21 Burst results for "Richmond Hill"
"richmond hill" Discussed on Thinking Crypto News & Interviews
"Thanks for having me, Tony. It's exciting to be here. I've been appreciating all you've done. For the industry and for the for the community. So great to be here. For sure. And I'm excited to speak with you because I've been following foundry for a while. I've been talking about Bitcoin mining growth in the U.S. and you guys are really leading to charge. So I got a lot of questions for you and you know it's exciting times. So before we get to that though, tell us about yourself where you're from, where'd you grow up? Yeah, so originally from New York went to school there was born in Queens and lived in Brooklyn and Long Island and Manhattan for schools. So kind of that area was where I grew up. And but spent most of my adult life either abroad or were in D.C.. Usually because I have the federal government background. Wow, you know Kyle, we didn't talk about specifics as to where you were born and all that. I grew up in Queens. I lived in Brooklyn. I went to high school in Manhattan. It's funny. We have very similar paths. I was born in bayside and went to high school Long Island and yeah, so we were right in the same area. Oh, yeah. I was in Richmond hill. I lived in forest hills. I got into bayside high school, but I ended up going to Laguardia, the art school in Manhattan. So so funny. Yeah. Yeah, one of our biggest biggest champions for the crypto space in New York is actually an assemblyman from queens named Clyde pennell. Oh, wow. So tell us about what you did before working at foundry. So I actually started my federal government career as a White House fellow, and I worked between the White House office of management and budget, and National Security Council, that type of stuff. And so I really got a great snapshot from a bird's eye view. I should say, of how money can move through government from the top down. And it was certainly an interesting experience that we can talk about if you like, but it's certainly very interesting, negotiating with agencies on how much money they should get and seeing why it's so difficult for government bloat to ever ever shrink down. It's hard to make any cuts in government. So that was, that was a great experience. I then moved on and I was a diplomat under the Obama administration, focusing on Guantanamo Bay. And so we were, I was part of the special envoys office that would travel and do negotiations and trying to get people out of Guantanamo Bay and relocate them and all of the negotiations that happened there. And then yeah, I had a career in national security after that. And eventually during COVID, I wanted to help operationally with maybe stuff that I've learned over the years and so I came back to my home state of New York and worked in operations setting up New York's from the governor's office setting up New York's max clinics and trying to help organize people to get the vaccine that we're choosing to do so. Wow man, you have a very strong pedigree in government, pretty amazing you were at The White House and you mentioned budgeting with regards to these agencies and what funds they get. That's pretty incredible.
"richmond hill" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Were there particular challenges that, I mean, I know this is your first time running for office so you don't have a lot to compare it to. But were there particular challenges to running in this district the way it's drawn? Do you have any sort of reflections on how the actual ground game of this district went in terms of trying to reach all the different pockets of the district, how did that go and what do you attribute your success here to in terms of your field strategy or get out the vote efforts, you know, really being on the ground in this new district that also stretches three boroughs. So you summarize this a little in the beginning. We had an exceptional cycle because of redistricting. We started by launching it in February when the brand new state Senate seat district 17 was created. And that district included Long Island city, greenpoint, and then went down through ridgeway into parts, southeast beans, and Richmond hill, ozone park, woodhaven, Glendale mass Beth. And Long Island city and greenpoint were two of the densest neighborhoods. So when those lines were overturned, the district was redrawn into Senate district 59, which was a new seat that included Long Island city greenpoint, but extended up to a story down to Williamsburg and then in Manhattan. So about two months before primary, we were lucky that we weren't starting from scratch because as someone who lives in Long Island city and also as someone who had been organizing there and having run in district 17, we still had knocked over 8000 doors in the current district at 59, right? But we all of a sudden had to account for losing the doors in the other parts of the Senate district 17. And then now starting to draw knock in the new neighborhoods that were added in 59. Especially in Manhattan because for the first time ever, we had a triborough district. And some of the biggest challenges for us. Was of course, you know, shifting quickly, making sure that we are redesigning our field strategy and sending volunteers to new church. But for as a lifelong strap hanger, it's transportation. I think for personally one of the biggest challenges was actually commuting across three boroughs and splitting my time. So I saw firsthand how hard transit system definitely needs to be more interconnected and improved. But even with all of those challenges, we were really lucky to have the, you know, we had over 900 volunteers on this campaign. We were running a truly grassroots campaign where we were funded by over 3000 individual donors with an average donation of $46. And the volunteers from assembly races. Who ran in Lower Manhattan as a democratic socialist candidate as well. So we had the volunteers. We had the grassroots support. And that led us to knocking over 68,000 doors in 59 by the end of the race. And when you, when you look at this district and you look at the success as I was getting at in the intro of so many democratic socialists in some of these areas of queens and Brooklyn that you've now run in and have been successful in this primary and all but certain to head to the state legislature here in January.
"richmond hill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"School vacations. Marianne carruth reports for the record in north Jersey dot com, she says while parents need to grant permission before their children can work the extended hours, advocates worry the law can lead to employers exploiting teens. When I spoke to the bill's sponsor, assemblyman freiman, he insisted and he assured me that the intention was not to leave parents out of the loop. That is not what the labor experts and the parent experts seem to feel. They feel that the language in the Bill needs to be clearer about protecting youth. And they also say those advocates worry about. She says the new law comes amid an ongoing labor shortage in the garden state. In other news right now, a man whose robbery of a queen's cell phone store led to police shooting and killing one of their own officers has been sentenced to 30 years to life in prison, 28 year old Jagger Freeman was convicted last month on charges, including second degree murder in connection with the 2019 robbery, prosecutors say he planned to hold up of the Richmond hill store during the police response detected Brian simonson was shot in the crossfire from fellow officers a second police officer was also wounded and attorney for Freeman says he will appeal that conviction. Taking a look now at your commute this morning, D, and Q trains are running with delays, and there's a collision investigation underway, and an overturned tractor trailer on the LIE eastbound at east 36th tree that is blocking three of the lanes there. So if you're heading in that direction, please be forewarned and plan accordingly. 70 with sunshine and some clouds out there right now on this Friday, July 8th, mostly clouding a high of 86 today, a chance of showers
"richmond hill" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm bradfield. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. At least 6 people were injured after a fire broke out inside a queen's home overnight. The fire department of New York says the blaze started about 3 a.m. on 85th road in Richmond hill. Fire officials say it started on the second floor of the house and spread quickly to the house next door, at least three civilians and three firefighters suffered minor injuries. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. Chinese developers group holdings limited that it didn't pay a $1 billion note that matured today that adds to a record year of offshore Bond delinquencies in the sector. The luxury builder said in a Hong Kong exchange filing, it also hasn't made principal payments involving some other offshore debts and has not been in discussions with creditors, while trying to reach with its calling amicable resolutions. For the first time, a black woman has been appointed as Connecticut's chief public defender. Bowden Lewis, who officially began her job Friday overseeing the division of public defender services, said she hopes to provide minority clients with the greater sense of trust in the state's criminal justice system. Bowden Lewis grew up in Norwalk and earned her law degree from quinnipiac university. Well, this week we will be getting numbers from car companies on their sales. The story on that from Bloomberg's Charlie poet. U.S. auto sales are slumping as chip shortages continue to choke supply and rising sticker prices put new vehicles out of reach for a wider swath of prospective buyers. According to the average forecast of 6 market researchers surveyed by Bloomberg, the annual selling rate is expected to decline to 13.2 million vehicles in June down 20% from a year earlier. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, this is Bloomberg. This is balance and power with David Weston. The state of American energy is strong. Our nation has the resources and the expertise to meet our energy needs. Eventually, we'll end up with a vaccine that will be able to do better against multiple variants. Where the world of politics meets the world of business. The fed has to raise rates. And by the way, that's a good thing. The cause of inflation has been this historic pandemic, which is upended life in so many different ways, in particularly his upended America's supply chains. Balance of power with given Weston on Bloomberg radio. Coming up this hour, we'll get a comprehensive view of the economy from Ed Hyman of Evercore. And the Supreme Court deals a major blow to President Biden's climate agenda. I talk about it with UCLA law professor Blake Emerson. Plus, is the
"richmond hill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Budget negotiations the deadline for that is June 30th And the 34th sick day parade returned to the Richmond hill neighborhood yesterday held annually in Queens by the sick cultural society the parade kicked off with remarks from community leaders activists and politicians New York senator Chuck Schumer was among those lending his support The seat community is a God fearing community The state community is family oriented community It is just what we need in New York Senator Schumer also spoke about Friday's passage of the federal anti Asian hate crime spill passage of the bill came on the heels of two assaults on three sick men in the Richmond hill neighborhood earlier this month One man has been charged with multiple counts of robbery assault and aggravated harassment in connection with those attacks and accomplice is facing charges related to one of the attacks Your WNYC forecast for the remainder of this afternoon peaks of sun through the clouds and a high near 62 tonight cloudy a low of 49 and tomorrow the sun returns for the start of the work week with a high of 61° Right now 55 under partly sunny skies in Manhattan Support for NPR comes from Lafayette imports bringing Plymouth gin to the U.S. from England southwest coast Plymouth gin is distilled using a blend of 7 botanicals including Juniper berry coriander seed and citrus peel Plymouth gin since 1793 WNYC is.
"richmond hill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"COVID another 20,000 new cases were reported in Shanghai on Sunday Officials in the chaoyang district of Beijing where there's also been a resurgence have put 14 buildings under lockdown and have ordered everyone living or working in the area to take three COVID tests this week China has had its determined to continue with its zero COVID policy World news from the BBC this is W one YC in New York I'm David first Mayor Eric Adams announced plans yesterday to spend $900 million to build more bus and bicycle lanes He says the goals include getting more New Yorkers out and about moving more quickly through the city streets and more safely Far too many people are not biking because they don't feel safe And if the more we make it safe the more we are going to see people utilize their bikes The amount that mayor Adams is proposing falls short of the $3.1 billion the city council asked for earlier this month Under the streets master plan passed in 2019 The city was required to build 250 miles of protected bike lanes and 150 miles of protected bus lanes over 5 years Adams proposal will be part of the city's budget negotiations the budget deadline is June 30th The 34th sick day parade returned to Richmond hill neighborhood yesterday held annually in Queens by the sick cultural society The parade kicked off with remarks from community leaders and politicians New York senator Chuck Schumer spoke about Friday's passage of the federal anti Asian hate crime spill He reiterated his commitment to federal prosecution for individuals involved in hate crimes against members of the Asian American community Not only should the city go after these people but the federal government should go after the people who attacked the seats and give them the sentences in jail They deserve Passage of the bill came on the heels of two assaults on three sick men in the Richmond hill neighborhood earlier this month One man has been charged with multiple counts of robbery assaults and aggravated harassment in connection with the attacks and alleged accomplice is facing charges related to one of the attacks 56° now mostly cloudy skies today a high of 62 this afternoon this afternoon tonight partly cloudy with a low of 47 This is WNYC From WNYC in New York this is on the media I'm Brooke gladstone In this month's jobs report one morsel of data did stick out The country's active workforce is back to within 1% of what it was in February 2020 Pre-pandemic But if that's true what happened to this It's being called the great resignation a record number of Americans are telling their bosses I quit Wages increased again last month as companies tried to attract new employees And restaurant owners are taking a double hit a shortage of workers and skyrocketing costs The healthcare sector has lost more than half a million jobs since the start of the pandemic Facts where you don't have enough workers even farms are dealing with labor shortages Weren't we all taking a cardboard boxes and marching out on mass when the term the great resignation was coined the explanations varied Burnout for retirement stimulus checks.
"richmond hill" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"This is the 77 WABC update on politics I'm Dominique Carter New York governor Kathy hochul claims she was unaware prosecutors had issued subpoenas related to her lieutenant governor Brian Benjamin's failed comptroller campaign before his appointment to his current post Benjamin was still serving as a state senator representing Harlem when his campaign for a New York City controller received subpoenas from the Manhattan district attorney's office the investigation was put on hold when the DA's office found out federal investigators were also looking into fundraising related to the campaign which resulted in the arrest of a longtime Benjamin ally A mugger shoves a 26 year old pregnant woman to the ground and then robs her in Queens all caught on video The victim was walking in south Richmond hill just after 6 a.m. March 9th carrying an umbrella when the suspect heading in the other direction pulled on her purse and not her onto the sidewalk according to the NYPD the clipped in shows the attacker grabbing the woman's purse and running off This Big Apple mom has already hired a lawyer Danelle jampel crashed mayor Eric Adams press conference yesterday posing as a reporter to criticize him over his mandate for children She was fired a short time later from her job at the city law department Jim Powell who served as an assistant corporation council learned she was canned less than an hour after she confronted the court of God New York City mayor Eric Adams Talk to you again at midnight.
"richmond hill" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Are looking for the gunman who wounded two New York City off duty corrections officers at a colleague's going away party in Queens Lisa Salvador has more Please say it happened around one 30 Saturday morning at the showtime bar and lounge in Richmond hill cops say the suspect was escorted out following an argument returned with a gun and fired from outside into the bar The bullet shattered a window a male corrections officer was shot in the hand and had surgery a female officer was shot in the ankle Police say it appears they weren't the intended targets New details are coming to light in a cold case death investigation in Wisconsin Saturday the Dodge county sheriff's office said DNA evidence helped solve the case of the death of baby Teresa She was named for the town of Teresa where her remains were found by a roadside in April of 2009 A comparison of baby Teresa's DNA with DNA and genealogical studies by the company family trees customer database ultimately led to the identity of the child's mother Karen Luton was in court Saturday and faces charge of concealing the death of a child and a vegan seafood startup in Sacramento is showcasing its plant based alternatives and setting a record with a nearly 600 pound of vegan sous viche Current foods live streamed its employees filling a huge container to the brim with its plant based tuna substitute and that's the very latest I'm Jim Forbes Now there's Bloomberg sports update 8 more schools exited stage right on Saturday and Saturday night in the NCAA basketball tournament St. Peters was not one of them the peacocks continue their Cinderella run by leading wired a wire and knocking out Murray state 70 to 60s Katie and depo at 17 some big shots down the stretch for Doug eddard I always do.
"richmond hill" Discussed on The Current
"And i live in richmond hill. Ontario is exciting. To see. justice is still going to be the face of canada internationally. I feel like that is important. We'll be hearing from voters across the country this morning. Nara amount on sorry. We just heard from emigrated to canada from pakistan. Nine years ago it feels like the liberals are more open to diversity and liberals have shown in their previous governments that it matters of women and minorities have been part of the cabinets and multipolarity that. It's kind of a mixed bag. 'cause they're just have enough space there to speak up as well and then push the everybody checks on each other. Which is i think. Actually a good thing. You don't with how polarized the word is right now. It it feels like that's okay. It kind of makes gives us some fierce at the system. One of the people who will have to keep building people's faith in that system as mark holland liberal incumbent in the writing of ajax in ontario was re elected last night joins us now our call and good morning. Good morning matt. How are you. Well congratulations thanks so much. I appreciate that you were elected. Your party stays in power but as we've been saying parliament is pretty close to what it looked like before the election. Was this election worth it. Well every election is worth it Every election is an opportunity for canadians. Have a say on the kind of country they want and You know the reality is this is going to be my fifth minority government And everyone is You know have been quite short in the past. My first one was actually only eighteen months But i think this one was particularly important a look. We've all gone through something exceptionally difficult. The pandemic is really the largest Crisis the country has faced in in in in one generation maybe more than that And there was an opportunity for canadians. Have a on how they wanted to move forward as a country. I think that's exceptionally important. Cova nineteen didn't exist as an issue when we go back to twenty nineteen of his something that wasn't on any of our minds so i think it was exceptionally important to connect with folks and make sure that That this is where they wanna go that they want to come forward. Your party was looking for a majority. You are returned with a minority What some people have said. Some ways is a lukewarm endorsement. For the party itself and the message. We heard this from outgoing. Mp catherine mckenna seems to be one of humility. How will your government move forward in that frame of mind and govern with with a sense of humility given what the country has said back to you. Yeah absolutely i you know the it is absolutely essential that the reach across the aisle that we continue working with other parties That we find ways to compromise. And i hope that everybody comes in that spirit You know. I think the message from canadians. It was clear that You know towards the end. The the the The brinksmanship these things that were happening in parliament to try to push a political advantage is not what canadians want..
"richmond hill" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
"Chat that being on his back. How original goal. I ain't gonna be easy you know who's green with envy. I mean now immediately meets with captain. Gordon who confirmed that it was you go. Strange scarecrow out of arkham asylum that poured into contact with. He knows the identity of the young man who was scared her decapitated joey kim potter. After all right we'll take another step after visiting the grave of his parents. You mentioned what you to drink. After visiting the grandparents. Bruce wayne orders for more money to fund the wing thumpings which is hoping. Oh really that's what we're doing now. Shins no sir. Sir part for richmond hill says that man please really gets to the root of the hell on. I'm telling you when he leaves town after statement. I hope they do thing where he has to the ninety nine percent. You will always have done it. Better just clear. Wachner definitely goatee. Uc optic there. you know. we're dealing france. Meanwhile shortly corners and brad simmons who find themselves trapped in the house scarecrows using a high l. Now we're through this pope thing classmates geography. Craner wanted him during his kindrence again. Wasn't that was the boat. Greg vein one. So it's like this takes place between the world to banishes did last week. So it's like oh he's saving the big. The biggest bully for laugh beside battling cloudy. Jonathan crane incontinent. During his years in high school scarecrow his fear parts and against them to island get revenge. I always like oh. Hey thanks you go okay. You just massive device to give curl haunted. How of course got all. The houses are haunted. obviously using economic downturn. I mean. I appreciate what meant who's trying to do. The couldn't scarecrow skateboarders as like. He did last week and just like tried to do like that. Joe government's induction thing. I do i do. He didn't put enough part into it. But i appreciate the effort. But like chatterton batman running back and pat will popular in return await for them missing. Tacna.
"richmond hill" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience
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"richmond hill" Discussed on While They Nap
"Is there a resource or a crypto educator or someone that you feel like you know has has has shared some invite on this update could potentially look into like where would one go to kind of like not necessarily be like affirmed. Because i mean. That's that's still not at the end olympia. But i'm wondering where someone go to to see what the potential of of of cryptocurrency is. Yeah and then one resource all public give is amazing but called the bitcoin standard. That really talks about you. Know why bitcoin. What is it on what the future looks like for it. So we recommend that What i'll also say is mission at the beginning. A little bit as well talking about like this is a currency is bigger than just in-investing it. Right i talked about people round the world the joining him access financial institutions. This is giving them financial services right and we we'll have control so it was like this is bigger what we may think of. It are most people. I think about it right now which is investing now changing the game. How we think about money how people are using money right in some the limitations with it as well ends leader neither so many different organizations around the world that are accepting bitcoin. Right for those sports sports teams that are not about to start a paying players in bitcoin Tickets up like that I know even here locally like there was two or three cities richmond hill in richmond hill. An innocent go to places that were actually accepting bitcoin as a former peanut for property taxes. Right yes yes yes. Delays o'hare is just you know it's it's slowly getting to that point but he are already spending says already real thing. It's not going anywhere. It's here to stay awry low progression of that. See see that. Frankie boyer to get that coin. 'cause low exactly on sale right now and i think that that's true. I always say. Because i don't think i have a million things going on like although like i try and get to the streets like i might not involved so i always sometimes feel like you know whenever i learned about it on the gospel if i know that was way too late. 'cause like i have my head in the band But in this instance. Yeah like i definitely feel like yes. It's certainly like you know we more popularized now but still early enough that you can get in major gains and like you know be grateful in four or five years like shit. Thank god thank god..
"richmond hill" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered
"Half of twenty twenty one so we are now in the month of july. So it's an important time to actually look back and see exactly what's been going on And how all the sold stories in your area actually affect you directly. So whether you're in oakville or richmond hill whether ajax or markham whether your in oshawa orangeville doesn't matter where you are. What's what what matters the most is that you are in a position where you have some knowledge of what's going on in your area and you're always sort of again up to date on this stuff. It doesn't make sense to me for anybody with any degree of homo pride of homeownership. So if you worked months and years saving and saving and doing everything you could to get to the point where you own a home and you don't have again a regular update a regular source that gets you up to date on your property value. What's going on in the area. And most importantly what i do here. Which is the sold stories behind all the areas of toronto. Gte which again totals. There's a total of four hundred plus coastal codes. And i say postal codes because it is the way to think of it not in terms of just the areas. Of course i can. I'm going to give you some general stats What i call sort of the you know the the the top six give you those right now but every single area within those areas makes up a very unique real estate markets so within each postal code. You have a very different situation and market happening. In some cases you've got a thirty percent plus In terms of average prices and in some cases you've got to go in the other direction over the years. So i really wanna make sure that you guys are in the position where you know exactly what's going on so i'm gonna go through the top six so far for this year And the exact numbers are coming out in a couple of days. I don't want to wait. And i don't think you should either. Approximate numbers are fine for the purposes. Of what this is so what we're looking at is approximately sixty thousand. Plus sold stories of happen So far so as in may as of may there was fifty nine thousand. So it's gonna probably be well over that So basically just to give you an idea. about sixty thousand plus sold stories throughout the entire area of the areas. That i'm going to be telling you about today. So the largest amount of sales and the and the and the and this is the toronto regional real estate board. Totals the average price throughout all of these Ends up being one point. Zero seven million As the average price but as far as the number specifically here's what they break down to so for the city of toronto It worked out to just over twenty thousand. So it's going to probably be more than that for the july for the The july market Market watch. That comes out soon So you're looking at at again at the know as of as of the as of the the may Numbers twenty thousand transactions told stories and the average price being one point zero five million. The next on the list was peel region with eleven. Thousand nine hundred. So you're probably looking at twelve thousand. Thirteen fourteen thousand sold stories there with an average price at this time About one point zero three million. So that's number. Two number three on the list is york region with ten thousand plus sold stories again. This is year to date so far for twenty twenty one with the average price. They're being get this one point two million so the toronto city of toronto number one point zero five york region. All of you guys is there and again within york region. you've got aurora. East william berry. Georgina king markham newmarket richmond hill. Vaughn whitchurch deauville bill. And hello to all of you there because again. I've got a really great sold stories. I've i've i've helped people in all of those areas actually got family and some of them too so the numbers again in your region are are much better than a lot of other areas. And that's one thing that you guys need to realize that those of you who live there next in terms of number of sold stories was durham region with little over. Seventy five hundred so probably closer to eight thousand. I'm sure by mid year with an average soul price there of about nine hundred thousand The next on the less is halton. So all my burlington. Halton hills milton and oakville people You guys did again really great over six thousand sold story. So far this year Some amazing ones that. I've i've i've really enjoyed again. Helping people make the move to and from this area and it's something that can because it is close to toronto very likely and and this is the same for york region saint for durham. A lot of your buyers are going to be toronto. Owners who are selling properties here and buying properties there. So it's it's really important that you have the right person helping you do that. And that of course is me so halton. Region numbers are against over six thousand sold stories and average price there Average soul price about one point two in the last one of the top six is the simcoe county numbers and simcoe county. You don't hear a lot Talked about in the In in the usual updates. But again i like to break this down because they and this is all part of again. The toronto gt market. So this is. The bradford west goal of very area Esa in this and new comes new to come so this is really one of those areas where again it sort of Very very north of the city. But that's also been one of the reasons people love going up that way So against probably you know two thousand in the in the main number so you're probably looking at the You know let's say if it's That's of course you know for for year to date saw probably looking in that. Maybe you know of twenty five hundred. Maybe three thousand. We'll we'll we'll get you the right numbers if you're looking for them. I promise you you'll get them from me An average soul price being about nine hundred and ten thousand so those are the top six of the top six. Wrap up which. I try to do as often as i can. And of course individually within those areas. There's a lot of stuff to be unpacked and this is why when we meet and when you of course listened to the this podcast and you You know you click on the the come list me button or you want to get more information about your property and how it is pow. It's faring in the market. Then of course Again make sure. And let me know. And i'll be glad to make sure you get that accurate report in all the things that you need to know. Thanks again for tuning has always had yourselves a wonderful wonderful..
"richmond hill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Were a rocking good time where you know there are the sounds of the subcontinent. The sounds of electronic dance music and it all gets moving together and it doesn't matter who you are. It's hard to resist. By now, you send the base of my somebody gave way. The way you to describe this. I hope I get an invitation to one of these parties, The bhangra parties. He's someone I ask you this talk to us now about your plans moving forward. Now that we can be out in public. What are you hoping to get going in the near future music was Yeah, I definitely want to be a part of live music again. I mean, funny from Red Baroque has put on a great series every year, Um, with wide race television artists I performed there, Madam Gandhi's performed there. And DJ Rekha did the same. A couple years back, Uh, with summer Stage II myself have been a fan of throwing these kinds of shows Where what I'm interested in Is, you know, not just the kind of jazz or in Iraq or rap scenes that South Asians, maybe a part of, but what's going on, Also, and with Punjabi music, you know, there's some great younger artists coming out of Richmond Hill. A lot of them moved here when they were 10 or 14. And you know, English isn't their first language. But they are doing great things mixing language, and so I just want to connect these dots and continue to whether they're on a local level or a global one..
"richmond hill" Discussed on KTRH
"Story. India The Tiger's got a new home. The Black Beauty Ranch and Animal Sanctuary and Marcus AnAnd, North Texas, came down this morning and picked up India The Tiger, the senior director, saying. Wild animals can never become pets these animals while they are beautiful and majestic, they're wild. You cannot tame a tiger. Just by raising them from a baby. It takes thousands of years to domesticate the species. You're not going to domesticate a tiger. The owner was Aguila Cuevas, the wife of Victor Cuevas, who was the guy that was seen with Tiger and West Houston last Sunday. Now incarcerated in the Fort Bend County jail on a 2017 murder charge, she notified authorities yesterday. Meanwhile, India is on the road off to meet new friends. We have several other tigers We rescued Loki from Houston two years ago. That was found in the home in Houston. And then we just recently rescued. Elsa, who was from San Antonio Bear County Sheriff's Department helped us with that black beauty ranch is run by the Humane Society. 3 45 this morning somebody hit by a car at Richmond Hill Croft. Police now looking for that driver. Katie R. H. A news time is 12 03. No major incidents reported it to go topless weekend on Bolivar Peninsula. 150 arrests as of this morning nine for driving while intoxicated, most for public intoxication, and that number 150 arrests up from last year's 127 arrests. But last year, two people were shot Governor Abbott making an appearance of City Hall in Sugarland yesterday supporting the Asian American community Love this country. But we hate bigotry. I was called the Together We are United Rally. Houston area Congressman Dan Crenshaw on meet the press this morning, says the issues regarding Liz Cheney year old news. It's time to move on. There is disagreement, and it's time to move on. We can. We can keep having that fight if we'd like. But what is the point? What is the outcome? When in reality, we need to be talking about the things that American people actually care about. I got to tell you, this is not the subject that I'm asked about. And on Fox News Sunday, Liz Cheney not backing down those millions of Well, that you mentioned who supported the president had been misled. They've been betrayed. And certainly, as we see his continued action to attack our democracy is continued refusal to accept the results of the last election. You see that ongoing danger and by the way, Crenshaw says. What he is asked about by people in his district are the people that are streaming over the border. Astros air hosting the Rangers at Minute Maid this weekend, the pregame just getting underway and that's on Sports talk seven 91st pitch is coming up at 1 10 rockets playing the Hawks the final game of the regular season. Tonight. We're gonna pick up the action at seven on Ktrh news on demand at ktrh dot com. We're gonna have another update at 12 30. I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. News.
"richmond hill" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Jim dolan was at that game and they lost that game to the flyers and you know and a flyers basically probably feel the same way about their team. Is the rangers feel about their team right now too because neither one of them are going to make the playoffs. I and i'm telling you the next two games against the hours in between that where i believe the savers but the next two games against the islanders where they did not score a goal and they were not in front of the net and guys like banaras. Don't even have a shot on net. I'm sorry things more like the firing of the coach isn't it you would think so but it's also you know you have to take a look at the way the team is built and i know there will be people out there. That will say they would not build the team the way that they're trying to build it right now. It's a lot of skill. I there's really very little grit whatsoever. And you know when you lose guys like lindgren. Who i do believe has grit. And i do believe that drew. Thanks allie and. I do believe that trueba has written. There's a number guys on there that can stand up for themselves. But they don't they don't have that bottom line that identity line that physical line group is as you saw again last night the fourth line and the capitals all over the rangers you know and having them in their offense their defensive zone so i looked man. I i don't like any more than the other ranger fan does i. I don't like the way this season. Finishing and i certainly don't like the way that the the capital's the islanders are basically just run rough shot right over them. True seeing richmond hill. Good morning tracy. How good morning now. The reason First of all boom has everything on the head. Everything we wanted to say daniel and we've gone to every game since nineteen sixty six and we were there when they were no helmets and can't understand how they did it but Right now i feel that rages. Instead of skating up and down the ice for practice. They should go to boxing last. You're probably right truce. Yeah thanks for the call here and there was a joke that went around. I went to a hockey game and a fight broke down. Yeah that's what happened last night. And i think the rangers are trying to make a point and trying to embarrass the nhl because the nhl does what this gary bettman supposedly is. Want this crap. Yeah i was. I went to a boxing match and a hockey game broke up. Thought around whatever. But because everybody's easy go to ocoee game. And if i mean that happens on the house gary bettman know not not embarrassed by what happened last. Because he's been so embarrassed as entire ten years the nhl commissioners probably done being these barrett..
"richmond hill" Discussed on Your Why: A Chapelwood Podcast
"Get your significant other some coffee. I'm sure they love it. It's also supporting farmers over in kenya. Such a great for the cost as well. So moving on We've kind of talked now. Tapachula mission on the move which already in there now the all kind of hit on it a little bit but now we kind of want to focus in on y'all as missionaries encountered talk about. You know what y'all's journey has been and so cajal kinda give us that journey of what it was like to be called into being missionaries and then specifically to be called to mission on the move and tapachula and what that journeys look like. yeah So we were sleeping one night and the angel gabriel showed up in our room Huge wings. Bright lights. And said i said day he said you will be a missionary now. Okay that's the way it plays out of my head but actually Our teacher wanna be pastored. Jen was a nurse We were helping out with our local church richmond hill georgia and we had a number of Mission trips short turn trips. Like i'm sure you're gonna have And after a while we found ourselves with a team that went to the mission on the move honduras and it was the craziest thing you know. We're we're they're just having a good time with our team. You know our church team and I will earn allison and miss donna and I'm wednesday. i can remember this. And it's kind of like the gabriel story. But you know we were thinking. Jesus and We're saying there's no hotel the hotel honda watch. Take down there and The shower system. You only have one shower per day of hot water and wednesday. It was my turn to take a shower. And so i don and i come out on the back patio. And there's jennifer win this weird looking her up. And i'm like okay. She either stroked out or She's got something really say and Sh- you all right and remember what you said. I think to do this full-time. I'm looking over lake. Yeah that'd be great. You know by of these amex here and you know. I'm during this and take it up there and i know moved to let it or something or like. Oh beat jobe here in florida something and yeah sure but nashi she meant something different and just been in. That sounds really stupid. Probably for you listening like okay. So i gotta shower. You guys have been thinking together for jesus in honduras like we don't understand how that call story It's not pretty But it's crazy and that's just how that's just how it is And not a perfect little package. But when god calls you rate of response so we were we were stinky and be where raw and we were open to whatever he had in store for us so we briefly talked about it and then we got to bury what we consider Very clear signs both from our leader of that team. You had mentioned a few hours later out of the blue you said i. We can't do anything like that..
New York Police Searching For Robbery Suspect
"Searching for robbery suspect who held a 64 year old woman at knifepoint and an attempted Robbery Theater Act captured on surveillance video. The woman was walking on 120th Street near 103rd Avenue in South Richmond Hill on Saturday morning. The suspect got away empty handed. The woman was not injured and refused medical attention. Police are still searching for the suspect. Struggling
Man Accused of Murdering Woman, 92, Should Have Been Deported, ICE Says
"New York city's denying a request from immigration and customs enforcement to turn over a queens man accused of murder W. N. Y. C.'s Beth Fertig reports Riaz Khan was arrested last week and charged with murdering and sexually assaulting a ninety two year old woman in south Richmond hill he's being held without bail ISIS con is a Guyanese national whose unlawfully in the country it wanted to take him into its own custody but city law prevents that unless an immigrant has been convicted of a crime not simply charged icicles this policy dangerously flawed it also wanted con detained last fall after he was charged with assault a spokeswoman for mayor de Blasio said the trump administration is politicizing the tragedy and for the city will cooperate in accordance with that slot if con is
FBI reviewing digital evidence in Pensacola attack
"News WSB stop national story the new evidence of a shooting rampage at a Pensacola naval base for learning more about the suspect that his victims were the one who was from Georgia WSPA bill contact your sporting life of in depth coverage of the shooting now considered an act of terrorism yes got the FBI and covers digital evidence including base security surveillance and cell phone videos taken by a bystander from outside the building where the shooting happened shooters identified as a twenty one year old Saudi nationals are as we do and most active shooter investigations work with the presumption that this was an act of terrorism the F. B. I.'s ritual Roha says they're trying to determine if the suspect act alone was part of a larger group ABC news investigative reporter Josh Margolin says the gunman apparently watched mash shooting videos with his friends days before the attack the that's the Gators from the accounts of the witnesses believe that he was trying to get himself sort of pumped up or psyched up going into the attack that he was planning what's on known is if any of these friends of his were aware of his plot one of the three shooting victims is identified as twenty one year old Kaman Walters of Richmond hill Georgia Walter's father says his son arrived at Naval Air Station Pensacola just a couple of weeks ago after graduating from boot camp reporting live bill K. at G. O. ninety five point five
Van strikes pedestrians in Toronto, killing 10 and injuring 15 -- live updates
"Toronto van attack this is the four thirty report i'm troy adams breaking now people were injured in farming and a few years back another individual was run over as well so all four people were victims and passed away toronto police say that at least ten people have died following a van attack on a busy street more in an update from abc news ten fifteen injured after a van barrel down pedestrians on the busiest street in toronto the van was going quite fast witnesses here have said and anyone in its path was mowed down why toronto police chief mark saunders still doesn't know there's nothing that we have on on on him right now though not previously known to police the van driver twenty five year old alex minassian of ontario appears to have deliberately toppled people one after the other canadian authorities said there's no apparent connection to terrorism it was all of twenty six minutes from the time it started to the time the driver was take taken into custody aaron katersky abc news toronto menasian will appear in court in the morning west mac leaves in his richmond hill neighbourhood of toronto this is our first great tragedy of this kind in the toronto area and try will never be the same again the white house issued a statement of sympathy and support candidates prime minister justin trudeau will discuss the attack in the morning sharon reed abc news now the latest traffic and weather together the on southbound seventy one the left lane is closed due to a roadwork between william howard taft road and the lytle tunnel other than that we're not seeing any major lazer accidents on tri state highways at this hour just a few wet roads out there if you see any issues give us a call for two one six three nine seven now forecast from the exergen temporal scanner weather center and iheartradio station tonight.