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"main park" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
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"main park" Discussed on The Current
"Although i went to a match where they were piping in Artificially the sound of applause and cheering and that was just really weird. Because i'm here. I am staring at these empty stands and yet hearing Kind of taped recordings of applause. Cheer that you know. It's just very irian. A little bit sad and certainly bittersweet. I covered the nineteen ninety eight Olympic games in nagano japan. And i do remember how very proud the japanese were to show their country in their culture to the world. I'm wondering if that the if there's a sense of that among the japanese people. I mean they are. The games are being lauded for their level of organization. If nothing else well. I mean i think a lot of people feel like they didn't get to show the country. I was watching the closing ceremony last night. And there was a segment where they had people on the street dressed refashion dancing doing couple eva doing double dose job skateboarding Do the stunt biking and it was supposed to evoke at japanese or tokyo park A little bit more actively than normal day park all at once. But i had the feeling watching that like this is what the people who came for. The olympics didn't see i was talking to sports editor tonight explaining to him where yoyogi park. The the main park where a lot of this stuff happens is and is not something that he thought to see because he was in quarantine for fourteen days and it just seems a little bit of a missed opportunity for japan that they really did want to show off their country and they haven't really been able to and just finally the olympics may be over but the paralympics are set to begin in about two weeks. What water japanese views toward that starting up and people coming in again well. They haven't actually decided what they're going to do about spectators. I mean obviously. They've already been international spectators for the pandemic but they haven't made a decision about whether they're going to also ban domestic spectators like they did for the olympic such just finished So i think people are waiting to hear about that. There probably is a little bit of weariness layer gay. We're ready to be done with all of this on the other hand. I think there probably are people who have tickets will be interested to know whether it'll be allowed to go And then there will also be questions for the organization of it and how it's managed because there are lots of different issues for paralympic athletes like whether or not they're allowed to bring assistance they may normally have and so i think will be a lot of focusing attention on you know how normal those games can be given all of the protocols that are normal is just not normal anymore. No there is no normal mature. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you so much for having me. Matoka riches tokyo bureau chief for the new york times for more. Cbc podcasts goto. Cbc dot ca slash podcasts..
"main park" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"We all want to get back out there but be warned when making plans this summer. Everyone has the same idea as you. Right now. National and state parks are being overwhelmed with people trying to enjoy outdoor activities at Arches National Park in Utah. They reached capacity and close the gates the visitors most days before nine a.m. More on how everywhere is packed Right now, we'll speak to Alison Poli reporter at The Wall Street Journal. Some of the most popular national parks are expecting record crowds the summer and these are parks that have already seen a lot of visitation. So some of these parks were closed last spring, and then when they reopened last summer, people flock to them because they were able to be outside there are able to social distance and enjoy the outdoors. And visitation numbers have only increased since then. So at arches National Park, for example, the gets to the park do temporarily closed when the parking lot become full and most days that happens before nine a.m., and they will open back up anywhere from 2 to 5 hours later, But in some cases people have stealthy in lines when they go back and later in the day to try to enter the park. Yeah, and the demand is there this April, people going to the park was up 15%. 2019. So this was before the pandemic, so people are wanting to get out there. One of the interesting things that happen with all of this, though, is some some of these unattended consequences. If they can't get into the main park, they'll go on to some other undeveloped land that's in the nearby area. They make these kind of campsites there. Fires have started trash. You know it can become a big problem for the community around there as well. So a lot of people started camping during the pandemic, and so more people are camping on federal lands, and in some cases, the land that they're camping on isn't intended for tourism or overnight stays. So in some of those areas are seeing a lot more trash, even human waste, and it creates resource management issues for the local community. You know, it's kind of a catch 22 because the people in the nearby communities obviously want tourists and visitors to come by. It helps boost their economies. But as I mentioned, you know these things, uh, trash. There's been reports of graffiti in the nearby areas. You know, all of this stuff really kind of makes a mess. And what they're saying now is that they're pushing for these national parks that maybe have a reservation system where you kind of book the time that you're going to be there. But that's also being met with some skepticism. You know, some people in the community say, If you're doing it that way, then people might skip over. They might not actually come and spend their money there, So it's a really tough situation to get a handle on It is a tough situation to get a handle on, so it's exactly like you said. So some residents and activists are proposing that arches in particular institute a reservation system so people can book windows to enter the park. But as you mentioned some people in the community fear that if People think that they can't get a reservation. Then they might not even try or if they see if it's it's full that day, and they wanted to go that day in particular than they might just skip over it. But some other parks have reservation systems in place this year. Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado has a reservation system, as does Yosemite in California. So we are seeing other parks. Try that out. One of the other parts of it, too, is funding for these national parks has always been a problem. They've been losing funding and staffing leading into the pandemic. Obviously, there's a huge shutdown. Throughout their but they still haven't recovered from that part as well. No funding for the national parks has not increased in proportion to visitation. So over the past decade, if you will get between 2011 and 2019, the National Park Service lost 16% of its staff in capacity, but at the same time there was a 17% increase in visitation. So the Biden administration has proposed an increase in funding for its budget for next year, which would allow for more staff. I just want to see if that goes through. It's kind of been the theme. You know, We've been doing a lot of stories about everybody getting back to normal summer travel. It's been that theme that's still ongoing. Everybody has the same idea as you is trying to get out right now. So be ready for those long lines and having to deal with other people who are just trying to get out there as well. So the national Parks are no exception in this one. Alison Holy reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks so much for having me you're listening to the Daily Dive weekend edition. I'm Oscar Ramirez and we'll be right back. The market right now is strong for pre owned.
After a Year Stuck Indoors, Visitors Are Overcrowding National Parks
"With people trying to enjoy outdoor activities. Arches National Park in Utah. They reach capacity and close the gates. The visitors most days before nine a.m. or more on how everywhere is packed Right now, we'll speak to Alison Poli reporter at The Wall Street Journal. Some of the most popular national parks are expecting record crowds the summer and these are parks that have already seen a lot of visitation. So some of these parks were closed last spring, and then when they reopened last summer, people flock to them because they were able to be outside, they are able to social distance and enjoy the outdoors. And visitation numbers have only increased since then. So at arches National Park, for example, the gates to the park do temporarily closed when the parking lots become full and most days that happens before nine a.m., and they will open back up anywhere from 2 to 5 hours later, But in some cases, people have still seeing lines when they go back and later in the day to try to enter the park. And the demand is there this April, people going to the park was up 15% from 2019. So this was before the pandemic, so people are wanting to get out there. One of the interesting things that happen with all of this, though, is some some of these unattended consequences. If they can't get into the main park, they'll go on to some other undeveloped land that's in the nearby area. They make these kind of campsites there. Fires have started trash. You know, it can become a big problem for the community around there as well. So a lot of people started camping during the pandemic, and so more people are camping on federal lands, and in some cases, the land that they're camping on isn't intended for tourism or overnight stays. So in some of those areas are seeing a lot more trash, even human waste, and it creates resource management issues for the local community. You know, it's kind of a catch 22 because the people in the nearby communities obviously want tourists and visitors to come by. It helps
"main park" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Mhm. Mr. Visitation numbers have only increased since then. So at Arches National Park, for example. The guests to the park do temporarily closed when the parking lot become full and most days that happens before nine. A.m. Joining us now is Alison Poli reporter at The Wall Street Journal. Thanks for joining us, Alison Thanks so much for having me. I need to talk about. You know these a lot of people are getting ready for the summer getaways. A lot of people are getting some road trips, and a lot of people are heading to national parks and state parks. But there is a situation with overcrowding right now, And in some cases, these parks are closing their gates until you know some people move out. Everybody's saying basically be ready for some long lines getting into these parks. You mentioned a lot about Utah in your article because it has a bunch of different parks right now close by to each other that some people can't get into one. They'll move on to the next one. But it's still just becoming such an issue waiting in line just to get in. So Alison, tell us a little bit about what we're seeing there. Some of the most popular national parks are expecting record crowds the summer and these are parks that have already seen a lot of visitation. So some of these parks were closed last spring, and then when they reopened last summer, people flock to them because they were able to be outside. They are able to social distance and enjoy the outdoors and visitation numbers have only increased since then. So at Arches National Park, for example. The guests to the park do temporarily closed when the parking lot become fall and most days that happens before nine a.m., and they will open back up anywhere from 2 to 5 hours later, But in some cases, people have still seen lines when they go back and later in the day to try to enter the park, and the demand is there this April, people going to the park was up 15% from 2019. So this was before the pandemic, So people are wanting to get out there. One of the interesting things that happen with all of this, though. Some some of these unattended consequences. If they can't get into the main park, they'll go on to some other undeveloped land that's in the nearby area. They make these kind of campsites there. Fires have started trash, You know, it can become a big problem for the community around there as well. So a lot of people started camping during the pandemic, and so more people are camping on federal lands, and in some cases, the land that they're camping on isn't intended for tourism or overnight stays. So in some of those areas are seeing a lot more trash, even human waste, and it creates resource management issues for the local community. You know, it's kind of a catch 22 because the people in the nearby communities obviously want tourists and visitors to come by. It helps boost their economies. But as I mentioned, you know these things, uh, you trash there's been reports of graffiti in the nearby areas. All of this stuff really kind of makes a mess, And what they're saying now is that they're pushing for these national parks that maybe have a reservation system where you kind of book the time that you're going to be there. But that's also being met with some skepticism. You know, some people in the community say. If you're doing it that way, then people might skip over. They might not actually come and spend their money there, So it's a really tough situation to get a handle on It is a tough situation to get a handle on, so it's exactly like you said. So some residents and activists are proposing that arches in particular institute a reservation system so people can book windows to enter the park. But as you mentioned some people in the community fear that if People think that they can't get a reservation and they might not even try or if they see if it's it's full that day, and they wanted to go that day in particular than they might just skip over it. But some other parks have reservation systems in place this year. Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado has a reservation system, as does Yosemite in California, so we are seeing other parks. Try that out. One of the other parts of it, too, is funding for these national parks has always been a problem. They've been losing funding and staffing leading into the pandemic. Obviously, there's a huge shutdown. Throughout their but they still haven't recovered from that part as well. Of funding for the national parks has not increased in proportion to visitation. So over the past decade, if you will get between 2011 and 2019, the National Park Service lost 16% of its staff in capacity, but at the same time there was a 17% increase in visitation. So the Biden administration has proposed an increase in funding for its budget for next year, which would allow for more staff. So I guess we'll have to see if that goes through. Alison Holy reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks so much for having me Mhm.
"main park" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"main park" Discussed on KOMO
"Starts to make its first appearance. Of the day 42 in Seattle. Come on, Whose time 12 05 Washington Governor Jay Inslee, touting big improvements in distributing the cove in 19 vaccines, saying that more than 39,000 doses were administered in Washington Monday, a big jump toward the states eventual goal of 45,000 per day. Anjali also says the federal government is boosting the supply to states by 16% over the next three weeks. It means you'll be seeing more places to get your shot come mostly stall reports on that, where it Edmunds Community College. The main parking lot now a drive up mass vaccination shot spot at the Department of Health says their inventory varies daily. So you do have to qualify to make a reservation. But soon more spots are going to open up. Right now. We are still in group one A and one b. Some information you need to think about as you're trying to make reservations for the shots. This is ah Mobile side again that was set up by a local task force. But we do have more information on where all of these sites are going to be. It's a link to the Department of Health Page. They have a full map of Washington with all of the sites that now have vaccination sites set up More than 40 in King County alone, another dozen up here in Snohomish County. That's a coma news dot com under hot links. Como's Lee stole being pregnant during a pandemic is scary, and actually my family can attest. Our little one was born in March, right about the time all the shutdowns were happening, and that was a stressful time when it comes to the vaccine. Now it wasn't something available to us, then. There's some conflicting advice for Expectant Moms Co most Carleen Johnson with a close up Just this week, The World Health Organization advised pregnant women against getting the vaccine, saying with it being fast tracked and pregnant women not being part of any early studies. It's not a good idea. That is not the advice coming from.
"main park" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Is 10 02. Denver police investigating an overnight stabbing in the 4500 block of north Tulsa court. The same man was stabbed and had to be taken to the hospital with serious injuries. They're asking anyone with information to please call them. The state's first mass vaccination. Psych It's a test run tomorrow. You see health setting up in the main parking lot north, of course, field. They're gonna vaccinate 1000 people age 70 and older, So our goal here is to be able to design flow and to test how many people we might be able to vaccinate and discover how efficiently This might be done. If it goes well. They hope to vaccinate 10,000 individuals in a much larger mass vaccination event next weekend. All vaccinations are by appointment only. Although this is progress. Governor Pulis's The bottom line is a need for more supply, a point he made this morning on ABC is Good Morning America. Most important thing right now, actually end of a pandemic is to accelerate the delivery of the vaccine that means leaning on visor and then turn it to get more out quicker and hopefully moving soon to approve additional Weapons in our arsenal at the Johnson and Johnson and AstraZeneca vaccines, Colorado parks and wildlife releasing sketches of new renovations to the mountain bike skills Park it Laurie State Park. Well, they say they hope to start phase one of first thought's gonna include small and medium sized dirt jumps is Wells. The pump track face to is going to start late summer into the fall include large dirt jumps. Improvements to start. Hill is well as a possible shade structure with picnic tables favors 15, funded entirely by a raffle held over the summer. Unfortunately, the bike parts Gonna be closed to the public during construction. Snowfall stays mainly in the mountains this weekend. But accumulating snow for the lower areas could be on the way. Monday night. Tuesday. That's our best no chance here in town, looking upwards about an inch to possibly two. That's Fox 31 pinpoint meteorologists Carly Cassidy. Our next update on K Away coming up at 10 30. I'm Joel Hillen, Ky News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM from the bed, Fred Sports Traffic Center. Still an easy drive on I 25 I 73 Denver this morning roadwork on several I 70 ramps between 9 to 70 and Brighton. We cleared the crash Westbound 67 Freeway at Sheridan. Or found Santa Fe US. 85 Heavy foursome roadwork between Hampton and Evans and into the mountains westbound I.
"main park" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We're gonna be talking help Matters with P. J Street coming up after the bottom of the hour. What are we talking about today? Actually talking to TJ, Because that's right. I forgot. We do not have him today. We had him and then we don't have a because he's in Disney world right now. Flexing or something. I guess I don't know Can we should call him and see what's going on down there, man. I know I will. I think you actually be coming back from it, but it zipped. You know, I wonder how it is with the Koven imagines got to be pretty good, right in terms of not being just super crowded where you can't get on anything. Well, this will seem like a good time to go to anyways. Regardless what time here it is. I mean, I mean this time of year, but regardless of Cove it right. Never been there. What do you want to take your kids? God, now through ESPN. I get that I get a discount because it's you know, being ESPN employee, which is owned by Disney. Um, I was two years ago with a bowl game down there. And in, you know, in Orlando there, and we just went over to one of the I forget what? It was not the main park but some other side park. Just go over and have dinner. My wife came down football game and went with another couple. And it was a nightmare and turns out like you know, New Year's weekend is the most one was popular Things was I didn't think about because, you know, I don't know I'm from up north. It's freezing down there. It's not so Yeah, it was. It was a joke. Let's talk to I Brian in Franklin. I wanted to get to you because I have absolutely no idea where you're going with this bus drivers. V. School teachers is all it says on my screen. Make sure they're okay. Yeah, it's at the intersection of educational experts versus medical experts, neither one of which I care that much for But you know, everyone is all teachers have to be vaccinated. Teachers have to be vaccinated. Why Wife drives a school bus? She has, you know, three loads in the morning with anywhere from 30 to 50 kids, and then it closed school bus and they're within Foot over every time they get on, but no one says anything about the fascinating school bus drivers. It's all about the teacher Brian Brian, is there a school bus driver union? I've a lot of the dangers is a matter of fact. Okay, Well, I'm just saying, sir, you and I didn't know that. I would say that the teachers the power of the teachers, unions, I think is probably helping them get to the front of line and I understand why, but I just wondered how that worked. But you think the Teamsters union would be able to have some muscles Now that you brought that up, you would think so. But it's just It's one of those things where I just get tired of listen to the experts all day long and no one ever thought about. You know the men and women in those yellow things that take all those kids to school every day. He called the rip up, Ryan. Yeah, that makes sense. You know, I see those guys all Adina. It pisses me when you get behind the school bus gonna piss you off in the morning when I'm trying to go someplace But I get what they're doing. I don't do Don't do some stupid ass thing where you go around and stuff that's idiotic. But it just doesn't it drive you nuts when all of a sudden you're like, Don't Oh, yeah, because there's like a certain like window If you hit it, it is gonna add about 20 minutes to your morning, right with those blinking lights. Come on. You're like God Please turn. Please go back. Let's go back to the palace.
"main park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"2020 numbers air out for visitation at the nation state parks. WBC's Chris Pharma tells US Main saw record high turnout Folks made debate You on the state nickname be at the Pine Tree State of vacation land, but there's no disputing the record setting number of visitors at main state parks in 2020, according to the state Department of Agriculture's Bureau of Parks and Lands. More than three million people sought relief from covert fatigue and the outdoors last year in Maine director Andy Cut Co. Says With travel limitations being imposed, it was Great to see people discovering state parks for the first time and thank those who showed up with masks and hand sanitizer. The previous I am visitation that main Parks was just over, 2,980,000 said. Two years ago in 2018, Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's news radio. It's 10 49. It was not just a big year for state parks up in Maine. It was also a booming year for real estate in Massachusetts. WBZ is Carl Stevens reports on home sales figures just released. It's been more than 15 years since Massachusetts has seen the volume of single family homes sold as we saw in 2020, according to the war in Group, a real estate tracking firm. There were more than 61,000. Single family home sales in the state. You're nearly 4% increase over 2019 and the most sales in one year in the Commonwealth since 2000 and four, Warren Group's CEO Tim Warren said. It was a big surprise to him, especially after the nose dive in the economy we saw last spring when everything closed because of the pandemic, But the economy picked up big time home sales had a record breaking December and they didn't come cheap. The media that sale price was up more than 11% from the previous year, two more than $445,000 Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio. Big reward is being offered a cash reward for the capture.
All of Disney's Orlando theme parks are now reopened
"Epcot in Hollywood studios are back in business today is Disney continues its faced park reopening Guests have to have their temperature check before entering and face coverings are required to be worn at all parks and resorts, while the four main parks are now open, including the Magic Kingdom, an animal kingdom. Disney's waterparks remain
"main park" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Is devastating as they just re open, and it's not easy for some to transition to outdoor dining. One owner says there's not a consultant you can hire to fix it. The California Restaurant Association says the industry is in chaos, a reminder outdoor dining in the gas lamp will only be tonight. The East Village will launch its own version starting next Friday. Major League Baseball reports 38 Positive Cove in tests as training resume 31 player's seven staff among 19 teams and no word on the exact members who have tested positive. Governor. Newsome has ordered flags be flown at half staff at the state Capitol in honor of an Air Force lieutenant from two macula, who died in a crash June 30th 1st Lieutenant David Schmitz died when his F 16 Fighting Falcon crashed. He was based in South Carolina. Two police officers in Aurora, Colorado, had been fired today. One resigned after photos show that mocking the death of 23 year old Elijah McClane, an African American unarmed man who died in custody. Interim police chief Vanessa Wilson. I was alerted that our police officers had taken a photo At the memorial site of Elijah McLean. Not only that they take the photo with smiles on their faces. They reenacted a karate control hold, which is what was administered on Elijah that night. Another officer, resigned earlier this week. It happened last year, when officers responded to a person wearing a ski mask and flailing his arms. The officers approached McClane and put him in a chokehold after they claimed he reached for one of their guns. He was also given a sedative to calm him down, and he later died from cardiac arrest. Here in San Diego. Our county is one of the few places where beaches are open for the Fourth of July holiday, So keep that in mind. Also, state Beach parking lots are closed this weekend. It's the time for the San Diego County Fair, which obviously is canceled this year, but you can get fair food all year long and their drive through experience. It's Fridays and Saturdays, noon to eight Sundays noon to six in the main parking lot along Jimmy Durante Boulevard. There's no charge for entry and you buy your food directly from the vendor, and you can find more on the fair's website. Now at 3 33 Let's check your real time traffic. From your always sunny San Diego 100 dealers. Traffic center, The Palamar Avenue on ramp to the north. Five. There's a nearby vegetation fire off to the right shoulder accident in the right lane Walking the West 52 to the North. Adle five connector south five is slow from before Los pulled us down to the 78 in Oceanside. That's a 47 minute drive down to Del Mar on that stretch. This sponsored by Mercury Insurance, California driver's save an average of $769. With mercury insurance look to a bright future of big savings and great insurance by switching to mercury visit mercury insurance dot com Today for a free quote to get started on Mars even Coco's next real time Traffic Update 3 43 Progress Update in San Diego weekend whether or not the morning clouds with dense fog overnight lows upper 50 so low sixties Partly cloudy at the coast more sunshine inland Right now, we have got sunny skies.
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"Berlin has become the high tech and cultural powerhouse of today's dynamic German economy but there are still plenty of Berliners who can tell you about the difficulties. They faced back in the twentieth century as a divided city and stories of life under the Nazis during World War Two. We're joined now by German tour guides older Timur and Fabien Muga. Look at some of the most impressive monuments and memorials. You can visit to remember the lessons from Berlin past gentlemen. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having to live in Berlin as a tourist. You just come and go to live there. You're surrounded by all of this history and all of these memorials when you walk down the streets. Does it become just background and you just see through it or are you constantly aware of this happened there? This happened there and so on holger is part of everyday life. Yes but it's not like you kind of oversee it because it is there it is right in your face. I've seen most of the memorials like many countless times. As a berliner as tour guide here but they still are some of them are really haunting especially when it comes to divided city to the wall or to the time of the National Socialist period and in the case of Germany. With your complicated history. The memorials are almost there to not go away to be in your face. I mean there's even something called stumble stones right Fabio yes. There are a memorial stones to victims of the Holocaust who had deported from particular houses. And if you have a friend or relative was deported from that house you can donate some money to this foundation and they will put stumbling stone into the pavement Princeton pavement. Like you need to trip on this to never forget the horrible thing that happened right there when you think about Germany. A lot of our fixated on World War Two in the whole fastest thing but of course there's many layers of the city that was the leading city of of the PRUSSIAN empire and so on Fabio. And when you think about memorials of the horns period and Prussia what is there in Germany to look at our Berlin. I think the most visible that everybody know will know. Is The victory column. That's in the center of the main park often. The victory column was built as a symbol of victory over the French. This is where history and Berlin connect. It was originally standing on the spot where it is today. The Nazis moved at there to make it stand in a more triumphant spot in the very center of the city. It was originally built near the rice stuck building and was not looking quite some one mental there today. Six major streets of lead straight towards the listen to that part of a big access isn't it? I mean Hoeger. The whole city is built on this axis which lined by memorials. The East and west access really is this fascinating thing. You look up. And you see Golden Angel Hair and you think. Wow that's wonderful. Then you close in you. See while this is all candidates made cannons French cannons French cannons. Like as a AS A TO Z. Boy To as spoils of war multiple. Yeah so it is weird thing. If you you would think that's nice to call between can look at it that it has a little jab at the French. It's a big Jab at Big Jab at the French or the Germans the French and of course I in the next century. We've got the whole Hitler situation and a lot of memorials relating to the nightmare of Berlin being the capital of Nazism. What are some of the memorials that you'll see when you go to Berlin that way what I found very haunting as the memorial to the burning of the books right near onto the Lyndon right near the State Opera House? And it's basically a memorial that you wouldn't really see because it's underground and you would just maybe pastas Query Newton. We have no idea what it is but quite often you see consumerist groups looking at nothing really and then you look there and it basically is a hole in the ground. It's a glass plate in the ground and he looked down and there is an empty library like five by five five meters containing empty shelves for twenty thousand books. Symbolizing was happening in the tenth of May Nineteen thirty three. When the Nazis took all the books and literature that they hated that it didn't understand they didn't like and were putting them in a big pile and burning him openly for people to see and that's now empty. Shelves are very haunting memorial to that.
"main park" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Money in less than two weeks the team returned its loan that's sports some severance now K. two whether E. of low pressure mains parked up on the Pacific Northwest coast that means cloudy skies and some rain showers but most the morning hours on Wednesday that rain shower activity is just plain rain by late morning going in towards the afternoon another wave of voice roles across the area it would be cool as well daytime highs only in the low sixties from the K. two storm tracker weather center I'm Dave Zaleski and this but since to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk told free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype user Skype name George nine seven three one three seven Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one from the gateway to the west this is coast to coast AM with George.
"main park" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"K. O. S. T. HT to Los Angeles Orange County live everywhere on the I. R. radio it's a no go in OC I'm Deborah mark live from the K. five twenty four hour news room too much overcrowding and not enough social distancing has prompted governor summed order beaches in Orange County to close down nuisance as we saw last weekend was as he puts it disturbing wasn't just folks from that county went to beach folks from all over so it's difficult to isolate that unless you G. O. pen every single individual on where they go back in there in lies our concern nuisances Orange County is in the top three or four in the state in terms of number of positive covert nineteen cases and how many people are in a hospital because of their illness one of the supervisors in Orange County says beaches should be under local control bottom line is people are cooped up they understand the need to be careful what kind of supervisor don Wagner says it's not appropriate to base public policy off of media photos of packed beaches when the governor says don't go do this healthy thing I think that leaves people confused scratching their heads and wondering what else the governor is wrong about Newport beach was at the center of the governor's criticism of overcrowded beaches but the city has already indicated it will honor the governor's order touch up the sand down in Orange County Corbin Carson KFI news five hundred twenty five people who lived in nursing homes have died from covert nineteen bringing the death toll in LA county to one thousand one hundred eleven although older people are more likely to pass away this virus really can cause devastating illness among people of all ages county health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says ninety two percent of all people who have passed away from the virus had underlying conditions Ferrer says so far one hundred forty six thousand people have been tested with twenty three thousand one hundred eighty two testing positive the cover nineteen pandemic has put a drag on LA axes budget LA world airports chief financial officer taught Tiana Starsky Anna this passenger traffic has sharply declined looking at the impacts that we are projecting for the remainder of the year we believe that we will be down about thirty thirty one percent and in traffic the airport's budget projections for the next fiscal year have the airport losing between two hundred thirty six and three hundred fifty million dollars in revenue the airport is receiving more than three hundred million in federal carers act relief a lack of space is not stopping drive in theaters from coming back a small resurgence of the drive in movie experience was already taking place before the call the nineteen pandemic social distancing guidelines have made the dried in a popular idea but the amount of real estate needed to make it happen is an obvious problem many restaurants are using their parking lots and inflatable screens to get customers back and buying their food officials in Lithuania had designated part of the airport in guilty as to allow about a hundred sixty vehicles on the tarmac to watch movies on a giant screen people in their cars are told to stay in their cars at all times and to drive outside of the airport if a toilet break was needed Michael crozier KFI news and some people in Sweden have tried to prevent the spread of Kobe nineteen during an annual holiday by using chicken manure villagers in lunch spread chicken droppings across the town's main park to put off any people who might try to gather there to celebrate wow will purchase night event marks the shift from dark cold winter days toward warmer weather and it's typically celebrated with picnics parties and bonfires authorities have requested people avoid gathering for the occasion but have not banned.
"main park" Discussed on WTOP
"To get ready for a future re opening going out to a restaurant is such a normal thing to do and when they re open when you walk through the doors what can you expect well we can tell you this expect possible temperature checks at the hostess station masks and gloves now part of their uniform dining out it's going to be different a lot different coming up today on news four at six what you can expect in this New World five fifty two the corona viruses cutting into lottery sales rotavirus is doing a number on lottery sales nationwide most states have seen a significant decline in sales jackpot sales in Kentucky are down fifty percent from the same time a year ago the consortiums that oversee the multi state Powerball and mega millions drawings have made adjustments because a slowing sales once a jackpot is won its starting point has been rolled back from forty million to twenty million dollars Jim chrysalis CBS news all around the world nations and cities have been trying to get people to stop holding celebrations during the pandemic CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes reports on one interesting method in Sweden most of us think of chickens is providing addicts with the Swedish university town of Luanda is more interested in what else comes out of their rear ends it's going to spread she can pull open its main park to keep people from celebrating the traditional bar purchase eve celebrations known as barbarians Sweden not only will the main part be fenced off officials plan to drop a ton of chicken droppings in the park to deter those tempted to defy coronavirus restrictions apparently the strong smell doesn't mix well with beer Alison Keyes CB next in money matters Wednesday rally on Wall Street the housing market could bounce back quickly I'm Jeff label five fifty four federal agency cloud.
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"Up ourselves in overcrowded house or overcrowded Jim or overcrowded those Say like like the place like CCA for cobol. Whatever do like as not that. The devastation artem depressions. Don't kill you if the virus though you know what I'm saying right so long I agree a hundred percent but in any even adding a cure for aim hardly got no tests to see if you add it or not so. That's the main parks. If you got you a carrier you won't even know may not just to see if you got it and what you do you gotta hold your breath seconds. And if you can't came back out because I could be a cure and I'll know road or might be you know. Health complications make walk past knee. Or whatever content. It ain't nobody might Nacion as the importance of staying out of the streets and stay at home because you can carry that shift at least fourteen days before you know it. So that's why spreading so hardcore like once a month. Let's get the flu you know that. She's pretty quick. So that you can see a fucking from over there like all night got flu but corona virus like that. You'll give it to like five six seven miles before. Even you know even if you stay out streets just just being around people and they say like talking to people can spread it and touch people outside the spray like like crazy. And that's why spread like wildfire. One hundred thousand people are going to s fucking crazy. Look to mess like that. Sound like population patrol right there. I love criminal little bit off the side. Real quick in the you know what I'm saying like it of course there's like hundreds of millions of people here whatever but no says one hundred thousand drop in the bucket but it's like steel by somebody's life is more. Nobody's life was more. You know more expendable to somebody else's that's just my as as much. Yeah and on top of it. The whole the whole idea of it of the happening from one thing like it's like it's like a terrorist attack on saying like how many people were down a terrorist attack is still in the event like you know humanity is going book remember. Won't be in the history books crazy already fax Josh. I want them to ask. Flight attendants frontline auto ones. Who still want to fly on cheap flights. We are totally. Look Dogar when it when it was the airlines that were were among the ones that got hit. I yeah but that's my point like it ain't them to like they they go out there and working too. That's why I'm like I feel like it ain't no dollar Ma this on compensate for your life but stood out here. We shouldn't be getting hazard pay because we are essential restore list going out here. You want us to run because you feel like this people knee. We should begin to here. I'm going like if you can work from home. And you don't necessarily have to be out on the streets or you got the right type of funds and one thing but if you've got to be out here there should be some kind of extra compensation and goes along with what a lot of people are realizing. Now is a lot of Central Java deserve more money general understand so especially given the circumstances from his native eighty. Well I mean the world messed up anyway because you now. I'm a central person helping people with their every every day Life needs but you know make like fifty sixty thousand a year but you know forget pickup basketball you pay billions dollars off here.
6-year-old girl attacked by mountain lion while walking trail in Santa Clara CountyKGO-TV
"A six year old girl was attacked by a mountain lion yesterday in the Rancho San Antonio county park in open space preserve in Santa Clara county your listening to live local headlines here on talk radio five sixty KSFO the incident happened around ten AM while the child is walking on a trail about two miles from the main parking lot the animal was scared away by adults who were with the child although she did suffer minor injuries including a couple of puncture wounds to her calf accorded the park Rangers the preserve was experiencing one of the busiest days of its season with its parking lot at three hundred cars which is at capacity the department of fish and wildlife is now searching for the mountain lion in hopes of preventing a second
"main park" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"To do wilderness the things around me but I saw on the next door app that in my backyard and I'm not even exaggerating that there was a man apprehended for wielding a knife in the middle of the day I don't like walking I understand in your backyard somebody else got the photos so it was basically in our backyard so that my neighbor posted at and it is our our two backyards share offense and on the front side of her house is where she posted this photo of a man with a knife in his hand at like twelve noon sorry well it's across the street from the park okay so in the actually literally more in your price was on the street is on the street the main park in the house yeah and it's a park where I my husband and I take our kids all the time we were just at the park and my daughter was learning to ride the bike that she got on the pop on the path right day before well the thing is not you show me the picture yes a butcher knife it is a human but you're not yes it a legal to carry that out in the open no I don't think so I don't think you're threatening people you're not you know you can open care will have have a permit I saw the photo it's I would be like I would I got that guy looks get you that's what I think too he looked like I don't know it he looked like somebody almost out of like holder guys holding yeah right right well and look I will too I will let you know that on the post apparently this guy is well known by law enforcement because he is maybe not of sound mind but my first name because I think to myself he if we if we know that he is maybe not of sound mind I don't know how else to put that but maybe not and he has a knife are we concerned about his own well being he has yet in others easy in most people that do random acts in he hasn't this guy out I'm not ours we now it does random acts of violence violence are not of sound mind I was thinking because we were just on the the little path area that leads to the park where this guy was which is right near how which is right near my house I'm thinking to myself what would I have done because this was in at twelve noon right when he was when this photo was taken and then the cops came and they showed up and say I'm thankful for that but it's what what I have done on the path what I'll tell you what you should have done renegade concealed weapon permit came over now well in case because I in Jason I would agree with you if your couple that train and all that of course might just be on the record I'm not comfortable with that and I will not be doing that but what I need something I think you need bear sprayed mace yeah that's a good way right you can get it I'm very surprised Google it you can yeah like a lot like a one like it's winding its misty away back on you right what it seems like three like fifty if you don't have close contact right you get the wilderness store you know those is probably you probably get it like and what do they call the ones that went out of business six the will yeah I think you can tell that we're not very would the.
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"Your neighborhood is super nice yeah that's why we chose it we love it right wilderness we ought to do wilderness the things around me but I saw on the next door apple that in my backyard and I'm not even exaggerating that there was a man apprehended for wielding a knife in the middle of the day I don't like walking I understand in your backyard somebody else got the photos so it was basically in our backyard so that my neighbor posted at and it is our our two backyards share offense and on the front side of her house is where she posted this photo of a man with a knife in his hand at like twelve noon sorry well it's across the street from the park okay in the street actually literally more in your price was on the street is on the street the main park in the house yeah and it's a park where I my husband and I take our kids all the time we were just at the park and my daughter was learning to ride the bike that she got on the pop on the path right a day before well the thing is not you show me the picture yes a butcher knife it is a human but you're not yes illegal to carry that out in the open no I don't think so I don't think you're threatening people you're not you know you can open Carol have have a permit I saw the photo it's I would be like I would I got I got a look sketchy that's what I think too he looked like I don't know it he looked like somebody almost out of like holder guys holding yeah right right well and look I will too I will let you know that on the post apparently this guy is well known by law enforcement because he is maybe not of sound mind but my worst because because I think to myself he if we if we know that he is maybe not of sound mind I don't know how else to put that but maybe not and he has a knife are we concerned about his own well being yes yeah and others easy in most people that do random acts and he hasn't this now I'm not ours we now it does random acts of violence violence are not of sound mind I was thinking because we were just on the the little path area that leads to the park where this guy was which is right near how which is right near my house I'm thinking to myself what would I have done because this was in at twelve noon right when he was when this photo was taken and then the cops came and they showed up and say I'm thankful for that but it's what what I have done on the path what I'll tell you what you should have done I get a concealed weapon permit came over now well in case because I in Jason I would agree with you if your couple that train and all that of course just be on the record I'm not comfortable with that and I will not be doing that but what I need something I think you need bear sprayed mace yeah that's a good way right you can get it I'm very surprised Google it you can yeah like a lot like a one like it's winding its misty away back on you right what is simply three like fifty if you don't have close contact no you're right you get the wilderness store you know those is probably you probably get it like and what do they call the ones that went out of business the wilderness yeah I think you can tell that we're not very would the.