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Hospitals overwhelmed as U.S. sees record new COVID-19 cases
"The coronavirus in this country fronton center in this election, the virus tonight pushing hospitals in some places in this country to the brink, the average of new cases. Now, approaching seventy thousand a day in the US that's the highest yet. And this graph tonight showing cases over time we're now at a third peak moving even higher Friday and Saturday set a record forty, eight hours more than one hundred, sixty, five, thousand new cases in those days alone. This evening more than two hundred, twenty, five, thousand lives have been lost El. Paso Texas with a record breaking number of cases extra beds now intense outside University Medical Center Utah fearing the patient load could lead to prioritizing who gets care I police in Albuquerque cracking down on mass gatherings as cases rise again in New Mexico and there is news tonight on that eighteen-year-old in Ohio College Freshman among the latest to die because of the virus. Here's ABC's Marcus for tonight. Tonight fears of colder weather and more time indoors fueling the spread of the virus. Now, a reality, the country marking the highest number of new cases in a forty eight hour period since pandemic began hospitals in. El. Paso Texas are at capacity medical teams scrambling to airlift critically ill patients to nearby cities and these search tents put to house the staggering influx of covid patients a fairness this. So we realized that this is the unexpected. This is something that we've not had to do before the city urging residents to stay home for two weeks to stop the spread. By next Wednesday we're going to need another two hundred plus. Hospital Rooms, Utah hospitals warning they could soon be forced to ration ICU beds and prioritize younger patients I did not see we were ever going to get to a point where we were going to deny people cater in the ICU age or how sick they are. If that's starting to happen already, we have many many weeks of this surge to go I. AM starting to get concerned that we may get into trouble hospitalizations, hitting records in sixteen states last week death. Now rising in twenty-seven, no corner of the country spared Ohio saw record number of cases over the weekend. But Ohio State football fans spotted crowding together without masks would. Psalm defined. Today officials begging the public to keep wearing masks even when they're uncomfortable. What else is uncomfortable? Being debated. Sheena. Loved one on a ventilator. Dr Anthony Fauci saying maybe a national mandate is needed if people are not wearing masks, then maybe we should be mandating it and tonight in Illinois they are mourning the loss of college freshman. Michael. Lang. who was taking classes remotely the eighteen year old passing away after complications from the virus.
Hospitals overwhelmed as U.S. sees record new COVID-19 cases
"The coronavirus in this country fronton center in this election, the virus tonight pushing hospitals in some places in this country to the brink, the average of new cases. Now, approaching seventy thousand a day in the US that's the highest yet. And this graph tonight showing cases over time we're now at a third peak moving even higher Friday and Saturday set a record forty, eight hours more than one hundred, sixty, five, thousand new cases in those days alone. This evening more than two hundred, twenty, five, thousand lives have been lost El. Paso Texas with a record breaking number of cases extra beds now intense outside University Medical Center Utah fearing the patient load could lead to prioritizing who gets care I police in Albuquerque cracking down on mass gatherings as cases rise again in New Mexico and there is news tonight on that eighteen-year-old in Ohio College Freshman among the latest to die because of the virus. Here's ABC's Marcus for tonight. Tonight fears of colder weather and more time indoors fueling the spread of the virus. Now, a reality, the country marking the highest number of new cases in a forty eight hour period since pandemic began hospitals in. El. Paso Texas are at capacity medical teams scrambling to airlift critically ill patients to nearby cities and these search tents put to house the staggering influx of covid patients a fairness this. So we realized that this is the unexpected. This is something that we've not had to do before the city urging residents to stay home for two weeks to stop the spread. By next Wednesday we're going to need another two hundred plus. Hospital Rooms, Utah hospitals warning they could soon be forced to ration ICU beds and prioritize younger patients I did not see we were ever going to get to a point where we were going to deny people cater in the ICU age or how sick they are. If that's starting to happen already, we have many many weeks of this surge to go I. AM starting to get concerned that we may get into trouble hospitalizations, hitting records in sixteen states last week death. Now rising in twenty-seven, no corner of the country spared Ohio saw record number of cases over the weekend. But Ohio State football fans spotted crowding together without masks would. Psalm defined. Today officials begging the public to keep wearing masks even when they're uncomfortable. What else is uncomfortable? Being debated. Sheena. Loved one on a ventilator. Dr Anthony Fauci saying maybe a national mandate is needed if people are not wearing masks, then maybe we should be mandating it and tonight in Illinois they are mourning the loss of college freshman. Michael. Lang. who was taking classes remotely the eighteen year old passing away after complications from the
University of Dayton student passed away due to complications from COVID-19
"Of Dayton, has died from Corona virus complications. The school says. Illinois native Michael Lang died yesterday He was in the hospital for quite a while in school President Eric Spike Spina said in a letter to the school that the school is keeping Lane's family and friends in their thoughts and prayers, laying left school to go home and continue his studies in mid September.
"michael lang" Discussed on talkin' 'bout Our Generation
"What was amazing to me about my conversation with Michael Lang was that it? It took me back to when I was fifteen years old and I was stuck on the New York state threw away trying to get to woodstock and then a year later seeing the movie and how important that sense of community was to me that was created by Michael. He's one of my personal heroes and here I am. All these years later talking with them. So. Thank you Michael. Before. We close I wanted to give a shout out to Rob Wilson our director who has worked tirelessly to make this podcast something incredibly special and most importantly interesting to listen to thank you rob. As always. We would love to hear what you think about this or any other subject affecting our generation, send us your audio recording, and we'll try to work it into a future podcast episode. Go to our website www talkin bout our generation dot com, and go to the share page for instructions on how to be a part of the conversation. Before we close I wanted to give a shout out to Rob Wilson our director who has worked tirelessly to make this podcast something incredibly special and most importantly interesting to listen to thank you rob I. also want to thank my very talented old friend Bill Aldridge for giving us our theme. Music. In honor of Michael's original dream to end woodstock with Roy Rogers singing happy trails. We wanted to end this episode with that epic Song of our.
"michael lang" Discussed on talkin' 'bout Our Generation
"Was was. Very. Much a part of New York music. And So it was in my blood and criminal time as well. So. Carlos Santana. Dream. In. When we book the asset that was my. One of my favorite things was doing the booking. And With A. Lot of came. The exit hadn't been seen yet. or hadn't been heard from it Joe Cocker was one. denny. Cordell. Who? PRODUCED ALBUM IS A FRIEND OF ARTS And sent audiotape and already sent to means you what do you think but it was a black. Losing that it was this crazy. Another big bargain fifteen hundred bucks. And crosby stills Nash John was in Hectic Morales his office at William Morris and David Geffen came in test. Said you guys got here this. He put it on. We completely away immunity with him on the spot per. Ten thousand dollars. Wow. And You know for a new act observant they knew the. Gigantic. I was a big fan of the Springfield and birds, and so this was just an exception. tastic. So things like that were always very exciting. So one word started getting around about this festival with the music community were. Pounding Down Your door trying to get on stage once we. As you said, who is I was. Looking these superstars. and. What I figured out early on was to book three. Pay Them with they asked get credibility. And that's what I did. I. Think it was the airplane can't he? Credence SCHRUDEM SMART. And then you know it became real. Everything sort of a lot of things happened right We had a PR firm called Roy took and they got with completely and they set up this kind of connection with all the college and underground press around the country to bring everybody into the the planning of it in. The part of this thing as it grew and it worked amazingly well, I was like as good or better than the Obama. When they when they took over social media because the first ones to really do that and use it effectively. And I remember that whole thing about you know all the local free news weekly newspapers and all that that were going around and how there would be these. Little. Ads are blurbs about the event and you know the word of mouth was. Incredible almost like the. Social media today travelled so fast and it was a club called the seed. Zone. By Steve. Paul. Stevens, but he even managed Johnny Winter and a few other acts. And it was my god Johnny Winter that's a name I haven't heard an agent. Okay. And I went down to the club one night and it was Z. Club. It was where everybody was jam Hendrix, everybody who's anybody was in deadman into. Much Jam and China now is on the bill. Didn't go there to see show now but they were one of the accents playing that night. After the set just. Struck me. This is a great little tip of the hat rock and roll right backstage offered Gig. which they look that over and accepted and two days later I heard from somebody in. LA I. Heard you. Shannon up. It was just the word of math was was. Definitely alive and well, right when you were planning all this for the three days, you've got this amazing variety of musicians. There were so many different types of music from Shana to Joan. Baez I mean you. Like almost polar opposites. So was that part of your plan or did it just kind of happened naturally? Did it just unfold that way that was part of the plan? And they were all. Connected to the counterculture. And in all very involved in the same things that we were all involved in. It wasn't like the rock bands weren't involved. In the war wasn't like. Acts. VOL, equally. Really. What was Part of the culture shock was. I called it a music and art fair because it was really something was. Hopefully, going to celebrate all the arts in the counterculture. Sculptors we had a good deal that when we had to move, we lost some of it, but we had a good deal of that anyway So it was really a celebration of all the arts and everything to do with the culture. We had this thing called movement city. Which is where we let all the political groups set up their information listen end up there there. Yeah. Whatever the information listen. Interesting. Thing. was that after the first day they had all abandoned their posts because you're it was we didn't have anybody it was happening. But I guess I you know musically, it was really I was just like everybody else. Was the Those vans that we love events. that. We felt needed to be there. And they? Used to be. With the exception of the WHO And John Morris. Spent. I think. Until six o'clock in the morning trying to convince. Them To. Play. gave up six o'clock mornings at okay. I'll play they wanted to get back home. They were not I didn't they want because at the end of a long tour counterculture hippies were not part of their world. You know they were from different culture in just about rock and roll not about any of this stuff. So tonight was just you know gotta stay two weeks to play this so. But that was the only act I. think that was really part of what was going on account. was there anyone you ever really wanted to be there that wasn't there. John Lennon. Weren't grown and. We were trying to get John. Nixon. country. War stance in all God yeah I forgot about that. Yeah. I got a letter from apple actually day that we lost our sidewalk bill. I got a letter from. Apple if you're dealing with the situation John. Could get him in but They would mock to send plastic ono band and James Taylor and Billy Preston. Would have been great to have all three of those things. Yeah. The letter until I wrote my book for two years later. Of course, you could have if it was today, you could stream John Lennon. Live. And I wanted to end the festival with Rewrite just seeing happy trails. Wow that was read we had we had all grown up with on Saturday mornings watching Roy Rogers on TV in the show always be happy trails. I thought. What a perfect way to end. Roy then you would have had to start with it's Howdy doody time or something. Okay. Yeah. No, they would have gotten it but.
"michael lang" Discussed on talkin' 'bout Our Generation
"Always had a place. Cool. I'm going to try and talk about some things that are are not the typical woodstock questions at least I. Hope Not and but I, do want to give our listeners a little bit of a background about you because you're kind of this mythological figure. Don't people have seen you in the movies you were a man of few words even back then, and so we want people to get to know you a little bit. Now I know that you're originally from Brooklyn New York you your dad was in construction you went to Nyu for psychology and business, which is an interesting. Erin Asian Yeah Yeah. Exactly. But I just I want to start right actually from home. You know going back to when you were still at home in Brooklyn and your dad was in construction it wasn't like you were in involved in the music business already, and then you went to Florida where you opened up a head shop I guess he must have been pretty young when you did that. Make I guess my third year at Nyu. Realized that it was not happening for me. was too exciting. So. I made a serious. Life decision career decision, and went to coconut Grove Dope and a head shop. So. How did that lead to music for you? Well, it was always you know attached musically to the world. You know as a kid. GROWING UP IN THE FIFTIES IN AMERICA, you're rock and roll raw. So music was always a part of my life and I was a drummer when I was a kid in a band. So so was it was always something that that. I included in whatever I was doing when I opened the shop in the Grove I started producing kind of free concerts in the local parks in bringing local grew local bands through. Beings were happening and things like that. And so we did lie. So those kinds of things and then. In nineteen sixty eight for Enrico Ovarian. Myself were sitting around talking about Monterey Pop. And thought that be cool to do in. MIAMI. So to the Miami pop. Festival. Do Do. You think you know I was just thinking about the some of the people that you had. At the Miami pop festival like for example, Jimi Hendrix. Do you think it was because of the time that it was easy for you for example, to reach out to these people and get them to come imply because I can't even. Imagine something like that like somebody who's like in their early twenties or whatever you were then reaching out to fairly well known band and saying, Hey, would you come and play? Fazal. Do you know what I'm saying? Yeah I mean. Probably didn't know any better but but you know I went I flew to New York and. Meghan Hector Morales who worked for William Morris. And, we became friends quickly and and he really helped me put together to the billing. You know it just it didn't occur to me that you couldn't. So. Yeah which is like a youthful thing. You know we we just do these things and don't think too much about whether or not it's going to. Like we do. Now we get on the rock of. He'll be happening to me frankly so. So well, that's great and I'm sure like the fact that what you were learning the things that you chose to study at Nyu when you were there. You already had this aptitude for that kind of like business, the psychology of business. First of all, because a lot of it is psychology especially being successful at it, but you really dare to dream big and I don't think most young people even today do that. But you really it's like when I've talked to Henry dilts, for example, Carol Green they talk about this shining star being above you. And how things just came together with you and that you always kept your cool I mean, how did you do that What do you think about that shining? I'm glad it was back. I tend to deal with stress well. I don't really internalize it. Pretty much. The weird things get calmer get. It is just a made I don't know where it comes from. But it's it's it's definitely served me well. And I think the people around me to a degree. Probably could not to question. Just let it be. I had read this quote I think it was on Woodstock Story Dot Com, and it was something that you had said about I guess you had been going to the sound outs in. Woodstock and you said I just thought about how nice it was for someone to be sitting out under the stars in the Summer Smoking Adjoin and listening to music. I thought I wonder if something like this, but bigger could work here. So was that. That seemed like you're already thinking that way when you were in Miami like I wonder if I, could do take these small little things I'm doing in the park and make it The Miami pop festival. So you already thinking along those lines. Correct. As I said in terms of the Miami Pathak wasn't really something that grew out of those shows doing the pocket really grew out of seeing. Monterey pop I mean that really was but. With sort of. Turned a switch in my head. You know that that that was the kind of thing that that really appealed to me. Something on a bigger scale. Of the growing counterculture. So when you were laying out in that field and Woodstock and Thinking about doing an event. Did you even think big enough that maybe it would be a half million people or were you thinking and be great to do fifty thousand people here? was first of all a small field that quote. Very accurate. Right. And we just sort of. Kind of evolved my thinking about. Miami pop was in a was it a racetrack pretty, but it was a racetrack in. Just sitting out in that field in the middle of nature and. I just realized that that was really the right. Atmosphere or. Something like a large gathering to come together in a peaceful way. So. Was it part of your thinking that I know by that time? You would also met are already cornfields and that's what things started a job, right? Yes. You both were kind of on the same wavelength from the same neighborhood to I. Locks, pants right. Well, that's pretty close. You know it's interesting that back then we we did have this faith in ourselves. We kind of were this generation where there was this empowerment that came about from being physically together as well. Like things like what stock? That is to me. You have kids so you may have had very different take on it, but it seems to me that that is completely absent from the youth today I mean other than going and demonstrating for black lives matter. It's a little bit different today and I think there's this big me thing you know it's more than me generation than the we generation you know but. I remember from when I was younger that. I had this. This yearning to be with people. who were like me and that you know and I was from Buffalo and Buffalo is very working class outside of the university were almost everybody came from New York to study there. But otherwise, it was a very working class town. And I was one of the people I was only fifteen them but I got in a car with a friend and we went to go to woodstock. We never got there because we couldn't we were stuck on the freeway and were miles and miles and miles away may way too far to walk. So we ended up turning around, but there was this constant yearning in me to be with people like me and even though there was a half a million people at Woodstock. Minority..
"michael lang" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"Gives us one of our I, like events where we could meet people. At her house it was really magical, her Liba comes out this week there. It's so near that there are not even yet like reviews about it. So I was just going to tell you here's the thing what I love about Michael Lang is Mike Lynn is like look do not hang a ghost from your porch like A big spider on the window down and so she teaches you. Can southern she does not have an excellent like that, but she did we'll start. Now and so she she has like she talks about seasonal rhythms and your house. It's a great book. So we highly recommend that you and I know we're probably not the people. You don't decorate Your House decorate my house I'm me so. You don't need. Yeah. Neither of US authorities but the the thing I do like recycling I think there's a lot of people selling telling you stuff right and then you look at them and you're like wait like what you don't have any receipts why should I respect or listen what you're saying Michael has seats on decor on hosting on. Appropriate use of the word cozy like she's got all that listen and she even has because you know in our shop, we have cozy overdose. Because we love the season because so many people misuse cozy, not Michael no she actually does. She of the series on our instagram feed where she takes you shopping to like world market and she takes you to at home and says, this is how you should shop here and it's really like it's not even condescending. Here you done babies here's how you shop. Oh my gosh. Do you really need me to do this? She kind when she does really lovely by her book you back with you guys. I'm Jamie Gold and you could find me on twitter facebook and instagram at Jamie goalscorer. You can buy my new book. All things reconsidered wherever books are sold guys. Thanks for listening next time guys..
"michael lang" Discussed on Dig Into Tech
"For episode three mining through the challenges of the coronavirus we wanted to do a deep dive into the impacts of the creative virus on the mining industry. And see what positives can be taken away joining me today is. Mike reminds chief commercial officer and one and quit and chief operation officer Michael Lang and chief executive officer Andrew Batch Sir. Thank you all for having a chat with me today. And we're recording from AFA homes firstly. Let's set the scene for AL listeners. Sorry Andrew. Can you tell me about where you are right now? And how working for claim gone for you Mussa.
"michael lang" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Officer Michael Lang stores family he was gunned down at a food market in Wellston in June there's no admission fee but there will be a silent auction the games begin a two on new year's day at the Fenton ice rink it's now eight twenty six over time just around the bend thank you call doctor thank you Tom Franklin the editors and producers desk thank you Brian fell been sitting in the studio and we'll be back with more right after there's nothing small about your business that's why dell small business technology advisors are ready to give you trusted advice one on one partnerships in Taylor Texas Lucien's like computers with Intel core processors call eight seven seven by down to speak to an advisor today he's been making common sense tools for a long time and for the holidays they still are like a hundred twenty five piece mechanics tool set just ninety nine Bucks now at the home depot with pro axis ratchets that feature an arc suite of three quarters of an inch to work in spaces other ratchets came and it only ninety nine Bucks that leaves you all kinds of room in your budget husky commonsense tool since nineteen twenty four exclusively at the home depot US only valid through December thirty first see cable excuse time is eight twenty seven donate your car to good will and get four cardinals tickets just use promo code cardinals it's still time to start a new holiday tradition or you can continue you favor one of the thirty fourth annual winter Wonderland into lists park the display is still open through January second and can be enjoyed on foot by carriage or vehicle for all the details just go to KMOX dot com slash events it's a cloudy sky thirty nine degrees downtown at the arch of those clouds will stick around but have some sun this afternoon have go looking for a high of fifty one degrees Hancock in Kelly over time just this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans and we want to help your house feel more like a home with some of the lowest refinancing rates ever rates have dropped so much that many Americans can reduce their rate.
"michael lang" Discussed on MIX 104.1
"Michael Lang I heard about that in my home baby nobody was wrong the only question about when I'm driving you well you get a chance but I can't bounce which is what I to make you know the motion for real not be Bob they would get to the the ed lover morning show Chicago is supposed to be beautiful.
"michael lang" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Heads it was simply known as the pain the band performing the weight on the stage at which Michael Lang in RD corn filled.
Bonner Michael Lang, Ten Percent And Two Weeks discussed on Catt
"It took a few months longer than it should have and it looks like we're avoiding fire festival two point oh because what stocks the has officially been canceled called Bonner Michael Lang said we are saddened that a series of unforeseen setbacks has made it impossible to put on the festival we imagine would be great line up and the social engagement we were anticipating the festival was supposed to happen in just two weeks and there were still significant issues with the venue the slate performers V. I. P. ticketing and the free general admission Michael Lang also is encouraging all the artists and agents who all have fully been paid to donate ten percent of their fees to the get out the vote nonprofit head count or causes of their choice in the spirit of
"michael lang" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Four eight nine two two two but with the cancellation of Woodstock fifty nine told you know you did it would not happen once in school and we did not state New York yeah track yeah they had so many problems he could well permits listen to this the hell this is a nightmare so the organizer Michael Lang said JZ chance the rapper Carlos Santana John Fogerty they're all these people who were supposed to be playing they've already been paid even so he's encouraging all of these musicians have been paid for doing nothing to send the fees to a voter registration organization called head count right I mean can you even imagine so what how insurance no I mean this guy gets stuck all my god he should do first of all if you're going to have a Woodstock fifty anniversary revival it should be of those groups how hundred percent that still exists yeah it doesn't make any sense it doesn't are you aware of what today is would have been if he was still alive hi Jerry Garcia's birthday yes I have a very good I don't know why I said seventy seven birthday you know my wife Nancy big Grateful Dead fan she reminded me today you know Hey she had to pay tribute to Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead I said this is mainly gonna drop a tab asked me she wouldn't answer well you know Grateful Dead freaks you know it's like one fish comes into town because fish sort of took over for the Grateful Dead there from Bernie the out the caucus and the state of Vermont and you know they've got a file they do but nobody had more of a loyal following then the Grateful Dead in fact even believe it or not Al Gore who invented the internet and tipper gore we're grateful dead fans I don't know if they smoke could do as was passed around Grateful Dead for one of the the big activists about against against what was it well putting ratings I can't read the rain long time ago right her and check Terry Baker's at the time the Republican secretary of city of bush for James Baker forty one his wife and typical were United in that I remember I think it was Frank Zappa who came up to the hill yeah right scorch yes it does when I later than it was for again after that ten thousand motels way but anyway it is the birthday of Jerry Garcia and I said because I know this to be a fact I know they obviously the surviving members no longer tour but I as a Christian A. K. A. kid Warnow **** I asked him how many of the knockoff bands on hit a go around and pretend to be you know just like the Grateful Dead yeah what do you call those Vansittart tribute bands he said at least ten oh yeah oh my gosh show me what we were talking the the really well known ones really good ones that get booked to places like the paramount or you know some of the big theaters these these bad the can actually draw a crowd so they shot this is my suggestion because I always loved which that guiding go was a summer sixty nine for me was miserable people don't realize it rained all some along the Mets won the World Series which I want anyone pale myself and it was what's that and I was in a hippy dippy at the time but I saw the documentary and I love that is usually when slice Sylvester Stallone sly and the family stone got all day we did trumpets all the way from out in California I think was old town plan and I mean they just blew that crowd.
"michael lang" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Michael Lang store for members as a cop's cop during his funeral at cathedral basilica this morning like star son Caleb and daughter Libya spoke to the thousands of police officers friends and family members at cathedral basilica this afternoon it would drop anything at the drop of a dime to accommodate a friends need or want no matter how big or small our dad was the most important person in our lives he was a lot of a party and a great chef most important he was an amazing father **** store following a procession of more than an hour was buried at resurrection cemetery in south Saint Louis congresswoman Veronica Escobar of Texas was among a group of lawmakers touring customs and border patrol facilities in her own district today and described the what she said were inhumane treatment of adult and children detainees by C. B. P. agents Escobar said that the agents are being to sensitize by what they are dealing with an ID humanizing the detainees we are all humanity then we got into a very dark place and unfortunately our country into a very dark place meantime president trump told reporters that border security agents are being forced to be in the hospital business you know we're not in the hospital business when the border security business at the bottom and all of a sudden we're forced to be in the hospital business his comments came after he signed humanitarian aid package for migrants at the U. S. Mexico border the president also said there will be tanks and his salute to America independence day event stationed outside going to be pretty careful with the tanks because the roads have a tendency not to like the very heavy tax so we have to put him in certain areas the president wanted a parade of military tanks and other equipment in Washington after witnessing a similar parade in Paris and twenty seventeen that plan was eventually scuttled partly due to the cost cable X. news time five twenty four of the Vatican says it will challenge any long requiring priests to tell secular authorities about illegal activity reveal to them during confession W. W. well border Dave Cullen says legal experts expect a major fight legal analyst ten mass says this is going to be a huge showdown this is going to be World War three he sees no way the church Acqui **** as a growing number of states are demanding priest report child abuse allegations learned in confession they're going to fight this all the way to the US Supreme Court LSU constitutional law professor John Baker agrees towards a great confrontation and he says it's all could help to find the true definition of the separation of church and state in America Dave going for CBS news New Orleans our baby girl dies outside a South Carolina church an eighteen month old girl has died after being run over in a church parking lot outside Florence South Carolina police say Khloe Chandler was hit by a driver who was moving a mini van she was pronounced dead after being taken to a hospital the South Carolina highway patrol is investigating and it's unclear if any charges will be filed Jim chrysalis CBS news cable X. news time five twenty five a billionaire die vests we get more on that from CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter Warren Buffett continues to make good on his pledge to give his money away he's donating more than three and a half billion dollars worth of Berkshire Hathaway stock to five charities his fourteenth annual donation goes to the bill and Melinda gates foundation the foundation named for his late first wife and charities run by a children the latest donation push the eighty eight year olds total to thirty four and a half billion dollars Pam Coulter CBS news the omnimax theater is closing at the end of the month temporarily to upgrade its next degenerate to upgrade to I should say next generation laser technology specifically designed for dome theatres it's a major change that will bring richer and more immersive image as they say there will also be upgrades to the sound and wider seats added yeah Hey the theater will re open in late November twenty twenty four the twenty twenty Ford explorer will reportedly have new tires that are expected to repair themselves here's something else that we could say yay to these self seal tires are meant to seal ninety percent of smaller tire punctures up to a quarter of an inch they're not considered permanent repairs but they will allow you to keep going for awhile and not have to do a more dangerous tire change on the side of the road they'll be standard on the higher trims of the new explore optional one lower trims okay there's the there's the key it's side it's going to be a regular thing on some exports as I remember but remember the commercials from like fifteen twenty years ago when the lady was driving through the tunnel at fifty miles an hour range the windshield wipers are going retire goes flat she knows it but you know she doesn't have to stop because of good year the F. fifty miles right now I do not remember that my father said stop I just this whole thing Carol entire time across my going now I don't remember that's just not good I mean shook her head the whole time I was talking we are dropping whether together for you coming up at five thirty some buildings that Facebook headquarters evacuated today after eight serin scare came what's news time five and no and had from dad all right save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive gothic is a what is this is the school I off where did you get this I'm talking to you with the hair yeah where did you get this it's.
"michael lang" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The portion worry needle listener calls. I. Friday, happy birthday to Dalian Quincy. She hasn't called this a long time. She lets message on my phone. I don't know why she doesn't call the show value voice. Sounds great. She at some issues but seems better now. So give us a shout, but you did leave a message that eightieth birthday is coming up. So. View happy birthday to you. Dahlie, many happy returns back to the on and off again. What stock fifty anniversary I guess I'd like to see it happen. And here's why I'd say, okay, Michael Lang, you know what was wrong with the last one? Does seem as though these things reflect society. Like what's going on in society? Surely. The first one did. And actually, the one of the nineties kind of reflected that. Change in the nineties. It wasn't a radical change. It was. All right. And actually ninety nine in that five year span. I sided changed the music changed, and therefore the festival chains into very ugly event. Ugly hard toxic acid. So Michael Lang, he knows that. Let's see what you can do. Two things. Let's see. What our society looks like taking a look at this show. And we'll see. We'll see about you Mike Lang. You know what went wrong? You know how to fix it. For one thing, his what I think, yada giveaway the water. I don't know how much. He will spend on marketing events like that. But a lot. Why are so cheap that what you do is you, you have your logo on water and you give it away. Do it with another company. Give it away. How many bottles of water would it be a million bucks? So much cost you a bucket bottle. That's just I'm just guessing that'd be a million bucks. No big deal for a. Marketing campaign of that magnitude, you could probably tie that in with media coverage is he these bottles all over the place. It's spread goodwill. Thank you very much for the water free water. Thank you. If someone doesn't give away the water. Exchange.
"michael lang" Discussed on AP News
"Concert to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Woodstock will go on despite the loss of top investor that from Woodstock fifty co-founder Michael Lang who said they're committed to putting a quote festival deserving of its iconic name and place in American history and culture, Monday densu ages networks amplify lives that it was pulling out because it didn't think the fast could be pulled off in a way quote worthy of the Woodstock brand name while also ensuring the health and safety of the artists partners of the ten dis. It's not the first bump in the road. And the news led some to believe the event would be cancelled already ticket sales have been put on hold in some of the performers leaked to the press ahead of its announcement, laying is on the hunt for new investors and said the bottom line is there is going to be a Woodstock fiftieth anniversary festival as there must be. And it's going to be A beluga whale found wearing a tight Hanis that appeared to be Russian-Made has raised the alarm of. Norwegian officials and prompted speculation that the animal may have escaped from a Russian military facility equipment some pizzas. Berg is written on the harness strap which also features amount for a camera. Fishermen take no way last week reported the team well swimming around with some of them jumping into the frigid water to remove the harness. It wasn't immediately clear what the whale was being trained for all. Whether it was supposed to be part of any Russian military activity in the region. Russia does not have a history of using Wales for military purposes, but the Soviet Union had a full-fledged training program for dolphins which we use to such a minds and for planting explosives..
Michael Lang, Founder And Jay Z discussed on WCBS Programming
"The music festival meant to Mark the fiftieth anniversary of Woodstock might be in some kind of trouble because an Email postponing the release date for tickets has some concerned now founder Michael Lang is calling it all rumors tickets were supposed to be released tomorrow Earth Day, but that is not happening and no new date for ticket release has been announced many of the artists which include deadandcompany killers. And Jay z say they have gotten
"michael lang" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Sixty nine song. Of course written by one Joni Mitchell, Woodstock three. Woodstock three is coming in August. This year Woodstock celebrates its fiftieth anniversary in there will be an anniversary Woodstock fifty. Now. Remember somebody tried Woodstock ninety nine years ago? And it was just really really bad. This is being put on by Woodstock original co-creator, Michael Lang. Is confirmed that the three anniversary festival's coming to Watkins Glen. August sixteenth seventeenth and eighteenth Watkins, Glen. About a hundred and fifty miles away from Bethel where the original Woodstock took place. Supposedly, according to Mr. Lang, they have more than forty acts booked, but they're not going to announce who any of those performers are until tickets go on sale in February. Okay. He says it'll be an eclectic Bill some hip, hop rock. Some pop and some of the legacy bands from the original festival. Says he wants to bring Woodstock back to its roots with the activism that was a big part of the original, which we all know did not happen in the one in ninety nine. No, we want this to be more than just coming to a concert. Woodstock ninety nine was more like an MTV event than a Woodstock event. Really? It was.
"michael lang" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Coachella or gums balls at three day festival marking the fiftieth anniversary of Woodstock is happening. This summer. Attendees of this aaniversary event won't have to worry about circumstances. Like, the one that prompted Arlo Guthrie to announce in nineteen sixty nine New York state, man. Oh, man. That's because while this three day festival will feature camping the original. It'll happen far away from the original site in Bethel, New York, Michael Lang who was one of the original producers and who owns the rights to the Woodstock name announced that he's producing the event at the speedway and Watkins Glen, which has further north in the center of the state and the producer says he has booked forty bands already. He won't say who they are wins. News time five thirty nine top stories coming right up at the American veterinary medical association annual convention in Denver. We caught up with Dr Kerry Ryan pet cloning and genetic preservation expert with via in cedar park. Texas we've been working with dogs and cats for three years, we're the only company in the United States that clones dogs in the only company in the world that phones cats and we've also been cloning horses in light soccer about fifteen years. So I think this'll be here to stay. And I think as we get better and better at it. The cost will come down and people will be more and more interested in it. There's more information at eight pm et dot org. Twenty four seven. News all the time. Wins. You give us twenty two minutes. We'll give you the world. Good morning. Thirty one degrees at five forty on this Thursday, January tenth. I'm Bridget Quinn. Here's what's happening. Cops are hunting the predator who sexually attacked a twelve year old girl in the Bronx after luring her into his van our Glenn shack will be live from the SoundView section guy. Taking a shower in his upper east side apartment gets quite a shock when debris from a nearby construction. Project comes crashing through his building day twenty of the shutdown of the president heads to the border to again, make his case for a wall. And the CDC says the main lettuce scare is over flurries around this.
"michael lang" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"The set of the scene is you got stoned right before having to speak on cameras and he's Strang away from any comedic angle on the thing he says free a lot. Yeah, he's nervous about freedom. It's going to be fun. And then the cuts to like all these other people showing up and they're like, did you hear the concerts free a gimme like I'm no fan of guy gets stone and then has to hold together scenes. Come on, have fun background in comedy. It's like this is the part where you get to let loose at least try some shit. Yeah, I forgot during the scene that he was supposed to be right. There's supposed to be stoned in some capacity, but that happens other than that, I feel like they're. No other scenes in the movie, he just kind of back between these two destinations that could be like next door. They could be three miles apart. We don't know. I'm going to put it around one and a half miles. So in between those, you know what? Dad movie totally Dagblad things where they'd be like, man, we used to be cool and then two years later, they're just like people our age or finding love for the second time. But the problem is that also your dad would wanna see the music. Like we waited, here's Shannon, where are they? That's what's amazing really gripping this bit. I mean, this is a Griffin. I'm not complaining proud of you. I truly didn't know until this movie was almost over that, like imagine how disappointing you would be if you'd be like you wanna go see the Woodstock moving when used to love that stuff. Just like what's going on us as Lee fans, we read like, and he doesn't show the concert. That's kind of cool. Sounds like my kind of movie, but the only people who would enjoy this movie are the people who adore Woodstock in the mythology of it so much. And they would be so frustrated by not getting to see shot because it's not even. The Michael Lang planning Woodstock movie. It's what about the guy who ran the hotel down the road, and it's like, well, that's the least interesting conceivable take on culturally significant event imaginable. Like think of anything else that was relevant and think of that version of it where it's like the same jobs is neighbor, right? And not even sure made a lot of computers just like these are the people that run the restaurant down the street from where apple is. And will come in and they're like, computers, we're gonna make they're talking about it and then like you can kind of look over the fence and see that they're building the cube. See, that's I like the jobs as neighbor thing because it means that it's guy just going to work every day and every time he pulls the car inter Atta the garage, he kind of may be doing per second. And the rest of the movie is just him being really Macram. One Steve Jobs comes over for a barbecue, and then they're like, what are you working on something big and credit tucked in your shirt? What. Jeans here. Well, why don't you borrow my black turtlenecks. The other thing we're not mentioning the is this sort of gay. Oh, waking, but like, but you kind of have the impression he's already a little more. It's only key is repressed hall, like a phone call of someone who seems like an ex boyfriend, and then you see now to his parents, but it also doesn't seem that he's in denial necessarily or actively hiding it. And then he has this crushing. Call? Yes. And they make. Cut past, but then also when they make out, he looks back to see if his father still there. Right. And he's not right? Yeah, it's cost over like everything. I think this could have been cool if it was like three hours long and tripled its commitment to its concept. Yeah. I also think like it feels like especially coming after Brokeback mountain. His notion was, let's make a movie where the characters gain. It's not about that at all, and I can normalize it, but then they pay so little mind to it that it feels almost like a nineteen forty studio movie where they're trying to code him as gay without actually saying that he's gay save for like the kiss. Sure. Trying to not even knowledge it really..
"michael lang" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The story of both of those guys were ready to jump this until route tanaka was a wrestler he was a wrestler is born in nineteen thirty died in two thousand two thousand just for the record is two hundred and eighty pounds five eleven sometimes known as just professor tanaka now we have bill hanley the king of sound reinforcement king he did woodstock can you talk sure matter of fact he didn't just do it he was there with michael lang even chose the site based partly on the acoustics of an outdoor site can you talk about that i love talking about woodstock so leading up to woodstock there are several other major festivals on the east coast and around of course monterey pop and then we kind of segue over to the east coast the miami pop festival well michael lang by that time had his hands in the festival biz the fillmore east was big bill graham and hanley had a sound system the film marie so henley had his feet wet with the fillmore east sound reinforcement system there so there was this kind of incestuous group of interesting a techie people and production people in this industry was just kind of beginning so fast forward michael lang puts together the the beginnings of the woodstock festival and of course calls upon the father of festival on bill hanley who else he was known he was recommended there was really nobody else other than housley stanley who's the senator for the grateful dead but she was busy the lsd as i was going to say glad you said it but you know it he was sound guy to most certainly was.
"michael lang" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast
"From california over seven month period in two thousand sixteen it was it was sold through a network of like 15 to 20 different dealers in montana and wyoming so like not only not only is he not like taken these drugs than selling them somewhere else he's selling them in the state but he resides in he's in the state in the state but he resides in like hit that to me now i feel like i think that like if you wanna do aunt antidrug campaign and your stains that year antidrug we don't do without here i that's fine market that that's completely okay i our rock with you guys cool dude that's fine but sir in it and then go to other states and make other states might crappy by like hit by sandro so the states like i get it find like whatever in because i mean you can you can find your numbers right you can go move fifty pounds of drugs in your neighboring statements that yeah we have antidrugs here but that state everyone over there is a meth even though you're the one selling the met if i may not get it may you're fudging your numbers look better as a governor fine benefit of the doubt but you're selling it it montana to your own people geez car more man that's that's just wrong that you know what and his funny because like some people they don't vote right because the reason the no vote is because you have to be responsible for your vote like no matter what you do if you vote if you pick somebody who's you have options right they don't make you vote you can pick a you can pick b or you can do nothing you can literally do nothing but if you vote you getting up on a disagreement with some about what's going on in the world you're say hey why did you oversaw nsa i voted for them because of this that this that miss and they said okay i would have for them because this that miss that that person messes up the nearest multiple irresponsible that just that just words that you're responsible for that so whoever voter for michael lang man mike you i will know me you you let you need to reunion to go away and revalue a you gotta go ahead and re evaluate like.