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Interview With Co-Founder of the ArkanSTOL Ozark Backwoods Challenge
"So joining us virtually today from kansas city. Is john young. John is one of the co founders of an event called arkansas ozark backwoods challenge. Which may sound familiar to you if you're an avid reader of ea v magazine but in case you missed. January's issue john. Why don't you tell listeners. A little bit about the events and how this whole thing got started. Well first of all first of all how and christina thank you so much for For the opportunity to represent all the folks involved in the in the backwoods challenge and it is that kind of a labor of love for us. And and we're excited at you know at what's happened in your coverage on it and really excited about what might happen in the future. So the the backwoods challenge itself is held down in north west arkansas. And it's kind of a hidden gem of an area backwards flying. The a lot of people know about they think about backcountry backwards flying. They think about. Going to idaho and montana and alaska all that or maybe you know the appalachians And the east coast. But they don't think a lot about what's available right in the mid west and there is an area that encompasses kind of southern missouri Southeast kansas south or north west oklahoma and predominantly sorry northeast oklahoma and predominantly north west. Arkansas that has mountains it can go up to his highest re thousand feet and It's just there's a slew of of runways down there that are there are truly challenging. Runways anything from five hundred feet. Too long runways. It can accommodate jets all the same region so That became the focus of an area. Where a lot of us go to To do the backcountry flying to learn and our skills and specifically a place called birds adventure center
Lets Make Program Evaluation Simpler With Chari Smith
"Shari. Smith's believes evaluations should be accessible practical and usable. She founded evaluation into action located in portland oregon to help nonprofit professionals create realistic and meaningful program evaluation processes. She has taught several workshops helping nonprofit professionals understand the value and the use of program evaluation. She was the opening keynote speaker at the american evaluation association conference her book nonprofit program evaluation made simple. Get your data. Show your impact improve. Your programs provides step by step instruction on how to do program evaluation. Well shari. it's really nice to have you with us. Oh it's an honor to be here jong. Thank you so. I wonder if you would share with your listeners. How you found your way to an expertise in this particular field. Yeah it's an interesting story. i'll start with. I have my undergraduate degree in psychology. Which really helps with understanding human behavior and then. I got my master's in marketing. And i got deep into market research. Which allowed me to develop a technical expertise of creating quality surveys and conducting focus groups and so on when i moved to portland oregon in two thousand and one. I landed a job at education north west as a program evaluation associate and i absolutely fell in love with the field. I was surrounded by people who did program evaluation from different approaches. Different perspectives and i was an absolute sponge and took it all in. It was an exciting time. So i really just fell into the field and fell in love with it. What do you love about it shari. I love the aha moments that people. I love that when someone is gathering the data and they think it's going to be a boring arduous burdensome process and then i work with them and they go. This is really helpful. Like honestly the light bulb over their head or are they had those those moments of like out now. I know what to do because the data are telling me what's working and what's not working. And i no longer have to guess. This is
A Life in Leadership: Dr. Daniel Zinnel
"All right one. This episode of supporting leaders podcasts. We have dr daniels in all and we discover that we went to the same program at creighton. our past probably like just just crossed each other But i'm so excited to have you on the show. Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to have a conversation with us looking forward to it. So let's just start off and share with us a little bit about your background. I mean you seem to be involved in so many things. You can definitely tell. You're an advocate for a lot of different groups of people and and you're engaged in political things. The arts Work so share with us a little bit about who you are and what you do. Well i'll start at the beginning. I was I grew up in northwestern iowa outside of a tiny town called pomeroy which is about six hundred fifty people Youngest of four grip on the farm right across the road from my dad's parents my grandparents. So i saw them every day growing up which i am very grateful order but in small town iowa you have to do everything be involved in everything so i was in all four sports played. The charm sang in the choir. Did all of the things was in. Nhs or h ffa. So i truly am grateful for that Well rounded nece that. Allow me to really try so many things. And i think that's still kinda tested to my career in my life. I like to be involved. In a variety of even today North west island's pretty conservative and so growing up as a little boy was very challenging to to recognize what i was going through to see others. Who were like me and should not be alone and so i went to iowa. Central community. college burst in fort. Dodge years and then moved to into moines in two thousand six to perform at adventure land. So you're at adventure land in the summer of two thousand six and if you know eventually know there's a stage that comes up from out of the ground i performed Had eight shows everyday. They were short set. So it wasn't too long but i we a country show at patriotic show in greece. So that was a ton of fun. And i think really helped me develop competence in front of people because you have to have confidence when performing And then i started going to school full time while working fulltime in. I did that for ten years. Finish undergrad did a masters in health and then completed the doctor of education and leadership from creighton. But my career really started in nonprofit type. Still were still working nonprofits but it started working with individuals with intellectual disabilities and technically and still employed doing that type of work. That i transitioned to more part-time respite. But i have a client that i worked with since two thousand six which is just wild to think about the had that relationship with him for so long
400 homes evacuated, Rushmore closed amid South Dakota fires
"Wildfires in South Dakota have forced hundreds of people from their homes and have shut down mount Rushmore more than four hundred homes north west of Rapid City South Dakota were under evacuation with three separate fires burning in the black hills there are already reports of structures being destroyed and gusting winds were only making the situation worse governor Christie known traveled to Rapid City and call the losses tragic two fires burning near keystone forced the closure of the mount Rushmore national memorial through at least Wednesday hi Jackie Quinn
The Celebration Over, Deb Haaland Now Faces a Long To-Do List at Interior
"Deb holland made history when she was confirmed as the first indigenous interior secretary on monday now that the celebrations over. She's promised to begin repairing a legacy of broken treaties and abuses committed by the federal government in indian country. Npr's kirk siegler reports on the huge challenges ahead for secretary held with so much land under federal control. There's an old saying here in the west that the interior secretary has a more direct effect on people's day to day lives than the president. This is multiplied on reservations in her confirmation hearing dabhol and nodded to the fact that the department she now leads was historically a tool of oppression toward tribes if an indigenous woman from humble beginnings can be confirmed as secretary of the interior. Our country holds promise for everyone. Mending a legacy of broken. Promises is a priority. For many of the five hundred seventy four federally recognized tribes on the nez perce reservation elders like mary. Jane miles see holland as a turning point at feels like we are moving and we are claiming what we could have done a long time ago. The nez perce consider much of the north west their ancestral land but through a series of treaties. There now confined to a small slice of remote idaho river country. The us government is supposed to protect that land and it salmon. But the fish the lifeline for people here along the clearwater river are nearing extinction due to dams and climate change miles. Also points to a legacy of topic. Messes reminding that the tribe had little say over. I think we've noticed that maybe we've been taken but nationwide tribal leaders think this might start changing under holland. The biden administration is reinstating. An obama era rule requiring consultation. That means any future lands development or right away. Projects like pipeline must be approved first by tribes and secretary holland is going oversee. All of that protection of this government relationship is all important to the tribes in colorado john. Echo hawk at the native american rights fund says that relationship is fraught because interior agencies. Like the bureau of indian. Affairs have been chronically underfunded. He says the previous administration. Also spurn tribal input on major lands decisions. Something he's looking forward to restarting will it would prevent things from happening in. Oh happen to your. During the last administration who emanation of eighty five percent of the bears national monument the keystone excel pipeline. President obama formally protected the bears. Ears monument on utah land considered sacred to native people than the trump administration dramatically reduced its boundaries and there's pressure on the new administration to reinstate or even expand them secretary hall and will travel there next month for a listening tour. Her to do list is a big one dot to look good afternoon. In when nick west we add to not to a hiked back on them says birsh tribal leaders. Like casey mitchell watt holland's ear on saving the salmon and he's optimistic unlike with previous administrations. There's no learning curve with secretary holland. There's always such high turnover within government. Entities that you know sometimes that plays as an excuse and as a government entity there should not be any excuse for the trust responsibility that you hold to the tribes for the nez perce that trust responsibility is at the heart of a new deal. Brokered by republican congressman to remove four dams on the snake river just downstream from here. A plan is deb. Holland will put in front of the president's soon
Polar Vortex causes extreme freezing globally in February
"Polar vortex was responsible for the freezing conditions in the state of texas at last month. Your weather experts of said before warning of a worrying increase in global carbon dioxide levels spokesperson cleanliest from the world meteorological organization. Wmo told journalists during a regular briefing in geneva that the united states shiver through its coldest february since one thousand nine hundred nine thanks to the natural phenomenon to do with vortex. This is an area of low pressure cold air surrounding the polls. It normally keeps that the optic woman air and lower latitudes weakened this winter that meant that he called egg Sitting out the object woman by contrast went into pods of the optic minnelli's added that no less than sixty two all time. Daily called minimum temperature records were broken in the united states from february. The eleventh to this extinct. According to the national oceanic and atmospheric administration february temperatures were also well below the one thousand ninety one to twenty twenty average over much of the russian federation and north america. But they were well. Above average over parts of the arctic and from north west africa to southern europe and china the un agency also cautioned that although february was a relatively cold month. This does not negate the long-term warming trend from climate change. Cold records are becoming rarer in contrast to heat temperature records and heat waves. We expect this trend to continue. Wmo said in a statement
First case of South Africa COVID-19 variant identified in northwest Virginia
"Virginia's health to farming is confirming the first case of the South African covert variant in an adult in north West Virginia, who had no recent history of travel. A date. This Corona virus mutation has been identified in 15 other states around the country. It's the fourth case of this variant identified in Virginia. There have been 20 cases of the UK variant in
Seattle cops shoot, kill person who fired at them
"To last night's fatal officer involved shooting in the central district describe a terrifying scene. Seattle Police say they shot a man after he raised his gun and opened fire. Police were responding to a shooting call. They found two women, one dead, The other critically injured Como's Michelle Esteban has the latest neighbors. Tell me Was a terrifying scene for them. They actually heard gunshots. They saw the alleged gunman waving the gun walking around in circles and shouting that happened on the grounds of the North West African American Museum. Police found the two women in a parked car in the parking lot of the museum. They believe all three are known to one another. SPD said. Officers encounter that alleged gunman from the parking lot entrance as they approach they heard gunfire and said he raised that gun and opened fire. Now we believe multiple officers returned fire. The man has pronounced it The scene. Neighbors clearly shaken. Well, it's been hard. I mean, you know, because we're reading now we're reading about it, and people are calling us and everybody knows we live right here and it's just been. It's emotional. It's hard because I felt so sorry for him. I don't know what you do with somebody when they're coming at you shoot, you know, I mean, it's it's really sad. One neighbor said the man could be heard repeatedly shouting, It's over. This has to end and waving that gun. That man has not been identified. People in the area tell me they do know him. Those officers involved now on paid administrative leave. As for that 22 year old woman, the one I was in the hospital critically injured, she's been upgraded to satisfactory condition. Michelle Esteban Commons, Little
Suspect killed after firing at officers in Seattle
"Man in a central district gun battle last night. The gunman suspected of shooting two people, one of whom now has died more from comas. Corwin hate. It was about 9 15 last night when officers responded to an active shooting in the 2300 block of South Massachusetts Street. Seattle police assistant chief DNA and let says officers actually heard gunshots as they pulled up and quickly found themselves fired upon. They pulled up in front of the North West African American Museum, at which time a suspect came around the corner from parking lot. And began firing at them. Officers returned fire and hit the suspect that unidentified man died. Officers quickly found two victims at the scene, both shot multiple times. One of the victims has since died. No, let's says it's too early for more details. The investigation will be conducted by the Seattle Police Department by the Force Investigation unit. With oversight by the opposite professional accountability. One more note. Anti police protesters showed up at the press briefing near the shooting scene, where they yelled profanities at news crews. Corwin Hate Co. Moh news
Officer-involved shooting in Seattle's Central District
"Seattle police officers shot and killed an armed man. It happened last night in the central district, the gunman suspected of shooting two people, one of whom has now died. We get the details from Cuomo's Corwin Hick. It was about 9 15 last night when officers responded to an active shooting in the 2300 block of South Massachusetts Street. Seattle police assistant chief DNA and let says officers actually heard gunshots as they pulled up and quickly found themselves fired upon. They pulled up in front of the North West African American Museum, at which time a suspect came around the corner from the parking lot. And began firing at officers returned fire and hit the suspect that unidentified man died. Officers quickly found two victims at the scene both shot multiple times. One of the victims has since died. No, let's says it's too early for more details. The investigation will be conducted by the Seattle Police Department by the Force Investigation unit. With oversight by the Office of Professional Accountability. One more note. Anti police protesters showed up at the press briefing near the shooting scene, where they yelled profanities at news crews.
Officer-involved shooting near Northwest African American Museum in Seattle
"Is shooting led to an officer involved shooting in Seattle Tonight. There is a large police presence at the scene just south of I 90 on Massachusetts Avenue That's near the North West African American Museum and Jimi Hendrix Park come most jewelry does live on the scene with the latest information, Joel Hi, everyone we're getting in the statement. You have very limited information right now. Although the P I O has just come over to say that they are going to be issuing a statement, so we'll try to run over and catch up with that. But we do know that officers were responding to a shooting just a short distance from where we're at here, a 23rd and South Massachusetts, and we believe it happened up on the left hand side of your screen out While those officers were here. They became involved in a shooting themselves. Beyond that, though nothing else has Been confirmed. Now we did ask if anyone was hurt or killed. We were told that we would have to wait for an update. Looks like they're about to give that to us shortly here, looking around close to two dozen patrol cars here in the neighborhood. Let's go to some of the video that we shot just moments ago. This footage was taken right up with the actual crime scene. We have since been pushed back farther down the perimeter. Now it appears the shooting may have occurred in a park in front of the North West African American Museum. We know that there have been people Camping there at the park since last June, But no word of any of those campers are actually involved in tonight's incident. Now we did see many evidence markers on the ground at that crime scene. We don't know if those are shell casings or possibly something else. There are indications that several people could have been hit by gunfire. We're working to confirm that. Let's come back here live now. Now There are several community members that have gathered around. Not actually witnesses. They say that they came out to monitor what was going on trying to get an update. We're gonna head over right now and get an update as well and bring you what we find out. Later in this newscast, I'll send it back to you. All right, we'll
Some tribes are getting help narrowing the digital divide
"Indian country. The proportion of households with high speed internet access has consistently lagged behind the rest of the us. There has been some work to improve things including an influx of federal funding. That's helped some tribes build their own broadband networks across the country. Here is a success story from montana. Public radio's aaron bolton. It's part of our series. The internet is everything you look appear have jedi. Boulder creek oliver inside a small server. Room fans blazing chuck wreaths with the confederated sailors end kootenai tribes is pointing to labels on the back of a server. They name the locations of four cellular towers on the mostly rural flathead indian reservation in north west montana. This is the actual fiber that goes to each tower those towers blanket roughly thirteen hundred square miles with high speed internet. The covid nineteen pandemic has made it difficult for tribal employees to work from home because many don't have reliable and affordable internet service but now we can actually put ip phone right on our phone network right at your house and just be like having an office. Right at your. The network will also allow tribal police to issue tickets electrically from their vehicles and the tribal health department to do paperwork in the field. This is one of the first tribally controlled wireless networks to come out of a federal communications commission program that gave tribes across the us wireless spectrum licenses for free but tribes still have to build in pay for the infrastructure to broadcast high speed broadband. They're going to be two hundred three hundred projects that are going to be built at been unique country former. Fcc official jeff. Blackwell is with arrand risk management native owned insurance company that also helps tribes build broadband infrastructure. Blackwell says the salish and kootenai most drives because they had a plan in place allowing them to utilize covid relief dollars that were set to expire last month other tribes had been searching for funding without such tight. Timeline blackwell says the spending network buildouts will now receive serious boost from the one billion dollar tribal broadband fund set up by the latest federal covid. Relief legislation this is on par with the the eras of rural electrification. The eisenhower interstate system. Casey we'll let with the fort. Pack of cinnabon and sioux tribes in northeast montana says that tribal broadband fund has revitalized the tribes hopes of building their network. We have a lot of members that live in these little rural areas. That always get less. Dow in are disconnected. Let says this is the tribes chance to narrow the digital. Divide for many tribal members who she says. Private internet and wireless providers have overlooked for
Runway Rodents, Flipping Snakes, and other Foreign Object Damage!
"Okay we're gonna start off with one crash that is seems to be in the news Quite a bit lately was a tragedy. It was a seven thirty seven not a seven thirty seven. Max thank you very much Journalists take note. Don't mention seven. Thirty seven max in the same article as this crash please. Because this airplane was a seven. Thirty seven dash five to four registration. Papa kilo charleena. Charlie at fluids first flight on the thirteenth may nineteen ninety-four being delivered to continental airlines. And then how do you pronounce this airlines three swaggie. A- that's pretty good. That's about as we gye sweet swiss regime. Oh i think Our translator staff will be able to tell us exactly. that's this'll be the official pronunciation. Go ahead stuff. This is the language that i unfortunately do not speak. No sorry. I cannot help okay. Well we're going to say this indonesian giant. I like i like mine the best. What do you think okay sounds. Good jeff always okay. Liz was gone with. She's voted for me Took over the aircraft. May of twenty twelve Let's see on the only instance that this airframe has had were bird strikes in nineteen ninety. Four two thousand four two thousand five In march of twenty twenty at the start of the pandemic was parked at soraya for storage in november of last year the aircraft was inspected for an extension of its aircraft operating certificate aoc To december twenty twenty one and a few weeks later it passed inspection. As part of the airline's return to service procedures the boeing seven thirty-seven resume service on the nineteenth of december twenty twenty with his first passenger flight on the twenty second. Now you fast forward to january ninth ninth. Yeah january ninth of so. Let me find the actual narrative here a Seven thirty seven five hundred flight. One eighty two from jakarta to pontianak indonesia with fifty six passengers and six crew had been cleared declined to flight level. Two nine zero was climbing through about ten thousand eight hundred feet. Mfl out of jakarta about eleven nautical miles north of jakarta's Soekarno hatta international airport was over jobs. See when radar and radio contact was lost with the aircraft. The aircraft has so far not turned up anywhere else. Okay this is the original reporting. Of course they did find the wreckage debris And body parts were located in waters of about fifteen meters depth near lung kong island no survivors so we have a few updates here. They did find the flight. Data recorder and it has been successfully downloaded and all three hundred and thirty parameters are recorded recorded are in good condition and currently being analyzed. They also found the just recently. I think on the fifteenth found the vr But they are still looking for the memory unit of the assembly so So far not good with the cockpit voice recorder recovery. Unless there's been recent news that i didn't see i did check this this morning though So yeah. I kind of interesting They don't really have any other. Data will of course the flight data recorder data that. We hasn't been released yet. So i would imagine that maybe the investigators have some idea of what happened to the airplane but we don't know anything about it yet except that it crashed system where i i saw a little bit of Flight right on twenty four all made it looked like it was on a relatively straight climb out that it began a unexpected turn and then it sort of compared to spiral downwards on so. Yeah the dwell nba. There is another. There's another one that we're going to talk about a citation Jet citation five over oregon. That did that but this one was flying a heading. That was not The assigned heading. I think they gave him a zero seven five heading but it continued to the northwest. And that's when they first realized that there was something going on with The flight. I may be confusing. The two don't worry amount me. Okay was that i'm sorry i guess. Was that heading zero five. Some they requested or or something that was assigned atc. I think that that was something that was. I think that was assigned by abc. And i don't think it was a part of the departure procedure. I think they gave them that vector. I think i'm remembering that correctly But yeah it It didn't Fly that heading. I guess that was or maybe it was supposed to fly that general heading and they noticed the controllers noticed that they were not that we're continuing To the north west
Indoor dining to resume in southern Illinois
"Just over 5300 new covert 19 cases and 130 lives lost Saturday. More than 102,000 were tested. The seven day positivity rate has fallen slightly to 6.3%. Southern Southern Illinois Illinois region. region. Five Five has has moved moved into into tier tier one one becoming becoming the the first first regions regions returned returned to to indoor indoor dining dining at at 25% 25% capacity capacity and and four four people people per per party. party. Maximum Maximum north north central central in in North North west regions have moved to tear to the rest of the state, including Chicago in the suburbs, isn't here. Three the Illinois National
Dense fog again develops over areas away from close-in Chicago
"Another dense fog advisory in place this morning for almost everybody that does not line the lakefront area. So county's off to the West and South and North west under this dense fog advisory until 10 o'clock in the morning, with that comes areas of patchy fog even closer toward the lakefront temperatures for the most part er down into the twenties and below freezing, so freezing fog, also a concern. In addition to her Boost visibility above all that is a cloudy sky that will stick with today in a few flurries even possible here, especially throughout the morning hours. Temperatures hover near freezing this afternoon with winds east northeast around five MPH.
Greek Mythology Sites
"East and the other one towards the west. They flew around the world and they both met above the site of delfi when zeus all where they met he said. Okay this is the center of the earth so he took these giant stone and throw it there and from that point they say that the naval of the world was created and that was the site of delfi. Now there was an oracle there. Yes so how did that. How did the gods speak to the people at delfi. The story says that the people at that time which is around eight of years before the birth of christ they started seeing their goats going up on the cliffs and then hoping very happy very enthusiastic so the goat started hopping after visiting delfi yup and they followed them and they realized that they were inhaling. This vapes so vapor is coming out of the world out of the earth like a crack in the ground. There's a crack in the ground. And the ideology of managed to discover with geologists the managed to discover rox with signs of specific chemical contents of fumes. That will come okay so they realized that there was something magical. Competent back then signs was not as developed as it is now that they believe that this was a divine sign so everybody is believing. The gods are speaking to the people through a crack in the earth in delfi up in the mountains north west of athens and then how did the people who were in power capitalize on that to take advantage of that delfi became the most important placing the ancient world. Everybody all the kingdoms they would go there in order to find out. They should go to war if they should do. Big public works whatever. They had to decide if they felt. It was a very important decision. They would go there and nas the oracle for advice. So it's going into this mysterious temple and you've got priestesses and robes and crazy things and they really think this is the the oz on earth there would be these young girls that were inside special rooms underneath the temple of apollo and they would inhale vapes and starts talking in a way that no one would understand so they had priest that would decipher. We got to decipher as he wanted to today as a tourist. What do we see in delfi. Philippos see the ruins of the temple of apollo was the treasurer of the athenians. Which is building that the erected in order to commemorate because they took a lot of money. I suppose what's on the to the horse. Yeah so every city stayed with covid tone treasury the athenian you walk up to the temples and the theater and race course and so on and you pass all these temples that were treasuries collecting all that money. it's a fascinating place to check out one of the best sites from ancient greece. This is travel with rick. Steves with johanna wanna costa and phillips kind of cars. We're talking about greek mythology from the travelers point of view. You wanna if you're taking groups around whereas one site that you like to take groups where you really want to understand the greek mythology behind it. There are so many. It's all over the country wherever you were wherever you see mountains plans. Everything has a mess behind it. But there's a part of the peloponnese peninsula which is really unknown to the people come into the country. The heart of the peloponnese. The area called acadia very rich mythology over there. And one of my favorite stories is the story of where the name came from. So there was zeus. Who was a playboy. He was always in love with many women. Herro was his god. His wife hera okiro once fell in love with a beautiful girl. Her name was callisto and She got pregnant and hero found out and she really got mad. So zeus change their woman. Kelly stole to bear an animal and she was wandering around the mountains. The beautiful forest server. Katya she before that i should add. She had a baby and the baby grew up. His name was cass. He became a very good hunter growing into the forest and one day there was a bear right across from where he was so he took out his bow and arrow he was ready to hit the bear. The zoo so what is going to happen was horrible so he immediately changed the boy to a little bear as well
Congress Restores Medicaid To Pacific Islanders In U.S.
"Restored medicaid to pacific islanders. Legally living in the us under military and economic treaty as jacqueline frolic with af in fayetteville arkansas reports the entitlement had been unavailable to these immigrants for decades over one hundred thousand migrants from the federated states of micronesia palau. And the marshall islands. Live in the us and lease council general. Eldon alec says many cannot afford insurance. Kobe nineteenth surged through north. West arkansas last year. Home to twelve thousand marsh elise who experienced cases at a rate of four hundred percent higher than in the general population for
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Migrant lives at ‘immediate risk’, warn UN agencies
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"north west" Discussed on We Hear
"Out and said yeah this was like it admitted that this was a rip off but call the remix right. Let's take a listen to Northwest Yeezy? Eight fashion show in Paris now. Here's ause version. His carry yet unknown Kim's Today's performance of North's Remix of Zaza Song with something she asked to do at the last minute and a complete surprise. I didn't mean to not give credit where credit was due. Would love for the girls to meet soon. Oh so this could be a collaboration. Yeah or a battle. This could be the new Roxanne Sean. Hey Oh my God Sousa's parents guests were the ones that called out northwest's biting their daughter style. They said we take pride and creativity and believe whether a child's involved or an adult creativity deserves respect and amish right. Then he said what Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are doing with their daughter with the inspiration of Zaza and our family and mind is okay and they said they're not mad but please show love and support to the original. I we admire Kanye. West Adore his journey. However we don't WanNa feel like our daughter's journey in the world of entertainment is being stifled capital stifled. But that shows you the power that Youtube has and the influence that it has over children because here's North West. The daughter of rapper has access to some of the greatest producers in the world. And she's still counting a five year. Old Youtube Star is likely her biggest inspiration right but in a way. It's like it hearken back to me to the days of Criss Cross and another bad creation and just like the history of child rap in general. Liao where like at the time. It seems cool sort of novel but it actually sucks. But I do like that. These girls are not Lille's aasa or Lil northwest their just. Their age is not reflected in their rap name whereas like Logo Lil Little Wet Right. Romi is about it is I think. Also it's like now were sort of subjected to. It's like every single parent out. There who has an has a smartphone has like fourteen thousand videos of their kid. Doing something on the video and like twenty two percent of it is not only adorable by may be really good sometimes. Your kid does some dance. And you're like Oh my God but like usually you know it would stay on your phone. Now it's just like we're just sort of subjected to like. I Dunno like do we really need. Do we really need it to see all people at like. Everybody's kids are doing. Cute Youtube Star now. Every kid wants her own youtube channel. Anyway Maggie this all seems very star search to me. We saw that J. Lo just brought her daughter on to do her little routine at the Super Bowl and now like they're bringing out northwest is just like are we. Being sort of force fed the next generation of stars. Yes I didn't think that the northwest track was like an obvious. Rip Off until I listen to this thing and then you go back basically. It is just the same song right but I mean people do like mix tapes and you just use the beat. Maybe Kim should have said that that it was like her. I guess she said Remix but I don't know what do you think about the two? I mean they're very similar. I think I might take cover more than remix. I mean the problem is if it is a cover then. It's not that good. You know what I mean because because then it's just like 'cause in a weird way it just seems like if North West went up and just did this and yes I do realize that right. Now we're critiquing five-year-old's this is like very like Howie. Mandel right now in your Heidi Klum but thank you I have terrible stagefright. I could never perform live in front of that. Many people with so many phones and cameras on you all the photographers there to shoot the show like I was like some braver. One thing that I did observe that is true. I mean one thing that I did See in the video though as she does seem like North West is doing the performance and it is a little reticent at the beginning once Connie West comes out on stage though she starts to get into it more and sort of his like bolstered by the Connie a fact but I actually have an idea. Maggie see I think that if we are going to move into this five year old rap game I think the stakes need to be raised because one thing is that like Zaza when you look at her video. She's in a library. I mean which is appropriate. She's in the library and then she sort of doing these like Sassy. Little moves like in the stacks at the Elementary School Library. And you're like. Aw and then. It's like she's driving. A Little League battery controlled little car but to me. This is corny. But obviously it's five year old exactly but that's what I'm saying what it needs to be as the next five year old and I implore someone to do this needs to come out with like just a profane foul mouth like Lil Wayne. The original Wayne was like twelve when he was in the originally the cash money Posse. You need to come out with like a five year old. Who's going to be like? Shut THE UP. I WANNA slap in the face auto giving come number school like I'm GonNa like take your peanut butter sandwich. I'M GONNA shove it in your face. You know what I mean like Scooby Doo box to the head. You know what I mean like. I'm from Brooklyn back now. Is like this is what my life was like. You know what I mean and so I just feel like you need the easy e of the five year old. Sat. Like if you WANNA take this to the next level rather than there's loop de loop little fruit loops have these. Gm's even made it to the letter in the alphabet yet. You're asking a lot. I think you need someone really like you need a hardcore five year old to come out with the real what? It's really like to be a five year old right now. Not like like it. It's really like you know like kind of hooked on a.
"north west" Discussed on We Hear
"I love the top of the show. This is the hippest company that Chris Matthews is kept in a long time. North West and flavor flav. So what? What's going on with North West? Why is she making headlines? Instead of Kanye and Kim parents great question so q. Northwest six years old performed at the yeezy fashion show during Paris fashion week right and this was billed as an impromptu performance. Although I don't know was it really impromptu what is impromptu these days really it's all. I feel on social media when you're putting on a fashion show like that there are so many factors at play. There's no way this could have been like. She just wanted to do it. And how does it? And she had a Mike and she was in the right place in the models and trip over her and everyone had a clear view of her right right so basically if you look at the video of this show their models while he on the runway and the the venue. It's sort of like futuristic very sparse echo. We space outside of their outside. 'cause you see her horns honking in the back right at one point you see like there's like a garbage truck goes by pass. Connie but got it. So they're outside and is this sort of trippy. Space like plagiarised futuristic. Thank you to dropping about clothes shoes. What are those which you know is like an Internet thing? What ARE THOSE? Yes or close. Yeah you know the whole lake water. Those people look at shoes and they're like literally all these sneaker head people God. I didn't even know that I'm glad you're deciphering this for me. Yeah the origin story. There is murky for me but it's big online right so the lyrics included things like I will never she was saying I will never do bad things. That's encouraging juice. Ain't cool cute cool cute yeah and wetter. Those these are close. And that's the whole gist of it. But it's actually then she also heard shrieking into the microphone sort of Yoko Ono. Wish very bjork like Yorkie. Yeah no but it gets. I actually have to say I think she was pretty good because the thing about it. Is that the rap and I am for the foremost critic of Child. Rap The rap. It's Kinda like amateurish disjointed. But the thing that I actually liked about it is. It wasn't like a polished thing that she seemed like practice in her bedroom. Singing into a brush while looking into the mirror was like experimental. I would say but after this allegedly experimental rap when down North West was called out for biting for biting somebody else's Song and style. Sushi ripped off another five year old. Yeah a five year old named Zaza who is a bit of a Youtube Star? Yes so basically if you listen to the North West raps side by side with ZAS rap. It's pretty much the same exact. It's the same beat. It's the same song and in fact Kim Kardashian came out and said yeah this was like it admitted that this was a rip off but call the remix right. Let's take a listen to Northwest Yeezy? Eight fashion show in Paris.
"north west" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The north west of four ninety five different story adapters hovering near that freezing mark through the night so there could be some icy patches especially untreated roads bridges and overpasses things of that nature and then the precipitation comes to an end tomorrow morning at one lingering clouds in the afternoon I forty two to forty seven dry tomorrow night as we usher in twenty twenty with chapters down in the upper thirties and then partly sunny for new year's day have to forty three nice on Thursday at the forty six accu weather's job fair WBZ Boston's news radio plenty of rain and wind right now thirty four degrees in Leominster thirty seven Randolph thirty nine eleven stir and thirty eight in Boston it is for twenty five time now for New England business here's an update from kera Moscow art island is on track to have its fourth consecutive annual decline in beer sales at liquor stores data from the state's division of taxation shows the amount of beer purchased at liquor stores drop from eighteen point one million gallons in the first ten months of twenty eighteen to fourteen point eight million gallons during the same period this year we're watching shares of Cambridge based wave life sciences is after some mix data on a drug to treat Huntington's disease Burlington base Sir core has agreed to sell its instrumentation and sampling business to crane for one hundred seventy two million dollars to pay down debt the unit generated eighty three million dollars in revenue and twenty eighteen I'm Bloomberg scare in Moscow with New England business on WBZ Boston's news radio and other business nears a on this Monday security concerns from a security camera start up Weiss says almost two and a half million customers may have had some of their personal data exposed the company says email addresses a wifi network ID's and other information or left unprotected on a database scene at executive.
"north west" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Microsoft Ramazan there is a winner in the battle for a ten billion dollar Pentagon contract that's one of the stories coming up after a couple radio real time traffic you're fifty Taylor heather I think this is the first time all afternoon that I'm saying nothing is blocking I like it can we stay that way for the remainder of the six o'clock hour let's keep our fingers crossed I couple of things that are going on right now if you are grabbing a theory tonight reservations are full of until the eight thirty from port Townsend and the nine ten from could fell the Essick lies back on schedule the completed is run and still fifty minutes behind schedule according to the latest update that was again at two thirty this afternoon from the Washington state ferries we are looking at some wait time so about an hour away departing admins an hour wait departing Fauntleroy and drivers are looking at that hour wait trying to get to Olympia right now that cellphone five drive from Tacoma is pretty rough outside of Lakewood I want to get around joint base Lewis McChord there is a little bit of hesitation for drivers that will watch it on highway sixteen north on five around the film looks like the valley freeways is starting to see some improvement as we get closer to Elling said but in Seattle I think the biggest one of that we're watching is that cellphone five commute outside of eighty fifth through the convention center and traffic is brought to you by inspire as credit union a division of visa credit union inspire isn't open a seven month CD with just five hundred dollars to one point four seven annual percentage yield and support education initiatives and fire is see you dot org where banking benefits education the car radio real time traffic I'm Tracy Taylor from the Cairo radio news center my north west.
"north west" Discussed on Mike Drop
"So it is, is amazing like the links that you go to. Just fucking get shit done and my, my buddy Jeff Murphy. John leaser one time he filled up a bottle of different color, gator like yellow and orange Gatorade to make it look like p like to drink it in front of the Cruces like he was drinking piss, and then actually fucking drink thrown box. And we were walking back when Dan, Jeff Murphy, had his fucking piss on his hand, and he goes to fuck and Chuck that bitch in the dumpster, and shit. You not could not have landed more perfectly. It hit the lip of the dumpster with the lid facing him the lid popped off, and he took a bath, and he's just like the most ojected shocked like. So I mean if you haven't been to combat and been covered in your own urine. I guess there's. I took a shit between between two humvees broad daylight. During a convoy we were stopped and forever. And it was, you know, an all day fucking thing, and it was the first marine division and us driving for hours and hours. And we, we were stop. There's people all over the place. I was like I gotta do it. Not doing it in a car. So I got in between the hood of ours and the in the rear of theirs. Squatted down and shat right in the middle street, fucking, noon. But she'll like that happens. I am curious me doing your do any pilots specifically. I guess, for stuff like that. I mean depends seem like they would actually be a pretty good option. Did. Nobody do that. Nobody did that. I knew of. But I'm still upset that there's no fucking still suits two thousand nineteen. If they could figure it out for funding doom, surely, they could figure it out for us. I mean, it's just ludicrous. Still suit any day. It's better than a funnel. So as you wrap that deployment up, and you come home, what, what was that? I mean how how much longer you, can you can you walk us through that process home in two thousand fourteen I was a fucking mess. I was just I also I that with every with every trip. I think I've always besides the stuff for my childhood, and all the other shit struggled with depression and things like that. And drinking has never helped me with any of that. And when I got back in two thousand fourteen I was supposed was supposed to be perfect. Right. I finally have my deployment, I'm living at home in the north west, you know, have a nice little apartment, you know, not, not sixty two cats and. Like everything was. Yeah. Everything was good on paper. Everything was good on paper and I. I mean, I was just fucking drinking myself today, if every fucking night, I mean blackout drunk, seven nights a fucking week doing in particular. Or did you drink panels? Vodka box wine. Box. I don't mean to make box wine. It's classic box mine. I drink box wine in fucking solo Cup with ice. Cubes Ben bistro? That's I glass. There's classy. And so like, with anything throwing a depressant at depression is never fucking good. And you know, had failed marriages and family issues and trying to be fucking tough in not wanting to embarrass in just interest. Knuckle down it. I have to throw this in, because this happened right after that, deployment, so I lived in the place Lakewood, Washington and lake hood. And when you when I was listening to the one with you, Chris, I was like he'll never fucking believe this so right? Like blocks from my apartment. There was a fucking Denny's with a bar inside of it. That had karaoke. I fucking shit. You not. And I'm like the most homebound like person ever. I hate you know, bars and clubs and shit like that. But I would fucking go down there and sing God damn karaoke at the fucking Denny's bar and Lakewood and just get shit house in fucking walk my ass home, and then walk, those the worst Walker. Shame ever to go back to Denny's on a fucking Saturday morning to pick up your Subaru outback, like there's just shame wrapped in a guilt sandwich,.
"north west" Discussed on KOMO
"North west. Jay Z top celebrates fifty years here in twenty nineteen. They originally planned to just play three dates and celebration in the state of Texas come may Mel because a fan feedback. They've announced a full tour beginning August sixteenth right here in the state of Washington it'll be in Ridgefield ending October twentieth. In West Palm Beach, Florida cheap trick and Leonard Skinner d- will be the opening act with his extra. I'm Mark Christopher. Komo news. I'm balloon with another KOMO extra. April is distracted driving awareness month national safety council, vice president killing Intel says distracted driving can involve a lot of things. Lots of different ways. Distraction trying to encourage people to drive when you're behind the wheel explains the 2017 tally of just over three thousand distracted driving deaths nationally was probably low because police in many states are behind the times. Twenty six states in our country on their crash reports. Don't even have a field for law enforcement could be able to enter whether or not distraction was involved that there was a cellphone involved. And Intel says a lot of emergency responders are being killed themselves by distracted drivers. Seventeen. Thirty seven emergency responders killed on the side of the road. So far this year. We've seen seventeen first responders killed in crashes. Nine Americans die every day in distracted driving crashes. Bill O'neil. Komo news. I guess what we get stuck in traffic to keep it on KOMO news. For AAA traffic alerts every ten minutes on the fours. Breaking traffic news.
"north west" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Heading from the north west of the southeast. There's one more wave your back out across parts of northern central Illinois. So that likewise, a sliding south eastbound, we'll keep the flurries here probably through at least mid to late morning, and then a shouldn't get out with maybe some breaks in the cloud cover during this afternoon. So Busta forecast. Twenty two degrees. Flurries and snow showers this morning, flurries lunchtime. Twenty four kids come back home, maybe a little sun temperature right around twenty eight degrees. Stay with us in a few minutes. We'll track of flurries hard to believe. But fifties are on their way hard to believe. But we're talking we can thunderstorms coming our way, some major changes up and down up and down we go. We'll have the latest eight day forecast. Coming up in just a few minutes with traffic. Good morning, Randi taking a live look at the north split right now, you can see there in the median area, the snow down on the ground. That's something you need to be aware of fortunately, the roadways. Look like, they have been salted and cleared. But that's because this is a well travelled area a major roadway. That's where they're going to focus. I not all of your roads are going to look that way. Especially as you head out the door this morning, still everyone moving through the north split. Just find this morning. We're seeing green through all of that area. And they're much of the indie metro area as volume is still like we do have one icon on the map off on the west side. Just off thirty six this is actually on Rockaway avenue and welcome way boulevard. West drive to some fire department activity. They're not on thirty six nine on the major roadway and taking a look at our in dot camera. Not too far from there and Rockville road tonight, four sixty five everything looks to be moving along, just fine. Just make sure you pack a few extra minutes as you head out the door in case there are some slick spots six minutes from Brown's Berg to I four sixty five on I seventy four this morning. Twenty minutes from Avon I four six. Five on thirty six and.
"north west" Discussed on Back To Back
"I can't remember what her title was. But she was like, you know, like one or two people under the dean type of thing. And yeah, by dad was doing rehabilitation, excuse me rehabilitation, help counseling. So he'd work with people who either hurt on the job or had any sort of ongoing medical issue that was hurting them or or hindering them from getting work done. And he'd go. And basically help get their lives back on track. Oh, that's amazing. And we're you influence by sort of the grunge movement. That was north west. Am I couldn't not be? Yeah. I mean, we all that was a very huge element of anybody growing up in the north west. Yeah. I mean, you know, I grew up in the midwest. It was a huge part. You know being there. I feel like it must have felt different. Oh god. Yeah. And was that, you know, the bands and all of that where you sort of like aping that sound was it van? It was nothing like it was nothing conscious. It would just the same thing. As it. Always is it was probably more prevalent for us because it was so localized we'd we'd like bands like Slater Kinney would be right there and be kind of hard not to check them, you know, or any any band that had crossed over into the mainstream. Was we were well-versed in you know. So and what did you have sort of any main passion was it skateboarding? Was it? Oh, it was everything it. It's just like it is now there was no one focus. It's just always been that way. Yeah. Skate all day fork on playing guitar and bass throughout the night. And then eventually it was doing graffiti all night, but it does sound like for all of those interests. It seems like maybe you can't do them casually. And no you gotta dive into. Everything. Yeah. I think that helps too because the spot that I grew up was like in the middle of nowhere. I didn't have any friends. There was no like I'm gonna go to my friend's house down the street. It was none of that. It was always a only child in the middle of nowhere just with hobbies. So you really had to sort of seek out, you know. Yeah. If you wanted to do something, you did all the way, right, right? Where you just dropped it. It was you know, you either you see if you like something move on or you go all in. So like, I would grow up playing guitar, for example, instead of just learning cores. I would learn simple Torah solo or something fucked. Yeah. So it would be like that. It would be full full-bore. That's dope, man. And where your parents supportive of? Yeah. Yeah. Classic. Awesome. Parents. That's great. Yeah. Whatever I wanted to do was creative. They were like how school for you? It was fine. Kind of it was lucky enough to sort of walk in like that fine line between the you know, the underground kids in the popular kids. Nobody really wasn't. I was neither. Anyway, I was kind of the same way. Yeah. Like for me. I felt just like everyone thought like I was kinda weird. But no one was like mad about it. Exactly. Yeah. Where you good in school? Did you like it? It was fine. I've gotten I've gotten yet I managed to graduate early without even trying. I dunno. Okay. Yeah. Because I art teacher who knew that he knew that I wanted to go on to art school. So he basically just hooked it up. I think he probably even slid a bunch extra credits my way or something and did one of those things where he said like if you're working on your portfolio, and you do what you need to do to get into our school. You don't need to come to a senior, man. That's really nice. That's. That's the my mom's basement. And so was like by the time you were leaving high school. Art was like that was my that was. Yeah. That was going to be the career path. And what kind of art are we talking about it that? Well at that time. There wasn't really a focus. It was I do all this stuff. And how is this going to pertain to anything? And then you put it in the book, and you realize, okay, there's some common elements here, my going into art as a as a a major or am I going into design, and that was the big jump was when you realize designers probably a little bit more of like a pot of gold at the end of that rainbow..
"north west" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Unfortunately makes thirty million a year I'm going going under because I think the conference is too tough, and there's going to be three shady teams in this conference. It's the law of averages. It happens every year. And even if she means you went twenty nine and fifty three or thirty fifty, whatever we still need a bottom. Who are the teams on the bottom in this division, right? We. It's the candidates are Dallas Memphis, Portland, Minnesota, the clippers Phoenix, Sacramento. Now you could say, Phoenix and Sacramento. I actually like Phoenix's roster more than Minnesota more than a Memphis roster. There's going to be three bad teams. I think Memphis is one of the three bad ones. I'm not going over. All right. Great. Let's disagree. Yeah, we just just suck up Chris Vernon some more. Northern. North west. Utah. Forty, nine and a half. I'm getting my red pen you I'm this is this is one of my favorite bets that are available now take the lead. We've Utah four nine half minus one thirty. Five to bet the over. Yeah, latte of buzz over. Yeah. Is to thirty five and I would bet the over. There's no price on that willing to pay for the over forty nine and a half for Utah. I ate there so good. I think they're the third best team in the western in the higher Western Conference the at forty eight wins last year. The point they had the point differential though of a fifty three win team. And I think the sky is the limit. This is the season Donovan Mitchell starts to get mentioned. He's going to be a top five MVP candidate this season because Utah's gonna zip your it and three or fifty four fifty five games if they get go bear healthy for an entire season, and Ricky is out there deal in the way that he's been dealing. I- this team is so good. They're so good defensively, you, I, I watched them alive. I went and saw the almost bullets play Utah. They just could not figure out how to get open shots against Utah. If they're very well coached, they're very disciplined, tons of talent. And this is a Joe house l. o. c. k. lack great case. I'm going slight slight slight over not a lack, and I do think there's red flag signs. Like what. And they Mitchell wants to be a superstar. I don't necessarily know if that's the best thing for him. Now, if you think Mitchell is year to Dwayne, Wade, that's great for them. If the concern is he becomes the, I got this guy, don't you guys realize who I am Donovan Mitchell that were as a little go bears, health worries. Me a little Rubio always finds a way to get injured. They didn't really add anybody. The west got better from top heavy standpoint, and I assume always a little dubious of the teams every year. There's one team that really played while the last like eight, nine weeks of the season and put up some crazy record and where the, whoa, what about that team? And then I just think that every year there's a team that does that and I don't necessarily know if it translates to them being contender the next year member. Miami did it two years ago. Sometimes teams just peak at at the right time and take advantage of injuries to other teams at the schedule, people being tired, whatever it kicked Oklahoma cities. And I get it. I get it. I see. I see all of it. I'm just pointing out little tiny, red flags. That's why I'm not doing a lack, but I'm with you. I'm going over. Okay. You're on the over. I'm that's a lock over for me. Speaking of lax. My bookie is a place that takes wagers from people and you can, oh, potentially bet on on things. If you're interested feel like kinda things kinda guy likes to bed a little win latte. They give you chance to create a big parlay, pick three teams to win. If you had all three, you'll turn one hundred into six hundred, and there's so much to bet on playoff baseball, but eighteen parleys. Yeah, you hear me on this. This pod cousin south today, they have hockey baseball, whatever you want. I recommend these guys. I trust them the bene- business for years to get great online reviews. Their mobile.
"north west" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"The current modern word in leads and some very. Interesting, industrial manufacturing technologies coming out of Newcastle and also Sheffield. So whilst Manchester has this cachet has the football clubs as the airport. I think a great investors will find great businesses spread all across the region. Yes, it's true. Manchester has a has a very strong brand. It is in large part. It is to do the football clubs, isn't it? It's it's, of course it's more modern or more recent claim to fame is something called graphene the strongest thinnest material ever invented invented in the university here. Is that something that you're actually seeing any commercial outcomes from yet? Or is that still in in the realm of the research laboratory? Well, the government of just snip the ribbon to open the national graphene institute, which I think was a sixty million pound investment right in the heart of Manchester. So I would say that research is definitely. The key area where the money is being spent, but there's no doubt that this capital from all across the world, particularly from China and even Russia coming into the city to get hold of this amazing material and to think Kathleen about the uses for this invention. And I think is great testament to the academic research that comes out of Manchester, which of course was home to Alan turing. We should remember many years ago and and this is very much the next generation of these no superstar inventors that are based in the city. Here's indeed so Manchester claims to have built the first working computer. I think Philadelphia likes to make a very similar claim, but we know the first working computer was built, I think in the for anti laboratories, not not not a mile from where we're sitting anyway, let's move on and talk briefly about the three regional semi finalists for the Manchester north. Th west and Wales region. We've got three companies. We've been looking at that cold, amplify evergreen life and Arctic shores. And I ask James just briefly to describe each of the three and then Hugh to offer a comment until his what are the the key questions he would ask, particularly in relation to the idea of disruptor, which we must focus on in this in what way are these businesses truly disruptive? So perhaps we could start with amplify James. Would you mind just describing it for? Of course it seems rather presumptuous in in some ways to be describing business, which is based in Cardiff from the heart of Manchester. But anyway, I'll give it a go. So this is a cloud based company cloud based system which minds big data uses AM sheen learning to mind the incident for business intelligence, which they consider to be a real step change in in the way in which this works calls itself. The most advanced business intelligence. Unresearched tool in the world. That's quite a big claim. Hugh, what was your first reaction to reading about this? I think first of all, the product itself is such a great name data voyage gives you the sense of being prophetic in its nature. And I think there's a lot to be said for the idea of intelligent data. And if this business can truly find data where others failed to discover it, and I'm in some ways, visualize analyze combine. Then of course it is a in some ways, the holy grail. I mean, we must remember back to the days of this great Cambridge business autonomy, which was very much focused on searching unstructured data. And it strikes me that amplifies not only doing this, but trying to seek this data in the darker reaches of the internet. Another part of its description of. Itself is that it's enabled quicker and more agile strategic decision making delivering unbiased insight and significantly reducing traditional consultancy.
"north west" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Help them either raise capital all when the time is right seller business, and it's a business which has made a considerable impact speaking. Someone who writes about this kind of stuff, and I think you do your own. They competitions for for innovators, the GP bull hound award is something like that. Yes. I think what we tried to do is to bring entrepreneurs together to learn from one another, so you're absolutely right. We have a northern tech awards which has a list of the top one hundred fastest growing businesses in in around the north. We also have a number of other events, four technology entrepreneurs and to allow the media in some ways to engage with them by finding out in some ways who the best is. If we look at the north particularly Manchester in the north west also Wales is part of this. This regional discussion today, we think of course, traditionally of Manchester's the great Colton city center of textile activity trading across the Atlantic through the port of Liverpool and saw him, we think of Wales as coal mining and shipping and that kind of thing. Now today, what do you think of the business strengths of this region, particularly in the more innovative fields? Is there any connection with the old industries of the region? Was it completely changed now? I mean, clearly the underlying technology has completely changed, but a lot of the skills that particularly the big trading environments, the big trading cities of the north have developed from the industrial revolution. Very important today. So you'll find if you look in the disruptive sectors, particularly in technology, that many of them have very strong online, what I would call business to consumer element. So Manchester is home to auto trader to boohoo the online fashion business, which has been such a huge success story since its flotation a as one, I think over's tremendous success for this region, the white goods appliances, business. I think that that trading mentality this instinctive understanding of what consumers and customers and households want rings very true for this whole region. On the flip side. We've also seen some great success stories in traditional enterprise software, particularly around areas such as security and with businesses like surf control, which was built out of Congleton and also with public businesses lie. NCC group. So while the ecommerce value chain has a very rich history, I think we're also finding that traditional software is also become a bedrock of what this region is all about. And James just observation of mine having worked in another capacity in Manchester for for a decade from time to time is that it's a place where there is very good communication between local government and the universities and the business sector. So it's it's particularly to use a cliche to advise burnt place to do business partly because it works. I mean, things work very well. There's a lot of coordination going on. Do you observe the absolutely it. Some somebody who arrived in monster twenty four years ago and stayed put it is I think testament to the city and the city region that is being an extraordinary degree of political stability. So local governments has been a force for good in revolutionizing, the approach the city revolutionizing, the thought process behind the development of new business avenues. And certainly when you consider the impact of the credit crunch of two thousand eight, two thousand and ten, the ability for local government to step in provide capital in a way which others did not has been very marked, but I would. I would also say Martin that whilst Manchester is probably the most dominant economic region for disruptive businesses in this part of your awards. There are great centers of disruption built around universities all across the region. We spend a lot of time in Edinburgh, that of course great success with sky scanner selling recently to a large Chinese group. This very strong financial services cluster, fintech guesses..
"north west" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"The. Welcome to this series of podcasts for the economic disruptor awards launched by the spectator under the sponsorship of the private Bank. Julius bath today were in Manchester were on the nineteenth floor of a brand new office building in Manchester. We're looking out across our rather gray Manchester skyline, but it's one which tells us immediately that there's a lot of economic activity gang on. You can see as many tower cranes across Manchester's. You might see if you were looking across Hong Kong or some other emerging market great center of capitalism. So man, just as thriving place, it's a pleasure for us to be here today. And I have with me two guests for this podcast. I James Bailey who's managing director of Julius Baz business in Manchester in the north west. And Secondly, Hugh Campbell who is the founder and managing partner of Jeep. Bull hound which is a much banking and venture capital investment business, which he will tell us a little bit about in a moment. So let me start straightaway with James and ask him just to introduce Julius Baz business in this region. Certainly Musi, yes. Julius Baer is a global instution global private Bank, and we have a unique focus, absolute focus on the management of wealth for our clients around the world by the north western around the world. And part of that wealth is of course that business interests, many of those businesses are what she might refer to as being innovative and some innovative to the extensive being disruptive, pretty good, Hugh your businesses, a kind of pan, European investment business. The sort of business that would perhaps more naturally be associated with the city of London still, but you choose to operate from Manchester. I know you have some Manchester routes personally, but just tell us why. Why Manchester for you? Well, when we started the business in London, I think we had perhaps more traditional view on what an investment Bank should be sitting somewhere in the square mile and transacting deals all over the world. However, the focus in the heartbeat of our businesses, the entrepreneur, and the entrepreneur in the technology sector. So for us, we had to get closer to these entrepreneurs and as we all know, the technology ecosystem in Europe is no longer just in London, ROY in Berlin. It's in Stockholm and Manchester and Copenhagen Helsinki. And so we've adopted a very pan-european strategy as you rightly say in order to get closer to the entrepreneurs and for them, we provide a set of products and services.
"north west" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Of the Milwaukee, area reads Berg is, one of those areas impacted Brian Yeager is the athletic director at reeds Berg high, school where. They're kind of ground zero for getting things, going as far as. Help goes Red Cross is here at the high school provide food and shelter place Asleep is people need to be Evacuated from their homes and, stuff a lot of mobile units different locations on the north side is south side and west side of towns right now for sandbagging efforts is. Far as the flooding is concerned the greatest areas of flooding right now are on the west side of our town. Closest to the bare wood river we, have obvious satellite community Lavalle Wisconsin which is a lot worse. Shape than what we are completely their downtown, is completely slotted parts and communities north of their north west of there all the way up to across He had a much larger rain event then we did we. We had a considerable amount of rain probably about ten inches over, the last two days which isn't the same those communities, north west of us have had larger amounts of the last two days and many of these communities it has been rather remarkable to read. The reports and listen to the interviews with people who talk about the sense. Of community community is more. Than just a collection of homes and businesses it's a sense of purpose it's. A sense of togetherness it's a sense of pitching in Brian Yeager. Talked about that as well we went through this ten years ago in two thousand and eight and and unfortunately we're. Having to deal with it again but, our community is relying upon our our memory banks in our. Reserves and and communities really coming together kind, of as a focal point if if families houses aren't directly threatened there Definitely we have staff members here at the high school along with, our sports teams and stuff, that are have been showing, sandbags at seven. O'clock, this morning high school parking lot route getting dirty with everybody else that. Is Brian Yeager he. Is yet legacy director at reeds Berg, high school what an interesting time as far as, timing itself to a. Lot of, these schools will go back to school coming up next week if they have a construction project or. Other thing going on there actually back in school many of them this week so this week a lot of them have headed heading back to school and if you're in port Washington or. Low Myra or that area. Where the flooding has had. A substantial impact many of the schools themselves have been flooded businesses have. Been flooded and communities are coming together to try to sort this, whole thing out, governor Scott Walker today declaring a state, wide state of emergency in Wisconsin due to an ongoing statewide weather pattern which in this declaration says has led to severe storms heavy downpours. Flooding tornadoes it's not very often that there A statewide state of emergency related to the weather usually it's individual counties sometimes it is regions so, what does this mean it means that at the ultimate scenario the national guard would be available to help counties if it's really bad like flooding of rivers and, that sort of thing the national guard would be available it also means that additional personnel, resources are available to counties, to help with this sort, of thing if. Necessary, it's going to get really bad North of here, in some areas the Milwaukee river is expected to crest on Saturday in MAC one and, cedar Berg at fourteen feet that's near record level. And it won't crest until well now they're saying I think, Friday or Saturday is when that is supposed to crest the river continues to, rise in,.
"north west" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"north west" Discussed on D-Tales
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"north west" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson
"Yeah and i think the minute i start thinking that that can't happen is when it's dangerous yep yep yeah yeah okay second question is what is something in your life and really the more random the better just whatever it is what is something in your life is bringing you joy these days so something that's bring me joy right now is i am on a book tour and so i just got home last night actually from being gone for four days and my girlfriend amanda who we were friends before she worked for me so it's like we're all week she travels with me on these book tour events and it brings me so much joy we have so much together so she is phenomenal working for me like she just makes things happen but yet we're not working i'm on a trip with one of my greatest friends in the world and so that in bringing me a lot of joy right now because we just got before day trip together and it was just so much fun that's amazing that's the very best that was fun yeah that okay so my last question is who is a woman in the world who's been inspiring lately that we could kind of go follow along with okay i'm going to have to give you two and it's because i just came off this book tour these last two dates as well and so i wanted to set the stage for you real quick as the first two or stop that we just did was in both of these were north west arkansas and her name is kelly stuck easy and she owns a beauty parlor even call them beauty parlours anymore abudazi salon nineteen fifty so she goes up ud salon in north west arkansas and she told us that she would want to host a book tour there and then a lady name amy hannon who she's a cookbook author her it's your handle is unit as she owns a cooking store so kelly sake stick with me invited us to have her tour in her beauty salon amy hanan invited us have our book tour in her home and she loved hospitality and i left north west arkansas.