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Appellate Court Gives Upper West Side New York Homeless Men A Temporary Second Chance
"Appellate court is letting around. 200 homeless men remain in an Upper West Side hotel for at least a couple of weeks. The decision temporarily reverses the lower court decision that would have allowed the De Blasio administration to transfer the men downtown. One resident who goes by the name Shams says he's heartened by this development. We've gotten closer to the goal of saying that we do matter that we should be acceptable, not just here but in any community. City spokesman says the residents will be better served at the downtown facility. The city had moved them into the Lucerne hotel over the summer to prevent the spread of covert 19.
Judge Lets City Move Homeless Men Out Of Lucerne Hotel On Upper West Side
"Men living in an Upper West Side hotel have to leave. A judge tossed a controversial lawsuit that tried to block their relocation from the Lucerne Hotel City plan to move them to a hotel downtown. Not let's check
New York Judge Rules Homeless Men Living At Lucerne Must Leave Upper West Side Hotel
"The homeless men at the Lucerne Hotel are getting kicked out, a New York judge ruled today. We have to move out out of their upper West Side hotel. The decision comes about a month after a temporary restraining order was issued, allowing them to stay until a final ruling was made. Some upper West Siders had complained bitterly about an increase in violence, drug use and public urination. After the homeless men moved in. Mayor de Blasio had agreed to move them to a hotel in the financial district. The city had put them in the Lucerne to prevent the spread of the coronavirus that shelters
New York Judge Plans to Rule Monday on Whether Lucerne Residents Can Stay
"Judge has promised to rule later today on whether 230 homeless men can be moved from the Lucerne hotel on the Upper West Side were Radisson in fight. I A man originally moved to the Lucerne in July because of covert concerns at their shelter. Some neighbors have complained about drug use and other quality of life issues some people and find Iran thrilled with the prospect of having them there, either. Lawyers for the city say the men will have more space downtown attorney supposed to the move called the relocation of form of class warfare. They say the men are making progress at the Lucerne and this move would be disruptive.
"lucerne" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"An uber driver, posting YouTube videos of passengers who get into his high priced convertible. Yeah. What do you do later today? Oh, must fast Friday night, Kaya was by himself on the West Side highway when he was sideswiped by two guys on a mope Ed, who beat him up and sped off with the Lambo. Though it took the driver a couple of minutes to figure out how the car works. The thief easily evaded a police tow truck that was following. Eventually, there was an accident and the car was left at a McDonald's in the Bronx. Roger Stern. 10 10 wins in Hell's Kitchen. It's been a contentious issue. There are those who support a group of homeless men being housed in an Upper West Side hotel and a resident group that opposes it. Tomorrow. A judge will hear the case that will determine if the men are allowed to stay there. A rally in support of the homeless at the loot. Lucerne Hotel was held Saturday. Among those in attendance. New York City mayoral candidates Maya Wiley and Diane Morales, borough President Gale Brewer and Lucerne resident Isaiah Thomas. We have not all bad people. As for me, this is like the stepping stone. This is this is a thing that helps me. Last month, A temporary restraining order was granted, allowing the 235 temporary residents. To remain there. Area residents have complained of a decline in their quality of life when the news time 6 50 traffic and AKI weather on the way Next on 10 10 wins. CBS Thursday. Yes, Yes, It's a brand new episode of the Unicorn. I'm so jazzed E mean I expected to be jazz,.
Rally Held In Support Of Homeless Individuals Fighting To Stay At Lucerne Hotel In New York
"It's been a contentious issue. There are those who support a group of homeless men being housed in an Upper West Side hotel and a resident group that opposes it. Tomorrow. A judge will hear the case that will determine if the men are allowed to stay there. A rally in support of the homeless at the loot. Lucerne Hotel was held Saturday. Among those in attendance. New York City mayoral candidates Maya Wiley and Diane Morales, borough President Gale Brewer and Lucerne resident Isaiah Thomas. We have not all bad people. As for me, this is like the stepping stone. This is this is a thing that helps me. Last month, A temporary restraining order was granted, allowing the 235 temporary residents. To remain there. Area residents have complained of a decline in their quality of
"lucerne" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"During these challenging times. The governor also reported nearly 1200 new covert 19 cases today, he says many of those cases are linked to gatherings in private homes. Wednesday's time 5 44. Police say a man pushed a 73 year old woman onto subway tracks at a Brooklyn see station this afternoon after he got into an argument with woman's grandson, who had asked the man to stop smoking. Police officers pulled the woman back onto the platform before any trains arrived. She and her grandson were taken to a hospital with minor injuries. There have been no arrests. Homeless residents being sheltered at the Lucerne hotel on the upper West Side are staying put for now. After a judge blocked the city's plan to move them to the former Radisson Hotel on William Street in the financial district. He calls the judge's decision. A huge relief. Shams is among 240 men who, after two months on the Upper West Side, the city decided should be moved to lower Manhattan. Why would you take that away from us? Put us in a place where you just warehouses in a community that's already overwhelmed with Ah, homeless population. Shams blames the mayor, not upper one side neighbors for the plan to move them out. This is not the full of the community is that the four of project renewal and it definitely is not a full of the resident. The fate of these Lucerne residents will be decided at an emergency hearing November 16th al Jones 10 10 wins news. Our coverage will continue in Justin. Man on 10 10 wins Win Today's time 5 45 Hey, I'm Andy. I'm still not famous, but you might remember that I started Harry's because I was tired of overpaying for razors. It always felt like big brands were taking advantage of us. Every time they improve something back then prices seem to go up at Harry's..
New York Homeless Shelter Residents Seek Court Action To Stay At Lucerne Hotel
"Of a homeless shelter who were moved into a hotel on the Upper West Side because of the pandemic. Don't want to move again going to court so they can stay where they are. Mayor de Blasio had ordered the more than 230 homeless man living at the Lucerne to be transferred. After people in the neighborhood complained about safety issues. They were scheduled to be moved to the Radisson in Find I. Residents of that neighborhood also filed a restraining order to block the move, but a judge deny that request. A
"lucerne" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Three things to know in 9 15 1 Talent Bill High School, the largest school on Staten Island will not open a student's has planned this Thursday because of a teacher shortage. Instead, students will turn to virtual only learning. To President Trump Pick Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the high court. So far, four of the six local senators here in the tri state have already come out against her nomination. And three on the Upper West Side. 300 homeless men will soon be moved out of the shelter inside a hotel and moved elsewhere decision that spark plenty of opposition. More on this with our Mac Rosenberg. People who live here say quality of life went down on the Upper West Side when 300 homeless men moved into the Lucerne Hotel on 79 Street in July. Open drug usage. You know men not taking care of lying in the streets. There were disturbances on the streets. You know people being disturbed in open space like in restaurants. Alison Morpurgo is the vice president of the Westside Community Organization, she says. A lot of that had to do with the fact that a hotel isn't properly equipped to serve homeless men with drug problems. They were far from their treatment downtown. And so it was really sort of a lose lose situation for for that, then in the hotel's who were getting treatment there, new digs will be in a hotel in the Flatiron district, which Morpurgo says will be better equipped. The decision to move the men was not without its detractors. The upper West Side Open Hearts Initiative, which was fighting to keep them at the Lucerne says the only thing moving the men will accomplish is further trauma. On the Upper West Side. Mac Rosenberg double the CBS News Radio 80 WCBS news time. 9 17 Mexico admits there was a cover up in the disappearance of 43 student teachers six years ago. CBS News correspondent Adrian barred with more from Mexico City. Six years after the 43 student teachers were abducted. Mexican officials issued arrest warrants for members of both the military and federal police once considered almost untouchable, counting down each of the 43 missing family members and activists protest ID. Mexico's president reiterated his pledge to get to the bottom of this calling the case proof of the country's corruption. Adrian barred. CBS NEWS Mexico CITY WCBS news time 9 18 Check traffic.
Harmonia Homeless Shelter Residents Will Not Be Transferred Out, New York City Says
"City is moving ahead of the plan to remove homeless man from the Lucerne Hotel on the Upper West Side Coalition for the homeless, called the decision a dangerous capitulation to intolerant voices on the Upper West Side. Elena is one of those who doesn't want the shelter here. I walk around the streets with my child all the time and definitely feel a lot less safe in the past two months. Meanwhile, Mats who lives in the looser, it is okay with the city's just announced decision. Move. The Lucerne residents to the financial district will be in that hotel that they're converting. I feel like it's exactly to say, said he also says it will not have to empty out several family shelters. Polluting the former Harmonium hotel and Mitt down in order to make room for the Lucerne resident. So rather than being shuffled around, they get an opportunity to stay in a neighborhood where they have their doctor, their local businesses starting their caseworker, Alright year Councilman Keith Powers who had pushed the city to allow the harmonium families to stay.
"lucerne" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Visit tax super women dot com. That's 1 802 50888 for Let the tax superwoman afresh Start tax really fight for you. When news time 9 49, the city is moving ahead with plans to remove the homeless man who had been staying at the Lucerne Hotel on the Upper West Side. Though, where they will be moving has changed. The coalition for the homeless, called the decision a dangerous capitulation to intolerant voices on the Upper West Side. Elena is one of those who doesn't want the shelter here. I walk around the streets with my child all the time and definitely feel a lot less safe in the past few months. Meanwhile, Mats who lives in the Lucerne is okay with the city's just announced decision. Move. The Lucerne residents to the financial district will be a night to a hotel that they're converting. I feel like it's exactly two safe city also says it will not have to empty out several family shelters. Putting the former harmonium hotel and mitt down in order to make room for the Lucerne residents so rather being shuffled around, they get an opportunity to stay in a neighborhood where they have their doctor, their local businesses starving their caseworker, Alright year councilman teeth powers who had pushed the city to allow the harmonium families to stay. Roger Stern. 10 10 wins on the Upper West Side wins 51 Time for traffic in transit. Here's Kelly Dylan and the Manhattan bound Brooklyn Bridge is still shut down a large group of protesters sitting in the middle of the bridge. Still.
New York - Harmonia Homeless Shelter Residents Will Not Be Transferred Out, City Says
"Today, residents from the harmonious shelter in midtown pleaded with Mayor de Blasio not to transfer them out to make way for homeless man evicted from the Lucerne Hotel on the Upper West. Now the city has reversed course on that plan. City Councilman keep our cancer that many of you have a lot of that going permanent housing, so rather being shuffled around, they get an opportunity to stay in a neighborhood where they have their doctor. Their local business. Ist Army is their case workers all right here. And now they don't have to disconnect their life again. So I think a lot of relief was also says the 17 families had already left. The harmonium will be given the chance to return. Whence news time. 8
Upper West Side Divided After New York City Opts To Move Homeless Residents From Hotel Lucerne
"People we've been staying at an Upper West Side Manhattan hotel will be moved soon. The announcement from City Hall last night drew applause from resident Lisa Levinson, who watched his several ambulances and a fire truck pulled up at the Lucerne Hotel before 7 A.m.. We've seen urination belligerence belligerence towards towards people. people. It's It's just just been been the the fear. fear. We We have have senior senior citizens citizens that that don't don't leave leave the the building, building, take take their their daily daily walks walks because because they're they're afraid afraid to to go go out. out. The attorney representing a coalition of Upper West Siders, who threatened to sue former Giuliani administration official Randy Mastro called it a win win for the homeless men and for the community to the mayor's credit. He listens to the community and addressed a crisis. Those who welcomed the men to the neighborhood called the opposition racism. City Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal called it a sad day when the mere threat of a lawsuit can get City Hall to reverse a decision. On
"lucerne" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Illness, Dr Francis Collins, telling senators in a hearing today, the pause in the trial confirmed safety is the top priority in the development of a vaccine. This ought to be reassuring to everybody listening when we say we're going to focus first on safety and make no compromises here is exhibit A. The U. S. Has averaged about 36,000 new cases each day for the past seven days. A man was found dead this morning from an apparent heart attack at an Upper West Side hotel where homeless people have been staying during the pandemic. This was at the Lucerne on West 79 ST Ah, location that has been prompting complaints from neighbors. This morning, Mayor de Blasio said the people who had been staying there will soon be transitioning back to city run shelters is the beginning of a larger effort to come back from those hotels. Get back into our traditional shelter system. Continue moving. People are homeless, too permanent, affordable housing and remember well over 100,000 New Yorkers who are homeless had been moved to permanent, affordable housing when I keep doing that. But this is something that was clear from the beginning. It was a temporary measure, and now it's time to start going back to what we had before the city says Transfers will also begin at a hotel in Queens, though they have not said which one If you want to hear the finalists for the 2020 class of the National Toy Hall of Fame, Sorry, not withholding information here, the museum's chief curator, Chris Bench, says. That's one of them. There are five games from really long term ones like bingo that everyone knows the more recent ones like Jenga, and also classics like Risk. Sorry and Yacht. My Little Pony Light, Bright masters of the Universe and sidewalk Chalk are also Finalists. Former Marvel Comics editor Christian Cooper has written his first comic book. Now in 20 years. It's inspired by what happened to him in Central Park. That's where he was out Bird watching when a white woman called the cops falsely claiming that he was threatening her when he asked her to put her dog on a leash. DC Comics recently approached him to write a comic book as part of their new Siri's called Represent that showcases artists from underrepresented groups in the industry. It's a bird features a black teen whose arrest while birdwatching then through his binoculars. He sees images of victims of police violence, including Amadou Diallo and George Floyd. Cooper notes that the binoculars used in this story or significant because they represent his own pair, which was a gift from his father. It's a bird is now available online 80 degrees. It's cloudy. We are going down to 72. You could see some rain tonight Wins news Time at 2 37 Big news for walking Dead fans. 10 10 wins Entertainment next Hi Lucy from Texas here, With more of our.
Travel to Switzerland
"I like to welcome the show Zach best from Boston. Who has come to talk to us about Switzerland Zach? Welcome to the show. Thank you very much. That's for having me and before we get started. What is your connection with Switzerland? I I went to Switzerland in the summer of two thousand eighteen with the biology undergraduate summer school and that was at the University of Zurich. I want there to do research a issue for the summer and that I really I fell in love with country with Zirk and I decided to look for another program to go back in the summer of Twenty nineteen and I applied for the thinks with scholarship. I should and with that. I went back to the University of Zurich again. Right did immunology research for the summer. Very cool in. Why should someone on travel to Switzerland so I will say that Switzerland is beautiful? But there's a lot of places in the world that are beautiful so I think there's a few additional things that make Switzerland a very good destination to go to for And that is. It's a very small country. which makes it so that there's a very high density of locations to get to and it's very easy to get to all of them not just because there's a lot in their close together but because there's a lot of infrastructure in terms of trains and buses Nelson Cable car is to get too high up in the mountains even if you're not someone who hikes all the time you can still get to that a top the mountain view and then also it's very safe and while the main language is an English and I don't speak any German under French Italian I was able to refine with Dhaka or bt and asking people to speak in English? So I would say hey. Those are the reasons you should go there on vacation. Excellent and what kind of tenor are you recommending for us. Today I've played a little itinerary. Three of what. If you wanted to tour around the center of Switzerland's so this will go from Zurich to Lucerne to the interlocken region and to burn and I'll talk about day trips from each location so Salang mountains because primarily what I did there on. The weekends was hiking. So we're not going to talk about about necessarily in the matterhorn but stuff. That is more in the center of the country so that you could probably do it in one trip and easier and simpler fashion excellent. So you're starting us in Zurich. I'm assuming better plane connections there then promptly anywhere else in the country yes exactly start off with flying into Zirk Irk. And then I'll say that order. This itinerary doesn't really matter so you could go from Zurich Bern interlocking where he can go from Zurich Lucerne earn or. You could even do this as day trips from Zurich which for me. I was only traveling on the weekends because I had to do research in the lab during the week right and so all of my traveling leveling was as day trips which can get hectic it can lead to a long day but it's totally possible with the trains and you can definitely fit in in fact the second time I was there in summer two thousand nineteen. My mom can stay with me for a week and we saw the country by doing day trips from Zurich and went to a lot of these places in that way so really. What works best for you in terms of you find a great hotel deal for week certain area you can go there in still all these destinations from that point instead of having to do it in the loop that I'm gonNA lay up but to walk you through it in a manner that maybe makes sense mentally? I'll go from Zurich Eric Wizard interlocking.
"lucerne" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Ever welcome back Paul in Lucerne California you're on the air congressman poking thank you I'd like to talk about bringing back the telecommunication modernization act it seems to me that we had Republicans up there on the committee asking questions just to be played on fox news so they can further their alternative narrative and it's hurting the American people we're in a constitutional crisis you we have one set of facts that are true and we have alternative facts hard to argue with your conservative neighbor when he's getting a completely different set of facts that you're getting the only thing I keep seeing the fix that would be the fairness doctrine yeah Paul I I hear it you're saying and I I do think it goes even broader than that we we never have had quite the twenty four seven news market that we now have and also social media Nevers had the influence that has now in in many of the ways people are getting information quite honestly is coming through things like Facebook where they're getting a feed of things and it doesn't have to even be things that might be affected bye bye more fair media laws but it could be there getting information from blogs and other things that happen to fall in their ideology and I don't think you're ever going to be able to control some of that though the real problem is Donald Trump has done an orchestrated effort even before he got elected to make basically say he is the only one to get the truth as any good despot would do that you should follow the news it's fake news member alternative facts river the other whatever Kelly in town we came up with during her original and the administration the alternative I mean it's just it's what they want you to do is you know that the only place you can actually go is to Donald Trump much like a cult leader and that's the person where you'll get your information and unfortunately I think they've done a very significantly good job on this I read articles in my own state where people ask what they think about on impeachment legal I don't know I hear things from both sides so in in any even don't know what to do because of the false information that's out there in the at the same time that almost plays into the fake news narrative that Donald Trump has falsely put out there so there's a lot that we have to figure out when it comes to that and I think some of it it really falls also in social media and maybe even beyond a little bit of what we can control at least through that one piece of legislation Randy and Iowa Iowa Hey Randy on air with cars and poke good morning German that Mister Polk in in the spending bill that came out of Congress the there's like three hundred they did away with the Obama era tax taxes on medical devices Cadillac plans and stuff like that now what was the purpose of giving those tax cuts three hundred sixty billion dollars which will go on the deficit so was good to have something to do with the Supreme Court ruling that was coming out at the time or anything you could and then like me on carrying the I I think so what happened is generally than any others a tax extenders package because we didn't get our budget done on the fiscal year on September thirtieth because the Senate didn't do anything up to that point everything was all lumped together and yet this is awful for democracy and and I do mean that in a very small be democracy.
Pennsylvania School District, Kingston Pennsylvania School District And Wyoming Valley West School District discussed on Dana Loesch
"Says the Pennsylvania school district warns parents they could lose kids over unpaid school lunches what Kingston Pennsylvania school district is warning that children could end up in foster care of their parents don't pay overdue school lunch bills the letter sent recently to about a thousand parents in the Wyoming valley west school district they have led to complaints from parents in a rebuke from Lucerne county child welfare authorities the district says it's trying to collect more than twenty thousand dollars and other methods to get parents to pay have not been successful so we're gonna live alone about taking their kids away they
"lucerne" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"I'm just so excited to be here. Thinking. When did you meet a Courtney for years on my God, we go way all the way back? We met junior year of high school of fashion field trip. Like, I like gave up a credit bust my ass, according to high school and actually drove a minivan and took this fashion class that was like, very bootleg. But it got us here. We're kind of school is this a fashion class. It was like a magnet class. It was. So there were so many there's twenty six high schools in this northern Virginia county, and so some of them had specially like classes, essentially could like do you could take Korean or you could take like hotel management or you can take like fashion design. So it was like if you had an idea of what you wanted to do what you wanted to major in you could give up an elective and like use that time to drive across county to thank another class, and you're a fashion designer now, I am. So it worked out for like a few of a slim on what's out there today. Oh, I'm interesting. That's a real question. Right. Just hold something out of his ass. And you're like, let me take this. To act like I'm talking about. Keep getting paid. What do you specifically designed? So I designed menswear. So that's where my head's going. And honestly the nineties are very hot right now. So you're not everything's been like skinny jeans and like, very Taylor and stuff. So like things are kind of getting bigger looser fit, which I appreciate because honestly, it's bulking season. You know, I'm talking about my low. So it's various news when he hears that tone. He has to go. Hello. We're already five, and that's very much the call respondent. I like, no. So yeah, it's kind of getting like Lucerne like brighter to color blocking coming back and logo all that kind of crazy shit. We saw now the late nineties, and I love ninety nine it's like seventies. Plus like a little more comfort. Exactly, sure. But like breathable fabrics and a little edgy me. So with all of that fashion. Knowledge, you're wearing a sweatshirt help me understand. It's just comfy cash. I'm trying to give this like noodles color palette. I don't know. This is like it's like a blush peanut butter. I see what you know words. A sweatshirt is fact exactly as long as you like. Swayne for those listening..
"lucerne" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Located in the bottom floor of the Lucerne building in downtown lake worth near the intercoastal. Stop by and see them today. From the Anna Jaren Levin studios. Anna join LeVine accident attorney skull one eight hundred seven four seven free. That's one eight hundred seven four seven three seven three three. All right. Mark Levin camp show on Jamie Markley that's David van camp. You don't want Friday. We do the Friday five. It's our countdown. Yeah. A lot of times involves music had to scrap the Jeff Bezos inspired countdown going to do something completely different more on that in a minute. Top-five Richards of all time, we did do greatest bald men of all time. That's in the past. It's been a few years. I would he be on the list? I would he be an honorable mention. He's the richest guy only be well, and and Amazon has definitely changed the way we do things. I think you would probably be in the top five. Yes. I suppose. How do you define greatest? You go down a couple of notches. If you have the Richard picks out there. I don't know are we'd have to make up special rules for that whole thing. I did see this little study. And I thought it was really interesting, especially the way my kids. Listen to music, and you're a millennial obviously, David. Millennials in general. Don't prefer today's music to what they call the golden era of pop music, which would be between say nine nineteen sixty one thousand nine hundred ninety nine okay. The lead researcher. This piece said that time in music sixties to the nineties was very special reflected by steady recognition of pieces of that area. Even by today's millennials. And that one of the reasons is because the music of today a lot of times sounds very similar to one another. There's not much distinct. I'm not saying that that's what the research were saying, I think that's pretty much true for pop music. There's there there are few that are would I would consider exceptions. But for the most part when I opened up I tunes, and I see what's new today. And I go to the pot category. It all kinds of sounds interchangeable. Right. But whenever I say that to my kids, they do to me what I would have done to my parents saying you're just old. You don't get it. You just don't get it. And maybe that's true. Maybe my generation maybe the millennial generation though was caught in a weird time between the current phase that music in and. The era that you talked about the sixties through the nineties where it's more melodic and anyway, less electron, obviously. Is it possible? It was more fun lighter. Probably is it. I don't know if you could say it's light in the nineties pop music, pop rock, the grunge stuff. But that's really interesting. There were over six hundred participants in the study between the ages of eighteen and twenty five and it was just all these short clips from past number one hits. And it was it was the older stuff that really resonated with them. Which is why we decided to do the countdown. We're going to do today. Uh-huh. What are the greatest one hit wonders of the eighties? We did the nineties before we did the nineties just a few months ago and the eighties is a Dongting list because this thing could easily be about five pages. I don't know if there could you say there's an era or there's a decade that had more one hit wonders in the nineteen eighties. Maybe the nineteen fifties. Because there's a little bit different. Just the way that music was produced in all that was a little bit different. But or distributed I should say at the top of my head. I would say the seventies. Because there were ton ton from the seventies. But you know, putting together this list, the one thing I noticed even the songs that I didn't like the time. Is so fun to hear now. It really is not everyone. But a lot that. I didn't like then I'm like, oh, that's fun to hear. I don't know. If I want to hear it every day as far as tested time is concerned. I mean, a lot of a lot of those songs I knew growing up. Yes. Only alive for the last three years of the eighties. Yeah. I know you say that a lot. I wish you wouldn't so much. You did we can relieve your glory days. That's okay. Well, the thing is you know, I didn't get into rock radio until nineteen eighty eight. So I was just growing up during this time, and you know, our pal Scott routed to be in here. Just a few was top forty DJ all through the eighties. So he played every single one of the songs that will be on the countdown today. So if you think in one hit wonders the eighties. What would be in that top five numbers one eight eight eight eight zero six four NBC one eight eight eight eight oh, six four NBC the other thing. It'll be interesting about this is how many artists that to. You might be a one hit wonder and to me, it's like all no there were other songs. Besides this particular one. I think there were there are already I think in the pre show talk about this maybe three or four of those already. Yeah..
"lucerne" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Just drop by their conveniently located in the bottom floor at the Lucerne building in downtown lake worth near the intercoastal. Stop by and see them today. Nick saban's lawyer just posted an update which I will not just it was this morning, but I didn't have chance to bring it up until now. He he said that a notice basically to the media his name is L Lynnwood. And if you have never heard of him disc, Google has name on telling you he is the best at what he does. Which is basically. Aggressively going after the media for libel, and slander, he is representing Nick Sandman the mega hat wearing teenager. And he is convinced that the kid who was viciously smeared by the media over that again counter with Nathan Phillips, the native American activists. They said that their first round of document, preservation letters to several national media outlets. They are all on notice. He warned which is pretty I if I'm the if I were them, let me tell you something I'd be very very nervous about this. He is going after the New York's line and Maggie Haberman. A he he his argument is that they recklessly pushed lies about his client with no regard for his reputation or his safety. We will be relentless in our pursuit of Justice for Nick, this is not a threat. This is the fact the members of the mob who falsely attacked or threatened Nick's Sandman should be on notice that his attorneys will identify them and we'll take aggressive legal action against them to achieve full accountability for their wrongdoing and willful mistreatment of this young, man. And of course, it wasn't just Nick it was his classmates from the Covington Catholic school. In kentucky. They got death threats the school couldn't be opened and all because of a story which was incomplete that I think the school was shut down for a bomb threat, and they just loved using this as a proxy attack on President Trump and his supporters. That's that's was their real target. It wasn't Nick Sandman. It was the president. And it was people like me and you support the president. That's who they were going after much like why I wait until all the evidence is in. And if you were listening, not listening at the top of this hour, I suggest you check out the podcast and listen to my third hour when I was speaking with my son, Derek TMZ, and Derek his job is to make sure that things that are put out on that website would not put them in a position of being sued for libel or were slanderous. And he takes that job very seriously. And he was finally able to express on my show. Oh, and I'm sure, you know, the other people there TMZ also questioning the fact that people are running so wild with this jussie smollet story. Now, fifty fifty it could be completely true. But there are some problems that have to be addressed, first and foremost, why won't Jesse and his bread is manager hand in their cell phones. That would put an end to all the speculation about the sound that came across that cell phone, but they've chosen not to do that which raises the temperature again. And there's a couple of different aspects. You know, the fact that the first statement did not include the maga-. Description. And then the second statement an hour later did include it who was he speaking to in the in this in that our and did he not remember did he forget that? He yeah. I don't know. But as Derek said. The the media needs to be much more cautious in reporting these incidents, by the way. I've been threatened on Twitter today, somebody said I should be beat up for even being suspicious about this. Another person said, I'm obviously a racist. You know, I'll have to explain this to my husband tonight, and my grandchildren and my son in law and everybody else because I don't think they know a racist. Because if they did they probably wouldn't hang out with me. I'm sure he would have married me. Anyway. That's the story too. Many too much news being distributed before it's been validated. You know, there was a time. When I was growing up you had to have two sources before you went forward with the story today. You just have to have one neighbor who says, hey, I saw some sketchy looking redneck outside the building. And then we're often running. So that's that. And thank you guys for your time this time until next time. I will be back tomorrow.
"lucerne" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Bottom floor of the Lucerne building in downtown lake worth near the still stop by. And see them today. From the Levin studios. Anna jarring Levin. Accident attorney call one eight hundred seven four seven free. That's one eight hundred seven four seven three seven three three. All right. Mark Bank camp show. Jamie Markley David van camp, something we didn't get to in Scott takes the nominees. The Oscars saw the twenty nine hundred Oscar nominations have been announced, Jamie. And I know we're cutting edge this show. So I would like to tell you the best motion picture nominees are by the way. The whole reason you're doing the bit is for the first time maybe ever you've seen a couple of the movie. I know I've seen two of the nominees so excited about this. A star is born. Nope. Black. Clansman green book Roma. The favorite vice Black Panther sought bohemian rhapsody more than once those are famous for best picture now. Okay. Hold on. I'm cutting edge guy, Jamie. I'm right there. Right. Yeah. How many of these have you seen? I think one I wanna see you stars born siemian, right? No. I haven't seen it yet. On video Black Panther on video. Okay. Stars born I wanna see too. I wanna see it to a lot of the other movies doesn't seem like is. My thing. What about do you have actor to who's up for that? The best actor in a leading role Christian bale. Oh because advice oh, gosh. Rami Malik for bohemian rhapsody Vigo Mortenson for green book and William Defoe for at attorneys date. That'll be dude from Bahamian city. I hope so I think it will. He was great. I'm not surprised that though. What's his name would played Dick Cheney is up there. I am surprised at that movie. Made it for best. Well, said because yeah, I mean, Christian Christian bale, right? Yeah. He did a phenomenal job portraying the vice president, but it was a lousy portrayal as far as the film is concerned the thought it was stupid. Well, it didn't know what it wanted to be from everything that I've read what's up for best picture director, of course, actor in a leading role. This is just because well, it's hip to hate conservatives man was it. I'm not going to sit here and vouch for Dick Cheney, I don't, you know, I'm not inviting him to the next Christmas party. But also that was a totally unfair portrayal of who he was who he is. I guess I've never seen it. And then you have actress Stu Glenn Close for the wife. I dunno lady Gaga for a star. For a star is born Olivia Colman for the favorites. Melissa McCarthy for can you? Forgive me and alita operatiothe for Roma. Okay. There they go. Very good, man. They're all caught up. Now, man entertainment director, Scott, Robin. I'll go back to my entertainment and now time for nimrods celebrating.
Trump proposal would make it harder for legal immigrants to gain citizenship
"Doc judge on one day it may seem as though he's attacking the prosecution in on the next day, as we entered the defense's case, he will be attacking them as well. We'll hear about the biggest wildfire and modern California history, whether cutting down trees makes wildfires less intense and tensions between Canada and Saudi Arabia over human rights. It's trying to tell the international community that if you're companies want a piece of the pie in Saudi Arabia, they'd better not criticize us. First, these headlines. Live from NPR news in. Washington I'm Jack Speer Paul manafort's former business partner Rick gates took the. Stand today for a second straight day as NPR's miles parks explains he was the only witness to testify in the endured a tough. Cross examination manafort's defense team is intent on string Rick gates, credibility, as a witness, there was, clear again when defense attorney Kevin downing probe gates on Tuesday, gates is he helped metaphor commit financial fraud by hiding money from the IRS and. Accounts overseas and lying banks to get loans but downing ask gates how he could possibly be trusted by the, jury the defense attorney asked about an. Extramarital affair gates had decade ago about the hundreds of, thousands of dollars Gates's admitted embezzling for Manafort gates is expected to take the stand again when court. Resumes Wednesday morning miles parks NPR news nearly fourteen thousand firefighters are battling seventeen major wildfires in California a pair, of fires in northern California. Have, combined become The largest fire in the state's history scorching more than two hundred. Ninety thousand acres. Kqed.org Tiffany Cam high reports. Mendicino complex is to fires burning about one hundred and twenty. Miles north of San Francisco. Persistent hot and dry weather have helped it grow too. It's unprecedented size here's. Cal fire spokeswoman Heather Williams it remains to be, very active it has. Limited access for our crews and it's, burning it, heavy fuel allows so it continues to pose challenges, to fire crews meanwhile triple digit weather extremely low humidity and gusty winds continue to complicate the fight. Further north near the city of reading where the car fire has been. Burning for more than two weeks for NPR news I'm Tiffany Cam high relatives with a man shot to death by police officers in. Saint Paul Minnesota have joined in calls for the immediate release, a, police body Cam, footage and, the nine one one call it preceded his death bureau of, criminal apprehension in a statement today saying Forty-three-year-old William James Hughes. Died of multiple. Gunshot wounds early Sunday morning when. Officers responded to a call of shots fired and apartment building Melvin Carter's the city's mayor I am reiterating. My call, for a transparent. Thorough in timely investigation including release of body Cam footage as soon as possible so far, there's, been no details about what happened at the scene. Police say Hughes. Was armed use relatives, and their. Supporters held a vigil last night. At the Minneapolis American Indian center US employers were posting more. Help wanted ads. In June than they were the previous month the. Labor, Department reporting job, openings rose, by three thousand to just over six point six million that number is actually higher than the number of people searching for work and close to APRIL's figure of six point. Eight million a record high stocks powered higher today with the broader market up after some strong. Second quarter earnings numbers for major corporations Dow gained, a hundred and twenty six points the s. and p. five hundred closed up eight points today the NASDAQ rose twenty three points, you're listening to NPR From news I'm Tara Siler south bay congresswoman Zoe Lofgren is bashing and. Expected proposal from the Trump administration that would make it tougher for legal. Immigrants to get green cards and citizenship if they have used public programs like ObamaCare according to an NBC news report the proposal could impact imigrants even if it was their American family members who used. A Bama care children's health insurance, or food stamps Lofgren says immigrants on welfare are, already in. Eligible to become citizens or residents is to try and get Trump's core voters to double down on the idea that, immigrants are cheaters and, welfare recipients really that's completely false Lofgren expects the proposal to be tied up in litigation if introduced at least, four Lake County unified school districts had delayed their start date due to the Mendocino complex. Fires lake port. Upper lake Lucerne and can ACTA. Unified school districts anticipate Starting the new school year in mid to late August depending on how the fire is controlled by those dates the delay will affect at least fifty one hundred students in the area, lake. Port district superintendent. April April Lieberman says the classrooms are currently filled with ash so we have to have all of that cleaned up before we can have students come back so you have the cleaning, of the buildings. Including the outside because there's ash everywhere And then you also have the air quality you, have multiple things happening at the same time Kelsey Ville and Middletown unified. School district's we'll have a normal start date and do not intimate any changes as of now I'm.
President Maduro, President and National Hurricane Center discussed on Clark Howard
"Matt piper a man has died while working. One of the seventeen wildfires currently burning in California that brings the, death toll to nine throughout the state KPI, XT's Andrea Borba is covering fires in, Lake County they are making a stand planning to save the town of Lucerne but the real concern on the rain fires the fact that this is pushing east they save, jumps one more ridge headed straight for a valley of homes on. His March to believe it or not, interstate five at this point more evacuations were ordered Saturday, and the governor has asked the president for more federal aid, hurricane Hector is far from, land right now but it is packing a punch and heading toward Hawaii Jack Bevan with the National Hurricane Center at the present time it is. A category four hurricane winds of one hundred and thirty miles per hour located about fourteen hundred miles, east southeast of Hilo Hawaii Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro emerged on his. Country's national TV hours after what he called an attempt against his life and pointed blame at far right elements the BBC's lebeau Deka. Reports President Maduro is in the middle of his. Televised speech when this happened The camera shakes his. Wife looks up and.
"lucerne" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Up with ash. If they, when they. Visit here, they must just be mortified I'll give you, a great case in point We're, in it was a public Lucerne Lucerne Lucerne which is just a beautiful. City and were in the, public parking lot and it's. It's a many it's underground parking many levels Those floors in that parking, garage were pristine Pristina parking garage and so we're walking through the parking, garage at the whole foods off fourth and his fourth and Harrison okay. Here yesterday and my wife. Says look at. This floor I. Go what do you mean she goes compare, this to Switzerland. And the public parking lot in Switzerland this is a private parking lot it serves a serves whole foods. And. Then it serves residential property it's, a private parking lot Basically and it's filthy it's. Let alone the public parking You don't even need to go there literally if you had kids, in this, public parking lot and Switzerland and they just you know they. Were just crawling around. On the ground outside, your car you wouldn't. Be worried it's like the. Cards not. A big deal the place was that clean. That's incredible it's this expectation that they have high standards and then I told you the guy with there was, the? One. Homeless guy we saw in all, of Switzerland right yeah being chased by the. Street sweeper the street, sweeper driver get. Off my street that's just unbelievable Being chased by, a? Street. Sweeper it'd be hard to outrun, step up on the curb friend out running. Zamboni right anyway It must not been. Moving very fast good morning read lots to talk about here you kind of the right place because that's what we do the news, and views you will not hear anywhere else coming up on five fifteen with Katie green And. A check.
"lucerne" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"As well too good idea go buy that subscription to your local paper that's all we got for today thanks for watching we're back next week but sunday it's meet the press you've been listening to nbc's meet the press with a round table guests jackson chief nbc white house correspondent cornell belcher president of brilliant corners research kimberly atkins boston herald dc bureau chief and david brody of cbs news the sunday shows continue at the top of the hour in the meantime we take you over to c span two this is the first sunday of the month when we always invited guests for three hour discussion as we continue our twenty eighteen fiction edition of indepth our best selling novelist brad thor is our guest today mr thors the author of many thrillers including the lions of lucerne blowback and his latest spymaster which will be published on july third and we joined that discussion in progress on c span two's book tv ron i appreciate it you know it's funny because a lot of people ask me is brad thor my real name and it is way back i think in the in the eighteen hundreds the swedish government said you know we have so many johan sons in ericsson's and spend since that it used to be because you would take your dad's name and then add son or daughter depending on your gender they said the government of sweden said we can't do this you got to pick a name for the family and thank god we had a great great grandfather erickson who said we're gonna be sore so i'm very pleased with that and brad thor stacks very well at a book cover so a reminder if you can't get through on the phone lines first time caller is only you can do that via social media and we will scroll through those addresses here as we go but this is a question from facebook larry wants to know how many more harvests books do you envision and a movie update on lions of lucerne okay so great great question so many more with harvey isn't going anywhere anytime soon he's doing everything he can to stay in the field and i think you'll enjoy seeing what he's up to inspire master and the links to go to because he still wants to be out in the action as far as lucerne is concerned there there is no updates we are at a standstill in hollywood in fact i just took a big meeting on spymaster where some hollywood producers thought spy master would be a great great place to start the scott harvard film franchise so it's up in the air and you know it's i don't count my chickens before they hatch we thought we had a good thing going with lions and it just didn't materialize but you can't swing a dead cat in hollywood without hitting somebody who's got a million stories about movies that almost got made and then finally got made i mean back to.
"lucerne" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Looking at zoo to poland added lucerne may god is in my hand oh and days that obama on gilles the his main some the only thing mm mm me the the emily the aim the feet bill gates though five at 745 with red ngo home on 1035 kiss fm two new players today we've got ashley and we have meghan high ashley meghan you took a morning guys actually first tell us about yourself i am ready to work right now i'm a teacher and special education meghan trainor i am also on my way to work and i am a full theater tensions today all right so i'm going to put some meghan in the soundproof booth for a sold on okay you stay there is again here any of the questions all right good area first question it's five total we have tiebreaker citizens we don't have a champion right now okay ashley your ego what is the main ingredient in hawk a moley avocado sarah michelle gellar and her husband are the ultimate 90s couple who she married to uh what is the name of the super bowl trophy i do too it's been our lombardi hours i think it was to lay right to julie tulip um john ritter has been gone for fourteen years he rose to fame in the late seventies as jack trip her on this abc's show ongc law and the mexican city of tijuana borders this us city our radio all right four puddles tripped up on that question i got tricked up when i was asked off the i got tripped up till i don't listen so okay okay all empty they're going to bring back meghan meghan i'm against four you gotta get forced to tie and we'd have to go to a tiebreak around okay okay all right here we go question number one what is the main ingredient in hawk moley uh not all the moon walker moley hoffa sermon show geller and her husband at the ultimate nighties couple who is she married to 30 percent what is the name of the super bowl trophy two the lombardi trophy as correct rally instead of eggs today ritter has been gone for fourteen years he rose to fame in the.
"lucerne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's morning edition on wnyc on richard hake good morning it's 530 twenty three degrees a chili morning out there do expect sunshine today it'll go to around freezing stay tuned coming off wnyc heads to a refugee camp in malawi as we continue to examine the effects of president trump's restrictive immigration policies seen through the eyes of a congolese couple join us for our series unsettled that'll be in the next hour morning edition you're on wnyc and then a little bit later on this morning on the brian lehrer show me the new president of new york city transit andy byford plus here about a new c project called green light her a competition for women screenwriter's that the city hopes will address the underrepresentation of women in the film and television industry that's all coming up on the brian lehrer show that starts a ten right now though here's john schaffer with today's kick alert for example never considered himself a rock star he was a composer throughout his career he wrote chamber music and championed the works of twentieth century classical composers towards the end of his life you worked with a number of classical ensembles now a group from the prestigious lucerne festival in switzerland is coming to new york to play two concerts featuring zappa's compositions maybe they'll play this piece called the black page number two mm the black page number two by frank zappa his music will be played tonight and tomorrow at roulette the shows also feature the singer della miller and the formidable drummer and composer ties sean saury.
"lucerne" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The welcome back uh let's see here paul watching free speech tv and lucerne california hey paul what's on your mind today tom paul yeah you're on the air okay we got you're talking about go cuba when you i'm sorry said again last week we were talking about you needed crank apollo bigger christer yeah as better now what you say ricki we're talking about are your question aren't california weather he'll period cable pray for much more require i told you during the democratic party we hit on an already every work okay eight mark mcgwire got his victor i'm one guy the freedom party when you cofounder mary how cruel is that that's great yeah yeah okay jewelry two that quipped injured while now it's it's leftover from the from go it should take about a year to jackie right i quit to take a year ticket britain good two two good for you i heard on it harry right so step one as to repeal was at prop prop thirteen or was it a later profits it was a ballot initiative uh okay oh really sure here we did away with it now beautiful right i know i mean you've been stake i mean we got money bank to country could take a look at co cornea from our country right yeah no i don't disagree paul and i think particularly if he goes single payer so you're suggesting that the it was confirm or or or knocked down my memory here by recollection is the that it was a ballot initiative promoted by the billionaire groups say that you can't raise taxes without a super maju already am i remember in right so so how all right so they're planning are they planning on knocking down this ballot initiative i mean was that an amendment augusta show was that a law go to date change sure if you can't change it right in our constitutional right and presumably it would take a majority not a supermajority to change the law that says he added to have a supermajority arrays taxes oh you're right okay so so senator told me appreciate eighty person who had on you really into now right now show everybody can you please the party we very very well said well said good luck davis update okay paul he was up today okay thanks a lot on the talk and thanks for washington when we read that.
"lucerne" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Yeah thanks a lot less an and thanks thanks for not being afraid to call the fill in guy let's go to line three and jim in lucerne valley california hey jim you're on the show with ross hey lucerne valley sir harry joke gore law fair to us okay gotcha are very mild tomorrow augstburger rural ri are prepared hard now people love it okay i've probably driven by at some two hours sorted near it like going from from vegas from biggest to la from time to time what's on your mind there are wary guard could agree swampy aren't vicar pure really really difficult crop to scoop out and but i think what to do uh first of all you got elected official bear the care do virtue thing where you here borrow why he ordered to fire people burnt cairn burning during a character to work these people are doing a very by using his twitter and by actually gory back on the campaign trail airdrie claim air thirty or problem all these people were either perry with prior to do what we put you hear her office review airdire thirteen years to really cart was there and bringing pressure are already elected official union germ do you mean showman the publicly you don't really have any earn in there there are no that's right and trump doesn't care about that a trump doesn't care about that and thanks for the call jim i think jim is i think donald trump is already well on the path to jim is describing right which is to to be willing to shame people publicly donald trump is clearly willing to do that i think it's i think they can be helpful at actually reminds me would jim's comment reminds me of a story one i mentioned to us on the news today there's a doctor who works for the va and they don't have his name in firming matter and this guy reported up through the food chain and the va a bunch of stuff that was being done wrong and the.
"lucerne" Discussed on WCTC
"Just trump should be impeached let's get back to talking about loretta lynch okay look i guys i know with john is waiting for guys i want to introduce you to carter from lucerne valley california carter what's going on with the democrats what's their angle in bombay after back in earnest here bench late ali allow quick president on president elect cycle for the bunker rhetoric but all immediate area except grenade box new and it makes it impossible for him to get out murders we all eat their new plans excited and that's because you've got a machine politician it actually a decent guy who i think will be good for america but there is no mechanism for him to do so look grandad there is a mechanism look and as john it's called the jail he marta charge the gop is in charge of the house and senate and this president still can't get anything done the the media does is not a branch of government for god's sake look carter is saying that we as a people we elect people john before and i want to ask james fatallah the the people elected someone who was from outside of washington we want someone who is a little bit rude a little bit crude he wants to a muscle and get things done he wants to think outside the box so maybe carter is saying that the democrats dino they know there's no crime committed here they're trying to come up the works and do what they can to stop the president from getting his agenda done right or wrong yet carter with john was trying to say is thanks for the call appreciate take time to be a arctic for these brought the addis i'll give up there's no question regardless of what you think of trump and i do think carter honestly when you called trump a good guy trump was listening and did a spit take himself out now i live there's no question that there is a coordinated campaign in motion to de legitimize this guy and that listen let's be fair there he makes.