18 Burst results for "Manami"
"manami" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages
"The boiled frog once upon a time in a little kitchen a little house. A frog named frog was getting ready for dinner. Well to be more exact. The frog was getting ready to be dinner. Even if he didn't know it yet he was sitting on a strange tile counter in a little cage thinking about how his day was off to one strange start. The morning had been normal. Enough he'd been hopping through the swamps and marshes and fields with his best friend group. They were exercising their powerful legs launching back and forth it was spring and the flies and worms and grubs and all the other snacks were out in swarms for weeks at it. Seems that all frog had to leap with his mouth open and he catches fill out even trying. Thanks to all that eating frog had gotten a little round and a little slow. He was still fast enough to catch the bugs especially the worms who barely even seemed to be trying but he wasn't quite fast enough to dodge the net that suddenly swung out of the grass. Hey watch the big krokan idea. He shouted the net lifted and frog found himself. Staring into the gangly is of a human girl. I kinda frog. I caught a og. A larger man came over with a brown sack next eleven job and it's a plump one will be able to sell them at the market for shore the frog was grabbed from the net and dropped into the sack it was dark and smelled like moldy potatoes. But there were some flies at the bottom so frog didn't mind. He happily munched away until he fell asleep in the warm bag gently swaying on the man's hips hours later. He woke up too bright lights as he was moved from the sack again. When he blinked the stars out of his watery eyes he had found himself in the little cage in the little kitchen.
"manami" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast
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"manami" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Whitey Manami. Who is he? I'm Steph. Yeah, some stuff. You know, they looked at the list, and they got all the way down to the bottom of the list. And they have one guy remained. Yeah. They went down to the WC. Kinda like grade school over here and the back of the alphabet way over there going through my roll index here, Okay, but the W I gotta pick somebody soon. Let's just have dead air. Oh, In front of the ventures Puckett's battled for and finally taken back by the Hawks. Campell flip it back into the Hawks sown to Connor Murphy. Then over to Duncan Keith, Left wing center ice Front of the penalty box is to the brink it it's a panther line on the left wing and you'll scoop it down the boards in behind the net. Handle will carry it out for Florida passes it ahead to the hotline to Marchman, son of former hot Bryan Marchment will spin it down behind the Hawk nets. Eudora keeps it away there from Vetrano of the Panthers put it up the left wing side there to break it. He shot it across the rig. Four slink picks it off at center ice for the Panthers. I don't want Tiffany stripped in the park by their brink it breaking back into the Panther zone down the left wing trying to hit the trailer on the place sooner. But Marchment latest sick, played in the passing lane and pick that off. Losing the center Ice Force. Ling Hotline Heels put it down the board behind the Net weight goes to the near corner tip. It put it back in behind the hawk yet taken away by Murphy. Who gave it up. The right wing became. This is taken away by you Hold Amico of the Panthers Senate down in behind the hawk net. Then he anastrozole back there sets up the top of the left circle for Sling pounds, one toward the net. Turned wide. Now the puck bleeds out from the left wing corner down beside the crease and Lincoln and decides to plop on it with a glove and get a whistle. 9 42 left in period number one here at the United Center, the Hawks lead the Panthers won Nothing. This is black Hawk sake and 7 20, WGN..
"manami" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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Rumors point to a Resident Evil 4 remake
"A remake of resident evil four is already in production according to rumour I feel like the show has turned into a focused resident evil rumour reporting show in the last episodes. But I'm not really complaining. I like resin evil a whole lot in the last few rumors including this one have all seem to have some veracity to them. I like still emphasizing that. This is a rumor though but according to Andy Robinson reporting for video game chronicles. It looks like a remake of resident evil four is already in production over at Capcom Robinson writes multiple development sources have told Fiji. See that the resident. Evil for remake has now entered full production. An estimated release window in twenty twenty two development is being led by ASAKA based 'em to the new studio founded by former platinum games. Head Tetsuya Manami. Which has been preparing for the project since two thousand eighteen however similar to how twenty twenty resident evil three was directed by company. Read Works Cap. Calms internal teams and other external studios are likely to lend significant development resources? Some other details from Robinson's story. Shinji Mikami the renowned director of the original Resident Evil and evil four has apparently lent the project his blessing after declining the offer to work on the remake himself. This rumor has sparked a discussion on the Internet about remaking resident evil four. A game that many argue does not need to be remade. I played resident evil. Four on switch as recently as last year and it holds up remarkably. Well it was one of those games. I bought on sale for switch mostly just because I wanted a great portable version of the game but after playing the first hour or so. I didn't WANNA stop and ended up seeing the game to its conclusion. It's still plays great. It still looks great. So I understand those decrying a potential remake but I've always approach remakes and re imaginings 's with the reminder that a new version of something does not prevent the original from continuing to exist with that perspective. I would love to see a remake of Resin Evil Four. I love resonable four and if Capcom wants to create a new version of that game with modern visuals. I'm all about that. And if it doesn't hold up to the original resident evil four is still one of the most ported games of all time so it will be remarkably easy to find an play the original version on whatever platform you have. Robinson had a few other interesting small details in their report. The remake is apparently being directed by a resident evil newcomer and the studio creating it m to
"manami" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Limit in the left lane. Who's decided I want to drive there? And I'm gonna take pleasure and trying to tie up all sorts of traffic. I think it I think it it does contribute to road rage. Mike and Manami falls, Mike Herron WTMJ. Hey, good morning. How are you doing Mike? I'm well. Thank you. What do you think? I I think it's a fantastic idea. I I hand to have experience with this law because probably about maybe ten years ago or so my son had an internship in Vermont, and we took a road trip out to visit him, and and he let me know without a doubt that that's the law there, and you should follow it, and it really works. Well, I was a little hesitant at first about you know, that when I saw actually in practice, and it took very it was very quick to get used to doing that. And boy the flow of traffic just improved greatly. And granted that you know, there probably wasn't as much traffic in Vermont, Wisconsin. But. Those times where there was heavy traffic and it made a big difference. I a great. Yes, I agree. And look, and I mean, some people would argue why should you have to get out of the way to let people speed. Well, okay. You're not if you're at your drive or you're not a traffic cop. And you know, if if the police believed that somebody's driving too fast for conditions or whatever in the left lane. They can pull the person over. They can give them a ticket or whatever. It's not your job to say. Okay. I'm going to try to see how long how far I can back up traffic on a two lane highway get.
"manami" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"And back through the most enormous PayPal engulfing city, and then I guess Cape, Henry Cavill did work together. And they are about he's a bit shorter though, isn't a. Yeah. 'cause they're in that movie where they spas of whatever together you ever do that thing we look up celebrity hots online, and they'll do like a shot, and they'll show you like what different celebrities look like. It's amazing. How many Denny debaters Manami Hamma three three? Those two three tomatoes toll grew right on. I think we're going to get any costing us on this anytime soon because athlete just left. So I think they're going to let that kind of settle and Sewri moment, Jimmy Kimmel or something Seth MAs or something. And he was like wishing the new Batman. Well, you know, really wishing them. Well, glad to be out of it. We just tires. Yeah. Ty released a statement recently where he was like, okay. We took a shot at the script. And we you know, we really worked hard on it. And then we met some great people, and he was very much like handing it all flooding much like, and and we brought in some great script brought his negative. They gonna work on these next version of the script and felt very much. Like he was like sounds like an office manager quitting his job talking. Do we stop? Yep. Not wanting to been any bridges. Right. You know, he really hide it the chill. Off at a much better gig somewhere else. Exactly. But it's just punching dots at time what he wants to. Yeah. Mice and you love Ghostbusters. You'll never stop loving it. You love every movie in every encounter. Correct. None of that's correct. But continue we are the rector of the new Ghostbusters. Jason Donovan Rodman who did the first two. He got in trouble. This way Pusey said even be mentioned about these new one. We're in every way China going back to the original technique and hand the movie back to the fan. So a lot of people took that as you hate the last one came out and all this, which I don't think it was intention. He apologized for it. Couldn't believe it. It was let them clearly a statement that could be interpreted a number of defeat. Why? Even also he colluded inside. And I hated that one. I think he just made which is doing a Sekwa to the other ones. Yeah. But it's bad to say we're going to be servicing the fans black. I think that's you would unless you got to specific. If you like we're going to individually serve every fan as they enter the theater. Yeah. But you said I've nothing but poll and listening, and Keeton, etc. Etc. And the bribery of goes buses, and I expanded the universe. And also those stories across starving, the comics not nine they've crossed dimensions. Think possibly is. There's. I'm not going anywhere with this. Save me. Then you looked at me. A challenge. But why I always get so confused by people hung up on continuity, especially people who come from comic book fans or genre fans because comes changes all the time in new rod comes in. You oddest comes in. They change things up. Why do people like no it must link up? He ks like, everyone have lots of different cracks..
"manami" Discussed on KCRW
"Sign that reads fulsomely Sonia, museums and the national are closed today due to the government shutdown Kyoko Shibata recently moved from Japan Bethesda, Maryland yesterday, she took her two daughters Manami, and the sake to the zoo and DC for the first time we really enjoyed. So my daughter said, let's go today. Again, eight year old Manami wanted to see the lines and cheetahs. They didn't have time for yesterday. Went to school. My daughter. Excited to come. Again. The lions and cheetahs are not receiving visitors today. Belinda Saint Thomas chief spokeswoman for the Smithsonian says there are still two hundred people working to make sure the animals are cared for and fed. But people around the world will no longer be able to watch the animals being fed zoos much loved and much viewed giant panda Cam which streams panda footage. Twenty four hours. A day have been turned off Saint Thomas says the operators have been furloughed as of two thirds of Smithsonian staff. People are upset that they're not staffing the panda Cam. I understand that. But she says people are upset about more than just the zoo. That's just one part of the Tony. And I mean, there are many exhibitions in our museums. Have people have congratulations. So we understand that. It's disappointing. Very disappointing. Yeah. Diarrhea cigar and her daughter Cassandra came to DC from Florida for two week vacation. It hasn't gone as planned the main reason that we can we can because museums, but when she stopped by the Smithsonian's national museum of natural history. Choose upset to find a sign telling her it was closed. Really sad makes me want to cry from there. She headed to the national museum of African American history and culture, we're going to walk in their fingers. No luck. That one was.
"manami" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Really enjoyed. So my daughter said, let's go today. Again, eight year old Manami wanted to see the lines and cheetahs. They didn't have time for yesterday. The most excited to come. Again. The lions and cheetahs are not receiving visitors today. Belinda Saint Thomas chief spokeswoman for the Smithsonian says there are still two hundred people working to make sure the animals are cared for and fed. But people around the world will no longer be able to watch the animals being fed disease. Much loved and much viewed at giant panda Cam which streams panda footage. Twenty four hours a day have been turned off Saint Thomas says the operators have been furloughed as two-thirds of Smithsonian staff. People are upset that they're not staffing the panda Cam. I understand that. But she says people are upset about more than just the zoo. That's just one part of the Smithsonian. I mean, there are many exhibitions at our museums. Have people have congregated? So we underhanded it's disappointing. Very disappointing. Yeah. Diary cigar. And her daughter Cassandra came to DC from Florida for two week vacation. It hasn't. Gone as planned, the main reason that we can we can because of that museums. But when she stopped by the Smithsonian's national museum of natural history. She was upset to find a sign telling her it was closed. Really sad makes me wanna cry from there. She headed to the national museum of African American history and culture walking press our fingers. No luck. That one was also closed and Linda Saint Thomas says there's just no way to know when they'll get it back open. It really depends on congress and the White House. So so we just we just don't know. But she says the Smithsonian will be ready to go shortly after they get funding. She says the museum plans to open by ten AM the morning following the eventual and if the shutdown Rebecca Ellis NPR news Washington in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine a fourteen year old Jewish boy escaped Nazi Germany, leaving his parents behind. He brought with him a single toy a stuffed monkey and years later that monkey helped reunite him with family. He didn't know he had we told his story last year got a huge response. And after aired we asked if you had any similar stories lawn. Fam- did fam- was born in Vietnam thirty four years ago, she came to the US for asylum. Her father was branded a war criminal because he had fought alongside American troops during the Vietnam. Tom war. Her whole family was punished for that. Our family didn't have any assets as an adulterer home or even a cooking pot and. We just sat out there in the ring starving, hungry all the time. I kept on stealing bananas from the market. And one time I did get caught the vendor was topsy, Mary and happy because Anna's were her livelihood. She decided it's time. Yup. And she spread he around me. And she said, I'm going to burn you. I think her emotions got to her and she started shrieking when the fire got too great. And it was going to get to me that was when a farmer walked on by. And he saw.
"manami" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Shibata recently, moved from Japan. But Maryland yesterday, she took her two daughters Manami and the sake to the zoo in DC for the first time we really enjoyed. So my daughter said, let's go today. Again, eight-year-old Manami wanted to see the lines and cheetahs they didn't have time for yesterday. Excited to come. Again. The lions and cheetahs are not receiving visitors today. Belinda sing Thomas chief spokeswoman for the Smithsonian says there are still two hundred people working to make sure the animals are cared for and fed. But people around the world will no longer be able to watch the animals being fed disease. Much loved and much viewed at giant panda Cam which streams panda footage. Twenty four hours. A day have been turned off Saint Thomas says the operators have been furloughed as of two-thirds of Smithsonian staff. People are upset that they're not staffing the panda Cam. I understand that. But she says people are upset about more than just the zoo has just one part of the Smithsonian. I mean, there are many exhibitions in our museums. If people have to. So we understand that. It's disappointing. Very disappointing. Yeah. Dang cigar. And her daughter Cassandra came to DC from Florida for two week vacation. It hasn't gone as planned the Mary's. And that we came we came because museums, but when she stopped by the Smithsonian's national museum of natural history. Choose upset to find a sign telling her it was closed. Really sad makes me wanna cry from there. She headed to the national museum of African American history and culture, we're going to walk in cross our fingers. No luck. That one was also closed and Linda Saint Thomas says there's just no way to know when they'll get it back open. It really depends on congress and the White House. So so we just we just don't know. But she says the Smithsonian will be ready to go shortly after they get funding. She says the museum plans to open by ten AM the morning following the eventual and of the shutdown Rebecca LS NPR news Washington in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine a fourteen year old Jewish boy escaped Nazi Germany, leaving his parents behind. He brought with him a single toy a stuffed monkey and years later that monkey helped reunite him with family. He didn't know he had we told his story last year got a huge response. An after aired we asked if you had any similar stories lawn fem did fam- was born in Vietnam thirty four years ago, she came to the US for asylum. Her father was branded a war criminal because he had fought alongside American troops during the Vietnam. War. Her whole family was punished for that. Our family didn't have.
"manami" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"And I really try to do in my own are purchased now is one of my favorite things about a touring artists is all across the world. I get to collaborate with other artists and in very intentional about biz right to make sure every single show that I have I try to curate another percents work with me. And I don't just work with them on the stage. Get coffee were hanging out. We're talking about are and trying to like actually share everything that I learned with other people that central of why artists ideal like, I've learned all these things on whatever reasons school books, friends, whatever. And I don't want to be the only one knowing that like, I want everyone to know everything that I know when I found her new idea, I tell everyone I remember when I was younger Xs knowledge was the way of having ability when I couldn't have. Physical mobility. I was tracked and a small town where no one looks like me. And so I had had become the space that I went to travel galaxies. And I remember I would just in the middle of the night. Watch like Nova documentaries online about like the universe black holes. I remember just whoa. Like that's part of my creative practice so many questions and I run into them rather than running away from them. And that's why that's why I think healing comes from his ask yourself. What are the questions that you are really seeking answers for and then become comfortable that the answers might be other questions? And that's what healing as when you're comfortable of the lice must essential questions will just be answered with another series of questions, and you can smile at all this questions. Like, I don't know who I am. And the joyous thing. Kind of a well-known all the power overwhelming. What a year what a freaking year? I was like to do these because truly sometimes I forget how many incredible. 'cause we're so heads down in the work to look at that list and to think back on each one of them, everything that I learned and how I felt leaving each of those conversations. It's also think though. Yeah. The feedback that would all of you have said, you know, throughout the about those specific episodes, whether you're tagging us on Instagram or sending private messages. It's. Yeah. We know that it's made an impact on you. And we can't thank you enough for letting us know and continuing to listen and inspire us and sending us suggestions for guests and topics. So. Oh, yeah. The guiding force for having amazing guests on like this and talking about things like, you know, hormone balancing talking about and the conversation surrounding gender Nyein, non binary and everything that affects that community which are community as well. John wine Lynn talking about relationship. I mean hot fire flame. And Kim Manami. I mean had to put her in there too. Yeah. Love get sex combo. All right. So stay tuned for part two of our best of the year became which share it with you. We hope you're having a wonderful holiday if that's when you're listening to this. Otherwise, we'll catch you in two thousand and nineteen. We love you so much. Hey.
"manami" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Tell us what happened on June sixth nineteen forty four. Simply put it is the the invasion of mainland Europe occurring six of Jude. He's alternately the the the beginning of the end for the military. I'm for the German titles. Many as long as we can get a full told on the beaches on the six of Jerry initially, the date was set for the faith, but it was postponed by bad weather. Tila, six of Jerry, but if say if we achieve that is the beginning of the end through this literally to everything with the the fighting occurring on the Russian from from the jab Manami as well actually to to the they're in trouble. But he we have got to get that full title. So that's the significance of data itself. So there's five beaches tells us about the five beaches, and then there's two beaches that we got to stand on with you. Okay. So, unfortunately, the British and Canadian beaches are not particularly well visited because I think basically the people want to be reinforced with what they what they say in Hollywood and what they read invokes. And generally most is American, but if we start from the most easterly Beecham was way to the west. So we've got the British London on sword beach, the Canadians on Juno beach. Thank keep going to the west. We've got the Brits again lending on beach. And then the beaches, you went on yourself, the most famous one, of course, is is. And then keep going to the to the west to the east and face of the coats and something and Sheila when she's just as some of out into to say as Utah beach, and suddenly I think is as guides most of us we failed this point that you Utah each doesn't get the recognition that they should by Americans. It is the second of the American beaches. Purely because he's casualty list to successfully doesn't trust the drama, but the YouTube, which is Tara. All right. He's still find his book following in the footsteps of heroes d day, Dale, I'm curious how do you frame up this journey looking through the lens of each country. Because as you just mentioned as Americans, we wanna go, and we're sort of preloaded with what we wanna think how do you get through that? I don't know whether it's Americans in general, but I I find that all the Americans that I get on my toes are incredibly open minded as long as you you come back. What you're saying with FOX. Most Americans will open the mind to to the broad. Shall we say story if the day, you know, a lot of people are not aware, but seventy nine cents the the Monterrey's partition Commonwealth so British empire. Forty six percents of every plane that flies over here on the days in terms of foresees, sixty two cents for everybody who landed his British Commonwealth and then terms of plumbing. The book is eastern by the British. But the subject that I would push with people on the tool, but most Americans are incredibly inquisitive as well and a few as I say if you buckle with what your what you'll telling them with with FOX and give it some balance as well on funding. It's not a problem. I find that most people are interested in the fact that he's a little bit distorted through through Hollywood, and documentaries, and and the media in general, and so, yeah, if anything is probably a positive for me that I get to shed that it's you know, it is a joint operation and the the other nations is is eight thousand big if not bigger than than the American relations day damn talking. Once we get a down the road that make no mistake, the American full sees Welby. We'll be in Europe on the western front. Follow up on that. I have I had a list of misconcep-. Mile long ignorance in my own just understanding, what do you find to be the biggest misconceptions or the most frequent things that you run into over and over and over again. The first is is the Russian front. You know, it's pretty well known throughout the the the the historian. Well, the about seventy three seventy four percents of the German army is believed to have been destroyed on the Russian front not for Americans who's a bit of a shock. But of course, the Cold War pretty much starts. At the end of the the second mode wall. And of course, is the tensions grow and the military of both sides. He's growing, you know, we can't be focusing on the the cheetah sustained casualties. Russians can can can take the the they're incredibly tough people. So I I would say Russian involvement. He's probably the biggest misconception. And then the second misconception is he's the, you know on deed itself, the British Commonwealth forces and police forces as we would call them in those days, they are the dominant elements on the day. The figures are not too skewed other than naval. But I I would say they are the two things that people surprised by. I think two other side it goes back to Utah beach. You know, I always say to people in the morning, the sa- me Utah beach. Most people will find is the most educational stop of the day. Now, I know that we run through the layout of the German defences. The veto stunned MRs as they went on. But it's it's the fact that people are just not aware of the story that all the time that given the story of Maha, which is is the more dramatic, ironically. When is people at the end of the day, you know, which which stops on the one day American tools. Have you enjoyed the most is amazing that you top h he's he's right up as one of the best places. For clients throughout the day is a stop. But I think he's he's got to be the inflation. You know, the scientists. No, it's it's less dramatic than the ground to Omaha beach. But he is the story. It's the story that a success story is he's he's neglected because unfortunately, it's just not the drama of his name is Dale booth. We're cars here in a moment. He's a battlefield guide in Normandy. And Ron you're saying you 'cause your world traveler, you said, this is probably the best guided tour you've ever been. All right. Without a doubt the best guy ever been on it. It opened my mind in a way that few things ever have. It was unbelievably amazing. And even though Dale charge me an extra five pounds for his book. Looking on the back of the bucket says twenty pounds lots within in the back of the van, I think charge me twenty five pounds. What are you writing? In your book, you said to Don thank you for visiting the d day beaches in honoring your World War Two Jenner. Dale booth. What are your rights says thank you for visiting DJ Vitas and honoring your greatest generation hub. So I switched up a little bit. Just to just a couple of words. The book is called the footsteps of heroes d day. We'll come back with more Dale booth is Ron and Don KIRO radio come second part of our four o'clock conversation. We'll ask Dale what is like today would be ninety four ninety six years of age when they hit those beaches, the average age was twenty what is it like when those American veterans come home today, and they walk through those cemeteries because he walks with them. We will tell you next first Tracy Taylor cars,.
"manami" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Help you Her for? Taking my. Call so we tell a corner lot. And we had three. Thirty foot pine trees that gave us a. Nice screen and blackout a street light but they come to needle, Welk though we recently took him down but we were told now that the soil can any special prep because of the acidity and the needle, we, are, wondering how to prep the soil how can we can plant something and what would be. A good replacement and. Where, do. You live Manami falls so you have. Kind of a thicker Based? Clay based. Soil if I'm not mistaken okay so You know I think for the. Most part you can go back in anytime in? Replant, and are you, looking to plant some evergreens again well now we're thinking we want, to look for something that's disease resistant and deer resistant but something that could give us some screen from the road and it might be. Susceptible, to stop spraying in the winter from the plow jeez I got a concrete tree that I can. Sell. You I can't wait to, salts even going to bother the concrete tree I don't think anything's gonna live there no even cheryl's onto sure about staying right so what. I, would do is begin to clean up the mess thoroughly And you may want. To, Rakoff if there's years of needles laying. There trying to get all that stuff cleaned up and throw it away And then when you go to pick a new. Plant pick a new plant when you plant that tree you're, gonna wanna do maybe. A fifty fifty mix of new soil with all soil make sure that your new soil is like a sandy loam a sand base topsoil and if you talk to a garden center and tell, them that you want something that's more you don't wanna be putting composter thick Do we dared in there you want sand to help be more air get through it better? You, follow what I'm saying it helps to break down the clay and gives it more oxygen and and whatnot and better drainage so that's. That's. Something that you can do to help. The environment and then and then simply pick the tree so I I mean you can go back in with spruce but what are you going to have a multiple trees going in into this area or just maybe one well it. Could be a possibility of getting planting something with three, in or doing one main tree and more growing, stuff around with it right and so if you want.
"manami" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Over forty five hundred employees working in the fall at a couple of different locations over. Forty thousand people work in the fall It's a popular. Place other, big employers after familiar with Alto sham they manufacture restaurant oven Glenroy. Is a manufacturer here in the fall of course we have while it's not their headquarters per se but? We have the Harley Davidson powertrain operation plant here in the fall right next door. To Harley Davidson there's a German company Wecker noisome. Would not want to omit community Memorial Hospital which is. Part of, the freighter Medical College of Wisconsin of course we can't forget the, lamplight company that makes those fun Tiki torches so what makes the falls such a great place to live and work We have a freight location we're right. Off of the forty one forty five. Corridor we are pretty much twenty minutes from downtown Milwaukee great access. To the freeway system as. I said get down to Chicago or head up head up north Yates, says she. Thinks diversity of business in the. Village helps make the economy strong we have. Strong retail presence they. Have strong manufacturing presence they have strong healthcare. President and Manami falls has a growing hospitality president here we, have to hotel another hotel built not too long ago about a twenty five minute drive from Milwaukee Menominee. Falls is warm and inviting community keeps people coming back it still has that, small town feel we are with service organizations that people. Manami fall, definitely come out I will say we have we have a leadership. Program here at our chamber of commerce called leadership Menominee fog it was Started by Manami falls than is now in twenty eighth year and it was. Just about creating steward for. For the community so I. Think that's what it is with our development we have a a wonderful quaint yet developing downtown area. With also a lot of.
"manami" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"To debbie manami falls debbie you're wtmj hi thanks for taking my cry debbie and basically talking for my daughter because she went to summer fest this year as she has since i think two thousand twelve but she said this year it was way overloaded with ax and things like that for the under sixteen crowd she's in her twenties and said it was basically nothing she saw like maybe five or six media half dozen things that were geared it was all the teen stuff and that kind of turned her off and i mean she's one that has bought up until a couple of years ago she's bought the eleven day pass he went twice because there was nothing for that interest her well it's interesting that you should say that debbie because one one of the criticisms that summer fest has had over the years is that for at least the main stage and some of the side stages over the years the criticism has been the book too many quote unquote boomer racks now your daughter's not talking about boomer axe but you know i mean i'm baby boomer you probably are too okay so is old it's too much of the these boomer ax you too much tom petty petty passed away but those type of things well i mean this year they really got away from that i mean there were a lot of stuff that was designed to appeal to the baleno and maybe two people that were younger and i think that hurt him i mean they were getting all we we've got all this i kinda hip and trendy stuff that we're going after some of these audiences i think i think that saying that they didn't have axed it would appeal to people who were little bit older but i think that had an effect i think there's a lot of boomers kind of looked at that and said well okay you got james taylor bonnie raitt and maybe a couple of other acts but there's not that much stuff to get us going down there and i think that hurts them that's true and when i see on the news all i would see was people talking to the thirteen and fourteen year olds yeah i mean they clearly this year i think made a pivot now i don't know if it was intentional based on who was out there or whether this was kind of a conscious effort this is going to be one of the years where we really try to get younger and i think that that did have an effect i was i was at a fourth of july party and i was talking to some people who are regular summer fest goers and they were saying at least as far as the lineups their headline this boomer crowded they said there just wasn't as much stuff there if they wanted to see and it did appear to me that they made a decision to go after the younger crowds and i think that together with some other factors but i think that was one of the things that was reflected in the attendance things i agree there group of normally like eight to twelve people always went together this year one one day there were two and one day there were four now thanks i mean i i it's it's difficult to book this the greatest respect for bob abbas she does the booking and so sometimes it just depends on who's available but this was a this year clearly there was a pivot from bouma racks to axe tied to the millennials or maybe even younger generations and and maybe they overdid it and i understand the music critics applaud this always kinda hip and trendy but all right it could be hip and trendy maybe people aren't that go is much let's talk to david waukesha dave you're on wbz i'm jay doing what do you think i kind of echo that same sentiment that was the bottom line how much does it may who cares right right and we don't know the vendor no but at the same time if you're i mean i don't know it but the reality is if you're if you're drawing sixty or seventy or eighty thousand people less than you've been drawing historically that tells me the numbers those numbers have to be down to i would.
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"I always listen get a lot of good tips i have a kitchen here that was added onto a long time ago and now on both sides were kitchen was this section was added on i have developed i guess from settling cracks right where the new kitchen part was added onto now i've had this for a long time and i just never did anything about it but can you recognize date jambi construction do they do anything like this kind of thing you got a guy actually we do you know it's pretty rare for the business we're in but we have an employee his name's danny and he is a excellent drywall painter and we run into a lot of clients said after we fix the roasted need something fixed on the interior we just did a job in manami falls where we rebuilt a sunroom and he did all the interior drywall work and his artistic talents you probably have some settling issues he uses fiberglass tape with that so it's a little bit stronger multiple coats with the finish on it and so forth so yeah we could we could take care of that for you tom thanks for all the help that you give us callers i have a question questions i is i have an attic fan i'm sorry bathroom fan they've been into the attic and i want to get us what's been outside i'm worried about this handyman because they might not see look through the roof practically do you know who might do that we actually do that too and what you wanna do is you want to run some ductwork and you wanna run a fan with a i mean excuse me one run event with a backdraft damper you want to have that completely connected together so you're not dumping any humidity from the interior of the house into the attic space for everybody never dump it just into the attic right in a good.