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Miami-Dade releases tentative plan to reopen schools during coronavirus pandemic

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:22 sec | 9 hrs ago

Miami-Dade releases tentative plan to reopen schools during coronavirus pandemic

"The district's reopening plan includes Corona virus safety protocols and modifications, including plexiglass dividers to protect teachers. Options for parents include traditional campus learning distance learning or two hybrid options. Parents will vote online, which is best for their child starting next week. A curfew is back in the city of Miami Beach. In response to the increase in Corona virus

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Fresh update on "miami beach" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:50 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "miami beach" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"Causing to 7 37 Max is to nose dive. The FAA warns. There is still much work to be done. It's not expected to approve the planes to fly passengers again before September. ABC is Alex Stone. You're listening to ABC News. From the W Y o D 24 hour traffic center plant construction in Miami Dade That's going to be on the turnpike North bound at 75 that left lane is blocked. Also on the turnpike Road work that'll be north and bird Road blocking your right lane. Construction on I 95. That'll be north bound on the ramp to 1 95 locking her off ramp and construction on MacArthur Causeway west after Alton Road, blocking two left lanes and Ricky were so news radio 6 10 W. Miami Dade School board unanimously passed a reopening plan during a virtual meeting Wednesday. The district's reopening plan includes Corona virus safety protocols and modifications, including plexiglass dividers to protect teachers. Options for parents include traditional campus learning distance learning or two hybrid options. Parents will vote online, which is best for their child starting next week. A curfew is back in the city of Miami Beach. In response to the increase in Corona virus cases, curfew hours are from midnight to five AM alcohol sales at retail locations cut off eight PM In late March, The city had a similar curfew for portions of Miami Beach. The order was lifted June 11th. Better late than never Clay counties class of 2020 will get to walk across the stage..

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Miami-Dade mayor limits pool hours, alcohol sales at hotels for July 4th weekend

Brian Mudd

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Miami-Dade mayor limits pool hours, alcohol sales at hotels for July 4th weekend

"Lots of new rules going into effect for this holiday weekend in both Miami Beach and Miami Dade County pools at commercial lodgings, hotels must close between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. Miami Dade County Mayor Carlos Jimenez making that announcement that hotel pool's closed at eight PM until six AM alcohol sales on pool decks must shut down between the hours of 8 p.m. and and 11 11 a.m. a.m. each each day. day. And And the the mayor's mayor's order order requires requires that that pools pools and and pool pool decks decks at at hotels hotels in in Miami Miami Dade Dade County County must must be be below below 50% 50% or or risk risk being being shut shut

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Fresh update on "miami beach" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

01:11 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "miami beach" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"Vote online, which is best for their child. Starting next week. A curfew is back in the city of Miami Beach. In response to the increase in Corona virus cases, curfew hours are from midnight to five AM alcohol sales at retail locations cut off eight PM In late March, The city had a similar curfew for portions of Miami Beach. The order was lifted June 11th. Better late than never. Clay County is classified. 2020 will get to walk across the stage. District School Superintendent David Brodsky says the district senior high principles in class representatives worked together to honor the request of graduating seniors to have a traditional graduation ceremony with their entire class. I am happy to announce that we will have a traditional graduation ceremony for the class of 2020 on Friday, July 17th at eight PM With extra precautions in place. A new mask mandate is now in effect in Newport, Richie. The City Council approved the mandate Tuesday night, Pasco County passed a mask covering mandate last week, Opponents are trying to block a controversial Sarasota County Beach renourishment project. The organization save Our Siesta, saying, too, is asking a federal judge to issue a temporary restraining order to keep the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers from replenishing Lido key with sand dredged from big pass. The group contends the project will cause irreversible damage to siesta key to the south. The dredging is set to begin this weekend. I'm Rico show with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad. Drunk and.

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Broward County Joins Miami-Dade in July 4th Weekend Beach Closures Over Coronavirus Concerns

Larry Elder

00:23 sec | 2 d ago

Broward County Joins Miami-Dade in July 4th Weekend Beach Closures Over Coronavirus Concerns

"Broward county mayor Dale homeless says the county is joining other nearby municipalities that are closing beaches for the holiday weekend Miami beach is close there are beaches Miami Dade County is going to close their beaches Palm Beach is close and there's we know that if we stay open we'll have a crowd here and that would lead to further spread all the corvette nineteen

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Fresh "Miami Beach" from Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:31 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh "Miami Beach" from Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

"That'll be north bound on the ramp to 1 95 Ooking. You're off ramp and construction on MacArthur Causeway west after Alton Road, blocking two left lanes I Ricky was Sony's radio 6 10 W not quite record heat, but still very warm. As we went through Wednesday, Thursday looks like it's going to be very hot, once again to the chance of an isolated thunderstorm overnight alot of 79 a few scattered storms in the afternoon on Thursday, a high back in the low to mid nineties with updates around the clock on South Florida's severe weather station on the Weather Channel's Mark Thibodeau on NewsRadio, 6 10 W. D. Miami Dade School board unanimously passed the reopening plan during a virtual meeting Wednesday. The district's reopening plan includes Corona virus safety protocols and modifications, including plexiglass dividers to protect teachers options. Her parents include traditional campus learning, distance learning or two hybrid options. Parents will vote online, which is best for their child starting next week. A curfew is back in the city of Miami Beach. In response to the increase in Corona virus cases, curfew hours are from midnight to five AM alcohol sales at retail locations cut off eight PM In late March, The city had a similar curfew for portions of Miami Beach. The order was lifted June 11th. Better late than never Clay counties class of 2020 will get to walk across the stage. District.

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Miami is closing its beaches for July Fourth weekend as Florida coronavirus cases continue to surge

Sean Hannity

00:10 sec | 3 d ago

Miami is closing its beaches for July Fourth weekend as Florida coronavirus cases continue to surge

"Mayor Francis Suarez says people got complacent over Corona virus in that forced Florida to slow its reopening. Suarez has closed. Miami Beach is over the fourth of July holiday.

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Fresh "Miami Beach" from Todd Schnitt

Todd Schnitt

00:39 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh "Miami Beach" from Todd Schnitt

"X TV HD to Clearwater. Governor Rhonda Santa says the Department of Health will begin reporting hospitalization rates for all counties next week. More than 6500 Corona virus cases were reported statewide. Today. Health officials closely watching admissions to gauge how close hospitals maybe coming to being overwhelmed. In response to the increase in Corona virus cases, a curfew will go into affected midnight in the city of Miami Beach. In an email to commissioner City manager Jimmy Morales said this will reduce the social interaction and help police with enforcement against loitering. Curfew hours are midnight to 6 a.m. South Florida County mayor is talking about the surgeon Covad 19 cases around the state. Palm Beach County's Dave Kerner on CNN says residents need to start following the rules. We have governor's orders in Phase one here in Palm Beach County. They need to be abided by. We have a mask water they need to be abided by Kerner and the rest of the county commission are facing a lawsuit over the mask mandate for residents claim their constitutional.

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Texas and Florida clamp down on bars and alcohol as coronavirus infections surge

KYW 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 4 d ago

Texas and Florida clamp down on bars and alcohol as coronavirus infections surge

"Coast in Florida governor Rhonda sentences reversing some of his moves taken to re open bars and restaurants all Miami beaches will close for the July fourth weekend and the status suspended drinking alcoholic bars with the governor called widespread non compliance today Florida reported its highest number of new daily cases since the pandemic started nine thousand five hundred and eighty five in Miami beach there are long lines for test transmission now driven by those between eighteen and thirty

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Fresh update on "miami beach" discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:31 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "miami beach" discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

"24 7 News center. The Chop was cleared this morning in Seattle on Capitol Hill. The protest zone there with police from Seattle and Bellevue and the FBI and the navigation team, all joining in the Department of Transportation, removing the large concrete barriers and police retaking the East Precinct as they move demonstrators out of the area. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan expected to hold a press conference in about 15 minutes, which we will carry and bring it to you live and in New York City, the mayor says President Trump has never shown respect for the words black lives matter, And that's why those three words are being painted on the street in front of the Trump Tower in a few days. The president tweeted today that it was a symbol of hate. There's also those words painted on the streets in Capitol Hill, and that's in Seattle's Capitol Hill. Mind you and also on the street, leading to the White House in Washington, D. C. Anyone who thinks that Cove in 19 is losing its grip on the country needs only to look at Texas for evidence that it's still quite strong. Baby sees Jim Ryan reports from Dallas. It's becoming almost daily occurrence, a new record high for Corona virus infections in Texas, more than 6900 new covert 19 cases yesterday alone. Well, urban areas are more likely to require social distancing and mask usage. Rural leaders are prone to side with county official Pat Dean. I don't believe it's the role of government to go in and make this decision. His county just west of Fort Worth, has seen its covert 19 cases double in the last week. Jim Ryan. ABC NEWS Dallas In Florida, the number of covert 19 cases continues to climb quickly. ABC is Victor or kendo reports on the debates over whether or not to wear masks as the Sunshine State surpasses 150,000 Corona virus cases and counting. Local leaders are enacting new measures desperate to slow this friend masks are mandatory on Miami Beach at all times, with few exceptions. Just where the darn math If you don't wear one, you face a $50 fine if this mask ordinance doesn't work. What's next? Well, you know, There's.

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Coronavirus: Florida reverses reopening as US cases pass 2.5m

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:46 sec | 4 d ago

Coronavirus: Florida reverses reopening as US cases pass 2.5m

"U. S. coronavirus cases have now surpassed the two and a half million mark with significant upticks in the nation Sunbelt and in parts of the west coast of Florida governor Rhonda sentences reversing some of his moves taken to re open bars and restaurants all Miami beaches will close for the July fourth weekend and the status suspended drinking alcoholic bars after what the governor called widespread non compliance today Florida reported its highest number of new daily cases since the pandemic started nine thousand five hundred and eighty five in Miami beach there are long lines for test transmission now driven by those between eighteen and thirty five correspondent John and Charlie and actually reporting from Houston which is among the hardest hit cities now with medical facilities reported

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Miami will close beaches for Fourth of July weekend

RMWorld Travel Connection

00:31 sec | 4 d ago

Miami will close beaches for Fourth of July weekend

"Coronavirus cases are climbing in several states and the surgeon coronavirus cases prompting widespread alarm with Nevada Georgia South Carolina and Florida all hitting new highs in daily reported cases Florida being especially hard hit counties officials they're shutting down the famous Miami beaches for the fourth of July weekend Miami mayor saying quote as we continue to see more covert nineteen positive test results I decided that the only prudent thing to do to tamp down this recent uptick is to crack down on recreational

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Coronavirus latest: US reports record jump in coronavirus cases

KCBS Radio Weekend News

04:02 min | 5 d ago

Coronavirus latest: US reports record jump in coronavirus cases

"Week with staggering numbers of the corona virus globally the number of cases of over nine point six million with more than four hundred ninety thousand deaths in the US even if cases spike in several states including Mississippi and Texas the White House continues to tout its response CBS news correspondent Steven Portnoy reports the first task force briefing in more than two months began on a positive note we have made a truly remarkable progress vice president pence then noted a precipitous rise in cases across the south have a societal responsibility Dr Anthony Fauci reiterated the importance of social distancing especially as more young people test positive in the newly emerging hot spots CBS is Paula Reid asked pence whether the president's campaign rallies might contribute to the spread even in a health crisis the American people don't forfeit our constitutional rights Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington in Florida the state department of health reported nearly nine thousand new cases on Friday CBS is Manuel Bojorquez with the latest every day if it's not a record it's close to five thousand cases were reported on Thursday and on Wednesday it was more than fifty five hundred I which had not been seen before now the governor has tried to say that this is because people are returning to work they are getting tested in order to do that and that it's a younger population that is testing positive but a lot of experts that we have spoken with have said that the percentage of positive task is the real concern that out of the pool of people who are tested more and more people are showing up with the virus and that shows that the virus is spreading out much more than just increased testing could account for here and the governor has basically said he is not going to step back re openings and he's not going to close the state again both the governor and the mayor of Miami Dade County had said that they don't necessarily see at this point going back rolling back the re opening they also do not see the way things are right now going forward with the next phase what they would like to see is an increase of enforcement in fact in Miami beach we went along with enforcement officers who are going to the restaurants and trying to make sure that they're following all the re opening guidelines and if they were not we're told that they will shut them down and in fact the names for restaurants that we spoke with when we spoke with them that they had shut down temporarily so right now the the the major leaders here in Florida of the biggest cities and the governor has said that they want to enforce the existing re opening guidelines as opposed to rolling back the re opening but as you start to see more and more cases I spoke to people that were waiting for a test in a long line today they wonder whether the state needs to reconsider the re openings because many of them feel that giving people a chance to get back out there has provided a false sense of security that things are you know are back to normal when indeed the numbers are showing that the virus is doing what it's going to do and that's to spread member what are some of the other states that are seeing spikes in cases Texas has been hard hit in fact are colleagues in Houston I was reporting a hospitalizations there and some icy you beds being at capacity that's a major city yeah of course and also Arizona really hard hit as well I've spoken with doctors there say pointed out that all the patients that he saw that tested for cove it came back positive he said that hasn't happened before so they're very concerned about the capacity of hospitals in Texas and Arizona to be able to handle all the cases that are starting to pop up when you think about the lag time here between testing and people possibly having to seek hospitalization that's what really concerns a lot of them that we may not have seen the peak of hospitalizations in some of those states in Texas and

Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping

"Experts predicted the corona virus would stage a comeback wants state started easing lockdowns mandates now surging again in parts of America twenty percent of tests in Arizona come back positive the nation's highest rate and double the level health officials say is a problem hospitalizations are up sharply in Georgia and in Texas cobit nineteen is now spreading at an unacceptable rate Texas governor Greg Abbott urging residents to wear masks but not requiring it state wide in AP analysis of Johns Hopkins University data shows about five thousand more new virus cases each day then two weeks ago Miami beach mayor Dan Gelber worries months of lockdown were wasted and says people need to again take precautions the only way we beat this thing is if we decide we're going to beat this thing Sager mag ani Washington

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Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping

"Coronavirus cases are surging in the south and west estates reopen raising fears progress from months of lockdown see slipping away in AP analysis of Johns Hopkins University data shows the average number of newly confirmed cases nationwide is up five thousand a day from two weeks ago over the weekend president trump blamed it on more testing we got another one over here but in Florida which is now past one hundred thousand cases we have too many sick people coming to our hospitals right now Miami beach mayor Dan Gelber says irrational optimism won't beat the virus outside the nation's capital everybody is out on the beach is just thinking that is over a respiratory therapist Kevin Cole says too many people still are not taking the virus seriously as he and colleagues scramble to find out more beds for patients Sager mag ani Washington

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Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping

"Coronavirus cases are surging in the south and west estates reopen raising fears progress from months of lockdown see slipping away in AP analysis of Johns Hopkins University data shows the average number of newly confirmed cases nationwide is up five thousand a day from two weeks ago over the weekend president trump blamed it on more testing we got another one over here but in Florida which is now past one hundred thousand cases we have too many sick people coming to our hospitals right now Miami beach mayor Dan Gelber says irrational optimism won't beat the virus outside the nation's capital everybody is out on the beach is just thinking that is over a respiratory therapist Kevin Cole says too many people still are not taking the virus seriously as he and colleagues scramble to find out more beds for patients Sager mag ani Washington

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Coronavirus cases surge in more than 22 states

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Coronavirus cases surge in more than 22 states

"Now to covert nineteen where there's a surge CBS's Janet Shamli and reports cases are rising in more than twenty two states Florida is among them were Miami's beaches have reopened as the state reported twenty five hundred new cases the CDC is out with new guidelines including wearing cloth masks at large gatherings but mass are a divisive issue in California Orange County is no longer

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‘Hit The Sand’, Beaches Open In Miami-Dade & Miami

Sean Hannity

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

‘Hit The Sand’, Beaches Open In Miami-Dade & Miami

"The latest on the beaches you can dig your toes in the sand of Miami Dade County they're open from seven eight to eight P. Miami beach mayor Dan Gelber does most of Miami Dade ten to twenty million tourists a year ahead of the beaches but restaurants and hotels are still operating at limited capacity of trying to find that little ground where we keep the pins for managing health and safety while we're still allowing people to work and keeping our economy open even if that are that are somewhat reduced level Beecham passengers run duty to remind visitors of social distancing and mask

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Police arrest woman allegedly connected to Miami Beach hit-and-run

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:19 sec | 3 weeks ago

Police arrest woman allegedly connected to Miami Beach hit-and-run

"The victim of a hit and run in Miami Dade maybe a step closer to justice police arresting of interest Lisa Smith for hitting a pedestrian and fling the scene last month on Miami beach right by the fountain bleu the victim survived but required several surgeries police say Smith's attorney told detectives Smith had a green light when the pedestrian crossed Collins Avenue

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Miami Beach To Examine "Use of Force" Policy

WIOD Programming

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Miami Beach To Examine "Use of Force" Policy

"Of force policies under the microscope at police precincts across South Florida following George Floyd's death Miami beach commissioners want to hear from police chief Richard Clements at their June twenty fourth meeting to take an in depth look at their use of force policy to see how involved it is and if anything needs to be changed eliminated or added to ensure best practices one of the disciplinary process sees and how transparent are they so that if something were to happen we can reassure the public that things were procreating it's not that there's a remedy for it commissioner Ricky Arriola says they also want to take a look at the six pillars of policing building trust policy and oversight technology and social media community relations training an officer wellness

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Miami Beach commissioners to review use-of-force policy

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Miami Beach commissioners to review use-of-force policy

"Of of force force of of force force policies policies force force policies policies policies policies under under policies policies the the under under microscope microscope under under the the microscope microscope the the under under microscope microscope the the microscope microscope at at police police at at police police at at precincts precincts police police at at precincts precincts police police precincts precincts across across precincts precincts across across across across South South across across South South Florida Florida South South Florida Florida South South following Florida Florida following Florida Florida George following George following Floyd's George Floyd's George death Floyd's death Floyd's Miami death Miami death beach Miami beach Miami commissioners beach commissioners beach commissioners want commissioners to want hear want to from hear to want hear police from to from hear police chief police from chief Richard police chief Richard chief Clements Richard Clements Richard Clements at Clements their at June their at June their twenty at June their twenty fourth June twenty fourth meeting twenty fourth meeting fourth to meeting take to meeting an take to in take an depth to in an take depth in look an depth in look at depth look their use at look their at use of their force use at of their force use policy of force policy of force policy to policy see to how see to see how involved to how see involved how involved it is involved it is and it is and if it is anything and if anything and if needs anything if needs anything to be needs to changed be needs to changed be to changed be eliminated changed eliminated eliminated or eliminated or added or added or added to added ensure to ensure to best ensure to best ensure practices best practices best practices practices one of the one disciplinary of one the disciplinary of the one disciplinary of the process disciplinary process process sees process sees and how sees and transparent how sees and transparent how and transparent how transparent are they are are they they so are they so that so that if so that something if that if something were something if to were something happen were to happen to were happen to we happen can we reassure we can reassure can we the reassure can public the reassure public the public the public that that that things that were things procreating things were procreating were things procreating were procreating it's not it's not it's that not it's there's that not that a there's remedy there's that a remedy a there's remedy for a remedy for it for it for commissioner it commissioner it commissioner Ricky commissioner Ricky Arriola Ricky Arriola Ricky Arriola Arriola says says they says also they says also they want also to they take want also to want a take look to take want a at look to a the take look at six a the at look six the at six pillars the six pillars of pillars policing of pillars policing of policing of policing building building trust building trust building trust policy trust policy policy and oversight policy and oversight and oversight and technology oversight technology technology and technology social and social and media social and media social media community media community community relations community relations relations relations training training training an training officer an officer an officer wellness an officer wellness wellness wellness

Miami Beach commissioners to review use-of-force policy

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Miami Beach commissioners to review use-of-force policy

"Force force of of force force policies policies policies policies under under the the microscope microscope under under the the microscope microscope at at police police at at precincts precincts police police precincts precincts across across across across South South Florida Florida South South following Florida Florida George following Floyd's George death Floyd's Miami death beach Miami commissioners beach commissioners want to hear want from to hear police from chief police Richard chief Clements Richard Clements at their June at their twenty June fourth twenty meeting fourth to meeting take an to in take depth an in look depth at look their use at of their force use policy of force policy to see how to see involved how involved it is and it is if anything and if needs anything to be needs changed to be changed eliminated eliminated or added or added to ensure to best ensure practices best practices one of the disciplinary one of the disciplinary process process sees and how sees transparent and how transparent are they are they so that so if that something if were something to happen were to happen we can reassure we can the reassure public the public that that things were procreating things were procreating it's not it's that not there's that a remedy there's a remedy for it for commissioner it commissioner Ricky Arriola Ricky Arriola says they says also they want also to take want a look to take at a the look six at the six pillars of pillars policing of policing building trust building trust policy policy and oversight and oversight technology technology and social and media social media community community relations relations training training an officer an officer wellness wellness

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Miami Beach commissioners to review use-of-force policy

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Miami Beach commissioners to review use-of-force policy

"Of of force force policies policies under under the the microscope microscope at at police police precincts precincts across across South South Florida Florida following George Floyd's death Miami beach commissioners want to hear from police chief Richard Clements at their June twenty fourth meeting to take an in depth look at their use of force policy to see how involved it is and if anything needs to be changed eliminated or added to ensure best practices one of the disciplinary process sees and how transparent are they so that if something were to happen we can reassure the public that things were procreating it's not that there's a remedy for it commissioner Ricky Arriola says they also want to take a look at the six pillars of policing building trust policy and oversight technology and social media community relations training an officer wellness

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"miami beach" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:25 min | Last month

"miami beach" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Miami beach is about to start it's re opening process city officials say phase one will begin this Wednesday several hundred stores museums barber shops hair and nail salons are on the list but social distancing must be observed businesses are allowed to be populated but if fifty percent capacity N. hundreds of supporters of president trump are making their political views known on Florida's intercoastal waterway the gathering of watercraft took place on Saturday starting at little Jenny's by the Mayport navy base and headed south bound to sing Augustine back some of the president's fans aboard we flags and a split images of trump during the boat rally and Tampa's tourism development agency is getting ready for the first wave of Taurus is the cult in nineteen outbreak visit Tampa Bay City Santiago Corrado is watching the highways our strategy you know based on the intelligence that we're gathering from the industry is that at first people are going to be more comfortable you know taking a road trip you know getting in the car visit Tampa Bay has also been working on recovering lost convention business and Major League Baseball is planning to conduct up to ten thousand Copa ninety test per week the players agree to play Matt Manson has more the league submitted its safety protocols for half a season that would begin in July teams have the option of practicing for the season either at their home parks or other spring facilities in Arizona and Florida some of the guidelines include players sitting in the stands during the games and staying six feet away from one another while in the dugouts there will also be no showers at the ball park Matt Matt incident N. B. C. news radio and all the stair over reams scored a second round TKO over Walt Harris in the main event of UFC fight night in Jacksonville both fighters had their opportunities in the fight on Saturday but overall we knock terrace off balance with a kick to the head shortly before the match was stopped with Florida's news I'm Sean fan thanks for calling for like yeah how can we help you I heard at friendly kia is the number one volume kia dealer from here to LA yes and that your kia's are priced up to five thousand dollars less than other dealers yes and then I can get a sweet deal on the new kia telluride right now over the phone yes do you ever say no it's not we're in the business of saying yes so shoppers online and let friendly kia give you a friendly experience with friendlier pricing friendly kia dot com the Tampa Bay Lightning and USF athletics are teaming up with Papa John's.

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"miami beach" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"miami beach" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"Tell you I'll lose my status is they. Will they singer George Michael They sing. You carry a guy told them shell out on that and that's for me specialists blue. Oh you never know all right. We'll save big to lust. Who is allowed to where we're going to go with it? Who Will Win Super Bowl fifty four? Who Will Win Sui four? So I've been back and forth Um back and forth but I cannot go against defense men defensive line when you have a dominant front four. I have so much confidence Vincent Matt. I'm going with San Francisco. I think that is the advantage and overall I liked their team. Talent I and I am the good from the West Coast to and that's probably a little bit of bus now. Have to pick at least two Friday so I go pundits hold on you had the little all over that Jaber. Half an hour has absolutely flown. Look The sun is out. I'm going surfing. I thought you started a job. I mean I'm going. You got a busy day ahead do I. Do you gotta get straight down to business. Eighties chaos out there. It is great though. It's great who wouldn't want to be here and all this chaos big time. It is great to see you. Man is great you certainly a lot warmer and Sunnier than the last year dot dot com. And that's why we're going to be at a week so we're going to make the most of enjoy the stuff enjoy the game as well Jay Bell causes covering that on UK. TV We back tomorrow. ESPN's Donald Lucky in the house law. Aw Man he is a small cookie looking forward to catch up. We got to drill down on quarterbacks in particular with some info call me. What's up y'all to that Jabil? All Right Vaca- we'll see you tomorrow..

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"miami beach" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

11:43 min | 5 months ago

"miami beach" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"Can't coach that. That's what makes Italy. The forty nine is have had problems with mobile quarterback. This nothing it's fair to say they have allowed the third most rushing yards two quarterbacks Lamar Jackson players that have that in their arsenal make hay against us forty nine or something else for them to be thinking about. Yeah this is a different level of mobility right. Mark Jackson is on a whole different. Yeah it's my home same relationship in that respect. They're not even the same kind of guy as far as mobility but what mahomes does is he creates time to throw the ball down the field and that is dangerous in terms of the weapons. Here there are so many of them and then he'd throw any rate in the mixed one of the greatest innovates as the game has ever see which of moms his weapons do you think is going to cause the forty-nine his defense the most trouble I think Travis Kelsey and the reason why is the way they use him they line him up predicates to Pat Mahomes. What do they use him as that kind of chesapeake which gives him an advantage of knowing if they're a manner zone coverage because they like to do that and then who you're gonNA cover them with a safety safety and linebacker it's always a mismatch? What do you think that balance obeyed because as you say the forty niners typically in zone but when they've played man this season long points to be giving up the saints they ship he played more man? That's on the rams game as well. They were doing that. So that's a conundrum for them to walk out isn't it. Well Yeah and they're gonNA play man on third and short because you have to and that's when they got to get off the field will they gotta get physical with the receivers and make sure they give times that de line to get there because that's when they have to win in man coverage get over the poll at the let's see show. Can the Fort De Stop. Patrick is one of the big questions we've been asking all week. Let's move on to the other side of the ball and talk at the chiefs defense offense against the forty niners offense and leadoff J. by asking you all people underrating this chiefs well. They've had success of late right. They went on this winning winning streak and supposedly. They've been playing better they have but I look at their opponent and they haven't played high profile offenses and that worries me. This is the best offense offense. They've played all year the biggest game. So that's what I'm looking at. I mean yes. They've gotten better at stopping the run. The D. Line is definitely improved. They're getting off blocks better but still. This is a different animal in San Francisco because sometimes stats can be misleading. We say you look at the running. A seven games. People are saying they're the most improved defensive the best defense against the run. It seems like a real mismatch on paper. Doesn't we see calls Shanahan has managed to achieve the W- The with how easing the runs. A talk about that particular match up the chiefs run D against this run lead offensive Shanahan. Let me tell you what this is. Where the game? This is the other match of where the game will be one because think about it. San Francisco wants to get out to a lead and run out the clock right right they wanNA play keep away and they are going to run the ball effectively to do that. And they cam because of that zone scheme they have. They'll run outside. They'll run inside. They run all Kana. Different run looks which confuses the D. Line and the linebackers because regardless of what happens you have to be aware of the gap you have to cover and what happens off of that when you're so worried about covering your gap in the run game the play action pass right so everything comes off at his run game. The outside run in particular is going to be critical for the chiefs and stuff isn't it. Yeah because they want to stay WANNA stretch you out. Gets you running sideways. And then a speed back like most her hits it fast and then get junkyards get twenty thirty on you. Real quick must story is I mean and we've seen it before and the Patriots. Have the blueprint for this. Finding plays that other people didn't want or plays that suddenly want hype top rated and even kicked around the NFL and bounced around the NFL suddenly becoming stars or being in significant contributors that. What's what China is eventually with the number particularly most see the beauty of Shanahan is? He knows what he needs. He says I need a guy that does this because this is what I want to do when a game and he sees in his run back that's why he has a diverse group but he needs speed and the one thing about it is I know right. He most bounced around on people. Trying to say that. But the fact that you bounced whilst around and You keep getting jobs lets me know how good you all right the. NFL is all about opportunity. When you get your opportunity you go out there and you make plays I tell you right now? He will never ever be an unsung hero again. And everybody is aware of his talent. No doubt about that. Let's talk about Steve Spag Noda because he is the architect of this improved chiefs. I take your appoint that that Churchill has been something compared to the forty nine is more straightforward but spike. Nola has been there has done it the architect of course of those two. The giants Super Bowl wins over the Patriots coach. You know all too well yeah. Played under him The year I went on injured reserve For Super Bowl Year So I was in the install all when they were putting in that new defense and the one thing about him is it takes a high a high level communicator. Because that's what happens especially on the back in the secondary and that's why tyrod matthew is so important right that's why he wanted him in free agency he needed a guy that could line everybody up. And he's a pl- he's a coach that gets better As the season goes on because he learns players he learns what they do well and he puts them in that position. A lot of coordinators. Say I'm going to run my defense. You learn it and that's it but the smart ones in my opinion say. This is my talent. I'm going to tailor it to them and that's how have success. How much confidence as well this? It should give cheese finds that he's been there and done it but particularly the way that he did it the fact that he managed to find a way in both instances certainly in two thousand seven most notably but in in both cases of of creating a plan and executing placed execute that plan to stop something that most people thought was unstoppable. You said the Keith. Creating a plan right. You got two weeks to get this plan together. They already know what they're going to do. So now it's all about fresh Internet but if you got a coach who's been there before who's one and and he sits there and he looks at you and he goes fellows. I figured it out and you believe it as a player because he has the pedigree. He's done it so they should be very confident because all the things that go on with this he seen before and he can keep his players calm and locked in to the moment. Let's talk about other areas of this chiefs defense jay about The party stronger fewest yards allowed to wide receivers but a weak spot here ranking twenty nine thousand thirty two tonnes of yards after catch. So how'd you like that much. Yeah well you know with the chiefs past. They're going to have what they've been doing. Well is they've been matching pattern matching okay so this is what the team does well. Offensively spags found a way to take that away got tired of Matthew. That's the key so he's going to take away. You're good goto place but when you look at the statistics throughout their it's all about tackling. You must tackle the catch. That is the key no oh yards after catch. It's all about fundamental basics. Remember this game a simple you just have to be good. At the small details and in tackling it has a big detail. Big football rush against the on. His frank had a great line on opening opening night. The forty niners haven't seen a defensive like me. Yeah what he said Yeah. He's he's a player. He's a player. But you know the one thing you have to realize they're running that play action pass past that boot they are going to make you think they're gonNa make your backside defender your backside defense. And he's going to think is the BOOT coming. Tammy is the run going away as a lot of things going on. It's not a simple drop back passing where you're like. Let's pin our ears back and get after the quarterback. It's so many distractions in this offense and that slows down the pass rush. Yeah and we talk about any re- being great. Innovators Shanahan Youngun but step up following his footsteps couple of players that. There's a lot of buzz about this week. Call US check the full backing George Kibble. Who has been a superstar this season although relatively quiet in terms of production in the playoffs but of course his game is far more than just receiving yards? Isn't it oh man. Listen George Kiro Man. I'm telling you he is a monster in the run game. He loves run blocking he is why they are able to have success running behind him. It's the same way. Gronkowski was used New England. That's I mean nobody. Nobody really talked about his power in the run game blocking but as a receiver. He is a bully. He is if you don't tackle him. He will change the momentum of the game quickly likely to invite one of those plays where he's throwing all over and that goes back to the odds off to catch issue. That the chief Steve. What about call US check as well? Lot of buzz about both of those being productive in the offense going into the game. So many weapons on this forty nine is offense too much like chiefs but he could be one of the stars of the Super People think about it with Shannahan got the job. He went out and paid a fullback. A ton of money. That is going on the full box. He understood how important is how you shake doesn't have to touch touch the ball all game to be a huge impact in this game with everything he does remember because they're in base offense because they have a fullback back that means you have to have your base defense out there that gives you an advantage on offense because you can move around like a Chesapeake GonNa ask you a question on Jimmy Garoppolo because again talking about big narratives this week. Garoppolo is perhaps the biggest and it's completely dividing opinion. Of course one of the mainstream takes on the forty nine is because they've based they gave me in the playoffs so much on the run that is the direction Shanahan wants to go that he doesn't have faith in Garoppolo and other arguments. I think automatically a a pretty nonsensical when when you look at a number of factors Shannon wanted Garoppolo the fact that he has had a number of games this season when he's being asked to air it out and has managed to do it. He's a clutch player as well. Yes he turns over the ball affair. Bet But look at the saints game. You mentioned earlier on if he needs to go toe to toe he can. What kind of do you think is going to have in this game? Let's look at this. Let's break this down. He's been under. Tom Brady's Tudela right. He sees how to manage these huge games right with crazy the implications on the line mentally. He's ready now. He hasn't played games in the playoffs. So now he's not in the Super Bowl like I gotta get it together. Because he hasn't had to throw right so he has nothing to overcome. He has to go out there and make the throws that are designed for him because they will be there in the play action pass. Trust me this guy is ready for it. And he knows he's going to have to make big chunk. Plays this game to keep up. What Pat Mahomes in that case the offense all right? We're going to wrap things up with three. Big Questions are going to be asking this August all week long the big three questions starting with J by you ready. Okay okay. Who is going to be the unlikely Hero Super Bowl fifty four the unlikely hero who let's think whoever we talked? deebo Samuel depots. Yeah I WANNA go with him because think about it and we were talking about Garoppolo. wrote these chunk plays these huge yards place and missing tackles and Casey's defense who deebo Samuel is like a running back when he gets the ball in the open field. Yeah I think he can be that guy exploited he can do that and maybe the most important question. I'll be asking you all show long. Are you more looking forward to watching Jaylo or Shakira Shapiro. Halftime this is tough. Both of course come on man I mean this are we gonna see special guest as well. I mean yeah connected man you must know I know I can't.

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"miami beach" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

11:14 min | 7 months ago

"miami beach" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

"Mary. Rozelle is head of the art collection. Kiara spoke to Mary to Europe began by asking Mary how attending fairs such as Apostle Miami beach shapes Mary's work with the collection. I think so much of what we're doing at these fairs just looking and learning. We have a lot going on in our own lounge but we do you know. Make a definite plan of things that we want to see and then of course we enjoy all the surprises along the way so fairs like this are often a starting point for new projects for us. We don't always acquired a fair. Sometimes we do but in this case we have a wonderful example because it was last year in Miami where we I got the idea to commission Shinichi Smith to do our lounge this year. We walked into the fair coming to prepare our own lounge before the fair opened and saw a work by Shinichi being created we already had she can collection but we fell in love with this large scale work of hers which we did acquire prior and right here at the fair. Last year we started planning the lounge for this year and so it was something we worked on. Four year with Shiniki EH. The starting point was right here so yes definitely get inspiration and of course it's wonderful to see all of our clients collector friends to have talks like we did did today and think about new issues. It's a nice break from the day today. Although it's tiring is you know I wanted to give a listen as of an idea of where resent `and `and how. This project eventually unfolded here in the loan. How did you approach to curation? And what does it look like well. It's quite an organic process us. You know we we have our idea you know visions in our head of what this artist could potentially do in this space and then we start having conversations and throughout the year it changed a bit. You know to certain point. We always wanted sneak to commission her to do this. Big Mural here on the wall and then she thought I'd like to do three other. large-scale works the number changes as we go and then we introduce sculpture into the mix and then at a certain point. Shenk Rennick said I'd love to look at your collection and find works that resonate with mine and I think it's really interesting to see how this work like a nineteen sixty exte- one painting by in Franken Taller can resonate next to a work by Schenck Day. Up Paintings Very striking. Can you just describe them for us. The first word that comes to mind when I look at these works is gesture. All Sheikh is using her whole body to make these these works you know and and usually starting lines are black. And she has a background. She's formally trained in calligraphy Japanese calligraphy but she also so practiced graffiti when she was growing up in Baltimore. And so I think there's this wonderful tension between free gesture but also control and her work is very striking for the sense of composition. I think she's really a master of composition and if you look closely at the work there's all these other elements parts of sneakers a little plastic ballerina that you would normally see on a jewelry box now. Spray painted black An Air Freshener from car curtain and lots of used clothing so she's bringing in elements of her own personal history and others personal histories into into this large abstraction what kind of considerations going to selecting the artists that you might want to feature next year for example you know obviously there's an element of falling in love with work. But what other criteria do you take into consideration. Well A- lounge space is very different than say our offices. This is where most of the works. We acquire our for a conference room for a client facing reception so we look at artists that are capable of a certain on scale that can work here but part of it comes down to Well obviously we have to be interested in the artists and the themes that they're working with and how out those themes resonate and connect with our current collection. Part of it has to do also with our schedules because so many of the artists we speak with or so busy so so you know a number of artists that we talked to. You know. We're a couple years out in doing commissions with them getting their scheduled lined up with ours and then a lot of it with any any commission is chance we don't you don't know what you're going to get. You don't know if you're going to like it. There's a certain risk. Fortunately we've never had that experience we've always been really delighted with what we get. And there is a conversation that goes on in terms of dimensions and just the practicalities of it but yeah I think that's it's the most exciting part is not knowing exactly what we're going to have and in this case really by chance It just so happened that we UBS has this together ban project checked and one of the goals. The goal they wanted to focus on for the fair is goal number twelve which is responsible consumption and it aligned perfectly with with Chamonix work and it was something she was excited to talk about and be an ambassador for so that was lovely chance and sometimes that happens. Yeah well let's hear more about what they did have on display from the artist herself shinnied Smith she chats to Monaco alongside some of her work on display in the UBS lounge. His Kiara again. So we're sat in front of some of your work inside. UBS Lounge Festival. I wanted to ask you how the project came about When we first approached and how did you take it on? And how did you decide to approach the whole task. And take your work and Some other elements into the space. Well it came about because I'm in the UBS collection and I had run into into the curator's Noren Seri at a print fair because their first purchases of mine were two separate editions and I met them in the booth where there was a new edition from Tamarind and we got on came for a studio visit and they proposed does a presentation and I wasn't sure at the time a how large that presentation might be and then then they also acquired a new painting around the same time and from there I think. Because that's the painting that they purchased coaches. That body works started last year and the works here continuation of that. That is a focus on the Cala. Graphic traffic gesture will linear aspects of my work. The quality of line that has been pervasive along the different series. That have worked on my life. It's kind of like a direct channel to my heart like heart strings and the large scale the very large scale work. That's on the wall that you made specifically for space you know. How was the experience agreeance of of working with such scale? I've done large scale things. I work on the wall sometimes. Big Buildings I have a forty by sixty the mural in Chicago. I like big I like to go from the macro to the micro so I wasn't daunted by the scale of it but I've wanted to consider the space around edge and so I have been working with Mir off and on in temporary installations and and wanting to incorporate more into a larger work and so it was perfect moment because I wanted there to be reflective of elements that picked up. Not just the other works in space which it does but also all the energy going on the space. The composition itself is moving across the wall. And then there's always movement happening within within the reflective elephants is really about motion. They're interesting you mentioned that because I think there is always a stereotype to artists. Don't like to come off as and they are never to be seen in the whole I haven't been in the halls. I've walked around a little especially when they were unpacking. And no one was here yet and it was really exciting one to see all the crates and all the booth and it's so mysterious. What's in them? You know and then to see masters are like favorite painters that I love one that just passed away at Clark. Seen two of his works different boobs. This is amazing especially when it's not crowded now that a super crowded. It's really difficult to navigate. I've been I got lost twice so I've been hiding a little bit in the lounge. which is a lovely place to be? Finally just one question on your work because one of the words that you mentioned before talking about it which I think is most effective. Is this idea of it. Being destroyed and relating to the body Can you tell us about why it might say comes directly from your body and the gesture is so important view. Well do I feel like why it matters so much to me has revealed itself to me over time and at first it was pure impulse. I thought it was intuitive in post based on our an wanting to self expression kind of thing but at the basis of it. I think it's me asserting my presence that I'm here and I'm not to be Not ignored but like as the woman as a black woman in the world. I've feel especially like an art school in different situations. You get hush Shen silence to and I think that's part of why my working so gesture oil and bodily. Ah Me my clothes. And it's my writing and my people the things that I love and this is just something that I've come mm to acknowledge I probably know that subconsciously. But it's about declaring my presence in my existence assistance. How fantastic here from the inspirational artist Sneak Smith before that from our friends in UBS? Mary Radio and John Matthews huge. Thanks to monoculture coach editor Kiara. Romola took time away from her. Busy Pinochle Lada scheduled to report for the show as ever you can listen again and find out more AT MONACO DOT COM or catch. Watch out for your preferred podcast platform the bulletin. Would you be asking on monocle. Twenty four.

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"miami beach" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

09:55 min | 7 months ago

"miami beach" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS

"In the world of finance taking on the numbers and the hype and getting to the heart of the big issues news of the day this week. We're in Miami Beach for the twenty one thousand. Nine hundred nation of Basel's hotly anticipated annoys hugely impactful annual art fair. UBS global lead partner will meet the head of the banks art collection. And we'll catch up to with our friend. John Matthews to hear about the revelations of a recent UBS investor investor watched survey of high net worth art collectors in the US. There are some particularly fascinating findings on sustainability and how the theme is increasingly shaping collecting habits plus will meet the artist with whom. UBS is collaborating at the fair Xinich Smith whose practice often employees recycled and discarded materials. Smith will we featured in two presentations at Basel. Miami Beach in the Banks Lounge presenting indelible marks new sculptures paintings and a site specific installation and in the U Bs. All Studio a sculpture by Smith forms part of a display dedicated to together band a global initiative aiming to raise awareness of the UN sustainable development goals. But we're going to start in Miami beach by crossing to Monaco's coach editor Kiala fresh from exploring the halls of the fair. Kiara track down. I Joe Joe. Mattis head of ultra high net worth America's at UBS Global Wealth Management Kiara began by asking John about the headlines of that recent investor watch research pace ace and which if any of the key findings most surprised him. Great to be with you today and the I think there's there's three really headlines that really stuck out to Semaine number. One younger generation is by more art. Are millennials and younger next-gen are more active buyers than we probably realized which is a good thing number. Two women are buying more art and actually spending more money than their male counterpart art and so it's a different perspective than what many of us had and we can come back to that and the third thing is sustainability for real came out loud and clear in the surveys all the different age groups by the way but primarily in the millennial section where reduction of carbon footprint more sustainable ways to ship and managed canister galleries or manage their collections. It's real it's not like a small percentage is the vast majority will pay actually more money to have it Managed in a more more sustainable way so I think those are the three big findings that you know we. We weren't sure we would see that kind of data but it came out loud and clear on this latest survey. It's very interesting using you. Mentioned the idea of sustainability obviously has kind of sweeping through every single industry. I think a lot of people when they think about the market perhaps forget that there's a huge kind of -gistically Michael Parts to the art market lower than that sustainability plays a huge bottomless as well. So can you expand a little bit on this What are the kind of the sustainability touch points in the market and what were the specific findings around the idea of sustainability in the market? How many people are willing to go the extra mile? Oh to compensate for this idea. That's a good question that I think will really dig in deeper the next time but certainly it's a lot of it's around transportation shipping packaging. You know are there better smarter ways to do it. And if they call more guess what the survey says that the collectors will pay more for it and so maybe dealers. Need you think of new more innovative more sustainable ways to do that. The other thing is just managing their own collections. It's I think it's important to think. Is there a better way for them the do it and should they have more consultants help them think of a way to leave less of a footprint with their own collections than what they currently have. I think we're GONNA learn more and more about this because because I my guess is if we asked this question three years ago it wouldn't even come up on the survey but that's a good thing that I think that's a really good thing right. I think the whole awareness of sustainability is really coming into focus. And it's going to it in everyone's going to have to participate from large corporations to the galleries till UBS who has an amazing collection and then how we transported and ship it and showcase it and manage it. There's got to be different ways. We can do it where we can have a better effect or better lasting effect on this planet millennials are really interested interested in. This am not surprised by that right I think millennials will be larger and larger percentage of purchases of art in the future. And so we're GONNA see new ways to have a sustainable impact on collections. And so they're willing to pay more. They're saying that they'll do so. And it's the up and coming. The hires that are telling us is so You know I don't know if we have all the details pushed out on this yet but I but I suspect in our next report. We're going to see some interesting findings findings on this th. This is a trend. That's not GonNa go away. I mean I think we're starting to see you know if you think of a visual of a wave this is the beginning of the wave in the way you can't stop it's GonNa continue to build and I think it's a good thing it's just exciting for us to see. This is actually a good development for the planet. The other issue spotlighted was that female collectors appear to be making headlines in the report as well as some of the biggest spenders in the market. What do you think that tells us about buying habits and again was it surprising? And why was it surprising. I'm not sure if it was surprising. But it's good to see you know there's a couple of trends ends that are definitely happening is women are becoming wealthier. Their wealth for women is growing faster than wealth for bed and And so this is going to manifest. NFS itself and a lot of different ways. And I think art is just one of them and so I wasn't surprised to see Women actually that we surveyed actually or the high spenders are spending spending more money on large pieces of art or more expensive pieces than than men counterparts in general speaking I think that will accelerate. I think it just because of the wealth trends that are happening today that will continue to accelerate the other thing is their collections or more diverse. You may say well. That's kind of common sense but not not necessarily but their collections are much much more diverse and they also have you know they have a much different view in terms of where they want to leave their collections. They've feel very good about you. Know giving it to to an institution or museum or when they don't have access to it to give more people access to their their collections which is different than maybe some of the you know old families that keep art hidden in their house for their whole lives and all of a sudden it becomes out in the public when someone dies I I think what we see in the survey is that at least with women collectors. There's there are more open to saying scrape peace. Let's make sure everybody gets a chance to see it. It's very interesting and this leads us to another important part of the survey which is your analysis of the importance that museums have in a decisions collectors. Make and we're here at enough. Where kind of the commercial side of the market? Okay comes to the full. But actually collectors find going to museums in the role of museums. Very important in shaping their decisions as a to what they will be collecting again. Perhaps this is not quite so surprising but did you think the percentages would be quite so high in terms of what influences collectors made it recissions. Asians I think from the aspect of museums. Think about it's certainly educational right. It's usually the first way for young investors to get you know. Find their interest in their passion on what they like. So it's educational it's cultural I think that's what the museums bring but very clearly in the survey A most of the purchases happing at fairs like this and galleries. And so it's like you grow up in you learned from the museum side of it but you've you know where where to go to to make your purchases in it's the cycle and then you give back to the museums at the end to make sure that people have public access to the art. You you mentioned the side of the report. Which is the preferences for collectors of for them to buy as you mentioned buying directly from dealers from galleries at Fez like this is the preferred choice? There are also other choices. Have you seen these preferences shift over the years. Do you think they will shift. Do you think for example. The impact of online buying will be felt more strongly in the future or where is the balance going to be actually surprise fries that the online piece hasn't grown faster over the last couple of years and I think that's because order so personal right. It's it's emotional emotional. It's something you almost have to touch and feel and for example at this art fair Basel Miami Beach this year. You know people will send me. They'll take a picture. Sure and text it over to me and say what do you think about this piece. It's like it's impossible to tell looking at it. You know a text message or a photograph on it and so I think that's why you haven't seen gene online purchases accelerate right now around ten percent. My guess is next year. They'll be around twelve percent. I don't know And so I don't know if that's going to change I do feel that art fairs ears are the way to really have an opportunity to see many different options right. You go to galleries many galleries. You know they have one or two different types of maybe artist I or or the galleries present similar types of works having obtained come to a fair you. You'd have you know the opportunity just to see optionality and in many times our clients come to this fair and they come expecting the maybe purchase one thing but they leave purchasing something completely different because it struck them when they were here. It's something hit him emotionally. I think that's that's why I think that number's always going to remain very high. And I don't see that changing anytime soon. Eh Joe Matthews.

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"miami beach" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"miami beach" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Uh-huh kid for womankind you're still asleep. Should take off your bank. Didn't touch and I love the Wii they come up. Uh Wake up wake up and make love with me by injury. That is one of my favorite songs. Injury can do little wrong A new Listening to the molecule weekly next up it's Humphrey Ocean London's.

"miami beach" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

01:38 min | 7 months ago

"miami beach" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Hello and welcome to the monocle. Weekly here on monocle. Twenty four with me Robert Pounds Guston match Larry on today's show. We'll be meeting musician and composer composer Yann tears and to hear more about his latest studio album that revisits his back catalogue and offers new songs to then. We'll be discussing perspective with artists enroll. A commission had a mission Humphrey Ocean as his monograph kits archie bookshelves are more on the subject of our. We'll be hearing from Monaco. Coach Kiara Ramallah. WHO's bringing us a special report from Ah Basel in Miami Beach Thank you? That's all coming up plus Monica slander. Augusta we'll be looking ahead to next week's news. Enjoy some fine music to right here on the monocle. Weekly on monocle twenty four. Oh wonderful spending Sunday at noon with you once again. How's your pain and navigate? So does it night. I've had a lovely week of had a had a pre Christmas social gear up week. Okay good done. I saw your eyes start. Shining of Christmas is great. It's the most wonderful time of the year. I went to see fat white family Wednesday at Earth in London's Hackney Acne Kabu boom. I recommend fairy. That's a fairly Larry proposition with people that don't know the band fat white family rename sometimes in an ironic wake monocle members of staff. The flat white family flatware tried to get them in procession. If we rename the flat white family get played on the radio setting avocado on toast at.

"miami beach" Discussed on National Trust Podcast

National Trust Podcast

11:32 min | 8 months ago

"miami beach" Discussed on National Trust Podcast

"In the last episode. I reconnected with one of my favorite walks cardinal valley in the shop to hills while talking to the locals. I can't tell you about a part of the property that I've never been to. We're prepared to his Miami Beach Today on with Jodi. He's one of the Miami Beach Regulars Huby keeping me safe as I dive headfirst into the wonderful world while swimming in the currently protecting my modest. Stay with a huge each tile. As I change it into this. There'd be tight wetsuit so Jodi no sound. There's no waves and unfortunately bikini-clad bts so. Why is this place surface Miami beach? It doesn't like it now but in summer at the crowds saddens with their parasols allies and a beach towels. And all you can smell it sometime and cream on. This place is heaving dislike Miami beach unlike the real Miami beach this season man-made reservoir but it looks very not true. We've got a rocky key slight down to the water. We've got a water. Tower makes it look quite atmospheric and we're surrounded by trees SA- great spot to meet up with people will when I first started looking into the story of Miami Beach One of the first people I met wish to make Robbie it's her story that really inspired me to answer corn experience Miami Beach Myself. My Name's Joe Smith crabby an. I'm awhile swimmer. I live in Ludlow and I live with my cats. The first time am I ever went to Kadima was in winter. That wasn't moon but we couldn't see it That was very cloudy and the woke up there was very very dark. And as we got to the top of the stones climb up by the side of the reservoir apron. The moon came out from behind a cloud. An glittered littered on the water and it was very magical moment role standing on the edge intrepid and a little bit get and just looking at this beautiful body of water surrounded by hills. We will have stress S.'s in our lives and what with running my own business for a long time as a medical editor and being in a marriage with a husband with a very stressful job. It was sometimes very difficult to switch off because I ran my own business. There were lots of different demands to balance. I was doing my home projects and also organizing projects for the people who is trying to look ahead to find new projects for the business and because I was working from home as well it meant that the different stresses between the business and my home life was something that it was useful to be able to get away from. I've always region since I was about seven and I found it very good way to clear my head if I'm out on a horse that I'm concentrating and what I'm doing with the holes feeling as if I was out out on my own also with another soul with me while some looking around the scenery I feel as if my brain is working out things when you've got away from the stable and you get out on CNN open country and you get that kind of feeling of sorts of excitement but you can feel horse kind of gathering up onto you but was wrapping up revving itself up. It gave a whole six head and you just let it go. It feels as if you're flying. It's an amazing experience at that point absolutely no opportunities big by troubles when I come back from a ride I find that I've sought it a lot of things out. The word puzzles before I left it was early March. It's been a beautiful day but it was very very cold just doing some drove els and all of a sudden he started to buck but I managed to stay on the first time we went to a few more steps. He bumped a few more China's a managed to stay on the second time around the next corner and he then bucks the game and I knew I wasn't going to stay on. I managed to hold on for a little while and then I felt myself. Losing losing my seat on flying through through the APP is I hit the ground. I heard the pop and I felt the pain and I landed on my right shoulder my right hip and I let him field. The Arab roots came and took me off Dungy Half Hospital. They agreed that I'd break my collarbone. I didn't feel as if I had done any real damage. I felt that I'd lost a lot of confidence by the accident. Felt as if life was closing in bed I began to think that maybe I wouldn't ride again and I felt the loss of that exit. Waste been such a big release for me. I've sent to a physio who suggested that I went to the pool is path by physio. I didn't didn't really like it. I didn't like the chlorine it didn't feel clean somehow. One day I went to the physio and he said had I been to the pool that week and I said said yes and he said really Because you'll be according shoulder doesn't seem to improve the toll this week and has been an. I said now I haven't been I didn't I kit. I had no excuse. I should find myself a river and governed swimming that when I first went the river log I I was quite nervous. The watch was quite deep. Got Into the water and I swam. Stain is beautiful absolutely absolutely beautiful. The water was clean and clear and fresh alike. The feeling we're on my skin. It was called. It's very very cold evening. Probably the beginning of June the bishops revise swam in had kingfisher's now herons. I could see trout. Fellow beautiful smells from and little plants by the water. The Sun was coming through the trees and I absolutely loved it. My swimming began. Fill the same space as the Horse Riding. Had for me because it was a way of getting away from life. I found myself away from my phone away from my desk away from family problems away from the things that were inside my head really. There's a rhythm to swimming in the same way as as a rhythm to hold writing this the rhythm of your strokes this the rhythm of the water going for where. That's the feeling that you'll passing through a landscape. I love that feeling of being the frogs I view but slowly I began to think. Oh I wonder if other people that do this so we set up a group which would plan to swim all year where it didn't matter what you were you were in a wet suit or a swimsuit or no suit with. You swam in the dark or whether he swam when it was raining whether we swam in the snow. And we've done all these things and not became the Shropshire while swimmers and dippers. I'm one of the things that I've you've done for. Several years is to run a winter. Swim Group at Kadima Valley in the reservoir and sometimes we have up to twenty people coming to dissimilar Sunday morning for swimmers. We see as a safe place to swim in winter. It's always the same depth. It's always cold. We have equaled the changing room which is a tree that we hang our clothes on. We've swum in the depths of winter when there's been get an inch of ice we've taken hammers and ice axes up broken the ice three swimming swimming and running the group. I've met amazing people lots of people. I would never have come across in my normal walk of life people. I would never have the opportunity to teach. No it's now October. The temperature of the will I've been told is eleven degrees. So why on Earth Are we going to be getting into the water. So there's some really relaxing about getting in the cold water and at this time of it doesn't resemble Miami Beach it's really quiet. It's peaceful and we're surrounded by the trees blowing in the wind. Think you're really going to enjoy it. I'm going to take your word for it and give it a guy you'll save me won't you. This is my very first time doing any kind of wild swimming. So what are your top tape. Two things I should should've helpful. We should make sure that you're with people who can help you. Do get into difficulty if you'll somewhere with current or tide you need to plan your swim your exit exit points. Make sure you know that you can get out. You should get and gradually let your body acclimatize cold water will naturally make you gasp for air. So it's important that that you've got your head above the water while that's happening wouldn't show breathing's regulated. You can start to swim. Make sure you have some warm clothes on hand. If you do feel cold tired in the water then he should get out. Get warm and hot drink right now so we guy let's do it from top stack back just walking task. Oh I am saying I wanted to do that through my facebook. Wow the fresh not saying I'm getting it. When it hits the parts of me that little bit more sensitive to the cold I think the swearing is going to continue? Don't do it does seem a little bit mat to be in a freezing cold reservoir. So we're on earth. Many Games went on a yogurt treat holiday and I enjoyed enjoyed swimming in the sea and talk to a likely when I get back. And that's when I found the shop Scher Waltzing missing convict this facebook group. It's kind of social change to get together with other crazy like people charge. Nothing enjoyed swimming in straight lines and having the whole around tax. It just doesn't appeal for me. I cannot sue save Y.. You would when in the Wolfpack you kind of forget all the other stuff that's going on in your life because all you're thinking about is breathe up and move and feel the Watergate game a sounds around Jay. I can imagine it is really peaceful definitely a good way to go away. From the stresses of a multi escape pullover. Feel like I've acclimatized. How far we we can get? Let's say.

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"miami beach" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"miami beach" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Miami Beach ABC news I'm Todd at a day after protests and counter protests centered around a white nationalist rally in front of the. White House DC police chief Peter, Newsham says the city was well equipped when Dennis demonstrators and counter protesters. Rallied Sunday an event like this has a high probability of injury and possibility of even death as we saw in Charlottesville just one. Year ago no one was injured today in the district, of Columbia and nobody. Was killed DC. Mayor Mariel bowser is expressing Hurley if that there are no. Injuries reported we think we were largely successful and making sure that those first amendment activities were able to happen and we maintain peace and order in, our city or there were several. Tense moments Sunday with police essentially shielding the twenty or so and white nationalist demonstrators from several. Thousand, protesters well new calls for tighter gun laws ahead of, mid-term elections Emma Gonzalez and other survivors. Of Florida high school massacre earlier this year ending their fifty cities summer Bus tour and Newtown Connecticut Sunday parents. Ask what did you learn in school today and the best we can come up with is I learned corner of the room to. Run too I don't think any of that will be, on the SAT they. Were joined by. People impacted by the twenty twelve sandy hook school shooting in. The city Trump administration officials say they're exploring a legal options to deal with former staffer Omarosa manigault Newman a secret recordings in the White House are, servicing as Omarosa promotes her new. Book.

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"miami beach" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"miami beach" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"Godmother griselda blanco and she does the same similar as far as when shorts from new york to miami lt los angeles and i was wondering in the heyday of utada miami encounter any he kinda cocaine cowboy craziness for example or the other venues that were happening in miami i did keep mine miami was very different animal when i was in miami mad because it was before the emergence of south miami beach as we know it today i was in miami and the early to mid eighties and back then there had been something called the mario boatlift where fidel castro emptied his prisons in jails and took all those people and put them on boats it settled in miami so south beach not go to pit bull concert you'd get raped that's what was happening emptied out his prison and essentially got rid of the worst of the worst right yes south florida at that time my father told me he wouldn't go anywhere without packing heat you know it's just how it was exactly right that's how it was back then so there are other parts of miami where he could have a good time coconut grove was where a lot of the nightlife was back then but there was there was no place you want to go and south by a beach unless you're a drug dealer okay right on want to take up too much time here on to get another caller and if that's possible but if you would take me out with the african tribal style and machine gun fire i would really appreciate that you bet i will i'm sure i will here you go come on.

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"miami beach" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"miami beach" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Hi i'm looking for kevin hey this is hi kevin my name is retail fontana and i'm calling from the casting department of jersey shore miami beach how you doing today i am good how would you you recently submitted a tape to be on this show correct yeah you love your video so tell me about what you expect it to accomplish you know i i've been a fan of the show isn't they won and look at these these guys on here and i'm like enough nothing i think you know i'm a bigger star than the situation of polly d or even snooky is so really cables knicks reality celebrity i know i'm the next reality star i got with you know get on tv yet you have a nice body i noticed you very toned you like that six pack i guess i got a twelve pack fantastic then you've heard of jersey shore miami beach they went down there for this season right there they're shooting in miami beach right now no that's mtv's jersey shore this is a gal network we're not tv network it's the gay and lesbian entertainment television tv how'd you get the tape i didn't send my tape no dale network a friend of mine paseo tape and said that you might be better suited for this show as opposed to mtv's jersey shore what if it's show like is it if the jersey shore it's a gay jersey shore when the lights go down in miami the party began.

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"miami beach" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"miami beach" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Hi i'm looking for kevin hey hey kevin monuments retail fontana and i'm calling from the casting department of jersey shore miami beach how you doing today are hand good how are you you recently submitted a tape to be on this show correct yeah you and love your video awesome so tell me about what you expected to accomplish well you know i the show if they won and you know these these guys on here and i'm like nothing i could you know i'm a bigger star than the of poly d or even snooky is so really cable knits reality celebrity i know i'm the next reality star i gotta do it you know get on tv yeah you have a nice body i noticed very toned you like that six pack i guess i got a twelve pack fantastic then you've heard of jersey shore miami beach they went down there for the season right there there she in miami beach right now no that's mtv's jersey shore this is the gal network we're not mtv network it's the gay and lesbian entertainment television i m tv how'd you guys get the tape i didn't send my tape no dale network a friend of mine paseo tape and said that you might be better suited for this show as opposed to mtv's jersey shore what what if a show like if if the jersey shore it's a gay jersey shore when the lights go down in miami the party.

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"miami beach" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"miami beach" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Moving what makes miami beach honorable while the miami beach is a barrier island not unlike the outer banks or galveston texas or you know moves many barrier islands around on the east coast and on the gulf coast so that's one thing it's low lying fits elevation is 456 feet mad max but the real problem with miami that makes a different than a lot of other places is that is built on this sort of porous limestone the particular kind of lives onslaught is full of holes and so what that means is that you can't build see walls in the traditional sense around a miami beach in new york and in boston and of course in the netherlands there's lots of sea walls in that they can be an effective if problematic way of keeping water back for a while but in miami that's not really possible because of this porous limestone which means the sea water can just go right underneath a wall and just pop up on the other side and this has complications not just for kind of protection of the place but also because as that sea water rises and begins to seep underneath it gets into the freshwater drinking aquifer which is very chateaux in my army and so there's going to be a vectors is already problems with the sound as asian of drinking water so there's going to be a problem with drinking water in the very near term also what's governor rick scott s position the florida governor on climate change rick scott is you know um a pioneering climate denier rick scott has unofficially kind of prohibited government employees from using the phrase climate change in any kind of government communication i mean he's the sort of prototype for what we're seeing in the trump administration with up administrator scott pruitt and others who are basically just trying to deny that this is a problem and it's a particular disservice in florida because florida is you know so obviously at risk as i like he's the governor of oklahoma or something uh where you know sea level rise is not going to be a problem in florida fits direct risk not only to people's lives with flooding but also due to the economic future of the state if you're just joining us my guest is jeff the gal he's a contributing editor at rolling stone magazine an author of the new book the water.

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"miami beach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"miami beach" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"A temple student in miami beach is justified kyw christon joe handsome reports cellphone video captured the entire seen 22yearold carrian high haifa is being questioned by miami beach police when she seventy takes off striking an officer in the path of a car the officer who fired his gun is now on administrative leave the investigation continues the use of force policy for miami beach has police can shoot at a moving vehicle only where there is a public safety threat like ramming attack philadelphia's guidelines allow cops to shoot at moving carts when a suspect is firing from it but otherwise prohibits comes from discharging their weapons florida law justifies deadly use of force when a person suspected of committing a felony like hitting a police officer fleas from cox pennsylvania's law is similar miami dade police in state prosecutors are now looking into the case kristen johanson kyw news radio kyw news time 1204 six now the eyewitness weather fiveday forecast and with a new storm system working its way into the delaware valley we've got about a thirty six hour window left here of some relatively unsettled weather so i would suggest keeping an umbrella ready to go simply because even other scattered showers they could produce some locally heavy downpours within them daytime highs hit mid70s and later on tonight will drop down to 61 against still with some showers around and tomorrow the wet weather begins to rotate away i think the morning drive could still easily be impacted with against scattered showers but those do start to taper with time generally from north to south the high hitting only sixty five so it's a lot cooler and actually more seasonable a few spotty showers are still in our forecast on friday but it bitch in by comparison a drier day up to sixty nine and maybe there's leftover shower come saturday morning but for the most part i think we do brighten up and see sunny skies as of saturday progress has all the way to seventy nine degrees sunday looks just beautiful but it's taken right out of summer time without high of 83 degrees and sunshine with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger on kyw newsradio cloudy sky and 74 going up to 75 with rain kyw news time 1204 seven what's the best thing about four football pumpkins snuggling on the sofa how 'bout hutchinson's heater gieco just fifty five fifty five i still say it.

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"miami beach" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"miami beach" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Work four minutes after the hour on the michael medved show talking about the tattoo explosion moan say a pedantic because that is judge mental but it does feel like that doesn't it i one of the things that has changed i think in as things have gone along i am and a your strength by this i i live in seattle where i know there are lots and lots of people have tattoos and u k's i see them with the face and things of that nature but it's never that warm up here right i mean even in the summertime will get a few warm sunny days not so much right at the mall and by the way because it's kind of rainy and damp and dank but um i suspected that there are reasons at miami beach honolulu los angeles those are top cities for tattoos because people can expose a lot of the the area where they would place the tattoos in any event once upon a time i actually believe that people who were less happy with their own bodies would often get tattoos but that's not true any any more a you will see i mean top athletes who have meant magnificent bodies covered with tattoos the the fighter who who just in mixed martialarts fighter who just fought mayweather lost he he was covered with tattoos and and again you will see beautiful women angelina jolie apparently as heavily tattooed though she covers it up for her movie roles what exactly is the point let's go to a mona in cleveland mona you're on the michael medved show look recover michael thank.

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"miami beach" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"miami beach" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The colmes memorial foundation back to our top story florida residents hunkering down as i of hurricane armor makes its way over key west as a categoryfour storm cnn to kion la is on miami beach where hurricaneforce winds are roaring in okay on the ground splitting it and beach at an open don't miami beach one morning closest monitoring nine miles per hour saying that you call 911 here he just you the area was under mandatory evacuation you can't you could barely walk but.

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"miami beach" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"miami beach" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Florida and connected by little strips of lad as you go north for miami beach it hooks up to the entire main body of the lad but miami beach itself is only the southern part of this barrier ryland as you go farther south farther north there are other small communities serve sided sunny isles beach in a bunch of the others so people your that the mayor of miami beach resorting to some people under the impression that all of miami as being told the clear out no this has nothing to do with the actual city of miami at the city of miami beach and that's only the southern part however some of the mayors in the smaller coming in the other communities that are north on miami beach hurry courage as well people to leave the hotel operators say that they're intent is to try to keep their facilities open for the people who cannot leave also a number of these hotels there they of longterm residents who you know they're planning to stay there for the next month some of them have some of them the hotels are park condo people are there permanently to put this in perspective miami beach is three feet above sea level obviously right at the point of the water you're at sea level but where most of the buildings are it's generally about three feet above the storm surges anywhere between ten and twenty feet you see the potential here for mass chaos in miami beach also paul sent me this thing i and cranes always comment on humbly it's now possible there are more cranes in milwaukee that in miami than in miami beach boys yet what would you vote we have somebody crates radio but would you go to my abusers and just and so much construction of high rises notches the miami beach but of the city of miami all these buildings the keep going up and up and up and up at up and up they evident vice refer anybody who is near a trade crayons are unsecured you can't snap ricky you can't be each facet he had the top arm.

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