18 Burst results for "Miche Miche"
"miche " Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show
"Oh he was. Yeah yeah was an amazing one. Losing coaching his dad. Mike guys if you listen to you got to listen to if you're a parent or your cheer. Listen to mike gluten curtain. Talk about his son. Philip ville with a two time all american at auburn university football player. I said an all american football player at harvard everything is peaches and cream rainbows and sunshine. It is phillips living the life. He's he's got an altogether had a little taste of coffee in the nfl lights in front of me. He's in this young twenties one bad decision. One bad decision Philip made philip luton in. He made after a party after graduation or after Him being out of school and got into the car after a night of partying with one of his best friends who had been drinking and that best friend got into a serious car. Wreck and philip died and here he is talking. And what do i see. I see myself. I see myself. That's me that mike. Talk and mike luton curtains talking about his son. Miche man one bad decision. That luke brady mechanic makes and that's me talking about my foundation. That's me the luzi. The laci forty-three foundation folks. Look it up be part. That's impact you talk about legacy talking about impact dot what it's all about. That's why i started. The impact show is to find stories like that and again. Although it's it's a very tough time and in some weird way it was aspirational to know that. His father mike. His mission now is to take phillips legacy and to pay it forward. I made all the kids script. Listened to that podcast. I made anyone i train. Listen to and if you listen to that you know you shared that because of the impact that episode one twenty eight one. Twenty eight the legacy of philip luton kirch in On that it was it was no doubt One of my faves and this is kinda crazy. Y'all are going to laugh at me. i'm over two hundred episodes. What the heck's going on here y'all gonna laugh and you're like really. This is your favorite episode. One thirty five a walk with the jersey doc. My boy my boy awoke with the jersey dog You know you're like well. Why would a walk with the jersey. Doug folks once again. I was on my phone. I was on my phone with jersey and Walking up a hill. And i just said you know what i feel re real creative right now and i whip out my phone and on rev started just recording an episode because when i'm with jersey very spiritual time the sun hasn't come up yet i'm walking and talking..
"miche " Discussed on The Property Couch
"Another potty And i think we might breaking knows that that's not something we ever want to experience again. We wanna take control of africa by ends and that means having framework in place and not being the we must other people's in an economy is in any external factors that we can't control so i think that's the angle i brought to thomas Enough that helps other couples that i really meant that for us having a joint vision that we're working towards meant that it was really clear where we're headed together and there wasn't a lot of discussion around will. I don't wanna sacrifice too much now. Can remark realize that nor were happy to sacrifice us enough settling. We had to have negotiations arounds walked to sacrifice. We both wanted to still be comfortable. Little sign knowing that we had that number the targets set plus a wedding to wolves and keeping that we had set a figure in mind and it just meant going okay walking and welcome. We have with that jeopardizing that target number. Because we knew that was the number. We'd agreed upon without plan and we didn't hit it. The plan was witless in a way on certain. In order for us to keep on track we had to pull down. Focus on that number. Very powerful Visuals as well as having that sort of document in front of you you know we talk about making the invisible visible and that probably investing is prices not an event and and i think you guys a testimony to that in regards to it's an ongoing process. Yes those projections alone term projections as well Just out of curiosity with those three properties is there a sell down at all to supplement the income in retirement or is that old not the debt basically is pied at overtime with passive income. That comes from nice. Property says i tuned from negative to positively game yet. Buttons initially mentioned that we'd like to get hold the properties eventually forever land selling down Of testing that knowing that we had that option we had to. Ben was keeping great quality assets selecting the right ones from day one and holding the For them that's an important point on main win. A black swan event locked pandemic keats which is obviously anticipated to know that. You've also got the peace of mind that the properties guy eventually on the d. retard and passive income you're generating but if there is a black swan event or an antiquated of ain't way you need more of that cash upfront. You could so one you don't have to sell a mole side. Does that that luxury of moving around and as you side because your situation is still a little bit fluid even now. You got a clear. Pathway they can still be deviations and random about seeing the road on that pathway you'll will pivoted to to laugh. Rent visting which old son miche saints to me until you basically put those put you fade into that stronger foundation gene that career path lie..
"miche " Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Question. Yes he did too but he stopped after you said mark is son is. Why don't we have to be off. I don't know what the quarterback gins since both mark son miche is the general manager of the cleveland indians. Where did mike play college based on digital princeton university job. Eddie guys when he was a captain to his senior year. I'm pretty sure he's got a little more heightened. Dad i guess. I know making fun of short holy crap. Listen it's elizabeth short list of people. I make go question number three now. This is one that. I know as a listening to the radio station. Eddie might have the advantage here. I'm not sure but anyway go ten for ten question number three. During the i miss years there was a show remote in the winter. Up in new hampshire now mark staying true to himself in his routine still got up at three o'clock in the morning to run. Where did iran. It'll be.
"miche " Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast
"Was charged with first degree. Murder of raymond reid and her first husband james taylor. She was found. Guilty of raymond reads murder in nineteen. Ninety is an end is on death. Row north carolina. After she was sentenced to death and raymond reads murder. They decided not to go after her any further and dropped. The other charges turns out all the flashbacks they show in the movie of blanche being dragged away by another man while her father looks on. Were about her remembering that her father had sold into prostitution to pay his gambling debts. She was just a young girl when he did this to her. In february two thousand in nineteen. Abc eleven tv station did a story reporting on. How blanche taylor moore was the oldest woman on north carolina's death row. Blanche taylor moore is still alive. As of the date of this recording in north carolina correctional institution for women in raleigh. The next movie is wife. Mother murderer is a nineteen ninety. One movie i found this one on youtube. As well starring judith light and david ogden steers. It is the story of marie. Hilley a wife and mother who started killing after twenty years of marriage. This one is really something. I read about her many many years ago and never forgot her recently. Saw this movie audrey. Marie frazier was born on june fourth. Nineteen thirty three and aniston. Bama she married. Frank healy her high school sweetheart on may eighth nineteen fifty one and they had two children together. Mike and carol in the movie. Murray's husband dies after a mysterious illness. Then she gets a secretary job and his sleeping with her boss. There is a house fire and marine daughter and her grandma just escape in the movie. We see just marie her husband and daughter in real life. Marie had both a son miche and a daughter. Carol and her husband frank. Frank had a good paying job and marie was employed as a secretary. There are reports that say. Marie sometimes had extramarital affairs with her bosses and they in turn favored her with extra money and or gifts. Despite a decent combined income the family had financial issues. Due to murray's overspending. Mike said that he carol and their father. Frank became sick with stomach problems. He says that this started just a few months. After some new life insurance policies were purchased. The doctors were not able to help with the stomach issues and they disappeared on their own after mike went away to college while he was gone. His dad's illness got much worse and ended in death with the official diagnosis of hepatitis. Frank's life insurance was thirty thousand. This was nineteen seventy five so that would be worth just over one hundred and fifty thousand dollars today. Marie spent it fast. She bought a new car and furniture for the house. She bought gifts for her mother. Son and daughter. Mike had just gotten married and she bought them furniture for their new life together. Apparently she kept buying on credit. After the insurance money ran out racking up a lot of debt the was four years after frank's death at carroll started having stomach problems again. Carol was eighteen at this point. Mike had started to get calls from his mom's creditors saying she had put him down. As a sort of guarantor. Mike was living in florida at this time. And he flew home to alabama to talk to his mom about the spending and debt..
"miche " Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"You know. Is it your best when you haven't eaten. Here's my you know my educational neurosciences person. Mike how you how you learn grow. I can introduce you to like thirty. To forty years of scholarly work original. Lemme know anybody pushes back again. You know on why that is the only way to look only way to learn. Yeah so so. let's let's knee jerk landers Just a little bit. So let's say. I'm looking to plant a church and i you know i'm i'm in a city. That has no christians right. So i'm whether that's my neighborhood her my building or my little town and ends you know the church that i was landing are working on very because i was one of those who is really excited. We were going to introduce everyone to twenty twenty vision and then things got like them and and so now. I've lost my. I have my elders. I have my leaders who are out entire rate. And i've got maybe forty percent Of who i had left and so i'm feeling feeling discouraged right And i want to move forward into this next season in spiritual authority. Because i've also been you know i'm also been burnt out and and i want to want to leanings. Aware those grace right. 'cause i agree with the world of the doesn't make a difference in my life. What am i doing. What is the point. What is what is worth laying it all downpour and so i wanna see that it's worth it. I wanna see that it's making a difference in my life in the life of those. I love around me. how it. What advice would you give to me as that church planter wanting to you know move towards that that spiritual authority to go deeper that takes the things that we hear elsewhere but they seem like fairy tales Good where you know. Jeff knows this. My my oldest son miche. That's his story. he about two thousand nineteen. He moved to victoria. Canada to a wealthy part of the city which i think demographically was one of the lease church attending regions all of north america like there. I don't know there's anyplace north. America that went to church less than his community. He's trying to reach so he gets there and he's getting a a core group. You know have a place to meet. And and he's trying to get them outward focus. They've got all these out these outreach events tennis camps and events in the park and all that and then twenty twenty hits and and you know he's been going at it for about a year and then bang for an in. Canada is deaf. Does you can't meet at all like he can't even have ten people gather and so it's a shutdown and when most of your church focus is reaching new people. I guess one thing to kinda you know. Try to care for your core group like but they're not in your group yet like how do you meet total strangers when you can't have them in your home or do anything like you're wearing a mask while you're trying to meet a total stranger like this. It just shuts it down and so we had some of those conversations with that very kind of church planner. Who say and my son said. He's talked to so many church planners who said if i'd known that colby was coming i would never have come up here the year before and re and tried to plan to start a church then when i when you shut down for over a year but but the advice i'd give him and the give my son is number one..
"miche " Discussed on KCRW
"1000 power of stellar Marcos Resende and Index out of Brazil. Classic sound some music from Chicago Atlanta New work from Strata Brenner, Django Django and just released. I believe today, a new single from automatic reinterpreted remixed by Sudan archives. Do many things with Tom Miche Classic Horse Silver Miles Davis. New single from Jimmy James. KCRW. The music. Anything. Florida hip hop duo Black violin really like subverting expectations. The number one reason I play the violin is because I'm not supposed to. Now these classically trained musicians are searching for new outlets to share their art. That's one of the things I miss the most is just being able to perform for a live audience and be able to heal together. They make a new song for us on the next morning edition from NPR News. That's weekdays on morning edition, Right here on KCRW..
"miche " Discussed on V103
"Ass at home. Dress up sometime. Put something all stopped looking like a hunter. Hale was on the club's hunting. I was going down. What? Literally something You know, hunting? What kind of message is if I see why y'all ain't married here having too much, But you're hunting you set up in the tree and a blind you in the bushes with a gun would help. Damn. Stay your ass. Don't quit hunting. Yes. Yeah, yeah. Trust. Yeah, that a sexy right there. No. When you come from, man surprising, sometimes. Yeah. You hear the men, ma'am? You're lying, Charlie. There. Anybody in line with me, huh? Exactly walking in the house with a dead duck in her hand. Uh huh. So dressed up Put on some heels put on some lipstick some time every night. Yeah, yeah, every night and you gotta do it every day. But every now and then, you know, Okay. All right. Uhh! Miche. Yeah, sure. You have a question As we go out. We got like 30 seconds. Oh, do I have a question? 30 seconds Really know what you wanna go Hunting J. That's a good question. You.
"miche " Discussed on KQED Radio
"Received a threat against my life. My received over other threats against my safety. My address a picture of my home or my family lives was posted on kind of an anti dusty Facebook page. These are at the impeachment vote, and they really did believe that a vote for impeachment was something that would could put themselves and their family at personal risk. The same time they all took it seriously as well. On a philosophical level. This was a political and personal, very difficult decision. For many of them. It has been a difficult mood here today at the Capitol sad Also some fear, but I do want to point out one bright spot. Just a few minutes ago, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signed the article of impeachment to get it ready for the Senate. That's not the bright spot, necessarily, but she signed it on. She used the podium. It had been stolen from her from this from the house from her chamber by the rioters that was brought back and she used it as clearly a statement that the house is back in full operation. Really interesting and good to see that that was received that it was returned to the capital. And Lisa. Finally, what about the Senate? This does now go to the Senate? What do we know about what happened there so much to stay Many fascinating developments there, Judy today. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell said he is open to impeachment, but he has not decided for it. Yet. He also let it be known that he does not. He will not sign on to a fast trial, meaning the soonest the trial could happen in the Senate is after the Senate reconvenes that next date is January 19th the day before inauguration. McConnell and his staff. Those around him are making it clear that he does not think it is all on doll conducive to governing to have impeachment go on before inauguration that he wants to try and have a stable transition of power and that an impeachment before President elect Biden takes office would not be helpful to that. So it's now clear that the Senate will move forward with the trial after President elect Biden takes office and we know several Senate Republicans are undecided, among them, Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania and another question to be resolved. Can you There will be a debate. Can you impeach a president after he has left office? There is some precedent, but there will be debate. Seems like a lot is unclear about where this goes from here on, But Lisa Desjardin reporting on it all. Thank you, Lisa. And now we go to Ru Miche Al sender. So you meet President Trump becomes the first president in American history to be impeached twice. What do we know about how he is reacting to this? President Trump is furious at the idea that his marred legacy became even more tartness day as he became the first president to be impeached twice. The president spent much of the day watching TV watching the impeachment vote in debate play out on TV. The president in some ways was really lashing out at people because what he saw where Republicans saying that he betrayed his oath of office, of course, along with Democrats, saying that he Is a walking impeachment a fence. The president also just of you know, the last few seconds released a five minute video where he says that no supporter of his would be involved in any sort of violence or any sort of attacks on law enforcement. He also says that he's very worried about this free speech issue, saying that there are attempts to cancel people and to try to unfairly target people for spree speech. It was some defenders of the president. We're talking about free speech. But I have to tell you he is talking about a small group of people defending him because the number of people that I talked to today, they say, even if this is about free speech, they still believe that the president should not have said what he said. And yamiche picking up on that. What do we know about how the president would deal with a Senate trial is Lisa just reported? It's not clear that they will be one if if it happens after he leaves office, But what are they thinking? What are they planning? I spoke to a number of legal experts today, including a lawyer for President Trump, and it's clear that he's gonna have some real problems. Recruiting lawyers. Alan Dershowitz, who at one point was one of the lead attorneys during the first impeachment, told me that President Trump had the right to say what he said, but that it was not right for him to say what he said There are a number of other attorneys who are not going to be part of this defense, including J Secolo. The White House counsel packed a bologna. Alan Dershowitz also told me he's not gonna be part of this defense. The only person we think of right now, who's going to be part of that defense, for sure is very Giuliani, the president's personal attorney who has at times spread false information, so we have to see where this goes. The defense, though, will be about free speech. They will also be arguing that this is a political hack job in a witch hunt against the president, which is what he said today in that video that he referenced in that he released today. Let me sell fender reporting on the reaction at the White House, you means thanks so much. Way we'll hear from members of Congress.
"miche " Discussed on WTVN
"I'm an executive producer with I Heart radio and I love all things Tech and today we're going to talk about lighters. And this is sort of a sequel to our last episode, which was about matches. Alamo to is not in the studio, and I'm happy to report that nothing in my line of vision is currently on fire. So we're going to pick up where we left off in that last episode, And in that episode, I described an invention that used chemistry to create a flame to ignite a flame. Now this particular invention I talked about in the last episode is pretty dangerous contraction. It used sulfuric acid, which by itself Is dangerous. It can seriously injured disfigure you, but it was using sulfuric acid and zinc in order to generate hydrogen gas and hydrogen gas is also potentially really dangerous. Hydrogen gas is lighter than air. But unlike helium, hydrogen is extremely flammable. It's the stuff that contributed to the famous Hindenburg disaster. But now we're going to switch over to some other technologies and developments that made the modern lighter possible. So our next advance And the making of fire would date back to the beginning of the 20th century. So the early 19 hundreds. That's when an Austrian scientist named Baron Karl, our von Vell Bach. Was working with some mixtures of rare earth elements to see what you know they would do. So what scientists do sometimes just trying stuff. Well, one of those elements he was working with was a metal called Siri. Um It's a relatively soft metal. It's silvery white and color, but it does tarnish when it's exposed to air so it doesn't stay silvery white for very long, and it's soft enough that you could actually cut this stuff with a knife. So it's a pretty soft metal. The book discovered that creating an alloy Which is, you know a combination of different metals and other components. But if you create an alloy using iron and cirie, um it was actually mostly iron about 70% iron. You would create a substance that could ignite sparks if it was struck or scratched by a harder material. And he called this stuff Pharaoh. Siri, Um, any classified it as a mish metal, which is sort of a Germanic word that essentially means mixed metal or alloy. These days, Pharaoh Siri, Um and miche metal are frequently used to describe the same thing. Also, A lot of folks will refer to this stuff as Flint in modern lighters. But that is misleading. Flint is something very different. And this merits a quick explanation so that you guys can understand and appreciate the difference between Flint and Pharaoh. Siri Um All right, so let's start off with quartz. This stuff is the most abundant mineral found at Earth's surface. If you take one part silicon to two parts oxygen, that's courts and it's a durable mineral and has some really super interesting properties, its heat resistant, so it's good component to use and materials where you want to have something that can stand up to great amounts of heat. It also has a really interesting Corky phenomena zits associated with it and some other materials. If you exert a mechanical stress on courts, it then accumulates an electrical charge or If you expose quartz to an electrical charge, it'll exert an internal mechanical strain. It'll vibrate. So you could make courts pulse at a consistent frequency by applying an electrical charge to it, which is why quartz crystals are used in analog watches and clocks. The predictable repeatable vibration. That frequency is always going to be. The same is a great way to keep track of the passing of time. And so you use that as sort of the, uh, the foundation for all the other time he being elements No more than that courts comes in many different varieties, and one of those varieties is Flint Flint contains Ah lot of impurities, so it doesn't look like pure courts at all. It doesn't look like what we think of when we think of the word quartz Flint tends to be dark gray in color, but it can't have other colors in it as well. Like Brown or red, sometimes even wider yellow and typically is much closer to opaque than what we think of. When we think of courts. We tend to think of something that's at least translucent with quartz. But Flint tends to be almost opaque and like courts, and general Flint has no flat surfaces of internal weakness. No plainer weakness inside court plant or cords. That means That you do not observe cleavage with courts or flint, which is the odd, actual geological kind of term here. So in other words, if you were to strike this material hard enough to break it, you would see what's called a con coy. It'll fracture that's AH, smoothly curving fracture surface. Last is a type of material that has concluded all fractures, as opposed to plainer fractures, the or cleavage by breaking courts or flint and very precise ways. You can fashion tough, sharp objects, stuff that can stand up to somewhere and terror and it could have a very sharp edge to it. Which is why Flint was a valuable material in early human history. It could be chipped to shape into stuff like arrowheads, spear points as well as into cutting tools like access. Now getting back to making fires. The property we're interested in with Flint is that if you were to strike Flint against iron, you can create sparks. But why is that? Well, it's not because of the flint unnecessarily. It's actually more because of the irons. The iron is Cairo for IQ, which means it's a material that will ignite under room temperature. And that probably sounds really weird. Right? I mean, We've all come into contact Liron. We've all seen iron objects and most of time. I think we could agree. That's not, you know, currently on fire, So what actually gives here what's happening And why do I say that Iron is PIRA for ick? We'll see when Iron encounters air It begins to oxidize and with iron. That means it develops a thin layer of iron oxide on the outside surface of the iron itself. Iron oxide is known by another name Rust. So the rusting process is a chemical reaction. And it's an XO thermic chemical reaction. If you remember from our last episode, and XO thermic reaction is one that in the process of this chemical reaction going on releases heat. But if you're talking about any appreciable amount of iron, as in more than just a tiny speck of the stuff that he dissipates pretty quickly, the relative mass of the iron is great enough that the heat becomes a non factor and this is really important. We have to consider the ratio of a any given amount of irons, mass relative to the surface area. That is exposed to the air. If the iron has more than a little mass that he can dissipate through the rest of the hunk of iron, you know all the iron atoms that are not exposed to air. We'll just sort of absorb that he did. Nothing else happens apart from the external surface is rusting, and once they rust They've got.
"miche " Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Time is four or five and you face the Packers practice. Greg, I'll have the details and sports coming up at 4 15 in $2000 stimulus check is no closer to reality today than it was yesterday. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell still opposes it and stand alone form. Instead saying he preferred a lump it in with several other of President Trump's requests. CBS News correspondent We, Zhang explains why they have a huge runoff race coming up on their also allies of the president. So you know just a few days away from that contest. They're able to say we are lining up with President Trump. We support him because he Maintains a lot of political power, and they want to make sure that he supports them in their races to the very end, and they are worried that you know if people do not get that extra boost in helping to pay their bills that they desperately need that this could affect them run off election date is set for January 5th the FBI executing a search warrant on a three acre farm in bad acts, Miche again, where police say they seized plenty of white supremacist paraphernalia. CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegasus has more on who owned the land and on the group that operates there. Law enforcement sources confirm that the list of items is contained in a search warrant that has not yet been unsealed. The three acre farm and bad acts is where Justin walk ins lived. He is the accused leader of the base, and it is alleged that he was operating a hate camp from members of the group. As we've reported in the past. The base is a white supremacist organization, which seeks to overthrow the U. S government. The neo Nazi group was targeted by law enforcement across the country and raids this year. Jeff, the GAYS. CBS NEWS Washington Coming up, bringing in the new Year 2020.
"miche " Discussed on KGO 810
"East Bay. Authorities believe they have solved the 1988 kidnapping of nine year old Makayla Garrick. They are charging a convicted murderer 59 year old David Mish, who's also a suspect in to Fremont killings back in the eighties. Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley says Miche will be charged with kidnapping murder with special circumstances is charged with the murder of Makayla. During the course of the kidnapping, the evidence establishes that he was the kidnapper. And that I'm a Kayla's body and Makayla herself have never been seen. Her remains have never been found. Police say A partial palm print matching missions was found on the scooter McCaleb was writing the day of her kidnapping. Thean Ba regular season gets underway Today, The dubs are on the road with the game against the Brooklyn Nets. It's gonna look a lot different in the age of covert 19. NBA commissioner Adam Silver joined first take to address how the league plans to handle covert 19 concerns this season. Very different operation being outside of a bubble. I mean, as you know, there are all sorts of issues going into the bubble, and we weren't sure how that would work, and it ended up working in many ways far better than we thought. I mean, now that we're going to be in In essence, 30 different markets where you know, I think and completely outside of a bubble. There's no doubt we're gonna have issues. We've been watching closely. What's been happening not just with other leagues, college sports eccentric that are playing outside of bubble and even Steven. And aside from violations of protocol. We know that even people who are following all of our rules exactly as intended that when you're living at home You have Children in school. Your family members who are out in about no one is immune from this virus. The first home game for the Dubs is January 1st. When they horse to host Portland, I should say and we are following breaking news. It looks like California Secretary of State Alex Padilla will fill the Senate seat being vacated by Kamila.
Convicted California Killer David Misch Charged With 1988 Kidnapping, Murder Of Missing 9-Year-Old Michaela Garecht
"East Bay. Authorities believe they have solved the 1988 kidnapping of nine year old Makayla Garrick. They are charging a convicted murderer 59 year old David Mish, who's also a suspect in to Fremont killings back in the eighties. Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley says Miche will be charged with kidnapping murder with special circumstances is charged with the murder of Makayla. During the course of the kidnapping, the evidence establishes that he was the kidnapper. And that I'm a Kayla's body and Makayla herself have never been seen. Her remains have never been found. Police say A partial palm print matching missions was found on the scooter McCaleb was writing the day
"miche " Discussed on KQED Radio
"Thin this municipal building in the small village of mishmash near where the cedar trees burned. This year, a firefighter teaches some 55 volunteers about wildfires. He organizes say they were inundated with applications from residents even though firefighting is dangerous, and the job is not paid on even people far away in Beirut, the crowded and polluted capital are worried about the cedars. Lend off Lebanese people. It's the land off theaters first on a smoke up God earns an art gallery and just opened an exhibition of paintings and sculptures, toe honor the cedar tree and Lebanese forests. She says they offer a sense of protection to Beirut. Ease who've seen their city suffer a huge explosion in August on economic crisis. And corrupt leadership. It's the sheltered in which we can find Mm. We think secure and we have rules with all our roots in this hand, she says. See the first offer People hope. And now those two are under threat. Briefs Sherlock NPR NEWS Miche Miche, Lebanon This'd is NPR news, and this is KQED Public radio..
"miche " Discussed on KCRW
"Create fire breaks and thin forests. But some Lebanese citizens are taking action in this municipal building In the small village of mishmash near where the cedar trees burned. This year, a firefighter teaches some 55 volunteers about wildfires. Over my head. That means I'm Dewey organizes say they were inundated with applications from residents even though firefighting is dangerous, and the job is not paid. Even people far away in Beirut, the crowded and polluted capital are worried about the cedars lend off Lebanese people. It's the land off theaters first. Alice My Gap Cab, owns an art gallery and just opened an exhibition of paintings and sculptures, toe honor the cedar tree and Lebanese forests. She says they offer a sense of protection to Beirut ease. We've seen the city suffer a huge explosion in August and economic crisis and corrupt leadership. It's the shelter in which we can find Yes. We feel secure and we have roots. We thought our roots in the stand, she says. See the forests offer people hope. And now those two are under threat. Briefs. Sherlock NPR NEWS Miche Miche, Lebanon This'd is NPR news. I'm Jonathan Bastian. This week on Kcrw's life examined Americans love to glorify hard work and a college education. But one Harvard philosopher says we need to rethink this. The ideal itself is flawed and it's flawed because it has a dark side, which is that a meritocracy would be corrosive of the common good, The sense in which we're all in this together, Michael Sandel and the tyranny of Merit that's life examined wherever you get your podcasts. KCRW sponsors included Dramarama presenting Kaye Ballard. The show goes on a documentary about the life of the actress, comedian and singer whose career spanned eight decades. Available on demand. December.
"miche " Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Action in this municipal building In the small village of mishmash near where the cedar trees burned. This year, a firefighter teaches some 55 volunteers about wildfires. Oh, God, my head. That beat out, he organizes say they were inundated with applications from residents even though firefighting is dangerous, and the job is not paid on even people far away in Beirut, the crowded and polluted capital are worried about the cedars. Land off Lebanese people. It's the land off theaters first. Alice My Gap Cab, owns an art gallery and just opened an exhibition of paintings and sculptures, toe honor the cedar tree and Lebanese forests. She says they offer a sense of protection to Beirut. Ease who've seen their city suffer a huge explosion in August and economic crisis. And corrupt leadership. It's the shelter in which we can find Piece. We feel secure and we have roots. We hold our roots in the stand, she says. See the first offer People hope. And now those two are under threat. Briefs Sherlock NPR NEWS Miche Miche, Lebanon This is NPR news. Start. You're a bloke. Next time on the world, the Netflix series. The Queen's gambit is making competitive chess Cool chess Grandmaster and world champion Garry Kasparov made sure that the onscreen matches were the real deal. I knew that players even just amateurs will be able to look at the positions and identify whether it's yours or not. Erica's bar of on the queen's gambit on the world. Join us for the.
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"In this municipal building In the small village of mishmash near where the cedar trees burned. This year, a firefighter teaches some 55 volunteers about wildfires. That means I'm he organizes say they were inundated with applications from residents even though firefighting is dangerous, and the job is not paid. And even people far away in Beirut, the crowded and polluted capital, a worried about the cedars Lebanese people. It's the land off theaters First. Alice My cab cab, owns an art gallery and just opened an exhibition of paintings and sculptures, toe honor the cedar tree and Lebanese forests. She says they offer a sense of protection to Beirut ease. We've seen the city suffer a huge explosion in August and economic crisis and corrupt leadership. It's the sheltered in which we can find Mm. We feel secure and we have roots. We called our roots in this and she says, See the forests offer people hope. And now those two are under threat. Briefs Sherlock NPR NEWS Miche Miche, Lebanon You're listening to W n my sea. There's more all things considered right After news headlines, the fatal police shooting of Briana Taylor has inspired a movement to limit the use of no knock warrants. Do we really want to be recognizing the lives of individuals for drug searches were losing lives over this But legislation to ban know Knox may not be the solution will hear more just ahead after news headlines tonight we're going to see rain, but probably starting way after midnight will level of about 52 tonight with rain pretty much through the day tomorrow High near 62. It's 4 30..