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Fresh update on "northern california" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Get details on how to enroll that owner to owners dot N. Y C. That's owner to owners. The number two owners with the number two again. No smoking ban in San Francisco close to getting a lot stricter, Citing concerns about secondhand smoke the Northern California Cities Board of Supervisors Just voted to ban cigarette smoking inside private apartments. Yeah, now the band still needs to be approved in the second vote and be signed off on by the mayor. But if both of those things happened, San Francisco would join dozens of other California cities and counties was similar bans on cigarette smoking. With the San Francisco law would not ban, though, is marijuana smoking. Folks doing that will still be allowed to light up. Search is on for bank robber down south who probably has had trouble blending in with the crowd correspondent Jim Krystle. He's being called the two tall Bandit. The FBI is looking for a man about 6.5 ft. Tall, who's responsible for 16 bank robberies in the Carolinas and Tennessee dating back to 2000 and nine. Investigators say he has a deep voice walks with a limp. And despite that Is able to jump over the teller's counter. I do not walk with a limp. Thank you very much. The FBI is offering a $15,000 reward for this guy. Anybody who can help identify the two tall bandit. If you know anything about him, you can get them. At 1 800 call FBI. We're back in a SEC wins news time, 5 17. Hi. Everyone is Rodney Anderson with supreme lending Every single day. I have multiple people call my office that had been working on a refinance with another lender for 60, 90 or even 120 days. It's time to fire that lender and pick up the phone and call us at 1 800 express our goals to close our refinances in 20 days or less, and we're doing it every single day supreme living in cynical housing lender and in the last 92 1298196730 49, 75% Park Boulevard, Suite 800. Plano, Texas 75093, Texas SNL mortgage banker Registration, residential mortgage. Loan originator and the Children were nestled all snug in their beds. While visions of.
Fauci warns Thanksgiving travel could worsen Covid-19 surge
"Opting to travel during the holiday weekend despite warnings from the CDC. Now Now the the nation's nation's health health experts experts braced braced for for a a post post Thanksgiving Thanksgiving surgeon surgeon covert covert cases. cases. Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci on on ABC ABC is is this this week. week. We We may may see see a a surge surge upon upon a a surge. surge. You You know, know, we we don't don't want want to to frighten frighten people, but that's just the reality. We said that these things would happen as we got into the cold weather and as we began traveling And they've happened. It's gonna happen against measures to contain the coronavirus getting more extremist cases skyrocket. California locking down here in Ally County Anu Stay at home order goes into effect today banning gatherings of any size inside of homes. Retail will be limited. L, A County health director, Dr Barbara for rare Republican private gatherings and events with individuals not from the same household are prohibited in Northern California, Santa Clara County. Anybody who travels over 150 miles will be subjected to a Mandatory quarantine like
Fresh "Northern California" from KCBS Radio Midday News
"Your next update. 12 18, the traffic leader KCBS. Not much change through next week is we look at our forecast across Northern California some high clouds rolling into the north of us very weak, low pressure system up there, but mostly clear fifties and sixties. Hold inland at least overnight thirties and forties. If you have Citrus, you may have to cover your trees later in the week, but it looks like most areas should stay right above freezing, so you won't have to worry about frost damage. Traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the eights on all news, one of 69 and am 7 40 kcbs. She sleeps hot. Even when the weather outside is frightful, Jack Frost here likes a cool introducing the new sleep number 3 60. Smart bet now, temperature balancing so you can sleep better together, But will it keep me asleep? Yes, it intelligently senses your movements and automatically adjust. Keep you both effortlessly comfortable. Well, I have more energy for holiday shopping. Does Rudolph have a red nose.
Los Angeles County goes on lockdown due to rising COVID-19 case rate
"Where a new lockdown goes into effect on Monday in Los Angeles, banning almost all public gatherings to help stop the surge in Corona virus cases, their gatherings allowed on Lee for church services in protest their maximum occupancy limits put on various businesses. That includes retail stores and other nonessential businesses. But in person dining at restaurants and bars, that's a no go. It's prohibited The new restrictions lasting until December, 20th and in Northern California's Bay Area, Santa Clara County, also known as the Fame, Silicon Valley, tightening of covert restrictions kicked in there yesterday. The
Fresh "Northern California" from KCBS Radio Midday News
"Others in person. Tim Ryan KCBS just a handsome, lucky Barry Renters will win the down payment lottery. Traffic time right now on KCBS. We check it every 10 minutes along with weather. And what do you see out there, George? Well, we continue to see delays on the Nimitz Freeway. 8 80 in the South found direction through Oakland, and that's a function of the tree trimming work that's going on at 98th Avenue on the South bound side. And also it's tree trimming work that's jamming up the ride on Highway 17. You know time was they both shared the same number. Oakland the Nimitz Freeway was highway 17. They converted it to an interstate many years ago in order to get federal funding to keep the road repaired, But it's the same highway and it's the same tree trimming work North bound in Los Gatos and South bound through the Lexington Hills, from Idlewild through big, moody curve to Redwood Estates. Those continue to be the three major delays San Francisco traffic Still looks good getting to the lower deck of the Bay Bridge. It's problem free. This report brought to you by network capital funding refi to an interest rate that you thought was great at the time, but regretted his rates continue to fall. Don't worry, network Capital will refinance your current loan to a new historic low rate, even if you just financed with another lender called Network Capital 805. 101 hit Your next update. 12 18, the traffic leader KCBS. Not much change through next week is we look at our forecast across Northern California some high clouds rolling into the north of us very weak, low pressure system up there, but mostly clear fifties and sixties. Hold inland at least overnight.
Despite recent rain, Los Angeles county remains in moderate drought
"Closing to falling into another drought, the latest U. S drought Monitor map has almost all of l A county under abnormally dry conditions has comes is weather experts Turn about La Nina. This winter anemia basically changes the weather patterns that the southern half of the contiguous US gets below normal precipitation. And that's not a urologist Richard Time with the national Centers for Environmental Information tells connects, there doesn't appear to be any rain for Southern California coming in the next couple of weeks. She's the last several months of the Western U. S have been very hot and dry. Much of Northern California is in extreme or severe drought.
Fresh update on "northern california" discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Are Americans supposed to know that the White House considers the covert risk right now to be an historic high? The coronavirus task force is telling the nation's governors that but they're not sharing it publicly. ABC NEWS Has obtained this latest briefing, which says all Americans under age 40, who gathered with non household members at Thanksgiving are quote dangerous to others. Those Americans are urged to isolate and get tested immediately. Older Americans were told to not go anywhere indoors where someone is not wearing a mask, but they won't know that dire warning because it's not something that's being shared with the American people. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Adjustment. It's no longer a hard and fast 14 day quarantine rule. The CDC announcing alternatives, saying a quarantine can end after 10 days without a covert 19 tests. If during that time you haven't noticed any symptoms Or it says a quarantine can end after seven days with a negative covert 19 test and no symptoms. The CDC says the change may make it easier on people by cutting down on the economic burden of quarantining for two weeks, though it says that is still the best way to prevent spread. Marco Malard. ABC News. British regulators have approved visors Corona virus vaccine for emergency use, The FDA is expected to do the same in the US next week. Minority communities have suffered a disproportionate amount in the pandemic. York Governor Andrew Cuomo says every community will receive the vaccine equally. I'm not going to enhance and aggravate the discrimination that has already been manifested. Bye now. Excluding them. Or discriminating against them. In the vaccination process, ABC News has learned that President Trump is weighing his options on whether to pardon members of his family, his inner circle or even himself. Before leaving office. Listening to ABC News from California's Capital city. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. I'm John Prine, Isaiah 11 02 With your top local stories. HEALTHCARE workers they're singing the praises of new coronavirus testing requirements being implemented by the state's Department of Public Health. California Nurses Association president Sandy Reading calls the Health Department's decision to begin testing all health care workers on a weekly basis. A huge win for our ends. We have been requesting for our hospital employees nurses to be tested weekly because we want to make sure that not only we know in our co workers are aware so that we can protect one another, but our patients. We want to make sure everybody stays safe. Reading says the required testing isn't foolproof, but it should always be part of a should be a component of infection control plans because it provides critical information for health care workers and patients. Sacramento area teachers are being invited to attend a free virtual work shock that examines biases, behaviors and beliefs. That impact teaching authors, author and speaker anymore says it's about teachers challenging themselves really, to give people information knowledge not to blame not the same, not two degree, but to really challenge us to think about how can we do better? Workshop is being hosted by the Northern California School of the Arts and takes place today from 4 to 6. P.m. invitations are open to any Sacramento K through 12 teacher, but spots are limited. For more information and registration. The website is nor Cal s O t a dot or g'kar. Traffic.
Los Angeles, SoCal residents endure abnormally dry weather conditions; face possibility of drought
"To to falling falling into into another another drought, drought, the the latest latest U. U. S S drought drought Monitor Monitor map map has has almost almost all all of of l l A A county county under under abnormally abnormally dry conditions has comes is weather experts Turn about La Nina. This winter anemia basically changes the weather patterns that the southern half of the contiguous US gets below normal precipitation. And that's not a urologist Richard Time with the national Centers for Environmental Information tells connects, there doesn't appear to be any rain for Southern California coming in the next couple of weeks. She's the last several months of the Western U. S have been very hot and dry. Much of Northern California is in extreme or severe drought. This
Fresh "Northern California" from Murph and Mac
"On KNBR 1045 and 68 v sports leader. The Children Auto body Traffic Death Watch Out for activity reported in the Danville area North bound 6 80 before L Pharaoh car slammed into the center divide and is now partially blocking the left hand lane. Would you see things backing up in that area? Also in the East Bay appear south down on 8 80 that slow from 2 38 down to 92. And then West found 92 at Experian. Looks like we might have a breakdown, partially blocking the right hand lane on the peninsula Highway 35 still shut down south of 92 because of police activity. If you're making the South Bay commute overall looks good, but North bound, one on one is still a bit slow into Morgan Hill from San Martine. Up to East Done. Then again, flowing in San Jose. A 2 to 80 interchange. We're back to the maze of the Bay Bridge. This traffic is sponsored by your Northern California Honda dealers wondering what makes 100 so special. Ask anyone who owns a Honda, and they'll tell you about the legendary dependability, the great gas mileage and the incredible least offers you can get right now.
How to Create Organizational Culture Change Using Social Media
"Ladies and gentlemen here. She is sally poge. Who's the director of social media for the university of california. Davis coincidentally located in davis. California sally welcome to social pros. My absolute pleasure to be here with you. The university of california system is very very large. A little bit about davis and what kind of campus it is. What kind of school. What you specialize in give folks who aren't familiar with uc davis maybe west coasters. Gimme little a frame up on the institution absolutely well. I think the first thing that we want to focus on his where we are. We're in northern california so East of san francisco in our sister campus uc berkeley and actually uc. Davis is. I would say we're one of the last college towns in california so we're in a small town called davis and we really specialize in research around climate change. We have a hospital and the number one vet. Med hospital in the world actually is located at uc davis agriculture. How we feed our world how we care for our world and climate change are kind of our bailiwicks at uc davis so We have a very big very active student community. We have about forty. Five thousand undergrad students on campus. And then another twenty to thirty staff faculty and grad students So we serve a really large community. We're pretty we're known for being kind of a little. I would say little wonky we're close to sacramento the capital We're northern california's there were outspoken about our values Which leads to a lot of protests social justice discussions It's a very lively community or my best friend's daughters the recent graduate of davis and also the school One of his best known programs commercially is. Is your wine education program. Many many of the best known winemakers not only in the united states but actually in the world have gone through the davis wine program. Some day in my retirement years. I may just have to matriculate there davis and go through that program would allow welcome you with open arms jay and i know how could i not talk about our wine and beer and t. programs Big deep. that's cool off every beverage. Beer wisely tequila program. I might come now. You're in charge pizza. That's funny because i was thinking like i love cnc. But i'm really like maybe i should start doing some google searches. I love line a little beer to. Yes we me. Scholarship that we could Art for and get after the after the program. Tell you a little bit about your team. We've had on the program this year. Who runs social media for duke university. fro- Mit we've had a couple of other higher ed. Social media genius is on social pros over the last year or two as well and it's always fascinating especially because our team can giver. Does fare better work in higher. Ed how different. The team structures are and even the reporting structures for social media inside different institutions. So talk a little bit about kind of how your team gets. Things done there at davis yet jay. Thank you for that question because I came into higher. Ed from outside i used to be in the agency. World is too. And i was so struck by how much structure plays a role in what you success that you can have with social media and As i've been I've only been hired for about five years now and this does have a either make or break. A team is what i really learned. So at uc davis. I'm lucky enough to have a really supportive director of communications. She oversees the whole office and she reports directly to the chancellor and she has a very big vision and really understood in a really valued. What social media brought to the table. But when i came in into the structure Social media is reporting under news Which i think is i think said social media kind of like a newer Been around for ten plus years and everybody was kind of arguing about organizationally where it fell under right like. Oh it's a marketing thing. Oh it's a web thing. No now it's a new thing and what i was able to do it Alongside the support of my director was really carve out a space for social media to stand alone so we are our own unit underneath the department of strategic communications meaning. We operator own budget. We have our own team members. We set our own strategy in coordination with all of our other colleagues news web marketing and visual end that gave us a really great in a pure peer to peer. Kind of seat at the table Which has been really empowering for our team because we actually service all of those communications verticals. We don't we're not like we don't belong to. We don't belong to news. We belong to everybody and what that was Allowed us to do is our mission. Our mission is really about building community. And how we can be helpful. Those are value statements and so So yeah. I think that that has been really helpful and Undermine team where team of five total and we overseas the uc davis flagship channels. So schmunity annals in all the strategy and then we also set a lot of policy for the rest of the university about hundred fifty social media communicators across the campus That we know of is probably more than that out there. and then. I also oversee executive social media communications for chancellor may and undergrad admissions social media as well so we have a large
Natalya Cappellini on Developing an Entrepreneurial Mindset
"I'm so excited to have you on the show. Welcome to dose of. Thanks rich chevy to be here. I'm always excited to talk with Entre preneurs in father four daughters. And i'm always trying to push this kind of entrepreneurial mindset two daughters. They haven't embraced it. Fully some have a little bit but I'm always. It's always fun to talk to two women who've kinda brandao starting to own and you said something really cool in the prerecording when we were talking a little bit about why you branched out and like you kinda tired of working in the toxic culture of the real world and you stepped on your own. So congratulations for that. Tell me a little bit about that. When was that. How long ago was that. So when we moved to california in two thousand fifteen media started working for global project management company and i it was just was working insane hours for three and a half years and things were being done that you know. Were very complicated things that were being done that were a bit shady. And and i. I wasn't on board and i thought you know all this stress stemming from these things that it doesn't have to be this way while it can just be simpler. You know you just you just pay people on time if you just A treat people fairly you know and and manage your expectations and have trust back and forth. It doesn't have to be so hard you know my industry construction. I thought could be very very simple. And so that's what i did when i went out on my own in two thousand eighteen and started gerardo design build throughout design and It has been easy it has been you know a really straightforward and i have a great group of subcontractors. Have a great group that works for me works with me vendors. Suppliers clients amazing clients. And it's been it's been great And i did realize that there is an easy way to do it. And it's a it's just be fair and be a good person and the work will come and everybody will be happy. I love that. I mean it. You know. I love how you said that it was easy. I'm glad that the leap seemed easy for you. I mean i mean a lot of people when they have they feel that frustration of working in a toxic environment where they feel a calling may be or that. I know i could do this better than i've had numerous entrepreneurs that i've talked to said that i i knew i can do this better. I love that that's a catalyst to get somebody to take the leap but gosh dang for everyone. That takes a leap. There's probably four or five that get stuck and they don't take it. Was it easy for you to leap off that clip not knowing the parachutes gonna open. Yeah i mean for me. It was like well. I'm tied to the salary that i'm getting right. Like twice a month and a steady paycheck. But i'm also working like eighty to ninety hours a week sold airlie sleeping up at three. Am every morning flying back and forth from northern california to southern california on sunday nights like sleeping at the office. I mean it was just stupid and you're all for for my life to be difficult bill because you know you think you work that much in like you've got control of everything but things are being done at the company outside of my realm and making my job harder. It's like working hard and everything's harder. Why does it have to be like this. And so for me. The catalyst was you know if i jump in if jump ship so to speak and start the semi on the worst thing that can possibly happen is you know. I can't hack it. And i go get a job somewhere. I could be a great senior project manager site superintendent project executive. I work for startup space. Those were my options. Were like well. If i if i fail at this i just go get a job. Like that was my. That was mike. Mike and i'll be still in the same position i am now. Just maybe at a way better firm with more happening. So
A Conversation with Matthew Jordan Smith
"Hey come back to another episode of this. We can photo. I'm your host frederik van johnson. Today i get to chat with one of my heroes. In the photography world if samantha jordan smith he is one of those guys that is living the life of photographer that many of us dream about living. It's shoot beautiful famous people. He's extremely talented. He knows his way around a photon or to any educates he speaks. He does all the stuff that one day. I hope i can do so to the show man how you doing. I'm doing very good man. Good to be here in a big way chilly last saw in japan. It's now feels like fall. I got this morning. It's my morning right now in doing this turtleneck like it was kinda chilly in the house this morning. So franken case is here in california northern california. It's not crazy hat but in my office right now it is. It is seventy eight seventy six degrees in here. I got a fan. Good it's weird. This area's just weird. It gets cold. It gets hot and it gets colder. Have whatever. yeah but yeah. Let's let's listen jump into it man. I wanna i wanna get a quick check in on where things are when last we spoke. You were preparing a brand new art form. To be availed show and art show in tokyo. And you get all excited about that. Everything was getting ready to get going to figure out how the installation was gonna go. Phyllis in go in or you're happy with it. I went very very well. It happened on september first. Which is i still at this point. japan was kind of locked down. The no tourists can come into japan. Even right now noticing come in so it was only people who live here coming to the show so it wasn't packed way it would have been in the times but it still had a lot of people that came through. The show shows up for two weeks. We had because this japan they document everything so we found out he became to the show there. About five hundred seventy people came through the show over to period of time so that was decent. It would been you know three times that at least if it had been in normal times however it what was great about it it opened the door for other shows and for other opportunities. So i've been in meetings with with different companies about those other opportunities. I can't go deeper into discussion about that. But some really exciting things are happening. I've been having meetings e even this week dealing with The outcome of that. Well you know it was happened from that show and i have another show that will now take place in tokyo sometime in twenty twenty one so it's really been really wonderful. I am now working on new pieces to go into the new show It's just opened up some really interesting abilities. Some really excited about that on both ends. You say you have a new art form and people look at you little firs they come in. They see the work and they make a judgment call. What was cool about. This is that people came in to see the show and they are statement which is kind of curriculum by comes in. They read about the the work in the the work and those who really know photography from the past look at the work and say wow how is this done and that question has led to a lot of great meetings and has led to this new. Hopefully this new show happy and twenty twenty one. The other great thing about it is there other shows that happen and there was a big show in kyoto. Where had my exhibit. That happens called catastrophe and that happened two weeks after my show closed. That show opened up and i would love to be in that show next year. Hopefully that will happen. I did meet the. The people run kyoto goofy. They didn't see the show. I met them after it closed my show closed but hopefully out. I now have information to to show them mooring and go from there. So i invite them to my show that opens in two thousand twenty one because people need to see things versus just hear it so sometimes you if you hear something like okay. What is that you can't tell and to you see it. I've had again like five. Six means one company and they want to see the work. You know themselves so we had a meeting this week where they actually saw the work and then they got it. Now we've had like five meetings no virtually before but they hadn't seen in the work. They saw pictures of the show when it was in in kyoto but they didn't make it to the show this week for the first time ever They saw the work and that changed everything. So this is work. You must see tangibly. See to get it so excited about that. And how to launch that so
Announcing The Ridership, a free community and resource for the gravel cyclist
"Random to the show Yeah it's good to be back with you. I'm not really a guest at this point craig. I think i think. I'm i think i'm a regular buddy in co hosts at this stage so you don't have to commute to the show video. Thank you thank you good to you. Good to speak. I guess always is always as an i love that. We're on video. And because i'm in southern california. I'm in shorts and a tee shirt and you're in northern california in the morning wearing a ski hat. Yeah some definitely must say. I can't complain My family's back in boston. I'm not sure what the weather is right. Now but There's a reason why i'm not there for the winters and this is definitely a good place to be so i'll take the cold. Yeah absolutely. I feel like i'm really turning a corner down here into panga with the help of the community i've mapped out several real key important ridge lines and canyons between here and santa monica. And now i'm i'm really Experiencing asunto euphoria. Because i'm starting to kind of make connections between the two and i got lost on a rotten single-track that lead nowhere yesterday but also found. Just this rad single-track connector that i just. It's a point of discovery of new areas. That i really love when you've got the basics down and you can start digging into some of the lesser known trails. Yeah i'm starting to get that similar. Sense of familiarity with my surroundings have been here only for a couple of weeks. And i had done some writing here before but not much information's on it in the Again you know in the santa cruz mountains. Just north of skaggs point and so. I'm doing a lot of writing kinda to the west of there towards the coast backup. Then yesterday. i wrote king's ridge up in Outside of grenville. Unbelievably gorgeous out there. the grasshopper what is it the super sweetwater and the old caz racists go through their train is unreal and we were on the road the whole time so that i know there's a lot of good dirt but The vistas just unbelievable. Yeah and frankly cinema. County roads are often worse than the trails in my ex. Well i was writing six fifty. So i was. I was in good shape but one of our one of the two people i was with we were riding in a socially distant way. Everyone into we'll be talking about that in a moment One of the people we were with only have thirty. Two's and was definitely feeling the extra you impact and so on. So i was glad to be on fat rubber. Yeah exactly and you reference the grasshopper series. I had miguel crawford the founder of that series. He's been doing it for twenty years Which is kind of crazy Twenty one years. Now i guess and you can imagine what the equipment was like back in the day and in our interview he kinda often joked about. You know you just as soon see a mountain bike on the start line as you would proper road bike and everything in between over the years. In fact one of the people i was with at their brakes. Were starting to fail because it's so steep and fast and so on that just The the compounds in their breaks was seemingly anomalous classifying. Or something where they're just losing breaking power at the extremes kind of sketch. I didn't have those problems. Fortunately and i won't name names in terms of who's brake pads. They were either but well. This is great. I mean i feel like these conversations and the discovery process. We're going through in. Our new locations is on point with what i wanted to talk about today. Yep yep Before we jump into that because it will be a jumping off point. Do also want to talk about a listener email and dialogue. I've been having with the member of the community named silas. He brought up something that i've been grappling with someone. New to an area without local friends is just kovic safe riding and obviously did an interview with dave from unpaved about the event they did and all the changes they made to make covid safe but for for all of us on the day to day we've got to think about how to ride as covid safe individuals and is it safe to ride with others and what techniques can we do and what i recommended to silas is since neither you nor i are experts on this is let's let's put in the community forum and let's have a discussion and see how we can provide information to one another and have a dialogue about how individuals are comfortable in terms of writing with others. Today yeah and it's certainly not something that we are qualified to discuss ourselves You know we're not epidemiologists. We are not medical professionals and so on norway claiming that you know we have actually if we have anyone in the community Who has that sort of expertise can point to articles and so on This would be the channel To contribute to the conversation. Because ultimately i think for all of us including the experts that there is a this is like an an ongoing iterative optimization function. We're trying to find the right balance between you know. Mental health comes through social connection and that we are safe from A disease a pandemic that know is i mean. It's not like ebola so it doesn't have that extreme seriousness but it is serious enough especially potentially to other people that we might transmit to where we wanna take precautions. Striking that balances is something. We're all trying to figure out.
San Francisco 49ers player tests positive for coronavirus
"40. Niners has tested positive for Corona virus. He feels fine, but his test result is resulting in a lot of problems for the team as Marc Renee is here to tell us this morning mark yet Lee receiver Kendrick born is Patient zero in this case. His positive test came in Wednesday morning Shut down the 40 Niners practice facility. And Mike Era follow detailed on NFL network also impacted three of his teammates, right Williams, the left tackle, wide receiver Brandon Ah Yuk and wide receiver Debo Samuel. Now Samuel was already out those other two obviously key players. They will miss the game. According to league rules. You now have to be on the coded list for at least five days. If you're considered a high risk close contact, that is the case here, and the game will be played tonight as scheduled in Northern California against the Green Bay Packers, who have three players on their covert list. Including running back a J. Dylan. We should also note the Niners were already missing their starting quarterback and tight end you both got hurt back on Sunday and likely won't return for at least the next six weeks. Marker in a 10. 10 wins sports A lot of couples have had
Trader Joes Platinum Reserve Pinot Noir 2019 Revew
"And the stem from cheap wine bar, again. And again, I was always another one. And shouldn't drop your flute. And this one is a Trader Joe's Platinum a reserve Pinot Noir from Santa Rita Hills 2019 Lot 19 sales and Trader Joe's simply pushing the Platinum Reserve wines lately and it's kind of like it off. Our fearless Flyers says that they are equal to wines at twice the price and Beyond and the price range for these things have been fourteen ninety-nine. I think in the past they've been up and down but because I had Okawville Napa Cabernet Sauvignon, that was really nice and the house speaks Hillsong. So your game in its your seem to be getting a wine that you don't normally find for 1499. In a wine shop or in a civil Market 1499 for one isn't you know anything unusual but a Trader Joe's were you know, that's you know, everything is 999 or less for the most part. Yeah. And they do such a good you know, you get a Russian River Pinot Noir or Chardonnay for ten bucks, you know making you jump up another five bucks wage, you know, they have to give you incentive. Something that you probably can't get elsewhere and that's what this kind of is. It's a little Santa Rita Hills is in Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara is hundred miles north of Los Angeles. It's in you know, it's you can be under degrees in Los Angeles in the summer time. But the part where the The Vineyards are jets out. I could strangle kind of into the ocean. So there is water to the north of South in the west. So the cool breezes make this area from for the most part off in many cases cooler than Northern California all the grooming regions up there. And this is Santa Rita Hills. The hills are black the cold air. So it keeps it's a great place and plus the the soil is just so fascinated estimated shock, which is kind of like what you get in Champagne region. So, it's Catholic it's correct. At the school European stuff so oil it's got this cold long cool growing region. It's a great place to be in the wire and off a senator. I don't know if you you're up on all the trendy wines which see smoke which is like, you know, you gotta get a list against you smoke that's from Santa Rita Hills, you know, it's not that big a reason the page where that came from where within a couple of Miles rather grateful. This one came from, you know, the a custom line producer made it for Trader Joe's it's not like this is probably off its, you know, it's a really expensive wine that was left over. They got it. Someone bought grapes and made this wind but it's from a really good pinot noir growing region, but it's 4 a.m. To or alcohol which is a little stiff for Pinot Noir. So we're going to have more body. If you're in the class of Pinot Noir, you know, you might not be all that crazy about it. But if you're don't mind a glass of yummy every so often in this might be your boss know. It's not that much that there has been no hassle Petite Sirah added to it a couple other things but not that there's anything wrong with that. This one's got somebody to it. It's got a little bit of dead. It's a little heavier in the pallet put still continue are not class have been an alarm but it still tastes great. I don't think it slipped because I'm talking about I got glasses. I had I've got no self-control. It feels good on your palate. It's got its got the flavors. It's got some like little sharper image biases and Scott Scott Tana. The channels are sweet, but they're they're yeah, I'm really inexpensive wine nowadays tannins are kind of missing in action. They take them out you know it off. Easier to Angel I'm at this is 2019. If you got you don't deal with the channel until they reduce them as much as they can but here they're there but they don't buy it or they don't do anything other than just let you know. They're they're home. It's kind of nice to see you know, yeah, it's five bucks more than their typical lies. And yeah, it's not classic. You know, it's a little heavier. It's a little more a little little little more vulgar on your pal, but it's not over the top taste great interesting mean. How often do you get a Santa Rita Hills Pinot Noir 2019 little young. There are some $50 119 is out there, but they usually a little bit older. So what happened to get on Santa Rita Hills Pinot Noir for 1499 that's interesting. And this one's got interested got personality the classic no taste good. Yeah off. And so there we are.
Lori Loughlin begins prison sentence
"In quarantine, but definitely not at home. Former Full House star Lori Laughlin. She started her two month prison sentence over the weekend for her part in the varsity Blues College admission scam. For the two week Corona virus Quarantine in isolation. His ABC is Megan to reason. Lachlan is serving her time in the same Northern California prison as Felicity Huffman did both actresses charged in the college admission scandal. After she finishes her two months behind bars. Lachlan will likely begin her 100 hours of court mandated community service.
Lori Loughlin Starts Prison Sentence In Northern California For Role In College Admissions Scandal
"Well off elites were using their money and fame to get their Children into prominent colleges are now paying the price Use. Radio News, Val d'Or, explains. Actress Lori Laughlin reported a federal prison in Northern California Friday. Two started two months sentence for her role in the cheating scandal. It's the same federal lockup where Felicity husband served her 11 days October a year ago. Husband quickly pled guilty to paying Rick Singer to inflator daughters s A T score to get into college in addition to a $30,000 fine. Ready performed 250 hours of community service and one year of supervised release. Laughlin and her husband, Massimo, generally just admitted in May to paying $500,000 to scam their daughters onto the USC crew team generally will serve five months in prison 250 hours of community service with a fine of $250,000 from the Texas USA Radio
Weekend Stakes Preview
"Payout in the. Empire six. Fields. All Asterix on Saturdays. The Pike Place Dancer Flat Mile on the turf for the two year old fillies field of eight set ago. Over the two I'm so Steve Sherman, and Frank Alvarado. To one second choice on the morning line consternation. Irish Bred Filly Patty, gallagher and eclipse thoroughbreds. Your mind five favorite on the morning line. And she should be the favorite and this should be a much softer spot for her than what she saw in her last start. She broke her maiden impressively del Mar on the turf to starts back coming from well out of it to win going away despite a slow start jumped up to face winters in the surfer girl last time out not only face the undefeated Madonna but face Tetra donal and pizazz. All three of those phillies are scheduled to run in the Breeder's cup juvenile fillies turf next Friday. Consternation was only five to one against those good phillies last time out unfortunately, she didn't she didn't run late she was five one she ran or like she was about twenty five to one. She got beat about nine lengths that day but this is a softer spot in the Pike, the Pike Place Dancer she's drawn well down along the inside I don't think the races got tons of speed, but there is a little speed in the race and I think consternation should be able to make up some ground against this field I like her at nine to five Johnny one of the king's open Pretty much the king now in northern. California he's got A. Maiden the number three missed your free. Daughter of intimacy out of a smart strike mayor plenty of turf pedigree there I like the way he is kind of brought this philly along to sprints on the all weather three weeks apart one on. Labor. Day Weekend One on September twenty seventh. She gets to be three lengths gaining ground five eighths. The. Half links gaining Heflin, giving wrangling six furlongs. Now, she gets the to stretch out to the flat mile twos. For instance, is one of my favorite angles she gets the. Turf which I think she's she's bread for. And I think she'll get a little piece in the I think. Think. I'm so ANNA IS GONNA try and bottomless this field out I won't be surprised if sweetest angel who ships up from Southern California for George Proper? Drum. Oh. Goes on a little bit of a mission glorious. The outside has a ton of speed she broke her maiden last out against California reds over the all weather at Golden Gate. So I think there's some pace in here I'm hoping it sets up for the maiden mischief free the two inside phillies make sense consternation I'm sonar as well I'll I'll I'll take Mr free boxer with the two eight, two, one on mischief free I. Hope we get it reached number eight on Saturday
Lori Loughlin received no special treatment and is in COVID-19 quarantine, prison says
"Lawful and changed into prison closed today. The actress reported to a federal prison in Northern California to begin her two month sentence for her role in the college admissions cheating scandal. According to authorities, the former full House star will serve her time at the Federal Correctional Institution. In Dublin, California That's about 40 Miles east of San Francisco. That's the same federal lockup where actress Felicity Huffman served her 11 days last October. Huffman was also involved. In the college admission scandal.
Gray Wolves To Be Removed From Endangered Species List
"Two today. They finalized the rule today. To take wolves. Off of Endangered species list. Stand by So today they finalized rule. Removing and dangerous Species Act protections for all Grey wolves in the lower 48 states, except except here in New Mexico in Arizona, the Mexican gray wolf But all other wolves and lower 48 All other gray wolves. Lower 48 no longer protected. Christian boils Tuesday. An attorney for Earthjustice said. This is no mission accomplished moment for wolf recovery. Wolves are on Ly starting to get a toehold in places like Northern California. And the Pacific Northwest and Wolves need federal protection. To explore habitat in the southern Rockies in the northeast. This delisting decision. What happens when bad science drives Bad. Policy. And it's illegal. So we'll see them in court. Attorney for Earthjustice.
San Francisco War Memorial & Performing Arts Center
"To voices of the community which explores critical issues facing Northern California communities. We introduce you to the voices of community thought leaders and change-makers who are working on solutions that face our fellow individual community members neighborhoods cities and our region. This is George Custer your host. This episode is part of our series exploring covid-19 s impact on nonprofits and small businesses in San Francisco. We started the series back in April of 2020 during the whole page of the first phase of the covid-19 pandemic and the shelter-in-place requirements over these past nine months the covid-19 pandemic and economic meltdown has wiped out millions of jobs in both the nonprofit and small business sectors as well as shuddered tens of thousands of small business operations. The goal of the series does shine a spotlight on the nonprofit's small businesses wage under staff who are struggling to deal with the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on their operations services and sustainability the series of interviews. We conducted features voices from across section of organizations that make up the fabric of our community. Each of them brings a unique perspective on how they and we are dealing with the issues facing our community during the global pandemic and economic depression. But at the outset of this and ongoing it's been people who are used to Bringing people together who have been forced to keep people apart Hospitality workers entertainers. We're the ones who have really had to click on other and keep people safe by keeping them apart and this episode. Our featured voice is John called in the managing director of the San Francisco war memorial and Performing Arts Center the San Francisco Memorial and Performing Arts Center opened in 1932 with a production of Tosca by the San Francisco Opera the war memorial name commemorates the people who served in the first world war zone. It is one of the largest Performing Arts centers in the United States covering 7.5 acres in San Francisco's Civic Center historic district and totals 7,500 seats. Mom gets multiple performance venues. I'm join remotely be assumed by Sean called in managing director of the San Francisco war memorial Performing Arts Center. Thanks for being here John. I would like to begin. And by having you share with us a little bit about the war memorial and Performing Arts Center. I think for most San Francisco people. They walked by it there a McAllister and Venice across from City Hall and they're like, oh it's a month old building. So it would be great if you could get a share or Memorial and how the memorial and Performing Arts Center work with Arts and Cultural organizations to say, we're just go. Oh absolutely. Thanks for having us on George excited to be here today. The San Francisco war memorial and Performing Arts Center is in the heart of San Francisco, right across Van Ness Avenue San from San Francisco City Hall. We have a number of performer venues here including Davies Symphony Hall the War Memorial Opera House and then inside the Veterans building. We have the Herbst theater. There was a center for Opera which hosts both the Toby Atrium theater and the Brian Crain station studio. And we also have a really fabulous event space called The Green Room all in all we can host over 7,000 patrons any given evening and pre covid-19 do that with juice. The ballet performing alongside the symphony San Francisco performances being in Herbst theater all that could happen in one night. So we're both a home for culture and art in San Francisco as well as a huge economic driver for the region. We've been here since nineteen thirty-two. Our resident company is the San Francisco Ballet the San Francisco Opera the San Francisco Symphony and then San Francisco performances, of course is off the primary users of the Herbst theater, and we've had a long partnership with them as well. So I think that we're one of the cornerstones of cultural activity in San Francisco and really proud to be a department of the city county of San Francisco and then fun fact a historical the charger for the was actually signed their trips theater. That's correct. All of the plenary sessions took place in the Opera House. The UN Charter was signed off stage of what was then the veterans Auditorium, which is now known as the Herbst theater and the Japanese peace Accord was also negotiated in the opera house. So we're really big site for history. A lot of folks don't understand wage. Why UN Plaza is called UN Plaza, but it's called UN Plaza because indeed the charter was signed here and for a brief period they actually almost put the headquarters of the United Nations here in San Francisco before they decided to place them in New York. Yeah, we host a lot of history here and still continue to provide a meeting space to Veterans groups and a number of other non-profits working on behalf of veterans causes here in San Francisco. So
Power Shut-Offs Become A Way Of Life For Many Californians
"Two new wildfires are raging in the Grassy hills of southern California and tens of thousands of people are under evacuate under evacuation orders. One of the fires the Silverado fire may have been sparked by a piece of debris hitting a power line according to a spokesperson for southern California. Edison. Meanwhile in Northern California, the utility pge shut down parts of it system to prevent its own power lines from sparking fires during strong winds and dry weather that has left hundreds of thousands of people there waiting for the lights to come back on after two days in the dark. These sorts of widespread power shut offs have become a way of life for many Californians and as. Lilly Jamali reports residents aren't happy in the tiny community of CON- cow about three hours northeast of San Francisco Jesse. Olsen and her family have lived through PG, and E. Power Shut offs not once. But twice in the last week, that's not easy it's like you're just recovering from one power outage and then you're preparing for the next one, a portable generator has helped them stay warm keep soanes charged for the kids at least try to do school. Online real. We also have a farm with livestock. So we have to keep the antibiotics refrigerated. The Olson's survived California's deadliest and most destructive fire, the two thousand, eighteen campfire but it burned down their home. It was sparked by old poorly maintained equipment belonging to pg knee online's that stayed active during peak conditions, and now we're all living in an RV. Olsen adopted her boys out of foster care. They'd been homeless before that I never wanted them to have to. Deal with homelessness ever again, you know they were supposed to have a forever home someplace where they felt safe for the rest of their lives, and now that's Gone Olsen calls PG needs power shut offs a necessary evil. Two hundred miles southeast Terry McBride has also suffered the consequences of fire and power shut offs. Her home in the community of mountain ranch was hit by a PG and caused fire five years ago. Twenty Four Hundred Square Foot House to a two hundred, fifty score for camping trailer. Just telling you if you didn't laugh, you'd cry she surviving PG needs power shut offs in her trailer. It's like when camping, you know my mom's got electricity and dress. So I was able to put my frozen stuff in her freezer so they don't go bad it's been tough, and while some PG fire survivors feel relief that the company is proactively cutting power McBride is frustrated at the utility for neglecting its lines for years. My feeling is why didn't you do your job in the first place? Why are we having to go through this? Now PG has promised to make long-term fixes to its lines. So power outages like these aren't permanent way of life for NPR news I'm Lily Jamali in San Francisco.
COVID-19 pandemic in California
"We appear to be flattening the Corona virus curve in California. However, as we hear from KCBS reporter Melissa Karras, that doesn't mean we can let our guard down. A curfew has been imposed in El Paso, Texas, due to a surgeon Cove in 19 hospitalizations and case numbers are ballooning in some of the countries more sparsely populated states. But in California are numbers are way down have been coming down for at least a month or more. John Sports Burgers clinical professor emeritus with the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, and he says one thing state and local officials have done well, particularly here in Northern California is build enough trust with the public, so that straightforward messaging from the government has led to people responding appropriately. They wear masks the social distance and these things work. But Schwartzberg says, our numbers have ticked up over the last A few days, and even if we're doing well, California hasn't built a wall around itself, And that means that people are going to be coming back and forth into California so we can't insulate ourselves completely from what's happening in the United States. And he says This will be particularly true as we get into the holiday season when people may gather together and travel more. Melissa call Ross KCBS.
"northern california" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Through acres of Northern California vineyards and threatened hundreds of homes. Correspondent Jonathan Vaguely Audie with more glass fire more than doubled in size as the sun went down Sunday, bearing down on the town of Deer Park, which is under a mandatory evacuation orders. Officials ordered hundreds out of their homes early Sunday morning as the glass fire destroyed buildings and threat in neighborhoods in Northern California's Napa County. You could see the flames and it was just really scary because it was just like a line of flames. Hospital officials in the town where four To use ambulances TTO evacuate some 55 patients as a precaution. There have been more than 1000 wildfires in California this year. Firefighters continue to battle 25 major blazes If you want to download the tick talk ABT thanks to a federal judge you still can for now. Here's correspondent Carrie Preston. On Sunday, A federal judge issued a ruling postponing President Trump's order that would have banned the video sharing APP from APP store starting at midnight. The government claims Tic Tac's owner has close ties to the Chinese government imposes a security threat because of it, the judge said. Banning and however, was a violation of the company's First Amendment rights. Move gives Tic tac more time to finish a deal in the works with US Cos WalMart and Oracle. I've got till November. 12 to get that done or the Commerce Department says it will ban the APP in the United States. What's APP would also be affected. 77 degrees and partly sunny going down to 68 in Central Park wins news time at 3 37 Receipt. Egan's in the hospital 10 10 wins entertainment thinking about life insurance Did you know In just a few minutes you couldn't find the best price from up to 10 price competitive companies for.
"northern california" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
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"northern california" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"At least five people have been killed in the northern California wildfires. By Jamie, horror and Martha men does the Associated Press in Santa Cruz California. Dozens of wildfires raging throughout northern California have now claimed at least five lives and threaten tens of thousands of homes. Authorities said Thursday the death of a resonant in Solano, county in the northeastern San Francisco Bay area was reported Thursday by Sheriff Thomas a Ferrara although he didn't have any additional details in addition, three civilians had died in Napa County since the fires began said Daniel Burland a cal fire resistant deputy director in all more than thirty civilians and firefighters have been injured. It wasn't immediately clear whether the Solano and Napa, county fatalities included a Pacific gas and electric utility worker who was found dead Wednesday in a vehicle in the vacaville area between San Francisco and Sacramento. A pilot on a water dropping mission in central California also died Wednesday when his helicopter crashed governor Gavin newsom addressed the wildfires calling them. Of climate change in a last minute video recorded for the Democratic National Convention from a forest near Watsonville. After he visited an evacuation center if you are in denial about climate change come to California, he said I confess this is not where I expected to be speaking here tonight. Into what appear to be a cell phone camera newsome had recorded an earlier more lighthearted video to be delivered in the conventions primetime hours. But decided it didn't bring the right tone amid his states. Disasters said Dan Newman one of his political advisors more than two dozen. Major fires were scorching California and taxing the state's firefighting capacity sparked by an unprecedented lightning siege that dropped nearly eleven thousand strikes over several days. The fires have destroyed one hundred, seventy five structures including homes and are threatening fifty thousand more said, Daniel on an assistant deputy director with the State, Department of Forestry and fire protection in all thirty three civilians and firefighters have been injured at least two people were missing smoking ash billowing from the fires has fouled the air throughout the scenic central coast and San Francisco. Most of the activity is in northern California where. Fires have chewed through about five hundred square miles of brushland rural areas, Canyon country and dense forest surrounding San Francisco more than ten thousand firefighters are on the front lines but fire officials in charge of each of the major fire complexes say they are strapped for resources. Some firefighters were working seventy two hour ships. Instead of the usual twenty, four hours, the state has requested three, hundred, seventy, five engines and crew from. Other states that's going to allow our firefighters that have been on the frontline since this weekend to have an opportunity to take some rest..
"northern california" Discussed on Here & Now
"Timely has ever John Thanks for speaking with us? Oh, thank you. As courts across the country move to safely reopen, many will require face masks. So how will it impact a trial? If a witnesses face is covered? This is something Julia Simon. Kerr has been thinking about. She's professor of law at the Yukon School of law. Her Essay on masks will be published in argue endo. Part of the George Washington Law Review a professor. You write that face masks have benefits beyond public health because justice may be better served when we don't see a witnesses full face, and that's contrary to what we might think you know. We think we can see truth in someone's face. So what do you mean it's better to cover? Yeah I know it's. It's pretty counter intuitive We have a strong cultural assumption that we can learn something about a person's truthfulness if we look at their face. But the reality is that there is no evidence to support that assumption. In fact, some studies have shown that we're worse at telling. If somebody is truthful when we are focusing on their face, trying to read facial keeps you two things first of all. This reminds us of conversations we've had about orchestra auditions of because there was a realization that buys played a role. Role so they started some having auditions behind a screen, so you couldn't attach anything you've thought about somebody's gender or their color or their looks or their face to what you're actually hearing their sound same here. You're saying you want to hear what someone says, but tell us more I mean. Why else would we be thrown by what you call their demeanor their face? Yes so the orchestra analogy is great, and it's a very similar thing. We're thrown because the face tells us things about a person, it tells us their gender. Often it often tells us their race or lease to assumptions about their race. It can also tell us things about their level of social privilege. And all of those things can influence how we think about whether we will default to believing someone, so it's not about words in whether their words are credible and make sense to us, but rather what kind of person we think they are. Well, but you're still going to know. Someone is black or female if they have a face mask on. Yes. That's right and so the facemask isn't going to be the total solution like auditioning for an orchestra behind a screen. But my feeling is that it will still help us move away from this assumption, which is really prevalent in a lot of legal doctrines that we have to see the whole face of the witness that the face is the most. Part of the body and it's very important to look at it with. Credibility judgments so I think if we if we're covering up half of the face that gets us some way to disengaging from that belief and questioning it, it goes a little more towards justice being blind. You know that you. Want to hear, but not see, but on the other hand it. We are told that people get to face their accusers. Is there some problem there that someone doesn't really get to see? WHO's the witness against them? Yeah, that's right. we do have the confrontation clause in the US Constitution. Which says that we have the right to confront in his against us. Of course, that's only for criminal defendants. But this does pose a problem for that doctrine I? Think it can be overcome legally because we have an important governmental interest in controlling the pandemic right now and I think ultimately what the confrontation clause cares about is that you can't. Be convicted of something just on the basis of a statement someone made who won't come in and say that statement in your presence, so in my opinion, we could still accomplish that with face masks in even with more. Serious matters like a screen, although that's a bit more of a radical idea. So professor. You think that face masks will be a good thing ultimately in court because they might help eliminate these false assumptions. We have that we can read people's face, you say the research shows that we actually can't but I'm wondering if this might be a negative in particular for black Americans and black men. We had a young black man on the program who was worried about wearing face masks because he felt it would cast him in a negative stereotypical light. He's looked like a burglar. Might this be a negative for black men in court? Yeah, that's a really important question, and it is possible that mass might have the opposite effect of the one that I would hope they might have. I have some hope that this might not be the case, although I think it would depend on a great deal of care, being taken in the courtroom, for example, issuing everyone in the courtroom, the same type of mask I think could help mitigate that problem i. also think this might depend where we are in the country. We're a part of the country where mass have been required in public for a long. Long time and people have gotten used to it, and people are complying then I think seeing everyone in mass in the courtroom has less risk of reinforcing stereotypes on the other hand. If we're in a place where people have not been wearing masks, there is little compliance, even if there is a mask mandate, then I do. I. Do think the risk of stereotyping something. We have to.
"northern california" Discussed on Here & Now
"From NPR and WBZ. I'm Robin. Young. Down this is here now California, Governor Gavin. NEWSOM says he plans to further scale back reopening plans as a new surge in corona virus cases, continues up and down the state. The rate of community spread has been on the rise for the past two weeks, so have hospitalizations. And what are the latest clusters at San? Quentin State prison in the San Francisco Bay area, so let's bring in Dr Kirsten Gibbons Domingo Chair of the Department of Epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of California San Francisco Dr Givens Domingo at San Quentin, at least one in four inmates now has covid nineteen after some inmates were moved from another prison. What happened? Yeah prisons are known challenge during the pandemic because of the close living settings, and we've had prison outbreaks of Corona Virus Infections in the prisons in southern. California One, hundred twenty one prisoners were transferred during a prison outbreak. The thought had been that they had been tested, but apparently hadn't been tested within several weeks before being transferred up to San. Quinton and when they arrived and were introduced to the population in San Quentin it turns out that several were infected so even though San. Quentin had no infections. This prisoner transfer appears to have ceded infections there and the prisoners. Well above capacity, and so this closed environment unable to really isolate in quarantine people dormitory style of Housing Prisoners in San Quentin, and then the introduction of new cases. has really created a really devastating situation in San Quentin terrible. Those transfer prisoners came from the California Institution for men in Chino. Nine inmates had died there, nearly seven hundred been infected. The thinking was that it would reduce the number of infections at that prison, but of course it launched so many more at San Quentin in one of your colleagues rights as you've indicated this particular prison San Quentin is. Built in eighteen fifty two. It's the same as Alcatraz name. Years Alcatraz. One hundred and seventy percent of capacity it seems like prisons across the country who could take a look at this and see it as a cautionary tale. Yeah, absolutely I mean the additional issues of the very poor ventilation in this particular prison, the overcapacity, the inability to really isolate in quarantine, and then we've had the additional issues that we have a long turnaround time to test results in California in the prison system and six days to find that a test result is positive, makes it virtually impossible, and it's important to note that prisoners have been infected some. Some have died as well as the people who work in the prison at San Quentin and so this is a challenge across the state, a current challenge for us here in the bay area, and really one that we we need to plan for because these are known problems during a time of a pandemic like this. Yeah, you talk about people working in the prison, a of course going home to their communities. Yesterday we talked about the rising cases in. Los Angeles County, but widen the lens there in northern California, some less populated areas there. What's the situation? Yeah I. Think many can think of prisons that these are happening very isolated situations, but as you say people who work in prisons. Infections out. In fact, we also have to think that people who live in an area also bring infections in so a prisons, even though they are closed off from the community are really part and parcel of the community we're seeing surges across California. We've had generally low rates across California. But as we've reopened, we have seen a resurgence of cases across the state, and I think the combination of us just having more community, spread plus these outbreaks. Outbreaks pockets of a high density of infections in prisons in meat, packing plants, and in some of our Latin necks, and other poor and minority communities that even counties where the spread has been well controlled, have had outbreaks in these particular communities. All of those together have meant the state is really dealing with an upsurge of cases right now. Yeah, well, and we have the fourth of July weekend coming. What's your advice to families in Northern California? Or one of the biggest things that we know at that has has led to these outbreaks is just our natural inclination after being sheltered for so long to want see the people we want to. We want to spend time with our friends. Our families, our loved ones, and we know that some of the smaller outbreaks that have happened have been just with families coming together in a house or young people gathering together in in bars. Really we have to be cautious at this time, everyone needs. needs to wear a mask. We want to get together with people, but we have to do it. In a safe way that is a smaller numbers of people people we know well and outdoors are much safer than indoors. And in all cases we want to understand how to get together and be in contact with people, but in the safest way possible, because we want to keep our our families and friends safe just as we wanNA have a good time over the holiday weekend. Create family masks. Dr Kirsten Boubons Domingo Chair of the Department of Epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of California San Francisco Professor Doctor Bevan's Domingo. Thank you, thank you. To Hong Kong.
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"northern california" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird
"The mind would have both of these paranormal activities happening. There that that just makes sense. That just kind of reinforces that idea that. Ufo's ghosts all of it is sort of all interlinked right. Yes and I'm literally living less than a mile from a paranormal. Fucking hot spot. This is my dream. I'm I I already loved Your House now. I am moving into the garage get ready. I'm glad that you brought up the idea of being these like inter dimensional ideas or beans. Because what goes along with Inter dimensional beings as recently capes. What the fuck is a mine? Don't do it to me. Oh No you know I fucking hate caves and you're right. A mine is just a manmade cave. Exactly so that's what I'm working with. That's your backyard. Yeah pretty much. And there's so many disappearances that happen around cave areas if you go online for any sort of a minute. The next thing you know you're down rob whole or disappearances ufo sightings all happened around cave around caves. Have you seen this? Have you seen these maps Oh my God okay. No we watched that We're GONNA do a shoutout to that show that we watched a couple months ago Hellier yes we love Hellier obviously and they talk about caves and the extraterrestrial and the paranormal synchronous cities and the Inter. Inter dimensional possibilities. And they're all kind of centered around caves and It's all really really fascinating stuff and turns out. I live next to a hot spot. So also on the last podcast of Aliens like US. Restare be and buttons to interview a man who subscribes to the belief that aliens and ghosts are from the same dimension and he has had contact with them. Multiple Times. So if you're interested in what we're talking about now you should definitely check that out. It's it kind of makes sense when we talked about our When we did our what episode was it was it are aliens episode or Ghost episode. We have touched on this before. How a lot of the same sort of if you're living in a situation where you have these certain things happening to you. It could either be related to one of the other right like a lot of the symptoms of haunting and symptoms of an abduction or the same symptoms basically. So maybe there's a reason why it's the same symptoms graze because it's all connected. Are you so scared? You're never going to sleep? I wish I wish I would have done this episode before he bought this place. But you know what I Oh I did manage to get. It was super foggy like three days ago here and I thought wow this the perfect atmosphere to capture some pictures of empire mine so did get a couple of pictures of the trail that we normally walk and I got pictures of what I could from outside of the walls of empire mine. So we'll just do it. I just popped his popped into my mind but I will post those on instagram. Another one big foot are bigfoot sightings popular in your area. I haven't researched that yet. I haven't heard of anything. However one of my neighbors does have a bigfoot sticker on the back of their car so we should probably start by interview. Your neighbor maybe Well maybe maybe we need to revisit bigfoot. I think too. I think we do and speaking of that. We had a new listener. Email us Recently and he Kevin is his name and he asked seven. Hi Kevin he asked if We had mentioned in our Sykes Psychic solving crimes episode that we referenced the Bigfoot episode and he said he looked in our catalog and he couldn't find it had he missed it. He wanted to hear it. And we never mentioned this on one of our episodes but when we first started this podcast our audio was not the best so we decided to take some of the lower quality episodes off and we are planning to revisit those in the future. I mean as bad as that might be right now on skype. The sound quality on some of those were pretty rough but we definitely will revisit those topics especially bigfoot for sure we loved that episode and we were pretty sad that the sound was so poor but now maybe we have a new angle to come out to look at big foot because maybe now you can just walk around where you live and just try to find big foot and aliens and ghosts all at the same time. Can we stop cameras to your body. How many cameras can you wear a Boob tube camps Had Cam I'm thinking like twenty five twenty five cameras. That sounds like athlete at its best. Let's cover all of our basis. We'll just make a fully equipped go proce spandex suit. I think that's what you need to capture a ghost. I don't know how many times I've watched a show where they see it. And the cameraman turns in. It's gone do you remember where we were all? I remember that I like my computer died so the last thing I remember. So we are back inaction and that's show Biz for you people and that's show Biz baby so that was our that was our Northern California one of the haunted places in northern California. There's many more and we plan to Cover many more especially when we can go there and explore them in person. Yes I think. That would be really cool. Thank you so much for listening everybody definitely I Checked our stats after a while of not checking them and we have a ton of listeners. From all over the world Do not just a northern California not just in California not just in the United States we have listeners from all over the world at this point so if you are listening and you are in California you're in another state in the United States if you're somewhere out there in the world thank you so much for listening. We appreciate it. We appreciate it so so much. If you like what you hear feel free to leave us. A review or reach out to us on email or twitter or instagram. Tell a friend about our podcast. That is really the biggest compliment we can get right. You're a slate that is that is truly the biggest compliment if you say. Hey I like this podcast. I think you'd like it. You should really listen. It's good and Take care of yourselves out there. We hope that everybody that is listening. And everybody WHO's not listening. Has Everything that they need and is staying healthy and is doing the best that they yeah. That's what I'm doing. I'm just doing the best that I can. I mean I'm full on home schooling my children and had no idea what I'm doing. I have never appreciated kids. Teachers Moore said this. I just don't know how I'm going to home school. My children and be a full on day drinker. I just I watch bad teacher and I just try to draw inspiration from Cameron Diaz character where she's constantly they're hungover drunk or hi. That's what I strive for in my life. All jokes aside. It is tough homeschooling and trying to explain the situation to your kids. That are having a hard time dealing with it. It's hard as an adult so for the kids that are trying to understand what's happening. It's a lot for them and I honestly just hope that things get better before they get worse. I just hope everybody's doing okay doing the best that they can really. Yeah I hope that there. Yeah I was just going to say. I hope they're doing the best that they can adjusting to this new normal that we're living Expend an adjustment to say the least so anyways enough about Kobe. Nineteen they've had enough of the spotlight it now. It's not enough the spotlight so I think that's a good good place to end it and I just want to end the episode with a little reminder to love yourself. Lock your doors and light. Some sage cheers to that cheers to that. I mean in in full transparency. Tiffany cheers cheers. Everybody cheers yourself. You deserve it..
"northern california" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird
"All right guys so definitely check out. All of those great podcasts Before we get into our individual stories I wanted to tell you listener aunt. Cassie I put out a little poll on twitter. I'm obsessed with do in the polls everybody on twitter probably aides. When I found that we were doing a ghost story or ghost stories. I asked my twitter friends. Do you believe in ghosts? That was the question and fifty eight percent said yes honestly knowing our friends I kind of it was going to be higher but I think that that's still a good number more than half. Yeah that is more than half. I mean fifty eight percent. That's not bad. I thought it'd be higher to just because of who our friends are not big. Not like based on general population or anything why feel like seventy five percent of the general population believes in ghosts right. I don't know there's a lot of paranormal shows out. There's a lot of you know movies and books about ghosts paranormal activity. I don't know if everybody that ingests that content like actually believes in it or if it's just entertainment for them yeah for me. I personally believe in ghosts but even the stuff that I see on TV. I only believe half of the stuff that I see on TV. Oh okay does that make sense? I believe in everything it's terrifying. Why don't I don't recommend believing it as much as I do? You will never sleep again and cassie you believe in ghosts. Yes so we're to believers okay so I will go first. 'cause my story is very very short very short and seat and then you are going to tell your story and. I'm here for it. So my dad used to work at a rice mill and somebody who was doing the night guard duty. There saw a spirit. It's pretty cool. And he for some odd reason wrote it in the log book which. I don't think that goes to encounters are the point of the log book. But I'm here for it and I love this guy for writing this down. Four twenty one nine nine nine twenty two. Pm Everything has been quiet till the last walk around the warehouse area just past the are tank a person or object. I don't really know abnormal behavior. I guess this was my first. Go citing the person or object stood there for about thirty seconds then vanished into the wall. My first thought was to call frank or Steve but thought better of it till I slept on it so it goes on a little bit after that. But it's nothing else about the ghost so he just wrote kind of a brief description of what happened but the following day at work when his boss Steve came in the night guard told him what happened. He said that he saw a figure. Transparent wearing old style. Clothes Twenties forty style close with a big mustache. Like an old timey barber look. He saw him standing in front of a cinderblock wall and the guy said at first. He thought that somebody was China. Projector onto the wall. Because that's how it looked to him and he looked around to see if anyone was around. I guess pranking him. Apparently this guy was used to having very in-depth pranks I don't know. But he looked around to see if anybody else was there nobody was around and then he watched the ghostly figure walk into the wall and disappear. My Dad brought home the logbook like two days later. So he's had it since nineteen ninety nine. Apparently he's in his collection of A. I don't know borrowed things I don't know I don't know why he took it. I think it's Kinda funny but that was the only time that that happened there. It was just kind of a one off and I thought it was really fascinating. I did try to research the area to see if I could find anything. Find any information. Nothing really came up about it It's a really small town. This mill was in so the history of the town is is not super in depth. But I just thought it was a cool story and I thought that it was kind of funny that the guy shared it with everybody that he worked with when he hadn't worked there that long and I don't know I just thought it was interesting and cool and a little unusual that it was a one off. I feel like usually when you see something that clear. It's not something that just happens one time why I think what's interesting about. His entry in the log. Is He specifically says? This is my first time seeing ghosts. So what is it? His first time in life or it's first time seeing when they're like maybe there had been rumors going around that peop- other people had seen a ghost and this was his first time seeing it. Goes there in that specific spot from the way it was worded? I think that was his first time. He'd ever seen a ghost himself personally and from talking to my Dad. He didn't say that there were any other sightings there. He worked there for like nine years. Okay and he had never seen this. Operation Never showed itself again. So it's interesting it makes me think you know. Usually we think of ghosts tied to a location But perhaps not always or maybe it had something to do with the guard maybe had nothing to do with the place itself. I don't know it's pretty interesting. Pretty full that is so cool. Are you going to read the phone part? Because I thought that was Kinda cool. Oh he just. He just mentioned that the phone had also rang every night at ten fifteen and no one had ever been on. The phone was like another little thing that he added at the end. Which is I don't know I mean I that could be attributed to something paranormal or like in ninety nine. We were so pranking people. I don't know. Did you ever print people and when you were a kid we did? Yeah of course I did. I don't know that's a pretty. I don't know every night at the same time. And he he answers it and no one's there. I mean that a little unusual when I looked when I was trying to research. I was really hoping that it was like and the barber died at ten fifteen but I didn't find that that was just well thinking that was. That was a wonderful little story. Thanks for sharing and thank you to your dad for stealing that log. Thanks Dad for stealing this notebook from work. Keeping it for all these years okay. I'm so ready for your story now. To say this story is a little too close to home is an understatement For me but we've decided to stick to northern California this episode so I am going to cover the hunting accounts of empire mine in Grass Valley California. Okay I've been there and I've been to your house and this is how bad my sense of direction as I did not realize that they were that close together. They're extremely close to each other. I'm a loser I don't. I have no since correction whatsoever. It is really bad so when we talked about doing this episode. I thought you know because I go to empire might all the time It's it's beautiful and it's a blade grids. Great placed it's great contained place to walk around with the kids So so pretty yeah. It's nice so I thought okay. I'm going to go in there. I'm GonNa talk to the park rangers kind of you know. Be That Lady. Who's like have you seen any ghost or do you have any spooky stories while then? Kovic nineteen descended upon us. And where shelter in place? The state parks closed therefore cannot get into empire. Mine had to do what research I could on the Internet's so this is. This is what I came up with and is actually quite interesting. So I found a Blog it's called H. M. B. Horror movie blog and they had one of their Researchers paranormal researchers go to empire mine and a little bit of research and he also gathered some stories while he was there. We should totally try to do this. After this is all over we should go there and be the ghost ladies say. Excuse me anything while you were here. I am totally down for that are on our list. We have a me and CASSIE. Have a big checklist of we've already said we need to go here. We need to go there. We are ready. We had a ton of stuff plan for summer. Twenty twenty and it's looking a little dismal so mice choice for the actual haunting accounts is horror movies blog and what I also went to the California state parks website and I looked. I got my hands on the empire. Mine Brochure that they give out at the park. They haven't digitized it so use that as a source And it's pretty interesting. Let me tell you okay. I learned a lot of stuff that I didn't know about so let's get started. Let me ruffle some papers here to let you know that I am ready to get down to business. All right so empire mine for those of you not familiar with Northern California or California in general Sacramento is the capital California. An Empire Mines located about fifty miles from Sacramento in the Sierra Nevada mountains. And that's like the big mountain range in California. It's considered I say it's a little bit more than higher than the foothills of the Sierra Nevada's but I would say I I would say hi. Foothills of Sierra Nevada gold was discovered in eighteen forty eight in California and by nineteen eighteen forty nine people flocked northern California tens and thousands of people and they actually were named forty niners. Okay so that's where the forty niners name came from. Actually I had to Google why they were called forty niners. You really didn't know that no I love you. You're my best friend I'm not a football fan side when I don't know but I didn't know the specific dates of the gold rush in northern California. So but once I believe the reason why I know the specific and so yeah so I was like Oh forty niners make sense. The local football high school football team there. The forty niners to Or the the High School. Mascot is a forty niner. So and these tens of thousands of people like I said flock to northern California Nevada City Grass Valley area Once someone discovered gold and it kind of became a booming and they came from all over the world People from England. Chinese people came here but that wasn't the beginning of the history of the gold mining town in Grass Valley for ten thousand years before that native Americans called the Nissan people lived in this area which sadly I think A lot of people are getting about the native Americans that inhabit the land that we live on now that had previously inhabited it just because they're number number once the white settlers came here. Their numbers just like vanished because of settling and diseases and so. I think that it's important for us to remember. The history of Northern California passed the gold rush definitely. And you're right. Nobody ever mentions the native Americans. Did they Find GOLD OR USE GOLD. The actually that is a really good question because the Nissan people had a warning against gold in their culture that it would make you sick. You come down with a fever that you couldn't get rid of so. They stayed away from gold. Oh like greed right. It's a little ironic..
"northern california" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Northern California isolated pockets could be heavy at times look for cool dry conditions behind this front another system possible over the weekend it's fresh air now on KQED public radio this is fresh air I'm Terry gross we're going to look back at the year end TV with our TV critic David Bianculli Hey David I was look forward to this at the end of the year me too okay so let's start with your ten best list you on one run through it for us so going backwards from number ten for maximum suspense yeah number ten is Veep which ended this year on HBO had another strong season number nine is CBS's evil which premiered this year it's by the same producers who did the good wife and the good fight and they're doing this very strange spooky supernatural religious questioning thing it's worth seeing it's really a good show and it's developing as it's going along and it's on broadcast television there aren't that many great shows left on broadcast TV so it's good to point out that yes they can still do drama number eight is berry on HBO which just deepens all the time and really good performances and writing that's a very funny show number seven maybe not a lot of people saw this but it was on Netflix called dead to me Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini and a very dark but very funny comedy about women who are going through changes in life and reacting to one another and it really goes in lots of unexpected directions number six which started again this month on Amazon is the marvelous Mrs Maisel and so the people who are fans of that show already know about it and it's back it's got a good cast and good writing by Amy Sherman Palladino number five Damon Lindelof show watchmen on HBO this is one that has gotten so good so fast that it sort of taking the place for me of a show that ended this year that I love to because it was so bizarre and that was legion which is also on my top ten list further up but watchmen he is getting so weird catching on streaming now because it's now gone for the season and its episodes are so smart Jeremy irons is in it it is just Jean smart there are so many good performances all the way here okay yes she's she's fabulous in this is it it is a coming back I'm pretty sure it is this is in its in the place right now where like big little lies on HBO was originally thought maybe we'll just do one but it caught on so big that it came back so I'm expecting the same of watchmen number four I am using the fourth place as a tie for flea bag on Amazon and killing eve on BBC America they're both created by Phoebe Waller bridge she didn't do the current season of killing eve but it's still her idea but flea bag on Amazon surprised almost everybody by winning Emmys this year as best comedy and it's deserved really a good show and a distinct female voice that's great to have on television number three is black mir and that's from Charlie Brooker and it's the best anthology series since The Twilight Zone and it just every single year it comes out other people try to imitate it and fail showing how hard it is and black mere just does more really good stories and that's on Netflix legion I've already mentioned that was on FX indeed this season no Holly it use television better than almost anything since Twin Peaks has used television and then number one this is probably going to surprise people because it's another network show it's from NBC it's for Michael sure and it's the good place it's a comedy about the afterlife heaven and hell in its heaven and hell and you never know which one is which it's just so brilliant about the way that it approaches its subject for example I brought along the clips because it's my favorite show of the year where you have people who have their respective little cadres in what we can call heaven and hell and Ted Danson is Michael in the good place a stance Sibly and then there's a guy Marc Evan Jackson plays and he's called Shawn and he is the leader of the band place and so this opening sequence has both of them it alternates between them giving pep talks to their respective troops and in the band plays you get to hear Hale's theme song and when I heard it it really made me laugh so we're starting with a good place and then we'll go to that place yes okay and marching us into battle our fearless.
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"Northern California. NPR's countdown. Sleep. Welcome in dubs countdown to tip on John Lund. Kevin Franson is we get you ready for a I would say marquee matchups of the year. Right. When you look at the schedule and you get excited the rematch of the Western Conference finals rockets in town. Right. I get excited. Yeah. I'm excited. But I was excited for Christmas day true. That didn't go. Well, now did not go. Well, no, it's funny. We're talking to Steve Kerr yesterday. And we'll play somebody's stuff on DeMarcus cousins, and James harden, and all that kind of stuff, but you know, you think there's going to be certain games where this team would be motivated to play. Well, and you would think Christmas would be one of those. And obviously as we saw Steve reiterated to us who knows this would be another game where you would think. Jeez. James Harden's playing great. This team will be up formed. They're gonna want to defend them Klay as obviously had the kind of year. He's wanted to have. But defensively he's still been very very good. So he's going to be good. Everybody's going to be excited ever is gonna be motivated. And then who knows tonight? Yeah. No. I I'm looking at this where you're looking at a warriors team isn't ready to send a message yet. I think they're just kind of hovering not board. Don't get that board thing in there. But it's just that moment where sense of urgency still. No, well, I mean, you play I think the I think going back to back games and playing well, whether it's Phoenix or not. Whether it's Houston or not whether it's the Lakers or not it doesn't matter who it is playing back to back solid games. I think that's that's a start because you could say, okay. The Portland game in winning in Portland that was one. Then you have to the Phoenix game. I still see Phoenix. And then the next one not not Portland next one. It was back to back against the same team. So you're you're not gonna have that big of a difference for me. This one is a huge thing. I don't know if there's this is an exact correlation between you play one hundred and sixty two games in baseball, technically. Well, I watched two major league baseball players play one hundred sixty two games. You were a major league baseball player. They play eighty two. I understand that. Maybe you can't be at your best for one hundred sixty two games for five hundred plus at bats. I get it. You're going to give it away. And you're gonna make a play. You didn't wish you made? And then all of a sudden in the most important game guys get locked in whatever. But how difficult is it? Because this is the thing we always talk about with the war's over the last number of years. How difficult is it to get up for all games? Most games. How does it work mentally? I think it's one of those things where either you have it or you don't why should there be the waning period. I if this was the preseason, I can totally understand getting game. As what it feels like if eighty two preseason games, I said that a couple of weeks ago show, and all these warrior fans got all pissed about are you ever really feels like eighty two. Because. It takes over to get to the play offs talents. Going to get you a top like the most talents going to get you a top four seed rice telling is. But what I think is funny is in its I guess ironic that we're talking about this. Because look they're on a fifty four wind pace, which is great for most teams. But given the talent that's on this roster when they one maybe the one of the worst things ever happened to this team is when they went seventy three and then they win six they went sixty seven seventy three sixty seven and then they drop off to fifty eight and people think well, geez. Last year was bad year, and Steve Kerr's even laughed laughed about it in the last couple of years as well. But the challenge digest that every single year this is at least a sixty win team. And then you go from there. But what's what's funny about it to me is they proved by being a to see last year and going into Houston winning game. Six and game seven. Chris Paul was injured knee is again tonight. They don't care about seeding. Yeah. We'll cruise like preseason through this whole thing. And wherever we end up. We end up. Let's say we're a four fine. If we have to win a couple of series on the on the road will we're a five, oh, we don't have any home court. That's a big challenge. We'll do that. We're an eight up in. We don't care when every series on the road. I mean that just kind of seems going eight five, but it just seems to me that they are just kind of like we proved it last year we can win on the road. It's not like we can't win a championship. You don't have half the have homecourt advantage. I think this year they're being challenged by that bench, and they are absolutely being hindered. By that bench right now, if they were able to say, okay. The seventy three one year their bench was great, right and the whole right strength in numbers in the moment that you know, the the starters weren't having it Steve Kirk put in the backups, and they for some reason that energy would come back right starters would come back in the whatever their rotation was and they'd start clicking. And that's how they were not even Steve Kerr that was when Luke Walton was doing it. Right. And and you have the whole thing where Luke was almost setting the rotation perfectly. These guys are fitting, boom, we moved something else. It works right now. Steve Kerr, I it's like it's the the positive version of Bruce Bochy. Right. So both in the last couple of years has tried everything. He is tried to push every single button. He's tried to put hundred Pence in the lead up to try to get them going. He's tried every single guy in the three hole. It just seems that nothing worked Steve Kerr's in that moment right now, it's not a negative, but he's trying every rotation. Whether it's Steph in you know, start coming out. First quarter start in the second quarter starting to fourth quarter with the backups. He's trying everything and not everything has a flow. That's what it was a couple of years ago. There's a flow everything that had. I mean, they didn't even it's not like they'd change -tations often. Right. So right now, I feel like I'm not saying there's that low. But I feel like the guys are kind of like looking around going this isn't working either. Yeah. There it's not a doubt with the players. Just like looking around like crazy. I still don't think there was a thing on ESPN. And all these guys are debating in the often do are they still gonna win the championship? A couple of the guys said, no. And I think I always think those TV shows it's kind of for pro show as much talking about two thousand sixteen still. That's how bad the NBA is right because they know the they don't find out. But that's what I think is is is my belief hasn't changed at all that once the games really start mattering, which is that's April. And then they really start mattering in may. And then they really really start mattering in June. I think this team just has that in ability, and we always say this about all these teams can they just flip the switch. Well in this case this team has proven it again. And again, and again, they're not playing great now. But I think they will. And you're right. The one thing that I would say is the bench Houston, by the way comes in tonight. They have the lowest scoring bench in the league. And then the the the warriors are right there below him. So they're not very good off the bench as well. Now, they're going to get some guys back and the word is gonna get some guys back, namely one guy in cousins. So we'll get into that coming up next. Steve Kerr joins us yesterday and talked about DeMarcus cousins when he could return is starting to fully practice with the word. So what's the timetable? Now, we'll talk about it next. John Lund, Kim, France for the warriors dubs countdown to tip off the rockets over at oracle only here on these sports leader..
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"The northern california honda dealers called the game like good morning the man and hopefully you know the northern california hundreds call the game what was it worry my god was gorky and atavism ten thome renaissance l shot in the bottom of the third i hope let's listen three one pitch swing and it's a high drive at a deep centerfield going back blackman now going back to the wall homerun over the sheriff via walk gorky show dan does the tie this game chantale run of the year and he's hit four of them against colorado rockies ten home runs for them against the rockies and that is tonight's giants call of the game pretty pumped from a man jeff load i just want a hundred bucks courtesy of northern california honda dealers will have another chance for somebody else possible you to win tomorrow morning at eight thirty right here in mexico paulie that's with the madison bumgarner start tonight i'm expecting good thanks i'm glad i liked the win last night but i want more i want a lot more onward upward i want like a several game above five hundred kind of feeling in the air there too above right now keep it going you've obviously been reading my jock blog why do i told you read your blog i think they should posted in the giant clubhouse where all the players touch it before they take the field like bob fitzgerald notre dame fighting irish touch that play like a champion sun by the rockies for the pitcher the rockies pitcher day kyle freeland will always be a special guy in my heart because he was pitching the day i was a ball dude last year and i was just you know you sit on that stool you just kinda like giving up anything to the right side of the field i'll tell you that much your experience focused on his long trousers that went below his cleats and how tall he was and there was rookie lefty and i was thinking all right this guy looks pretty promising but which i think the giants won that game believe it or not one of their sixty four wins in two thousand eighteen i think pretty sure they won that game all sixty four is by the way to necas like i love watching trying to juggle medical piece in his hand with handlers yeah well he he called personally because his name actually shows up on the caller id as world peace comma meta and it popped up for like three seconds stern call the game and he dropped out you'll be the best that we should get him on the air hey metta world peace good morning i how you do you know what is it cool you if we reschedule this just like on the air ask him to reschedule tomorrow's we can't do it read texter did suggest that yeah yeah it's a great idea shout out to the area code two i don't know who sent that embryos great call world peace come a meta called us and then now we can't get a hold of the best and he's trying to he's trying to sell his fitness equipment a lesson right here where is it probably come on i had the someplace else if i don't talk to him soon my bench press he's got he's got a portable fitness bundle selling the bundle a total body workout at home or on the go what's better what how does it compare to a body by jake abundant takes my boy don't forget in the early days probably before the internet those exercise shows that they had on espn two in the morning denise austin stretches on the basis check it out yeah i know you did you know what i mean yeah early mornings stretching there on the beach yeah you gotta stretch those ham monroe very fit yeah all right topeka what's the what's the verdict there's a lot of talk going on in their daily running a couple of minutes behind well what i mean yeah what do you want me to do screw her i've got a haunted house to run you'll have to pretty much remember the legendary story of the fraternity boy would call a frat boy english three class who was we were given unexpected assignment in our english three class for an essay and this guy he was in like that third level fraternity or frat is like they don't like frat though they hate it the.
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"The toll from the fires racing across northern california is climbing tonight at least fifteen people have died so far more than two thousand homes and buildings have burned down and hundreds more firefighters have been call to action tanya moseley of pbs member station kqed begins our coverage it's already one of the deadliest most destructive outbreaks of wildfires in california's history from above tanker planes bombed the flames with water in retarded today and on the ground an army of firefighters hoped for help from cooler weather and lighter winds the fires erupted sunday night and their speed and ferocity cut homeowners and officials off guard the first twenty four thirty six hours of these incidents were were fairly unprecedented in california right to have this many fires burning in this way in such a condensed area with a with a big population was was fairly unprecedented causes are still unknown but the fighter sprang up almost simultaneously across nine counties and two hundred square mile area of northern california wine country my neighbor claims inflames the flames were fed by dry brush and driven by fifty mile an hour winds moscow some people awoke to honking cars their neighbors sounding the alarm as they fled without much more than they could carry the city of santa rosa and cinema county was among the hardest hit the tubs fire jumped a sixlane highway and barreled through the city of a hundred and 75000 it left behind a charge shopping center in cars melted from the heat.