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"moon bay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I upgrade my air conditioner, and my answer is always the same. So you could more efficiently waste energy? Yeah, right Until you choose to keep the summer heat out that you do not want and then also choose to keep the winner heat You want back in, but not only Keep it in, But you pay for the money to create the heat. Exactly. If you don't insulate first, you just cycling airflow trying to feel better. So out of the three insulation ventilation air flow the foundation stone. The bearing wall is always insulation. Because if you don't do that, first, every decision you make after that is dealing with the fact you didn't do that. Absolutely Why you're running fans. Why you running air? Why? Opening doors and windows? Because you didn't keep the summer heat out. You didn't keep the winner. He hadn't so number one. This insulation number two, his ventilation, and that's very important when you live in this heat index, So we always recommend putting in a high performance solar attic fan to event that 150 degrees of hot air out of the attic and the way I explain it. Is the same sun baking on the Haiti's hot sacramental basin. Rough is the same sun baking on the half Moon Bay roof. Well, why is their temperature in the attic? 80 degrees and your temperature's 150 Because the temperature of the air is greater here, you have a higher heat index, So it's very important to get that hot air out of the attic to create a vacuum. Now, the hotter can leave your home and the beauty of solar attic fan says air powered by the sun. You know any electricity to run it and.
"moon bay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I upgrade my air conditioner, and my answer is always the same. So you got more efficiently waste energy? Yeah, right Until you choose to keep the summer heat out that you do not want and then also choose to keep the winner heat You want back in, but not only Keep it in, But you pay for the money to create the heat. Exactly. If you don't insulate first, you're just cycling airflow trying to feel better. So out of the three insulation ventilation air flow the foundation stone. The bearing wall is always insulation. Because if you don't do that, first, every decision you make after that is dealing with the fact you didn't do that. Absolutely Why you're running fans Why you're running air. Why? Opening doors and windows? Because you didn't keep the summer heat out. You didn't keep the winner he had in so number one. This insulation number two his ventilation, and that's very important when you live in this heat index, so we always recommend putting in a high performance solar attic fan. To vent that 150 degrees of hotter of the attic and the way I explain it is the same sun baking on the Haiti's hot sacramental basin Rough. It's the same sun baking on the half Moon Bay roof. Well, why is their temperature in the attic? 80 degrees and your temperature's 150 Because the temperature of the air is greater here, you have a higher heat index, So it's very important to get that hot air out of the attic to create a vacuum. Now, the hotter can leave your home and the beauty of solar attic fan says air powered by the sun. You don't have any electricity to run it and.
"moon bay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Should I upgrade my air conditioner, and my answer is always the same. So you get more efficiently waste energy? Yeah, right Until you choose to keep the summer heat out that you do not want and then also choose to keep the winner heat You want back in, but not only Keep it in, But you pay for the money to create the heat. Exactly If you don't insulate first, you're just cycling airflow trying to feel better. So out of the three insulation ventilation air flow the foundation stone. The bearing wall is always insulation. Because if you don't do that, first, every decision you make after that is dealing with the fact you didn't do that. Absolutely Why you're running fans. Why you running air? Why? Opening doors and windows? Because you didn't keep the summer heat out. You didn't keep the winner he had in. So number one does insulation number two, his ventilation, and that's very important when you live in this heat index, So we always recommend putting in a high performance solar attic fan to event that 150 degrees of hot air out of the attic and the way I explain it. Is the same sun baking on the Haiti's hot sacramental basin. Rough is the same sun baking on the half Moon Bay roof. Well, why is their temperature in the attic? 80 degrees and your temperature's 150 Because the temperature of the air is greater here, you have a higher heat index, So it's very important to get that hot air out of the attic to create a vacuum. Now the hot air can leave your home and the beauty of solar attic fan says air powered by the sun. You know any electricity to run it and.
"moon bay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I upgrade my air conditioner, and my answer is always the same. So you could more efficiently waste energy? Yeah, right Until you choose to keep the summer heat out that you do not want and then also choose to keep the winner heat You want back in, but not only Keep it in, But you pay for the money to create the heat. Exactly. If you don't insulate first, you just cycling airflow trying to feel better. So out of the three insulation ventilation air flow the foundation stone. The bearing wall is always insulation. Because if you don't do that, first, every decision you make after that is dealing with the fact you didn't do that. Absolutely Why you're running fans Why you're running air. Why? Opening doors and windows? Because you didn't keep the summer heat out. You didn't keep the winner. He hadn't so number one. This insulation number two his ventilation, and that's very important when you live in this heat index, so we always recommend putting in a high performance solar attic fan. To vent that 150 degrees of hotter of the attic and the way I explain it is the same sun baking on the Haiti's hot sacramental basin Rough. Is the same sun baking on the half Moon Bay roof. Well, why is their temperature in the attic? 80 degrees and your temperature's 150 Because the temperature of the air is greater here, you have a higher heat index, So it's very important to get that hot air out of the attic to create a vacuum. Now, the hotter can leave your home and the beauty of solar attic fan says air powered by the sun. You don't have any electricity to run it and.
"moon bay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I upgrade my air conditioner, and my answer is always the same. So you could more efficiently waste energy? Yeah, right Until you choose to keep the summer heat out that you do not want and then also choose to keep the winner heat You want back in, but not only Keep it in, But you pay for the money to create the heat. Exactly. If you don't insulate first, you just cycling airflow trying to feel better. So out of the three insulation ventilation air flow the foundation stone. The bearing wall is always insulation. Because if you don't do that, first, every decision you make after that is dealing with the fact you didn't do that. Absolutely Why you're running fans. Why you running air? Why? Opening doors and windows? Because you didn't keep the summer heat out. You didn't keep the winner. He hadn't so number one. This insulation number two, his ventilation, and that's very important when you live in this heat index, So we always recommend putting in a high performance solar attic fan to event that 150 degrees of hot air out of the attic and the way I explain it. Is the same sun baking on the Haiti's hot sacramental basin. Rough is the same sun baking on the half Moon Bay roof. Well, why is their temperature in the attic? 80 degrees and your temperature's 150 Because the temperature of the air is greater here, you have a higher heat index, So it's very important to get that hot air out of the attic to create a vacuum. Now, the hotter can leave your home and the beauty of solar attic fan says air powered by the sun. You don't have any electricity to run it and.
"moon bay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Should I upgrade my air conditioner, and my answer is always the same. So you could more efficiently waste energy? Yeah, right Until you choose to keep the summer heat out that you do not want and then also choose to keep the winner heat You want back in, but not only Keep it in, But you pay for the money to create the heat. Exactly. If you don't insulate first, you just cycling airflow trying to feel better. So out of the three insulation ventilation air flow the foundation stone. The bearing wall is always insulation. Because if you don't do that, first, every decision you make after that is dealing with the fact you didn't do that. Absolutely Why you're running fans. Why you running air? Why? Opening doors and windows? Because you didn't keep the summer heat out. You didn't keep the winner. He hadn't so number one does Insulation number two, his ventilation and that's very important when you live in this heat index, so we always recommend putting in a high performance solar attic fan. To event that 150 degrees of hotter of the attic and the way I explain it is the same sun baking on the Haiti's hot sacramental basin Rough. Is the same sun baking on the half Moon Bay roof. Well, why is their temperature in the attic? 80 degrees and your temperature's 150 Because the temperature of the air is greater here, you have a higher heat index, So it's very important to get that hot air out of the attic to create a vacuum. Now, the hotter can leave your home and the beauty of solar attic fan says air powered by the sun. You know any electricity to run it and.
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"moon bay" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Gas moved to disperse crowds earlier they did not intervene as people from a pro police demonstration attended by the proud boys, a designated hate group confronted black lives matter. Protestors People on both sides swung and kicked through rocks and water bottles at each other. Some looked like they came ready to fight wearing helmets and body armor. Portland police said they were reluctant to get involved with just 30 officers facing hundreds of demonstrators, some with weapons and some anti police. It said its forces are stretched thin after 87 consecutive days of protest. Sparked by the police killing of George Floyd on Memorial Day. Amy held NPR news California fire officials of issued evacuation orders in parts of the San Francisco Bay area where wild fires have scorched more than 1100 square miles. Hundreds of firefighters have been battling blazes for more than a week after a dry lightning storm ignited the region. More storms are expected tonight. Sarah Husseini of member station reports from an evacuation center in the coastal town of Half Moon Bay. Because of Kovar 19 half Moon Bay High School isn't operating like a typical evacuation center. There are no beds or hot meals. Instead, a steady stream of people approach tents for three day hotel vouchers, information and supplies. Vineyard caretaker Tino Process of nearby La Honda arrives with his partner and there one month old daughter. They fled Thursday when law enforcement came to the neighborhood to order people out. But he says he had no idea it was that close. Cal Fire spokesman Jeff Tremblay says Re sources are thin, given the hundreds of active fires in the state right now. You're working with about half of the 5000 firefighters they'd normally have on a fire this big for NPR news. I'm Sarah Hussaini in half Moon Bay. Louisiana and Mississippi have declared.
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"And so when you talk about Republican presidents, and you look at some of the things that they did, and some of their policies, they weren't very Republican in their approach to how they ran the country. Why are you a delegate? If you feel that there are a lot of issues with the GOP at the moment, you are concerned that the party has lost its way. Why? Why are you delegate right now? Because I believe what Trump is doing when he's trying to bring back sound money, sound finance, and that's why I am a delegate. And that's why I want Trump to win again. Because if he can continue that, and he can have some success, you me, we're going all have success. That is why I stick by it. What he's doing. This is a moment when so many people in this country are facing hardship with the pandemic because of the economy. Are you satisfied with the vision of the country that your convention will present? All I know is that Donald Trump's going to talk about workers. I hope that he hits a little bit more on the social issues because, of course, you have to bring that side of the political world in As faras lessening taxes. Lessening regulations bringing jobs and helping the American worker. I am absolutely happy with that message, And I believe that will be the message that you're here mostly. Dimitrius Stanley is a Republican delegate from Ohio. Thank you very much. Thank you. Now we're going to turn to the wildfires that had been raging in California's Bay Area for more than a week after a dry lightning storm ignited the region and more storms I have to say are unfortunately expected tonight. Sarah Jose knee from member station KQED reports from an evacuation center in the coastal town of Half Moon Bay because of covert 19 half Moon Bay High School isn't operating like a typical evacuation center. There are no beds or hot meals. Instead, a steady stream of people approach tents for three day hotel vouchers, information and supplies. Money. Ah, Vineyard caretaker Tino process of nearby La Honda arrives with his partner and there one month old daughter. They fled Thursday when law enforcement came to the neighborhood tow order people out. He says He had no idea it was that close, so we started quickly bagging up all the clothes. I'm throwing the most necessary things in the car here at the evacuation center process gets an extension on the room his family has shared since they fled with both.
"moon bay" Discussed on KQED Radio
"5 30. It's cake. Sweetie NEWS. I'm terrorist. Seiler, a global pandemic explosive wildfires smoke filled air. It can feel relentless people may be inclined to get in their cars this weekend and drive somewhere for some relief search for some fresh air. Maybe the beach. Well, the mayor of half Moon Bay says that this is not a good time to visit his town. Mayor Adam Eisen joins us and mayor You are actually pleading with people not to visit half Moon Bay this weekend. Why is that right now we have people evacuating from the south portion of the coast. Looking at your Pescadero your low Memar. And many people that are evacuating or coming into half Moon Bay, where the evacuation center is once they arrived there there given hotel vouchers and food and all the things they need to be able to move on to their sleeping facilities for the evening. And then we have people first responders that air going the opposite direction, going to help the people evacuate. So we have firefighting personnel, police, nurses, doctors, all the various things that we need to get through emergency personnel. We don't want our roads congested to the point where people can't move in and now especially people that need to get from one place to another to assist in saving lives when the Bay Area does have beautiful, warm weather, What does Half Moon Bay typically look like on a summer weekend? I mean, generally speaking, traffic traffic comes to have someday and we we embrace that as part of what we are on the coast because we're stewards of the land. We are tourists community very excited to have tourists come and be part of what we do here to maintain this beautiful Coast side, and we want to share the beach. That's absolutely what we're here to do, and so Generally speaking, our beaches are extremely full, and there's traffic in most people that have come have experienced that during the cove. It time period. It's been, you know, amplified to yet another level and then with all these factors going into it, we're very concerned that it would get amplified to yet another level. And so why not close the beaches and then people wouldn't be coming. That's exactly what we'd done. We have oversight over one beach in half Moon Bay. It is popular Beach, and it is currently closed. I've been lobbying with our legislators are governor officials elected officials of California's San Mateo County in particular to try to see if we can get state parks, which oversees about 75% of our beaches in half Moon Bay to close their beaches as well. There's a lot of pieces to make all those things happen. It's not as easy as just turning a switch and saying Shutting our beaches and then we're opening our beaches. There's there's eight jurisdictions involved in the process. How concerned are you that your own residents may have to evacuate from this fire? I am of slight concern, basically, from talking to Cal fire on the reports that I've gotten today The fire winds have actually been moving away from half moon bay. That could change any given time. But the the current forecast is that would happen for the next 2 to 3 days. So I'm hopeful that that part happens, but back to what you were asking about before I've also been asking for all our elected officials help me get more firefighting help out to this area. I realize we are spread extremely thin throughout the state resource wise, but We have a fire here that 0% contained. We're just trying to do our part to do what we can Tio help Keep the residents of half Moon Bay State. Okay, may Well, thank you so much for your time. Thank you so much for your time and energy and making this happen. Adam Eisen, his mayor of half Moon Bay, and I'm Terrace, Siler News. Support.
"moon bay" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That's Julia McAvoy and Good luck to you. She's in Vacaville. We're going to go now to kick your reporter Rachel Myrow, who's in half Moon Bay. Welcome, Rachel. Good morning. Good morning, Michael. Well, let's find out where you are and what you are seeing. Well, it's a very different situation than the one we just heard. Julia describe. I'm here at half Moon Bay High School, which is the new evacuation center for San Mateo County knew because the fire is spreading north. It's up to 40,000 acres and I should mention it's really complex. It's multiple fires, right? So it's before the evacuation center was at Pescadero High School That's now under evacuation warnings, along with La Honda. So people who need to leave and don't have family or friends to leave to are being encouraged to come to half Moon Bay High School where they are not receiving shelter. As of this point, what they're receiving are referrals for hotel rooms because of the Corona virus pandemic and because A lot of people have already left In recent days. An estimated 25,000 people have been recommended to evacuate the This vast swaths of territory in the Santa Cruz mountains going down to the coast, So Ah, lot of people are already gone. But for those people who don't have an answer as to where they could stay now, you know you, Khun get a referral for a hotel room. At half Moon Bay High School. Can you talk a bit about how cold it is complicating all of this? Well, it's exactly that right. You know, people do not want to shelter in large groups, especially indoors on and especially at this time, if if it turns out that there are so many evacuees that the The Red Cross and a community group that I talked with the executive director of Quinta del Acosta suit. If they can't line up enough hotel rooms, then they'll have to shift to a shelter response. But they're trying very hard not to get there. You got a lot of Spanish speaking people in that population. Can you talk about what's being done to help them? So I just mentioned that group pointed Lacosta. And they're offering a Spanish language texting service to the communities here in the Santa Cruz mountains, But one of the things that people will tell you who live here. You know it. A lot of rural area. A lot of people are very resilient but also community focused. They talk to each other. They help each other and you know for all kinds of needs, not just You know, immediate shelter but also things like animal rescue for large animals like horses and goats. It's not going devastating situation. We're just hearing in fact about historic buildings being destroyed at Big Basin Redwoods State Park, the oldest state park in California. You know anything about that, Rachel, or can you address it? I can't adjust that particular incident. But, you know ah, lot of this territory. Michael has not burned in 50 years 50. So, so there's just a huge amount of incredibly dry vegetation. Ah, lot of park land, but also we know that that lots of structures many of them homes have burned. In the last few days, and at this point given the situation, given the high temperatures and at all of this dry vegetation, fire officials are expecting that things were going to get a lot worse in the next two days. Yeah, I'm afraid that's what we're reading and hearing as well. Good to have you with us, Rachel. Thanks for all the good work. You're doing much appreciated. Thank you. Thank you. And we're getting the latest news about the Bay area wildfires. Let me introduce a couple of people who will be joining us for the rest of the hour. Ken Pimlott is with us former chief of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection can good to have you welcome to the program. Thank you. Good morning. Good morning to you. And Scott Stevens is also with US Professor of Fire Science, a UC Berkeley's Department of Environmental Science Policy and Management. Welcome Scott Stevens. Good morning. Good morning to you, Scott. We're coming up on a quick break here, But I want to just go to you. First. Reuters is reporting that the fire's air less ferocious and they were in 2019. But I'm reading just the opposite. I think at this point they've exceeded 2019 or have they I think that there's just so many going simultaneously and also so much lightning ignitions in their urban areas. This time, 2008. We had a huge lightning and a lot of those fires were in the climate Mountains here in Nevada. This one was really more targeted to centres of population, which makes it I think much more difficult. And can if I can bring you aboard here, this you have a 30 year career. I don't think you've ever really seen anything like this. Have you? Well, certainly in the last several years, we've been really seeing things escalate towards this, but I think it's really what Scott said. It's where these fires have started the number of ignitions and where they're related to urban areas. A lot of fire all at once, and it's certainly created impacts unlike I think we've seen in the past and of course, even though we were prepared in so many ways the resources are Falling by the wayside. In many respects, the governor has gone to a great extent to bring three other states in Arizona, Texas and Nevada for help at about 375 engines, But we're really hurting in terms of resource is here and talk for a minute. If you could before we go to a quick break about containment can you can Yeah, it's really with so many fired missions, 367 fires reported yesterday and they're probably still more that we haven't seen yet because they're still there. Sleeper fires that haven't come to life. Quickly overwhelms the amount of resources in the state in California alone has more resource is than any other state. And so the challenge here is to prioritize and get re sources to where obviously the immediate threat to life safety. On then have to order resource in from outside California. And that takes time. In some cases after three days to get these additional resource is in the state, So you really have to plan ahead on identify what we anticipate the fire conditions going to be three days from now, so we can plan for that today. And Scott Stevens, the governor's talking about conserving power between two and nine, especially with things like air conditioning. What other advice do you have for people, especially all the concern about the grid on managing that? Well, I think we just have to do the best we can there, you know, it complicates. You know, sometimes communications complicates ability for people to get information. But I think that's just another layer of this, which is unprecedented to have this kind of pandemic. On top of what we're going on right now is not heard up. We haven't seen it. It's feeling sometimes, like apocalypse. I don't want to get too dramatic here, but it certainly is catastrophic and I want to. But you are listeners to weigh in here certainly want to hear from you. What your experience seeing how you have had impact by the wildfires. You give us a call right now, and I invite you to do that to join the program. The number to call is 8667336786. You may also want to let us know what your concerns are your fears and what you have in the way of advice or wisdom if you have some to offer The number again to join us 8667336786..
"moon bay" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Oh, and Kiwi I North Highland, Sacramento. I'm Dave Frieman. Eight o'clock. Good morning, Senator Kamala Harris accepted the Democratic nomination for vice president, she said there is no vaccine for racism. How did the speech sounds to political pros? Moron morning edition from NPR News. President Trump's former political adviser, Steve Bannon, has been arrested on David Greene and I'm Steve Inskeep. Prosecutors alleged that he raised money to build the wall and then took some of that money for himself, Ueda family that has to get by without stimulus payments. And what happens to all the plastic in the ocean? A study found Just how much is floating beneath the surface of the water? It's Thursday, August 20th, NBC's al broker is 66 years old. Today. Theme news is next. Live from VD News. I'm Brian what with an update on one of a few complexes of fires burning around the Bay Area, the seas. EU lightning complexes burning in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties, the group of five major fires and numerous smaller fires continues to challenge firefighters and trigger widespread evacuations. The fire grew substantially over the last day. It's now burned 40,000 acres. 20 structures have been destroyed. Billy see Cal Fire incident commander said he'd never seen a fire like this in his career. Right now we're under a severe drying condition with the north winds associate out with the reduced amount of rainfall that we have this last year. Then we've had mother nature with lightning for the ignitions, and it's created a disaster that we're having to deal with. Now we're going to go to Cupid's Rachel Myrow who is joining us from half Moon Bay High School. Hello, Rachel. Hello brand. So this was not exactly the expected destination for a lot of people. Half Moon Bay High School. What's going on? Well, this fire has been growing rapidly. 40,000 acres at last count and spreading north as well as south on the north. And Ah, you know, just for the last two days, we've had an evacuation center set up in Pescadero High school now moved a half Moon Bay High school. I should mention Brian that of an estimated 25,000 evacuees. More than about 20,000 have already left their homes for, you know, family for friends, and because a lot of this territory is mountainous, rural, small wind the roads. You don't want a repeat of the campfire in paradise where you know people are trying to leave too late. Also, they want to clear the roads for firefighters and other emergency personnel. I should mention as well that you know that we're in the middle of a pandemic right now. So if you show up at half Moon Bay High School, you will not be offered shelter. You will be offered a referral to a hotel room. Moon. Ok, now we had Billy C just a minute ago. Talking about having never seen a fire like this. Can you tell us how this fire is moving so fast? Well, you know again, it gets back to the mountainous territory you find here in the Santa Cruz Mountains, You know it's steep terrain, Lots and lots of very dry vegetation. You know, the normal coastal fog has rolled back in this morning. But for in recent days we haven't seen coastal fog has been very, very hot, just like elsewhere in the San Francisco Bay Area. Limited resource is in terms of fighting the fire because the rest of the state is so stressed with Fires of their own. So it has just been just a bad recipe for growth and and we're looking at more growth in the next two days. In the people that you have seen fleeing this fire at an evacuation. Place it at half Moon Bay High School. I am curious how people are masking up. We were already masking up for Cove. It 19. But now we've got wildfire smoke. Have you noticed just a difference in our people doubling up, You see difference in people's faces. Well, I can tell you the folks I see here all wearing masks, You know? Are they wearing the n 95 or greater masks that one would recommend for smoke inhalation? No, I mean, you know, unless you're talking to healthcare personnel. Ah, lot of folks there are simply wearing cloth masks. It's better than nothing. Yes, absolutely. Would you say most people have evacuated? Has there been a willingness to obey those orders and like you said, sort of. He did call and avoid past problems. Yes, people here. I talked to mention you know, they say, especially in the rural parts of San Matteo County folks, their resilience, their community focused. They're helping each other, especially, you know, with the sheltering of large animals like horses and goats, and you know other farm animals. Ah, there there. There's a texting service in Spanish for those who need it s so so The sense here is that people are not waiting. For disaster to strike that they've mobilized and they're helping each other. Mobilized to get out of harm's way. Kids. Rachel Mayer. Oh, thank you so much. Thank you..
The Congolese Doctor Who Discovered Ebola
"At the beginning of an epidemic, it's essential to discover the source of the disease. For scientists who do that work, it's extremely challenging and without risk to their own health. But the scientists who played an essential role in discovering bulla way back in nineteen, seventy six doesn't always get the credit he deserves in today's episode. We explore the history of a bowl and the consequences of scientific exploitation. It's part of our week of episodes here on the show celebrating and recognizing the contributions of black scientists enjoy. You're listening to shortwave. From NPR. Safai here with none other than NPR East Africa correspondent Ater, Peralta Hey there ater. Hey, Mattie, thank you so much for talking to us all the way from Kenya. I know there's like an eight hour time difference. I am thrilled. But I want to open with a quick question. Who discovered Ebola and do not Google it. First of all. How dare you asked me a question? I should definitely know the answer to, and don't and yeah I already, Google Bet. Came up was. A Belgian microbiologist, but I think you're about to tell me. There's more to this there. Absolutely, there always is right so. Cheated. What you probably saw is a bunch of white westerners like. Dr John Jack. Yembeh does not yeah. He was not one of the people that came up. Yes, so, he's Congolese doctor and today he's doing really important work heading up the response to the current Ebola outbreak in Congo, but back in nineteen, seventy six, we embed. First doctor to. COLLECT ANY BOLA sample. His crucial role in discovering Bolla is often just a footnote, a lot of the history of people. Has Been Written? Without your name. Yes but. You know this Yes it. Did Not quite. Today on the show correcting the record on a Bola, the story of Dr, John Jack Mugabe and what he's doing now to ensure African scientists are part of writing it's. To some in the medical community, it's a controversial move. Okay Ater, so we're talking about a Congolese Dr John, Shaq. And his role in discovering a bola. When do we begin? So when I sat down with him at his office in Kinshasa. He said we should start in. Hundred seventy three. We had just gotten his PhD microbiology at the Riga Institute in Belgium, and he could have stayed in Europe, but he decided to come back to Congo, but when I arrive via. The condition of work were not I had no lab have no. Mice for experimentation, so it was very difficult to work here. Yeah, it's tough to do lab work without a lab, you know. Without a library to instead he took a job as a field epidemiologist and just a couple of years later in Nineteen seventy-six. was sent from Kinshasa the capital of Congo to the village of Yambuku to investigate a mysterious outbreak. it's the first recorded outbreak of Ebola, but no one knew that at the time they thought maybe it was typhoid or yellow fever, and he goes to this local hospital, and he says he finds it completely empty. Why was nobody there? Local residents thought the hospital was the source of the infection and people had died there. But in the morning when they heard Giambi was sent from the capital, the thought he had medicine till they started to come back to the hospital, and we started seeing patients. So so, what's he seeing? When the patients come in, he was seeing. People who were very weak fever? They had headaches I started to to make the physical time. But at that time will have no gloves. And, of course he had to draw blood, but when I removed. They're the sit inch. Both continue to spread out. What I am to see these phenomenal. And also my fingers or with a bow. Wow. Yeah, so he says he he would wash his hands a lot, but really he says it was just luck that he didn't catchable. Yeah, definitely I mean. That's amazing that he's in there and there's no gloves and there's patients and they don't really know what's going on, and he was able to not get it in at this point. We MP he was startled. But then three nurses died that night and a Belgian nun who was working in the village, also got sick with fever. All the nuns had been vaccinated against typhoid and yellow fever. So at this point me MBA was like. Oh, it's probably not those things. Yeah! I mean in the severity to the deaths with this outbreak. He started to realize that this was something different, so he. He convinced one none took back to Kinshasa with him. So what happens next? She died at a hospital a couple of days later, but he took blood samples, and he sent them to Belgium for testing and the guy on the other end that was Peter Piot. Who at the time was with the Institute for Tropical Medicine in Belgium, the guy who turned up from Google search. Yeah. That's right, and so he and other scientists start working to identify the culprit. The CDC in the US gets involved and the realize. This is a new virus that caused hemorragic. Call it Ebola. They name it after a river by the village where it was discovered. So, what you saw out in the field, the blood samples guide all of this plays a crucial role in the history of right. It was huge, but it's PR who gets the bulk of the credit for discovering all up and you can tell this bothers John Jock membe. If you don't recognize the work done in the field, I, it is not correct. it is a team. You know it is a team. Pr Actually wrote a memoir no time to lose and he does mention. But just in passing as a bright scientist, whose constantly pestering him for more resources. Has talked about this well. Peter Pyatt, facetime video, so I got on the phone. He's now the director of the prestigious London, School of Hygiene and tropical medicine and I asked him if he felt at all responsible for writing. Out of his history of Ebola I think that's a comment, but my book less not an attempt to write than that's history of Boll and sold more. My personal experience is more biographies that sense. Was this kind of like an awkward conversation to have ater. Yeah I mean especially because he's Belgian and Belgium was the colonial power in Congo. Ultimately, he looks at it with a little bit of distant. That at the time African scientists they were simply excluded and white scientists parachuted in they took samples, wrote papers that were published in the West and they took all the credit he so he actually said he did. In that actually surprised me and I think. Part of the reason. I feel that he so comfortable. Talking about this is because he's in an academic setting. I think in universities across the world. Students are talking about privilege, so he seems like he is very comfortable having this conversation right now. I mean there's there's something very weird kind of about that coming from him right as a person who has admitted to taking part in exploitative science, absolutely and one of the good things is that he says that things are changing. We mbappe for example has received several international awards just recently for pioneering. The first effective treatment for Ebola reflects our stinky you. Say the politicians in global health in science, General. So okay. I want to ask you about the treatment in a minute, but to put it very bluntly. Have there actually been any concrete steps to try to change this power dynamic in the global health field? Because this is certainly not one of you know two stories. This is one of many many stories. There is I mean look. NBA has made a decision that many thought unthinkable leaving just a few years ago, he decided that all of the blood samples collected during this most recent Ebola. Epidemic will stay in Congo, so if anyone wants to study this outbreak, they will have to come to his institute. I bet that has ruffled some feathers though. I have I've heard from some American scientists. Who have privately expressed frustrations in the are really the ones who have led the way in studying Ebola, but peanut understands that decision when you think about how African scientists have been historically treated, and he says that Western scientists should just get over it. We have to wake up key things one. The world is changing too much endless Nah it's so weird to hear him say a matter of fairness, ater matter of fairness. Okay, so before we move on, tell me about the treatment that Mugabe worked on. So this is the thing that makes him smile right. We embiid calls it the most important achievement of his life, and it goes back to one thousand, nine, hundred, five during another equal outbreak in Congo. Eighty one percent of people infected with Ebola in this village were dying, and he wondered if antibodies developed bipolar survivors could be siphoned from their blood and used to treat new cases, so he gave sick patients transfusions of blood from a bowl of survivors. Too He injected Ebola patients with the blood of survivors. It vision. And seven survive, he says the medical establishment brought him off because he didn't have a control group. That's what they told him. But if this idea was accepted by scientists. We see a lot of life. Okay I mean to be fair. That is a really small group with no control among some other stuff. But on the other hand, it doesn't mean that he was wrong. You know that it should be totally dismissed, and maybe if more scientists looked into, it collaborated with him, maybe tried to replicate that data in some way, they could have learned something with him right because we now know that he was in fact correct about the antibodies. Yeah, I mean that's right in the context is important because I think what really eat set him. Is that maybe lots and lots of people could have been saved during the West. West Africa outbreak, which happened from two thousand, thirteen to two, thousand sixteen, and look just this year that science became the foundation of what is now proven to be the first effective treatment against the Bulla that is saving seventy percent of the people who are treated with amazing. Is He getting credit for that? At this point, he is yeah, absolutely okay, so how does look back on all of this week? What's what's his view on this is so he's he seventy seven, so he's obviously thinking about his legacy. One of the things that he told me is that he's always dreamed that big science could come out of Congo, and partly because of him, that's more likely happen. He got a commitment from Japan to build a state of the art research facility in Kinshasa and in the lab, just a few feet from his office where we talked US scientists were using advanced machines to sequence DNA of the Bulla samples that have to stay here in Congo Okay so moon bay, doctor and scientists who started in the Congo with no lab has a lab and is soon getting an even better one to do his work. Yeah, exactly, yeah, now I have my share. In. So I have my I have. A good subculture will bring joy. But he also has vice rate with micro biologist without Nice, I, asked myself that every day. And, so you know what he says, his biggest legacy won't be that. He helped to discovery or cure for it. It'll be if another young Congolese. Scientist finds himself with an interesting blood sample. He'll be able to investigate it
"Can be challenging. It was for everyone around me. I was your garden variety. Rebel with DOC MARTIN'S A chip on my shoulder and love for mischief. It wasn't till I ended up on a farm in Vermont that they understood my context to the rest of the world and it took me being immersed in nature to comprehend my relationship to other people and to the universe for every team listening today. I feel your pain being cooped up at home and for every parent okay. Give a teen right now. I have the same advice trying to escape. Even if it's for quick breath of fresh at this week I talked to Doniger Martha God who at fifteen left a note for her mom that she was taking off for the entire summer and back in the full that hitchhiking adventure was only the beginning of a quest that led Doniger to tracking wolves in Alaska. Doniger now runs a regenerative farm in California with family and is the author of dawn again tracking. The wisdom of the wild and the just released book will fail. Finding myself in the wild doniger has also featured in the upcoming movie. Kiss THE GROUND. I catch up with mismarked God to hear her amazing story firsthand. Donga where are you right now? I am in. Half Moon Bay California on our home ranch and It's right right on the coast in between San Francisco and Santa Cruz and it must be. I mean it's a stunning beautiful day. Must feel very kind of remote and isolated from the rest of civilization. Yeah on the ranch and out in nature it's just spring is in full bloom right now. The wild flowers are incredible. The Morning Birdsong. And it feels like when we're out here. There's a huge celebration of life and considering the Horrific things that the world is going through I feel that nature's very resilient and we will make it through this and the journey that brought you to this place is amazing it starts with you in Snoqualmie up and beautiful pot of Washington state in the cascades falling off a horse. Tell us about that experience. It was during a time when I began to question my role in life. Those teenage years where You're beginning to rebel and figure out your own identity and Where you WanNa go with your life and it just sort of woke me up and so I was thrown off my horse when I was getting ready to compete and I was knocked unconscious. And there's this whole segment of my life that I can't recall and during that time I had this experience where I was out of my body looking down at my body in the hospital bed and feeling just this incredible piece and seeing the beauty around me in this sort of alternate reality and after I had that experience things really changed for me and it was during that time that I started noticing more. And maybe these things are all around me. But I started noticing more life that was abundant around me but would also come about show itself in certain times and that were. I couldn't describe it other than synchronicity than just decided to go and he wrote this note deal. Mom saying mom. Don't worry about me. I'll be alright. I'll be back before school starts love Doniger and you just hit it off your sister and a friend had of that occurred you at the time to just feel like I gotta get out of here at felt like wow. This was an opportunity to go on an adventure and do something other than what were sort of programmed to do which is go to school. Get a degree get a job. Enter into the workforce and at that time that wasn't my passions were not being ignited So I was looking for a way for my passions to be ignited and also just to figure out what was out there in the world and it was a very rebellious thing to do and I hope my kids never do that but it showed me a lot of things that were not very positive it could have been really detrimental to my to my future and I'm just thankful I must have had some someone watching over me that I made it safe through putting myself into dangerous situations. I mean I feel very comfortable putting myself in to survival experiences in nature and other things in nature however when it comes to humans I have lost. My trust sounded really exciting. And you know doing things like dumpster diving for all the food you needed but at the same time you assaulted. They really wanted to share that part of my journey because in particular. There's so many young adults out there. Teenagers that go down a really dark path and they their form of rebellion might be sex or drugs and I wanted to share that. That's not always The smart thing to do. And there's other ways that you can feel what it is you're searching for and you can experience life without putting yourself in those types of experiences and doing the things to your body that could be irreversible
"moon bay" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal
"You know what sort of measures are in place like in the area that you're in an are people listening to them and we kind of. Ready Yeah because you're more. Yeah, I mean they the entire bay area. Was Pretty early, and has been pretty good about trying to put measures in place so they've been increasing as you go along, and his people aren't following the rules, then they put more and So, we've all been home for about a month I think he might be exactly a month the schools are closed until. Next year. So. School school around here starts late, August so as far as we know. Kids are going back to school mid late. August but we don't really know You know it just sort of week by week, They! were. Allowed to go out only for exercise in essential tasks I feel like that people are probably pushing it with the exercise. Ling is where he discussed a minute ago, but you know I. get it. I AM critical, but also I get to live next to the beach so exercise for me means I Gino. Would it mean for somebody else? Exercise means walking around a city block. That's not so fun Yeah you know and then With the essential activities, if you go to the grocery store or hardware store anywhere, that's allowed to be open. You have you're required to wear a mask and gloves. and. We got emails this morning saying that they were going to start. enforce did this is our grace period and they're gonNA. Start enforcing that with fines. And Possible Arrest on the twenty second so great Tuesday or Wednesday. Yeah. That's you know and I feel like that. That's. Pretty typical, but I know that there is other states in the country, and other. Areas Out of the country where they stop, were they didn't do the social distancing until much later and I'm not sure every state even is right now. Question Mark Question Our guy. They give I. Red State, or a blue state right so. Yeah I've definitely I mean I haven't been keeping like total track of all the states, but the overall news I've been getting from the states is that it's kind of a mix you know some places are already now talking, but all right. We're GONNA open up in. The economy again in other places just say you know I. Mean California in general I think he's been pretty tight and obviously like New York. State is going through kind of the worst of it from what I known, so they're not in any way being like all right next week. We're Kinda. But yeah, it definitely seems like it's a bit of a mix. So in terms of I know you have one kid, right? I've got one. Well. I've got three kids, but I've got one kid who is of school age. Lives here with with me and not got an older one is. I mentioned. WHO'S IN SEATTLE? He's thirty than I have a college age. Son Who is home sheltering in place with us. So yeah, and and you know so so we were sort of running the gamut. My my thirty year old is the director of volunteers at a homeless shelter in Seattle. So some stuff. That's coming out of there. They're having A. Hard time making some decisions and figuring out how they're going to serve everybody. And then, and then my middle son might twenty three year old. We really don't know day-to-day if he's going to be going to. College again in the fall You know it senior year, so this is going to. In some way, affected studies You know and then and then my little one. They, they're calling it remote learning..
"moon bay" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal
"Thank you everybody for joining us today. Or tonight whatever it is where you're watching this. And welcome to another the Tokyo talk sessions around a basically our new. And dealing with this pandemic in everybody's little pocket of the world, and so. I WANNA I WANNA. Thank you for joining me as well. This is the first time we've talked I've I've known you off or online for a little bit but a privilege. Maybe introduce yourself. And My name is Stacey Owens. And I live in the San. Francisco Bay area. My next question was going to be wear. You know I guess. I didn't. I think you're the first person so her. I've talked to in in the bay area. Funny enough my My partner did a piece recently. She writes through one of the national papers here in Vietnam and she did a piece about them. There were two women that own I. THINK IT'S A. Photo Hanoi or annoy or something like these two restaurants in. The San Jose. Bay Area, Okay Yeah. Yeah, and so I she was wondering like. Always saying Oh, I, think people just call it the bay area and I had to look up. What exactly is the bay area? Could it wasn't sure if like San Jose was in it It's seven counties. In San Francisco is. Worldwide City here Oakland. San Jose or other major cities. Around here it's all the bay area but we call San Francisco the city and then Oakland in that area around there the east, Bay and San Jose area around there are the South Bay. I am I'm next to the Ocean just about twenty minutes south of San Francisco and this is called the peninsula. Okay. But it was I. Mean obviously. There's a Lotta great stories coming up missing people being creative, wanting to help and everything And so this woman basically decided that like since she had the shutter restaurant down, she thought okay. Well I can donating some money to the hospital whatever she said I can just make meals at my employees will be able to..
"moon bay" Discussed on KGO 810
"Call one eight hundred nine nine five hush or visit handle re hotel dot com we have patchy fog in its thinking places in fact at zero visibility being reported in Santa Rosa and half moon bay and we have thick fog over the baby Bridgette toll plaza and parts of San Francisco as well it's gonna be clear elsewhere sunny throughout the day highs bump in seventy again today I'm but Burkhart now that strong and getting to know been talking about twenty minutes or so now I don't know what he called a touchdown dancer Nehring of the grievances are I don't know what's the best way to describe it I think either one would be fairly accurate the it hasn't been quite as savages I'd hoped for I think he's just riding so high it's tough to work up anger when everything's going your way he has I've been listening during the commercial break and he's been talking about how it's all politics and phony and and they were pissed because they lost the election at center at center of it it never really reach the level of this will be talking about for the next two weeks stuff okay fine he's been present Mitch McConnell and house Marty is in let's just jump in then and listenable this were told our producers getting kind of goods or we go straight and I appreciated mentioned is also given as one ninety one now ninety one federal judges one ninety one.
Champion pumpkins and a record avocado
"Double risk automated they pick the winner which comes in at eighteen hundred thirty two point five pounds a couple hundred pounds more than the mini Cooper automobile not bad for a champion the pumpkin grown by Edwin pure pot wonder if you've got a garage to keep at it harvest time ahead we have some produce winners in half moon bay California Leonardo your Rita of napa has grown a pumpkin weighing two thousand one hundred seventy five pounds but it's not a record however in Wailuku Hawaii market Juliet book TV have grown a world's record five point six pound
"moon bay" Discussed on KGO 810
"Half moon bay because of signal lights being out and out of San Francisco northbound one ones jam from Cesar Chavez to the bay bridge in our weather forecast is calling for another windy day tomorrow and gusty Wednesday morning temperatures in the mid sixties to the mid seventies to in this Sunday from eight AM until nine AM on KGO eight ten A. M. for the purity products show where you'll learn about intelligent nutrition solutions that Sunday from eight AM until nine AM the purity products show on KGO join NFL network insider Ian Rapoport for rap sheet and friends the weekly podcast that puts you on the sidelines in my world you're looking for any clue right and how to break it Connie was going on and how are you get your insight from the same guy the league does rap sheet and friends from the Westwood One broadcast network we're the conversation starts Bernie Sanders recent hard procedure reminded chip over here see the the Seinfeld where they dropped a junior B. and went inside the person I'm sorry course our phone lines went up because they were junior mints it's delicious dear you swear to god I can quote the entire constitution verbatim from memory and no one was able to get the wrong thing sure never miss Seinfeld chips priorities in order weekdays three to six on KGO eight ten this is Franklin shot changing eight ten and streaming online KGO radio dot com join the conversation at eighty eighty eight cents now chip Franklin KGO eight ten this is the you don't take trump out of his safe zone well I say I was really bummed that he didn't throw the first pitch that would been batting his man boobs shake when he tries to get it there I mean I just wanna see ever seen him like when he drinks a glass of water you just two hands like a five year old he would have taken the pitching kind into pushed out like that now that was a lease more they were smart not to do that now but I was I started to try thrown to it's just not easy.
Pigeon Point Lighthouse to be restored in $9 million upgrade
"A historical light house in San Mateo county is set to get much needed repairs now that the state of California has pledged more than nine million dollars to help renovate the pigeon point light house repairs are slated to begin next spring or summer and last roughly a year the light house has been guiding ships along the San Matteo coastline between Santa Cruz and half moon bay for nearly one hundred fifty years but for almost twenty years the tower has been closed to the public after falling into disrepair construction is slated to begin next year and last about a year but more work remains to be done there is roughly another seven million dollars needed to repair the bottom of the White House and other improvements not part of this
"moon bay" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"There's still so many questions in these rocks sex, I in times just to be studying. So we have a big win jail a big gap in our understanding of early earth. And the moon preserves that history, did all of this stuff come from how to form what was the process. Does it happen all the time across the universe? Or are we somehow unique or at least unusual? What does it all? Mean I'm Katie Atkinson. And this is NASA. Explorers. Apollo where we tell stories about our moon and the people who explore it. Recorders running. Eastern traveled to the moon bay explored. It's mysterious surface oil cake. Looking at it is. Okay, let me persona before you start whacking. Okay. Oh, yeah..
New $110K Lincoln Continental Sold Out in 2 Days
"So this dogs running around the inside of the RV at attended. Somehow gets behind the wheel of the RV steps on the gearshift switch and all of a sudden, the thirty eight foot RV is in reverse. And it's going right into the water. And it continues and continues and pretty much that whole thing is covered in water that RV turned into a boat. And it's all a video because there's a guy who's already launched his boat. He's got his gopro. Cameron catches the whole thing. Yeah. He's getting show L. What is it? What you guys blaming blaming things other than yourselves? We had that story last week about the guy who illegally shot a deer in the off season. And blamed it on his wife because she wanted dear mate right now, we have this guy. And this argument the dog sends his RV into the end of the lake and now it's dogs fault blaming the dog that's low. Okay. I'm reading a story here. This is if you're feeling down a bird out might be time to get back to nature. They say fishing is probably the want the best thing you can do for your mental health. Patching. Several researchers have looked into the health benefits connected to spending time out in nature. Well, yeah. Hello. This. And if you do go out to nature just like cell phone off. Yeah. Right tablet off. There was a great by speaking of tablets. There was a great moment in that game where the patriots yesterday. Bella check the coach he was upset about a call. Some of you probably saw this. He was upset about a call, and he takes out his tablet, which obviously at photographs of the call and he shows them to the sideline raff. He's like come over here. Look at any he's showing the wrath how he blew the call. He's got the photograph right there. Rate and the ref doesn't care. The ref. Does what they do with it. You could read his lips drops an F bomb. He takes that tablet, edges smashes it on the ground. So what are those things? Go for candies. You smashed Betty picks it up and he throws it towards the stands. I mean, it's hilarious. Oh, I'm seeing this now. Oh, good. There's video. Oh, yeah. Bill Belichick destroys helpless Microsoft surface on sideline. Those are not cheap. It was hilarious. Oh, crazy smashes that thing to the ground. Shucks. It Chuck's it, right? Over the bench towards the stands. I don't know. How far flew flu bell check gets sued because he took somebody out the Tampa, a tablet Bella checks needs to do. I know he won't because he's already working at the Super Bowl, but Bill place right after the Super Bowl, just go fishing because it's great for your mental health. Right. It's really really good for it's gonna make you live longer based off of where your blood pressure. Probably hanging out. Several researchers has looked at the health benefits connected to spending time in nature study specifically which was published in the research journal bioscience found the daily exposure to nature can among other things help reduce feelings of stress and even improve your self esteem. This this is like a no da come on, folks. Please. Next. We're going to tell us we have to drink water to stay hydrated. Well, I think that's when you look at what's going on in some urban areas around America, and and people are just out of their minds crazy there rioting or fighting or doing this. They're doing that to get in trouble, dude. Just pick up and go go to the beach. Yeah. Go to the beach camping trip, man. Just get get in your car and drive to the ocean. Go to go to ocean beach. Go to Pacifica Half Moon bay drive to Santa Cruz, just Stinson beach, something make some positive connections with things that aren't technical nature or another person actually have a conversation. I mean, there are so many people I know who fish really and truly just to turn off the world. I know so many surfers it's just it's their way of escaping reality. Right. I just want to go out there of meditation. Oh, it is. It is because it's you you certainly see how small you are compared to the world, right? Yes. You're just kind of bobbing in the ocean. And you're just okay. Maybe things aren't so bad after all really and truly good get out there in a nature. I tell ya Abella check YouTube Katie is going to get that video blog SF dot com. So you could see it for yourself. Steve Moore chief economist is going to be with us in the next half hour. Got a weather report that I think you're going to enjoy as well if you'd like the dry weather, plus katie's headlines and traffic KFI to
Miramontes retired basketball coach Tom Blackwood was larger than life
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information. Miramonte as retired basketball. Coach Tom Blackwood was larger than life about thirty. Former Miramonte tame male basketball players ages thirty to fifty showed up for open gym at their alma mater, intervene data on Friday night. They weren't there to play Hines or relive glory days. Instead, they ran the Olympic drill three men weaves, and the famed Mira Monte muscle layup line after two hours the last thing, these professional sorts with impressive degrees and young families. Did was gathering a circle, but their hands together up high and in unison bellowed one two three together. It was just like they did as high school players every day after school after each practice each time out each game for their team for their school for each other for their coach Tom Blackwood coach thirty eight varsity seasons. Nineteen sixty five to two thousand three and racked up six league titles. A north coast section crown in nineteen ninety eight and six. Hundred thirty eight victories, the six most in state history at the time of his retirement. He was a fiery passionate and personal sort who wore his heart on his sweat suit. Adored his players in the game and worked relentlessly and meticulously at his craft last month. Blackwood died from complications from pneumonia following Panama Canal, spring cruise one of the bay area's most respected basketball coaches was eighty one. The public is invited to pay respects at Blackwood from two to six PM Sunday in a celebration for life at the Claremont hotel on Friday, his former players celebrated their coach and mentor at his second home, the hardwood. It wasn't the prettiest basketball. But we were all there together to honor him said blackwoods oldest son Justin a two time all league player. Most of the guys have very busy lives. So to be their mental lot coach Blackwood meant so much to Chris Kunar, a nineteen Eighty-six all northern California forward who is now a lawyer in Oakland. He loved being a coach it was what he was born to do Kunar said. He was the best in game. Coach I was ever part of he constantly outcoached. Other teams we always exceeded our limitations because of him his team invariably prepared just in Blackwood often would join his dad's scouting teams even against opponents. The matadors were supposed to beat handily. He always respected his opponent. And always had us prepared. Justin said it was a labor of love. He always told me how much he loved going to work just inside. It wasn't just an act he genuinely loved to coach and teach. He never went through the motions Blackwood was born and raised in San Francisco, but moved to other ten he was the three sport star at Menlo Atherton and inducted into the school's hall of fame as an athlete. He was also inducted into Miramonte as I hall of fame class two years ago. Besides his big personality. It was the little things that made him. So successful Kunar said like filling out longhand every scoresheet every game. He total up our averages. And we know exactly where we stood. He did bring on Doug sense to be a score. Keeper in the early. Nineteen seventies sends a former aquatic athlete at Miramonte new little about basketball for the first couple of years. He wouldn't let me right in the names in the books and said after three years, he finally let me I knew I had finally made it in the eyes of Tom Blackwood. The two were inseparable over the next thirty years. Tom was larger than life sent said he was everything you wanted in a coach he cared about all his players as individuals far away from the court. That's a big reason why he got the best out of kids as athletes he genuinely cared not just for his team either. He worked with kids from all over that was backed by coaches throughout the bay area. He was the class guy who always had kind word or was willing to help said NCIS assistant Commissioner Pat creek shank who coached at San Leandro, inheritance, Brentwood, said former Half Moon bay and reorder head coach rich fours, lend always gracious retirement at I was tough Blackwood was seen. Almost every big game around the bay area. But ultimately left that circle to travel the world with girlfriend, Jerry Owings the last decade of his life. They were reunited at his fiftieth. Menlo Atherton class reunion. He lived life to the fullest Kunar said he lived the life we dreamed. He was the spice of life, max prep, senior writer Mitch Stevens covers high school sports for the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information.
US Judge: Housing funds for Puerto Ricans who fled Hurricane Maria must end
"A federal judge is rejecting a request to extend housing, assistance for Puerto Ricans displaced by hurricane Maria NPR's Greg Allen reports FEMA subsidies for Puerto Ricans living in temporary housing will now end in two weeks. More than one thousand Puerto Ricans on the island and in twenty seven states. Are still receiving Housing. Assistance from FEMA the aid program has been extended. Four times since it was I put in place after hurricane Maria in a ruling in Worcester. Massachusetts US district judge Thomas Hillman denied a request. By attorneys representing displaced Puerto Ricans for a further eight extension the judge to the program would. Continue until September thirteenth to give evacuees time to make other housing arrangements judge home and said FEMA has. Provided all these systems required by law it's possible some Puerto Ricans may be left homeless however the judge, writes the court can order that defendants to do that which inter humanitarian and carrying world should be done it can only order the defendants to do. That which law requires