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"los feliz" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Mike Simpson and I'm Karen Adams. Coming up. President Biden gets Senate confirmation for his first Cabinet nominee, Special reports at 4 50. I'm Bloomberg's Mona Rivera. Stocks hitting all time highs after Joe Biden was sworn in that story is coming up in five minutes. L a County health officials say they're trying to make it easier for people 65 over to sign up for coronavirus shots. The story's next 15 minutes 1st 4 45 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the five sponsored by Burlington Denise Fondle, They've gotta Crash and Pasadena slowing your drive on the 2 10 East been righted Hill. And it is there in the left lane. So you do have delays on the eastbound side. As you move through the downtown Pasadena area. They've got a new problem reported on the 91 westbound side. And this is right at the 1 10 at that connector. We've got to stop that car reported in one of the travel lanes. Let's head to Bryan with a wreck on the five in Los Feliz south outside of the five right for you Get to those fields full of I appreciate the tip call. This is gonna be to middle lanes blocked two cars and tipster said the folks were out walking around. That's why your jam from the 1 34 on south. We had earlier problems on that five just past the 1 10. That's clear. About five Still little tough now as you come up to the two, making your way down towards the 10 Freeway from in Santa Fe Springs for the 605 Scott's got Southern California Total dealer 605 Jim Camera. That looks like a hit and run crash. Nurse 605 A telegraph. Little north of the five. Most of that activity over the right shoulder, seeing a little bit of a back up there from the one on five it ahead. Some produce speech from Whittier Boulevard up to about Peck Road, South 65. Not bad at all. Some very minor slowing approaching the five Denise Winter. Well, clue there inside. Now a Burlington, you can shop everything. You love it even bigger markdowns. You can now save up to 70% off other retailers prices.
Slab City - The Last Free Place In America
"Hello, this is Stephanie. And this is cocktails and trivia the show. I talked about Society culture pop culture and a little bit of trivia so that you can have an enlightening conversation. Listen. I am a med researcher when it comes to be doing the research on the topics that you find interesting and giving you that trivia so that you can be intelligent look at Myton and stump your family and friends all at the same time here. We're coming up on the holiday season. So you want to have something to talk about at that dinner table and this is perfect for you. Today. We are talking about something that is really intriguing and interesting and something that's kind of like what I talked about last week when I talked about the Kowloon walled City in Hong Kong this time. I'm talking about a city job. That's in California and the United States of America sit back relax and listen and enjoy my tail about Slab City. I hope that you enjoy it said well, what is Slab City? Where does it all about? It is the last free place on Earth among the desert of Southern California. You will find Slab City Los Feliz.com wrote about it two hundred miles from LA and 150 miles from San Diego in the margins of a county that has the second highest unemployment rate in the country. You are free to resist, but you must adapt on Wikipedia. I found that prior to the United States official entry into World War Two the Marine Corps made a decision to cite a training ground for field and anti-aircraft artillery units to create the training base. 631 Acres were obtained after a construction was completed Camp Dunlap dead. Was commissioned on October 15th. Nineteen forty-two the camp had fully functioning buildings water roads and sewage collections. The base was used for three years during the war but by 1949 military operations at Camp Dunlap had been greatly reduced but a skeleton crew continued on until the base was dismantled and by 1956. Well, all buildings had been dismantled though. They're concrete foundations remained and that is where they got the name Slab City. It was determined. The land was no longer required and the deed did not contain any restrictions. All of the former. Camp Dunlap buildings had been removed. The remaining slaves were not proposed for removal and the Washington Post. I find that since the 1950s Slab City has drawn a variety of people such as anarchists artists drug addicts home. Centrex outcasts retirees and the impoverished that's practically everybody in the whole world and it is a sad truth that the very addictive drug met is fairly common and accounts for much of the crime in Slab City interesting but not altogether that surprising after doing that episode on the Kowloon walled City I learned so much and it is the same type of situation here in Slab City not unlike the Kowloon walled City at all slash city is Lawless talk dirty with crime and Anarchy. It's not pretty and it doesn't bring to it the best elements of society, but it is home year-round for less than 300. No mad, but life is hard rough and scary and the desert campers and old RVs are living quarters for these squatters that don't pay to live on the barren land. That's right. Yep. It is government land that the residents don't have to pay for Slab City is a town with shops and a culture of like-minded people will for the most part and it has the internet cafe where you can charge your electronic devices and sit and have a cup of coffee with your neighbors. This Cafe is the only place around with it. And it's run by solar panels from the same man that runs the internet cafe a tenant of Slab City can watch TV play video games and have a way of the world outside of this desert city up until two hours before the sun sets. That's when the solar panels stop working each tenant as it is with any homeless person and much money in Walled City must find ways to pay for food laundry clothes drinking water and anything for their own Comfort. It doesn't have the modern conveniences that most Americans dead. For granted and the one shower is owned by a man named George the one person in the slabs who has a water tank that he turns on when Neighbors come to take a shower. He charges $3 per person despite not having government officials watching over it. There are helicopters that are really border patrol flying over the city every so often took an eye on the occupants. You see Slab City being only 50 miles away from the Mexican border. That is why they need border patrol. Why would anyone want to live this way though? You say that's all it takes a thick skin to be able to handle the desert life. One of the slabs of the occupants say that it has been amazing living there. When you see Slab City on the videos or pictures of Psalm City. It's hard to imagine anyone living an amazing life there. But these are people that have finally found acceptance and in otherwise cruel world some have had trouble with the law. In prison or can't cope with the outside world. And what about the children of this Lawless City? There are children the few children do attend school and that's their life, but not a lot of investment for them and in the summer at night the occupants get a taste of the world around them. There is great music singing and dancing and the small businesses are open out for the tourists to come by and the tourists are upwards of two thousand people and the summer that want to see and experience a bit of the Lawless ungoverned lifestyle and there is so much to see
"los feliz" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"To keep Fire danger high through today we will see the marine layer come back over the weekend. Temperatures may come down a bit, but no rain from the weather Channel Meteorologist Ray Stage a cane Next 10 70 NewsRadio. Just wanna give you a little bit more information on this fire that's burning in Las villas. Jen was just talking about it. I mean, it's a real mess over there. You've got less feel is closed at Vermont is she was mentioning Maybe Hill Hurst a better alternative, but just a lot of fire trucks out there, and people are getting stuck. A lot of people just kind of waking up to this, so it was overhead and they said originally an apartment complex fire Maybe four stories. Now they're saying complex condo complex fire, But no word on any injuries is yet but just a huge presence from L. A city fire to try to get this out. So that's happening in Los Feliz this morning, and as we get more will pass it on for 38 the merits of the biggest cities here in California, now pushing the governor to get more schools open. The A Big City Mayors coalition, which includes members of L. A Long beach, Anaheim in San Diego in several others say the at home Learning is directly affecting academic performance for the low income, special needs and Struggling students, and it's giving parents from going backto work. Ah, l a mirror, Garcetti says The code shutdown hit those already struggling the hardest and it widen the digital divide. Big city mayors won't Newsome to consider new safety measures to get things moving. Hoping to avoid what's been called a twin dem IQ of the flu and Cove in public health officials focusing on getting some of the most vulnerable residents in L. A county. Vaccinated, skilled nursing facilities are required to offer flu shots to all residents, and they're mandated for employees. Doctor Montu Davis, the.
Los Angeles - Los Feliz apartment building fire knocked down
"Smoke, or maybe seeing some flames in the Las Villas area this morning, Channel five over this, it's a four story apartment building fire. It's almost feels Boulevard not too terribly far from Vermont. But that's what's happening right now over there. So if you're hearing the emergency equipment or smelling smoke things like that four story apartment building In the Los Feliz area this morning. We're monitoring that as well, of course,
"los feliz" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Up after CBS News at the top of the hour. The crime rate is rising in Pasadena. The temperature will be rising in Southern California. Right now it's 4 55 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives years, Maddie Pacheco. A steak junction 1 26 connector to the five North. A truck slammed into some trees knocked over a sign. The driver was injured, and it's a slow drive through the transition west L, A four or five South At Venice. A car spun out ended up along the right shoulder. Also a sluggish drive through the area. A lesion part five north before Stadium way. A three car smash up all in the slow lane, the backup to Los Feliz Boulevard. Actually, backup is not a backup. It actually extends to Los Feliz Boulevard south L. A 1 10 north, just as Lawson Three car smash up the fast lane Taken away. The delays begin at Florence crews working to clear that Sig alert in Saree Does 91 West approaching the 605 multi car collision, fire crews extinguishing a vehicle that was fully engulfed. He slowly and is still blocked. And it's a tough drive from Carmen, Ita. Claremont 10 West Before town, a big rig tangle with a couple of cars. They are all in the carpool lane. This is an injury accident accident and the back up to Indian Hill. You could become a can. Next Traffic tipster gets a call on the cant Ex Valvoline Instant oil change Traffic tip line 323467 10 70. Our next report is at 505. I'm Manny Pacheco. With mohr. Traffic reports more often. K Index 10 70 News Radio Southern California weather We've enjoyed some cooler weather more fall like weather here the last few days, but that's just about over. It's going to warm up tomorrow. We had about the mid eighties for highs around town into the valley areas today tomorrow you could expect.
"los feliz" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Of thousands of people showed up to demand a rollback of mask mandates and other restrictions. Case numbers have been on the rise in Germany. A steak a look. A wreck on the 91. The first one in Riverside is going to be anyone he's found just after Central at the too far wrecked. Just moved it over to the right shoulder. Very little flowing here on the eastbound side now in Corona on the 91 westbound after Lincoln started to clear a wreck here. From lanes also, but your drive is going to be affected right around Grand K. If I and this guy is sponsored by injury attorneys superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff conditions downtown Los Angeles It was so much gloom and doom. Let's give you some good news here getting to downtown Los Angeles. Pretty good right now, especially from the Valley of the South Won won the South five to the 1 10. They're all in pretty good shape. The only exception actually is the North 101 coming up from the East so energy, but That's kind of normal. Now. What is abnormal Strip a crime? A long plane problem, but it got a little better north five and I was born on ly the carpool in the diner. Open all the right lines or shut down the backup. They're starting to go away, but they're still there. The north from language in the North won 70 only from the merge with the north five, the North Laurel five across the valley. It's in fine shape injured in an accident. His superwoman super lawyer dot com Check Ball KF Eye in the sky. Rancho Santa Margherita Report of Stuff and Lane's here to 41 North, found at Los Feliz Boulevard, a mattress to watch for in the left lane. Hey, if I and this guy helps get you there faster, I'm robbing banks. Dodgers beat the Texas Rangers yesterday. 72. Here's Cody Bellenger, giving the team a National league record. Ballenger swings. It's a fly ball to right field gals going back out a room and gone. And the Dodgers of it more home runs that August.
"los feliz" Discussed on Inside Europe
"Massive art deco building. Once employed three thousand people who may trousers for a clothing company that supplied Britain's Royal, family but today one, hundred, seventy privately renting apartments. It was the first flat I moved into after a big break up and it was my first flat in London. I moved in together with friends and we we moved into flat furnished were really able to make kind of our own place so it really felt by code In the decade of the two thousand, eight financial crash, this borough had not had the faucets rising France in Britain. Today, an average one, bedroom, flat cost one, thousand, four, hundred, seventy pounds, rent a month. But at the height of the corona virus crisis macchia discovered despite paying rent on time for so many years the stay here would be short an addiction notice arrived in the matter the beginning of June even though the UK's fiction band would remain in force for months afteh. But even before this, the relationship between tenants on some afoot grove in their landlord have become tense. Marches neighbors mark and Jordan were also served fiction notes demanding that they leave on the twenty first of September. In the meantime they've detailed Patton of anonymous phone calls, harassing incidents and intimidation by security guards who've watched tenants on behalf of tower key the leading agency, which manages the Block Philip Glenville. The mayor of Hackney said, he was appalled by tenants treatments labeling the actions revenge evictions. The eviction notices appear to talk tenants who had written a letter in April signed by a hundred residents at the building requesting to discuss relief measures to help those whose earnings had been hard hit during the dynamic it was within the first few weeks of lockdown. Also that the government started saying, you know that they would like landlords to show compassion and that people should work with their landlords to figure out how they can afford rent while. The frivolous game is getting started and all of that..
"los feliz" Discussed on Ghost Town
"Know some people said, well, it couldn't be the peril sins house because they were Jewish while we have a Christmas tree because like I know plenty of Jewish people selects cultural holidays don't think it means. To be out I'm you're I mean my parents the docks or something or a are they my parents if you a Christmas tree in my parents house, they would throughout. Okay. So I think we'll let my mom's first husband which we didn't know about till. I was in my twenties different story for different PODCAST. But her she I always ask her why they got divorced and they got divorced when she was twenty, seven, twenty, eight she was like he wanted he was Jewish doctor to Oh. She was like he wanted a Christmas tree over Christmas and she could not I mean, her dad is my grandfather, a Holocaust survivor he's an immigrant so I get that hits home but it's an interesting thing with the cultural divide between Jews, my parents and other parents may be these. These they could I mean you know you don't know the the level but then some things are you know there's you could see magazines that are dated in. After nineteen, fifty nine. So. What is actually the Perelman's are not is. Kinda of for debate base photos of some people say we don't know, and also there's a rumor that these people that rented it on the anniversary of the attack. That's when they essentially found out like PS Hewlett. Murder. House, and you drop that influence. They waited. Day literally. Abandoned the house there like word gone out of here, and that's what was left behind maybe I mean no no that makes sense to me to all of this seems pre plausible as to why it's so preserved it's still terrify whatever it is. It's still terrifies me. Rudy and Rica's their son, he inherited the house, but he did not move in and according to the La Times in two thousand nine. I don't know that I want to live there or even stay there in Rica's told them. And he died in two, thousand, fifteen, he had no children. So there was no one to pass it along to and two thousand sixteen it was back on the market and as far as I know and as far as I've seen, it is still on the market avenue I, mean, I'm not versed in looking up Zillow, but it seems like it is on the market and I've seen. Records of the price was three point five, million I looked in our how accurate is just two point five million. Seems like a really good price. Yeah. For this is a hospital so I can't believe some murder person murder person some in true crime enthusiasts, Trent resonator had Ireland man exactly. That's it. Actually, it should be like it should be a celebrity like a kind of Gothi celebrity should get it I believe. Now this kind of crosses crosses world that that Stasi Schroeder from vendor pump rules maybe wanted to buy that house when I was Kinda looking things up and I believe this, the house she was talking about is she wanted to. Get, married there live there whatever it asked. and okay. Yeah. I think that she it seems like her thing that's definitely her thing. I mean, she eventually moved into a house in the hills that had I don't think any haunted history to it, but it had beautiful granite countertops as it should as it should I don't I think..
"los feliz" Discussed on Ghost Town
"If he had a lot of coronaries. Three, the had them because he tried to commit suicide previously a couple of times. So after Judy's out of the House running screaming neighbors, you know from being there and you know I don't know how dense it was, but it's It's colder, SAC which is kind of scary. Itself is yeah. Blocks off but there's houses there. There are. There's also there's a lot of trees it's really private to surprisingly private. It's right nestled into Griffith, Park. It's really old part of town and that is scary too because I think in a lot of, as you couldn't hear like she was lucky that she was heard as she screamed and ran in the house. So when Judy's other siblings woke up her father Harold Peril Sohn said go back to bed. This is a nightmare and then he took. Two doses of Nembutal, an NAMBI empty and then thirty one small white pills, codeine tranquilizers, and was dead before. I, arrived. Pretty good way to go though if you were to choose he's doctor. So he would know that I wonder if there's the stresses of being a doctor in the late fifties I know. There's high suicide rates with dentists, turnover change interesting I that's what I believe. SOMEBODY'S DENTISTS I. Rated suicide from what I remember I don't know why but. He's for that sticking your hands and people's mouths all day I in my mind if you're if you're a white man doctor in the fifties, your God. Whatever you want. But not if you've made some bad decisions yes. Business is this. On well. I always think the nine hundred, Fifty S. Economy wise things are booming, but maybe the late fifty s the sixties times are changing. There's more. Better, doctors more doctors more constitutionally better than this guy. He he prescribed. You know a cigarette for breakfast cereal for lunch and tax for dinner my sensible cigarette. But you love that I actually very into that Diet I I've been smoking a lot lately admittedly and it's Not Good. It's not good for my health. Surprisingly we found Razi. Thank you heard here fodder. For us all we are very brave speaking the controversial truths we've never heard from judy or the kids I believe the aunts. Took care of the other two kids, and there is a letter that previously this at Judy wrote to her aunt says quote family on a merry go round again same problem same worries only tenfold my parents so to speak are in a bind financially. So it's probably weighing pretty heavy. Yeah. Got My current. So to speak like they're barely her parents that soave Dr Yeah and you know I don't know if she's you know she's eighteen Anglia pretty probably Moody Teen Yeah or you know Like anybody any at that age yeah. So the house after. This little break. We're all spending lots of time at home watching, TV making sour dough starters doing some light math. Okay. Maybe not so much the light math. We've a lot more free time on our hands. You know they say about idle hands here's an idea why not keep yourself occupied some entertainment provided by my friends, your friends Adam and Eve I've been a huge fan of them. For years, they have thousands of unique products, selections from vibrators to sexy toys to lube honestly whatever your.
"los feliz" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"It'll make you look good, plus someone will be on my side, but I yell at Mary at her own party. Yeah, and then heather goes. You know what I'm just like really sick of everyone talking about everyone else's relationships and I'm like okay. How long until she brings up Tarek three to one? It's like talking about me and Torek or you and Christian me and Kristen. What do you mean me and Chris Stance while? You know Chris Shell and Mary. We're talking about your relationship I. Mean You know that right were? I mean like that. Maybe Christian was seeing someone before you. I mean you didn't hear that. Were! I like that she's really sick of everyone talking about everyone else's relationships. Fully citing a conversation, she was part about other people's beliefs. In Christine's like there were suggesting that I was the other woman. Excuse me, how would I be the other woman? I mean just because I. Get outta pools in slow motion, and where classic film Vitale clothing does not mean I'm the other woman that it's very serious accusations. that. This isn't my boyfriend that we're talking about Beth FM. Man I'm going to marry bree. It's insulting to him as a man, and it's insulting to me is someone who can walk downstairs backwards. Honestly I seriously can't remember who said what I mean. Look. I've got a lot of mind. I mean tar daughter just had a birthday. Party is brand new mountains in the city I mean I don't know there's a lot, but you know if you know if I found out I if I found out. If Christine found out that I knew about, this conversation didn't tell her I i. don't WanNa. Be in the wrong side of Christine. Yeah, that's coming down the staircase. It was just three girls talking about it. We were looking at that forty three million dollar house applicable in the first episode of the season. Is that what you're talking about? There's like you know what Christine I'm upset for you. Yeah me, too. Because it's pretty city. It is pretty shitty. Which happened here right now? Do you guys know that Mary says she doesn't die it. About that for a second. Can Dan I'm making my moves so now we're at a man, says Amanda and Christine Talking. Where are they I don't know. The office, and so like you guys I went to a listing and I walked myself out of the listing, which was like fucking crazy, because like. I go Mary and I was like married. Break again. We about like do it so then I'm like filthy, but I got in there I mean. Yeah and then I had to call heathers client and ask him to me out a little bit, and like he showed up and I saw them the house. Anyway, you're welcome, Heather. Saw Aaron he's so happy with this house Jay Breath, but he mentioned that the numbers are tight and he's like You're going to need some wiggle I guarantee. You're going to need some wiggle room, so yes, maybe low offer, but he's cash and his thirty day contingency. Is is not going to. I think you know that I I hope you know that it's not going to cut it..
"los feliz" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"I mean literally it's down the street on sunset like take sunset. Park when you get to the. When he gets to the right. And they walk through the House. They're like oh! They just sound like disgusted by every single thing that they see they sound like typical Americans Americans go to a different culture, different country, and like and they're like they patronize the other culture, but being like Oh. This cure so cute. This is thank you so much for this bowl. Thank you. Oh, wow, like you're in Los feels you're must be less. And there's really low hallway and heather's like That's allow tunnel. It would be the perfect house for Britain Jason But the thing is that there when they get into this other room, they all start whispering. They clearly hate the south to like. Yeah, this is so beautiful, but you know I think it's just a little over priced. Yeah! I think it should be two point four. Let's not be too loud. We don't WanNa we don't want it to. We don't want to anger. The native Los Feels Ian over in the other room. I mean I think it is good to go to other areas. I mean who knew Volusia was this far really? Go to the kitchen, and Christine takes a piece of fruit and she's like. Do you think these are good to e at and this is like yeah. Yup. Good dip it out for its good luck and Christine's like Ya in Chinese culture. It's good luck. I love their big takeaways that maybe they might WanNa put a basket of fruit out for open. Snacks. Jason and Brett guess what. Big, bold idea snacks, fruit snacks at open houses. So they go to the backyard and you know. Kind of integrates way, and then they go check out the master bedroom, and they can't get down the stairs from being outside because the outside the backyard you have to go upstairs to look at the view and everything, and they can't walk back down the stairs in Christine House to walk backwards. Yeah. She finally makes it down from this track without like Sherpa, she somehow manages and the like, and then they get to another area and because. I'd like that view the mountains. What mountains are those are? We might have you ever. Have you looked around Los Angeles where we interesting Nevada? There are literally mounted. You Know Mountains. On a Matt rains okay guys. Let's talk about serious things. Mary invited me her Bachelorette. Party and she's never had southern foods so. Sh- less feel is in in the next room. We don't scare away. Hold on one second to Meena Christie inside. Look worse for you. If you don't come, you can show that you're trying..
"los feliz" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"70 news radio Florida's He's a huge spike and confirmed cases of Corona virus. We'll look at that at 5 40 now 5 35 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives. Here's Manny Pacheco. Well, let's begin in Malibu PCH heading south jammed up lots of folks driving down the coast coming back from maybe Santa Barbara. Or maybe enjoying their day at the beach. You are on and off the brakes from Canaan Doom. Two Mescal Canyon crews working to clear that singular in Los feel is five north of Los Feliz Boulevard with a brush fire along the bike path adjacent to the freeway. It was growing so, of course, fire crews there on the scene, the offramp blocked and the back up to high period Montebello, 60 west from Rosemead to Finlay, three lanes taken away until Monday morning for weekend road construction. It's slow from Santa Anita to Paramount. Running Springs Highway 39 from East Fork to the Ranger station at the bottom of the Canyon Forest Rangers shut down the highway for the rest of the day and into the evening, all due to a mountainside fire in the area at Mile Marker 31.3 and as you might expect, Folks getting turned around. So you're Dr is jammed up down the mountain into Azusa, Glendora to 10 West. Just past sunflower. A multi car pile up the fast lane has blocked the delays begin at the 57 our next reporters at 5 45 I'm Manny Particle with Mohr. Traffic reports more often. Ko next 10 70 news radio. Southern California is not going to broil tomorrow like it has this weekend. Cool down will be with us for a few days. It'll be eighties.
"los feliz" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Delaware Lottery. Must be 21 to play well, Ray. Back to 1993 for a moment, shall we? Oh, let's okay. Yeah. That is a great year for Phillies fans. And it was It was one of the greatest, craziest seasons and we're going to talk about one of the greatest, craziest night. Ah, you were pretty much. Where did you go into NFL films at that point? No, I had not. Alright. I still I was still with the paper for three more years. Okay? Oh cheese, Okay. Was that long Were you Were you doing any baseball at that point, a really off off? Oh, no. I mean because of the kind of season that itwas because the Phillies were so hot and there was so much excitement. About? Um, yeah. I mean, it's all hands on deck. So, Yeah, I was down there a fair amount of doing the Phillies because everybody was. I mean, they were the they weren't just the best story in town. They were the best story in baseball. That what they were. It was so much fun because going into the season expectations of them were incredibly low. They had not had a winning season since the early mid eighties. They had a bunch of rag tag guys. Nobody expected Pete and Pavilion and Mariano Duncan and all of that whole crew. Jim Eisenreich. So we had a few weeks ago. Is it tell us your story Rice and do anything and they had some pictures. They had shilling and they had Terry Mulholland and some guys who looked promising Tommy Greene at a figure he had a bigger but going in, but no bigger. It was a good they've got Braves and you know, it was kind of a prospect, but nobody expects anything and then. They get off to this terrific start. And just I'll ask you were trying to get Mitch Williams. For some reason. We can't reach him right now. And hopefully we will because I want to get to the specific game. But let me ask you kind of your sense of What That team was in the excitement it brought that year. Well, everything you said is true. I mean, the expectation for that team was very low at the start of the season. I mean, nobody I mean, everybody just sort of just I was resigned themselves. The fact they're going to be another losing season, probably last place. Ah, it was just a bunch of just a bunch of players were kind of drifters. I mean, guys that kicked around different organizations, but different teams. The farm system wasn't producing much. So you had all of these handed journeymen players that came in and yet as sometimes happens, I mean, it was. You know, there was a really element of kismet, too. The whole family all these guys Had came together and had career years. You know, you didn't when you mentioned Eisenreich, who had been out of baseball and then came back and had a had a terrific year for this team. You know. Darren Daulton became kind of the leader of the team and had had a great year, Len Dykstra. Came in and had I thought he should have been M v p that you're chasing Bonds bonds with the VP. Dykstra had amazing. He absolutely had an amazing year and should have been the MVP. And then you get a guy like you know, Dave scored 100. I'm looking here. He scored 143 runs. He was on. He was on base constantly, constantly. I mean, between the hits and no walks. He was based constantly. And you know, you get a guy like Dave Hollins that nobody really knew who he Waas came in. You just sort of plug him in at third base, and he has a big year. And you're right. Our whole bunch of Pictures like Tommy Greene. No pedigree but comes in and has a big year. Thatyou're Mulholland. Really good. Danny Jackson. The guy they pick up It really did come back here. So it was a year when a whole bunch of guys and you look at the rest of for most of them. You look at the rest of their careers. Not much, but that one year it all clicked. And it all clicked on all across the team was one every so often it happens. And you know what? And they had fun doing it. They were surly bunch, and it was one and I don't want to ruin the moment. But it was one of those things. When you got closer to him, they weren't always this fun and endearing as they were from far away. But that's that's not really the point right now is more media thing. Yeah, absolutely. It was, um And so they get a lead and they start to go into a little bit of a slump during the summer. Ah, and it sets up this weekend 27 years ago this weekend. They have a double header against the Padres. It begins on July. The second And the first game is interrupted three times by rain, five hours and 54 minutes of rainbow like God, Could you imagine being there? I can't imagine. If you're a fan. Chances are you went home? Ifyou're a media guy here, just there. Um And it was a game that that goes the extra innings. The Padres win. Tara Mulholland gets the Los Feliz lose first Game 5 to 2. And then they still have a second game. I don't know if that was supposed to be a fireworks night and they just bag because the weather I don't know, but There's going to be a second game of the doubleheader. Except that the first game ends at 1 10 So the Phillies say to the umpire is like okay when you want to reschedule it, and for whatever reason, the umpire said, Like, No, No, we're we're playing this tonight. So they do and it sets up a game that starts at 1 30 in the morning. Um, and what I remember because I was on radio at the time, not 1 30 in mourning. But I was in the radio in those days. And what I remember is that People start like who were headed home. People who were doing nothing all of a sudden would turn on the radio and heard Harry callous at 1 30 in the morning. And they basically said if you want to come down, you could just come in. And so the crowd started picking up in the middle of the night, right? Correct. Bar is empty. You know, people, whatever got up, decided. Let's go down to the park, right? And they start this game at 1 30 in the morning. There's a great quote from Larry Anderson that said Aah! I figured there was no way R 93 team could lose game starting at 1 30 That was really the peak of our evening. Yeah, it sounds like l a villain and was more than a little bit of truth to that. Oh, absolutely. And so the Phillies trail at five. Nothing going into the bottom of the fourth. Come back to tie the score in the bottom of the eighth. They miss a chance to win it in the ninth. Tommy Greene is in is a pinch runner gets thrown out at the plate, trying to score in a wild pitch. And so it brings it to the 10th. And I guess we don't have Mitch, right? Kevin No way. I'm Mitch. All right, Well, we're open. Have Mitch for this, but we're going to do it without him. Ready? You're going to play the part of Mitch, will you? Okay? Um After the Phillies leave the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth, Mitch Williams that both teams have their closers in its Mitch Williams to the Phillies, Trevor Hoffman for the Padres. Mitch walks the batter and throws a wild pitch in the ninth. That not a surprise gets out of it. In the 10th. There's nobody else, and so in the 10th he throws a good inning and then it's the bottom of the 10th inning. Paid in Kerrville leads off with a walk. Jim Eisenreich Singles kind. I love these names, man. Karen Dalton strikes out against Trevor Hoffman. And with one out to on tie game. Mitch Williams..
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"No All right well. It's fun to talk about Emily Dickinson. And it's especially fund dog bit. Emily Dickinson with someone who spent so much time thinking seriously about her And so I wanted suggest share an emily Dickinson poem. The first one not the first one I ever read but one of the ones where I felt absolutely absolutely electrified by her ability to capture. How what my new mundane experiences actually feel like in one of those ways that does make you feel like Whoa the past? They thought they were in the present All all right. So here's here's an old. Save a narrow fellow in the grass occasionally rides. You may have met him. Did you not got his notice. Instant is the grass divides as with a comb. A spotted shaft is seen and then it closes at your feet eight and opens further on. He likes a boggy Acre. A floor to cool for corn but when a boy and barefoot I more than once at noon have passed I thought a whiplash unb raiding in the sun when stooping to secure it it wrinkled and was gone. Several live nature's people I know and they know me. I feel for them a transport of cordiality. That's missing the last a bit. It is the last. The last line is zero at the bone. Two Zero Ricky iphone the thing that Madrid. Excuse me. This is all apples fall but never met. This fellow attended or alone alone without a tighter breathing and zero at the bone.
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"Hey Beggar which is called. My wars are laid away in books and I think is a really great biography of of her coming of age like her adolescence and growing up with her family and and something about her. I just don't like her basic situation. It just really resonated with me. I was growing up in the Hudson Valley. Stephen and you you look out the window. It looks basically like nineteenth century New England. It's like there was a lot of horses and farms and Barns and I think I felt trapped act like any sort of you know adolescent person does and and I felt like I wanted wanted. You know I think Emily Dickinson's life is kind of defined by this need to find someone who understands her and she never really does like maybe sue comes the closest to understanding her but she. She has fundamentally unrequited life and I guess us that bleakness and that irony of her state of always needing more than she was getting is what made me think that it should be a comedy like that it should be a half hour show and also like what you were saying about her attachment to like seeing the infinite in the small. All right and I I knew I didn't WanNa make like hour long episodes about Emily Dickinson. Because this wasn't like a sweeping epic. This was a girl girl in her room in her house. Like with this tiny little desk on these tiny little pieces of paper but but these huge emotions just like filling the space we can. I just ask one question. Why does she use full sheets of paper? She's constantly writing on scraps. Is that based on history and or some kind of historical paper for shortages. I should be aware of as a Massachusetts or like what was hard to get paper and she saved like she saved weird pieces of paper and wrote on them like she wrote on the back of the candy wrapper or like. There's a note that George Gould The sky who was at Amherst with Austin whose character in the show he he invited her to a candy handy pulling and she saved that piece of paper for twenty years and then like wrote a poem on it twenty years later and you know there's a lot of fascination to the materiality of Dickinson's poems and specifically what she wrote on envelopes and like steamed open the envelopes and folded them out and then wrote like lyrics about bird wings on the wing of the envelope. You know so I mean there's so many ways to look at Dickinson and I do think she is kind of an outsider artist list and you could look at her as like a paper artist like there's all kinds of ways to think about her because she she didn't really see her poems in print so it's not like she really saw her work in books or magazines or newspapers like we think of a published writer and especially actually now like we all just right on computer I mean I barely ever write with a pen on a paper so I see words in print in my head but she saw them in her handwriting in writing and yeah you even use her handwriting wonderfully incredibly distinctive handwriting. These moments rare moments. There's not a lot of scenes of Hailee Steinfeld at a desk scribbling. It's not that classic like I am a writer. Look at me writing sort of story but but at the end of each episode as the poem gave the episode. It's title is red or some part of it is read by Hailee Steinfeld. You see see it appear in Emily's handwriting and I absolutely loved that touch because her handwriting so unforgettable but I have two specific production related questions for you so one of them is. Did you write this four hilly Steinfeld and did you know that you wanted her so about the casting process of that character because it all hangs on that character right. I mean if you don't have the right person is emily in this is dead in the water and the second was about the house because having been to her house and done the great docent tour that they have there I really I mean it looked like you built a replica of the House. So I'm just curious what was was it built set with the steer is next year is in the same place. Yeah Well I I was. I was working on the this show for a long time before it was cast at all so it was like a just an incredible stroke of luck to to get Hayley and I at this report. I mean she's just such a force of nature and fills the space of this role so beautifully and I think also like Haley is is a fundamentally dramatic actor who can be very funny and then also is a musician and music is so important to the show so she's just like a phenomenon and it's incredible to have her in the character and at this point now writing more seasons I am writing it for Haley and for all the other actors who are there which is the greatest luxury because we have such an amazing cast and like hearing their voices and getting to write for them is so cool but but and then as far as production goes so yeah so like the idea was always to be making this perfect Lee research detailed detailed representation but that we were always searching for a way to fill it with like a detail that felt uncannily fresh alive now so for example you know so we went to the Dickinson. Homestead we worked with the museum. They gave us like original blueprints. That people hadn't Dugout Out For years and our production designer based you know the dimensions of the rooms on and I had visited the house too so like when I wrote it I wrote it thinking of the actual house you you know but but then we we like put wallpaper up. That's like totally psychedelic and crazy. and has these prints that just explode and then also like prints on the dresses that are crazy. So there's all this sort of trippy like clashing patterns going on and but so are are interiors. Are we shoot on a sound stage in New York and we have a facade of the first floor of the house and then all the rooms inside inside that we get to see so it is kind of like a dollhouse getting getting to be there on the set huge dollhouse and then we shoot the exteriors at this place called called old bethpage village which is a place in Bethpage Long Island that just is like a nineteenth century preserved period village but we built a matching ching facade of the first floor of the Dickinson House there so the top floors. So it's weird so like when you go to Bethpage you just see a strange like I forgot that the Dickinson's didn't live in like a split level house because it's just like a one floor like it's very weird but and then a lot of blue screen like blooding things out so is going to be now that we know the second season is. Is there going to be a construction of I was. I was going to say that. And then I was like instinctively holding back the spoilers but yeah we have. We have the evergreens in season two which really blows the homestead of water is. It's so wild. Like in season one we off the homestead was like the fanciest thing we'd ever seen now we have the evergreens in which is kind of part of the plot that like the Dickinson start to feel a little bit like keeping up with the Joneses with Austin ensues sues fancy new house next door so if season one is about the patriarchy as what kept emily down. What's keeping her down in season? Two you well I won't. I won't begin my press junket for season two but it does it does it does have to do with with fame because a lot of you've what I'm trying to do again with. The show is really used this to look at where where we are now and where particularly like the millennial or Gen Z.. Generation in is now and I think that it's so interesting that Emily Dickinson wrote so much about fame and attention and the price of fame and publicity versus privacy. And she's almost like the prophet of all of that stuff and you know the instagram's with people having fun or whatever I think that what we what we world perhaps in her continued journey season to come to find that maybe it was emily's own own ambivalent relationship to fame that stopped her from publishing and it. It wasn't just her dad. Saying no emily's instagram would have been mad langourous. Oh my God so language thanks so before we exit the segment. I have to ask what does it feel like to be looking at the screen and say you know what I hear a billy Irish song here and a trillion dollar company goes and gets the billy militia right.
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"It's Thursday November fourteenth two thousand nineteen gene on today's show parasite is a deeply unsettling psychological thriller from the celebrated Director Bong Juninho. It is the first South Korean movie to win. The Palm door can can and for what it's worth. It's making bank globally. We're joined by Justin Chang. The film critic of a film critic the film of the L. A. Times to discuss it and then then it is the peculiar American curse. It's right there in our founding document that we must pursue happiness. What is it about this? Our special national national imperative that imperative that is making us so miserable and then finally the Smart Smart folks at Apple can take a phone turn it into a camera Walkman and everything Bagel. Why can't they joke? I was just nothing. Nothing we wrapping in the back. All right. Well there's a better job coming so get ready. So why can't they take the Belle of amherst and turn it into a foul mouth. Bad ASS ask. Dickinson is a new offering on apple. TV We are joined by its Creator show runner Alena Smith joining me..
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"Prevention technology, there are more exciting midsize cars, but as this category, shrinks, consistency is important. So let's give the Toyota Camry a full five stars with a car. Chronicles? Test drive. I'm Jeff Gilbert. CBS news the pilot who crashed into a Yorba Linda neighborhood had some problems with the FAA story. More news the top of the hour at four o'clock. It's three fifty five. Traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the Pfizer slogan. Davis. This problem on the five north headed through the Griffith park area. Just before you reach the one thousand four it was the truck that hit the center divider left lane was blocked reports of oranges all over the roadway that jammed up the drive from the two as you make your way up toward the Ventura freeway southbound side of the five just. Before the one ten how to crash into the Senate of Arta, that's keeping that traffic slow from Los Feliz boulevard eastbound on the one thousand four just before Figueroa watch for the table in the right lane. They're slow in the drive through eagle rock north and southbound on the one hand the off ramps to hill street are shut down till five. That's for the annual golden dragon parade southbound on the town across from the five making your way into downtown one ten north no better that's jammed through downtown from the ten freeway up toward the one headed downtown wanted. One south that struggles from gaur and you'll make a slow approach toward that one ten northbound one one that's slow from fourth street to the four level. You're going to meet up with some more brake lights from Santa Monica boulevard as you make your way into the coin pass Santa Fe springs. Southbound six zero five just before the five it's a two car wreck pushed to the right shoulder, but still slow coming away from Whittier boulevard on that southbound six zero five locking the Flint rich to ten just before Linda vista. You got to watch out for that chair. It's reported in the right lane. Their state of the left to avoid any slowing had a car into the center divider. Southbound.
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"And weather together every ten minutes on the fives. Brought to you by Exegen. And here is Jennifer. Brought to you by the on the five five southbound we're talking about the Golden State getting away from the one thousand four little heavy a heading into atwater village looks like there's something northbound I was digging through my seat fee, computer. They don't have any reported yet. But it looks like it's just north of the two around Los Feliz before last week fearless around Fletcher, and it's heavy coming up from the ten so there's something working there. If you choose that north one zero one it's still kind of heavy through the downtown slot as well up to about Silverlake. And then then you're gonna with by Dr heading up into the valley south of the four oh five while that's still little talk. Not bad from Burbank. Sepulveda's pass. We also still have our Sigler working on the northbound side of the four zero five north of the ten before Santa Monica boulevard is a stalled rig in the right lane. It's gotta sluggish coming up from century, by the way, the northbound one also I don't see anything reported. But let's have you as well. Still from the one oh five at this time of the morning. Yeah. Still heavy from the one oh five all the way into the downtown slot. The southbound one ten is also pretty jammed from about avenue twenty-six down into downtown. The southbound of the seven ten at willow. That crash was supposed to have cleared unless something else happen and something still there because I can tell you that there's a dark red. I've gone a stringer lights back to the ninety one on that southbound seventy heading down towards the four zero five and the northbound seventeen is still heavy leaving the lobby Tarver heading up towards the four. Oh, five if you can jump over the six or five or even ten one tenth through that area. That's looking good anywhere between the four five and the ninety one for both the six zero five and the one ten we still have our of working on the westbound side of the sixteen west of zoos app. The twenty five thousand pound dump truck apparently spun around facing the wrong way in the carpool and taken them a while to clear because it's so heavy and the back of their is to the sixty seven on that westbound sixty don't.
"los feliz" Discussed on Night Call
"Well, we're following up on the last episode. We put a poll out because as those of us who've listened to last week's episode, no, we had a really scintillating call from a woodworker who wanted to know whether or not he should make an elite aboard out of a possibly haunted and or party to a bloody crime piece of wood that some girls wanted him to. We're going to pay him to make an each board out of and we pulled our listeners on Twitter. We pulled our listeners and then the listeners pulled themselves on Facebook listeners. Thank you for the gas on the fish. We love that you've become a sentient organism, and they were really good options too. So Fraga we go over them tile. Yes, they're better than the Twitter was because you can have the answers be as long as you want on Facebook on Twitter to be super short. So the options were return would too. It's ominous origins then build a week aboard, out of non murder would don't tell them what you did charge them double. Voted for that Bill, the ouija board and accept that you might be cursed, don't build the ouija board or just build toward. There's. Currently return would to. It's ominous. Origins is tied with build the ouija board and accept you might be cursed still beating, don't build it, which was my Molly was against it against it from the beginning. I mean, honestly, I've been thinking about this question. Nobody's asked we, yes, stranger asking strangers. You know the jury's really out some people have very, very strong opinions on not building the board also when you brought in, oh, build it, and then use it to solve the murder, which some people are really swayed by that until go, yeah, you have to build it and it's a moral responsibility Gatien Bryce it. And I think I also realize that in prior night call cannon, we've said that like ghosts won't actually harm you. They just want you to solve the mystery or whatever. Yeah, so maybe that precludes a curse? Yeah. I mean, I think I think listening back to that episode, I was very much compelled by your argument about the tackiness of it. You're hunted by your own tacky. Time, everyone is like, well, I guess it's like you don't have the ouija board in your house, but come on. There's going to be like an ideal heart situation. I'd have to see the would honestly to know how tact say his had a dark stain discoloration on it. It depends on what that means. If it looks obviously like a stain on it, then that's really fucked up and they, I know I know if it's got blood on it. For sure, for sure. Has said it had this coloration on it. What else could he do. The pet for its blood. It's Wadham. Yes, somebody still some milk on the floor like before. I also say that I think for some, maybe this is not correct to think this, but for some reason, it's also like the fact that the murder was so recent that this was like they read about a murder in the newspaper, presumably and then went to the house where it happened. It sounds though like enough time has passed. It's like nobody's ever going to be able to sell this house. People imagine a house. It's like fallen into disrepair. This board at up that has long grass in the front yard, like it's it was recently enough to people remember it, but like it's not like it happened last summer or something. I think it's been a few years. Do you guys about that? That's what I murder house. Yes, I was just thinking about that. Emily may have been on our honeymoon if we talked about this, but there are several murder houses in Los feelers, but I think the one you're talking about Molly is the one that is north of Los Feliz boulevard, the Manson not.