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"pilsen" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Those decisions are being made Recommend it to the board of education by the superintendent and our leader center those that overlook the high schools and the middle schools and the elementary schools. But to be fair. I have some input But we're trying to base all of our decisions on the numbers that are coming out of schools and not make assumptions. Some schools have been impacted. Some have been less impacted. And i don't know that anybody knows why that's the case. No i don't think so either. And i think that this is such a fluid situation that it's got to be hard to try and make make decisions accurately and appropriately. It is and it's really hard to To do what you know. Everybody wants done. There's a there's a faction of of our society whether it be school district six the city or Our our nation than as larger group. That wants everybody messed up. And there's a faction that Says personal freedom. I don't want to wear a mask. And i don't want my child or a mess. So there's there's very very diverse opinions and folks coming out to voice those opinions and They absolutely have every right to do that. When you know how volatile the situation can be especially when you're talking about people's children. Yeah no question. there's a there is a group. Parents are much too much akin to my last point that that are really thankful that their children are mass. And there's a number of them that are quite unhappy. So you know dr pilsen. The school districts trying to make decisions based what's really happening our schools and trying to be fair to everybody and then there is a there is an online option available which don't know the numbers we have right now online school but to those that want to continue to get educated and don't want to wear a mask in the school so there are some options but obviously the cleanest way for this to go with buddy be back in brick and mortar schools without mass but the endemic..
"pilsen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"With above average temperatures. Partly cloudy, mid upper eighties. 61 at O'Hare 64 Midway 65 at the lake. I'm Cambone at the Weather Channel WLS am 8 90 with another update in 30 minutes, Lori Lightfoot expected to announce the new CEO of Chicago public schools this morning. She will name San Antonio School Superintendent Pedro Martinez, head of CPS. Martinez replaced Janice Jackson, who announced in May that she was stepping down Lightfoot's making the announcement at Benito Juarez High School in Pilsen, where Martinez is said to have graduated from The news out of the Koreas this morning. The powerful sister of North Korea's leader has criticized South Korean President Moon Jae in and threatened to complete destruction of relations. Hours after Moon and South south South Korea's growing missile capabilities will serve As a secure very is a sure deterrence against North Korean provocations. Moon made the comments after South Korea's first successful test of a sub launched ballistic missile. The test, coming hours after the South Korean and Japanese military said North Korea had fired two ballistic missiles into the sea and Alderman apologizing to the city Council for his use of foul language in text messages. Alderman Jim Gardner yesterday before this body to offer my sincerest apologies for the pain. An insult that anyone has endured as a result. I take full responsibility for my offensive words in those messages. The FBI allegedly investigating gardeners conduct a new contract for Chicago Police approved yesterday eight year deal. Raising the base salary by 20% by 2025 some retroactive pay dating back to when the last contract ran out in 2017 wls news time. 904 Take a look at what's happening out there on the roads. It's busy Kennedy in our eight Oh, here into downtown Eisenhower, Thorndale to the post office in our 11th. Stevenson. I grew 55 to the drive at 59 minutes. The Dan Ryan right now 95th in the downtown is going to cost you about 28 minutes. Solid traffic with an accident or a broken down car. More likely. Center lane Black Tri State South Bend at North Avenue. Next update 15 minutes. Breathe. You can't control what Tomorrow will bring. But you can control how you start today and feel the power of saying reentry or not. Here I come arm and hammer more power to you. Uh, I'm.
"pilsen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Mix of clouds and sun middle to upper eighties. Saturday Sunday 16 O'Hare 62 Midway 58 at the Lake. I'm Can Boone from the weather Channel WLS am 8 90 with another update in 30 Minutes, Mayor Lori Lightfoot expected to announce a new CEO of Chicago public schools later this morning. The name. Pedro Martinez, former or current San Antonio's schools. Superintendent. Lightfoot scheduled to announce the selection this morning at Benito Juarez High School in Pilsen. We're Martinez graduated from and he will replace Janice Jackson, who announced in May that she was stepping down yesterday City Council introducing a resolution praising Jackson's work. Which includes more than two decades within Chicago public schools, an apology yesterday from Alderman Jim Gardner at the City Council meeting, He apologized to the aldermen and city employees that he Reference using foul language and leaked texts, as well as his wife and daughter. Make it clear that I have never acted on those rants. However, they should not have been expressed. And it certainly was not my intention to demean anyone. This has been an embarrassment to many an offensive to others and again. I want to apologize to those references in the text. And to my family. Predominantly my beautiful wife. And my gorgeous daughter. The FBI's allegedly investigating gardeners conduct it includes whether or not he retaliated against constituents in his ward, who Were critical of him. A new union contract for police approved yesterday in the city Council. The eight year contract raises the base pay 20% by 2025 for some 11. 1000 rank and file officers. Gavin Newsom will stay California's governor. Voters in that state voting no on the recall effort against him. An ABC is Alex for shame. Telling us what it could have meant for national politics. Governor Gavin Newsom will keep his job ABC News making the projections based on exit polls and vote analysis. Thank.
"pilsen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This is Chicago's very own 7 20. W G. M It's 78 degrees at 5 30. Good evening. I'm more Lavaca. Chicago police searching for answers after a person was attacked and killed in Pilsen this afternoon, Chris Brian and the Giants beat the Cupped in his return to Wrigley Field Carlos Road, um, returning to the mound as the White Sox take on the Red Sox tonight. The Dow continued his retreat to end the week. The closing numbers coming up very Vandeveld Has your traffic update heavy delays on the even still from Dempster. The Kennedy out to the airport is an hour and 20 minutes in about an hour and 15 accident at Fullerton, left Lane blocked the outbound. Eisenhower. The manhunt 48 minutes. Same coming in Stevenson about 48 to the tristate accident on the inbound Ryan occur field. Bishop Ford hits the brakes and 111th with an accident off to the side also Tri state south to 90. At 55 is heavy. And Roosevelt said North Avenue Westbound I 80 94 some backups from I 65 Kennedy and eastbound. I 80 from center to Richard's Band Traffic Center, reminding you to drive responsibly Learn more life for death. Illinois com Homicide investigation is underway in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood after a man was found beaten this afternoon. According to police. The victim whose age is unknown, was found unresponsive in the 1900 block of South Ashland Avenue around 2 45. He had head trauma caused by an unknown object. It was transported to Mount Sinai Hospital, where he was ultimately pronounced dead. No one is in custody and the investigation is.
Latino Groups Want DOJ Probe of Chicago Police Shooting
"Lawyers and community leaders will ask the Department of Justice to investigate the fatal shooting of a 13 year old boy by a Chicago police officer. Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois and Pilsen lost center will call on Mer Lori Lightfoot to accelerate court supervised changes to policing in Chicago and food and foot pursuits by officers and to invest federal covert relief dollars to help young people in the neighborhood, or Adam to later lived and died.
"pilsen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I can see Like until there's a car in there, but barely because he liked you can make out a little bit of the wheel in a little bit of the door handle, and that's it. It looks like one big snow pile and a lot of work ahead of You for that. I think this he said, this is your son's car on pills in Pilsen. Just officer Macro, totally totally buried. Greg Pratt of the Chicago Tribune is joining us now, Greg. I saw this and I thought, what a revealing interview the mayor Mayor Lori Lightfoot, who you covered and you cover City Hall. Do that very well for the Chicago Tribune gave This revealing interview to the New York Times where she, uh she made some pretty interesting news there. So how are you today you get Are you were working from home? She asked first. Yeah, you know, not not a lot of other choice with, uh Um Apocalypse going up. So are you normally in the office much? I don't really know how many folks of the tribunal going in and out of the office? No. Well, you know, technically, we don't have an office anymore because our corporate, um When Lord has alleged are our corporate owner is allegedly a deaf each of the landlord and so, uh, you know, they said, we've essentially vacated Prudential and so we don't really have a newsroom. We sort of had some space at, uh At the Freedom Center, supposedly, but I've been working remotely, Which means, you know, finding a lot of clever ways to meet people while also not getting Cove in. So it's a very glamorous life, but I bet Maybe we'll get a chance to talk a little more about that other issue talked about. I know you've been tweeting about new ownership and hoping that the Tribune and get some help there. But I do want to ask you about this interview that Mayor Lightfoot gave to the New York Times very in depth. It totally made news. At least to me. You cover her more closely. Maybe some of this with more With the things that you've heard her say before, but She basically made it. She said that she thinks that the Chicago teachers union would like to take over not only the Chicago public schools but taking over running the city. Government that made a bit of news today. That's a really It is news because she said it so directly. It is a little It's clearly what she thinks You can see it and how she addresses he to you. You can see it in how she is always hyper defensive and very aggressive about the union. It felt she thinks that Jesse and Stacy I have plans for for taking over the government and its not necessarily 100% new, you know, last year 2019 After the strike, she told me that she expect them to come after her..
"pilsen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Over Valentine's Day. If you're in a Rocky relationship is a chance to fix it over Valentine's Day. But good luck. Good luck with that. We think about the downtown hotels and restaurants and north side, But there's some interesting staycation ideas and on the south side, including that That hotel That's right near the University of Chicago campus. The future home of the Obama library. Tell us a little bit about this. Well, a great That's a great example. Hyde Park. Of course, you've got the Sophie, which is a fabulous boutique hotel right on that main thoroughfare and just across the street. Eric Williams is amazing Restaurant. He's in a James Beard award winning nominated chef virtue. So it's just a great example of where you can spend the weekend in a neighborhood um, walkable, two great restaurants on and again that that's whether it's Wicker Park where there's Andersonville, Whether it's The South side, Whether it's you know, Pilsen great opportunity. TOC support our restaurant and hotel community. The attractions that re opened and so Very walkable to get to some of those as well in a court of the sea on just a chance to you know, I think we all could use a break. After all we've been through. No kidding. You mentioned Pilsen Forbes just named Pilsen, one of the 12 coolest neighborhoods around the world. How about that? And of course, you know, it's got such a historic significance it celebrating our culture, our heritage. And it's one of the coolest neighborhoods in the world. And how about a little village? If you want to get some good, traditional Mexican food? That's a place to go, isn't it? Yeah, I mean, that's you know, that's that that row of restaurants is one of the most talked about and it's a chance again. Some great hotel opportunities where you can package hotel food. Get a cold beverage. It's walkable. It's safe. It's clean on our our industry is waiting for you. You know, the only thing missing for us to all recover is getting back out there getting back out there safely because that's.
"pilsen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Shame is to me with extremely local news. Good morning. Shame, Miss, Let's start with what's going on in the far North side. Anybody getting their mail these days? Well, if you listen to the people of Rogers Park, the interest No or very slowly, this has been a bit of recurring problem for for years. We frequently get complaints about just packages. Don't show up. Mail doesn't show up. They've had several town hall meetings up in Rogers Park spills over into Edgewater is well, but this week there was a town hall with representative Jan Schakowsky and she really She said. She's really been hammered with complaints, particularly in the last couple of months or so, her office alone, you know, not exactly the place you'd think to complain about mail service. But I have gotten 150 complaints just in the last couple weeks, So it's a problem. She she You know, said she was taking it very seriously. And she's uh there's gonna send eight additional postal carriers to the Rogers Park office to try to get the mail out. But it Z. You know, it's it's obviously a very frustrating thing. You know, even something as simple or is, you know it's boring as getting your bills sent to you. You know, if you're like me and your payments they come in. Don't necessarily remember all of them. Unless you know, unless you've got a reminder you can. You know they can just go unpaid for awhile. But Christmas cards obviously packages everything that we're ordering online so we don't go out. So, um, hopefully help is on the way. The congresswoman I told folks earlier this week, but it remains this be seen because, like I said, we've We've been hearing about these problems in Rogers Park for a long time and also West Ridge in Edgewater for four years, right? Right, And it's you know, in past cases when they've had town halls of the postal Services has blamed it on basically just like a lack of staffing. Um a lot of turnover. It's the carriers haven't really gotten good at the state long enough to get good at the routes. But as we all saw in the last couple months there changes at the post office is well, that is really impacted service and I think that plays a lot into it now, so So we'll see. You know, Hopefully, things start to get better. We get more people hire there as well. As you know, some of hopefully, when the vaccine gets around, we get old. Don't get just a little bit more stability and the workers. They're taking the jobs and keeping the jabs right. What happened in Pilsen with this historic landmark district plan? Yes, I think we've talked about this one. Before there was a push to landmark are a huge stretch of Pilsen, Um around 18th Street and Blue Island Avenue about 900 buildings in a A mile and a half stretched over there really beautiful buildings There were all built given about 18 75 for about 1910. There's a push to landmark them to put restrictions on demolitions and what you could do to the facades. But it was a lot of pushback from from the neighbors. The landowners they were really while they don't want people coming in and demolishing off their history, they also don't want to give away the power to to make changes to their own land. So yesterday, the alderman said they heard the residents lounge. Clear. They killed this plan to landmark that that historic district it was. It was a unanimous vote within one of the City Council's committees, the zoning committee and, um, basically, it's really just gonna put this thing on the shelf for a long time. Pilsen is one of the you know the hottest neighborhoods in Chicago. Right now, there's a lot of people moving in. There's a lot of development and the elected officials There are really trying hard to both, Um, you know, tow. Both make it desirable place to live but also a place where the current residents don't have to move out because the prices go up so much. So, um, it's a mixed. It's definitely a mixed bag. They Not protecting these buildings might be a way to toe lock in some stability in the neighborhood, but but ultimately they're gonna have to find some other ways to sort of slow the gentrification process and Pilsen. And when you've got a hot happening neighborhood like that, you get controversies like that one and then back up North and Avondale. I've said this before. Every once in a while. We're hearing about somebody opening up food establishment and you know, all we're talking about our business is closing, so I love giving a little publicity's to somebody who's trying to start it up in this environment. Tell us about what's going on in Avondale. Right. I promised to bring you and your listeners some positive cookie news. Everyone so well. Here it is. Angela Diaz. She's the longtime pastry chef at the Trench, Herman and the Cherry Circle room restaurants as well. Some high end hotels tells us she is opening up a gluten free cookie store in the Avondale neighborhood. It's gonna be a 34 53 North Albany Avenue. She's holed hopes to open it begin at the beginning of next year. She's been making these cookies now for four years. She sells them wholesale. She sells them on our website. It's well cookie dough. Website. You can also get a mint and grocery stores all around the area. It's under the brand name your cookie, and she's gotten some rave reviews. I think one of the positive things she she has a gluten sensitivity, so she's been making these and figure it out. You know, you could really make these with Pretty much a noticeable to the to the person eating it, which is, which is the benefit, you know, you think I don't want to give up anything. I'm gonna indulge in a cookie, and I wanted it to be anything I wanted to be, You know, fully leaded. But she says no people don't even notice at some point. Then she tells him then they're thrilled to find out that Got there. Gluten free. So, um, she's excited. She's in Aurora native. She's gonna be trying to focus a little bit on sort of Mexican based pastries, but, uh We've got some pictures of the cookies on our website at Black from Chicago, and they are incredible. They're like this size cookies in some cases, so you're cooking. It's gonna be 34 53 North Albany Avenue next year. It's gonna be a walk up window for now, just this sort of student or roll with the times no point in making indoor dining at this point, but eventually she hopes to to make it larger to make this her production facility for her wholesale business. And, uh and is always way wish her the best because you can't have you can't have enough cookies. Companies in your neighborhood, particularly ones where the smell lost across the neighborhood like you were talking about earlier. We need our cookies now more than ever, and we will probably for the next year. Shame is to me, Maura Black Love Chicago. That order. Thanks, Seamus. You have a good day. Explode. You two coming up cattle brand of which went nuts last night on the radio. As you would expect. Hampton old be Kozlowski we're talking about the Bears will give you some highlights coming up right after 7 30 years break two minutes from now. Show your home Some holiday love shop close now during our season of savings event get artificial Christmas trees starting at just $49.
"pilsen" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast
"Guys help them help you. You know feel free. Don't you're not victim here of whatever going but you might be able to take some leadership here and help calibrate or if you have a manager that just maybe he's a little socially awkward it happens sometimes he might say, Hey, you know. Philipson you know why do I always the jackwagon named feels. Sorry. For the Vilson, listener center out there. But you our favorite listeners, Pilsen? Pilsen Y- Cheney did this thing that was awesome this week and you should you should recognize sir, you can just buy prompting some of those things. You can turn your culture upside down in a good way. So if it's negative if there's not recognition and it's not like a place at super transactional, you can dial into some of those intrinsic motivation. It's like teaching the Karma Jen father who never told their kids they'd love them. Hey Dad. Here's a list of literature about why you should say you love me at least once a week you know and so it's fine if they start off with some of that but he eventually that stuff becomes organic and natural and leadership doesn't mean you're in a management position, you can lead from the bottom up for sure. So let's just touch on briefly some of these different ways in which you can graciously accepted an award if you are in that position and it's something formerly being done in the organization, you actually find these Chris from. toastmasters and toastmasters is a great organization by the way just WanNa mention that they help people build their confidence in public speaking and it's it's good stuff check them out but they had some advice on how to graciously accepted award. I think the biggest thing first of all say thank you knew that that's that's an easy one. Make sure you share credit with the people who may have helped you along the way how to be from the heart you know show your personality a little bit Be Gracious. Acknowledges good work that's being. Done by your peers are you know even your competitors? Thank the people who selected you for it I'll be excited about it. You know this is kind of like when somebody tells you that they're offer you a job, right? They're they're kind of saying in business speak that they love you. You kind of need to say something back. That's that's appropriate and shows that you're excited about it so that you're grateful show that you're excited about it be modest, and if you actually are going to be in the opportunity, you know where you're going to formally. This in front of people practice practice what you're gonNA say right. It doesn't have to be elaborate but do run through it a couple times. Yeah. You don't be the person where they suck the Mike down onto the stage because he didn't have any rehearsal for your words but for those of you feel uncomfortable with that personal attention, you know the cat, the spotlight's Kinda shown you that's the perfect time to die then and share your credit and how can I be excited enthusiastic feel..
"pilsen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The news is sponsored by W. G. N. America by Pilsen residents are fighting landmark status and what's holding up a current of our stimulus bill, plus latest from the campaign trail for Stubby Jin traffic. Things are looking good out there on earth, roadways and expressways. No incidents of reports for you right now, which is a good thing because there's snow moving into the area. More on that in a few minutes first up with more White House staff are assisting positive for the Corona virus. The president's chief of staff is saying, quote. We're not going to control the pandemic, of course money, Ben Thomas reports. Mark Meadows tell CNN it's a contagious virus, just like the flu, and the government is more focused on getting effective therapeutics and vaccines to market. But at a campaign rally in New Hampshire Sunday, President Trump claims sending anyway We're rounding the turn, but the vaccine will get it down fast. Joe Biden Call's Meadow statement, McCain did acknowledgement of President Trump's strategy, which he describes as the white flag of defeat. Campaigning in Detroit. His running mate, Senator Kamala Harris says over 8.5 million people have contracted this. Virus and will have unknown long term health consequences. Ben THOMAS Washington A number of Fox News personalities on the network's president, are being advised to quarantine after exposure to a person with the Corona virus. The New York Times reporting that bright bear Martha McCollum and host of the five Juan Williams and Dana Pary no have been advised to isolate along with President J. Wallace. The hill reporting. The exposure occurred on a charter flight between Nashville in New York City following the final presidential debate last Thursday. Contact tracers in Wisconsin have become overrun and are asking infected people to reach out to those that came into contact with in what's being called a crisis model of contact tracing States on average of 3400 daily cases reported in the last week. An additional 3600 positive tests confirmed in Sunday's update the total number of cases in the state approaching 200,000. Meanwhile, Illinois continues to report high numbers of covert cases, health officials reported 4062 new cases of covert 19 Sunday 24 people died over 72,000 were tested the positivity right holding at 6.1% a protest Sunday outside Alderman Tom Tony's restaurant by group wanting a no vote on an upcoming ordinance. Before Tony's landmark committee, the region's Judy weighing has more. The Landmarks Commission wants to desert a portion of 18th Street and several adjacent blocks. As a historic district supporters say it would preserve the Westside neighborhood architecture and prevent big developers from changing the neighborhood's character. But many longtime residents argue the ordinance protects buildings, not.
"pilsen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The former chief medical officer for the Cooke County Department of Public Health. She was a doctor serving public housing residents. One of the deadliest heat waves in US history hit Chicago because it seemed like 25 years, Dr Murray No, it really doesn't like that. Yeah, it was on this day in 95. We got up to 106 degrees. It kind of caught everyone by surprise, Didn't it of the severity of this Well, I think that's one of the issues with these kinds of events just like Oh, bit it caught. I think the general public by surprise, and certainly the media, but people that pay attention to heat waves and and are changes in our weather patterns. I would argue it didn't catch them, but by the time it was over 739 people died and mostly old people and people of color correct. Yes, there was this proportionately old and disproportionately African Americans short with the poles to Mexican Americans of important book heat wave by Eric Kleinberg so eloquently differences, the structural differences that explain these changes and deaths. And Dr Murray What's changed in our city since then, as faras preparing for another heat wave? I know that the 90 degree weather supposed to be back with us by next weekend, but nothing like what we saw 25 years ago today, But are we Are we really ready for that again this time? No, I think we would have very similar challenges. Of course we have Ah, planned there with the heat. We had a plan, then, Yes, to implement the plan it also we have cooling centers. But we haven't really had that with the underlying issues. People are afraid to leave their homes and sit in the lobby somewhere. People are afraid to have their windows opens. We still have the problems of poverty and isolation and the sense of community that was one of the big differences in North Lawndale that we're really not enough places on the street that people like stores, restaurants, coffee shops that people could get some relief in where the Little Village Pilsen, there was much more of that, So it's not just any one thing. It's not just their conditions so that obviously would have helped the whole structure of a community of neighborhood and Do we really understand the weather? We've changed our agricultural system that makes these local heat waves more probable. We see more heat ways since 25 years ago, and we expect to see more of him still, so let's deal with the climate change and the underlying condition of our city. We unfortunately could fall victim to this again. I was reading what.
"pilsen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Riding in the car with his father in that case Chicago faith leaders have offered a reward for information of the killing of the child police say three year old Makedonska fiat and killed the Saturday night with his father in that vehicle was the west side vest Gators believe the father was the intended target during a gathering yesterday those faith leaders said the toddler's killing crossed the line and they're offering at least a ten thousand dollars reward shooting yesterday at north Riverside Park mall put that facility on lockdown for a period of time Claudia McDonald was shopping in bed bath and beyond well that's been body works I should say when she heard the shots and hit check mass confusion started people started running like a herd of animals to the corner of the mall yelling there's a shooter there's a shooter one man in his twenties was hit by gunfire but was conscious when he was transported to a local hospital no one is in custody the lake front in six of six trails will officially re opened today in Chicago both have been closed for nearly three months due to the corona virus pandemic the lakefront trail will be open for exercise in transit only users will be required to wear a facemask and stay at least six feet away from others anyone on the trail will be expected to keep moving since congregating isn't allowed same guidelines will apply the six oh six trail of north side both trails will be open from six AM to seven PM daily until further notice beaches will remain closed the Pilsen community market open for the season yesterday.
"pilsen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Lucky contestant gets to try to stump one of the great chefs in America hi dang is joining us right now and that time is is gonna restaurant hi sue in Pilsen which is an international destination you can walk into hi sue in any given night if you can get in and when you have the free viral right before we have had this problem but it once again it will be this where are you got people speaking all kinds of languages because it is one of those food tourism destinations right here in Chicago and chef is it an honor to have you every time we get to a chance to talk to you and I'm sorry that we're gonna have to humiliate you with this the list of ingredients that we're going to get to this to you but but you know what you're pretty good at figuring stuff out and V. a Vietnamese food television food is as you do you do it it for people there's great Vietnamese food in Chicago there's no question about it but this high end version of the food is something that is just be armed comparison because you do it the way that they actually do in Vietnam with all that French influence and everything yes you know I'm very excited to be on and not thanks for having me on but yet you need who is the most refined up cuisine and and for me it's just touching base back on like my roots in what my mom taught me and then using what I've learned in all the kitchens and all the years cooking in you know fine dining and an ingrate check ups and when I became my own chef it's just like going back into that mode of of using the technique but then thinking about all the recipes that my mom has taught me that passed down to my siblings and my sister is taught me a few recipes and then I just went and and and took it on my own and so high to its it's like my love note to Chicago about beating the yeah my is one of the great experiences you're gonna have eating anywhere and when you guys open back up and I know that we we talked to mmhm our producer talked about this a little bit earlier but you've been in contact with a bunch of of other industry leaders in the food in the in in the restaurant industry about what it's gonna look like on the other side here when we opened back up right I mean it's there's a lot of question about how that's going to cause a lot of restaurants you know especially ones that we don't Iman pausing you're kind of in that category you know this you don't have the money in the bank it's gonna be tough yes we we are you know we are that definition of mom and pop it's just Danielle my wife and I and we operated you know to operations next to each other that would take you in a cafe and then a third one was with kind now active hall and unfortunately all of them we we closed down fifty four the now open up for the whole entire fee to shut down and so right now we just been talking to industry leaders and colleagues and fortunately for us not pulling a few people you know in other countries due to our teen pop up in our relationship we we have got some data in in some information on how to reopen and what what it's gonna look like what the hospitality landscape is going to look like after all of this it's gonna take awhile and yeah and understanding downside being two to two different levels it's going to be very difficult because most mom and pop or or even a restaurant like our caliber we were never set up to do carry out alone so and you are doing that I'm assuming are you doing that no we know we're not we certainly get that yep the minute the the the city and then down I planned to shut it down earlier but it happened to be the same time frame when when the when our governor and mayor announced it yeah and so we decided to give all our food away gave it to the neighborhood and the and you know social media and influencers movie helped credit in in the in the news media help us to but it got sober well being that I do want to put us in our staff that were around to help volunteered in jeopardy of of of of this virus that was unknown at the time and still you know trying to figuring it out and in understanding it and so we can figure out every little thing and we were able to feed a lot of people in two days and then the rest with all right rationing our food and and what we had left an inventory for fourteen all right Alexi is a recipient to date of the twenty five dollar gift certificate to the amount that is about that is that common you can of course get go there to the luminaries after curbside pickup and no contact delivery and what do you got let's see what he got for the chef to stump him okay honestly earlier I had absolutely no idea what I was being asked I just called in because it hurt local noddies but I said sausage bread and peanut butter okay your you know what actually I I think that the chef can figure something out here can't you yeah but you know for me I you can make like CB or sweet talked with it but if if you have like what's inside or so I thought around the house you can make a really nice the very fact that you could talk with any noodles if you have like pasta around like that genie or linguine those those are great that you can just about talk Rolland or you could go to an Asian marketing get rice noodle and you could have yourself a nice stuff right got sausage and peanut butter kind of like hi thought and in the thought that you could put in there okay with garlic and onion if you have that laying around in the bread that you close that up and grind it down break it down in a talk paid off with like garlic Ermac that would be a nice little popping onto your noodle yes you're you're do you got that you already got the peanut noodles knowing what you were doing your restaurant anyway it's it's it's a Vietnam yeah and then you get the sauce you break that down and then you break down the right and next thing you know yeah I you know what you might be able to sell that for about to twenty dollars a plate like cigarette don't know that you have you thought about that but we can we can probably get it because that's what ties do and so it worked out for you okay all right there you go let's see thank you very much congratulations on the guesser to get and try that try the rather peanut butter with a licence us especially we can find that somewhere or if you if you have if you have soy sauce that that would work just as well I type thank you so much we look forward to hi sue opening again hi sue is at eighteen hundred south carpenter in Chicago in beautiful Pilson and that is what I'm saying is around eighteen street is such a very cool street yeah I walk up and down and see everything that's going on there it's it's it is just a a beautiful part of the city of Chicago I thank you so much for being with us good luck moving forward you'll stay in touch all right thank you all right let's we've got to point you know vino coming your way next going to find out about bottles of wine that are less than twenty Bucks that you can get that are 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Lord Bilimoria on the Business of Beer
"Now in the u._k. In particular you will struggle to find an indian restaurant saronto that a dozen serve cobra beer launched by lord karen bilimoria three decades ago the brand success story and is now exported to over a forty countries around the world however lord bilimoria entrepreneurial passan's being all without bumps along the way he joins me in the studio to talk talk about the lessons he's learned how the business of beer exchanging and the brand s- plans for the future but i he explains how the whole story actually begins dennis with bono sticks. That was my first business venture. Because i played polo for cambridge we beat oxford <hes> in the <hes> and i then organized and led the first <hes> indian tour for cambridge university's team and i came back with some sample poodle sticks and i started selling them and before i knew it i was in business and selling them to lily early wide to harrods to the queen's <hes> sadler's and we were in business and that was a precursor because my big idea when i was a student at cambridge was to bring out a beer from india india a beer that would satisfy both lager and ale drinkers alike because i i found i hated physi- english loggers and i loved english british ale but i found that the air was too bitter and too heavy and <hes> didn't accompany food at all older. It was very smooth when you're drinking zone and i found on the physi- loggers were just awful drink on their own and just did not go well with the food because they were bloating so that's been the idea evolved while i was a student at cambridge to come up with this bear that sits in between a logger nail refreshment for lager smoothens a financial combined they would appeal to all types of beer drinkers anywhere in the world have globally appealing taste aced and most importantly a beer that would accompany or food including indian food and curry so what were the first actual steps then in launching that business launching cobra for i was the lucky introduction to india's biggest independent brewery which again the biggest stroke of luck had the best brew master in india a young dynamic brewer from india who'd spent six years in the czech republic in prague had from prague university was a biochemist and knew all about brewing beer had worked one of the top czech beers pilsen during his internship he knew all about i knew nothing about bring beer but i had this idea and i sat in the laboratory with him in bangalore and conveyed this idea to with thirty samples of bottled title beer from england carefully selected saying this is what i like about this year. This is what i don't like about this beer trying to convey this extra smoother less gassy taste of cobra which led to very complex recipe which is what cobras and we've got this craft beer boom in in this country at the moment. We're covers is an ultimate craft beer. It's called malted barley rice rice maize wheat. It's double fermented sco three varieties of bavarian hops. It's a really delicate complex now. On the highest idea we should know more about beer back came the day when you were approaching this brew. No i knew what i wanted. I knew the tastes that i wanted as a drinker as a consumer and i saw that gap in the market and and sure enough when we brought out cobra it did demonstrate straight away that it went incredibly well with food we ninety-nine percent reorders from day one and my hi dream was to produce the finest ever in beer then to to make that a global beer brand and <hes> once you get those reorders in those early days it gives you the confidence to go go on extrapolate that into a global beer brand well. You lost in one thousand nine hundred nine and he didn't have much money for advertising partly due to your student debt. So what do you think think were the main two weeks. How did you manage to get your bottles in restaurants. Then i find that when you start and businesses and entrepreneurs and i think any entrepreneur would probably doubly identify with this you have to cross what school the credibility gap that nobody knows you. Nobody knows your brand. You have zero credibility. So so how do you convince people to supply to finance you to buy from you when you have zero credibility and i find that people will do those do things if you are passionate and have faith and belief in yourself and in your product and your brand and in your idea because that gives is people the confidence and the fates to trust you to give you a chance and i always believed i had something that was going to be different and that was going to be better and that was going to change the marketplace. How many respirators were trying to say no to you. Oh the the word you come across more than anything when you start is a very short word and it's a two letter word and and it's no would you like to buy my no. It's just a no and you have to make note a yes and you have to convert obstacles into opportunities and i could give you example after example of how we had to convert obstacles into opportunities for example we could only import the big double size six fifty bottles from from india because the brewery said you're probably going to fail and we only produce six fifty emma bottles even in india to this day that ninety percent bear sales in india are sold in a standard six fifty. I'm double size bottle and they said if you want more bottles it means ordering different modes change parts for our bottling line investment by us. If you're around in one year's time we'll give you a small bottles but first prove yourself so the big bottles and you go to the restaurants in the u._k. At that time they were i used to small bottles or draft beer now. We couldn't draft all the way from bangalore and the restaurants that what we're gonna do with these big bottles and you convert that obstacle into an opportunity and you say well. That is the way sold in idiots. You'll centric way of nydia and it's a double sized borough so when you're selling you're selling to c._o. Selling more beer and then you win. You serve indian food at the tables often. Your customers was we'll share dishes in the same way they can share this bottle and using a sharing concept you'll find you will sell more and more food and then what is more people at other tables. We'll see how what are they. Drinking looks like a bottle of wine knows auto bottom lines bottle outright and it spreads like wildfire and your weight is also leave the bottles on the table. It frees him up to do other the work so everyone wins your business. Your business grew exponentially during the first years but you'll be since journey didn't go oh all without bumps for example the year two thousand eight hundred. It's difficult for you wasn't it. I always say that <hes> <hes> success is a relative term and success is not a destination. It's a journey and most entrepreneurs will will say to you. It's a very difficult tough and challenging done journey with lots of ups and downs and i nearly lost my business three times and the last time was in two thousand nine <hes> during the financial crisis in the great recession when we nearly lost it. We came very close losing everything and each one of those times that i lost my business often. It was things out of the blue very few people in the world. Very few of the economists in the world predicted due to the financial crisis. There was less than a handful around the world who predicted it so when things come out of the blue it's how you deal with those crises and yes you can look back and one of my favorite things thanks good judgment comes from experience and experience comes from bad judgment so yes. I made mistakes looking back on it with probably had far too much debt. I i did not anticipate the financial crisis. I probably hide some of the wrong people but the things that got me through each of those crises was having a very strong brand. Cobra grew was having the support of my loyalty members who were excellent and my family my wife who stood by me through the ups and downs where i met one year after i started cobra and also the third thing was always doing things the right way with integrity so it's better to fail doing the right thing then to succeed doing the wrong thing. What do human points equity will the best definition of the word integrity and people will say doing the right thing acting honestly <hes> the best definition i ever ever heard was from the archbishop of canterbury ruin williams when he was archbishop canterbury who came to visit the zorostrian center and i'm patron of disaster and community here in the u._k. Given smallest communities in the world and i welcomed him as a patron and then he made his speech and he said lord bill morris has used the word integrity twice in his speech speech and he said the word integrity comes from the latin and greek words intiga integrum and he says is the restaurant parsi communities renowned for his integrity and the word integrity means wholeness. You cannot practice integrity. If as an individual you're fragmented in front of the light you can only practice integrity if your whole and complete and i've never forgotten that and <hes> we've always tried to in in british play with a straight bat and i've found that helped get me through the crises
"pilsen" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Credit? Oh my God. Oh my God. Melinda Smith is a student's mom, and she is well, she's outraged. Very inappropriate and not acceptable for a teacher whatsoever. I think for Thursday's to be reprimanded. I, I believe that something should be placed in her file boil. Get her up her file. Yeah. Say reprimanded. Oh, yes. She did very young, mom. Yeah. The school district itself. Says that the end the Rutherford principal Koi Pilsen said school officials have been notified of the situation. They're investigating it. They've spoke with a teacher. She has apologized but not publicly yet. But here's the thing this lady beat the clock. It's like she, she saved by the bell this, it's all over seal later by everybody's gonna forget about it. I think it's great. I you know what I, I have friends who are teachers for years. And they tell me stories that some of these kids, they do it. It's like some of these kids don't care. No, they don't. They don't want to be there. Unfortunately, unfortunately in, in school is not for everybody. I'm a firm believer in that there there needs to be alternatives. A lot of kids don't do well to classroom. They've do better one on one. I mean, there's going to be other ways to teach kids. And a lot of teachers are burned up by the end of the year. Apparently had enough so rating from UK, boy, or girl, do we know that the teach the student, it was, it was a male student avails female teacher. No names. Thank god. I feel this teacher hated. This kid all year. And this was her last hurrah. You're probably right you figured. I'll get away with it because it's the end of the year, I guess, basically, on the on the filled out almost nothing in his answers for stupid didn't care. So why should she can't understand why she'd be upset? Hey coming up next week. Got the more details of the eight spilling, champions eight eight of ridiculous. These kids, darts smart, you, you ran out of words me come on that some other headlines, here.
"pilsen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Disciplined for this. Well, apparently mob notified the school's principal, Koi Pilsen, who says he was waiting to hear back from the school district before taking action now regardless of the outcome. He wants to make it clear that the unnamed teachers behavior is not Representative of the rest of the staff. Here's a quote all of the teachers at Rutherford high school are carrying loving teachers, I think this teacher is carrying in loving, as well. That sounds because you're trying to connect with the kid. Yeah. How's that not caring? I mean yeah. Not caring what have been not even asking given the kid be just because I don't want to put up with them anymore. His subpar, we'll all the principal goes on to say we're also you mean so we make mistakes. And when we make mistakes. Aches, which to correct those mistakes and move forward. Is this mom overreacting? It sounds like the argument is there that we need to hear from some mom, would you be upset? If your kid brought home a paper with that kind of comment on it. I saw some pictures over the weekend on Austin, red. It's mom's upset about the sign that's on the front door of styles middle school. Maybe it's a middle school and elementary school. This is in the Leander ISD. There's a couple of moms were upset about the sign that was on the front door. You're now an ex student leave. Don't come back. Those kind of signs, why would you want to come back? Apparently, this is what mom was just a pretty upset about it. It's kind of silly really upset about that people find a lot of things to be upset about not sure I'd be upset with this WT f thing now. And in fact, the my mother, I know growing up. She would've she would've looked at sided with the teacher immediately, and we'll tell me then what issue looking at here. What, what prompted her to write that obviously, you did something or didn't do something WTI? Yeah. I, I, I like I said, I think the argument is there that you could make that the mother is being a little over a little bit a little bit. Yes. Listen up. A man posing to be a bento, ole roar campaign worker is accused of breaking into a south Austin home and stealing valuables and popsicle sweet tooth. It did also police say twenty eight year old James Bradford, given he was wearing a beco t-shirt when he was confronted yesterday, by the homeowners who called the cops Gibson is charged with second degree burglary of of residence. He was pretending to be a campaign worker to get into the house. I got a bet though shirt. I worked for his campaign can I have a popsicle, what a dummy man? I saw, you know, those stickers, people are still got their bed to- stickers on their on their Prius is around town saw one yesterday. There was written in the same style as the toaster, Beto, you know, beat in the black and white image. Oh. This, this was spelled. TB TB or to be continued something like that. And it was in that meeting. We're not giving up on Benjamin. Bet the nice thing, we'll see if he's going to be back. In fact, I have seen people have those pictures they've crossed out Senate, and they've written their own for president, though. We're already getting dirty silly, isn't it? Hey, we got an update this morning on the Butler pitch. And putt, golf course as you know, the, the folks that have been managing that facility for a long time. Couple of decades sensors, they failed to fill out the paperwork to continue operating it. Well, now there's a new company taken over which is angered a few folks, I don't know what's going to change there at the Butler part pitch and putt. But over the past year, the city only made about eighty thousand dollars off of that piece of property, right? Some prime real estate, so they got a new company coming in to possibly make even more money. Kansas have run that place for about seventy years, and it sounds to me like seventy years like a clerical error at missing. Forgetting a signature on a form. Yeah. And bothered him out the door for new bidders. And people are saying, well, listen, you can't muscle at this longtime company just because of a clerical error. I'm not sure I'm not sure they got muscle. I mean yeah. You didn't fill out the paperwork. Seven forty five. We'll tell you more about that straight ahead. Seven forty five. Let's take a look at Austin's on time traffic. Here's Patrick got a new crash reported southbound one eighty three just before balm road. Stop and go traffic backed up to fifty first street in delay there about ten minutes to have a couple of crashes on one eighty three that.
"pilsen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Assume Lewis station mythic woman's baby hospitalized and the governor promises to overhaul Illinois DCFS news is next but first the WLS Weather Channel forecast riches catcher slight week for Thursday night into Friday. But we've enjoyed some very fine weather here to get this work week underway and today is no exception, beautiful sunshine. Seventy four degrees out there. Fifty six at the lake shore tonight tomorrow, mostly cloudy, high seventy nine rain showers, Thursday night and thundershowers Friday. Highs Friday in the mid fifty s from the Weather Channel, I'm Scott Lawrimore WLS AM eight ninety with another update thirty minutes seventy-one now at O'Hare seventy two and gorgeous admit way, fifty seven degrees at the lake they sours sponsored in part by timeshare exit team. Did you know your timeshare would cost you this much when you bought it? If you can't use it can't afford it and can't sell it. Get out of it with timeshare exit team. Call eight four four nine one five accent or timeshare exit team dot com. New developments in the case of a missing pregnant woman from Pilsen family of the missing woman. Nineteen year old Marlin Showa tells ABC seven her baby's been found alive and is in the hospital reportedly on life support the family credits tips from the public for leading them to send police to a home in the forty one hundred block of west seventy seven place. Police say persons of interest were taken from the home for questioning the Cook County medical examiner's office does say remains were found near that home. Autopsy is pending on the remains show. His family says their daughter exchanged messages on a Facebook group with one of the women who lived in the home this over baby items, governor Pritzker is vowing to revamp Illinois troubled child, welfare agency, pledging more resources to fix problems with the system this after a new report was released about some of the issues facing DCFS are John Dempsey has the story Tribune says governor Pritzker ordered the report two months ago before the murder of crystal lake five. Year old AJ friend, whose parents are charged with murder and who had a long history of contact with DCFS. The report says DCFS case workers have limited options for.
"pilsen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Move onto the conference final on the home of the Blackhawks the northwestern. Wildcats and White Sox. Baseball anti mazer WGN sports WGN traffic on the Eisenhower because of the new lane reconfiguration due to the construction around the burn interchange. The inbound Ike thirty five minutes now from the route three ninety into the old post office twenty five minutes for Mannheim, those lane Greek configurations around the burn interchange. And also an accident on the Bishop Ford watch for this inbound on the Bishop Ford between one hundred fifteenth and one hundred and eleventh street it's blocking the right lane. Fifteen minutes on the Bishop Ford up to the Dan Ryan couple of events going on today in in the south side in the Beverly neighborhood, the Beverly breast cancer walk is closing Longwood drive in both directions between one hundred and seven and ninety fifth street until eleven o'clock. This beautiful walk. That is a nice long drive is gorgeous. Yeah. Wow. That is gorgeous. But that's going on until eleven today. Nice. Also on the south side because of a last minute cancellation last weekend. A Cinco de mayo parade is taking place today along cirmac between Damon and Marshall so in the Pilsen neighborhood. Rather the south side cirmac in both directions between Damon and Marshall is closed all streets in the area should open about two o'clock, and in the Pilsen neighborhood, the renegade arts and crafts fair his closing hall stead north and south between canal port and eighteenth street that will be closed until one tomorrow morning and the C TA is rerouting number eight buses my favorite bus, the number eight bus loved the number eight you're going to reroute. The bus to take it to Soldier Field. So you can say goes show. Yeah. And finally in Orland park southwest highway closed between one hundred and forty third and hundred thirty first street is closed because of flooding now. It's great is that a on Sunday morning. We get every possible traffic closure there could possibly be. There is not a road that's closed that place on Sunday that we don't hear about in. Our traffic reports every single closure. Inconvenience on the roadways is reported rate here on Sunday morning with Mr. yogurt. Sturt yorker the Maxwell street. Markets is closing displaying between Roosevelt and Harrison until three o'clock this afternoon. What a surprise last-minute mothers day gifts. As catcher trips. Capital? Just you shouldn't have really I mean it. For personalized traffic on demand and last minute suggestions for mother's day gifts get the Traffix Chicago app, it's approved by the mortgage experts of team hockberg just search T R A F F,.
"pilsen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And. A good conversation with I've been so much calmer. All day long the whole day through. Good. Now, do you see what's happening? You are recognizing one as I spoke to you last night. Don't hate you. And don't hate you failing farther. That they came into the world that way the same ways you came as the world from your mother, sheep, your mother came into little from her mother and her mother all the way back to paradise lost women need, the love of my man. But the man has to love God first. So when he comes out of body, he he's slated to co a possibility. At the end of the experience of. Woman men becoming born of a woman. And and heritage. Inheriting. Cartwright, say the right word, but you inherit what's wrong with your mother. And it's so when you get old enough like two years old, you can actually see mother doesn't see how wrong she is. And and then you resent it and the minute you start to resent it, the intuition. Goes to one side and the world comes in. And you've lost your intuition that guidance to paradise lost. And it's what you have is called anxiety. And and everybody has. Zayed's Pilsen and to opioids and drugs an eighteen to much at every kind of misery comes from an all the different names of all the different names of sickness depends on upon which level you are from the root of the tree of. NS but guilt. See so. What I want you to do is the say on. This course. Did you do you do the meditation? Did you do the meditation meditation seven-minute one when but I did with you last night? Yes, I did. And I also replayed program and went to meditation. Last night..
Apple Podcast Charts 'screwy and scammy'; Australian Podcast Awards return to Sydney; LUFS FAQ
"In the latest pod news. The quote screwy and seemingly scammy state of the apple podcast charts is the subject of much of the latest issue of hotpot. Meanwhile, an apple website claims that apple is aware put offers little proof our editors piece. Yes, today has resulted in a number of private emails from podcasters disillusioned demotivated by the cheating and the charts. The Australian podcast awards ceremony will be back in Sydney next year on Saturday. The eighteenth of may they've announced the categories and entries open on November the first Canadian true crime podcast. Dark Patine is now part of course owned curious, cast dark Poteen claims. It's approaching a million downloads in less than a year. The network also signed nighttime last month or data two point, three point. Oh, is out. There are a bunch of new features, Spanish language podcast, host to IVA. Cts has launched. I've acccess plus a monetization platform. Nominations for the discover pot awards are open from now until October, the twenty. Sixth after apple last week asked for podcasts to be at Mina sixteen laughs for loudness. We've written a small FAQ about loudness elk AFS and Luff's and welcome feedback on that. You'll find it linked from pod news dot net, slash articles. TRITON digital have been signed by Canadian media company, Quebec or media group to power its digital audio and podcasts strategy, and there's a new podcasting studio in Pilsen in Chicago in Illinois in the US and a new podcast to tell you about legal wars, put you inside the jury box of some of the most famous court cases in American history, including hulk Hogan's courtroom, wrestling match with Gorka and the Rodney King trial that set off the LA riots. It's from wondering,
Lincoln Park Lincoln, WGN and Cubs discussed on Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand
"White Sox host Toronto tonight the pre-game with eighty maser six thirty five first pitch seven ten with that farmer and Darren, Jackson on seven twenty WGN the cubs are. Insane Louis tonight but they've, made their trades official they get Cole hamels and cash. From the Rangers for Eddie Butler minor league. Pitcher Rollie Lacey and a player to be. Named WGN traffic Padre medic thanks Cam, traffic is sponsored by KFC sale no delays on the Edens between like, road and the junction inbound Kennedy's forty five minutes to downtown thirty minutes back out the Eisenhower's fifty minutes three ninety, to the old. Post, office thirty minutes on the flip little to no delays on the, Stevenson at twenty seven minutes, between lake shore drive and three fifty five and the Dan. Ryan is twenty, five. Minutes ninety fifth to the circle just sixteen minutes. Outbound there's, also a. Bunch of things. Going on around town to steer clear of the yesterday. Del Sol in Pilsen. Is shutting. Down cirmac between Morgan and. Ashland and the taste of Lincoln is. Gonna be. Closing down Lincoln park Lincoln. Avenue between fourteen and Wrightwood so you might want..