12 Burst results for "Peter Kahn"

"peter kahn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"peter kahn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"It rose shows and you can see that it each. It has the pointed petals on it. I don't know if it's up yet, but the has the pointed petals and each There's a fine white line around each one of those pedals. It's beautiful. Look at that thin the next minute sure is one that Bob Martin bread. Bob Morning show. Isn't it all Bob Martin roses all the time. I told you that he was very involved in the Rose world so very much. It's hard to discuss roses without discussing Bob. But this one is called Peter Cottontail, and it's a rose that he introduced about 16 years ago. Another good exhibition rose the collar on it is white, but sometimes it gets little touches of pink in it. Tiger. You have to tell me if we're going too fast a little bit. We can slow down just a bit because Peter Contrail is now just appearing on our Facebook page. And as John mentioned, mostly white and in the middle, you can see a little bit of pink You starting to Form. And that's Peter Cottontail that do you have bids and all these John right now, or just a few know Every Rose has bid, Okay, And it's their up online. Any bits we get today won't be posted till Monday. Probably and again. Those are biz talk radio. We're You know, we're discussing pictures of these roses, which, of course you can't see, But you can always go to our Facebook page and we watch This show just scroll down, and it'll be right there. Every show every podcast five mentioned he did not contribute Marriott to, But he said that he loves that rose. And I think a lot of people to, uh up next, John. Well, I also want to mention while we were on Peter Cottontail that Bob has another rose very similar different color called buttercream. And as you can imagine, it's kind of a creamy yellow very light really Pretty. And Bob said that Peter Kahn tail was the sister seedling of that rose and your sister seedling, Brian, you know, that means that it came out of the same rose hip. So when you plant seeds from a rose hip you can have, you know. And plants come up in every one of those will be different because the Siamese twin effect right joined at the hip. No, they're not joining everyone separate. Okay, to make that clear for those that actually not a really very good analogy came from the same hippies which you're saying, right? They did. OK, OK, Do we have the next rose up there yet? Way eyes Petite, Pearl door, Petite. Yeah. They're, um petite Pearl door was a rose that Robert Rippetoe put out And I guess you could describe it is maybe a miniature Holly answer, but he took the There's a famous Polly Anthony called Pearl Door and he crossed it with Cinderella, which is a micro miniature rose and came up with this petite pearl door. Looking, look at the flower and perspective of the fingers that are holding the flower like that such a small, You know what that's delicate flower. That's very interesting. Otherwise you wouldn't really get a basis for how small That Rose really is. Yeah. And for the people listening to the program, the flower is probably the size of a thumbnail. Yes, that's very good. Yes, it is. And then have you seen this Rose in person, John? What Those are my fingers. Grow those So okay, So s O clusters. Clusters or no clusters. What is s O much, but just a lot of different blooms. So it's so it's a lot all over right perspective the size of John's figures compared to that to that roast, and on that note, we're gonna take a quick break here. Come right back As we continue with the 20th. Annie will save the roses right here. Happening on guard America live right here in our studio this year, so again, keep those questions.

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"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"She says I'm a man and address and I love that. But yeah that students comment really really stayed with me because I'm you know, I want to be perceived to myself wherever I wear Thursday. So interesting that whether I put on a suit or a dress or whatever it might be people will see me differently, even if they know me quite well suddenly like oh you're different cuz you have this on a month. I am different very passionate about your teaching work. Yes. And so I wonder what influence has home teaching had on your own writing not just what you've learned from your students, but the process of being in a state of discovering new voices. What impact has that had on your name, Lee I think it's made me incredibly flexible and Incredibly able to be, you know, trust my intuition and to think on the spot because you can come up with the bed lesson plan, but sometimes it just doesn't work and you've got to be able to think on your feet and come up with new ideas. And I think you know the more years I've been doing education work the mall tools I have in my toolkit, you know, so I've had incredible mentors as well as such as Jacobs and the rose and Peter Kahn and Charlie dark and you know and the like a Booker of course so I know you know, what makes a good Workshop. I know how to make people feel comfortable. I know how to get the best out of people but you can still have bad days and you can still have days where everything you've done before wage is always work for you just doesn't and you just have to think on your feet and come up with a new approach. And so that has not only gone into my writing practice. But just my whole life, you know, you know birth. Times you just get curve balls in life. And sometimes you know what you had rehearsed, you know the conversation you were going to have with your partner with your mother with your best friend the song instances, you know, where interact with people and you think it's going to go a certain way and it just doesn't you can let that throw you or can just roll with it and then come with a new approach or step back and or even ask them. Sometimes I asked my students. I'm like, okay, what what do you want to be doing right now? Because I don't feel like you're feeling this and you know, I I do that in my own personal relationships, you know, I say, okay this isn't working. You know, we've reached a funny place right now. What do we need to do to make this better or different and then with myself I can be like writing I can be working on something and it can be like you're not enjoying this like what you need to do to make this feel right for you, and that might be taking some time off. Premier, you know going on a hike going on a cycle just watching something listen to music dancing around the living room whatever or it might be kind of figuring out. It's okay not to enjoy it today. It's a bit of slug but you'll get through it and maybe you'll enjoy it tomorrow like and that's okay as well like but just kind of making noting how you're feeling, you know actually being aware and not just suffering without really recognising that you're suffering like, but if you choose to like make it hard for yourself because you thrive under that kind of pressure fine, but if you don't and your withering away then address it so those kind of things that's so wise. I think that's a real gem to me. It's much more with my photography off on my relationship to my photography is changing. And sometimes it's like well perhaps I don't need to be taken photos. But you know if I watch movies and I'll get suddenly taken away by the art Direction speaking of amazing art Direction. Have you seen a film called a portrait of a lady on fire? It's on my list. Oh my God. It's the most stunning film that you will ever see dead. So gorgeous. It's beautifully queer. Lots of unspoken queer desires and a very satisfying and but it's just beautiful all the way through. It's just the way I can start recommending it to people so I thought I'd do it right now because yeah, we me and my partner watched it and we were just stunned by how absolutely beautiful and like, you know where to game and watching these two women go through their, you know, feelings and desires for each other and we were turned on and it was quite strange kind of find a kind of a queer women's romantic song. Actually really appeal to us and to every sense going like it's just such a beautiful movie and there's so much in it. So I really recommend it and yeah, you never know where you'll find them inspiration like that movie is stayed with me and who knows how that's going to feed into my writing, you know, and I think for you, you know, when you see things you might not have been taking pictures for a while, but you see something that it might not immediately and feed into your next, you know time out with the camera, but it will change the way you see things. Definitely. I totally agree and you never know what's in your toolbox cuz everything's in the toolbox in terms of you where you are. Now, what stories for you do you feel you need? Just how how are you going to waive into sort of tension and resolution? I know it's hard because There's almost a jinx. If you say too much about your about the work you're working on. Yeah, I mean that's not hard to answer all relationships have tension. So if you're writing about people you're inherently wrong about tension, you know it maybe to a greater or lesser degree, but I think you know parent-child relationships sibling relationships romantic relationships friendships all have levels and degrees of attention in them. And you know, that's what I'm writing about right now. I've got a book that I'm writing and it's got three male protagonists and they're all teenage boys and they all have their different Dynamics with each other and with the other people in their lives and it's a bit of a love triangle and that's been really fun because you know teenage love is so pragmatic. It's.

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"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"It's always quite interesting when a female wears a suit on the red carpet and that's really commented upon as this kind of bold statement. And then when a MAC address on a red carpet like Billy Porter from pose, it's it's incredibly Brave of him to wear a dress on the red carpet and not be considered his drag again. She says I'm a man and address and I love that. But yeah that students comment really really stayed with me because I'm you know, I want to be perceived to myself wherever I wear Thursday. So interesting that whether I put on a suit or a dress or whatever it might be people will see me differently, even if they know me quite well suddenly like oh you're different cuz you have this on a month. I am I different very passionate about your teaching work. Yes. And so I wonder what influence has home teaching had on your own writing not just what you've learned from your students, but the process of being in a state of discovering new voices. What impact has that had on your name, Lee I think it's made me incredibly flexible and Incredibly able to be, you know, trust my intuition and to think on the spot because you can come up with the bed lesson plan, but sometimes it just doesn't work and you've got to be able to think on your feet and come up with new ideas. And I think you know the more years I've been doing education work the mall tools I have in my toolkit, you know, so I've had incredible mentors as well as such as Jacobs and the rose and Peter Kahn and Charlie dark and you know and the like a Booker of course so I know you know, what makes a good Workshop. I know how to make people feel comfortable. I know how to get the best out of people but you can still have bad days and you can still have days where everything you've done before wage is always work for you just doesn't and you just have to think on your feet and come up with a new approach. And so that has not only gone into my writing practice. But just my whole life, you know, you know birth. Times you just get curve balls in life. And sometimes you know what you had rehearsed, you know the conversation you were going to have with your partner with your mother with your best friend the song instances, you know, where you interact with people and you think it's going to go a certain way and it just doesn't you can let that throw you or you can just roll with it and then come with a new approach or step back and or even ask them. Sometimes I asked my students. I'm like, okay, what what do you want to be doing right now? Because I don't feel like you're feeling this and you know, I I do that in my own personal relationships, you know, I say, okay this isn't working. You know, we've we've reached a a funny place right now. What do we need to do to make this better or different and then with myself I can be like writing I can be working on something and it can be like you're not enjoying this like what you need to do to make this feel right for you, and that might be taking some time off. Premier, you know going on a hike going on a cycle just watching something listen to music dancing around the living room whatever or it might be kind of figuring out. It's okay not to enjoy it today. It's a bit of a slug but you'll get through it and maybe you'll enjoy it tomorrow like and that's okay as well like but just kind of making noting how you're feeling, you know actually being aware and not just suffering without really recognising that you're suffering like, but if you choose to like make it hard for yourself because you thrive under that kind of pressure fine, but if you don't and your withering away then address it so those kind of things that's so wise. I think that's a real gem to me. It's much more with my photography off on my relationship to my photography is changing. And sometimes it's like well perhaps I don't need to be taken photos. But you know if I watch movies and I'll get suddenly taken away by the art Direction speaking of amazing art Direction. Have you seen a film called a portrait of a lady on fire? It's on my list. Oh my God. It's the most stunning film that you will ever see dead. So gorgeous. It's beautifully queer. Lots of unspoken queer desires and a very satisfying and but it's just beautiful all the way through. It's just the way I can start recommending it to people so I thought I'd do it right now because yeah, we me and my partner watched it and we were just stunned by how absolutely beautiful and like, you know where to game and watching these two women go through their, you know, feelings and desires for each other and we were turned on and it was quite strange kind of find a kind of a queer women's romantic song. Actually really appeal to us and to every sense going like it's just such a beautiful movie and there's so much in it. So I really recommend it and yeah, you never know where you'll find them inspiration like that movie is stayed with me and who knows how that's going to feed into my writing, you know, and I think for you, you know, when you see things you might not have been taking pictures for a while, but you see something that it might not immediately and feed into your next, you know time out with the camera, but it will change the way you see things. Definitely. I totally agree and you never know what's in your toolbox cuz everything's in the toolbox in terms of you where you are. Now, what stories for you do you feel you need? Just how how are you going to waive into sort of tension and resolution? I know it's hard because There's almost a jinx. If you say too much about your about the work you're working on. Yeah, I mean that's not hard to answer all relationships have tension. So if you're writing about people you're inherently wrong about tension, you know it maybe to a greater or lesser degree, but I think you know parent-child relationships sibling relationships romantic relationships friendships all have levels and degrees of attention in them. And you know, that's what I'm writing about right now..

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"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"But you you've really like fiction than you like to read a good novel to sink into A. Lesson nicely, 'cause I read Bits of poetry. I. Already collection, but then I'll just sort of Kim not just my destiny little. Little Poem and that will keep me going 'cause. I'm like you I don't really I'm not a huge fan of novels I love fiction at. So my houses UNL-, some I love movies I mean the movie snob. But I think this the retrea into story. Can Be really comforting I think. In the power world. Expense. So it seems like you know the time view like you said hasn't been. So traumatic close. You can draw on your skills as an introvert on the other introverts I've spoken to ally slime ascribed. The right. Huge since to deal with by the not saying people isn't the big problem. took. took. On. So have you done online teaching? I mean I have told other people who teach on this show 'cause I'm really interested in. Is it possible, translate such, vibrant, and interim relationship to the screen. Am I spoke to a friend of my Bramshill PGA WHO's The music producer his music production. And he they've got incredible technology and so. A, lot of his students because they're young and they're quite tech savvy. They have all been producing and recording separate staff all in their bedrooms in their houses and still doing stuff with this great energy they have been you know the bedroom album. They use technology in what they do. You know because they're in music production. So technology is the medium. And then I spoke to some other friends of mine and Amy Taylor has been on the show and she's an educator, but she works with little to room and she does up some storytelling. And her and her partner had been doing stuff online with children who onto school trying to teach them but a lot of this stuff is around making. So people will be making stuff in the home. So they're still a physical relationship even if they often contact but I think. Where something is about? Writing, and performing poetry, and there's something about the performance in the physical presence. and. I think the other thing is about zoom in particular. It's about being seen. It. It's all eyes on you. So there isn't any way to hide skulk. On sometimes, that hiding and skulking is important you. So it sounds like that, Spain. One of the most difficult things of lockdown than. Disengagement, but you're calling on the students.

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"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"You think you've allowed yourself because you love them. Do you think you've allow people to love you more because I? This What I get from your book as well. There's a big sense of connectedness and that they choral there. There's the sense of what family is but in quite a broad sense, it's not just once biological family. So do think. Of. Perhaps the last twenty years or however long. You've learned perhaps from your students about the idea welcoming loving. Roger? I think collectively is really important on that sense of community. So I'm thinking now that we've got this We have a global pandemic. And we have. It's but a big discussions about I'm racial injustice. The black lives matter movement white privilege on my wondering how To. Things. You. Poetry helps you maintain a sense of connectedness and hope. and. I guess even without poetry. How'd you still made less maintain that sense of connectedness and hope when there's a sense of disc location Tax. In many ways. Not. Sister. And the found poetry away to anchor yourself during this time. I mean reading it rather than Rights.

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"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"It's about saying something in somebody that they might not recognize at that point in themselves. Of carry the confidence and the belief for them until they can catch up with that. And I think. So with that, what have your? Students told you on I know probably a lot. But The thing is something that thing but you've just slow. The gift of tapes in has come alive feel. I'm thinking about your writing in this long periods of time. To right. Did you way for those twenty years thinking I'm going to book someday. or the of volve slowly under do have other people saying. Compete. Book. The books way thank. Go on, give it a much. Give a little water. Say Blue. Quits. It does it does unlined think cousin in your book people often have fangs. Your list assignments is huge. It's like a list of love. And, annual loans. Talking before the interview. It felt very real in that was online those love in the room. and. I'm thinking. OPOKU Slavs important and this big-hearted thing that you're grateful to people in. Uganda it's not just you. It's part of a family and family a supporting each other, and I'm going back to the first question for amsoil little twist on. What has lost twenty s to about love. Way. were. Do.

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"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Other links between I guess poetry in teaching 'cause obviously you teach poetry but is. Teaching poetry that makes you a teacher or could you teach anything as something special about the relationship of being a teacher that sort of? Fills your heart. As react. Time. uh-huh. Waltz your experience then of you being heard. Did you bring that to your teaching? Working. Read..

"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"peter kahn" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"Do those finances doing that? Yes That's just meeting my stuff. Okay. That's great. Okay, you can put your recording now. Stop. Gives me extreme pleasure this I'm GonNa Start Your fast food bed pornography. As extreme pleasure now, it gives me great to introduce my guest today pizza come who has described himself justice minute to me as educator I poets second. And we'll be talking about buzzed today. But the big thing was open touch against. You've recently have a magnificent book published. This is my plug little kings published by nine hour just press, which you can buy online. Or offline, but as more online shopping at the moment and also. A CO as Of a really great anthology. The Golden Shovel Anthology. Now. The first question I wanna ask you because when you had to online launch. You said it was little kings was twenty years in the making. But it made me. Sing inside because I. Love the idea. that. It's taken a long time. So these poems percolated and they've marinated. It's become this book slowly but surely. Some. I have a question. What have you learned about poetry in the last twenty years on perhaps and addition to that? What have you learned through victory in the last twenty years? Ago In. Gap. Ethos. Bet. Certain..

"peter kahn" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

22:06 min | 1 year ago

"peter kahn" Discussed on KCRW

"The options are endless. So how do you find what Fitz I'm Jonathan Bastian, host of Casey, R. W's life examined. We'll hear from philosophers, scientists and faith leaders, each offering a different way to find meaning in the modern day that's on life examined Saturday mornings at nine right here on W. In between growing Ben and lose red dress. Listen, the morning becomes eclectic. Right here on K C. R W Wait. She couldn't stop crying because he knew he was gone. 35 on a little ride. Go read there that one. But I couldn't You help me with House wanted to die. And another one on the way couldn't stop crying because she knew he was gone. Just That way. But No big brother piece. No, it's going to take No. Such a good album, It's Peter Cottontail. The new album is called Catch. The Song's Called High five and Futures. Aaron Ellen Kane, Grace Webber and Sing Harlem on this incredibly uplifting, amazing album from Peter Kahn Tale Prince Now in September, the sign of the Times Super Deluxe Version is coming out. And this is the 1979 version of I could never take the place of your man. I believe the one that we're more familiar with this from the mid or a little bit later eighties. I could never take the place of your man from Prince Lis Retros, New humanity and current band Shida.

"peter kahn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"peter kahn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Thirty children and one another chicken pox from an outbreak in the weeks before I got there but supporters of the plan say it's been a success because migrants are no longer being drawn to Texas with dreams of living in America for years while their case plays out well the corona viruses starting to impact the economy especially US companies in China Facebook and apple have limited the number of hours their employees in China are allowed to work and Google is temporarily closing its offices in Hong Kong and Taiwan Google is also telling employees not based in China to leave China this comes as the World Health Organization says the corona virus spread outside of China is of quote great concern no new cases have been reported in the US the total stands at five with several more being investigated the world health organization's international health regulations emergency committee will brief the organization's director general today we'll Han is ground zero in the outbreak that's now killed at least one hundred and seventy people and sickened more than seven thousand in China meanwhile in response to the outbreak the state medical operations center is now been activated in Texas the center will provide information from the CDC and answer questions from local health departments bush intercontinental airport in Houston and DFW airport are now ordered to screen travelers coming in from China well the defeat of a Democrat running for an open Texas house seat in the Houston suburbs is giving Republicans momentum going into the fall election GOP strategist Karl rove says it was a mistake for the Democrats to bring in a national figures Robert Francis o'rourke it is outrageous contra statement cooling Castro universal health care free legal the all of those kind of things we take on a life of their own he says that doesn't sit well with suburban Texan so this rate should be a road map for others running for office well here's something to think about when you're digging into it that bowl of walking only on Superbowl Sunday avocado growers once again airing an ad during Super Bowl Sunday but what it will not talk about is the growing involvement of Mexican drug cartels who are seeking their teeth into profits uncle Ernst an analyst with the international crisis group says the cartels make just as much money controlling the commodity as they do running drugs violence for seeing regions such as Peter Kahn which is sort of like a kind of central he says it's a double edged sword for Mexican farmers demanded means jobs but the cartels taking an increasingly bigger cut as they look to diversify Michael board newsradio twelve hundred W. a Y. R. U. S. border officials say they found the longest smuggling tunnel known along the US Mexico border it stretches more than three quarters of a mile from an industrial area in the city of Tijuana to about a half mile west of the tied mesa port of entry in San Diego the entrance to the tunnel was first discovered by Mexican authorities back in August with all the talk of super high medical prices a surprising number of hospitals are filing for bankruptcy Bloomberg's Leri Kaski houses and focus report a quiet crisis is unfolding for U. S. hospitals Bloomberg reporter Lauren Coleman Lochner says a growing number of filing for bankruptcy and many are closing and we expect more a lot of these hospitals treat the most vulnerable who are relying on government payments and those payments often don't cover the costs of care our data show at least thirty hospitals entered bankruptcy last year in many cases population trends are to blame in the case of rural hospitals where we've seen the bulk of these bankruptcies you you're simply losing population people are leaving rural areas there's not a lot these hospitals can do about that and in urban areas patients often gravitate to big name hospital and so it's very hard for these local and community hospitals to attract the number of privately insured patients that they would rule already this year the bankrupt owner of Saint Vincent Medical Center in Los Angeles said it plans to close after a failed sale I'm Larry Kaski Bloomberg business news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. R. the San Antonio Spurs snapped a three game losing skid with a win over the jazz last night the voice of the spurs bill Schoening has more in today's spurs report brought to you by big bit barbecue the store shot fifty six percent of the floor and got a season high thirty eight points from Martin Rosen as they snapped a three game losing streak by knocking off the Utah Jazz one twenty seven one twenty at the A. T. and T. center the spurs bench outscored the Utah reserves fifty four to forty as Patty mills scored eighteen the jazz replaced by Donna Mitchell's thirty one point guard Derek white called a much needed when the spurs will play their final home game before the.

"peter kahn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"peter kahn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Saw thirty children and one mother chicken pox from an outbreak in the weeks before I got there but supporters of the plan say it's been a success because migrants are no longer being drawn to Texas with dreams of living in America for years whether case plays out all the corona virus is starting to impact the economy especially US companies in China Facebook and apple have limited the number of hours their employees in China are allowed to work and Google is temporarily closing its offices in Hong Kong and Taiwan Google is also telling employees not based in China to leave China this comes as the World Health Organization says the corona virus spread outside of China is of quote great concern no new cases have been reported in the US the total stands at five with several more being investigated and we want is ground zero in the outbreak has now killed at least one hundred and seventy people and sickened more than seven thousand in China meanwhile in response to the corona virus outbreak the state medical operations center is now been activated in Texas the center will provide information from the CDC and answer questions from local health departments bush intercontinental airport in Houston at DFW airport are now ordered to screen travelers coming in from China for the deadly virus well here's something to think about when you're digging into a bowl of walking only during Superbowl Sunday avocado growers once again airing an ad during Super Bowl Sunday but what it will not talk about is the growing involvement of Mexican drug cartels who are seeking their teeth into profits Falco Ernst an analyst with the international crisis group says the cartels make just as much money controlling the commodity as they do running drugs violence for seeing regions such as Peter Kahn which is sort of like a kind of central he says it's a double edged sword for Mexican farmers demanded means jobs but the cartels taking an increasingly bigger cut as they look to diversify Michael board newsradio twelve hundred W. away I U. S. border officials say they found the longest smuggling tunnel known along the US Mexico border more than three quarters of a mile the tunnel stretches from an industrial area in the city of Tijuana to about a half mile west of the tie mesa port of entry in San Diego the entrance to the tunnel was first discovered by Mexico Mexican authorities back in August well the Harvey Weinstein trawlers bringing to more accusers to the stand one woman yesterday said Weinstein raped her while the other says he wanted to exchange sex for movie roles winds teens not criminally charged with assaulting these women the prosecutors want to show a pattern of predatory sexual behaviour Weinstein is facing sexual abuse charges against two other women stemming from encounters he says were consensual if convicted he faces life behind bars with all the talk of super high medical prices a surprising number of hospitals are filing for bankruptcy Bloomberg Leri Kaski has this and focus report a quiet crisis is unfolding for U. S. hospitals Bloomberg reporter Lauren Coleman Lochner says a growing number of filing for bankruptcy and many are closing and we expect more a lot of these hospitals treat the most vulnerable who are relying on government payments and those payments often don't cover the cost of care our data show at least thirty hospitals entered bankruptcy last year in many cases population trends are to blame in the case of rural hospitals where we've seen the bulk of these bankruptcies you you're simply losing population people are leaving rural areas there's not a lot he's hospitals can do about that and in urban areas patients often gravitate to big name hospital and so it's very hard for these local and community hospitals to attract the number of privately insured patients that they would rule already this year the bankrupt owner of Saint Vincent Medical Center in Los Angeles said it plans to close after a failed sale I'm Larry Kaski Bloomberg business news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. R. the San Antonio Spurs snapped a three game losing skid with a victory over the jazz last night the voice of the spurs bill Schoening has details in today's spurs report this first shot fifty six percent of the floor and got a season high thirty eight points from Martin Rosen as they snapped a three game losing streak by knocking off the Utah jazz one twenty seven one twenty at the A. T. and T. center the spurs bench outscored the Utah reserves fifty four to forty as Patty mills scored eighteen the jazz replaced by Donna Mitchell's thirty one point guard Derek white called a much needed when the spurs will play their final home game before.