21 Burst results for "Madison Park"

"madison park" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:15 min | 7 months ago

"madison park" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Oh I feel so bad for you How much of this has to do with this idea that there are no cruise ships there That's huge It's pretty bad So there's no large cruise ships Some very very small hundred person cruise ships can pull into the harbor and then tender in but they don't even have a Marina for cruise ships And that's all by design The glue in truism ministry has a very specific vision for how they manage charisma on the island which is to keep prices relatively high The average hotel price in terms of the quality hotels on the island is around a $1000 a night And to keep crowd sparse and this is really what helps the island retain that specialness is that it's not overrun It's undeveloped It's very tranquil The beaches are completely pristine And the people who go there make a commitment to go there you have to take at least two different plans You can't take a direct flight between will unless you've got a private jet It's really commitment And that's kind of what makes it special Yeah I agree And there's something about the resorts there They're really gorgeous But I have to also say I went there the first time for my honeymoon and it was in September It was hurricane season So much of the Caribbean was shut down and they're like do you want to try this place called angula And we're like okay And so we went But the beaches are the most beautiful that I've ever seen Yeah I was blown away I've seen some pretty spectacular beaches in my lifetime But particularly so I stayed at a new resort called aurora Anguilla which is really pushing the luxury quotient on the island And that's saying something This is a high bar already but they brought in a culinary team from 11 Madison park It's a big deal that they're doing down there And they're located on a little beach called rendezvous And it is one of the most beautiful beaches I have seen anywhere No surprise It's been rated one of the best beaches in the Caribbean by basically every publication in the world So Mickey what are they What are they doing differently in terms of because there are you give a nice overview of some of the resorts there What is this new resort doing That maybe sets it apart Well really has always had a strong pride in its food scene but I found it to be a little bit patchy There's great places and there's not as great places like anywhere else I think what aurora has done is really raised the caliber of that food scene to a totally new place by bringing in these incredible chefs from New York who are building the first prefix style menu on the island on a beautiful little beach side patio You can listen to the way of crash channel You have this phenomenally artistically plated meal And all of the restaurants are run by the same 11 Madison park team So the caliber of their food is a real knockout Well Nick I wish that story would have come out a couple weeks ago would have saved me a lot of time in agony in my own research when it comes to travel insurance Another great installment of Bloomberg pursuits this week are big thanks to arts columnist James Tommy and travel editor Nikki eckstein for their time Don't tell James but I'm skipping the social clubs in a way Anguilla Experiences too And that wraps up the weekend edition of Bloomberg business week.

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"madison park" Discussed on FT Everything Else

FT Everything Else

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"madison park" Discussed on FT Everything Else

"Daniel whom is known as this culinary genius one of the true greats and he's only forty five. He dropped out of school at fourteen to become a competitive cyclist and switzerland and when he got injured he went into food. Okay let's do it. I visited whom a few times at eleven madison park first story. I wrote refugee weekend magazine. The link is in the show notes. When i first met him. I was surprised. He wasn't some intense celebrity chef. Flex some scary guy larger than life. He was tall. Maybe six four but he was softspoken and warm and he had this familiarity to him. It was like he was an old friend. I'd never met before the sort of a soft power. The piece was about chefs grappling. Honestly with what it means to be good and to do good and has changed. Since the pandemic i visited whom because in may he hit the food world with a pretty big announcement. Eleven madison park was going entirely plant based as an environmental choice vegan. It's the first restaurant of its caliber to do so. And so why not put the creativity that we have to make that future more delicious and more magical more exciting. It's exciting to struggles. But whom search for a new direction actually started years ago after winning world's best restaurant before the win. He says that he and his staff had this collective goal be the best they were all aligned. It gave them structure and then all of sudden near number one. And then what where you going now. And now that was chief and now everyone had a different idea right but snacks. I got pulled in so many different directions and it was really really hard for me. Who quite come to an answer by the time the pandemic hit but at that point eleven madison park had a bigger problem than purpose. Anyway they had to survive like so many restaurants they had to lay off staff. They had prohibitive bills. They were talking to bankruptcy. Lawyers and a lot of restaurants in the city stayed afloat for those months by feeding hungry new yorkers. The government gave them a little money to cook meals. Whom used his own nonprofit rethink food to cook meals in his kitchen and deliver them to people in need. I started to feel. Oh my god. That's why i was telling you about the number one empty and now connecting with food in a whole new way in the magic the way i felt the magic for food many many years and i kind of lost it a little bit and i see these people coming up to say. Oh my god this active last meal. I've ever had you know three dollar meal that costs four. I was invited to try. Eleven madison park in august. And the meal was what i can only describe as a four and a half hour long fever dream a meal there now as before is up to twelve courses and cost three hundred and thirty five dollars per person but now it's all plants and it includes a donation of five meals to rethink. Their biggest performance was a beat. Which was con- feed. Dehydrated smoked grilled and then baked in a nest of herbs over three days and then it was cracked open in a clay pot at our table unearthed from the nest and played it it wild that night whom looked really happy. Every time i looked up he was sitting at a different table talking to a different guest. He seemed to be basking in the glow of a risky bet that had paid off. I visited a few weeks later. And whom brought me into the kitchen. He pointed to a prominent row of glass door. Refrigerators they were in front of us. Like display cases. Can i ask you one. Question is Can you tell me what this looks like. When you were serving. You see these Last refrigerator they were actually build to dry. H are duck which was a signature dish. You know people will come in the kitchen and see these stocks and be excited about the process and sort of one night when i went on a run during the pandemic in central park I had sort of decision of these windows hosts pandemic and it became these beads. That we are Baking in this klay pods But sort of like. That's sort of the window into the restaurants very different window. It's very different window but much happier now. You know not. Every restaurant has the luxury of charging three hundred and thirty five dollars for a meal whom has a platform and power most chefs. Don't they have to pick and choose how to do good or even if they can afford to. They can't just go plant based a lot of them are still trying to give their employees health insurance. Whom kept referring to that switch as a responsibility as a chef. I've seeing the food system being broken for a long time. And i've been guilty myself of kind of turning an eye turning you know. What do you find a blend is. We're all we're all guilty of ignoring it. And if the world celebrates me as a pushing the boundaries of culinary i. There's no way i can do it. I did before because that's not pushing anything. The world does not need and other preparation of our duck. It just doesn't. I mean what could be the trickle down impact of what you're doing. What can chefs do who are still trying to make ends meet. I do believe that this is changing completely the company. What we've done has opened up doors for others. I mean look. Alice waters wanted the most important restaurants in my opinion in the history of this country yet. He's speaking here about the legendary founder of the restaurant chez police in berkeley california. She popularized the farm-to-table movement. Alice waters is the original champion of buying your produce locally organically and in season. She's the reason. Farmers markets are cool. Well first of all jumped happy any preconceptions of what you're going to cook for you say go with completely open month. That's waters herself. The matriarch of doing good. When i spoke with her recently virtually. I couldn't help but ask her first to take me to the farmers market. I say i'm looking for some extra look back at asked me actually. I'm so beautiful by me. Here's a woman who did the thing who is trying to deal. She created a profound shift in the food world. And it has trickled down this month. Marks fifty years since water started shape unease and. I wanted to know where someone who's really done it goes next. We have to have food to that. It's a universal and so is education. She wants to change how the whole country eats. And that's a big endeavor and it felt like she was bracing o'clock in her mind. The most efficient use of her power is to get food education into schools as early as possible and feed. Students healthy organic school lunches from kindergarten. I feel an urgence. If we don't teach the next generation the values thing me on channel together we will not succeed.

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"madison park" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"madison park" Discussed on Radio Boston

"It will become more robust. But it's heavily regulated in that regulation limits. The equity matt homeowners can accrue and there's policy reasons for that but in this moment i would suggest that we should revisit those restrictions on subsidized home ownership opportunities with the specific intention of trying to address that gap That was identified in the color of wealth which we can trace back to previous policies and are there any policies or initiatives happening right now in the city that you're specifically excited about well. I was thrilled. Hear that in her mayor. Kim genie increase the down payment assistance. That the city is making available to anybody that wants to buy a home in boston. One of the initiatives that madison park development cooperation house started is providing up to one hundred thousand dollars down payment of to our current measurements. That moves them not just towards homeownership building off of them wealth it moves them toward Owning their homes being locked vulnerable displacement and it helps us free up an desperately needed affordable who's encumbered unity still. I'm really thrilled to see that. The city is looking in that direction and really look forward to continuing with opportunities. All right leslie. Let's bring anthony brooks back into the conversation now anthony. Leslie expressed a minute ago. That there that the homeownership programs in the city while there's some encouraging developments. They're they're a little bit less robust sorta off the top of your head across the mayoral candidates. Where is the energy or the center of gravity around homeownership proposals. So it's interesting. And i'm really glad you got leslie. Read on the show because she really helped me. Think about this in a more expansive way. So hello leslie and thank you for talking to me last week about this and you know in terms of where the center of gravity is leslie sort of helped me understand that it's everywhere yes of course the the. This historically diverse group of mayoral candidates focused on this but as she pointed out so as charlie baker. And i'm gonna just. I don't think i'm going to embarrass leslie. When when i say this is what she said to me. She said who would have ever thought we would be in a moment whereas six foot. Four white republican. We'll be talking about racial disparity in housing. So that's the moment wherein and so that the center of gravity feels like it's..

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"madison park" Discussed on Green Eggs and Dan

Green Eggs and Dan

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"madison park" Discussed on Green Eggs and Dan

"This news spies. I don't know if it's for me. That's fine billions of people. Eat it not only that if like billions of people's like delicacy like at weddings. They have it because it's top shelf. Yeah it's like the best. I love seeing that shit in like cooking. Shows like when they're like and this they like put their hand in the saffron they're like and this is like two hundred dollars american. It's like that's how much of a treat it is to have. Yeah whenever they talk about saffron on these shows like the persian farmers like we had to take down five hundred acres of flowers for this one teaspoon of like higher village work together. And we got this tablespoon to share for this year's harvest. It's like i like saffron but i don't know that it's worth the slashing and burning of the whole community a tablespoon. I like saffron too. But maybe you guys should keep it for yourselves. I don't think i need to go buy the ice. If you're cutting down land for the ice cream. I'll get something else. We don't have any more what they're left because we use it to water the saffron but enjoy this half a tablespoon. What is the best high end meal you've ever had. Oh shit oh shit. So here's the thing. I it's hard for me especially with meals out to discern the taste of the food versus the overall experience. It's kind of hard for me to parse those two and not that. You're asking me to do that so i think it's all part and parcel i think it's You know one of my favorite quote unquote fancy meals was. It's not even really that high end. The food wasn't it wasn't like a you know prestigious but it was at this place called mama's fish house in maui. It was kind of expensive and hard to get into. But like i had never been to. Hawaii and mama's fish house was far from our hotel so we were going from the airport. And it's like the first thing we did was sit down at this restaurant. That looks out into the like a hawaiian beach and off into the ocean. And it's all brittan. Bamboo with like slow moving wicker fans and the food was absolutely stellar. And the my tie was so good. I had plans. We had eleven madison park reservations for august in new york. Oh wow we were going back to new york to go visit. We're both from there so we're going to visit our families and then everything got shut down. But the thing we're looking most forward to wasn't eleven madison park res- and so that will come back. That's on the docket for whenever we have to go to new york again to see our families. We will be making wildly expensive detour into manhattan. My buddy just got the eleven madison park they have like takeaway dinner thing that they're doing and it's like i was like how was it. He was like you know it was cool. But it's like they're like asking me to cook like a fancy chef like they're like here's the duck. Now you're gonna suv this for fifteen hours and then you want to slice it on the bias perfect bias. Make sure the angle is that. Yeah you're like oh shit. I'm tabbed. I'm way over my head immediately. What is your favorite low end meal here. We go. Ooh ooh ooh okay. Again vibe 'wise waiting for the fire island ferry. When i'm like twenty one years old with some lifeguard buddies..

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"madison park" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"madison park" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The region right now High Today of 80 Cloudy, still muggy tonight, Lois 65. It's 59 degrees in Milwaukee at seven o'clock from the WTMJ breaking news center. Milwaukee County Judge Christopher fully giving the city 45 days to try to reach a settlement. The keeper retired Milwaukee Police chief Alfonso Morale is off the force following Wednesday's hearing. Morale is his attorney, Ray Della Stowe, says any settlement needs to cover more than just pay and benefits have been a lot of other costumes. The chief financial reputational and whatever that comes into the mix, Della still adds more Alice would be ready to return to the force of a settlement is not reached, was already back in August. Was ready in December when judge fully ordered reverse the FPC's decision and he's ready now. Judge Pauley rejected the fire and Police Commission's argument. Morale is's retirement prevents him from being reinstated. Steam. Albert WTMJ news We will have more with morale is his attorney Ray Dallas, though he will join us live at 7 21 Milwaukee County Judge says he'll render his decision into whether a special prosecutor will be appointed in the case of a man who was shot to death by former Wauwatosa police officer Joseph MENSA. Next month. An attorney for the family of J. Anderson Jr says they want criminal charges filed against men So Joseph MENSA Should be charged with homicide by the negligent handling of a dangerous weapon. Anderson was shot by mention June 2016 MENSA, arguing that Anderson had a gun with him in Madison Park when he was killed. Kimberly Motley says no crime was committed. Wisconsin is an open carry state, which means that J. Anderson is legally allowed to carry a weapon. And when Officer ments approached him, he had no idea whether or not that weapon was legal or not. Mike Spaulding Wtmj news, reckless driving on the rise, not just in the city of Milwaukee, WTMJ Is Tony Bedrock live in the breaking news center tea and some in the city are pushing for more speed bumps to try to cut down on the issue after the county's deadliest year for traffic. That's in 2020, But even cities like Greenfield a reporting problems on the road, Police chief Jay Johnson tells WTMJ Steve Skiff et it appears some drivers don't care if they're breaking the law just going through red lights, high speeds. Um, you know, disobeying stop signs, not obeying traffic laws. Speed laws be limit laws, Johnson says his officers they're chasing reckless drivers almost daily Democrats moving forward with a plan to create a commission to look into the January 6th mob attack on the U. S. Capitol. The legislation met opposition after Republican and Democratic negotiators struck a deal for equal power on the commission. The distinguished minority leader sent a letter to Speaker Pelosi. Asking for an equal 55 ratio and appointments by Democrats Republicans on this commission. He got it. Some Republicans want to expand the commission to look at other political violence and demonstrations, including last summer's racial justice protests. We truly hope to find answers. The American people that we must take into account everything. Skyler every CBS News Capitol Hill, a member of the Israeli Consulate for the Midwest, hopes that peace comes soon as conflict continues between Israel and Hamas. Daniela Show, I'm telling Wisconsin's afternoon news folks in Wisconsin should care about what's happening in the Middle East. The interest off any Midwesterner is deceased ability. In the Middle East and for that one, it's the glass and say no to Hamas aggression, which does exactly the opposite off These stabilizing the region. Sharon says he would not support any ceasefire that does not prevent Hamas from rearming and potentially firing rockets again back into Israel. Wisconsin's morning news sponsored by BBC, lighting thousands of fixtures plus specially lights, antiques and collectibles on the Web at BBC lighting com. Coming up work begins on Camp Randall, citing unlimited wtmj news time +704. Hi folks. This is Hank Albert, owner of BBC lining with spring in the air, a young man's fancy turns to ceiling fans.

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Eleven Madison Park to Reopen With No Meat on Its Menu

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Eleven Madison Park to Reopen With No Meat on Its Menu

"Madison park which is really fancy restaurant in new york city. Where like full disclosure my stepsister. Her husband worked because they're super awesome. Chefs yeah will no longer serve meat or seafood. When it reopens next month it will be a plant based menu. It's not sustainable.

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"madison park" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"madison park" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"In the university district is out. The blaze started around noon and destroyed the historic seven Gables Theater flame shot through the roof. Smoke billowed high into the sky. The theater has been closed since 2017 no injuries, according to Seattle Fire. New coronavirus numbers out of Pierce County Thursday. There are 399 new cases in the county and two new deaths. There have been more than 4100 cases over the last two weeks. There has been a record number of tests in the past several weeks in the county says the percent positive rate is declining. So far, the virus has killed 3162 people in Washington. The residents of a long term care facility in Seattle's Madison Park are some of the first in the state to get the Koven vaccine and their health services director says they're honored. Blessed Relieved. Ah, historic event like this, You know, we have to pinch ourselves ago. You know no one's ever done this before. According to Cairo, seven TV, All of the residents at Park Shore and about half of its workers got a shot Wednesday. After displacing people living in Cal Anderson Park last Friday and removing around 100 tons of debris. Seattle has reopened it leading some neighbors to wonder We got our park back shore. Where the all the people go. According to Cairo seven TV, the city will set up outdoor dining areas, ping pong tables and other activities next week. There are also new signs posted that say no camping. A lot of people want to leave Seattle, according to Redfin, according to data from the real estate APP. 14% of users in Seattle are looking at homes and other cities. That's compared to 11% last year. And I'm on one outage in 2018 could end up costing centurylink more than $7 million in fines. The outage lasted more than two days impacted 39 states, including more than seven million people in Washington. Time now for your Cairo radio weather rain on Christmas with highs in the mid forties. I'm Lacey Evans. For breaking news highlights, podcasts and more. Download the Cairo radio at Cairo radio and cheer for what's.

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"madison park" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"madison park" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The Christmas special is not the 19th. I thought it was on Friday on your usual time slot on TBN. I thought they were putting in there, right? That's the 18 18 18. Yeah, Christmas special. We did. Is going in the air on TV and December 18 and folks, you haven't seen it. I'm proud. Promise you You won't believe it. I had people coming up to me last night and saying Tell me that TV is going to read here. Your Christmas special. I wasn't. I mean, I didn't bring it up. They brought it up. So there's a lot of crazy stuff album. You're in it. I got it. I have the 3.5 years I've been working for you. It's the most fun. Two weeks of producing and being in something. Chris Heinz wrote some great sketches. You wrote great sketches. New school casts. It's so exciting. It's fun, right? I mean, look. It's when I read your sketches. Chris. I just thought this is comedy gold. There's a reason people say your comedic genius because you are and so they don't say it often, But you know, this time they're not applied. But you know that my friend Tom Newman from TBN. He didn't think most of it was funny, and I love it. When people like my friends, they confide in me like I just I just didn't find it that funny. It's like Tom, You're not Lorne Michaels. Like Really. I'm not looking to you for like comedic criticism. But there's always It's always my friends. It's always like the people that I love most. That hurt me. But let me tell you something People of quality No, it's it's comedy Gold. So people who check that out TBN, um and on that show, I think my Clindell appears on that show and, of course, I think the code was New York for that show. So if you watch that show, you're going to use the code. New York. I can't say that on this program on this program. You can only use the code, Eric, but we've got to go back to my store dot com people if you haven't visited this yet the items there are so loony that I don't know, but Album. Are you on that page now, Um, I am this hamster Homes collection is not there yet. I'm hoping to get it up there. I'm not sure I can make Christmas but go, you know, find it somewhere. If you can't find out my story, your books, you're gonna be there. My book's gonna be there, but I'm talking about like the loony stuff that's there. They've got stuff. I mean, here's the Here's the one This was my favorite. Madison Park Foods is a maker of gourmet poultry rubs. They're featured at my store dot com and their poultry. Rob, Are you ready for this? Ready for the name of the poultry rub? It's called chairman of the.

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"madison park" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"madison park" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It's time for food for thought sixty trivia right here in the Seattle kitchen coming to you from serious take out in Ballard a combined get a pie sometime ago over to Luke in the Madison park now get some dinner some money coming over some I'm coming over for some beef Burgundy all that is on the menu so you can order it online and get a full tomorrow night let's see Tino no our producers going to administer the quiz and tell us the rules I most certainly am okay we love playing this game every week here's what's going to happen each of you will get five questions whoever gets the most correct is obviously the winner gets the least amount of answers correct though is the loser and that person needs to pony something up to somebody who you will be playing for you today you'll be playing for any Robbins and he is a big fan of the show in such a big fan that she's actually a member of Seattle kitchen and the way that Danny became a member of Seattle kitchen as she went to Petri on dot 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lunch towards towards lunch to go ugly wonderful chef Tom Douglas should you lose this quiz today what would you give away well depending on what we have for it appetizers right now we've got some delicious Prosser farm salad but I'm gonna give away a martini kit having all these cool cocktail kids here at the takeout and we're trying to move them so I'm going to the order the movement even if I don't want to so that's the bottle of gin a bottle of your moves that's while I'm in M. twist from all of us and it's going to be delicious and then that's going to come with the Seattle kitchen radio show a print at any just hope domino's and he's like what I gotta do it is both she was out last week I got crushed last week so that's true that's true all right who would like to go to first time stone through his shift here your first question we saw the horseradish into Merrick all come from which part of their respective plant the route correct number two for you which of the following cheeses melt the cleanest monsters aged parmesan hello me what's the sort of the third one halloumi okay which is not the time was honest the enters of monsters monsters makes better I currently am okay question number three for you chef teary sherry is a fortified wine that is most commonly from which of the following countries it's Switzerland Italy or Spain that's what the when they're gonna say Spain I was like Spain please correct all right to correct when incorrect for you question number four horned Crenshaw and Santa Claus all varieties of what fruit melon yes never heard of that before good job a rate that is three correct and only one in correct your last question true or false this base sumac comes from the battery of its plant true correct one in today read oh my god almighty separately by leaving would you like to go next I would love to I read your first question a Polish sausage made commonly of pork or a mix of beef and pork and is flavored with garlic pimento then closed is known as what what is that is it a parkour worst a bratwurst kielbasa or Frankfurter Abbas said correct when groups are steamed and then are leveled they are known as what steel cut oats raw oats stone ground oats or rolled oats one of the known **** oaks yep that's the answer anyone that makes sense yeah all right question number three for you you're on a roll what type of vehicle is made using it many gerkin cucumbers Cornish on I love those there so good so good last week you mentioned them and somebody said I went and bought a mansion and then the pickle section perfect little snack they're so good like kings cake is commonly associated with what holiday Mardi Gras Mardi Gras for a perfect and your last question true or false salted cured egg yolks when she makes a great substitute for blue cheese I guess all of your correct a great corporate yes five out of five in a while thank you Steve happy for you there's some good trivia questions coming up on our future okay shift on Douglas you're up and D. perfect score is the thing to be today can you do it can you do it I can't beat a perfect score okay first question well cutting an onion which direction of cut causes the most crying cutting the with or against the natural grain of the canyon yeah question number two for you peppercorns are actually a dried portion of the plant what portion of the plant is dried to produce some yeah you had options even chef you didn't need options we don't have a perfect scores I'm just gonna go it is going to do it English muffins are crumpets made with the batter rather than a duo profits yeah man man is killing it the press is a blooming spices commonly happens in which of the following components sugars gluten stats are starches fats all right your last question is coming from our P. Treon Stephen fair asks what's the name of the reaction that turns a golden fruit sorry Mr again what's the name of the reaction that turns food golden brown is it mallard reaction that chariman reaction for the Escoffier reaction this is hard for the mental yeah well here's what I gotta do you gotta put the the answer for me Stephen because I don't really know what we know the answer don't worry yeah I what is it not a very good god Malan I do want to just keep that see also get a perfect storm I mean shift here he did not win today I mean you get lunch Luke coming out though sorry absolutely none of the public to go look in the beginning let let let subject is Louis lunch at little a twenty five dollar life's hard yeah okay what is that kind of like a quarter of a hamburger night then you don't get bigger you gets chicken sandwich you get at what is do we have we have a cassoulet of of pulled Bailey and sausage books also that sounds good if you want to be part of the show and go to Luke or lay out for free you can also be carried out in the Caribbean challenge or you can join the community on Facebook or become a member and patron dot com forward slash Seattle kitchen this is show is.

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Maryland - Baltimore mayor: Amid coronavirus crisis, criminals should 'put down the guns'

Howie Carr

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Maryland - Baltimore mayor: Amid coronavirus crisis, criminals should 'put down the guns'

"Baltimore mayor Jack young urged residents to put down their guns and he'd orders to stay home after multiple people were shot Tuesday night amidst the corona virus pandemic young said hospital beds are needed to treat positive Colbert nineteen patients and not for senseless violence seven people were shot Tuesday night in the Madison park

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"madison park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"madison park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Similar demonstrations trying to address the climate crisis in Harvard James R. O. hasta you Vesey Boston's newsradio and now to Roxbury where Boston police are investigating after a body was discovered outside Madison park vocational high school this morning this happened around ten fifteen on Malcolm X. Boulevard Boston public schools are currently on winter break so no classes were happening when the body was found we will continue to keep you updated here WBZ radio as more information becomes available the deadline to file claims for the Columbia gas settlement is now extended to more details coming up on that in just a few minutes about your right right now it is twelve thirty three traffic and weather together starting with this Super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic in the threes any hot spots right now for what to some troubles up to the north here one twenty eight north bound to get brake lights getting by four to twenty five up to these crews taking out the right lane just before that route three offramp rest of the roads up to the north are pretty quiet downtown to get the lever down ramps all jammed up getting down to the lever tunnel there are backing out and over high truck here as you try to get on to star drive west bound now once they clear that truck will re open the roadway and then once you get on star a west bound watch out for delays approaching these right lane crucible by the be you bridge expressway north bound hung up just a bit here through Columbia road southbound looking good down the Braintree no troubles down a bridge three twenty four or ninety five and the mass pike is wide open between Boston and Sturbridge this report sponsored by mattress firm it's the year and sale of mattress firm through Tuesday.

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"madison park" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"madison park" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It was a much longer drive and so the city had private and public ferries that went everywhere why not do the so the some of the routes being considered are Ballard to downtown Seattle and or the Expedia campus it in a bag can more to Seattle to universe washing Madison park less I park portage bay area I think it's a stupendous idea it is something worth engaging in if you're interested let the city know like king county metro know which one of you and Tracy wall were at at sign love this idea that's what I figured I'd love this idea so very much is there anything else out there to live right now not really couple of things are watching right now when it comes to blocking incidents the left lane is blocked in north and I five as you approach Portland out into call myself pretty good line of approaching this early a wreck on north and five the Michigan curve is cleared however the wreck on northbound I. five and I. ninety is still there and it's still in the age of the line reports of a wreck on north and five out here in north gate that could be a bit of an issue we're still seeing some delays on that north on five Dr getting out towards forty first in never from early correct there as well drivers of still hit the brakes south and four oh five outside of Bellevue it looks like we're starting to see some hesitation on ninety eastbound as you work your way out of the Mercer island leading heading out towards and past a Luther Burbank park you are going to find some slowing on five eighteen at sea tac and of course the quite the crawl on SL twenty five as we head up south in our health traffic is brought to you by please hold please computer hi well traffic is brought to you by the Ashley home store there we go now and Ashley home store take advantage of fifty percent off storewide don't miss it the sale ends December twenty fourth at four only at actually home store this is home Kyra radio real time traffic and trees so we'll tell you about what most Americans don't know when are too embarrassed to ask a Houston about.

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"madison park" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"madison park" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"In the city today they're investigating the apparent murder suicide of an elderly couple in Madison park this neighbor has not seen them in two days I don't I I I can't fathom I can't I can't figure out what would happen yeah meanwhile police are trying to find suspects and three other murders and any tips from the public would be helpful last night police say a twenty seven year old man was shot when he had a friend encountered two other people walking in the lectern springs area we just don't know what turned it from what appeared to just be a chance meeting among people to you and then we see in yet another case Monday around four thirty in the morning a man was found dead on university way medical examiner has just today ruled his death a homicide the result of blunt force trauma detectives believe he had been in a fight earlier that morning and are trying to find out if that contributed to his death and finally police are still trying to find suspects in the shooting death outside a bar in Belltown from early Sunday in the battle between ranchers and wolves and environmentalists the state department of fish and wildlife is siding with ranchers for now in north eastern Washington they've authorized killing some members of a wolf pack they're praying on cattle in the northeastern part of the state given the authority to kill some members of the OP T. pack in an effort to change the behavior of the pack and keep them away from livestock there is a proposal to make the king county sheriff an appointed position rather than an elected one cover radios Caroline asorio has more every ten years the king county charter commission reviews the charter and makes recommendations for amendments some commissioners want the sheriff to be appointed by the king county executive to open up the candidate pool to a nationwide search but if you wanted to really reform the way the sheriff's office works would you necessarily want to promote somebody from inside the department to do that commissioner Nixon says this issue has divided the commission probably the most controversial issue that we've been dealing with in September the commission will decide if they will recommend a change to the council if council approves it it will go to the voters in November.

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"madison park" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"madison park" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Well, you know, didn't really Giuliani walked into New York City, and it was just a total nightmare cleaned that place up really, really was a mess. I remember there used to be all kinds of people walking the streets that are not walking the streets. You remember Madison park apartments. I do. Up in there and clean that up. But they sued us for two million dollars. Only Murphy honorable mister Murphy, but he didn't get for me because I was honest about what a deposition, and, you know, I said, these people that we locked up, causing problems just didn't Bali people's rights. I said he could bring you people in here that I locked up, and they'll tell you did. I did my job. Right. Right. And they, they sued the woman soon. But she was she was aggravating Pete. What she had good dealers. This fact that what I'm telling you. Right. And, and they sued any, they settled at a court, I guess, one worth aggravation, right? At Madison park was clues them which was the best thing they were trying to get on anyway. The best thing they could have been anybody because it wasn't a drug infested and shootings in there. You know what I mean? It was just a problem. I hope mill community into reservoir. All right. Right. But now it's nothing there and mostly lives. Right up on the corner of it. Well, she'll be running for elections or something to be male state's attorney again and, you know, people because I actually think the demographics of Baltimore City changing, and I think the economic base may be changed again, because you're gonna have more fluent people moving into town. Do you know that this is the first time in history? It's fun. Bring this up. Seventy four hundred people actually left Baltimore that went down population down for the first time. Seventy four hundred but I think at some point it'll stop. I think there's some at some point, more fluent people are going to move in. It's going to be like DC. I mean, a lot of areas in DC street, fourteen three Georgia. We're all drug infested everything else, and they started sitting. Yeah. Any crazy selfie? It's all built up. And I think Baltimore City is going to be the same way Diggle decisions going to change because of the real estate, the real the real estate is still valuable, and I think as the real estate becomes available property taxes increase more fluent base. How can you real estate be valuable when the water is so expensive debate for in Baltimore City, the taxes are? Eventually the people that run the city will change. You can get people to run the city that they care about the city, and I think you'll have residents they're going to take more interest attacking those in government. What's your name there? Mary young 'cause I mean he is Jack young is doing a good job. Yeah. Actually, he seems to be a little bit more. I would agree with you more active doing his job in probably last company check young knows more about that job than three mayors new combined because he's been around for. So he's been around that city inside. And if you can bring people back to the police department to help run it. But the here's they were doing a lot of my friends when I come back, and I don't think that I think one of the reasons Jack might not wanna run is because he might see the writing on the wall. And I believe the next mayor of Baltimore City will be an African American woman. Because that's what it's been the last three times. Because whatever they can do to be great. Totally agree with that comment. But I just feel that the way it has gone, I was Sheila. And then we had Stephanie, and we had Catherine. Joanie. Good. Mayor. What do you think about very balletic got fired for what she said? Well, that was the issue that was on TV when she said that she got far for San. Got fired. But I didn't say anything terribly wrong. I was pushing the envelope..

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"madison park" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"madison park" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Lou Garcia Navarro. It was right after the election of America's first black president and Kwami on watch. He was hungover. He dropped out of college. He was dealing drugs and had been partying all night long. He was he says lost. And then he saw president elect Obama grinning after his historic victory. And when he turned off that television set he says he saw his own face reflected back at him. I can do anything. And I really flushed everything that I had down the toilet. And was like I need to find myself. And find out what I'm gonna do how I'm going to be the first to do something. He went to the grocery store and started to buy ingredients he began to cook a meal, a chicken curry to be exact at that time. I didn't know that wanted to cook. But it was like here's something that I'm familiar with. Here's something that brings back these fond memories. And I want to explore this a little bit more quote me on watching the road to the rarefied world of fine cuisine has had. Many fits and starts which details in his memoir notes from young black. Chef eventually he would work in the best restaurants in America. Have a stint on the TV cooking show top chef and open and close is first restaurant in Washington DC before landing at his new venture kiffin kin. But where he really started understanding the food that would inspire him was in his mother's kitchen in the Bronx. And his father's Nigerian family, my mother. She started catering company shop way from the house and me, and my sister became a first to employees and times are hard a lot of times where we didn't have lights on my mother made up a game called lights out where we all slept in a living room together and put candles everywhere. And she shielded me with a love instead of revealing to me the harsh realities that were going on at that point in time. And her background is is also a lot of Creole cooking Tribune cooking. Exactly. And then you father has the Nigerian and Jamaican Jamaican ancestry. And so you got those African influences as well. And you ended up living in jail for a couple of years. Yes. Yes. I spend a couple years. They're learning about my culture, my ancestors traditions, an inherently also learned a lot about cooking. You know, if we wanted chickens there was no like Super Bowl twenty wing package. If you want to twenty wings, the ten chickens. That's how it worked there. You know? And he took all that into the high temples of American cuisine. I at per se than eleven Madison park two of the top restaurants in this country both of multiple Michelin stars. But I'm watching memoir is not just a story about his rise from poverty and struggle to the kitchens of cuisine. It's also a meditation on what goes on behind the perfect facade of fine dining what it's like to be a black man in this rarefied were. World. He tells the story of alerting the head chef of eleven Madison park to a word that has a double meaning as a racist slur that was being used during table side preparations in front of guests. He was told not to worry about it. Because quote, no black people eat here. Anyway, these jokes happen more than you think we get looked over more than you think. And it's not the direct racism that joke was more clear to me than like men. Why am I not moving up? Why am I being looked over? You know, why this this guy that just started doing my job, I'm doing well for knits? The unspoken racism. That's that's hurtful. I'm watching left eleven Madison park. He wanted to cook his own food a successful stint on top chef boosted his exposure as he was opening. His first restaurant is only twenty six people seemed almost Klifa he says when that first venture failed saying he didn't deserve it yet. He hadn't paid his dues. I mean, it infuriated me at the time. Also to whom are you paying your dues to and? And who are setting these dues that are said to be paid these days on watches new restaurant called kiffin kin has gotten rave reviews, and he wants people to think about why critics and customers deem only certain food worthy to be eating in the best restaurants. It's secret club of like, okay?.

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"madison park" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"madison park" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Handle is forum and Lauren Brown. Lauren bronzes science teacher Madison park academy we go to you with a tweet here from a listener named Rebecca who says when my now fifth graders started school in Oakland. I was shocked to see science treated like a once a week enrichment. This is obvious and overdue. What kind of response are you getting from parents, for example, along those lines? They like you prepared. Parents are enjoying it more. So because the students are coming have happier. They're coming and raving about science. In response to her son about getting science once a week. Our district if she is like hurston isn't a public school. They have a requirement for a certain number of hours at the student is supposed to get. And so there shouldn't be like a once a week. I know for fifth grade they should be getting at least ninety minutes of hands on and that's only hands on. And so for that student only be getting a once a week science. Not necessarily in compliance with. Bash anyone's teaching. But. My students, and I'll speak to my students. I've only worked in Oakland only taught NGSS. My students. The parents are coming up to me and saying that my student loves your class. My sooner has taught me this. My stealing is going into the back yard and doing this. We recently finished our live science unit. And so we did the dung beetle. The beatles. We have meal worms. All these types of insects, and I let the students take them home because the parents were upset with me. But it science so they weren't really that upset was actually even one student who I gave him just the jar Beatles because he just wanted them like this Friday at least one hundred. And so he snuck them home in his dad found out and wouldn't let him take them in the house. So he kept them on the porch and would bring them back to school every morning, and then bring them back and put him on the porch. And then bring them back to school because he wasn't allowed to take them in the house. But that's what science is you wherever you're training future. Beetle hoarders. Tamala GIS exactly I future entomologists by giving students that option to take what they've learned in class and explore outside of class. NGSS is giving them the skills that they need to combine with their previous knowledge current knowledge, and what they're gonna learn. And then doing what they want with it. Let me rectify something. I want to give out the right phone number. Because apparently, I I think it was that I was calling earlier this morning. So. The number to call. The join us again. It's toll free is eight six six seven three three six seven eight six and you can do that. Now, if you're listening again toll free, eight six six seven three three six seventy six seventy asked me yesterday. What do you say toll free just in the bay area here? Anybody can call for free. But no, we have listeners on serious will be on the bay area and let me effect. We got a call up here from Robin San Francisco, rob join us here on the air. Welcome. Thank you. This is a great topic. I'm so glad to hear that more focus is gonna go towards science and critical thinking, and and trying to shed a light on some of the fake news. It goes rather than I think getting people educated is fantastic. But I keep hearing about a brain drain from places in the financial sector like Wall Street that capture some of the people that are maybe great in math or great thinkers, and they talk him into going to Wall Street to make a buck or going into banking or finance or someplace else that really kind of to me is is losing some of the the people that are out there. And how can we stem the tide of this? If this is happening. Who would like to take on that rather provocative question? I can I think that if we invest in teachers and invest in education that we're not going to have that brain, drain, right? We've already had examples of Oakland and LA with teachers protesting and picketing because they don't feel respected. They don't feel treated as professionals. So how then can we elevate the profession of teaching especially when it comes to science, especially when it comes to. I'm raising good citizens. Right. I have a five and a seven year old, and I'm to be Frank. I'm not really interested right now in college or career for them. I'm interested in them being good science citizens. Right. And so if we can help elevate the teaching profession, and then use these standards is a ways to invest all of our children, not just the AP students. Not just the honor students, not just the white students. Right. But all students with these practices. Then I think we're going to have an opportunity to not have a brain drain, but also think across disciplines right science is a Swiss army knife of content because it can connect with English it connect with math, and the standards that we've done with math English language arts. And now. Now science are all connected around practices. We have a wonderful invitation to work across disciplines, and therefore we wouldn't have a brain drain. We would have just have people that are much more invested in thinking across disciplines rather than being silent. So that's my humble opinion as a parent and also as director of teaching and learning here, thanks for stepping up with your humble opinion hair.

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"madison park" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"madison park" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are organizing for rent control, the Volkan loss in the fruitvale district are home to about two hundred people in the property hit this crazy real estate market last year. The asking price sixteen point two million dollars to tell us how the tenants are trying to make sure they don't get priced out by the next owner Sam lefavor of arts joins us. Good morning. Sam thanks so who owns this property now. And what are they saying you get for sixteen point two million dollars? Well, the property is owned by Madison park financial, which is a big prominent Oakland developer that was founded by a guy named John Protopappas. Who's actually that? Campaign finance manager for nearly be chef or has served as that in the past basically, Madison park circulated and offering memo to potential investors and the tenants got that memo, and it really worried them because the offering them describes the property as a rent control exempt opportunity and the offering memo actually outlines how a buyer could raise the rent and pass on more utilities costs. So you went there who lives there really have all kinds of artists and crafts people living and working at the Vulcan almost all these ESPN's have really high ceilings so that is ideal for the not insignificant amount of jugglers who live there. It's also home to musicians and a lot of textile artists really all kinds of performing arts. What exactly do they want? And how are they organizing for it? They got with some lawyers, and the lawyers and the tenants are petitioning the city of Oakland to say, you know, what this property was improperly exempted from rank control back in the eighties. So now they're going to challenge that Boyd will will have to make a decision. Now, you mentioned that Madison park has kind of tight relationship with Oakland. Mayor Libby chef how is the city of Oakland getting involved in the situation around the Vulcan, so Oakland, mayor Libby, shafts policy director for arts spaces is a woman named Kelly Khan, and she's been really instrumental in trying to bring nonprofit developers and basically friendly buyers to the table with Madison park because from her perspective. And the tenants perspective if they can get nonprofit buyer or a buyer that's more motivated by stewardship than speculation, then many. They can preserve the place as it is. So what this comes down to is all these petitions are gonna hit the ramp in Oakland in April. And that government body is going to make a decision about was this place properly exempted from rent control in nineteen eighty seven or not. All right. Well, K Q E D arts reporter Sam thanks so much. Thank you, Ryan. Now, it's time for bay curious where we answer listener questions about life in the bay area this week. Our question comes from Jonathan Morton the question I had is is there such a thing as a San Francisco accent to answer Jonathan's question. We've got someone who's had some conversations about accents. Khloe veldman. Hey, Chloe LA, Brian. So let's get going by having me play. You something tough. Tony petra. Maga Sada slot. Whatever they used to ask me, you know, when I left them off at a transfer point. Are you from Brooklyn? I says no I'm not from Brooklyn out from Sada market. I certainly would have said Brooklyn. But really I mean, what is that? So that is tough tiny. He's a San Francisco bus drive out and that interviews recorded in one thousand nine hundred five his accent was known as the mission broke its particular Irish Jewish people. He started settling in the city around the gold rush days in a bit later, and they came by east coast, which is why the accent sounds a bit like New York accent. And it's very distinctive. Do you hear it in people in a few? You can hear traces of it, for example, in Jerry Brown's voice. Our former governor comes from true, San Francisco Irish stock spent one point five million dollars with nine bedrooms. And it looks kind of like a Safeway store that is early Jerry Brown because one point five million dollars. Get your shack. Yeah. It comes from the nineteen seventies. Actually. And if you ask people for an example of a San Francisco accident, they might point to that. You know, like the way Brown says store instead of store at the end of that cut. But I feel like I hear lots of San Franciscans talk. And this doesn't sound very common to me. Right. I think you're correct Brian. It's fading away. And really San Franciscans native. Scientists have a lot of ways of speaking take us into this.

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"madison park" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"madison park" Discussed on Mixergy

"You ask them for the photos, if you stocks surreal photos. Why see fruition will put will brand your listings to with their stuff? Yeah. The bomb. Got a little first thing in there. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Anything? Have you done anything? Interesting with all the successive you gotten to splurge on yourself. I think I live a pretty good life. I'm very happy here with my family. I'm not a splurge earlier, but I do to spend money on food quite quite a food. Thank really nice restaurants. Good restaurants. You've gone too. In New York when my favorite spots is eleven Madison park. I went there before they were number one in the world last year in white. Sitting there number one of the world in white number one restaurant in the world last year, necessarily or see what they have even had my bachelor party there, which seems like a crazy place hosts about reporting, we're not crazy enough. This is like a nice white linen place. Yeah. It's amazing the food experience there. I mean, each course is just it's own experience. You feel like you're traveling to a new area every time they bring something else out the table and the the way the statics review. It's like like theater do get dressed up for this thing. The first time I ever went. I was laid coming coming off my plane, I hadn't Under Armour t shirt on and I had dress clothes my bag, you know, plan on in early changing. And I asked the hostess, you know, she could help me find a place like a change. And she said if you're comfortable in that shirt were comfortable for you. What how all these guys weren't Susan's for coats and stuff like that. Where this little under armor shirt you comfortable in it. I'd feel a little bit uncomfortable depending on. Yeah. I mean, I it wasn't like it was a lunch at the time. So maybe that helped out a little bit. I wear this type of clothing every day when I go to work. So I do like to dress up. My go out only time early dress up. I must tire jacket or gestures work every day. You know what I must? Number two. I can tell. I'm trying to step it up. This the first time in a long time that I'm not wearing jeans and wearing these black jeans like things probably from Levi's store. I did. So our ads have photos of me, and we needed more photos said to the photographer. Look, I don't have anything other than t shirts if you wanna work with me, you have to take the store to and take me shopping and the guy did a great job. I just dig Joe's style actually shipping things that you don't wear. No he won for once. He did the first time was some things. I don't somethings. I do the second time was everything. I I wear and what we did that really helped me was we went into the mall, and I sat him down at at ten thirty and we had scotch and I drank like four glasses of scotch. I think he might have had. When the shopping. Okay, exactly now, I'm not like so uptight about it. I tried different clothes, and then we go out, and we take photos, and here's the upside of it all fricken photos. He took increased our conversion rate dramatically, suddenly the people on my team. Just all they did was replace the fucking photos, cursing, getting cited just changing the photos increase the results dramatically, and I thought all right. That was totally worth. It totally worth it. So the photos will trusted you more nicer clothes was that it. I mean, it was better looking shot. Some of it was nicer clothes, and yes, I do think they trusted me more some of it was nicer closed. Some of it was nicer shots. And he was smart about it. He the second time..

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"madison park" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"madison park" Discussed on KCRW

"That's coming up in just twenty minutes. Welcome back to good food on KCRW. I'm Evan Kleiman. The hospitality industry is a natural landing spot for many of California's ten million foreign born workers immigrants who speak little English can often find work behind the scenes where language isn't a barrier to entry jobs like dishwashers and barbeques. But after a certain point advancement can be difficult. It's a problem that troubled Erin, Polski bar manager at Harvard in stone. We need to be looking after the people that work for us. Here's her Polskie stepped in with a solution that we learned about through an article in the LA times. So you're transplant here from New York, and you worked at milk and Honey there and eleven Madison park and absence bar white star pretty high and bar programs. Yeah, I'd say so how long have you been Los Angeles before these issues facing upward mobility with your staff started to sort of bug. You actually notice it in New York. I noticed how few of. The bars I worked at most of the bars had barbeques that had been on staff for the entirety of the bars existence. And some of them made it the bartender, but some of them had been barbeques all the time. And that's how I started observing. And then that occurred to me over time that this is a problem that as a result of a language barrier and the training that can happen, and.

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Grindr, Criticized for Not Protecting Users HIV Status, Draws Criticism from WeHo City Council Members

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:06 min | 4 years ago

Grindr, Criticized for Not Protecting Users HIV Status, Draws Criticism from WeHo City Council Members

"To stop and addicts path to self destruction under ricky's law drug users may be committed to treatment if the court decides they pose a threat to themselves or to others the deadline for closing the russian consulate here in seattle has passed komo's eric heintz reports aside from security officers today there is little trace of russians inside the consulate and residents in madison park were ordered closed by the trump administration in retaliation for russia's alleged use of a nerve agent to poison a former russian intelligence agent and his daughter in britain monday was the deadline the us expelled sixty russian diplomats and closed russia's seattle operation which the white house as an outpost for intelligence agents a former local fbi agent told the seattle times consulates can be used to run covert activities and naval base kitsap boeing and microsoft are potential local targets eric heintz komo news sali's and auburn releasing a video they hope will solve the mystery of a hit and run that happened nearly two months ago komo's steve mccarron with more with little evidence no witnesses and no suspects auburn police hope this surveillance video will help lead to something bigger aclu's some tidbit of information that can help them identify the person behind the wheel of this older white or light colored sedan that was driving south on a street southeast the night of february seventh but you can actually see the car hits connie braswell driver never slowed down never stopped just left her out on the road police say the car that hit braswell likely has significant front end damage should may have been a toyota someone a relative a friend a coworker has to know something about who was driving it and where the car might be now the victim remains in critical condition at harborview medical center popular gay dating app grinder says it will stop sharing its users hiv status that move comes after criticism from the aids healthcare foundation grinder says the data was not used to target advertisers were sold to third parties it was given to two companies to test the apps performance now they're working to remove that information from those companies the man shot and killed near seattle center early sunday mornings been identified as twenty one year old trayvon mccoy mccoy who was a local rapper last performed saturday night was shot in the head at first avenue north and republican street police have not released.

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Travis AFB explosion: No known terror link in fiery van crash, FBI says

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:13 min | 4 years ago

Travis AFB explosion: No known terror link in fiery van crash, FBI says

"News time ten forty nine mostly cloudy right now forty three degrees in boston good saturday morning teeny gal wbz news top stories now boston officials are estimating as many as forty thousand people could be taking part in today's march for our lives well the march just got started moments ago looks like from madison park technical vocational high in roxbury there protesters are now heading to boston common or the rally kicks off this afternoon at two o'clock and today's march and rally are just one of more than eight hundred vents nationwide counter protests are also planned today across the country by nra activists at pennsylvania school district is teaching students and staff different ways of defending classrooms from an armed assault which by the way includes throwing rocks at intruders in after many years of discussion and months of negotiations a criminal justice reform bill is officially introduced on beacon hill looking for love a line well don't go to craigslist looking for electron ix cars furniture a roommate craigslist can fill your knees but when it comes to finding love or companionship the website has decided to move on the classified ads site took its personal section offline in the us after the senate passed an anti sex trafficking bill that could hold the website and others responsible for illegal activity the company says the fight online sex trafficking act seeks to subject websites to criminal and civil liability craigslist left a message on its website saying to the millions of spouses partners and couples who met through craigslist we wish you every happiness todd at abc news investigators in california are trying to determine why man with no apparent ties to terrorism drove a flaming minivan full of propane tanks and gasoline cans through the main gate of a major northern california air force base this week and fbi official says a fifty one year old hafeez kazi died in a minivan after veering through the gate at travis air force base and then crashing wednesday night causey had no known links to terrorism did not believe behind a manifesto or any threats or explanation and a video found on cell phone provided little clues it was only after the fire was out that rescuers realized that mini van was loaded with propane tanks and gasoline cans an out.

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