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"saint marie" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"WAB This is all things considered from NPR news I'm Emily Feng And I'm Mary Louise Kelly A few weeks ago Eric saint Marie was taking an early morning walk on the Canadian side of the Detroit river when he saw something that no one has seen for more than a hundred years so he grabbed his phone shot a video A straight up river otter in the Detroit river Have you ever heard of something so controversial You couldn't believe his eyes At first he thought the large round furry animal was probably a mink or a muskrat or maybe even a beaver But when it dove I saw that its tail wasn't flattened like a beaver's would be And so that really only left otters as what it could be which I didn't even think was an option in the Detroit river as an animal to see So I got really excited That is because the river was notorious for its pollution Factories on both sides of the border had dumped oil in there before there were laws against doing that It was a toxic mess There was so much oil floating on the river and the waterfowl would come through on their migration They would land in the few pockets of open water during winter And that was filled with oil and they 11,000 ducks and geese would die in a single day because of that That's John hartig He's a scientist who has studied this ecosystem his entire career He didn't think it was clean enough for river otter And during the 40s 50s 60s and 70s because of all that oil and petroleum products river otter could not even have survived in that because the oil would map their fur and they couldn't thermal regulate and they couldn't keep warm and they would die But in recent years John hartig says the river has come a long way You can see bald eagles peregrine falcons Lake sturgeon and now river otters a mammal that can only survive when water is clean In this journey of revival of the river it's so important that we have something like the river otter return because this gives hope If they Detroit river is now cleaner for river otter it is indeed cleaner for you and me and others who visit here or live here because we share the same ecosystem This morning our colleagues at morning edition got to make the big announcement The winner of the 2022 tiny desk contest is One moment when they'll meet my friend I'll grab it that is a Lisa amador and her song accidental But I just think it's so good And I want to note this was the 5th time.
"saint marie" Discussed on Unreserved
"While the Juno's are giving more space to indigenous music, there was a time when the Canadian award show had little place for it at all. The first awards ceremony was back in 1970, and more than two decades would pass before the Aboriginal music category was created. Until then, indigenous artists were lumped in with world music. It was a hard fought battle. And it was led, by an indigenous woman. Elaine Barry, anishinabe and cayuga music producer from 6 nations, was on the jury that judged that world music category. And she took exception to indigenous artists being listed as an afterthought. It was odd because the scope of the criteria was so, so huge. At the time it reggae and you name it and all kinds of world, and then it was like a last minute thought to include native Canadian Elaine recalls sitting in a committee meeting with Keras, the group that puts on the Juno's, feeling dissatisfied with that tiny space for indigenous music. I went to my first meeting and sat beside daisy Paul, who was then the president of Keras, the Canadian academy recording arts and sciences, and she could sense by frustration because I was saying, you know, kind of mumbling our music doesn't fit here. It doesn't fit there. And she read over and said, well, why don't you start a category? And I just kind of laughed, and I just went, what? Started category. And at this time I was doing I was a volunteer producer host of my own radio show at 6 nations on cCARE as he and so I knew what kind of music was happening because I was getting music sent to me to write across Canada. And I just got a hold of everyone and just said, look, we could possibly have our own category at the Juno's let me know what you recorded in the last year. And what you have in the coming year. Dozens of submissions from indigenous artists all across turtle island started pouring in. My little fax machine on the res was just pumping out letters. Like even in the middle of the night, it comes through these letters. Elaine, and Curtis Johnny, the late ojibwe folk singer known as shingu. Rounded up all the names and albums to prove they had a critical mass. The duo was ready to present to Keras when Elaine received a surprise phone call. It was from turtle island's most famous indigenous singer songwriter and Oscar winner. I got a call out of the blue and it was Buffy saint Marie. And I thought one of my Friends was pulling my leg and she goes, hello, this is puppy saint Marie, and I hear you're working on this submission to try and create at the time we're using the word Aboriginal. Category, and I said, yes, you just, can I be of any help? And I was just like floored. So Curtis and I shin Gus and I, we went down to meet her at her hotel for dinner two days before our presentation. She goes, we need to talk about strategy. And I just kind of chuckled and I said, Buffy, you're our strategy. I since you're the first one to walk in that board. And will left behind you. To me, she was.
"saint marie" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"What's the game they play? Video games. Xbox, the ones the big one that they play. Fortnite and all that kind of stuff. And some of the going to the city, they buy a TV. And they just leave it there. Oh yeah. Like, what the hell is that? That's fuck you money, Marshall. Jesus, Murphy. I thought $85,000 signing. So we had entertain ourselves and, you know, the team after every practice, the team went for lunch. Sometimes it's turned into dinner. But we just had so much fun. There was a famous restaurant slash bar that you guys would always attend and during, I don't know if it was during your tenure at one point and end up burning down you guys ended up wearing these armbands. Reject these right across the bridge and rexi's. It was the famous, you know, a lot of the guys lived in Jersey, so they wanted after the game they wanted to get out. And I always tell people, if you want to find hockey player, especially in old one, first bar on the left, you leave and just check the first bar there's going to be players in there. And so rexes was a fabulous place and the guys hung out there. It was mobbed on the Stanley Cup. They had to close the bridge down because people were just migrating a crot walking across the bridge to go to waxes in there's pictures, there's thousands and thousands of people around waxes. And it's still there. New owner is still there. I stopped by I have a few beers and they got great pizza, great wings, and I actually, so we started going there. I proposed my wife at Rex, it's such a romantic. I can't do one of those wings, honey, and here's your ring. Yeah, a couple three pitchers. That's the only reason I'm doing it here. You got to promote going on. Anyhow, yeah, Rex is a good spot and then in LA, you guys are too young, you never went to the melody lounge. No. No, and it was right by the old LA form. Once again, it's because of curfew. You always went to the closest bar so you could get home, you could have one last thing you can get home quick. Melody lounge. What was curfew then? That was enforced? Yeah. On the road? Yeah, it was enforced often. Check the rooms. Yeah. I remember in junior, go back to Bill long. Me and my buddy dean Hopkins, we played junior, he was drafted by LA. And those things everyone always to ask about your buddies from NHL, but I'm still very close a lot of my junior Friends because you experienced so much in junior hockey and growing up together. Yeah, yeah. And so dean Hopkins, we've stayed in touch. He lives in on the east coast now, but so we're in sault saint Marie. And we decided to curfew must have been 11 o'clock or whatever. So we were late for curfew. And so we had it all figured out we were sneaking into the water tower in. That's where we were staying where sneaking in. We thought we had it. And we come up with the back stairway onto onto our floor. And here's Bill long in his pajamas. Oh no. Sitting on and she's got a chair outside our door. And he's even got one of them, you know, in the old movies. Yeah, but he's a Scrooge. And he was sleeping on the thing. So we couldn't even tiptoe Biden because he was right in our door. Sleeping. Oh, sorry. Sleeping. He's raining her door sleeping for heaven's sake, so anyhow there's a good curfew in there. So I was going to bring up junior flyers days. You guys ended up losing to the oilers twice twice in the finals. One of them was one of the best finals ever. Yeah, it went 7 games. Let's dive into the series in particular, but I heard that you can't even watch any championship celebration now because of like that, probably that horrible feeling you had at the bottom of your stomach of losing two times in the finals. Yeah, I get pissed off, watching. You know, when you play professional sport or any sport, the object is to win. And, you know, my hand was this close to the cup twice and we lost. And so I just get agitated and so I just turned it off. I still watched the playoffs that keep track of it. But when it comes to the I just turn it off. Especially in 87, we went 7 games and, you know, we were behind three one and game 5 here in the spectrum. They still say it was the loudest ever been in any Philadelphia sports or near JJ Daniel scored. And the place, you know, they have all them dials that The Rock climbers. Yeah, they turn it down, turn it down to is louder than any rock concert ever was in the old spectrum there. And then we win game 6 and I'm sorry, that was game 6. One game 5 and Edmonton that was game 6 here and then game 7, you know, we had a lead actually in the game and back in Edmonton and I was back in Edmonton and it just it just didn't happen. And I'll tell you what to another, so we lose. And the parade was planned. And so we're flying back on the plane. They ran out of beer. It's the first time I ever drank red wine. They ran out of beer. So I had to have something to drink. And so my wife picks us up at the airport. What the heck are you doing? So all the guys are teeth, their lips are red. From drinking red wine because they had ran out of beer and I'm saying like, what the hell were you thinking if we win? We're going to drink. If we lose, we're going to drink. So how could you not have enough beer? So anyhow we went into the red wine. But one of the most if you can say you had fun after losing a Stanley Cup. So there's a lot of bars around here open 24 hours. And one of them was on my way home every green lounge. So I said to the guys, let's stop for a couple more drinks than the ever to the evergreen lounge. And so my wife dropped me off there. And a bunch of the guys are there. Clark came, Homer came Keenan came and so we walk into this tavern 6 in the morning and 5 in the morning 6 in the morning and all the local robberies are in there in walk the flyers. So anyhow, my wife's family, huge musical family. She's got a huge family. So I call up her brothers. So you get down here with your instruments. And so by 8 o'clock in the morning at the evergreen tavern, a live band playing, the flyers are in there. Keenan's in there. We're all laughing jokes. Yeah. Kitchen wasn't open yet, so we ordered as soon as the pizza place or we ordered pizza in. Oh, we had a great time. It's a great time laughing and joking. And of course, in the back of her mind, we are drowning our sorrows because we just lost. You lose these oilers team. So I think the best team I think are best in no disrespect to the Montreal Canadians. But I think the oilers of the 80s were the best team ever. Oh, my guess I was going to say, before that series are both those series like, what is the game? What are you saying about what do we do against Gretzky messier? Like, how are you guys approaching playing? The greatest to ever do it in his prime, too. Yeah. It was, you know, they changed the way the game of hockey was. And, you know, just Glen say they're power play. Okay, Gretzky messier, curry. Coffee. Somebody else just jump out and be the other defenseman. You know, it's unbelievable and the talent that they had..
"saint marie" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"I was fortunate. I was drafted by the Atlanta flames and you know they were in need of defenseman at the time. So I went right from junior and it was a 20 year old draft back then. Really? So you're a young man when you got drafted at 20 and sometimes I know there are 18 and legally they got to be drafted. But if you look at the draft years when it was a 20 year old draft, the vast majority of first round picks played. There was no. Development to watch them and they ended up coming into the players that they thought they were. Yeah. And you know, now your drafts and the kid at 18 and you know, you look through the draft rosters and there's more players to do not make it than make it so. Quickly going back to OHA, how many teams were in the league back then? Were you seeing a lot of the same guys usually? Yeah, I can't remember. I'd have to really think about it. But, you know, our longest road trip was up to sudbury and sault saint Marie, which was a great Sue saint Marie. You go to sudbury and they have a wolf sudbury wolves. They still had it when I was playing. Oh, really? And then wolf would go across the top. Yeah. What do you mean? They're like a taxidermied wolf. And it was in one of the corners and there was a zipline that would go to the middle of the ring. Yeah. And when they would score, they'd have the wolf noise and this thing would be like, what's the rusty track line all the way out? I get it for the coyotes. Yeah. Yeah. But and then in saint Marie, because I play that old building too. Yeah. But they've gotten a new one now. But it almost looked like it slanted in. I don't know if that was a construction error. Sinking, I think. Yeah. But I was our longest road trip and we had a lot of fun on the road trips. They're back in junior and we had a good team. We had a really good team in London. You talked about your coach was Brian kill ray by chance to he was coaching an Ottawa yeah. Another legendary coach. He was there that long. He was a young buck then, I guess when he was coaching at that time. Yeah. He's a good guy, too. He still alive, luckily, and thankfully, but he's a good guy, lot of players love playing football. What was it like being coached by a 95 year old? Well, I was ingest. I don't know how, but it's only 91. Yeah, so I started playing junior at 14. And you come in and then it's like your great grandpa's coach and the team for heaven's sakes. But Bill long put a lot of players in the NHL, a lot of people. It was funny. I remember so I played junior see in London, Howard owned the squires, London squires, same crest. They were the junior B team, then the London knights was a junior 18 saint crass, and then the London kings, which was the senior team. Back in the day, senior hockey would pack the building just as much as junior hockey was. It was unbelievably good. What are all those guys just not like what a senior hockey player? I think it was finished playing pro and they just came back home. It was still very competitive and they had they still have senior league, like I don't think they used to get paid pretty decent. Yeah, well back in the day when it was a 6 team league, the senior hockey loop was very strong because a lot of players opted not to play in the NHL because they would play for a senior team in London, and they'd have an unbelievable job in London and then also play for the longest time. Yeah, double dipping. And my junior bee coach Ted power was his name and he was a tough person of a gun, but I remember reading about him that he was deemed at the time the best player outside of the NHL, but he chose not to play in the NHL because he got a job with London hydro and you know, over the years he ended up being the president of London hydro and it worked out good for him. It just goes to show where salaries are out in the NHL at that time. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. So, I mean, you ended up getting drafted, he mentioned by Atlanta, what was your signing bonus? What was that whole thing? $55,000 for my first year as a first round pick 11th overall 55,000. And hey, I thought I was on cloud 9 and you've heard that before. But that's what the salaries were back then and went 55 75 85. My first three years. And but, you know, going from a hockey hotbed of London, Canada and going to Atlanta when Friday night football out drew us and so on and so it was quite an eye opener. That's what I was going to ask. I mean, hockey couldn't stick to this century. So what was it like 40 years ago? I mean, it must have been foreign to those people. Well, the misconception, we had good fans. Was there enough of them? I'm not sure, but we never won in Atlanta. We had good teams. And especially for an expansion team, but we finished 5th 6th overall in the league in 78, my first year, and but they never won a playoff round. And it doesn't matter what sport you're playing. If you don't win, you're not going to win over that fringe crowd. And so Nelson's Albania walked into the owner's office 1980. We lost to the rangers. Is that I want to buy your team and it's not for sale? Well, yes, it is. And so he bought it. Yeah, he bought it for $16 million back then. Back then and we moved to Calgary. So you must have been kind of fired up at that point though, right? Yeah. I was Canada get some fans. Yeah, it was pretty cool. We were the toast of the town as you could imagine. The Calgary stampede, we were there, honorary. I go up there to the stampede that give me a horse. I'm right around cow. Like Johnny kudrow and the Gucci Gucci loafers. Yeah. And I had cowboy boots on though. Good for you. Johnny wore Gucci high top. Oh, I thought he had the Kanye West shoes on. Oh, diddy. Maybe that was the second year he wrote. Year one he had the matching Gucci belt with the Gucci shoes. But we were opened with welcome with open arms and Calgary and we had a really good year that year our record was 25 wins 5 losses and 5 ties. The 70 game season at that time. And it was unbelievable like that record. Did you ever play in the old corral? No, but I want to say that we ended up having a practice day where we had to go practice there because saddle dome was taken. Yeah, and it was like, it looked like it was built for like a horse race. The boards were like this big. Yeah, if you got hit hard, you're like, your head was banging off the corner of the board. A little Bobby, the line on her team, one of the smallest players ever played he was like 5 foot two or whatever. At that time too. And he just kind of came up to the top of the boards. And there was a three tiered bench. I don't know if you looked at the bench when you were practicing there. It's a three tiered bench. And so you got on the bench. And you know, nowadays, even you get the shuffle going on the bench. If you're in the squeeze, right? Yeah, if you're on the wrong, if you get on the other side of the door, the coach never seems to find you again. And you must know what that's about. We're getting comfortable here already, you're fucking throwing jabs in here. I love this shit. But any of you got on the third tier in the bench in the corral there. You never got on the ice. And if he did call your name, you couldn't get on, because you had your step step, but then you had to hop over these high boards, but anyhow, we had a big time. As long as you had an usher if you're bringing out any hot dog and some popcorn, maybe a cold brew, you'd be good. The best seat in the House. Yeah. I was gonna ask you, so when you sign, normally, players nowadays, they always treat themselves. It's usually a vehicle buying yourself a nice vehicle when you see that horse. I was not that 19. We decided Atlanta you clown. Yeah. Well, I bought my parents a cruise..
"saint marie" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Earlier and never really managed any national breakout hits but it was interesting because later there was one of those compilation albums of Babs Tino meets barber Chandler And I like barber Chandler I liked her version of it hurts to be 16 better than the hit but in any event the quality on it was so bad at one great but she had you know over half a dozen short records not only on Catholic as their first one was on cameo Mahani bun in 1957 All right so we will get to Stephanie two but right now we're totally in Marcus hook and Leah asked about the Dixie highway All right I know about this actually Okay I asked because when I lived in Beloit my father told me that the Dixie highway that was employee went all the way to Florida Is that true Well yes but you have to understand what the Dixie highway is Now this goes back to cars first starting out and in the turn of the last century they had something called a national auto trail and it would be like a road like the Lincoln highway was part of that That'd be like New York to San Francisco or Montreal to Miami things like that Well in any event here comes the Dixie highway It's not a highway in the sense of U.S. one or something like that is It is a network of connected paved roads because it returned 1915 when it started And at that point there is very little paved road So much like the Lincoln highway it was Carl Fisher You got to know about Carl Fisher He was a big time businessman a big time Florida investor He wanted nothing more than traffic to come to Florida So he did a lot of underwriting of this and initially the federal government was not really involved and he was also involved with the Lincoln highway So he was a pretty big guy Little by little the U.S. government started to put some money on it and then ultimately they came up with the U.S. route system And some were state roads and some were federal roads but Dixie highway was a part of many of them Now there were two roots The western routes was Chicago to Miami by a danville and Bedford Indiana and Louisville in E town and Bowling Green and Nashville Chattanooga You know through Atlanta making and all that Well then the eastern part took a slightly different route It actually started at sault saint Marie Michigan and it ran through sagging on and Detroit and Toledo and Cincinnati and all that And so you can look at it today and see where current roads like root two or mackinac trail or whatever are what Dixie highway was In some cities and areas they would name the root Dixie highway And in a few places that's remained like for instance in Louisville through lively shyly Dixie highway or in Miami Dixie highway and there's several of them but it's not one road and you can see the map of where where they go And you can you know you can see exactly how the roots are and the reason they're kind of you'll look at them and they're convoluted And that's because it's not one road But I went all the way down to Miami and the idea was to connect the Midwest to Miami Oh that's cool Yeah yeah When there wasn't that much paved travel this was this was a wonderful idea And like I said Carl Fisher who owned so much a South Florida and from Palm Beach Chun down he got together with a bunch of people I think it was in Chattanooga around 1914 and said we got to do this We're going to lay out a route from Chicago to Miami Of course at that point some of it wasn't paved at all It would have to be paved some of it was so that's why Chicago to danville then to Indianapolis then it split and all that And 31 W and in Kentucky is still the original Dixie highway and there are other places you can see that as well A lot of it became U.S. 25 which was a federal highway and that would be like through the Carolinas and I 75 took a lot of it you know the Susan Marie to Miami wrote a lot of that as I 75 now So if you walk around the door and you see this nothing little intersection with the Dixie hour you think oh that's weird Okay Exactly And it's a red and white big D H is the way the highways used to be named but they'd have the DA DH for Dixie highway but then they would also have whatever name of the highway was at the time because like I say it was just an amalgamation of established roots Oh that is so cool Now what about route 66 Does that not exist anymore No it doesn't for the most part Parts of historic 66 still do mostly that I 40 and I 55 You can find a little bit where you can get off and still see the route but like for instance if you're looking at 66 in Arizona and let's say you're in Winslow well there'll be a sign historic route 66 and you'll it's basically just like a little loop back to I 40 and you'll see the same thing in flag staff or Williams you know so barstow in California all the places where it went So there's little pieces of it but there's nothing and hopefully a trucker will correct me if I'm wrong but there's nothing of it that would be considered a usable route You know it would be more like it goes through downtown of these small little bergs Like they don't have the roadside attractions anymore Well not by the roadside Now there's always roadside attractions God knows the thing is still there although done But you know what usually what happens to when you see historic route 65 is there's going to be some motels and a diner.
"saint marie" Discussed on WJR 760
"Always enjoy doing when I come up to sue Saint Marie, and you know now that things are opening up a little bit more. You can come up to the Sioux enjoy the many beautiful amenities that really cool restaurants and such. You know how much I love antlers? Yes. And I love the antlers to Yeah, it's a It's a cool restaurant. A lot of, you know, literally, you know, mounts on the walls and such and quirky place T O come and enjoy. But a lot of cool restaurants in the area. We need to do all we can to support our restaurants and our retailers locally after what they've been through, you know, we've all been through covert, but they've also been through these big challenges with their businesses. So I really hope that when you come up to the Sioux, or as you travel around Michigan, you do your best to head up to places and support all those those local restaurants and retailers and such. So check it out now the website to check out here on the to know what to expect. When you come up here is Sue Saint Marie dot com That's S AU. Lt s T E. Marie dot com. Check that out. Come on up and get ready to say hi to Linda Know you're gonna be ready to see them all of their gratitude. We welcome your back. Come on up to sue Saint Marie. You know you're gonna enjoy. I don't have to tell you when you cross the bridge from the lower peninsula. There were so many cool things that you can see and enjoy in the upper peninsula. We're going to be checking out the key one on peninsula. We're gonna do that. Next. We're also going to go to the Gilmore Car Museum. And then we'll talk to our friends at the D N A. So stick around with us right here on travel Michigan where your trip begins at Michigan that order When's the last time you looked in.
"saint marie" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Officials for officials. It's a way to stay in the game. They once played the feel of thrill of putting on the uniform stepping out of the playing surface, hustling to make the call and building the relationships which could only be built in sports. If you still have that love for the game, we always need new officials register now with a dot com A message from the Michigan High School Athletic Association promoting the value and values of educational athletics. Our weekly be the referee. Feature takes a look at the fine art of officiating with Brett Rice. Today We're going to talk about one of the biggest rule different areas in high school football from those rules used in college and pro games and that deals with automatic first downs. When watching that college game on Saturday or the pro game on Sunday. All of us know that there are several defensive fouls that give the offense an automatic first down. However, under high school rules, the opposite is true. Most of the time. The only high school fouls that result in an automatic first down for the offense are the roughing fouls, roughing the passer, the kicker, the holder and the long snapper. Paul such a defense of pass interference or any other personal fall. Do not bring an automatic first down under high school rules. Thanks, Brent. You could be a referee. Goto the Mhsc website now to register. The upper Peninsula Boys Cross country finals last weekend were highlighted by the dominance of issuing in Division two in market in division one inch from being placed its five scoring runners in the top six spots. In the division to race, winning the crown for the sixth time in seven years. Marquette grab four of the top seven places in winning the Division one title Dollar Bay won its first ever title in Division three, easily outdistancing the rest of the field. To Saint Marie Junior Jaren Lima was the individual medalist in Division one division to top honors went to Silas Broberg of ish coming for the second straight year and first place in Division three went to Jonah Nordine ofyou and Trout Creek. You can read more about the Upper Peninsula Boys cross country finals on the second half age of the Mhsc, a website. There's lots of them Make Jesse a playoff action coming up on T V and the enough HHS network this weekend over 90 football playoff games will be available on line, but several boys soccer regional finals and next week over 100 matches will be streamed. In district play in girls volleyball. And there's a.
"saint marie" Discussed on WJR 760
"Saint Marie. And as you mentioned Metro airport, they've all been very busy. And you've been very successful in napping these people So look a cz long as we understand, as you've put it. Director Perry that border security is national security. It plays a huge role in protecting all of us protecting America. Yeah, it's you know in, I think a great way to put it. You know, our security of our country, in large part is dependent on the security of our borders. And that's where you know, you know the men and women of the U. S. Customs and border protection, You know, not only here in Michigan, but all over the country. It worked day in and day out tirelessly to make sure You know, dangerous things and dangerous people, you know, don't come into the country and you know, I just you look at the opioid crisis and you know, for example, Fentanyl you Ah, dangerous, dangerous drug. I mean, we see you know what on face value would seem like a small quantity of about £15 of it last year, but that has the potential to To kill three million people because fatal doses like Michael Grant that material, So you know our country in large part, I think you know, depends on You know the men and women of CBP Teo to ensure that you know, our communities are safer there in our our way of life, you know, continue safely. Anything else you need us to know or ways that we can help you do your job is more safely and better. Yeah, I think right now, especially during you know what we see with cold bitch? You know, just people need Teo. You understand that? You know the restrictions for non essential travel, You know, you'll continue to be in effect and that you know, we We need people to abide by those restrictions so that our men and women can focus. On, you know, making sure that you know those dangerous things in dangerous, Theo. You know, people don't come into the country that that's probably one of the biggest thing during your cold and the other thing is, you know, we're just grateful and appreciative. Of everyone's understanding. And, you know. Ah, both CBP and our partners on the Canadian side of the Canada Border Services Agency could continue to work to keep me in both our countries you're safe, especially during this pandemic. Well, we appreciate your work. We appreciate you. Christopher Perry, director of field operations in Detroit, U S customs and Border Protection and all of the hard working men.
"saint marie" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio
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"saint marie" Discussed on WJR 760
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"saint marie" Discussed on X96
"Dope addicts are here that seems a risky proposition does not what I might like you better if we slept together see it seems to be a you know little little idea very much but that might improve my opinion of you going a little too far maybe two just looking for a redeeming quality well if that's the only one you can find I suggest I think that points to the the shallowness of shallowness in the cavalier ness of the of the person presenting the the argument I believe you're right yes No because on this day it's Deborah I all's birthday today who's left the lead singer of Romeo void a native American post punk artist relations what's your name again Deborah I L. Newton and it's it I have her wikipedia up here yeah Tommy might ask yeah tell me about her she's calotes native American formed Romeo void in nineteen seventy nine in San Francisco mmhm her name is her family's adopting easier to spell and pronounce last name it's shortened from hello waffle waffle welcome the old one like that quite a bit yeah but you want to vote on a form yeah can you name another native American female singer one only ones one springs to mind hi somebody that I really like somebody who's been on Sesame Street both Marie Buffy St Marie had not know she was native American native American I don't believe Buffy St Marie is a real name tell me a little bit more alert now yeah and she I in my hippie days Buffy Saint Saint Marie had some songs that I really like one that went something along the lines of god is alive and magic is afoot and that she just saying that over and over and over again here she is when she had a hit with **** right but the song who knows where the time goes I think Buffy St Marie had a hit with that she wrote up where we belong did she yep Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes zero yeah she's the first indigenous person to win an Oscar for for the four lines from that song well yeah I guess that was a big movie song wasn't there was an officer and gentleman now home news she's pretty terrific really still around I think yeah Buffy St Marie there you go kids social musicology Fauria did she did she right who knows where the time goes on you have that in there somewhere anyway hi.
"saint marie" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Is not correct I'm sorry I'm sorry thanks for letting me play Hey thanks for sharing time with us in the morning we really appreciate that he plans thanks okay have a great day bye bye that means we do have some money to the jackpot even stop talking in your money of every time here it is yes very very confusing for drugs when it but okay hours at day twenty five be here nine twenty five I'm sorry to be B. yep everybody all right everything oil for what I live for is what I live for honesty right there yeah we incrementally go up by a hundred dollars intensity gets it wrong then Thursdays ago by a thousand dollars for every wrong guesses wells that's thousand Thursday tomorrow at twelve thousand dollars that's what we could be given away at nine twenty five okay affected your eye a little so her she's everything up on Instagram Hey we're talking a second go and we get some people on hold here and some people kind of nervous about coming on the air and I I totally get that so Texan if you feel that we better three one four three do you have a relationship apology die I think I've said this before with a different topic that was kind of similar one time of the year the only person I can think of off the top of my head that I might relationship apology to is a woman named Christine and it's Saint Marie Chrissy was the young lady I dated in Boston and I was a very young man I didn't know much in those ways you know I was a late bloomer life she would have a year or two older than me and I remember she told me to tell me the phone she goes I love you and I said thank you and then this is gonna sound horrible split this relation policy I don't think I ever colder back after the ghosted.
"saint marie" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Nineteen thirty eight we go to barber in Sault Saint Marie Michigan Hey Barbara eighty one years old and going strong happy new year thank yell great guy out of the sun and the moon in Leo which is you can't keep this down I'm one of them okay what did you want to know barber the next year it's what allows Hauser you're gonna be yeah I would say on the whole it's been a little bit difficult this here for you as Saturn has squared Saturn it is definitely going to improve the only time I would be a little bit cautious would be the month of March because you're Pluto is being opposed by all these Capricorn planets but once you get into the spring of the year in April may June you're gonna have a whole re new Wilson doors are opening up for you it's it's going to be much more positive many follow up question their barb go ahead what the moving your next year too many any movies coming up she's a she's way opted sue St Marie Michigan okay okay let me think our own I would not put my money on that right now because at the end of this year you really need to give yourself a chance to think about that in may be thinking more about that moving into twenty twenty one and this year right bar good like you guys Linda's website by the way is soothsayer dot com that too was linked up it coast to coast AM dot com then word of people get your books Linda thank god it might say she said that to the se R. S. O. O. T. H. E. S. A. Y. E. R. go into my website and click on the pictures to the box and you'll get right to Amazon you could buy the books from there are you excited about twenty twenty Linda I am I am excited about twenty twenty I just think it's gonna be a year of revelation we we made it's going to be at times beginning at the twenty twenties while we're going to I think they have problems we need to say and and there and come up with solutions things that I have seen so many of us because of the powerful people in control because of the environment is crashing and burning everything so many people have kind of given up on that you manage the and if given up on the teachers are well paid my bills and have my is it better stay away it should forget about all the rest they're going it seems to work as a change on that score I think it once we get past these projections if there's good especially the young people I eat these millennials and young people just coming out with solutions and issues are grand children come to see us and they are into the consciousness movement that my husband and I were in back in the nineteen seventies beer troll and psychic development these youngsters are coming to us and say we want to know about that we want to open these doors we want to be more than what we have been dealt we want to save this world we want to do the things that are necessary that we are having all night conversations with our wonderful grand kids and their boyfriends and girlfriends and everything else well not gonna tell you you keep your attitude because I think it's fantastic Linda Sherman and again our website late topic.
50 years of "Sesame Street" diversity
"By November nineteen sixty nine tens of thousands of men have been killed in Vietnam Martin Luther king junior was assassinated a year and a half earlier Sonya month Sahnoun who played Maria on Sesame Street for forty four years says it was a tumultuous time but also an idealistic time there was a moon landing there was free love there was what star but the well I think what really inspired the shot was the civil rights movement the creators of Sesame Street wanted the show to be more relevant to families then say captain kangaroo AS one producer put it they wanted it to be funky and down to earth he get out of the top in that very first episode Ernie takes a bath and bird gets annoyed and why do you call your bathtub Rosie because every time I think about leave a ring around Rosie Kermit the frog tried to explain the letter W. I need a W. to make such words as large and will move well cookie monster jumps away at it turning it into an end anyway the end is not a bad letter revolutionary for the time at sesame street's human cast with integrated the children who appeared on the show were different races adults bobbin Mister Hooper were white Gordon and civil war African Americans I just press alley around you know the neighborhood all you just smoked Sesame Street co founder Joan Ganz Cooney told NPR in two thousand eight the city street setting was deliberate we decided not to have it in some magic house and you know the way most children's programs are set in a in a fantasy setting of some kind or in the suburbs as Mister Rogers neighborhood was and we were trying to reach all children the bulls eye of the target as we used to say what were inner city youngsters an integrated cast Muppets real life brought to you by the letters a dizzy there was nothing else like it on television Sesame Street also address difficult or delicate topics other children's programming wouldn't touch at the time in nineteen seventy seven for example the singer Buffy Saint Marie help to normalize breast feeding my nursing her baby in front of Big Bird that's a funny way to feed a baby Alonso Mondays feed their babies this way not all mothers but not some others do when will leave the actor who played Mister Hooper died suddenly in nineteen eighty two Sesame Street dealt openly with feelings of loss Big Bird when when people die they don't come back no never producers spend months researching and consulting with psychologists and other experts on how to talk about difficult themes to small children but there have still been some missteps in the nineteen eighties there had been a series of news reports about child abuse and kids telling their parents that something happened to them at daycare and parents not believing their children doctor rose Marie truly on is senior vice president for curriculum and content at sesame workshop she's as producers realized one of the storylines on the show was being dismissive of children the adults didn't believe Big Bird when he said his friend snuff Olympic S. was real
Sesame Street Is 50 Years Old! Here, Muppets Who Tackled Tough Topics Through the Years
"By November nineteen sixty nine tens of thousands of men have been killed in Vietnam Martin Luther king junior was assassinated a year and a half earlier Sonia Manzano who played Maria on Sesame Street for forty four years says it was a tumultuous time but also an idealistic time there was a moon landing there was free love there was what style but the well I think what really inspired the show was the civil rights movement the creators of Sesame Street wanted the show to be more relevant to families then say captain kangaroo AS one producer put it they wanted it to be funky and down to earth get out of town in that very first episode Ernie takes a bath and bird gets annoyed why did call your bathtub Rosie because every time I think of both only ring around Rosie Kermit the frog tried to explain the letter W. I need a W. to make such words as warrants and will move well cookie monster jumps away at it turning it into an end anyway the end is not a bad letter revolutionary for the time at sesame street's human cast with integrated the children who appeared on the show were different races adults bobbin Mister Hooper were white Gordon and sue were African Americans I just brought Sally around you know the neighborhood all you just Sesame Street co founder Joan Ganz Cooney told NPR in two thousand eight the city street setting was deliberate we decided not to have it in some magic house and you know the way most children's programs are set in a in a fantasy setting of some kind or in the suburbs as Mister Rogers neighborhood was and we were trying to reach all children but with the bulls eye and the target as we used to say were inner city youngsters and integrated cast Muppets real life brought to you by the letters a dizzy there was nothing else like it on television Sesame Street also address difficult or delicate topics other children's programming wouldn't touch at the time in nineteen seventy seven for example the singer Buffy Saint Marie help to normalize breast feeding by nursing her baby in front of Big Bird that's a funny way to feed a baby Alonso Mondays feed their babies this way not all mothers but most mothers do when will leave the actor who played Mister Hooper died suddenly in nineteen eighty two Sesame Street dealt openly with feelings of loss Big Bird when when people die they don't come back no never producers spend months researching and consulting with psychologists and other experts on how to talk about difficult themes to small children but there have still been some missteps in the nineteen eighties there had been a series of news reports about child abuse and kids telling their parents that something happened to them at daycare and parents not believing their children doctor rose Marie truly on is senior vice president for curriculum and content at sesame workshop she's as producers realized one of the story lines on the show was being dismissive of children the adults didn't believe Big Bird when he said his friend snuff Olympic S. was real no
"saint marie" Discussed on WJR 760
"The Democrats get a new candidate for president Michael Bloomberg former mayor of New York opening the door to a presidential run he'll file for the primary in Alabama reporter Jeff Zeleny says one reason Bloomberg may be running is the results in Virginia this way is making phone calls to a handful of connected Democrats feeling out the market if you will for Bloomberg campaign but also the election results earlier this week in Virginia his anti gun groups spent a lot of money investing in those legislative races and they were very successful burgers been a Democrat most of his life he was a Republican when he ran for mayor of New York is one of the wealthiest men in the world the former Attorney General Jeff sessions wants to reclaim his old Senate seat from Alabama purple haze three members of the warranty lasalle varsity football team face possible criminal charges in hazing activities police have gone to the county prosecutor the three have been suspended from the team on Oakland county man has died after having the flu the first flu death in this area this season a blow to Detroit Medical Center and the Wayne state med school training for neurosurgeons at DMC has lost accreditation training is what the Wayne state medical school one state will appeal congressman were she to to leave is now going after businessman Dan Gilbert and the bedrock company to leave is asking for a U. S. house investigation of Gilbert's use of federal tax breaks and opportunities owns that are meant to create economic development in poor areas a spokesman for Gilbert says to leaves claims are incomprehensible a judge's order president trump to pay up to million dollar fine to an array of charities as a fine for misusing his charitable foundation for political activities well now you can get a degree in marijuana you can go to college and get a degree and cannabis right here in Michigan Lake Superior state university in Sault Saint Marie has rolled out three new degree programs in pot Kimberly Mahler is the dean of the business school one of an associate's degree in cannabis science the other two were bachelor's degrees so both bachelor's degree in cannabis chemistry and the bachelor degree of cannabis business so for forty one students have been rolled and eleven are majoring in the cannabis business program school officials were expecting a much bigger enrollment next year as word grows like a weed can wriggle ski W. J. R. news Drake has launched his own brand of marijuana on Wall Street the Dow futures are up twenty eight four W. J. R. news on JK for more with Paul W. in two minutes we show real families the Chevy family of SUVs.
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"saint marie" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio
"Time here at dispaced gnomes what the hell's that there's a lot of distractions here. This is what we get for having a podcast in the woods. We apologize <hes> head of time for the wind noise <hes> alley. We'd like to control everything but i don't have control of the wind. You know who does gnomes of course i so. I think that the lower forty eight needs along multiday ultra marathon fat hat bike race we have we have the place to do it. I want. I want to see like somebody like todd. Pokot and somebody like doc. Whoever is the runs the fat bike berkey and maybe whoever is the arrowhead one thirty five people to all team up and race from sault saint marie to international falls best guests. Is it six hundred sixty six miles. Where's your samory at florida ed. That's that's the gateway to see old khanna da on the u._p. There over the far east side of of the tacoma if is yeah so the the el diablo del norte six hundred sixty six miles. There's no entry not just your soul just kidding about that. I'll my christian readers and so what do you guys think of that idea yet yeah well. We talked about like how hard it is to have good conditions like. Look what happened to the polar roll asher. You know six hundred miles. You're going to need a lot of people working. At course snowmobile trails will have to be engaged and real roads and well yeah but even parole snowmobile trails. It was <hes> some of it as i believe. Some of the big part in town like the holy doubt is gone so long race especially in the winter. You just got a piece together anything everything rolling travel roads. You'd have to have alternate. Internet courses ready to go on something like that. Just create a g._p. Ex you know <hes> route and unsupported that's unsupported and and it would be regulated much like arrow arrowhead one thirty five. You'd have to have a certain number of calories a certain kind bag etc but then that's all all of those protocols are all laid out. It's really just the route <hes> and the volunteers that could span that amount of space <hes> <hes> somebody <hes> kevin breitenbach a winner of the arrowhead one thirty five and the an the idea rod trail limitation heat. He once told me that endurance racing is about enduring and co uncomfortable things for a long amount of time so this isn't isn't for the people that only race on.
"saint marie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"saint marie" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"It will be affected. Our childcare food distribution, we have a general assistance program for people who are looking for work, and this helps to pay their rent heating assistance is another area had starting education. All of those areas are going to be L affected. If the shutdown continues past a couple of weeks have you been getting phone calls or have you been swapping emails with people at other tribes and communities saying, hey, we're starting to panic. Yes. So while my tribe has taken some measures to be able to withstand a shorter term government shutdown, and we're talking maybe up to two weeks, maybe three weeks we can survive under that before we have to make drastic cuts, but I have talked with some members of my tribe that our health directors under IHS in different communities across the country, and they're already working on furloughs or saw some layoffs that have already occurred and also some are working without pay. What does that mean in the long term? I mean, this is not your first shut down. So what happens after these things occur? So in two thousand and thirteen during the government shutdown. We lost one million dollars in federal revenue that we never recovered. We also lost medical providers because they didn't realize their employment was predicated or dependent upon federal dollars, Damian, doctors, nurses. Yes, we lost one doctor a nurse practitioner and four other staff, and it's difficult because it has a compounding effect because it's very difficult to recruit and retain medical staff as it is in rural communities, this makes it even more difficult. If they think that the funding for their positions is precarious. I think people forget the extent of this relationship right between people on native lands, and the US, and these treaties, can you kind of remind people what that relationship is how it came to be absolutely. So across the country for the five hundred seventy three tribes about five hundred million acres of land was traded between tribes and the federal government in exchange for health, education and social welfare into perpetuity and. In michigan. The five tribes set signed the eighteen thirty six treaty of which might tribe is a party. We see did fourteen million acres, and so we just expect the federal government to fulfill their treaty and trust responsibility in the follow through a government is only as good as its word and some people will ask why do we follow these antiquated treaty documents? And my response is that they are older, but the constitution is older. And if we follow an honor our constitution, we need to also honor the treaties. What do you want to say to the president and to congress about this ongoing shut down? Well, I think that a lot of the blame lies in one camp rather than both camps. The president is really backed himself into a corner. And sometimes they say that an animal is most vicious when cornered, but if we're going to survive as a country, our president has to figure out how to compromise and say for the good of the country, we will move forward on border security and a wall does not have to be part of. That he's trying to stay good to his base in his campaign promise for this wall. But we need to compromise in order to move past this issue Aaron payment is tribal chairperson of the Saint Marie tribe of Chippewa Indians. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Absolutely. Thank you. The government shutdown began with the president's demand for more border security money. Ironically, the shutdown is now taking a growing toll on immigration enforcement. One casualty e-verify that's a federal program that's supposed to prevent immigrants from working illegally NPR's. Joel rose reports say you're an employer, and you want to be sure that new employees. You wanna hire is eligible to work in the US right now, you are out of luck. The government run system is down. The website warns that e-verify is quote, currently unavailable due to a lapse in government appropriations at first people thought it was a day or two or three. Now, we're into two weeks. Julie pace is an attorney specializing in employment and immigration law in Phoenix employers can get in big trouble for knowingly hiring undocumented workers and Arizona is one of several states where they are required to use e verify the longer the shutdown lasts. The more pace is fielding panicked calls and emails from employers. So now the calls are. We've got onboard these people so we're just going to move forward. Can we do that pay says some employers will probably go ahead and hire people anyway, others will wait until the shutdown is over and some may even speed up hiring to get people through the process while e-verify is down. It is an irony that the government shutdown is over the wall when we have an electronic wall for verify that should be being used that the government has not funded. The e-verify outage is just one way the government shutdown now in its thirteenth days taking a toll on the US immigration system border patrol agents are working, but they won't get paid until the shutdown ends. So are tens of thousands of other immigration agents in the department of homeland security. Tony Reardon is the head of the national treasury employees union, which represents about thirty thousand customs and border protection officers. They are angry. They are scared. They are doing the work of this country not knowing whether they're going to be able to put food on the table. The morale is as low as I have. Ever seen it. Thousands of workers who are considered non essential have been furloughed. That means many immigration courts are closed some immigration judges are working without pay. But they're only hearing cases where the immigrant is in detention. He Arora is an immigration lawyer in Queens, New York. People are totally confused about what to do about showing up are not showing up Aurora says some of her clients waited years for hearings in the backlogged immigration courts. But when there came the hearings weren't held because of the shutdown, and we don't know when it's going to be rescheduled for it could be rescheduled for next month. It could be rescheduled for next year or even a couple of years later. So we have no idea a SOX is sucks for bam and his sex for me also. Because like, you know, I have not work this week still immigration hardliners think the president should not back down from his demand for a border wall. Now, Mark Krikorian is the executive director of the center for immigration studies, which favors lower levels of immigration. He's also a big fan of e-verify he'd like the program to be mandatory all over the country. But if it has to be shut down for a few weeks to make a point Krikorian says Soviet unfortunate. But it's just part of the larger problem of playing chicken over parts of the government when there are disputes like this over policy. The White House is supposed to meet with congressional Democrats again tomorrow, but Krikorian and other observers don't see an end to the stalemate.