one of the founders of tailwinds distillery in plainfield illinois but we are now going to talk about rum fest which is happening april fourteenth at logan square auditorium this is as i mentioned earlier this is the fourth room fest that has come to chicago and these are these are the company that puts on room fest here does the room fest in puerto rico the big national rum fest down there they do it in san francisco los angeles chicago and i believe new york you guys were involved in it last year to what is rome fest because it sounds like i'm just gonna go and just be drinking spirits all day is that kind of guy yeah i mean it's just it's an opportunity for rum's from all over the world to come here to chicago and present their spirits to you and it's fantastic you it really gives the public and opportunity to learn the depth of the craft individual craft by each of these distilleries and learn their stories and i think it just makes drinking their spirits that much greater will be going on for beer for a number of years with the same sort of thing you're going to go round you're going to hear the stories of these brewers and so here at the rim i we get it from distillers.
"logan square" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You know do things a little different than that's this kinda cool that's which that's a chicago spirit i like you do have a like what you say about purple pig now purple pig is number sixteen near north 500 north but but you see the talk in your own words a downtown hustle and bustle it i say well yeah it's it's it's my first recommendation downtown a great advertisement for chicago cooking direct italian tinged and unfussy results are impressive how they handle the neverending stream of diners in a tiny little place that the city restaurant that works and yes yeah those pretty good with my so how do you slot these immediately and you drug home around each year i mean it blackberries number eleven there is that last year that i think it was number two nine or ten i heard here if not anything the blackburn did no it's really did there's no science to the numbers that's that's kind of pretend i think sometimes i put things together just because i like them being next to each other i mean there's like there's a place that has a fancy grill and a barbecue place on the south side and an indian place that has a grill all next to each other ask because i think they pay interesting to think about in compare as you go through the book so yeah don't take the numbers any two seriously now in the back it's interesting like a kind of index thing you have restaurants by location and just glancing at other hot neighborhoods i mean you got allow ladder logan square here and you guys you guys deliver logan square deal that followed the i live in rescue those noone opens a restaurant because they always going to loading swear by now it's i mean there's definitely the west lupin logan square the hot areas there's no question of that but part of the point of book is to explore what there is in in all the neighborhoods you may i find a fancy restaurant a lot of neighborhoods but there's usually something that they do there's there's mexican or chinese or something in that area that's worth checking out i was married once the years ago after we had a nice divorce were still good friends with after a we split up i got a little loft down by vivo vows gay and there's.
"logan square" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That i wanted to implement you know in in the offchance that i'd won they have my own cocktail menu to preside over and i think the luckiest opponent are the greatest part was that the neighborhood with seoul's accepting of the challenges that we were taking or felipe that we are making and yeah it was just like i dunno is i think i was just trying to be in this zone i was very focused i wasn't necessarily thinking about what would play really well to like the majority of the a potential demographic i was just we were making things that we really enjoyed and i think that that is kinda the basis for scuffle a group like setting out to do concepts that we ourselves are really passionate about that that make us happy and the hope is that people responding now is it hard when you're a restaurant group and you've had success was scofflaw and he you wanna do your own projects innocent something that's personal to you and you want to be created by the same time you started in 2012 and lincoln earth in logan square in that that neighborhood as exploded do you say hey you know what this neighborhood needs is a sports bar let's just force bar in on no wants to do sports barbara let's do it meaning these see like the dollar signs in the way that yes you're you're one of the indigenous restaurants of that dining said the new dining seen but you know there is a difference between personal projects and trying to do something that's forever sure i think that's a fair a fair point i think that yet in the beginning you know we followed concepts that i mean i don't i think that even with the moon ladder whereas we saw an opportunity we still are passionate about that concept m a place to watch sports where we gotta get cocktail great beer selection a lotta sauers and obviously excellent food from mickey are chef who is our opening scheffer scarf also the way that it's kind of come full circle has been really nice to see but yeah as far as you know are we more calculating or do we think more of the business side now um i think that we had to learn to run our businesses leaner just to survive um and that's like.
"logan square" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Dollars investments like this one in the logan square neighborhood of chicago played that many may hello into the old community organizer lauren and does his at home in the three bedroom house where she lives with her parents have like the kitchen is a little bit smaller might that just teammates on an egg where they very spicy sas if he can smell it good good see so three bedrooms how many square feet here who batted i've got a question that i don't we're feeling azalina always to look bad whenever we had any worry kind of time it doesn't matter because you have enough space yeah out more than enough the house is modest but it's hers laura in her older brother christian bought it two years ago for about four hundred thousand dollars there was a small desk in one corner of the living room not kind of our work i have a little bit half of like in a friend that's still up from martha's a tribute to our ancestors back in mexico this is like a little alter instead of it up on them worthless as which is a traditional bread that you eat their india the dan i really enjoy it considering that i last saw my grandparents when it's like six several that's when came sell it's just like kind of victory as at all of memories in christian have come a long way from the arizona border where they crossed into this country illegally with their mother in the 1990s they reunited with their father who had already crossed in was working in chicago the siblings are just two of an estimated one hundred and twenty three thousand socalled dreamers who bought their own home since daca began five years ago christian is thirty in a dietician he's been saving for this place since high school id really heavier responsibilities back then i was in pay for any food or or rent or anything like that so i was able to but a waste of money um and there was for the purpose of buying a house you were were seen towards the epitome of the american dream at that point in did you did you even have daca at that women doubts was before the pilgrims sort out of his way before i mean those things that the.
"logan square" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Myself for flights prepare myself for sampling how do you when you're when you're running a mess called barring cafe and there's so many different varieties that you guys are are presenting how was the best way to do that comes down to the knowledge of our of our staff i mean we trained for months before he ever open we constantly train we had a season last week we've had other makers and it's concentrating flood of tasting so there's some perch the job but we do offer flights new no doubt we buried changing all the time whether they're group by spain's or whether they're by certain style of distillation or or similar on lake pairings or or the delineation of flavors but we also just you know you can ask about anyone we have different muskau's upstairsdownstairs we sell them out the door so we've got late lots of different ways to to get moscow or in a cocktail i think the biggest thing is what you know if you want to be an expert you want to come in and nerd out like you can definitely do that down to the craziest tasting though but we don't want it to be like you know you're coming into a library your air that you're intimidated like it's an open thing you know our bartenders are super cool you may know nothing about in leg we love that what are the coolest things i think that we have to go license so you know you like something behind the bar we're pretty much you know one of the only one or two shops in the whole said he maybe the midwest that carry these bottles you you can leave something which i think is really wow that's great kyoto is the mess kawbar cafe and logan square of be asko and dance halls in studio tonight we're talking mexico before i let you guys go i mean you both have had different careers before meskal of course paul you're referenced your background of journalism your at demand for for a long time people know your byline what have on what what's the shift you've got outta in stories about the politics than the and i a got it mussa i love dna employees to work at the daily herald covering crime and i went to dna info during the neighborhood thing all the wild dan i was kind of helping him in the background on a lot of things.