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"quinta" Discussed on WTOP
"From storm team four's Chad Merrill. Just intervals on the windshield wipers this afternoon. Nothing on the high speed because we're only expecting some very, very light rain, temperatures in the mid 60s, we drop back into the 30s and 40s overnight, you will notice, when that front comes through and a blustery weekend ahead with temperatures in the 40s, I'm storm team fours, Chad Merrill. 51 now in Reston 49 in Bethesda and 50 in woodbridge. This is WTO P news. Everything you need every time you listen. The WTO producer's desk is wired by IBW local 26. Where electrical contractors come to grow. Good morning, I'm John Aaron. And I'm Michelle bash, teddy gellman is our producer. The top story we're following Alexandria city public schools is moving forward with a pilot program that would add new gun screening equipment to four schools beginning next month. The program was approved unanimously by the school board last night it incorporates artificial intelligence and the use of photography to detect weapons. Alicia Hart, the school system's chief of facilities and operations, says the equipment is not meant to be intrusive. I want to reiterate that the goal of this program is to act as a deterrent for weapons entering our facilities. It is not, and will not become the sole process in our overall safety and security posture. The equipment will be installed at Alexandria city high school's king street and mini Howard campuses, as well as a George Washington and Francis C Hammond middle schools, the school board sent out a community survey on the topic earlier this month and most respondents said they supported the pilot program and the use of screening equipment in schools. Alexandria follows monastic city and Charles county public schools, which have already approved plans to install gun detection technology. Prince William county is also considering similar technology. Students at D.C.'s public and charter schools are getting more education on how to say no to drugs. It's part of the school's effort to ensure they keep opioids and fentanyl addictions out of kids lives. We've established this unit around drug alcohol tobacco use to ensure that our students are aware of critical skills that they need to be responsive. D.C. schools Chancellor Lewis therapy says it includes teaching essential skills like how to refuse a friend's offer to try a drug and how to make good decisions. We also are proud to have naloxone which can be lifesaving. Students have asked Coolidge school nurse and Adams what drugs actually do to their bodies. And I may show them a clip on YouTube that says, this is the person that's actually on edible on a particular opiate drug. It literally scares them. Adam says no students have overdosed at the school, but she has seen drug use, primarily with edibles. D.C.'s mayor wanted to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries in the city by 2024. That goal was set in 2015, but traffic deaths have not fallen off since then when 26 people were killed on the streets. In fact, traffic deaths have increased each year except in 2019. A new report from the D.C. auditor finds that the district's so called vision zero program has not been successful at reducing traffic deaths because it is lacked funding, staffing, and oversight. After a dominant regular season, the Maryland women's basketball team begins what they hope will be a long run in the NCAA NCAA tournament today. The second seated terfs will host holy cross at the Xfinity center at two 30 this afternoon, and number one seed Virginia tech will face Chad nougat later in the day at 5 30, yesterday the Maryland men topped West Virginia to advance to the second round, and the Howard bison made it interesting in the first half of their matchup against number one seed Kansas until the jayhawks pulled away to defeat them 96 68. Vice president Kamala Harris, who graduated from Howard, gave the team a pep talk after the loss. I was at power back in the day where we were just happy that there was a game. Much less getting to this place, so I know you may not be feeling great right now. But
"quinta" Discussed on WTOP
"And Sunday with upper 40s to mid 50s, some chilly nights ahead, but deep blue skies, early next week, game storm team fours, Chad Merrill. Right now, 50° at Reagan national 46 at BWI Marshall were at 51 at dellas. This is WTO P news. Everything you need every time you listen. The WTO producers desk is wired by IBW local 26. Where electrical contractors come to grow. Good morning, I'm John Aaron. And I'm Michelle bash, teddy gellman is our producer. The top story we're following Alexandria city public schools is moving forward with a pilot program that would add new gun screening equipment to four schools beginning next month. The program approved unanimously by the school board last night incorporates artificial intelligence in the use of photography to detect weapons. Alicia Hart, the school system's chief of facilities and operations, says the equipment is not meant to be intrusive. I want to reiterate that the goal of this program is to act as a deterrent for weapons entering our facilities. It is not, and will not become the sole process in our overall safety and security posture. The equipment will be installed at Alexandria city high school's king street and mini Howard campuses, as well as at George Washington and Francis C Hammond, middle schools, the school board sent out a community survey on the topic earlier this month and most respondents said they supported the pilot program in the use of screening equipment in schools. Alexandria follows manassas city and Charles county public schools, which have already approved plans to install gun detection technology. Prince William county is also considering the scanner technology. In the district, students at D.C. public and charter schools are getting more education on how to say no to drugs. It's part of the school's effort to ensure they keep opioid and fentanyl addictions out of kids lives. We've established this unit around drug alcohol tobacco use to ensure that our students are aware of critical skills that they need to be responsive. D.C. schools Chancellor Lewis therapy says it includes teaching essential skills, like how to refuse a friend's offer to try a drug and how to make good decisions. We also are proud to have naloxone, which can be lifesaving. Students have asked Coolidge school nurse and Adams what drugs actually do to their bodies. And I may show them a clip on YouTube that says, this is the person that's actually on edible on a particular opiate drug. It literally scares them. Adam says no students have overdosed at the school, but she has seen drug use, primarily with edibles. D.C.'s mayor wanted to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries by 2024 that goal was set in 2015, but traffic deaths have not fallen since then when 26 people were killed on the streets. A new report from the D.C. auditor finds the districts so called vision zero program has not been successful in reducing traffic deaths because it is lacked funding, staffing and oversight. Still, the auditor notes, the district Department of Transportation has made what it calls significant strides in the past two years. Congressional Republicans and The White House are in a stalemate about President Biden's proposed budget and GOP lawmakers are getting frustrated more from WTO's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. The ranking Republican on the Senate finance committee, Idaho's Mike crapo, says it's clear that something must be done to bring down the federal deficit, but he sharply disagrees with the president's approach. We must stop trying to solve this problem by massive new spending and massive new taxes. And during a hearing, he pressed treasury secretary Janet Yellen. Can you commit at least to negotiate with Republicans? Yellen says the president remains open to discussions, but it can't be a condition for raising the debt ceiling to threaten to cause an economic and financial catastrophe. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO. Today marks the opening round of the women's NCAA tournament and the Maryland terrapins are in action, the second seated Turks will host holy cross at the Xfinity center at two 30 this afternoon. The Maryland man are set to face top seat Alabama after escaping West Virginia in a 67 65 nail biter. And despite the valiant effort from Howard they were defeated by the one seed and defending champ, Kansas Jayhawks, Kansas Jayhawks, vice president and Howard alum Kamala Harris visited the team's locker room after the loss and told them to keep their heads high. You keep playing with chin up and shoulders back 'cause you showed the world who bison are. I mean, literally
No, that Golden Globes pianist was not playing over the speeches
"Men's and the Abbott elementary were among the winners at last night's Golden Globe Awards. With the latest, given the controversy the Hollywood foreign press association has dealt with in terms of racism and ethical lapses, Golden Globe host jerod Carmichael did not waste time addressing it. I'll tell you why I'm here. I'm here because I'm black. Audio courtesy of the HFPA and DCP. Acting awards went to Austin butler, Michelle Yeoh, Quinta Brunson, Evan Peters, and Angela Bassett, who acknowledged continuing the Black Panther franchise was tough after the death of Chadwick Boseman. Weeping may come in the evening,
"quinta" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast
"An incident at the Emmys where Clinton who I hope I'm pronouncing her name, right? I'm probably not. But the writer, the writer of Abbott elementary. You know, she had an awful moment where, you know, just like whiteness tried to outshine her moment of glory. And she had to handle it in grace. And when I recognize her hand and grace, I recognize, oh, she knows how to navigate white spaces. Because if I show that I'm so upset, I'm so angry with a vowel emotion, all the stereotypes and the Catherine is going to put her on me versus just like this problem that's actually happening. So I need to be able to control the narrative with grace and so much tomato, the black experience, is there just like, yo, I got to do this. So it's not put on me as being the aggressor when I'm actually just responding to some aggression. You know, so if I want to resolve this problem and put all the attention on the aggression and not be me being the aggressor because of these stereotypes and all these other isms that I'm dealing with, I have to handle this with grace. So I got to be like, yo, if you refer back to my other email, you would get clarification on this issue versus just like, you haven't listened to me until this point. Everything hits the fence. And now you want me to re resolve it. So I can't say it like that. I gotta say like, yo, refer to my other emails. You learned their language and they're cool. And I'm just now learning that, like you said, going into the space because unfortunately, the society is not set up in a way where my natural reactions or our natural way of doing things, it won't benefit you in the long run on the long haul. So you almost say conform, but navigate the space enough, like you said, Quinta Brunson shout out there, hopefully I can get her on in the future, but definitely navigated that space because it comes with the accolades. It comes with so much and a lot of the things that you were talking about is our reactions and the short term that hold us forever in the long term and individuals in the powers that be not recognizing what's happening in the behind the scenes that's been going around it. But I wanted to transition it because I know we almost had a time because I didn't want to stop you. You was dropping gems. But I definitely want to play this clip because it spoke to me and there's a reason why we got connected. Shout out to duchess, man. She felt like you were doing some great work and she knew what I was doing. And wanted to get us connected. So shout out to you. I appreciate you for bringing me into light with in connection with his brother because he has a lot of great knowledge and a lot of great things that he has going on. But one of the things that I wanted to pull up on the podcast, make sure y'all go follow lindo yes on social media and follow everything that he has going on because he's putting out some great information, education and entertainment. And I know a lot of people need to be tapped into it. But going back to this, I want to get your perspective at the play, but I'm going to play it for the listeners. Just so you can check it out. But please go follow it because it's a better visual than it is audio for those who are only listening. I'm a play real quick. What to be black man or held in quiet small spool solved body, I feel as though I am black man hold that loudness spoof fed that I need to be hard body I feel like nobody when somebody kills myself in this to be tough color tough love tough love is being punched until you don't cry and cry as the only thing that stops the punching from hurting as much. Yeah, yeah, yeah. All right, talk to me about the thinking what made you want to put that out just the overall feeling about this. It was a response to my therapist. My therapist said to me that a lot of your poetry and a lot of just art that you create is coming out just like urgency and, you know, trauma that you're experienced. But I want you to start thinking about just asking for what you need so you don't experience those things. And becoming aware of that and, you know, and she told me, it doesn't have to be a poem or nothing. But just like for your own personal growth, you know, you need to be able to go into spaces and recognize that you're upset or recognize yourself or recognize your content or just recognize your joyful and just get the things that you need to better yourself in those spaces or just better yourself in life. And I thought about that for like a year and a half and you know that poem was a response to that, you know, eventually after like my own like changing things in my life, I was finally able to sit down with the art and be like, all right, cool. This is exactly what I need. And this is why I need it. Man, and it went super viral. I seen that people love it. And it spoke to me as soon as I seen it, and because it is something that I think it regulates resonates with a lot of individuals and their journey and their idea of tough love and how it creates a tough person. And people don't realize that in long-term and what that does. I know we're ready to close out. Any lasting remarks that you want to share with the people, I'll do this really quickly because I was going to do it, but please, please, please go get some merch, go check out the website. Go check everything out that this brother has going on, man. Because it is for our people. It's for the individuals who feel like they, you know, just need to express themselves, man. And I think a lot of us understand that I'm going to steal something from you that I, and it's not in a bad way still in. I noticed what the Patreon that you was like, all the tears are the same. You're going to get the same thing. It just more of an investment of what you feel. And I was like, man, that's a phenomenal idea. 'cause people like to, like, people may just naturally want to give you stuff. But I don't want to take over that, but I'm like, that is a phenomenal idea. That's a different way of viewing the points. Any lasting remarks you want to lead to people with. I just wanted to tell people. You know, we're all in this struggle trying to make the world so gentle that we can walk around barefoot and I don't want any system that is oppressing us to make us feel alienated where we feel like we're isolated with these emotions. So I want you to recognize that we're all in the struggle together and that you are not alone in it. And even though the system has failed you, you're never a failure. And that's it. On that note, please share something that lindell said with a friend, please share this podcast, share this episode. Leave a comment, say just quote what he said on the Apple podcast page so people can know the tune in to this episode. Because it was very powerful and perspective shifting from my end. Again, make sure you like, share subscribe and do all that good stuff to make this platform good. And last but not least, please remember that this platform has never been about being a replacement to therapy. It's an alternative place where people share therapeutic stories. Thank you for listening.
"quinta" Discussed on TuneInPOC
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"quinta" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Some more of those this year. Last two quick ones. You are especially given the response that I cited earlier to the show and the Emmys and all of that. You and the show are really kind of regarded by a lot of people now as the best reason to still watch network TV among obviously the general public still does it in huge numbers. But in the industry and the media, there is sort of a, I don't know if it's slobbery or just an attitude about network TV that's different. And I wonder as that person, what in your mind is the best argument to fight for network TV. That it deserves a spot in the conversation. Now on TV never stopped making compelling work to me. First of all, there are three channels, not just one, and, you know, this is us was one of the most compelling dramas on TV consistently for every season. And hello. I guess there's no Game of Thrones, but also it's super compelling to be able to do act breaks that keep people coming back. Cliffhangers and stuff like that. That's not easy to do. And doing an act break period isn't easy to do. In a lot of cable or streaming television doesn't have to do an act break in the same way that you have to or never TV. That's a real skill. I mean, it's something that I learned when working with Larry and continued to get better at, especially through Justin and pat Justin is so about his act breaks and he reminds me sometimes. That is a real skill. So, and then it's not just Abbott, ghost is killing it. People love ghosts. It's one of the favorite new comedies of the season. And people enjoy. It's almost like if with network two, it's like, look down upon if people are, I don't know, enjoying it. No, it is, it's like if too many people like something, can it be good? I think that is sort of the attitude about a lot of it. Obviously, I think you've put to rest any question of whether it can be good and popular, but it's just kind of amazing that whereas ten years ago or whatever, 15 years ago, everything that was getting nominated for Emmys was from these handful of broadcast networks. You guys are at the moment. Yeah, at the moment, I mean, I would love to see that change, but I also know that my path has allowed me to create a show like Abbott Ford network like ABC. You know, I watched, I'm watching the bear on FX, and I'm like, you know, Abby could have easily looked like the bear. And it wasn't going to. And I love the bear because it's like this darker workplace comedy. I'm just saying that there is art to. And I hope that I hope that more people now go toward the network route. And I think network has a better understanding of younger people, at least ABC does, has a better understanding of the millennial, but I think cable and streaming helps show them that value. You know, when people like Issa went from ABC to HBO, and all these people made these huge big comedies on these networks and on these streamers and cable, network had to kind of adjust. Yeah, you get like your demographic is even changing network because we're the old people in there. I'm only 32, but it's like, yeah, but I'm the target. When you're selling a Dyson vacuum, you're selling it to me. You're selling. I'm the person I can commercials now. I'm like, wow, I really want to try that mister clean us. Well, that leads us in a way to the last question, which is just where do you, where do you see all this going? It's such an exciting, and I'm speaking about for you personally, such a kind of crazy moment, and I know you're so busy that I don't know if you've had time to really process all of it or digest it. But not just not just that bad and all the response to that, but I think it was in the last week or so that we see a still release you're playing Oprah in a movie. This is weird the all jakovic slurry. I mean, there seems to be a lot of stuff going on, so just what's it's not gonna matter. So Abby, Abbott is my focus. I want to continue to be with this show. I feel that I need to be with it directly for the next forever many, you know, I want to keep being here full time, you know? Full-time, fully in the writer's room, fully in production. I'm even having a little bit of trouble this season 'cause it's like fuck, I gotta do all this other shit. Last year we got to make it in the bubble. We're nobody cared. Well this year, I gotta do all this other stuff to kind of take me out of the room. Once again, I am still grateful for all of you, but I'm just saying. I love being with, I love my writers. I love my crew. I love my production stuff. And I love my cast. And it's just incredible. And I want to keep, I want to make sure it continues to be a good show. The little things I've done outside of Abbott have been easy to do. I did a party down one party down. But they only took two days of my time. You know what I mean? And there's "Weird Al" Yankovic thing. It's literally like Daniel being I worked with Daniel miracle workers in him being like, get Quinta, and it's a day of work, and it was super easy to be a part of this incredible film. So it's also, I just want to hype it up. It is such a silly film. I can not wait until. I'm over the moon for I couldn't believe they asked me to be in it. But then there are other things and I'm like, I can't do it. There was a movie I did want to do. That I was just like, that's too much time away from Abbott. I can't do it. So I'm going to keep taking things as they come if it's easy for me to do. Outside of Abbott, I will. Eventually, I'd love to develop another show, but I don't know when, I just want to focus on making Abbott, I love it, and I want to keep making it good. And I have more stories to tell there. And I think with network TV, I've always heard that it's an engine. And I was like, eh. But I'm seeing it now. You know what the 22 episodes? There's this, these become engines, you know? And I just want to make sure the engine is well built. And then I'll go get another car. Well, you're doing amazing work and thank you so much for taking some time away to do this. And can't wait to see this. I was so scared. Because I hate podcasts, and I was reading this all day. I was like, oh my God, I'm like this. This was so wonderful. Thank you so much. It's a treat for me. I'm really excited. I think I first saw your I was oblivious, unfortunately, too. Some of the more meme related stuff, but when I saw black lady sketch, I'm like, she's going places. I got
"quinta" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I had been with my mom in schools all my life, right? I was in her kindergarten class. I went to the same school where she taught from first 5th grade. But it's more than that. It was writing to school with her in another teacher she would pick up his facey and hearing them talk and then being there before the kids got there because I had to get there when she got there and seeing what goes into class into her life before the kids even get there. And then after school, I would come be in her classroom for another two hours while she did all the work she had to do after school and had her conversations with the other teachers and her relationship with the principal, et cetera and I also knew my mom's home life, you know? I knew how much life there was outside of her just being a teacher and people's favorite teacher, but I really got to see the ecosystem of a school. What it looks like behind the scenes and but I didn't realize it until I went back to visit. When I had some separation from this situation and all of a sudden I'm in my mom's classroom for the first time in years, like, and I'm just looking at it, this thing that was so familiar to me, but now looked a little foreign. And it felt like I was just watching TV. I'm just like sitting at my mom's desk watching her kind of kooky principal at the time coming and out and watching her she also was a new school. She had been at the same school for almost 20 years and then she in her before her retirement. She had gone to a new school and she had been there for about three years. So while also was interesting to me is that, wow, my mom's ecosystem looks exactly the same that it did at her other school. Right. Right. That was so, so fascinating to me. She had the same kind of person as her best friend. And you know, in the same kind of relationship with the parents and it looked like she had just transported her classroom to another classroom. With the same problems probably, right? Yes, exactly. And that all was so unique to me. And I think it showed me, this is who my mom is. My mom, it might be one of the few jobs, right? That I believe, you kind of are what you do. Everything else, I feel like my job is what I do. It's not who I am. And I feel that way. I know people don't they would be surprised, but I feel that way about what I do for work. I love Abbott. I'm fortunate enough to love my work. But that's work. It's not necessarily who I am. But with teaching, I think it might be the one job. You know, the kind of person you are very much is to even teach is like all intricately linked and watching my mom's office be the exact or her classroom to be the exact same as it was like, this is who you are. Like, she teaches all the time. You know, she talks to me like I'm a kindergartner still. And so it was just fascinating to me. And I'm sitting at her desk and I'm watching it, and I was like, watching her talk. And I said, this is beautiful. This is a show. I feel like the viewer, but to be here and be in here is what the mockumentary should feel like to be sitting in this classroom the way I am right now. And it went from super funny because, you know, I just look at people and things and laugh, like a crazy person, because I do the same people are naturally so funny. Yeah, yeah. To me and my mom are arguing about me wanting her to retire and her will need to quit comedy and come home. To super powerful when a parent came in at the last minute and brought their kid and talked about her his behavior in the kid play with that was so powerful to me. So to go through that range of emotion, I was like, this is a TV show. And the idea that you just mentioned of it being in the mockumentary style, that I wanted to ask you about how early that entered the picture because you've been very nice about complimenting collaborators you've said Larry wilmore, obviously not on this project, but he helped shape what you've done. And then the other person who one of the other people who I've seen you be effusively complimentary about is this guy Randall einhorn, who had been involved with parks and rec and the office. He's now an EP and I think he directed your first four episodes of season one and the finale, but the fact that those happen to be mockumentary did that was that was he bringing the idea of mockumentary or he came because you already knew that you wanted to do a mockumentary. No, at that point, you know, at that point, Abbott was in my community, because Abbott was in my career in my even when I thought of it as a cartoon. What was always a mockumentary when we, you know, when I wrote the pilot we developed it and I wrote the pilot, it was written as a mockumentary. And then it was time to find directors and I was like, really want someone who's done documentary before. I know this is a different beast. And I need someone who knows what they're doing, because in reality, I didn't, and Justin and none of us had ever done in my community before. And you all we knew was it was different. And so we, the pilot goes out, different directors come to us and some of them, I'm like, have they done documentary? Maybe he's like, no, I'm like, I'm so sorry y'all. I don't mean to be a brat, but I don't want them. I can't figure out how to do this with them. I want someone who knows what they're doing. That's the only way we're going to make a good pilot. Randall einhorn gets back to us. Here's this guy directed, I don't even know how many episodes of The Office Randall directed, but helped develop this style here in America, parks and rec and I'm like, oh my God. So we meet with him and I'm like, holy shit. I was trying to find like a woman or a person of color, but you know, here's the whitest man I know. And but more than him having the knowledge of my he got the show. He got, he got what we were doing. He got what we were trying to do. He understood every at every level, the heart, the humor, and I was like, this is our guy. And he just, without him, there'd be no Abbott as people know it because, you know, I was such a fan of The Office and I'm like, yeah, she looked like The Office. But he said, he was the one that said, but this is Abbott. This is, we're not going to do Talking Heads in the break room. We're going to do Talking Heads in the hallway to show the length of the school and the warmth of the school. And we're not going to have drab lighting, the lighting should be warm, because we're dealing with children not paper. And I'm like, you're so right. And it was stuff I felt in my vision, but I couldn't necessarily articulate. It was such a, I mean, to have him there. And to even help direct is a little, once again, things on new book couldn't articulate. I knew that the acting style had to be different. But he had the director
"quinta" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"My manager. They called my manager and they're like, hey, she was really good one to see her again. And I was like, what? And I'm like, I don't want to do this. She's like, Quinta, go do it. I go the next day. Still pissed. But I learned the lines. He's like, he's like, you he tells me who rob Thomas is, 'cause I don't really know who rob Thomas is like that. He's like, these are still, it's good for you to do these things. So they cast me, and I was like, what the fuck? What? And then, you know, in comes they're shooting in Vancouver for a month. And I'm like, what the hell? I'm in a room. I just got into a study relationship in my life for the first time. And then I don't like to who's now my husband. And I'm like, what? I have to go to Vancouver for a month. And he's like, yeah, and if it gets picked up, you'll have to be there. 6 to 9 months of your life. I'm like, everything that's being told to me is a happy thing, was the worst information. Oh my God, I still remember Peter Roth, who's no longer at Warner Brothers, but coming out and hugging me like, you got it. And I'm like, who are you and this is the worst thing? And then it basically happened again, right? I guess. Yeah. The violet didn't go. And then, but through that interaction, I really, this is why it's important to sometimes just try things. Justin and pat became super important to me. I was like, these dudes like hear me out, the role of the cast and me for it was originally for like a redheaded white girl. And I had it. And I worked with them a little bit to, you know, change some lines. It wasn't me writing at all, but you know, they didn't have anybody else to say, hey, this girl would say Anderson pack instead of arcade fire. Stuff like that. And then I had built this really positive relationship with Warner Brothers too after the pilot didn't go. Wipe my hands of it. Warner Brothers called me back to their building. And it's a meeting and this big board room and all these people, they're like, hey, we want to keep working with you. That pilot didn't go, but we want to work with you in whatever capacity we can if you want to make a show blah blah blah. I'm like, all right, I'm cool. So at the beginning of a really positive relationship with Warner Brothers. So then after that, what happened? All my timeline isn't too long. Well, I mean, somewhere in there is Quinta versus everything, right? The Facebook for Facebook watch. Welcome to university versus everything was while I was at BuzzFeed. Oh, but I guess did it maybe go on Facebook watch after you had left BuzzFeed? Yes, yeah, I'd already loved it. And sold that through BuzzFeed two things. Well, so Quinta and Jermaine is this other pilot, right? This is for CBS. Great. So that was for CBS now. That one was one, so right after the pilot that didn't even come into the world, I went to I met with Larry wilmore. And I was friends with Jermaine Fowler and we decided to do this show, Quinton, Jermaine. And that was really also that was game changing for me because I pulled away from WB a little bit, not for any bad reason, but Jermaine brought this to me. Larry wilmore was in the mix. You know, it's just like, oh, I'll do this with them over there. Larry was at ABC at the time. And I worked with them on that pilot we sold it to CBS, which was really cool. I got to see what the process of selling a show really looks like. And I say this all the time, I would not have been able to make Abbott unless I had that experience with Larry. Larry was my crash course and television writing. Because up until then, I had never really, yeah, it took comedy writing classes. I took I read books about TV, but Larry is just a savant of television. And learning how to write for CBS, how to take notes, how to defend what you need to defend in your work, and how to even not have the show get picked up with grace. I learned all of that from wary. I learned why act breaks on multi cam should be different than an act break on a single cam and in why things need to happen in scenes as opposed to streaming where sometimes there are these long scenes where nothing happened so they can get away with. So it was just without their experience with Larry. I don't even know. I don't know. That really solidified that I wanted to make a network sitcom because that was me actually seeing the art in it. You know what I'm saying? Well, I do want to come back to an aspect of what happened with Quinta and Jermaine. Again, doesn't ultimately get ordered to series, but still you've said valuable learning thing for a number of reasons, but I wonder if one of them was just kind of learning about the challenges of dealing with people and places where they've been sort of in the habit of doing the same or similar things for a long time because I want to read back to you a quote this is from an interview shortly after Quinta and Jermaine didn't go. This is you talking to Rolling Stone about, I believe. So you say, quote, I get along with these executives, but it's not about that. They're still racist. It's the comfortable racism that comes from being at a company like CBS for so long that only leads to shows that are like the neighborhood that are confronting race relations more than they're about black people. Strong words. Well, that's right. I mean, it sounds like though that your point, though, it seems that and I think part of what makes abbot elementary kind of makes it unique or very rare is that, yeah, there's a lot of black people front and center, but it's not about that. Yeah. It's about a school. It's about teachers at a school, trying to roll the ball up the hill. And that's just the makeup of that world. You know, that was something while Larry and Jermaine and I were working at CBS. That was something we had to constantly go up against with that pilot. And I was like, I don't want to do this. Like I don't want to have these conversations about their black let's explain why they're black. Because they are like, well, even stuff you said, hey, you want a character to be that takes the bus. Yeah. Right? Yeah. Because that character in that world would just take the bus. But that wasn't quite the CVS. It's not what CBS had in mind for this show. And I was like, there were certain things where they wanted to, by the way, I want to say again, there were some executives at CBS that completely respect for real. They're great. Really dependent worth being one of them. Great executive that helped me really learn how to, you know, work with executives. But for the network, we were trying to fit this show that wasn't a CBS show into a CBS pack. And that was really learned a lot through that. I was like, you know what? Next time I sell a show somewhere, I'm going to make sure that's where it's supposed to fit. If it's not supposed to be there, I'm not going to try to fit it in there. I want to make it for us and platform. And I think that Quentin's remain was never a CBS show and we were trying to make it one. And that was really painful for me. So much so that when I sold my next show, I had a show I did after that after Larry and Jermaine didn't go. And I did it with a producer named Michelle Nader to producers. Michelle Nader and Danielle stood start next. But they're wonderful. And they wanted to, I worked with them and sold the show to HBO Max. But here's the kicker, we pitched that show to ABC, and that's where I met Erin wernberg, who became the executive that is now the lead development executive on average. Interesting. So it all kind of comes
"quinta" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"quinta" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Everyone and thank you for tuning in to the 454th episode of awards chatter. The Hollywood Reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host Scott feinberg. And my guest today is a comedic phenom, who is blowing up at the moment, having created and served as a producer and writer and the principal star of the ABC sitcom Abbott elementary, which has been described by The New York Times as quote the best new network sitcom of the season close quote and quote the kind of comedy that network TV needs. With the guardians suggesting quote, it has Parks and Recreation sense of community, modern families, precision tooling, and Ted Lasso's charm. But as its own hilarious thing. The first season of the show about the struggles of teachers in a Philadelphia public school rolled out between December 2021 and April 2022, and quickly proved to be something special. It's second episode was ABC's highest rated installment of comedy since the finale of Modern Family a couple of years earlier. Ratings for the premiere were quadrupled after about a month, something that had never before happened with an ABC comedy. Season one overall averaged about 4 million viewers per episode, the show was renewed for a second season, a month before the first season's finale, and the first season ended up with a 100% rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes. Oh, and earlier this month, the show received 7 Emmy nominations as well, including best comedy series, making it this year's only network show nominated for the top drama or comedy awards. And my guess is personally nominated in three categories, producing, writing, and acting, which is a total never before achieved in a single year by a black person. I'm talking about one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people of 2022, Quinta Brunson. Over the course of our conversation, the 32 year old and I discussed what led her to comedy and to create web content, including what proved to be the first viral Instagram video. What it was like subsequently working on projects like the first season of HBO's a black lady sketch show. While quietly trying to sell a show of her own, how her mother, Norma Jean Brunson, and her 6th grade teacher, Joyce Abbott, helped to inspire abbot elementary and why she wanted the show to air on and deeply believes in the future of network television, plus much more, and so without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Hi, what's up? Thank you so much for joining us. And great to have you on the podcast. Normally I begin with a question I'm going to come to in a second about just where our guests were born and raised with their parents did for a living. But first, I need you to help me understand. I always thought that QU I NTA was Quinta is, so are we all saying it wrong? Or what's going on? No. Quinta is another pronunciation of my name. Someone say that is the correct pronunciation. I've kind of grown up my whole life being called both Quentin and Quinta. Okay. I am the 5th child Quinta means with and it's actually something I had to land on when I became more of a professional in my field when deciding which one I wanted to go by. And I decided to go by Quinta, but what's hard about it is I don't always pick up when someone is calling me. Quinta, because I'm so used to it. Right. Right. So it's funny you bring this up. I was on a red carpet the other day, and the one woman said, Quinta, you know, who was taking pictures in the rest of the people. We're like, Quinta Quinta, everybody's confused. And I didn't even catch it. My peel, so I'm upset. And I was like, wow, I didn't even hear it. I'm just so used to hearing both versions. So yeah. All right, well, thank you for clarity. Now I can sleep well at night. So all right, now for the usual question, just can you share for anyone who may not know where were you born and raised in what did your folks do for a living? I was born in west Philadelphia, born and raised in west Philadelphia, trying not to sing the theme song. Me too, me too. I'm proud of both of us. And my mother was a teacher. And my father was, he managed parking lots. For a living. It seems so mundane, but I found it to be very cool. Sure. No, I've always thought that's the American Dream. One time payment and then let it just keep collecting. Exactly. Now, your mom, it was always kindergarten that she taught her did that change over the years. She talked kindergarten for most of her career. She had switched to first grade. I remember one year. And she wanted to go back to kindergarten. Okay. And that was good because you were when you were in kindergarten that worked out nicely, right? It did. She was my teacher, yeah. Yeah. So in your memoir, she means well. And I will just repeat that for anyone listening at home that is. You talk about the fact that your family that when you were growing up was quite observant, Jehovah's Witnesses. And how that may have shaped you and I wonder if you can maybe give a little version of that now just how you think it might have affected you as a kid. I think for growing up Jones witness, it just, for me, as a kid in west Philadelphia, I think it gave me some type of religion gives a lot of people, but it gave me some guidelines, you know? It helped keep me safe in Philadelphia and keep me out of trouble. Joe's business is a very strict, it's a very strict religion. I wasn't allowed to do so much that when I did become passionate about something, it was often something that I that was in wine was kind of my principles at the time, like I felt like, oh, this feels like it's part of my purpose. If I really want to do it because I had all these rules and guidelines and fears of God, but then there were some things that I was like, ah, I absolutely got to do this. I think this is in line with what I'm wearing. I felt that way about comedy. You were talking to him any other jobs when it says and they would not say the same thing, but I felt that I had kind of a purpose in that arena that aligned with my religious beliefs at the time. So to connect the dots, I guess, to comedy, I guess there's first dance, and then dance somehow leads to acting, which somehow leads to comedy. Yeah. Connect those dots if you don't mind. Well, how many was always there? That's another thing my family, we spent so much time together, and we watched so much, we watched a lot of comedies, things that were the whole family could enjoy. Like a big one in our House was all of the Nick at night TV shows, all of the shows that became Nick and night TV shows in my era. So the Brady bunch, Mary Tyler Moore show, Bob Newhart show, they all became really important to me, those sitcoms, they represented togetherness, things I could watch with my family, things I was allowed to watch. And for that reason, you know, I really loved comedy more than I was willing to admit. I think, and as I got a little bit older, I started to find kind of my own things I loved all that was really big to me. I just thought it was fascinating. These kids, you know, doing sketch comedy was so incredible to me and my older siblings kind of sharing comedies with them because it's what we also had in common. Ace Ventura pet detective made my brother and I Friends. I think without that, I'm not sure we would have gotten a lot. And so, you
"quinta" Discussed on Venezuela: Crisis y Esperanza
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Afghan Refugees Fit the Quintessential Definition of Federal Immigration Laws
"I hear some of my friends, I'm told some of my friends in the various businesses here. Broadcasting world do not believe that we should take Afghan refugees. I could not disagree more. And I've told you that down all week long. Yes, they need to be vetted in a question. They're worried about. I'm not sure what they're worried about. We needed to bring in the Vietnamese as well. And the Cubans as well. We're not talking about an open border where people just walk over the Over the border and come into the United States and steak into the United States. These people are coming to the front door. They're called refugees. Federal immigration law provides for real refugees in this Is the Quinta central definition of a real refugee. You think most of these people, by the way are going to support Biden and Pelosi and Schumer down the road. I seriously doubt it. If that's your concern. I seriously doubt
Iowa Summer Camp Sends Campers Home Early
"Camp in New Hampshire abruptly shuts down and sends the kids home. WBC's art Cohen reports after just six days, parents whose Children were at Camp Quinta Barge in molten borrow New Hampshire were told to come and pick up their kids. Camp, officials said Delays in food shipments made it impossible to keep the camp open. But some parents told the Boston Globe that there were other problems, including hiring counselors just days before camp opened, who had little training. And some of the campers said meals were served multiple times on dirty dishes. Executive director Erik Karlsson blamed the problems on staffing and supply chain issues.
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"quinta" Discussed on Otro Boleto Podcast
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"quinta" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
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"quinta" Discussed on Otro Boleto Podcast
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"quinta" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"quinta" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"quinta" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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An Encyclopedia of Betrayal
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U.S. sees record surge in coronavirus cases
"Today. We have had what is the largest number of new cove infections in this country on any single day? Since the pandemic hit, we just hit a new record. This is the screaming headline right now the Washington Post America hits highest daily number of coronavirus cases since pandemic began nation is poised to enter its worst stretch yet of the pandemic with hospitalizations rising in thirty eight states. Wanted. To show you those statements tonight from Caldo Doshi in the ICU nurse and emily caps the. In part because of where they're from. Mr Dotion is an ICU nurse working at what is now converted into a full Cova D- unit in Duluth. MINNESOTA. But Emily Cops, the CNA she's in, as I said, a town called Quinta Kansas. Quinta Kansas is population one thousand. That's Work Winter Kansas's. It's four hours, drive north west of Wichita. If you're trying to find it on the map, it is as rural as rural America gets. That's what's happening. Now, that's what's driving this in the country. The last time we had case numbers anywhere near this Hai literally, most of the cases in the country at that time were from a handful of large population states for Florida and California and Texas and Arizona now, it's a handful of states it's everywhere. And there's something else I want to point out about where we are right now. Can we can we? Put the national graph back up there for a second. Look at look at where we've been not just where we are right now. But where we've been that I peek that we got in early April of terrible right when up to like thirty thousand cases day just atrocious thousands of Americans died hundred thousand people dead by the end of May because of that peak in new cases that we saw in early April. But? Look. How we got to that peak, we got to that peak from here on the graph look at the baseline we built up from in that case, right? We got to that I we were starting at zero it was a new virus, the no, the novel coronavirus we started with basically zero cases in this country in January February, and we went in that first peak from zero cases up to thirty thousand cases today. But then after that I peak and we started to come back down we didn't come all the way back down. We didn't go all the way back down to zero. We never actually got below an average of about twenty thousand new cases every day so that we started to surge again, we were searching from a higher point. There was tons more virus circulating in the country at a baseline level, and so because we were building on a bigger base line. When we had a second surge while there was higher amounts of virus circulating out there every day our second peak ended up being that much higher. Our second peak ended up being twice as I in terms of the peak rate of new infections because our baseline started higher. Right and in that second peak. Tens of thousands of people died right that's when we hit that second peak in high summer. All those cases stacked up with a high summer. We ended up with two hundred thousand Americans dead by the third. Week of September. After we saw that huge pecan cases in the high summer. But now, here's our problem right now because after that second scary second peak in the high summer when we drop back down again, not only do we not go down to zero wouldn't even go back down to where we we're. We're our baseline had previously been. When we drop down after that second peak, our new baseline didn't spend much time low forty, thousand new cases a day. and. Now that huge high baseline number is where we are climbing up from. So how high are we going to get this time I? Mean our peak number of infections keeps getting higher with each subsequent surge because with each subsequent surge, we're building on an increasingly large baseline. 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And we're just getting worse and worse and worse than even trying to contain it in some places yesterday in one county in. Idaho. Regional Health Board meeting they heard from their regional epidemiologist that the hospitals in that region of northern. Idaho. We're hitting capacity that they're major local hospital had the previous day hit ninety nine percent capacity even after doubling up patients in rooms and buying more physical hospital beds to try to put patients in them the local health board responded to that news from their epidemiologist by voting at that meeting. To repeal the local mask. mandate. They got told their hospitals or at capacity there's nowhere to put patients anymore in their response was to get rid of the local mass mandate. That's northern Idaho. One County over from where president trump recently tweeted in support of a local anti mask rally. Yeah take off the masks open everything up. And now here's what you get. Soaring covid nineteen infection rates in. Kortelainen in the surrounding communities of Northern Idaho have pushed Kootenai Health Hospital to declare it has reached capacity for all medical and surgical
Interview with Maria Hinojosa
"So as you know, Latino rebels is part of Food Doodo Media, which is the nonprofit independent media company founded by Marina Hosa, and if you've been following what Matia has been sharing the last couple of weeks, she has a new book. It's called once I was you it to memoir and I've seen Muddy A- work on the book talk about the book worry about the book. Love, the book hate the book. To seeing her the whole creative process. and. Now, the book is out and everyone loves the book and she's been on every other podcast. Since we worked together I I said, you need to be back on Latino rebels radio. Not. Only because. You know we work at full Doodo media. OR WE CO host an in the thick podcast. But. Because we're friends and we're family so. Here's money a wholesale on Latino rebels radio talking about. Book. Once I. was you. Maria. This is the fifth fourth or fifth time I've had you on some form of Latino rebels whether it's radio or streaming. So. You're quickly becoming quickly becoming enough Latino rebel. He knew I knew I. Knew About Latino rebels before I knew about you know crazy. No but listen I, know it's been. It's been such a historic week for you. With the book launch, and then you're on Lulu Garcia now audio and we're doing it in the thick, and then the Lou Garcia now laterals interview shows up on Latino USA and you're doing all this promotion. AT OPRAH DOT COM YEAH OPRAH DOT com, and then you got these amazing reviews and and it's I'm an you know you're like. It's crazy what's happening but I wanted to just have a conversation you and I with no like the book will come out of this conversation but I'm not going to be like Maria tell me about your book you know what I mean. Like I, want I want us to be like just you and me. TO GIVE PEOPLE SORT OF A. I don't know like a feel of what we do behind the scenes a little bit I mean there's a little bit of crazy that has to happen when you're like I'm in a launch, my own company or I'm GonNa Launch, you know something like letting rebels and I'm just going to do it and I'm Elliot died. So there's a of you know. For one way or another for one reason or another jumping off a cliff and just being like but we got this in one and so I feel like food thorough and Latino rebels and everything that you know in the fake and everything that has come as a result is really because we have nothing to lose Indian this you know that we had. People are like what am I ain't got none your so it's like I. Mean I have a lot but I'm just saying like A. doodle I didn't have. My own company and I was like. How scary was that house like we've talked about this but how scary was that moment for you because you talk about it in the book but you. Know I talk about it in the book because there's it's a very important moment because what you gotta get the book to really get all the juicy details but they. Don't reveal too much. Basically I'm told by a very important network show. That that I should like, take a hike and comeback. When some of the white guys had died and I was an I get into the subway and I'm crying Hulu I'm crying in the subway I'm alone I think that there's a real understanding of you know. We are psychic psychically and in many ways tied to our family but we're also very deeply existential. Alone I'm sorry. I go there. You know it's just like we stomas Finale Quintas sister solo or in says, I got home I called my sister and I said Britain. I said, I cannot go on unemployment. I've never gone on unemployment and I don't have a job. And very immigrant t very Mexican. The I was like I can't. I cannot tell my father that I went on unemployment and so people. Who See your brightness your star, your shot they see it from afar. You have a hard time seeing it yourself. You know this often happens to us and people had said why don't you do your own thing deepa Sunday that you're of our board was like do your own thing I was like this look what are you talking about? What my own thing and at that point you know somebody else had said I'll help you and so then I just said. All right. Well, let's do this and we had no assurance. We had no funding. We had nothing we drew up some paperwork. and. You start it in your in your in your apartment in my apartment. In Harley, actually I ended up I. my first office was exactly in the area of the apartment where I ended up finishing writing the book because we had to rearrange the apartment. You know we live in New York we don't. We don't have like a huge apartment so. GotTa move some things are actually the altar had to be moved the friend had. And the kids were still I mean, your kids were still kids I. 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Thailand's election ends in uncertainty
"Should Hello. From the newsroom if the financial times in London, I'm season blimp soon after five years of military dictatorship tie, vases, have finally had an opportunity to cheat the government, but those hoping for a clear and transparent election will have been disappointed with the result laid and turnout figures disputed that's a risk that political turmoil. Could return to Southeast Asia's second largest economy. Ravi Macci discusses what happens next with John southeast Asia. Correspondent. But the Nixon. Free and fair. Manny wrongdoing has been reported and sure norm. And some what buying happened even the in front of the station that was actually Chinnawat who for years dominated type politics as a billionaire politician. But now is contesting the elections from exile. John results have been trickling out since Sunday with the opposition alleging irregularities just tell us why this election is being so fraught, this is the first democratic exercise Thailand has had in the nearly five years since the military coup of twenty fourteen the deposed to government that never took office headed by Mr. toxins, sister, young ocean, Awad Tra I mean, this is an ongoing theme in Thai politics for many many decades where the military has ruled directly or indirectly. And it's emerging as the theme in this election is well, what do the results of the election show us broadly? Speaking at showed Thailand is as In impressed. pest elections of very divided country. You have on the one hand the Democratic Front parties and on the other the pro military camp that want to keep general view, the current military dictator and the military in control of the levers of government within the Democratic Front camp. You have seven parties have agreed to work together, the largest of which is put tie the biggest pro toxin party. This camp has a mass following in the north east of Thailand and put aloneness likely to emerge us the largest party in the lower house. We also have a new party called future forward headed by Tana. Torn a charismatic businessmen activists who appears to have come in third place. Again, we don't have a final seat count who will go with the Democratic Front middle of this week. They said that they had enough support for two hundred fifty five seats in the lower house, which would be enough to get them a working majority not necessarily enough to get. Elected in his government because they need support of two hundred fifty senators as well, we're under control of the Quinta on the other side. Yes the punk portraits. The winter party emerged as the winner of the popular vote and looks likely to head the next government because they control the Senate seats another force. That's worth speaking about is boom Gye Thai or Thai pride new party headed by entertain another billionaire businessman who is emerging as a kingmaker because he could go either with the democratic camp were with the junta. And it seems that both sides will need his support in order to form a stable government. What are the gestures out the opposition's making about why the results perhaps aren't as credible? As the hunt claims to be it's not just the opposition. There were a lot of questions about the integrity of the vote both from office in parties. And from the limited number of monitors who were able to do their work in Thailand on voting day on the twenty four th there were questions about. Between the voter rolls. The numbers of voters registered and the number of ballots that actually ended up being cast the worst allegations of vote buying of which I personally haven't seen proof. An I'll be careful to say that here the biggest question, and it's a lingering question as I speak is around the delay in reporting the results, which in every past recent election came out on election night by nine or ten pm. But we're delayed for several days and still haven't been reported as I speak. Explain to us. How will the new government be determined? Yes. This is the first government to be formed under a new constitution that was drawn up after the military coup with the apparent design of keeping the tax and movement out of power and entrenching the rule of the military. The vote for prime minister will be conducted by seven hundred fifty and peace five hundred in the lower house who were democratically elected, I'll be in a flawed. Imperfect election and then two hundred fifty senators who will be handpicked by the junta will also have a vote. So this gives an automatic sort of one third advantage to prolong tra-, the pro-junta party that emerged as the winner of the popular vote and put them in pole position to form the next government. If we back up a good bit of the broader context, why is Thailand so important to the region, it's important economically. It's also I mean, there's kind of a bigger story in south East Asia. Now of what seems to be a move away from democratic rule. There's also been kind of continuing political drama in Thailand where you go through periods of stability and periods of great unrest. There's a lot of money most of Asian some of it western tied up in Thai stocks and bonds, this is a country that experienced of massive financial crisis less than two decades ago, and it's just coming out of it. So I think it's been it's of interest both for business. People also for watchers of democracy. You spoke to toxin, the billionaire politician. Former prime minister, why is he so vociferous in his opposition to the results is a major player in Thai politics. I mean, this is a man who's movement and followers have won every election since two thousand one possibly up to including this election. Although we don't have final results yet. He thinks Thailand could do better in short and thinks that it did under the government's that he and his sister ran, and he also thinks this election was not free and fair. Can you just run us through in a way the divisions acceded to the politics between guests the urban leads? Maybe some of the rural poor who seemed to be very supportive toxin. It's largely regionally based support of put tie. His main party are clustered mostly in northern and eastern Thailand largely rural poor who benefitted over the years from populous spending programs champion by his government's up against them as the Bangkok elite sort of royalist. And military and civil servants who like the status quo and to absolutely loathe his brand of politics. And indeed say it's corrupt and cost the country. Billions how did the politics then work? If toxin is in the country his sisters no longer there. Either he lives in self-imposed exile, his absence hasn't actually changed that much although arguably put has not done as well as it has in recent elections, but the same divisions or there has follow us her still there until recently. This was the only party with a mass following with a real political machine across Thailand. And it did they did very well in this election. We don't know quite how well yet we won't know for certain until may ninth when final results are announced that said it seems like his camp lost some support to new parties. Most notably future forward headed by another anti-military billionaire activists figure who does live in Thailand. Mr. Tana, tore whose party appears to have come in. Third place. So I mean, there are voices saying that toxin ISM and toxin that you know, his time is passing. Let me talk about the economy because talent is the second biggest economy inside Asia. What are the indications for the comic performance of the country, and perhaps even the water region? I think Tyler's entering without doubt a period of uncertainty, the consultancies that specialize in political risk have been warning this week of enhanced risk. There've been signs that some investors have been taking money out of Thai stocks and bonds, and this, of course, is because of the history of street unrest in Thailand. Over the past two decades of toxin ISM wearing the Richards against the shirts some violence. Dozens of people killed at one point in twenty ten. There's a fear that the process could go off the rails. Again, these two camps pitched against each other for now, it's a peaceful exercise. But when doesn't know how long that will last. What is the next stage of the process that we
Thousands of birds die at Salton Sea
"Just in the last couple of weeks in the culprit avian cholera testing showed signs of the infectious bacterial disease that has spread through direct contact or from contaminated food or water. Wildlife officials say outbreaks of various sizes occur every year as a result of birds flocking closely together during migration now the three hundred fifty square mile lake is located south of interstate ten that southeast palm. Springs and LA Quinta. It's a regular stop for migrating birds along what's called the Pacific flyway, the salty lake which began pretty much by accident from an overwhelmed. Irrigation canal sits in the hot desert. It is drying up and disease notwithstanding that will make it smaller and make it saltier and less friendly of place for birds and for people for KCRW
Expecting charges, Wisconsin WR Quintez Cephus announces leave
"Stunning announcement on Twitter, from badgers. Wide receiver Quintas safest who announced suddenly that he is taking a leave of absence from. The team see fists is the star. Wide receiver he was expected to take a big leap forward after leading the team last year in both receiving yards and receiving touchdowns late, yesterday afternoon he writes in a statement posted to his. Twitter account my lawyers informed me that the Dane county district attorney's office intens on issuing unspecified charges against me for an incident that occurred in April of. This year I have been wrongfully accused of, unlawful conduct and I am innocent of any allegations associated with this consensual
Quintez Cephus, Wisconsin Badgers receiver, taking leave as charges loom
"Reporting university of Wisconsin wide receiver Quintas safest. Has left the, team, indefinitely as he faces unspecified criminal charges reportedly, these charges coming out Dane county last April sees also converged with. A statement released on Twitter, that he will be taking a leave of absence from the. Team and football activities his statement reads quote I have been wrongfully accused of unlawful conduct and I am innocent of any allegations associated with this consensual relationship, safest closes his statement saying I will not be defined by the allegations. Or this episode the badgers wideout finished second on the team and catches, last season and led the club in receiving yards and
Cleveland Browns trade WR Corey Coleman to Buffalo Bills for draft pick
"Going to foxsports Sunday Bob on the wheels of steel, Iran in the show, Steve Sager joins us for our final segment where. I at least for this hour St. we still have baseball going Mckee bats, at RBI single MVP candidate Dr not candidate candidate because his teammate JD Martinez who had two out two run single bottom of the night to help things along Boston was. Down four one bottom of the ninth they've just one. In the tenth over the rival Yankees five to four Mookie Betts is hitting over three forty leading the majors. By the way his home run tonight his twenty six of the year JD Martinez lead the majors in, homers RBI's with thirty three. Home runs and now ninety three RBI's. We're in the first week of August he has ninety three. Batting, about three twenty catch hack Wilson no not exactly who. Has since. One, thousand nine hundred, thousand thank you Red Sox scored the tying run on a two, hour throwing. Air they win it in the tenth. Five four it ends in. About ten minutes to one in the morning at, Fenway pack meanwhile have you. Noticed the NFL news today that we had the trade of the woeful Cleveland Browns trading another one of their woeful first round draft, picks wide receiver Corey Coleman goes to the Buffalo Bills for according to NFL network eight late first round and unspecified pick at this point Peter King among the many football writers sending this out the Cleveland if you look at their first rounders between two thousand. Nine up through twenty sixteen that's eleven different first round, picks not one is left on the Cleveland Browns not one let me ask you a stupid question I'm pretty. Good at that I also see the Brady Quinn talking about it but he didn't bring up does this, have anything to do with. Kelvin Benjamin popping up about Carolina because. I guess they weren't happy about that in in buffalo I. Assumed, it had more to do with Josh Gordon that he's. Actually closed Quinta but I don't know maybe I'm thinking, thinking outside the box here. Who knows I might also have something to do with the other horrifically awful receivers around Benjamin in buffalo right now I mean rod, Streeter Zeta Jones I just don't think they have any depth either but Tasker No Maybe No. Shortly I don't think they're gonna be asking the pro football hall of fame game the unwatchable annual exhibition nonetheless was the top rated TV show of the. Night it was about six point eight million viewers by. Comparison the Stanley, Cup final clincher got six point six million viewers this. Year so the last, game the championship of the hockey season clinch that night got fewer than the first exhibition of the football. Season Saying that is insane and, by the way the hockey numbers this year that was up fifty percent in the ratings from the year before. Their game five, so it's just studying how, much fine if you want to say, football ratings are down it's still just kills all weekend for baseball in Seattle they were a ton of Blue Jays fans in from Canada it was. A superb superb atmosphere so much so that many players. For, the Canadian side the Blue Jays talked about wishing they could take the fans with them back into, Canada for their home games last night though in the game at Seattle there was. One Blue Jays fan who let's just say there was a bet on the line and he interrupted the Mariners Jays game last night in the night and. Streaking onto the field and he was eventually tackled by. Security and ushered, off well the Blue Jays reporter Hazel may from sports. Net says the streaker, is a citizen living in Vancouver but a citizen of Ireland and so may be forced to return to Ireland depending on how the legal situation plays out after last night's arrest outside Canadian borders her, update this afternoon was that her source with the sheriff's office in Seattle Had the streaker still incarcerated today by the way could be deported all for. An eighty dollar bet better go bail them out we're talking AFC north next Your.
Job openings hit record high as job seekers dwindle
"All right she got a theory as to why president trump sits at forty two percent approval with all the stuff is his highest approval rating in the gallup poll in a year and i i mentioned record taxol for the us economy in april five hundred and fifteen billion dollars taken in they spent two hundred ninety seven billion so they had net profit of two hundred and eighteen billion dollars that's the highest previous monthly record by twenty eight billion dollars billion dollars job openings the us had a record six point six million job openings at the end of march so now they're getting to the point where employers now are saying we're turning down employees we got jobs to fill more turning p down people because they're not qualified so that means now that other people who are qualified can quit a job to get a better job so there are there are signs there that are positive for people if you in the last year or so quinta job and then took a better job a higher paying job a job where your skills were more appreciated that's a good thing isn't it so you're you're seeing that going on again i think character matters so that's why i'm not a big fan of the president but there's there's a lot of good stuff going on that people say stormy dan stuff doesn't bother me nearly as much as what's going on in my my world by economy my life maybe it will expand on this one tomorrow brandon but enthusiasm for the democratic party is waning among millennials we thought that was the party of what we're told reuters poll came out that show that voters aged eighteen to thirty four sows their support for democrats over republicans for congress slip by nine percentage point over the past two years to forty six percent overall they increasingly say the republican party is a better steward of the economy.