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"music center" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"That was wonderful and thanks for sharing your work at community music center today. We're gonna make sure that everyone who's listening. Has your contact information websites social media so they can follow reading music center productions and hopefully get engaged took a class donate donate an instrument and of course support your mission. Thank you so much george and thank you everyone for listening at home. We can't wait to meet you..
"music center" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"A stair you'll get to meet our community and just having that support means a lot and if this all sounds good to pass on the word you know let your friends know that this is something that you heard about. Our strongest marketing tool is word of mouth. We've known that for a long time. So those are some ways folks can help one of the things that you provide instruments so if someone has an old instrument that's collecting dust and closet and the garage. Can they donate that. They can we right now being really careful just with sort of the health restrictions and wanting to make sure that folks aren't coming into contact to close if you have an instrument that is taking up space on your shelf and you think that it's in good shape it can benefit another student. Please reach out and contact us and for those who are interested in taking lessons bits. Thank gosh. I don't have an instrument. Do offer very low cost or free instrument rentals this well so folks can inquire about that when they reject to us. That's great so final question. Would you see as some of the positive things that could come out of this crisis to support performing arts organizations like yourself and get people engaged our youth and families especially low income communities. I think that that is the question that we are all wrestling with right now. Where have all the bright spots in. What can we keep from this time. As we sort of imagine transitioning back into a more normal world for us learning that music can be learned successfully online has been kind of revelation after doing business. The way we had for hundred years so i imagine that we would like to keep a virtual presence online particularly as it relates to the hundreds of performances that we share in our concert hall typically every year. You know i'd love to see us. Keep those streams flowing. So folks from all over can continue to partake in free concerts. I also think we're learning a lot from.
"music center" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Think developing that new teaching style in what's needed online has been really important than once we were able to say okay. Folks are feeling more comfortable. they're feeling more grounded. It's been a few weeks or months. We started focusing on what is so important at c. m. c. which is our community and we wanted to create ways to build virtual community so early in the pandemic that was weekly sing alongs that were led by to our faculty. Artists maestro curtis in their family. Doing this note sing alongs. Early childhood classes led by daniel fabricate making musical storytime accessible every week we started to think about what performance opportunities we could provide for our students and that really culminated i in field day and in virtual recitals. That have gone on. We also really recognize that in our community particularly in the mission district. Folks are really struggling and so we wanted to find ways to give back and support the community. We were able to do a co fundraiser. With carnival and support the mission food hub by presenting some performances that we shared a while ago ellison dilemmas yawn. Which was you know. Sort of the story of the mission and we celebrated that back in our ninety fifth anniversary. We did a brief broadcast and a fundraiser. Around that and it's really been taking off from there you know. I think it's been almost a year of us working completely online and while we've had lots of bright spots we acknowledged that this is tough. It's tough for folks to be sort of isolated from one another so we've really tried to create ways where people can still meet still get together still experience that stirring passion that music brings and to keep learning sort of while we're starting to gradually prepare for what it will look like when we return to our campus. So that's sort of been the remote portion. I also think one of the things that himse is doing in partnership with other organizations around the mission our partners at jamestown community center in local blow. Go in with dance. Mission is we are hosting community hubs where students. Who are you know. Some of the most in need students in san francisco or coming to our site in person five days a week getting support with their distance learning getting other supports that are needed by their families including nutrition support and things of that nature and they're also doing immersive music and dance and art making and this is part of their everyday experience giving them that socialization that students are so missing right now and really giving them an opportunity to have a little bit of normalcy and another wise really unusual and really tough time though as part of your virtual experience or you have a big program coming up in february understand well on free classes. I think you said yes. That's right so seems is doing something it's never done before and thinking about it from obviously our lens of access to also wanting to expand our community right now because in some ways the online environment has allowed us to reach people who never would have been in contact with emc before so we are offering a free lessons february where anyone can sign up to take a free lesson of their choosing in the month of february..
How the San Francisco Comunity Music Center is thriving in the pandemic
"Of our counters died from complications due to hiv and aids. I'm the remaining survivor. There are many who supported a stirring that time but having navigated losing dancers choreographers audience members weekly similar to what we're seeing now and yet the differences so many people were unaware and didn't care you can tell. The pain still sits with me the trauma and i think that we are in that now. We will be in that period of time. I would say decades of time where we will be sitting with. What wasn't done. What was left unsaid. What was not attempted for the safety of people over profit. This is the co founder and executive director of dancers group wayne hazard. The dancer group was born in the middle of the aids crisis and has over the decades into a service organization providing wrap around fiscal sponsorship programs and services to incubate and support artists and the dance community as well as their historical roots at presenting unique grassroots base. Dance to the san francisco bay area. I'm joined remotely via zoom by wayne hazard the executive director of dancers group. Thanks for being here win. Thanks george it's my pleasure on martin luther king junior day twenty twenty one yes quite a solemn day and quite a powerful day so segue to our first question. Which is i think. The audience probably doesn't know dance group which is an interesting can of service group model. So if you could give us a little background on the dancers group and some of the really unique the of eighteen programs while it's my favorite topic obviously vance's group has been around since nineteen eighty two and we were founded in san francisco's mission district. We really started out. As a collective of choreographers of dance makers looking to have support space and camaraderie and ways to be in relationship to one. Another and really. That hasn't changed thirty nine years later. I like to call us now. Hybrid organization. Because i think it kind of clicks with people one and two. It's kind of what we do in terms of providing direct services to dance makers dancers those interested in dance and we also present dance at timmy's and i say that in that way because we do commissioning of work but we also have large programs of the your leg bay area dance week where pretty The pandemic we had twenty two thousand people in the spring. Take free dance. Classes all over the bay area from hip hop to who led to back to tap to beginning movement classes. Were children to adults. Dance for people with parkinson's you name it. We probably haven't morale-booster over the years so the services we do really are about you know supporting people where they are classes. Discounts performance information discounts on those and. Then we provide direct services to dance makers through our fiscal sponsorship program. We have over one hundred and twenty five dance companies dance projects that fundraise under us so each year close to one point. Five million raised less than we redistribute through expenses back to those entities where over generally pandemic times of three hundred thousand people attend those company and artists activities classes and performances though this last going on ten months with covid nineteen and so much of obviously performing arts and dance especially is a personal experience. How has the dance group dealt with the covid nineteen and economic meltdown. And then how do you feel like. It's impacted all of the dozens of dance. Performance groups that you incubate and work with big question. I'll start by saying that. Dancers groups founders along with myself win through the aids pandemic in the early eighties. All the way into the nineties and still continuing today as a worldwide pandemic beget really not seeing that way. Because of i think broadly and it's changed a bit but seeing as a gay male disease. Two of our founders died from complications hiv and aids. I'm the remaining survivor. There are many who supported a stirring that time but having navigated losing dancers choreographers audience members weekly similar to what we're seeing now and yet the differences so many people were unaware and didn't care you can tell. The pain still sits with me the trauma and i think that we are in that now. We will be in that period of time. I would say decades of time where we will be sitting with what was done what was left unsaid. What was not attempted for the safety of people over prophet so specifically to your question. I think one of the first things we did as an organization is aboard said. Are you okay and we. We talked a lot. We said to staff your job is there. We like many organizations applied for support both private foundations and others to help us navigate this time. We are very fortunate in the bay area to have major foundations. Like the hewlett some rain ins and haase's and fly checkers Really step forward and then we just looked at getting information out early on also. Many organizations were creating cove relief funds and the area had going. i and i was approached by a donor. Saying here's a large took money. Let's get this out to dancers. And i said well what if we join forces with theatre bay area would if we not created just one more fun but just was able to get more money to one fund and so the funder liked that the donor like that theatre bay area. Love that inter music. Sf joined as well and so there's a performing arts workers relief fund on theatre bay area dot org site it's also on dancers
"music center" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"So we work with their matchy program as well as some other site specific programs you know we as i mentioned have a really robust partnership with senior centers all around the city where we're offering tuition require programs for adults for being kind of best kept secret organization. I think we're really reaching a lot of people and have had the opportunity to rethink. What it is we do in this really tough time with the pandemic in speaking of which how has covid nineteen impact that the operations of the community music center as we were speaking before so much of the experience of arts and culture specifically music is the in person experience yes and cmc until last march. Our work was in person. It was sort of that. In-person relationship in transformative moments. That happen when you're making music with and for us it has completely changed the way that we operate. When the shelter in place order came forward in march we sat down at the table as a staff with faculty and said. How are we going to do this. And everybody was just ready to jump into the unknown. They were ready to move forward so we took a weekend and the very first started was around. How do we get all of our teachers and students online learning together. What platforms are working. Well what can we offer in the matter of a weekend. We got our teachers online. And we really focused on connectivity and just making sure everyone was getting together they knew how to use the software. I had never expected in any point for cnc to run it operation. But we were offering trainings for our faculty and for students to really be able to use zoom and facetime and you know the other platforms that have limitations but once we sort of moved through that first phase of just connecting. We then focused on the pedagogy right because it's a completely different experience. Learning music online with one. Another as opposed to learning in one of our classrooms are in our concert hall and so as we were thinking with the faculty in what needs to change in terms of how are bringing students into lessons than our faculty..
"music center" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Your host. This episode is part of our series exploring covid nineteen impact on nonprofits and small businesses in the san francisco bay area back in april of twenty twenty when we decided to create this ongoing series on covid nineteen impact i or nonprofits and then on small businesses in the san francisco bay area. We like you had no idea how long the pandemic would go on. And what the health and economic impact would be in our community going into twenty twenty one. The pandemic is now killing more people shutting down more nonprofits and small businesses on with wiping out the livelihoods of families neighborhoods and communities. We will continue to shine a spotlight on the nonprofits and small businesses that make up the fabric of our community along with the founders and staff who are struggling to deal with the impact of the covid nineteen pandemic on their operations services is an ability until we can all get to the other side of the pandemic along the way we will also share with you all the amazing solutions that are nonprofits. Small businesses foundations and government leaders are working on to help us all get to the other side of the pandemic and come together to rebuild our communities with more economic social and environmental quality. We are hosting community. Where students who are you know. Some of the most in need students in san francisco coming to our site in person five days a week getting support with their distance. Learning getting other supports that are needed by their families including nutrition support and things of that nature and they're also doing immersive and dance and art making and this is part of their everyday experience. It's giving them net socialization. That students are so missing right now and really giving them an opportunity to have a little bit of normalcy in an otherwise really unusual in really tough time. This is the executive director of the community. Music center julie react steinberg. Who wanted to feature the community music center because it is an anchor in arts and culture ecosystem that has been supporting the training cultivation and celebration of music from children to seniors since nineteen twenty one. I'm joined.
"music center" Discussed on The Tapes Archive
"Made it so that it's it's not just a place to go and read but it's an interactive site. Can you talk a little bit about your thinking on that. And what you're hoping to get because Tell stories so they can say. I went to a david boies through my met. My wife there are still you know or they can talk about the meat again hale and went backstage and they can cover stories because each listings has the blonde on there where you can could cut your story. And when we go into the more info section of each thing gone trying to collect. The backstage passes the tickets the posters and photographs. Let's talk a bit about deer creek. Indianapolis is pretty conservative was pretty conservative city and i always had the impression i mean. Deer creek was a bit of a fight right to to get it built. The grateful dead coming was a bit of a fight to get them permission to have them here. Talk about how you navigate the political and personal situation state to get things done here any deer creek done. It took us three years. Who on the side became full. History was nineteen seventy eight gave. Joe is said. These ample theaters are doing pretty well. On the said he tried pine knob the huge business and so dana detroit in nineteen seventy eight. Look at on on. We were disappointed because we saw much would cost to build an amphitheater. A major undertaking and seventy eight. There's no way we could come up with seven or eight or ten million dollars to build a dam so we came back and we made a deal with the sports center and we started doing summer. Concert series at the art center. Did back food. Ten years. I think or gordon der happened and we started looking for. They'll and look the westfield. Indiana was our first location and we rezoning meetings and published means with the local people and in trying to build a waste treatment plant in the middle of shopping centers. Nobody wanted to near them. That.
"music center" Discussed on The Tapes Archive
"Sunshine promotions. Just before. I started promoting join dave and chill in summer seventy four. I kept all my calendar of not my calendars from nineteen seventy two arm and sunshine. We kept records because we were always competing with other promoters. We always need to reference where we did van halen and maybe not pushing evansville wing on these dates. You know it's kind of our day you know. Why would you give it to them. That you know we were the history where the promoter record with orders and we check. The record of the artist of boo was the opening act with the attendance was with the grocery seats. Were and how much we pay the artist so all that information is also in there which is something otherwise would never be known interesting are rolling stone show paid fifty thousand dollars in nineteen seventy five. It's interesting that we paid. Acdc two hundred.
Chase Rice criticized for packed concert
"Is all kinds of ticked off at Chase Rice. Now for a point of reference here, play a little something from Kelsea. Ballerini. Kyle. I've heard this before that is familiar with her. Definitely heard that other song from Chase Rice, both pretty big names and current country music Will chase Rice did a concert at Tennessee's Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary concert venue over the weekend. Let me repeat that venue name one more time. If you thought the Ah, the rule of home Mortgage Music center was a mouthful. The Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary concert venue over the weekend. Chase Rice did a show and this was the first time I believe he'd been back on stage in front of a live crowd in a while. And some pictures of this event started going around social media pictures and video and it looked like the joint was pretty full and people were shoulder to shoulder, you know. Packed all in there. Nobody wearing a mask. The way concerts used to feel right. So his pictures are going around all over the place of this concert he did in Tennessee. Well. Kelsea Ballerini. She didn't like it. She got her undies in a wad here. This was the tweet that Kelsea Ballerini put out along with a picture of what was happening at the concert. Imagine being selfish enough to put thousands of people's health at risk, not to mention the potential ripple effect and play a normal all kinds. All capital letters normal country countered right now at Chase Rise music we all want and need to tour. I guess we just care about our fans and our family's enoughto Wait.
Coronavirus pandemic: California calls for ban on large events
"In an attempt to slow the spread of the virus state officials today called for the cancellation or postponement of public gatherings with more than two hundred and fifty people through at least the end of March. The touring production of Hamilton at the pantages. On hold and the Music Center in downtown. La has shut down as have most venues throughout the region. Danny Feldman is the producing artistic director of one of those theaters. The Pasadena playhouse Danny. Welcome back to the show. Thank you John. Thanks for having me so. The state has called for gatherings of more than two hundred and fifty people to be canceled or postponed for venues that have current shows up or might have shows coming up. What are the factors that might weigh in on the decision? The theaters here in Los Angeles particularly the theaters and performing art centers. We've actually been in contact for several weeks now. more contact than I think we've ever had or I've ever had with our colleagues Discussing that exact question. What what are the criteria for US making change? We don't WanNa make which is which is cancelling performances on our stages. And we've really all I've been guided together by looking to the government looking to the county officials Barbara Ferrara the health department to give us guidance on when public gathering we'll be limited. The playhouse happens to be dark until late. May when you have the perspective of not having to make an immediate decision and talk to your theater colleagues about what they're facing. What kind of perspective does that give you in terms of how you go about making this decision? Yeah while while we don't have a main stage production we actually have about fifteen different events Between now and then May when our next season show comes in so we were looking at it as well of all those individual events as well as community events but It's not just about ticket sales on that side of it and serving our communities but we have a lot of people are artists or crew. Just the theater community who make a living when we have shows and who don't make living when we don't have shows So these are very challenging complex decisions and we really were relying on the government issuing a recommendation. So I think you'll see a lot of motion now that that has happened. So what you're touching on is a particular problem because if you're not getting the income from ticket sales you don't have the money to pay staff and actors and yet those actors and staff don't have income so what happens are people just left in the lurch. How can any arts organization go about pain? People who are suddenly unemployed. That's that's the question. Particularly nonprofit organizations right Typically nonprofits do not have reserves like many businesses to weather a storm of a very significant loss of income At this point. The governor's recommendation is through the end of March. We don't have guidance beyond that we are planning for beyond that personally. I've been through some thing not to the scale. But in New York I was running an off Broadway theatre at the time of the hurricane that struck New York and we were down for quite some time. and lessons learned from that about circling our wagons reaching out to our communities and to our supporters and asking them to step up and away and I see just sort of looking around the corner of what's to come. I think that will be one hundred percent necessary in this case for our Los Angeles cultural institutions. So there is the moral thing about what you can and cannot do. Then there's the legal question of what you can and are maybe obligated to do. Have you looked at all about whether or not you're contractually obligated to pay artists for shows that might be coming up or might be cancelled. Yeah I mean every. I won't speak on on other theaters but most of the professional theaters. You know have as little as two weeks notice of of saying. We're canceling the show if you think about a a producer putting up a closing notice because the show's not selling tickets the businesses designed to be flexible in that way With crew calls and all of that so there a couple of weeks that that are provided for flexibility. But nothing longer than
"music center" Discussed on WTVN
"The St Boise de Becker blossom music center July twenty eighth the appearance part of their DNA world tour which also features the office here in South America Australia and Canada tickets go on sale at noon I'm feeling times date this Friday at livenation dot com they sold Cornell into another event coming to Ohio the price is right live it'll be returning in Columbus on March twentieth tickets range between forty and fifty nine dollars that can be purchased at the capitated center over the phone or online for more days listen to the daily diet the big news stories explained it not shouted listen to the daily diet each day on the I heart radio up or wherever you get your favorite podcasts I'm Sarah leave hi I'm doctor John Johnson a dentist with Midwest bio health when you're faced with the need for a dental implant we have options and I'm here to tell you why ceramic implants are superior thirty years ago I started doing ceramic dentistry and noticed how the gum tissue love this material when ceramic implants were approved by the FDA in two thousand and six I jumped on the opportunity to start using them over the past fourteen years I have seen the health and cosmetic advantage of this material the excellent gum tissue response around ceramic implants and how the bone grows to the surface of the implant a healthy cuff of gum tissue is key to long term preservation of your implants in medicine when we are forced to replace body parts we should consider the use of materials that most closely match the body's own substance the compatibility of ceramic implants coupled with the natural look and feel make it clear why ceramic dental implants are the best implant option for more information and before and after photos good a Midwest ceramic implants dot com that's Midwest ceramic implants dot com product.
"music center" Discussed on KTRH
"Childhood with BJ Thomas it was an interesting Houston music center BJ Thomas came up some guys who were his peers who went on to be great writers in national mark James was born in Houston France is Rodney Zamboni mark he recorded suspicious but it did not have commercial success of the year later in sixty nine and the rest as they say is history our James also wrote hooked on a feeling this is a big hit for BJ Thomas Sunday sun rise for Brenda Lee the blues which is the title track to Presley's last studio but his greatest success in one of the most beautiful songs in any genre of all time always on my which was a B. side for Elvis Presley in nineteen seventy two can you I don't like a lot of covers but I gotta tell you what your group's cover suspicious minds is fantastic and Willys cover of always on my mind is also fantastic I never liked the song I actually was I'm not really a synth pop fan I just want to this office yeah don't that don't that that out of the podcast I don't want that save for posterity the president said.
"music center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Rob Williams newsradio seven hundred WLW Malcolm his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center advanced dentistry are you afraid of the dentist to learn how IV sedation can change your life visit no fear status dot com sunshine is around this afternoon with highs in the mid forties tonight stays mostly clear with a low of twenty seven degrees and this will lead to some frost as a kick off Wednesday forecast Wednesday still looking like the coldest day of the work week with a high of forty but we will see plenty of sun from your severe weather station I'm not first warning meteorologist Jennifer catch mark newsradio seven hundred WLW radio show scattered clouds it is forty nine degrees news is a service of life center organ donor network an update on the plush family wrongful death lawsuit filed against the city of Cincinnati and some city employees we just spoke with the bailiff for judge Robert rolled in she says that a document posted on the head of the county clerk of courts web site is a proposed ruling as the city is asking for the case to be dismissed no official ruling has been made yet as the family of Kyle plush suits for damages the sixteen year old died in his van despite calling nine one one for help twice Cutler one county businessman is scheduled to be sentenced today Doug Evans faces prison time after being found guilty of fraud prosecutors been recommending that the owner of Evans landscaping go to prison for five years for setting up a phony corporation to win minority contracts for his business a blast of seventies music this summer in Ohio right Eric and summer tour of blossom music center in Cuyahoga falls July twenty first with another big seventies at later in the summer the Tories Cincinnati September fourth at Riverbend music center hi Nick area and it's not just the seventy word also today cassia is going to perform at PNC pavilion may nineteenth tickets for that go on sale Friday also rascal Flatts announcing a farewell tour that will bring them to the area as well on Wall Street right now the Dow down ninety seven points nasdaq up for the S. and P. down seven news radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports there's a red gem date the Reds caravan is set to kick off on January sixteenth through the eighteenth the north two or one now feature.
"music center" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"In the music centers and why E. LA celebration is expanding to seven city blocks we have stressed another block west's I'm taking over the music center plaza so that is open an active with music and food it's also great viewing spot and then we're also stretching south down to third and Broadway so the physical footprint of the space is larger and can accommodate those who want to ring in the new ticket Julie diamond as a director of Grant Park we just keep seeing the about growing every year the audiences take up and up and we're hearing from people that they're making this tradition with their families and their friends and so we're trying to fit and stay one step ahead of the curve and make sure we've got the room for everyone more than fifty thousand people are expected to attend the downtown LA celebration there will be all kinds of music from bond that too if I get done among the artists performing the pan African peoples orchestra or arc it's an honor to play for so many people on such a big stage such a you know cool event bandleader makayla session yes we will bring the energy to the bankers and you know leave a lasting impression that's that's kind of the the the game plan the party starts at eight tonight and goes until one in the morning it's free and family friendly no blues club yet this guitar KNX ten seventy newsradio Glendale police arrested to smoke shop clerks on suspicion of selling tobacco in vaping products to minors an anonymous tip led to the investigation which began back in September Glendale police sergeant Dan subtle sells good at school district officials told officers these products were making their way into the schools one of the largest concerns that our community has you know we want to keep these products is the best we can out of our schools he says this was especially concerning all the news recently of vaping related illnesses to clerk foreign booked into jail but will have to appear in court and the going to pass on the one on one north to burn got a soul a car crash their human extract of traffic is coming up in for but it's it's eleven eleven well greens has great deals on the everyday essentials.
"music center" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"music center" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Mortgage music center I'll. Be excited I know I will Shelby Let's say your quarterback for your, Indianapolis. Colts Andrew lucked talking about the preseason game tonight in, Seattle kickoff at ten pm here, locally hammer sports brought to you by Royal spa relaxes way to end the day Royal. Spa it's been quite a number of days since Andrew luck has taken a snap at professional football, game hasn't five hundred eighty five to be. Precise Andrew luck took a snap against the Jags a couple years ago in the final week of the regular season and tonight five hundred eighty five days later he will return under. Center it's a big. Number that's a big number and that's a late, game ten o'clock. Tonight you're gonna stay up to watch it Would Ambien has to say Mr. Ambien has. In store for me tonight I at least got. The first quarter in me I think I can at. Least watch the first quarter so Andrew was speaking to the press the other day and for the first time, publicly, Andrew luck admitted that yes there was some time a few. Different moments during his rehab if he wondered if, he'd ever make it back there. Are one or two moments I wondered if I ever going to be. Able to do this again, I'm going to do again so certainly this isn't what I've been, working for the whole time but In the same vein it is. Another step yeah I wondered. That that every day for the pattern hundred and eighty five days, right We're gonna make it back or, is it just gonna as is it. I mean because Andrew lock does have. Other interests it's not like like this, interlocks. Life football but he is into. Other things right hiking in reading in soccer and world traveler, and Peyton Manning was just football football that's all he, lives and breathes now, I understand and that's all injured luck lives, and breathes but it just seemed to be like if you know. He. Never came back it'd be devastating about the. First six months and then, we'd seen hiking up. Mt. Everest or something like that right reading a book on top of Mount Everest while Listening to soccer. Coverage I found this to be exciting. Because you know me I'm a guy that one likes to eat to likes to drink and. Three likes to gamble so there's a chance I can combine all of those. Vices in one place Buffalo Wild Wings hut is exploring the possibility of letting customers bet on. Sports in their restaurants so sports gaming has been made illegal. By the supreme court they've made. It a state's issue a lot of states have. Already jumped on board New Jersey. Is in for one so if you live in a state where, there's Buffalo Wild Wings can. It has sports gambling the fine folks at b. dubs kind of want to turn it into a place where not only can you eat and drink. And watch the game you can put some. Money on. The beat upside already looks. Like a? Sports book, does it I mean all those TV's and it kind of looks like. A Vegas sports book I'm gonna tell you right now if sports, gambling comes to. Indiana which it should and we've laid out the case, time and time again On why. It should with the jobs and the. Revenue and? Everything else, that b. dubs it's across the street here from monument circle I'm going. To be like the norm from cheers in that place as soon, as the show. Ends at seven o'clock I'm gonna walk on their hands Hey oh man that's exciting I'm all in on that coming up here in. Just a little bits two words space force all baby big day. For space force news we'll have that right after, the local news with John Herrick.
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"That Moore off oh mortgage music center Tony cats On, Facebook Tony. Cats radio that is where find me We're keeping our eye on, what's going on in Ohio it. Was the special election the racist too close to call. They want to say the Republican is in the lead this is the race that Democrats are hoping. Would prove that that was indeed, a Blue Wave. Coming this was the dream come true Blue Wave race. We all start taking a look at result right now the Republican is in the. Lead about three thousand absentee and provisional. Ballots to count we think the Republican well. Pulled out the weirdest part is in Ohio, special, election they. Do it again in November A. Special election because the Kong's the Republican who. Had the job resigned in January They had to. Have a special election now even though they're going to do it again in November but this is the Democrats best chance to win the seat And it doesn't look like. It's going to go that way everything could, change I don't think that it will closer to home. West Nile virus in south bend it's never makes me happy I mean I think we've. Now got a. Little desensitized but still freaks me out that that West Nile exists Saint Joseph county. Health department saying that pools That's the mosquitoes are found in I'm sorry in pools of mosquitos mosquitos group is a pool I just thought it was disgusting I didn't I. Didn't I know that twenty seven Counties have mosquitoes carrying the disease so far no cases of West Nile virus have been confirmed, in human beings in the state as of yet I just want you to have something to be worried about, when you go outside because you don't have enough you'd have. Enough and. Lawmakers considering. Expanding the industrial hemp market Could not be happier About this right now it's just researchers institutions that are. Allowed to grow hemp, they the the committee the study, committee toward Purdue University check the program there to learn about the fibers and the, and how it's used whether it's clothing or whether it's for industrial use or some. Of the other uses a whole bunch of things I am thrilled by this give give farmers and other products. Growl product that's in demand approx. That has usefulness absolutely all over it. Could not be more, thrilled, that, it's. Going on look, at, us progressive Indiana some you know someone's, gonna say that right I just I just like the idea of. Farmers being able to grow products being able, to to grow what they want, to grow I. Think it's good for. Them I think it's. Good for the state we should. Stop saying oh. Ham, evil we should say. Oh ham has a tremendous number of uses and we should figure, out how to be the best at providing those? Uses not, only in the growing it but in the manufacturing distribution thereof it's. An industry let's go get it let's go get it. I'm happy to see, it happening the popcorn moment Rosie, o'donald she is special she is up next will not her the popcorn moment because, honestly what are the odds of hard coming in studio I mean she's invited be kind of an interesting interview Below awkward you'll be cringe-worthy why do it 'cause I do, it for you because I love you you know? What I, normally don't get this kind of a emotional You my boo Situated not, UMass bear you. You not not they're not bear wants to be my Bill and the answer's no. Mubarak stop it Stuffy make it awkward Every time you talk you silly every Does it ain't right. I tell you every time we talk I'm gonna, put you. Gonna put you my, pocket Tony cancer Awkward.
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"Why that. Rudolfo mortgage. Music center In football Walking out to the first practice or training camp Like it was a football game there was like there was an opening game or playoff Dan And I had to take a, moment Calm down. A little bit tough man that's, cool, you get to feel that. Again Andrew get the feel those butterflies so it's like a new. Lease on my. Football life from Albany that's Andrew luck and you hear him talk a training camp as they get ready, for this first preseason game in Seattle And you start to realize that the delay was on him You start, to understand that he rushed his own rehab. To get back and that's what causes stay out even longer and then you say to yourself So everything. That was said by jimmer say Was he not telling the truth or was he just protecting, a guy he knew would be back in didn't want him. To feel maybe worse than he was, feeling I'm going to. Get. Into this in the next hour I'm Tony cats great to be with you ninety three WIBC the phone number three one seven two three, nine, ninety three ninety three let me bring in Matt bear from the WABC traffic center because he was talking. About, what's going. On, on fall creek and nothing says hey come on down to the state, fair, a, like a giant hole on the way to the state. Fair no good Lord yeah that's how one of our listeners yesterday afternoon reported it as she said hey, man I'm trying to leave the state fair grains right now You know I raised pigs and all this other stuff and it was really cute call and. Then, she said there's a big. Hole in the, middle of fall creek. And I knew we, were already doing the lane restrictions but I didn't know it was that severe where they had, to cut a hole in the middle of the road near keystone. I drove, by it giant hole in the bucket is, it do Elisa okay firmed confirmed it is yeah so there's a big hole in the middle of phone creek and it's causing some lane restrictions and as. You can imagine Tony it's going to be banned for. The morning commute. Because this stretch of fall. Creek is bad to begin with okay, it's it's a, tough drive it really is. Especially. During rush hour but during the evening then you're talking about a couple of lane restrictions and you're talking about state fairground traffic in it's, going, to be getting really hard to get to the fairgrounds in fact the state fair in conjunction with citizens. Yesterday, put out. Some, rewrites of people coming to the fair that wanna park at the fair, newsflash, kind, of a spoiler alert they do not involve all Greek Oh from thirty eight the keystone do that. Stretch, of road and you can. Find those in the state fair dot. Com also have them, at WIBC traffic and we're gonna have a blog out here before too long details all this, but it's gonna be really hard on fair goers in the evening. But still, we encourage everybody to go still have a, good time because affairs awesome fall creek sucks that's now that's fall creek when does the new four sixty five stuff start that's gonna be in September okay I have three more weeks before that that's going to be happening there are you're talking about the south west. Side stretch you know. We're, talking about Harding. Street state route thirty seven men road in the part of the time the eastbound. Lanes are going. To be shut down in the other part of the time the westbound lanes are going to be shut down, that's what you're talking about right I I know zone I'm talking. About I asked you okay all right when you want to know what happened, in the Ohio primary. And the district you come. To me when I say what's going on for? Sixty five I come to. You Figured it out now now let's play it in, my head yeah, I'll make sure, we understand how people need to know the rules the roles rules hinders madness. Going on now you can find out more follow the blog over WABC dot com the traffic, Bob from a map bear also follow Matt and, traffic on Twitter WIBC traffic as well that special election in the twelfth I have got it and lots of people. Are going to cheer, and do, they know, what they're cheering for I have got the.
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"Music center. Speaking of thicker than smoke Alex stone is up in. Mendocino county with ABC news he'll be joining us Carla, Marinucci from politico cannabis. Supervisor David rabbit and, Justice gone, wild with. Attorney Tracy Correo short break we'll. Be back. On the, drive stay, tuned FM. News talk, radio, more, county one. Zero three. Five South County ninety four five. K s r The head of NASCAR stepping away following his drunken driving arrest on, New York's Long island in a statement Brian France apologized, to NASCAR fans after he was arrested Sunday for drunk driving in possession of oxycodone he said he would be, taking an indefinite leave of absence from his. Physician to focus on personal affairs his uncle Jim France. Takes over as interim chairman and CEO of NASCAR Brian France. Was driving at twenty seventeen Lexus in sag, harbor Sunday evening went. Police said he ran a stop sign while. Drunk officers found Oxy coat on pills during a subsequent search. ABC's Aaron Katersky President Trump reimposing economic sanctions on Iran three months after withdrawing the US from. The nuclear deal with Tehran. New rules from the Pentagon barring US troops and other. Personnel at sensitive basis worldwide or high risk war-zones from, using fitness tracker or. Cell phone apps that, can reveal, their location. In Colorado Springs a severe hailstorm. Hit the. Cheyenne Mountain, zoo eight, people taken. To hospital, with, varying, injuries Wall. Street the. Dow closed up forty Points Richard Cantu ABC news I'm Tom Busby CNBC Facebook's wants banks to, handover date about their customers and that's raising a lot of. Questions about security and privacy Facebook has been in touch with, Wells Fargo j. p. Morgan Chase and other lenders about forming partnerships to get Facebook users access to their Bank account. Info through its messenger app so far though none of, those. Big, banks has said yes meantime Wells Fargo admitting it made mistakes, in underwriting for home loans and it resulted in four. Hundred of its own customers wrongfully, foreclosed on Wall Street today notching a third day in. A row of modest gains thanks to more strong earnings and oil moving higher on, new US sanctions against Iran the. Dow today at thirty, nine the, NASDAQ up, forty seven Ingenuity the. CEO PepsiCo announcing he'll step down in October and the Princeton review. Crowning the university of Delaware, and it's blue hens as. The nation's number one. Party school..
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"The town of dairy in northern ireland met with me at the the cmc the contemporary music center in dublin let's get back to our interview we've heard two pieces from his walls of sound collection works that are built around recorded sound from the walled city of dairy so do you do this sort of thing a lot or do you do more kind of conventional composition on on pen on paper of mostly done pann on paper but have become more interested in working like less because i like the hands on directness of been able to work with the actual signed as it's going to be but i also have a background popular music so apply familiar with recording produced in my own records and all that kind of thing you know so it's quite an actual extensive lot to work on like this right so do you still working the pop world i i do you actually yes a few epr solo were with band solo and if a laptop project the moment her experimental for the thing threat it seems like some of these techniques used for this set of pieces about deri would would certainly crossover to i think so us for me this quite a lot of overlap in and what i did i find it sometimes hard to toe the line you know because even in my sort of more popular he ended releases like a electing include kitchen llambi in tracksuits is more experimental interlude some things that are closer to some of the stuff yet anyone feeds into the other all the time well let's hear one of those mora atmospheric pieces from neil burns wearing his pop music had he records under the name comrade hat and this is a piece called the path that goes on on new sounds.