35 Burst results for "Saint Paul Minnesota"
Behind the Book: Nine Lives Over the North Atlantic with Kerry McCauley
"You must be somebody who really really loves adrenaline jockey that's for. Sure. Yeah, I sure do got to keep the heart going. So you talk about in this book single engine over the Ocean. Boy Really. Sure. Sure. They gotta they gotta get. There's someplace and you gotta find somebody stupid enough to do it so. that. It takes a lot of skill to do that, and so a lot of times people ask though. I know we talk about faring airplanes, 'cause people, purchase planes. There's a lot of reasons to do it I. I'm in a building here where we have a ferry company downstairs. I always think of putting a small plane in a container and shipping it would probably be the best way. So so why would you ferry a plane over the water when you could ship it in a container? Well in a word money I mean it's expensive to take him apart. Shipping is not that expensive expensive to put it back together. But you know last time to play I've heard lots of stories of people doing that and they get there and there's a couple of vital parts missing from the plane and. Becomes a problem. So then they would go toward someone like you that can actually has first of all the knowledge. To fly an airplane, the water and also has more than that has the guts to do. I I'd have to say when you're preparing for this, there's got to be two things involved. I would think there's a psychological aspect and there's also the the whole part of preparing from paperwork and more of a knowledge aspects. So it's talk first about the the knowledge you know what type of things do you need to not do this type of a trip? Well number one you've got to figure out, can the play make the trip? You know what route are you gonNA take you get find fuel stops you need any overflight permits arguments, put ferry tanks in the plane that's kind of the big one. On a few need to make some really long legs over the ocean, most planes can't do it on their standard fuel. So you've got to put very tanks of the plane. So ferry tanks. What are those? Are they metal or a rubber? I freeze the metal ones. They do make rubber ferry tanks at collapses there being used, but the metal ones are more reliable. You take the seats out of the back the out of the back of the plane and put them in the tail basically in. Put the ferry tanks as far forward as you can for CG and. There you go. Extra. When you're when you do that, that's going to be a bit of a cost to the person right to that's part of the cost of doing the first flight. Yeah Yeah. But usually if you've got very tanks in their lifetimes, you can make up the cost or that by skipping stops especially these days a lot of times landing permits and especially foreign countries get to be really expensive. But when you have fourteen hours a range you can. Literally make half the stops that you normally would end if you didn't tanks. So it's Kinda Nice. So each of those stops assuming there are some costs involved in and that type of thing as far as like land permits I'll a definite landing permits these days in foreign countries are getting to be really ridiculous plus these days. Almost every foreign airport requires you to have a handler. Which is adding extra costs me back when I first started three years ago we did everything ourselves you shop at a foreign airport that you'd never been to that. You don't speak the language you just have to dive in fine landing fees get fuel weather food if you got time and do it yourself now they make you hire handler which is nice but expensive. So. Do you really need the handler? No Dan was really bothered me most of the time they're not. They're not very helpful first of all, and it's just the money's right off. You know right off the top every time you spend on your on the road is coming right out of your pocket. So it's It's going to shell out a few hundred dollars or more on a stop just had some guy walk alongside you. Yeah. How did you learn to do all this? I started back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety for flying for a company called Orient Air out of Saint Paul Minnesota. and. My friend's father owned the company. We were army recruits together in the National Guard. and. They needed a pilot ninety job actually was a actually spent a few years trying to get this enough hours to get this job. And got. Hired. Off on the road I went. So yeah. It's some mentors that could help you out Is that something that you would suggest if someone was thinking again, getting into this get was somebody I. Oh, definitely there's so many things that you don't think about when you're getting ready to make especially along ocean crossing. The the weather considerations are. Paramount I. Mean you run unexpected headwinds? Don't leave yourself enough reserve. You might come up short nets usually considered inconvenient
[Unedited] Michael McCarthy with Krista Tippett
"I'm so delighted to be. Speaking with you. I can't tell you how much I love your book and I'm telling everyone about it. Yeah. It's as marked up. Emmy Book I have ever read. In the Bible including the Bible and I picked it up just on a table in a bookstore in Saint Paul Minnesota Twin cities. Different questions for me before we get going I think. Okay. I'm happy to respond to you. Yeah I don't I. So I don't usually do Generally do book interviews but really, and I've dug little bit and I've also looked at your. Some. Of Your other writing but I really. So so we're we're not talking about the book, but essentially we're talking about. Everything, the book is about. So I yeah so Chris I think we're good great. Okay. Yes and so we have a nice amount of time to have a big. Real wandering conversation. I would like to start I I I. Start Most of my interviews with a question just just wondering about The religious or spiritual background of someone's childhood I find. That is a very fertile place and everybody's imagination whatever their story is. It's full of questions and searching and softness so. However you would. However, you would begin to to think of that. How would you? How would you Described the religious or spiritual background of your childhood. I would use a curious phrase to describe. What I am now I would describe myself as an ethnic Catholic. Okay. that was a phrase I can't claim authorship of it was used by. British woman politician about twenty years ago meaning there's I grew up a Roman Catholic. and I have abandoned the faith. The formerly at any right but the belief system if not not necessarily. Belief in heaven now but the. The sense of right and wrong I think Stays with you all your life and you relate to it. Was it Mary? McCarthy who read a book called wants to Catholic. And I think the sense of right and wrong and also I think he'll go strong sets. Of Original Sin Yeah I. Think I'm quite aware that is a very dark side to the species mom. If, we can say that these days I think the the species is still called mind it's a human being. and so even though I'm not formally religious. I, like to think I. Suppose that I carry with me what people might describe as a religious sensibility. And I feel like right at the beginning of of your book The Moss snowstorm nature enjoy. You I mean this is this is a this is a book about our bond with the natural world. Right and you and you start it. It's also woven, and that bond is both civilizational. It's at once civilizational and species something about our species, but it's also personal. and so and you do we've that personal story all the way through your reflection on this large subject. End You know you're use the word a soul in this way rather early you describe your mother's illness and She she was away for a time institutionalized and. One of the things that happened to you as a child is it you you had a lack of feeling about that. that you could perceive, but then you describe this day. And here's just the sentences. That there was a singular window. Of observing butterflies and he said when I was a skinny kid in short pants, butterflies entered my soul. So where'd you just tell a little bit of that story as and why that is a vantage point for you on again, this large civilizational issue. It was really just a personal way. Of, my own way through my own personal experience. Of. Beginning explore. the strange conundrum which it seems to me that we can actually love very fiercely the natural world I we sort of take that for granted as commonplace. But as I got older, it seemed to me rather curious phenomenon because after all the natural world is only the the environment from which we emerge to species like every other species. Unlike. Every other species there are two things that they're not sure world has for us. One is danger. One is utility because the natural world can be dangerous and it can kill you. You can have thousands of people killed by snakes in India every year still or not show world can be a great advantage. It can provide you food and shelter and various other things. And all species are aware even if instinctively of these things but we have a third thing, which is that we can actually love the natural world.
Reading the New Testament Letters: Q & A
"How to read the New Testament Letters. Let's start with a question from Damian in Minnesota Hey. Tim and John. My name is Damian. Leverett and I live. Live in Saint Paul. Minnesota I'm a classically trained theater actor and performer, and listening to these episodes has made me wonder if it could be a fruitful practice for churches to have people like me. Trained in speaking complex texts in an active embodied way, read the letters in their entirety in live gatherings. What do you think about this idea is? It's stupid. Are there any pitfalls or problems that you'd foresee? I'd love your advice. Thanks for all you do all right. I'll respond first Damian your idea is the opposite of stupid. It's actually brilliant and so important, and yes, you should do it. No questions asked. All Right? That's my first response. was here's John for sure? Yeah, you. We talked about how these letters were originally heard. Read Aloud. Yeah, that's right and that there is something about. Hearing it all in one sitting that helps you Kinda feel the shape of it in a different way. I noticed when I read. I get really stuck like what did that sentence mean? I don't keep moving. But, if you're in a situation, where just being read aloud in listening to an audio version of the Bible, that's really powerful, so so if you have a vision for using your experience in theater. That's awesome. Yes, John and I. Both knew a guy named Jason Nightingale. Who had just ministry nonprofit, he called word sewer ministries, but essentially he memorized all the books of the New Testament. Did he do all of them well? I don't know that for certain, but the sampling that I. Know that I've heard him. Recite before makes me think he's for sure got. From the gospel of Mark to the book of revelation Romans, Hebrews. Fijian's so we back when we were in our twenties, heard him. Yeah back in the nineties. Nineties Nightingale. But Man. This guy traveled all over the US and the world reciting books of the New Testament and then sometimes he would give short little homily. Reflection afterwards, but his main thing was to recite whole books the New Testament in one go for groups of people with such a booming. Yes, wonderful destroy had a uniquely amazing voice yeah. So yes Damien I. It's a wonderful idea. It should be normal I. Think this kind of ministry should be normal in the life of a local church. Yeah, having somebody who's like the memorizer and reciter of books of the New Testament. So guts be Damian. Go forth and memorize and recite his question from Lauren in Indiana Hi John and Tim. This is Lauren and Fort Wayne Indiana I'm listening to your conversation on the New Testament letters with my usual rapt attention, and in episode three is John expressed some frustration that the theology. The New Testament isn't more thoroughly connected and expurgated. It made me wonder. Wonder whether Paul as a Hebrew scripture scholar, who understood that it was as you call it. He Meditation Literature. Do you think it's possible that he crafted his epistles in that same way so that people would need to hear them and read them over and over to really get the depth of meaning just curious. Thanks for all you do God bless. It's great question. I thought that was really insightful. Question. It is true especially Paul the his letters are hard to understand. There are or you could say there are many parts that are difficult to follow. And you remember at some point in the series. I mentioned passage in Second Peter where Peter felt the same way That's right. Yeah, yeah, he says there are some things of Paul's letters that are hard to understand. However the question is. Is that intentional? He could. Is it a bug? My hunch is that for Paul's letters that it was expensive to write. Letters can talk about this future episodes. How how letters were actually produced and how expensive it was and the process involved, but I think part of it was just the way he communicated through these letters and the way his mind work. was like a beautiful mind. In terms of. Is this guy crazy or is this guy brilliant? I think it seems you can just feel bursting out of sentences in Galicians that there's whole volumes. He could riot on what's underneath just a couple of sentences and so? I think you actually could. You. Do need to read them over and over at least I have for years, but I'm not sure it's necessarily because he crafted the way. The Hebrew literature is crafted I. Think it's he was raised on that literature, and so he certainly is shaped by it and talks things by, but I think it's also just the nature of him his unique personality, and then the letter medium. How would you think I hear what you're saying there? Yeah, he not designed with the same maybe. Maybe intention analogy that scroll in the Tanakh would have been designed potentially, but he had internalized that design, and that tradition, and that tradition so much that it undergirds everything. He sang by Medicare, eating on Hebrew Bible, and then meditating on what Paul's writing. Yes, as cool chemistry that happens totally which I've noticed. Yeah, yeah, working on this project with you so many things come pop a lot more when when I start to see the things that that Paul was seeing And which are things that you've been pointing out these patterns and themes inside?
Christopher Columbus statue in Boston beheaded
"Will it ever come back we're talking about the Christopher Columbus statue in the north end of Boston it was taken down after it was beheaded WBZ's Jim McKay with today's update will now sit in storage with mayor Marty Walsh saying a discussion will take place on what to do with it next Columbus of course played a big role in world history as an explorer especially in the Americas but he was also considered someone who ravaged the native American population many now considering him a symbol of white supremacy as Boston figures out the future of that statue other Columbus statues around the country have been defaced in Richmond Virginia in Saint Paul Minnesota statues were torn down this week with no plans of bringing them back up well that happened in Boston we'll have to
Protesters topple another Confederate statue in Virginia state capital
"In Richmond Virginia last night the statue of Jefferson Davis was torn down the statue of the president of the confederacy was toppled shortly before eleven PM and was on the ground about eighty miles away in Portsmouth Virginia protesters beheaded and then pulled down four statues that were part of a Confederate monument the crowd was frustrated by the Portsmouth city council's decision to put off moving the monument the death of George Floyd is prompted similar Confederate monument removals around the nation some people say the tributes inappropriately glorify people who led a rebellion that sought to uphold slavery others say the removal amounts to a racing history in Portsmouth Virginia a protester was hit in the head as that monument fell he was taken to the hospital and in Saint Paul Minnesota protesters tore down the statue of Christopher Columbus outside the state capitol and in our nation's capital house speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling for the removal of nearly a dozen Confederate statues from the halls of Congress
Christopher Columbus statue toppled outside Minnesota Capitol
"Sound so tough time to be a statue of Christopher Columbus this is in Saint Paul Minnesota tearing down a statue of Columbus outside the state capitol yesterday calling him a murderer of indigenous people a Columbus statue in Richmond Virginia was set on fire and thrown in a pond also torn down in Richmond statue of Jefferson Davis and in Portsmouth Virginia testers be headed and tore down four statues that were part of a Confederate monument they've said that they were frustrated by delays in moving the monument out of the public eye meantime president trump tweeted yesterday that his administration would not even consider renaming military bases named after Confederate commanders a call the bases monumental a very powerful a part of a great American heritage and history of winning victory and
Confederate and Columbus statues toppled by US protesters
"Protesters have ripped down more statues of historic figures they consider to be racist the statue of Jefferson Davis toppled in Richmond Davis was the president of the Confederate states during the civil war Richmond it's capital in Portsmouth Virginia protesters beheaded statues of for civil war soldiers and in Saint Paul Minnesota a statue of Christopher Columbus has been
Protesters tear down statues of racist historical figures Jefferson Davis, Christopher Columbus, among others
"Protesters have ripped down more statues of historic figures they consider to be racist statue of Jefferson Davis toppled in Richmond Davis was the president of the Confederate states during the civil war Richmond it's capital in Portsmouth Virginia protesters beheaded statues of for civil war soldiers and in Saint Paul Minnesota statue of Christopher Columbus has been ripped
Districts jettison school police officers amid protests
"Some school districts around the country are deciding to end their use of uniformed police officers on their campuses in light of the nation wide protests over the death of George Floyd some school administrators are cutting loose their school resource officers Minneapolis did well Saint Paul Minnesota Portland Oregon and Charlottesville Virginia are weighing that idea the school board member in Denver wants to replace eighteen uniforms school police officers with counselors nurses and expert on conflict resolution the head of the national association of school resource officers has weighed in saying that S. R. owes are needed when weapons are brought to school and they serve as mentors and coaches he warns against a knee jerk reaction to George Floyd's death in Minneapolis calling that evil I'm Jackie Quinn
Relative Calm as Protests Continue Despite Curfews
"There's not as much cleaning up to do after last night's nationwide protests against police violence protest last night were mostly peaceful held in cities across the country including Miami Columbia South Carolina Houston Saint Paul Minnesota Seattle and Los Angeles some cities have put curfews in
"I'm so happy to hear your voice. I'm so happy I've connected with you. You're not Minnesota Bro tap man. It's crazy. Around on. G Latino rebels reporting from Franck town Saint Paul Minnesota. It's Anna this last couple of weeks. At least last week has been exhausting, but But right now it's just you know. Just literally came downstairs from. From Watching a little bit Protestant when Minneapolis, thirty five and then like. A frigging semi truck with I don't know just literally almost. Ran into a crowd almost like. It's it is crazy. It was a peaceful protests like the. Police will let it happen much thirty five in lengthy. Clear, also the semi with leg. Would like a trailer and everything like you see. Like you've seen. We've all older adults seen machine? How Moses Parts Sassi's literally like people the for this. But. The staying just like literally stopped funding somebody, and then it was. One of those things you like I, literally just woke up from a nap. Neo 'cause I haven't been able to sleep. Book is Lakewood. Neighborhood Watch so a lot of. Some of the neighbors be like we like. We just sit in front of our poetry last couple of days to to see shifted to see what's going on because community. Neighborhood Watch type of thing is is is what's what's the thing. People are doing communication. I mean it's so tell me about. Tell me about it all because I, mean it was i. mean let's just be real like I want to talk a little bit deeper about the community because. This is not something that just instantly happens, but it has now been a week. I'm talking to you on Sunday night. The News really started breaking about George. Floyd around this time about a week ago, right? It started making the local Minnesota I woke up to it on Monday morning. And it was already on the AP and the Associated Press. How has this week been Every one of the first things to this is A. You know it's not the first time the Minneapolis Police Department on the same department have. You know have killed someone without you know what I mean. If you just think of a recently a couple years ago, Lucas Steele. Jimmy car. There's there's list of native American folks and people just not too far from where I live blocks who have who have been who have been shot up, but they police raid in and and I think. This is a had conversations with my kids about this. it's a it's A. It's not just one isolated event. it is a culmination of microaggressions as well as just events like these of. Loss of life. That has not been checks. In his net been. you know. There's no justice right I. Mean we can take it back. You know to to Trayvon. Martin you can take it back to even further down I mean this is. This is stemmed cly been happening since. Select. What can you say? Five, hundred plus years. This. Thing that people don't don't don't like people people don't get. People don't want to understand. Or as at. You know it is a lot of people. Specifically people have color and reciprocally people have caller who live in a state. Where they really find themselves in take stats. Yeah, that's the point. I wanted to make because you and I I don't want to cut you off, but you and I you're proud. Since I've met you. You're like Saint Paul. You'd like frog town. I'm down like you've always been like. You are so proud of of that right? You break your family there. And Not Sense. You've always talked about this to me. Right? I remember having those early online conversations where it's like Yo. It's tough to be Peruvian in in the twin cities, but you you have this love, but you also have the sort of grief and sadness. How is that how you guys all coping with this? I think a lot of US including my wife only other organizers. Community members that I'm in touch with on a daily basis it's it's really for me for me. Personally has been. Like onyx is Austin aspect of like back in the early. You know two thousand when I was a college student and My Wonderful Wife Nubia that we were, we were, we were we were part of you know Cultural Center on campus in you. We fought for the inequalities that were happening in. What was the only Chicano studies department in the Mid West at that point? Right and we really really know we need to. We need to do this we need to. In in you know like I've I've always loved. infill place was in the front lines. Right. Organizers when I was organizing north organizing. Mobile Home Park residents for ten issues in our survey it just. It just felt that, but it's a lot. Of It's a lot of. It's a lot of that you know. Being a parents be much older. it's like how do I how do I do that I'm doing a lot of delegating? Do a lot of. Related Information people coming to me asking me. Hey, where do people need? Help me like it's a different kind of emotional labor, right and like part of me wants to be. There, but at the same time I feel like I just have to. Lake! The guy of honesty like talking to really we haven't had time to process right. We've been women. The we unfortunately we end into reaction areas like. X X. Person Exco Organization needs so so and so we're like our. Who Can we? Who Do we know who joe and one of the things that is? Is that I I. Think. We've been doing that I specifically mean as. Having to talk to people and having to Kinda like have have conversations with people boom via social media knitted. It's it's it's emotional. Labor right, and it's even though it might not seem as work like physical work in still work. Because you you you have to, you know you have to live through a lived experiences again and things that you might not want to visit talk about, and you have to restrain yourself right because at the same time like whatever you put on the Internet relic. You told me. Is Forever Right. The Internet is forever. We've we've always said that you and I and we've. We've always kind of shared examples right? It's like yellow. The Internet's forever Yo the Internet's
St. Paul mayor says some protesters "intent on sparking violence"
"Read the latest at eleven fifty local politicians questioning who is behind the violence and looting after five days of unrest CBS news special report as protests and riots roiled cities across the nation for the fifth day local politicians are trying to answer the question of who is responsible for the looting and violence overtaking the message of racial inequality after the death of George Floyd Melvin Carter is the mayor of Saint Paul Minnesota yes folks in our streets who are there to burn down are black owned barbershops to burn down our family owned businesses are immigrants own restaurants and it is very clear to me that those people are not driven by a love for our community and there's no way you can argue that those actions are designed to produce a better future for our community quite the opposite he spoke on CNN Carter and the mayor of Minneapolis say about eighty percent of those arrested are from outside the state Carter originally said all protesters arrested Friday were out of towners but says that information turned out to be
A good new home
"Tara Gatewood in here with me on the program today out of Saint Paul Minnesota. Is Angela go theor the associate director of Minoshe key and a young and also here too with the with the group is executive director. deb Foster her and she is a Saint Croix Ojibway from Eagle Clan. My pleasure to have both of them here with US and Andromeda turn turn to you. You've done a lot of work. I'm looking at your bio and see That you have worked with the county in family services and just knowing along the repetition or how many times young people are entering into foster care and then they age out and then there's no place to turn talk to me about how being there air at this critical time and offering them a space to not only the rest of their head but also gained a job development skills as well as even just I have to be self sustaining talked me about this critical time period. In what some of the things that the center is working on I I always ask people to reflect on the young people that they have in their personal lives and the natural support systems. That are there error. And how many times when you're C Eighteen nineteen twenty one. Twenty two year olds in your personal life that When they have love family to fall back on at times when they're having a hard time or they've They need a place to stay. Or they've transitioned positioned in their jobs or they're you know. They're struggling in some way when they have a natural place to go back to a lot of the youth that we are working with because as they have spent such extended time in foster care that they've been moved around a lot through their youth. They don't have those places to land The one thing with young and his dad was saying having been Serving the community since nineteen eighty. Three is that it is become that place for a lot of youth and families that they know when they're having a hard time that this is kind of their soft place to land that there are people here that can help and and so this expands our ability to do that for this youth in this age group is that this is a critical time when you are learning learning to live independently when they're wanting to you know find employment and look for career pass and go back to college and when you don't have how those supports Built in because you've been in foster care because you've had time and placement or been homeless this gives you more of that time name and all of the services That you could need as a jumping off point are here for you and we're here to build those relationships and to help them take that next step I'm just excited that we have an opportunity now to work with these US more closely for a more extended period. Take time to help them. Get through this point of transition and so tell me a little bit more about how it works. How permanent is the housing and some some of the support services that are going on Angeles? START US off yeah so youth enter the program Between the ages of eighteen to twenty twenty four years old The youth that are coming in have different backgrounds of homelessness and Foster Care The nature permanent supportive housing is that they could live in this housing forever if they wanted. There isn't a timeframe I'm in which they would need to leave. They just need to enter between the ages of eighteen to twenty four and they have to continue to qualify for the subsidies that are or a helping to assist with their rent During the time that they are there the support services that we have we have to transition coaches that start working with the youth rate rate at the point of referral. And they're the ones who are working with you to collect their housing history. All their vital documents they information that they need in order to you. Qualify for the housing and those transition coaches continue to work with those youth to help them. That goal plans navigate resources and everything that they need on that and they're like housing goals we have a full time youth and family therapists. That is dedicated to the building and that therapists can do individual work Couples therapy family therapy is needed really to really meet. Whatever the needs are for that youth To help them be healthy in their community and their personal relationships. We also have a fulltime cultural specialist. Who is is trained in suicide prevention and post mention that is dedicated to the building? And he's there to help work with the youth To you meet their cultural needs and to help them. Connect back with their own communities as well We have the ability to have ceremonies. We have a cultural cultural activities center. We have medicine gardens and sweat lodge on site and so he's really the coordinator of that for all of the youth We are also adding a safe harbor case manager which is dedicated to working with you who are at risk of or have been involved in sexual exploitation and so the case management will be dedicated Just to that kind of aspect and helping them navigate gate through the resources and the sensitive nature of that and then there's property management that's onsite with our partners that help them with their lease and like the money portion portion of everything and then the We're also staff twenty four hours a day so there's always some support staff here for the residents when they need it into my turn to. Oh you balancing all of this because it sounds like a lot and it sounds like the things that often are left out of the equation win A lot of times we start trying trying to help our youth Trying to get them going faster. Start on life. How is all of this being balanced or is this part of the blueprint to make sure that all of these things were there Not only supplying a place to live. But supplying a place to thrive tell me more dip. Yes we In addition to what Angela has said we have the building was built around The the all of the needs of the young people. So for instance we have Circular gathering centers on each floor where Kids will be able to gather We have the purposely did efficiency apartments because we wanted at their full apartments full kitchen refrigerator. Everything bathroom beds living area but we wanted them to network with new folks And have an opportunity to establish new networks and We also have a workforce training center so A Complete Computer Center Training Center. Where kids can do everything? I'm from working on covering letters Building resumes doing job search learning technical skills And and types of activities. That are involved in building those opportunities for young people We also have a Fitness Center down in the lower level providing opportunities for young people to strengthen their health and and wellbeing physically physically and also the teaching kitchens that you mentioned on each floor to Help kids learn how to cook. And how to cook healthy We also have as mentioned a cultural activities center. So that is where all the kids can learn how to make their own regalia and do beadwork and make their own drums. But more importantly learned the history behind all of these things We have an entrepreneurship program that We have for young people that were putting together that will allow you to work onsite. We have a credit store which which I like to describe as kind of like a mini walgreens and so Use can earn vouchers that they can use in these stores and it has everything a walgreens would have but it also provides an opportunity for young people to work there and they can learn some Shaath work skills such as profit and loss and stocking talking and ordering cashiering things like that Also we have a food shelf and we also have a clothing store so these are all opportunities for young people to garner some software skills And we have numerous or as partners throughout our community. That are going to be working with us as well. And providing internships and workforce skills and Places where they can establish a ged or finish high school learn about post secondary education. If that's what they WANNA
A good new home
"We're going to go ahead and start off by saying hello to our guests. WHO's joining us out of Saint Paul Minnesota deb foster? She is the executive director for the India young and she is in mcroy. Ojibway from the Eagle Quin deb. Thank you for joining us for another one. Far Native America calling discussions thank you and how inspiring to just hear what this center aims to do especially for our homeless youth I and especially this age group. We know this is A group that often is left out left in the margins Tell us a little bit about when all all of this got started to make a special place for this group. Yes well The India Young Center has been and was started back in nineteen. Eighty three in response to Youth have been homeless And the red schoolhouse. K. through seven Educational Program noticing that they're young people were becoming homeless and so we started the emergency shelter alter and from there have just continued to grow our programs to be responsive to the needs of our community. And so we have Mini any genocide which is a prevention program. Our shelter Oh Yuck Gee which is a program for Equa court monitoring and services family advocacy children's mental health. We have a Transitional Housing Program for sixteen to twenty one year old and so it was probably about nine years ago when We realized that we were seeing our eighteen year. Enrolled in Nineteen Year olds dropping back into homelessness. And the reasons that many of us are aware of include turning eighteen and so therefore they're losing all of their benefits They're aging out of foster care with no place to go Many of them had extended their Short term housing options and so that was a very big concern. Earn for us and that many of our young people were not able to complete their educational goal or to sustain gainful employment -pointment and certainly we're struggling with Mainstream housing options and so forth. So we Began a vision that that we needed to capture these young people and give them some of the long term healing opportunities a -tunities and programming opportunities in housing opportunities. These young people needed in order to be able to sustain Those activities that they were already involved in such as education and workforce and trying to find housing and so forth so We I started out very early on with a lot of Community engagement and Connecting with young people who were homeless or had been homeless at the Previously to gather the information that was necessary to lead this project So everything that we did with this project was really designed around what the young people who were struggling needed it and wanted such as They wanted to be able to be close to transportation. So we're right. On the Light Rail. They wanted to be close to education food. Jobs things like that and so That was the beginning of our vision and From there are we just Did some early connections with the community members with our legislators The city the state eight and just kind of garnering a lot of support providing a lot of education a why this was so prevalent and why this was so needed and with that then we began to move forward to establish the right partners To make this a reality So it really was a response to our young people and Those eighteen particularly eighteen to twenty four year roles. That were falling right back into homelessness In deb this whole time as the planning was going on you're going to meetings Discussions were were happening. I'm sure your mind drifted back to these young individuals and what it would really mean for them to have a permanent place to stay and really get that footing to go to another a step in their life when you were thinking of those individuals. How much did that drive you to to? I WanNa make sure this happened to see those doors open. It was the core of everything that This at this building is We have as most of us know we have the highest disparities of of education and unemployment poverty and It's the reason is we know this is that our young on people are struggling with a sense of who they are as young native people You know the historical trauma that everybody everybody is aware of is something that oftentimes people think. Is You know so long ago. Kind of a get over it kind of thing and it really. It was something that lasted into the nineteen eighties the boarding school era. And all of that. And so what's happening. Is that that we have grandparents and parents who are who were potentially in boarding school doing the best. They can to try and raise young people but have been stripped of their culture their traditions their language and In sense of identity and so what is happening is that we're trying to provide resources for young people without first taking care of the initial needs the needs of our young people in our families which is to provide an opportunity for them to heal To you to reestablish or strengthen their sense of identity as young native people and to reestablish a sense of pride As a for a young person and until that is done until one has a sense of who they are a restored sense of who they are Really trying to push young people to just just graduate from high school. You'll be lying or just get a job you'll be fine. You know. Find a place to live. You'll be fine. Hasn't worked and is never going to work and so it was very in this building Is All about providing first and foremost that place at opportunities and experiences for these young people to who establish that sense of identity and He'll come to to be to be to be full humans in a really appreciate you explaining bat
His Company Makes Speakers. Now He's Speaking Out, Opposing Tariffs.
"President Trump's trade war looks like it's backfiring for many of the nation's factories manufacturing activity has slumped in recent months and analysts say the ongoing tariff battle between in the US and China is partly to blame NPR Scott horsely reports on how the trade war is affecting one manufacturing company in Minnesota. The MISKITO Speaker Company in Saint. Paul Minnesota is celebrating. Its seventieth anniversary this year Dan Degrees Das- started the company after serving in World War. Two and he was a b seventeen radio cooperator and came back to the United States and married a woman with a bad radio. The radio wasn't bad but the speaker was bad so he started his own speaker repair repair business in. Its early days. Moscow made rugged outdoor sound systems like these good evening folks at a hearty welcome to our drive in theater today. The company employs about one hundred people in a state of the art factory near the Minnesota State fairgrounds. They assemble a wide variety of speakers for musicians home theater bus. Even restaurant drive-thrus degree says there used to be a big speaker industry in the United States but over the last two decades most companies moved offshore and their suppliers moved with them. Either suppliers tires went to China or they probably went out of business. Degree kept his factory in Minnesota but he relies on some components imported from China since last. Fall all these had to pay tariffs on those components which are now twenty five percent if he built the whole speaker in China like some of its competitors he'd pay less diggers tried to pass some of the tariff airfield onto customers. He's also asked his Chinese suppliers for a tear of discount but his company has had to absorb most of the extra cost. It comes out of our bottom line and that's the money that we need to be reinvesting in new technology in new products. All of the things that makes your business competitive in a global global economy every time degree imports components from China. He gets a bill from. US Customs saying how much IOS in tariffs. He surprised how many Americans mistakenly believe that. A China is footing the bill. Maybe that's because president trump keeps insisting that China's paying the tariffs recently trump told Fox News. He's in no hurry to make a deal with Chinese President Xi Jinping. He wants to make it much more than I wanNA make it. I'm not anxious to make. It would take it in hundreds of billions of dollars in tariffs offs. We never took in ten cents. The actual tariff bill is tens of billions of dollars hundreds of billions for China to foot that bill researchers at the Federal Reserve Bank in New York said Ed last week Chinese suppliers would have to cut their prices by about twenty percent so far the price of Chinese imports fallen. Just two percent. Tennessee congressman. Jim I'm Cooper complained that a hearing last month Americans are paying the rest. This is a tax is not on foreigners. This is attack our own people at his speaker factory. In in Minnesota Dan Degree says the higher cost of components is not the only problem. A tweet could come out this afternoon. That could dramatically change a tariff-rate straight economists say that uncertainty has many business owners holding their breath reluctant to make decisions or investments. And that's I think. One of the drags that that American businesses are feeling right now. None of us know what it's GonNa look like year in two years even two weeks this week. Degrees traveling to the Philippines aims to look for alternative components. Could buy without having to pay a tariff. We're trying to keep building speakers here in the US but there's only a couple of us left in the country entry to do it and Now if these terrorist go on a lot longer. I don't know if they'll be anybody left in this country does that ultimately degree says he might have to move his whole factory overseas. Cutting the one hundred jobs exactly the opposite of what the president said he wanted when he started this trade war.
Maine allows for ranked-choice voting without governor's signature
"Main moved ahead today with plans to become the first state to allow voters to rank candidates in a general presidential election governor Janet mills a Democrat said she'll allow a bill to become law in January without her signature the legislation requires ranked choice voting in presidential elections in primaries but ranked voting won't be used in a planned presidential primary next March the bill won't go into effect until ninety days after the legislature is set to adjourn in April but future presidential primaries would be is ranked choice voting Maine voters in two thousand sixteen approved ranked voting but the system is limited to federal races in primaries under the system voters rank three or more candidates on the ballot in order of preference if no candidate gets more than fifty percent of the vote. the last place candidate is eliminated the second choice votes of everyone who rank that candidate first are allocated until someone receives over fifty percent supporters of the system move been trying to spread it to more states cheered the expansion such advocates hope the law could boat goose the influence of an independent and third party presidential candidate and Maine about two dozen cities including Cambridge Massachusetts Saint Paul Minnesota San Francisco and Oakland allow the use of ranked choice voting in certain
"saint paul minnesota" Discussed on KPCC
"Welcome to live from here at the fitzgerald theater in Saint Paul Minnesota yes John Betsy you may know me as the musical director on the late show Stephen Cole bear now that the spotlight is all meet I want to tell you the story of how I got here in the Louisiana that's about as much of losses can usually get if you've ever been in New Orleans you've been the can get is what airport is but no one calls a day they call the New Orleans in a national on Louis Armstrong International anything to avoid saying can that's where it is and that's where I'm from I come from a big family musicians I've been planned in New Orleans and all the clubs and bars in hall since I was twelve too young to play in a and you know I'm I'm the youngest of like twenty cousins in my extended family family that Blake if you go out to hear music in New Orleans on any given night I bet you mom a lot of cool is somebody in the band has the last name Betsy's so when people ask me how I first learned music I always tell video games does god I'll steam from Street Fighter two we all know that with a little bit as such a complex composition really I I learned a lot from video game music you know when a song has great counterpoint melodies in rhythm you can do whatever you want to it is liberating you know you it doesn't matter if you played a diversion from the nine is like this all take it back to the nineteen forties for the seventeen forties so yeah I learned to find the value of music no matter where it came from I didn't know it at the time of my video game obsession with prepare me for the next phase of my life in classical music I got a late start couldn't read music like the other kids that install when I was two years old but the teacher she would play each piece before we got started so I had to work around learn it by here just the way that I learned a theme song for final fantasy seven the something else on the radio or TV and M. offers classical piano competition box invention number thirteen in a minor and pretended to look at the sheet music the whole time but I was playing it by ear and because I learn to use my yet such an early age.
What Is the Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon?
"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday and you could use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotels nls rental cars and more just book and pay for your travel using your venture card and redeem your miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your wallet? Credit approval required capital one bank U._S._A.. N._A. Look into brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren bogle bomb here. Let's pretend you have saved forty thousand dollars to spare and you're out shopping for a shiny new ride. You've never really cared about cars that much before minus minus perhaps a cerebral hate for the car commercials you see every seven seconds during televised sporting event but now you're invested and when someone mentions a certain kind of if car one you've never heard of before but maybe that gets high ratings on a consumer review site. You're interested suddenly. That car is everywhere. It's On Your Street your boss's husband has one you see two of them next to traffic on your way home from work the cars even popping up in those ubiquitous commercials during the game and you swear up and down. They came out of nowhere. So what exactly is happening here to this car suddenly come to dominate the cultural consciousness or is your consciousness playing tricks on you. Welcome to the batter main phenomenon otherwise known as the frequency illusion or recency allusion. This phenomenon occurs when Jonathan you've just noticed experienced or been told about suddenly crops up constantly. It gives you the feeling that out of nowhere pretty much. The whole world is talking about this subject or that. It's swiftly surrounding. You and you're not crazy. You are totally seeing it more but the thing is of course that's because you're noticing it more. A couple of things happen when the batter main hall phenomenon kicks in one. Your brain seems to be excited by the fact that you've learned something new and selective attention. Occurs Your brain subconsciously. Thanks hey that's awesome. I'm going to look for that thing without you needing to actually think about it so now that your senses are on alert shirt for it you find it to make it all. The more powerful confirmation bias occurs after seeing it even once or twice confirmation bias is essentially our desire correct. It's the psychological trait where we're inclined to notice and remember information that supports our pre existing views and to ignore or disregard information that refutes what we already believe to be true in other words you start agreeing with yourself that Yep. You're definitely seeing this thing more than you ever have. Before Strangely Ainsley though the batter main hut phenomenon isn't named for to researchers who studied it as things like this often are nope. It's named for a militant West German terrorist group that was active in the nineteen seventies. A nineteen nineties online comment board was unlikely source of the name in Nineteen ninety-four a commenter on the Saint Paul Minnesota. Soda Pioneer pressboard dubbed the frequency illusion. The batter main have phenomenon after they randomly heard to references to batter Meinhof within twenty four hours. He's the phenomenon has nothing to do with the gang in other words but don't be surprised if the name starts popping up everywhere you turn today's episode was written by Kate Kirschner produced by Tyler Clang Brain. Stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other topics topics oddly influenced by the nineteen nineties visit our home planet how stuff works dot Com and for more podcast from iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows breath today's episode is brought to you by the podcast food three sixty host Mark Murphy celebrity chef and restaurant tour with help from his friends. The restaurant industry takes a three sixty sixty look at the world of food history science and culture tune into food three sixty with new episodes every Friday. You could listen and subscribe on Apple podcasts iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts.
A tailored ride-hail service with special needs in mind
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by guideline think your business is too small to offer a 4. It's not join the thousands of small businesses and startups that offer a guideline 4. Guideline is affordable easy to manage and the best part it's it's free to start a guideline dot com for details. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by smart water on a mission to add fresh thinking to the world that's why they created to new ways to hydrate smart water alkaline with nine plus P. H.. Helps keeps you hydrated while you're on the move and smart water the antioxidant with added Selenium helps you find balance for your body in mind and now you can order smart water with Alexa yourself will thank yourself smart water. That's pretty smart a startup banking on ridesharing. That's more caring thing from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Jed Kim in Hollywood. It seems like Uber and lift are everywhere these days and for many millions of people it's great because those services make it easier and often cheaper to get where you need to go but they don't work for everyone. Seniors and people with disabilities often need more help than a ride hailing services designed to provide and while sometimes city or a county has special public transportation options. They're not always available or reliable. Able K. Cheetah lives a gable pines a senior living community in Saint Paul Minnesota until very recently she mostly got around with a shared public transportation program called Metro Mobility but it wasn't the greatest the night they left until seventy seven. We won't charge you for this right. I said we'RE NOT GONNA get paid if you did charge me and I said I'm never caught using you again. We'll got so where I had to now. She has another option hyphen her residence partnered with a startup called mobility for all its in the business of on-demand rides for people who need extra help getting into a car or other special services. You don't need an APP or even a smartphone. It's designed with seniors and people with disabilities in mind. John is the C._E._O.. Of Mobility for all for our latest installment of evenly distributed exploring digital divide and tech don't shares what's at stake for his users. Seniors and people with disabilities have have gotten used to have accepted that they're just going to be socially isolated and that's not good for their health. It's not good for their wellbeing. That is a huge cost to our society. If you think think of like an Uber or lift or a taxi company those are typically curbed curb service you have to go meet them at the curb whereas our drivers are trained and the expectation is that they will meet our riders within. The senior communities that they live in or after front door and provide that assistance from the threatful all the way into the vehicle and then to their final destination whether it's at Church or at the reception desk for an appointment at doctor's office we have very little capital. We don't have a fleet of cars or minivans or wheelchair accessible vehicles. We contract out for those so that's more of that Gig kind of tech economy that we're using and then we use technology also to make sure all that works in concert in the twin cities we have partnerships with five senior living communities so the market that we're building has actually there. It's one that's invisible to a lot of companies out there whether it's Uber lift because they're underserved seniors and people with disabilities want to be out they have this huge pent up demand for getting a ride for having mobility options but the supply of that service is an out there and that's what we're feeling. We're filling that gap. That's John Donne C._E._O.. Of Mobility for all that's four as in the number four by the way don't says he hopes to expand the company beyond the Minneapolis Saint Paul area in twenty twenty and now for some related links more. Services are popping up to provide ridesharing focused on accessibility tech crunch reports on May mobility which is developing electric vehicles that travel at low speeds and our wheelchair accessible. The design allows wheelchair users to stay in their chairs rolling up rams to enter the vehicles and there's no testing shows they need to make some adjustments like longer rams to make it easier to board still company hopes to make its shuttles operational in Columbus grand rapids and providence soon food. How did the whole Gig economy thing takeoff Yahoo? Finance has an interview with the founder of cash grab it service connects freelance laborers with customers who need health and developed back when we weren't used to the idea of using an APP to a higher some ordinary Schmo task grab. It didn't go the I._P._O.. Route was instead acquired by here in two thousand seventeen another thing that sets it apart from Uber lift than the like it was profitable when it made the decision to sell as a driver for Uber or lift. You've got to worry about keeping a ratings up. Hope no one Ralph's in the backseat nowadays though you also need to worry about becoming an unwitting accomplice to a crime Newsweek lists a few instances of rideshare rideshare as getaway driver including one where a new uber driver had no idea his writer was holding up a gas station. You only figured it out when the cops came to his house and arrested him he was released but man gotta hope he got a good tip from the writer Ryder Right Jed Kim and that's marketplace tech. 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"saint paul minnesota" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Saint Paul, Minnesota have not yet made it through. And then there's a shortage of space for what grain does make it through with some elevators refusing to take more green, because their full officials say they cannot yet estimate how much the flooding has cost farmers and shippers Martin ABC news, Saint Louis lands, winning this year's Eurovision contest held in Tel Aviv. The star of the contest watched by two hundred million people, Madonna. Here's ABC's, Danny Miller and Jerusalem. Madonna said she was planning a surprise for fans and she delivered with a rule breaking political message during her Eurovision performance in Tel Aviv during her new single few. Future, the Queen of pop had two of her dancers walk arm in arm up a long staircase on their backs. One more the Israeli flag. The other opposed Indian flag. The apparent message of coexistence and peace applauded online by some viewers, but others called it inappropriate and useless Giordano Miller, ABC news Jerusalem. This is ABC news. Hey, Sean Hannity, and you are listening to news ninety six five WDBO where Orlando turns for breaking news, weather, and traffic, twenty hours a day. Whether plucking boy, Southey steel appliance warehouse, calm and quiet for the first part of the day, upper sixties right around sunrise today, then as we go through the afternoon, it gets hot ninety light southeast breeze. The clouds build most areas stay dry, but there is a slight chance for a stray shower during the afternoon from channel nine eyewitness news. I'm meteorologist, George Waldenberger. Now SafeTouch Security triple team traffic. I four westbound at John Young a crash blocking several lanes. Traffic has completely slowed down is backed up to OBT fairly moving it all you're going to want to get off, as soon as.
"saint paul minnesota" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Is Saint Paul Minnesota. Minnesota again, number six, Washington, DC number five is Madison Wisconsin number four San Francisco. Hey, look at this number three, Minneapolis. Minnesota. Seattle comes in at number two. And number one as we said Arlington Virginia, the fittest city in the country now as for the least fit states, Oklahoma City is once again at the bottom of the list, thanks to higher levels of smoking, obesity and people with high blood pressure. Let's see how many of these cities delve into deep fried cooking. All right here, we go number ten Corpus Christi, Texas barbecue. Their number nine is Arlington. Texas number eight Detroit. Michigan number seven is Bakersfield, California surprise number six Louisville Kentucky number five is Indianapolis Indiana, number four Toledo Ohio Clinger's going to be very bummed out of number three is Tulsa, Oklahoma number two north Las Vegas away from the strip correct? And number one is Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the least fit city, did you check providence? I checked providence. Ron, and I have to tell you. They looked at the one hundred largest cities. They didn't look at us. We didn't. We didn't rank not good at all. Looks like Toronto Canada really needs Batman right about now because guy Christina in full joker makeup was caught on camera stealing the tip jar from Toronto restaurant, the Russ restaurant, which is waffles and more caught the incident on camera posted it on Facebook. And they wrote summer is approaching and the fever back. I was waiting for Batman to save the day, but he did not show up. But that's the only place he hit. All right. So it says he's terrorizing Toronto restaurants. But that's the only one that caught them on camera. So the joker beware. Get the bat signal ready. See that's what it was. They didn't have. The worst Commissioner, Gordon when you need them at six thirty NewsRadio nine.
"saint paul minnesota" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Brooks heart in nineteen sixty meet him the most celebrated American hockey coach in history two decades later, but on August eleventh two thousand three in a single car accident a little bit of the Lake Placid miracle died with Herbert Paul Brooks on the hot hard asphalt of interstate thirty five in forest lake Minnesota as his casket descended down the steps of assumption Catholic church in Saint Paul Minnesota it passed under a curved canopy of hockey sticks raised up by his men teen eighty gold medal team. Many of those holding sticks were fighting tears and losing the fight. Herb Brooks, passing reminds us that human beings have a shelf life. It also reminds us that miracles do not and this miracle didn't happen on accident. I seen meal brought skating on a flooded rink in Roseau, Minnesota that his father got up at two AM to make in twenty five degrees below zero weather. I see John Harrington's late father Charles skipping over time at work to watch his kids games because his overtime would always be there. But the games would not. And then she him years later listening to John skate against the Russians from the cab locomotive. I'm vision. Margaret, Craig running her goaltender son. And all her other kids all over southeastern Massachusetts, a devotion that was absolutely unstinting until her cigarette habit. Caught up to her and cancer arrive. Behind every player. There are.
"saint paul minnesota" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The Avs getting set to take on the Minnesota wild tonight there in Saint Paul Minnesota is Tom right now for our pre game interview. And this evening Carter mcgahey is standing by with Tyson berry. Connor thanks for here. Tyson very little absence seven shots last night off to a slow start. But you guys got back to what change to about halfway through the second period. I think we just picked up the pace a little bit. I think we're ready for that game. And it just kind of stumbled out of the gates a little bit couple. A couple of mishandles the puck and just some weird things going on. And we were just weren't playing faster. So kind of panicked. We dressed in between periods. And then. It was obviously a great second half the game. I one of the talking points that uh schools like to talk about is getting involved in offense. And you guys really did that last night g gets going? You have three cysts have you guys engage from the blue line like that? I think it's a little more active. Russia when you can be the fourth man, Russian and. In and when. While you're trying to slide to the middle and just make yourself available and try to. And you do that in knowing when pinch pinch, and is is really a key to that. Or is it just sort of sense? I think it's the sense. I think you learned the long you fight early in my career. I was probably more prone to pension whenever I was sniffing any sort offense. Yeah. Now, you can you can see when you know, it's time to venture what am I dealing with your risk goes into it? But it's really of Minnesota wild tonight. It's a backtrack for you guys. Getting very late here to Minnesota about three o'clock in the morning. Go right to bed, and then you just sort of have the day off right enshrined restaurant back to backs. Not an easy thing to go through with. Yeah. It's. Wake up trying to get a little stretch in Nevada grab some pre game. And then just get some rest and get ready for a team interested in. Home. So. I don't think I in fact bacteria, obviously, not ideal. But I don't think it's the end of the world. So we'll be ready to go to nine hundred meeting between these two teams fans view this as a rivalry. Do you guys use? Yeah. Absolutely. I think since we played them in the playoffs. That was five years kind of turned into a bit of a bit of a rivalry. And it's always nice to beat up on soda especially in. Well, good luck tonight. Thanks for doing this. And we'll get back to back win. How about that? Sounds great. Tyson.
"saint paul minnesota" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Welcome to the show on radio. I'm your host Ardmore. Now, there's an animal shelter in Minnesota with almost a ninety seven percent placement rate for all the animals who come to their center. Now, that's quite a high percentage. But as you will learn on today's show, the people at this shelter are also Trail Blazers in the quest to bring out the best in pets under their care and improve their chances at landing forever homes now here to discuss taking a novel approach to shelter design at the animal humane society in Saint Paul Minnesota. We have Dr Graham Brayshaw say, hi, Dr Graham. Hello. Hello. Hello and behavioral live Hagan. Hey live. How you doing? I'm doing great. Thanks for having us. All right now, folks, raise your PA. If that great Ted on your lap or next to you right now, as you're listening to this show came from a shelter now as I say this I'm raising both hands because pet safety dog Kona and pet safety cat Casey are a pair of shelter alum. I adore. You can get great pets from shelters. So I want you all to call your pet over and get ready to discover what the shelter and Minnesota's doing to break the mold not the mole bike three mold a structure, mold and boost adoption rates. But first we have to pay for the show. So we gotta take a commercial break. You know, the thrill sit and stay. We'll be right back. Time for a pause for furry ones, actually, sit and state behave. We'll be right back. Molly..
"saint paul minnesota" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Hail from the animal humane society located in Saint Paul Minnesota. So I that we're to give pause and applause to Dr Graham Brayshaw he is the chief of veterinarian at this shelter and director of animal services. Can I just say welcome, Dr Graham, thank you for having me. I really appreciate the time to be on your show. All right. And joining him is live Hagen. Now. I gotta say I love your background live. You are currently the behavior modification and rehabilitation manager shoe at the animal humane society, but life for you has literally been a zoo you've been a trainer at Susan Memphis in Chicago, right? Yes. Yes. It definitely has. So that was kind of my past life. Was working in the zoo failed. So I started off as a marine mammal trainer in Chicago. I work with dolphins seals and sea lions. And then I spent a couple of years down in Memphis where I continued to work with sea lions and also worked with a variety of large carnivores, so bears wolves and some birds and a variety of animals any of them named Elvis it didn't work with any named Elvis. No, okay. I didn't know if Elvis left the pool. Okay. All right. So we're here today because a fellow member of cat writers named Mary tan reached out to me and said, you gotta check out what's going on at the animal humane society and Minnesota, and I'm like what? So I'm gonna let you start Dr Graham now people have a vision of what an animal shelter looks like particularly where you how's the dogs? But you guys decided to to be a little more creative. Yep. We're really trying to take a deep put a great a new look at how we how dogs and shelter. If you look at most shelters and honesty, you look at the majority of. Of of our shelters are dog space. It was all designed of how do you fit the most dogs into the smallest space possible to be able to house as many as he can? And then try and find homes for them. And while it is incredibly efficient when it comes to space. It's really not good when it comes to dogs and dogs trying to show their natural behaviors and dogs really trying to be themselves. So the the twist for taking on what we're looking at. It is how can you house dogs where they can basically be themselves or as close themselves as they can while they're in shelter dogs when they're in are they almost always will degrade over time their captain, usually it's a relatively small run. They get out some but most their time has been closed up they won interact with other dogs, but there's bears between them often to try and prevent disease transmission or just to make sure that there's no fighting, and it really takes toll on them, and we're trying to get to where the shelter stay. As is as close to a homestay homes are still the best. A place for these guys. But we want their time with us to be as good as possible. Well, that sounds good. You've touched a little bit about some of the, you know, health decline that can happen in if I could live what about the behavior aspect because these are social beings that you know, like the hang out, but as Dr Graham, so well put you don't wanna have dogfight. But on the other hand, there's a balance, right? Yeah. Absolutely. And so that social piece is something that dogs really miss out on in the shelter environment. And so we do really good job of providing food water shelter. Our veterinary team is really awesome. They do a super job on the medical side of things, but that ability to express normal behavior and reduce a lot of those stressful or anxiety behaviors that we see happen when dogs can hear and smell things going on but not see or interact with their environment. That's one of our freedoms that this new initiative touches honor those freedoms to express normal behavior and freedom from fear and distress, and we. We've done that accomplish that through this group housing prototype where dogs can actually interact then in a social environment. And I feel like I'm you guys are both on stage at the Academy Awards site. Do want to make sure that you acknowledge you have a CEO named Giral Dixon and a project manager for this and Johnson, did I do good for you. Both Gino is tells the one who be set this vision where we're going too and keeps us going. We're on track. If we get skewed a little way one way or the other. She puts us back on track very nicely and Johnson is the one that makes the really just makes it all work. You know, make sure that literally the right lights are on that everything is kept clean everything. She's not scrubbing cleaning much yourself. But making sure that everything really is moving in the right direction. Heck even on whites. We we do have three or four different banks the lights in there that we are testing out to find out the right kind of lighting for these dogs to see what really is the the best thing for their stay. Well, I do want folks to go to the animal. Humane society that Oregon you guys can check out some stuff, and you do have a publication. I'm looking at that just in your recent issue. I guess you you did profile. What's going on? Is there a Facebook page to we can assure our listeners. Oh, definitely there is a just look up animal humane society in Facebook, and we will be right there. All right and. You know, about animal humane society. I was like, wow one hundred and forty years. Plus, that's one of the oldest shelters, isn't it in the country. Don't know what the oldest shelter is out there. But yeah, no, we've been going since the late eighteen hundreds it it started with mostly horses and actually worked with kids has slightly evolved over the years to get to where it's mostly dogs and cats, but quite a few different companion animals cutting through as well. Well, I'm just trying to compute that in dog years, and I just can't go up that high, but you've been at the place awhile, right? Dr ram started in in two thousand twelve so not not too long. Al's been doing animal welfare for twenty thirty years. There's definitely people that put me to shame when it comes to long-term. But I've been here a good while what makes you say. Hey, I wanna do shelter medicine versus a family practice. I have my years in practice. I really enjoyed private practice, but it is very much one on one and the real limit of what you can do in private practice is the resources of that owner how much they have available to provide care for their animals in shelter. You are you're beholden to your organization in yourself. But really you are your own boss when it comes to how much you're trying to do with each animal. The great thing is if I find some way to cut a corner and make sure they get good care, but save a few bucks. Those few bucks goes right towards the care of the next animal so incredibly rewarding and let you talked about the fact that you know, in most shelters dogs waiting for their forever. Home are able to hear and smell to very very powerful. Senses. But. But they're not able to touch our see each other. What's going on here at the animal humane society? That's that's pulling back the curtain if you will in a safe way. Yeah. So what we have developed in. We're calling it a prototype because it is still in its testing. Phase. We're learning a whole lot from it to make sure that both people and animals are getting the most benefit out of it. And so what we have is a space where there's a common area, and then we have six different runs that. So we can accommodate up to six dogs in this housing prototype. And so at night for feeding and overnight when there is an attendant and the common area the dog spend the night then in their individual runs. But during the day, the dogs are out in the common area interacting with each other playing resting being enriched altogether. And so they can really they take social cues from each other. They can express those social behaviors when they're out in that common area that interacting with people. We have customers go in and interact with the dogs as well. And so. It's a much more enriching experience and much more enriching environment, and they can express social behaviors then because they're out all hanging out with each other throughout the day. So if I have a dog at home, this is a good way a litmus test if you will to see how this potential adoptee will do in my home because I'm getting to see firsthand how this dog gets along with two three and four leaguers. Yes, absolutely. It's a great way for potential adopters to see their potential new family member in a situation with other dogs in a social situation. Now, it's also really important that we're acknowledging that this environment isn't right for all dogs, and their stocks that are going to be successful in social environments with other dogs that art currently being housed in the habitat. And that's okay. Sometimes the environment is just not quite right for some dogs. And so we really want doctors to know that just because the dog isn't in the participating in the group housing doesn't mean they're not going to be a good fit for their household or they're not going to be a good fit for a social situation with other. But on the flip side of that. It is a really great way to see potential new family members interacting with other dogs. And Dr Graham, how long is this prototype than being tested, and what are some of the things you do to reduce any risk of any disease spreading, and or you know, having a dog bite another dog. I know we got rolling in early March and just past few weeks, we fully opened it up. Meaning that we have doctors in they're doing visitations in the habitat. So we've progressed over the past few months to really have it fully functional disease. Transmission wise, disease transmission in any sort of high density environments in a hospital in shelter even dog kennel. We know from previous research done. It's actually not the visitors and often not even just the animals themselves that actually transmit disease between each other. It's usually usually the staff are usually things water bowl things like that. I love the term. It's called the might as just one of my. I'm not a great worry probably fail spelling bee's. Oh, can you spell that? For us. F O M I T. Nice and simple. Dispel, it's. But it is it is whatever can carry some contagion. So a water bowl can be a foe might the carries a contagion for one dog to another. But what we found is that really having these dogs together does not significantly increase the risk of disease transmission. And this is our preliminary approach we will definitely build good metrics into its study at down the road to ensure that what we're seeing right now is it is true is validated. But there's also the stress side of things..
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"News now on, ten ten wins Flags are flying half staff of the White House and the capital, following the death of Senator John McCain the Vietnam war hero President Trump is tweeting that his, deepest sympathies go out to the, McCain John McCain's family Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer will introduce a resolution to rename. The senate's Russell office, building after him, in, a statement tonight Senator Schumer said quote nothing, will overcome the loss of Senator, McCain but so that generations remember him I will be introducing a resolution. To rename the Russell, building after him, here's Senator John McCain delivering his acceptance speech at the Republican as the Republican nominee for president at the Republican national. Convention in September two, thousand and eight this isn't Saint Paul Minnesota Here is Senator. John McCain speaking about the impact of his diagnosis in an. Appearance on, ABC's the view on October twenty third. 2017 does make you appreciate. Every minute of every hour of every day we should also thank God for every minute because we're blessed, we're brush to be on the raiders Asian on earth morning begins in Arizona his Jonathan Karl, Arizona governor Doug Ducey has now, ordered all flags in Arizona it'll be lowered to half staff in honor and remembrance. Of John McCain Ducey, writing in a, tweet, may God rest his soul and look over, his entire family he says quote, our state and nation more in together for more on Senator John McCain's. Life had to ten, ten wins dot, com gunfire outside of a Harlem housing project in the overnight hours fight escalated a teenager was killed and two others. Wounded was a good, kid That's how Dorothy, Neil describe your nineteen year old brother who just died in. A hail, of, bullets outside the Carver houses the NYPD says to other teams were wounded one of them suspected gang member the victim's. Sister, says cops should patrol the houses at night when most. Of the, violence takes place make the streets safe. Cops patrol here all day And soon as they leave something happened The sister of the victim says her brother was not a gang member and police always assume, shootings here are gang-related drew Scott ten, ten wins, in Harlem wins news time ten. Forty five from. The. WFAN sports desk here's Mike McCann okay modique the Yankees had trouble, with the Orioles, much of the. Season, but not today sunny great pitch well working with the lead Brett Gardner. Doubled leading off the game at scored the very first one in route to a five one victory in the nightcap earlier Gardner had one. Of four Yankee homers as they powder the os tend. To three here is the one one.
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"Police in Saint Paul Minnesota released body Cam footage that shows a man was armed with a gun. Before officers shot and killed him during an early morning confrontation with Saint Paul police chief Todd axel says officer involved shootings like this are. Always heart wrenching to everyone involved says this incident, occurred I've met with family members. Of Mr Hughes I've met with our officers And. I met with our community What I can tell you that everyone is. Deeply deeply affected by this tragedy state, investigators are still reviewing the incident but chief facts toll took the unusual step of releasing the body Cam footage before the probe is complete saying during a news conference before showing the video to reporters that the shooting has generated widespread rumors and falsehoods that could erode public, trust and police in place officers endangered Texas juries awarded more than two hundred forty two million dollars to a Dallas area family who sued Toyota over what they say were defective, front seats in their Lexus sedan causing them to, collapse on their two young children seated in child safety seats in the back and giving them severe head. Trauma and other injuries Kofi Annan the world's most celebrated diplomat in charismatic symbol of the United Nations who rose through the ranks to become the first black African secretary. General has died in nineteen Ninety-six and instead he had a lot of goals as he took on the job of the UN secretary general let Us make change our. Ally not an enemy sees it as an opportunity not not recognize the test necessity not an imposition and in had been battling some health issues recently.
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"From former coast to coast host. Dave Schrader Dave is at the. Hospital in Saint Paul Minnesota Minneapolis Rather. With his daughter at this very moment she is suffering from serious complications from type one. Diabetes he's, been told the next twelve hours are critical, so please Send your prayers and angels. To Dave and his daughter Ripley they really need. You now You know, when it comes to anniversaries I'm the guy that is. Either too late or too early and. We're going to commemorate to anniversaries tonight, this morning the first one is several weeks late the other is a, few weeks, early but both deserve serious. Discussion back in late June of nineteen eighty eight Lee county. South Carolina seventeen year old local Christopher Davis claimed his car was. Damaged by a creature he, described as green, Westlake about seven feet tall had three fingers red is skin. Lak- lizard snake like scales Coverage by newspapers and, media resulted in increased attention for his claims local businesses. Began selling lizard man t-shirts and the. Local chamber of commerce encourage the media, attention as good for the community the increase in newspaper and media publicity, prompted further, reports of sightings and the. Area soon became a tourist attraction for visitors and hunters local. Radio station w. c. o. s. offered a one million dollar reward. To anybody who could capture, the creature alive An August fifth of that year Kenneth or an airman stationed at Shaw air force base filed a police. Report alleging that he had encountered the lizard man on highway fifteen and he had shot and wounded it he presented several scales in, a, small quantity of blood. Is, evidence or recanted his account two days later when he was arraigned for unlawfully carrying a pistol and a misdemeanor offense of filing a false police report according to or you'd hoax deciding in order. To keep a story about the, lizard, man in circulation reports of the, creature gradually declined at the end of the summer. Local law enforcement officials speculated the sightings were likely to have been caused by a bear oh come on a bear well a little. More than thirty years after the first lizard man's citing crypto investigator Lyle Blackburn is here to give us the low Down on the lizard man Now on this next, one I'm a bit early but no matter, in a. Couple of weeks August sixteenth do? You remember where you were will Mark the forty first anniversary, of the death of Elvis Presley the king of rock. And roll now not, long after the king's death we suddenly became obsessed with the possibility that e somehow managed to fake his own demise His bloated, corpse was. Found face down in the shade? Carpeting of his bathroom at Graceland we're told it couldn't have, been him Elvis must have been part of a federal. Witness protection program of, course Elvis sightings flipping burgers at Burger King in Kalamazoo became the punchline and countless jokes But my guest in the final three. Hours says it's high time we quit pretending Elvis faked his. Death let's, stop, this, nonsense he's not alive it's high time, we start looking for his killer Stephen you Benei the author of who murdered Elvis the true story they don't want you to know he's blown the lid, off the murder. And, says the city of Memphis itself does not care to, know the truth about the death of its most famous citizen will walk you through all, the, evidence, in, hours, two three and four now the. Bumper music for the entire night. Is of, course Elvis pillar to post except for the last song from the patron Saint of late night radio miss Kim Kearns hope you enjoy the mix tape I've put together for you tonight this morning. My, all time favorite Elvis, socks, in the summer of nineteen eighty. Eight and terrifying. Creature began haunting the woods. And little towns of league, anti South Carolina crypto investigator Lyle Blackburn joint joins, me next come. On in, weary traveler hang your cloak. On a pig grab. A stool come. Gather round the. Fire there are stories to be He, told, and you are among France I'm. Richard Sarah this. Is coast to coast AM. Why don't you stay awhile Tired of the same old same old. On cable news well you can find some relief it's, called Newsmax TV it's. America's fastest growing news channel in. America it's now in fifty million cable homes on direct TV. Dish files and Uber's I, watch it all the time I like it Newsmax, TV not, only gives. Me the stuff the big media doesn't report but I find out, the latest.
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"Greasy spoon just. Off the, interstate. And your cabin in, the woods welcome to coast to coast AM I'm Richard Sarah and tonight this. Morning We are coming to you live from. Coast Toronto, Canada affiliate, in-depth radio news, talk ten ten. Before we get started an urgent appeal for your prayers from former coast to coast. Host Dave Schrader Dave is at. The hospital in, Saint Paul Minnesota Minneapolis Rather. With his daughter at this very moment she is suffering from serious complications from type one. Diabetes he's, been told the next twelve hours are critical, so please Send your prayers and angels. To Dave and his daughter Ripley they really need. You now You know, when it comes to anniversaries I'm the guy that is. Either too late or too early and. We're going to commemorate to anniversaries tonight, this morning the first one is several weeks late the other is. A few, weeks early but both deserve. Serious discussion back in late June of nineteen Eighty-eight Lee county. South Carolina seventeen year old local Christopher Davis claimed his car was damaged. By a creature he described as green west like, about seven feet tall had three fingers red is skin like. A lizard snake like scales Coverage by newspapers, and media resulted in increased attention for his claims local. Businesses began selling lizard Mantilla shirts and. The local chamber of commerce encourage the, media attention as good for the community the increase in newspaper and. Media publicity, prompted further reports of sightings. And the area soon became a tourist attraction for visitors and. Hunters local radio station w. c. o. s. offered a one million dollar. Reward to anybody who could capture the creature alive An August fifth of that year Kenneth or an airman stationed at Shaw air force base filed. A police report alleging that he had encountered the lizard man on highway fifteen and he had shot and wounded it He presented several scales and a small quantity of blood is. Evidence or recanted his account two days later when he was arraigned for unlawfully carrying a pistol and a misdemeanor offense of filing a false police report according to orient hoax deciding in order. To, keep his story but. The, lizard man in circulation reports of the creature gradually declined at the end of. The summer local law enforcement officials speculated the sightings we're likely to have, been, caused by a bear oh come, on a bear well a little more, than thirty years after the first lizard man citing crypto investigator Lyle Blackburn is here to give us, the low down on the lizard. Man Now on this next one I'm a bit early but no matter in a couple of weeks August sixteenth do you remember where you were will Mark the forty first anniversary of. The, death of Elvis Presley. The, king of rock and roll now not long after the king's death we suddenly. Became obsessed with the possibility that e somehow managed to fake his own demise His, bloated corpse. Was found face down and they? Shag carpeting of his bathroom at Graceland we're told the couldn't, have been him Elvis must've been part of a federal. Witness protection program of, course Elvis sightings flipping burgers the Burger King and Kalamazoo became the punchline in countless jokes But. My guest in the final three hours. Says it's high time we quit pretending Elvis faked his. Death let's, stop, this, nonsense he's. Not alive it's high time we start looking for his killer Stephen you Benei the. Author of who murdered Elvis the true story they, don't want you. To know, he's blown the lid off. The murder and says. The city of. Memphis itself does. Not care to know the truth About the death of its most famous citizen will, walk, you, through, all, the evidence in hours two three. And four now the bumper music. For the, entire night is of course Elvis pillar to post except for the last song from the patron Saint of late night radio miss Kim Kearns hope you enjoy the mix tape I've put together for. You, tonight this morning my, all, time favorite Elvis socks in the. Summer of nineteen. Eighty eight at terrifying creature. Began haunting the woods and little towns of league anti South. Carolina crypto, investigator. Lyle Blackburn joint joins me next. Come on in weary traveler? Hang, your cloak on a pig grab a stool, come gather round. The fire there are stories to be told and you are among France I'm Richard, Sarah this is coast to coast AM why don't you stay awhile.
"saint paul minnesota" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The exit wounds as large as an orange and watch how our bodies can turn graveyard into a garden from beneath the soil we become the plants become the flowers and the rain and the sunlight and then the sun itself how we bear fruit in a country that loves us less than a loaded gun there is a mexican proverb that says they tried to bury us they didn't know we were seats and there have been almost as many mass shootings in the united states this year as there have been days an orange tree grown from seed takes approximately fifteen years to blossom and after an entire generation grows up in the shadows of school shootings when active shooter drills are as normal and as frequent as matt's tests what's shocking about the never again movement is not that it's happening but that it took so long for us to start three columbine as a bell shaped pastel flower the word columbine comes from the latin word for dove away to make peace in a country that tears itself to pieces for the nra describes itself as america's oldest civil rights organization it was formed in eighteen seventy one the same year congress passed the ku klux act a piece of legislation intended to suppress the kkk on july six two thousand sixteen philander casteel was murdered by a police officer in saint paul minnesota after informing the officer he had a firearm in the car the nra did not say anything in response instead they chose to make martyrs of murderers until it was record that skipped for every year i'm old enough to remember called the mentally ill until we asked for better mental healthcare told us to be silent told us to be silent told us to be three abolution airy study on columbine showed the way their sizes can vary based solely on a change in a single cell shape quote the suggests that a simple microscopic change can result in dramatic morphological variation is by empirical analysis and scientific method therefore that we can assume a voice a simple microscopic change in a field of columbine could result in a morphological variation significant enough to create a country that refuses to watch children die in their own school and that's tuesday seventeen should they ever come for us next and bring our bodies back to the soil from which we came tell them we are a forest fire tell them we will burn the gardens and build new ones over and over and over again until we can live in a world without gun violence tell them we are here breathing alive still.
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"The exit wounds as large as an orange and watch how our bodies can turn graveyard into a garden from beneath the soil we become the plants become the flowers and the rain and the sunlight and then the sun itself how we bear fruit in a country that loves us less than a loaded gun there is a mexican proverb that says they tried to bury us the didn't know we were seats and there have been almost as many mass shootings in the united states this year as there have been days an orange tree grown from seed takes approximately fifteen years to blossom and after an entire generation grows up in the shadows of school shootings active shooter drills are as normal and as frequent as math tests what's shocking about the never again movement is not that it's happening but that it took so long for us to start three a columbine is a bell shaped pastel flower the word columbine comes from the latin word for dove away to make peace in a country that tears itself to pieces for the nra describes itself as america's oldest civil rights organization it was formed in eighteen seventy one the same year congress passed the ku klux act a piece of legislation intended to suppress the kkk on july six two thousand sixteen philander casteel was murdered by a police officer in saint paul minnesota after informing the officer he had a firearm in the car the nra did not say anything in response instead they chose to make martyrs of murderers until it was a record that skipped for every year i'm old enough to remember called the mentally ill until we asked for better mental healthcare told us to be silent told us to be silent told us to be three and abolution airy study on columbine showed the way their sizes can vary based solely on a change in a single cell shape quote this suggests that a simple microscope exchange can result in a dramatic morphological variation is by empirical analysis and scientific method therefore that we can assume a voice a simple microscopic change in a field of columbine could result in a morphological variation significant enough to create a country that refuses to watch children die in their own school and that's tuesday seventeen should they ever come for us next and bring our bodies back to the soil from which we came tell them we are a forest fire tell them we will burn in the gardens and build new ones over and over and over again until we can live in a world without gun violence tell them we are here breathing alive still.
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"His own daniel guest do of saint paul minnesota faces one count of attempting to flee or lewd traffic in this incident of criminal complaints as deputies with the racine county sheriff's office attempted to stop the greyhound buses it traveled on i ninety four into racine county following the boss which failed to stop through canola county and into illinois where it finally stopped two point two five miles into the state of illinois the complaint says deputies squads had their lights on their sirens activated the deputies were joined by the wisconsin state patrol and deputies with the kenosha county sheriff's department so they're all of these and there there there's pictures of it they're all of these cars lights going following this bus pulling up alongside the moss when it was finally stopped the bus driver said yeah i saw leah i i didn't stop because i thought it was a training exercise it's a good cover the complaint the complaint notes that the squad's following the bus were position to be visible to the bus driver the complaint said that a sergeant noted that she was able to shine her spotlight right into the driver's side mirror of the boston onto the bus driver the bus driver looked at her and she clearly went paul over speeds during the pursuit range from forty nine miles to seventy miles an hour involving the bus moving to the far right lane three lanes of southbound trough traffic blocked as a result and they were they were following and trying to pull him over because there had been complaints that there'd been a threat made to one of the passengers and somebody on the bus called the car.
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"I don't wanna see that that's very true that's very true i mean just make your own decisions scorsese said the horrible idea they reinforces that every picture every image is there to be instantly judged and dismissed without giving the audience this time to see it that now what you said your rate will no longer be able to join james taylor and his all star band due to an unexpected medical situation that requires immediate attention following her annual physical it was determined that she needs to schedule some surgery soon the prognosis is good and a full recovery is expected great took to her face but to share a message with fans and says i'm deeply sorry to disappoint my fans james and colleagues with these cancellations i was so looking forward to our tour but i am grateful that the doctors feel this can be taken care of with surgery she joined back up with a tour starting in saint paul minnesota at the center that's awesome the surgery part but the fact that it's a good prognosis so and on tv tonight we have the voice it's elimination night that'll be an nbc the first season finale of la debates on fox and the stand ups bash special john mullany kid gorgeous at radio city that just premiered on netflix that is the latest dirt here from my talk for more stories like these and everything entertainment head on over to my talk one one dot com dirt alert updates at the top of every hour plus get extended dirt alerts at eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty hour and.
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"Here at the guinea sanford premier center bulldogs jumped on air force all over the falcons in the first period and took a to nothing lead and that's how it stood till late in the third falcons got a power play goal to make it to one and then he got interesting from there but air force just ran out of time tonight and the falcons were unable to tie this game gives themselves a chance to win it into overtime and so it'll be the bulldogs of minnesota of minnesota duluth who will move onto the ncaa frozen four at saint paul minnesota and the excel center it's time for today's iron manner the game award but before we do that we got a little audio we're going to try to play it back for you from down in the press room and this is frank serotonin just a few minutes ago addressing the media and season and you know we we came together in the tournament a door and out we came together at the right time just again for the third time one goal away from from from getting to that to that throws and four but it wasn't because we didn't try wasn't because we didn't play well give the credit for their star and out we slow them down we made a game of it and anybody that's watching that watch this game tonight if you're in america you can't help but bucket sandblast glasgow spies are going to be defending our freedom coach states let's hear from those guys questions now kyle hakin and then looking coach the history for her pile up in that second third grade and you guys started to start tacking you on beat defensively how difficult was you guys not get in front but but get bodies and six to the front of the net in front shepherd awesome offensively how much got a clogging things while brought there.
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"Saint paul minnesota where i live where the city is still trying to figure out of hosting the super bowl was really good idea for the city you're not because a pole of visitors found about a quarter of the feno no interest ever again visiting the twin cities in winter this after experiencing belowzero temperatures are in much of the super bowl week the game was in a heated heated the arena but well that's been a lot of time outside one thing for sure the state and city certainly made out they collected taxes from the eagles and patriots paychex it's a rule here from the time the teams landed on january twenty eight they left on february fourth players and coaches were subject to state and local income taxes each player in the winning team earns one hundred ninety one thousand for playing loses got a hundred and 35 though more than seven percent of that will go immediately to minnesota tax coffers at doesn't include the tax so pay on their regular contract day the regular pay they get during those seven days they spent in minnesota got to tell you if i were pro football guy robert marya i'd i'd want those who proposed be held him states with no income tax like nevada or florida texas they look a lot more tractor lester that's a big issue allsports much as football player all in particular by i did see something of the hotels were happy as i believe the stat was something moran ninety nine percent occupancy rate during super bowl i don't know why that while the one percent was wasn't full but in the race huge you're exactly they made an awful lot of many dealers rate up charts a good luck to the general manager or the program dorota save there the gentle manner the hotels trying to match they numbers next year for pasture but they made me feel all transfers going on we're are trying to become deputy trying to come get me too busy to have dinner in the east coast them just worried that uh my my pale be tax during the two days on there on who had pipped that's got him yet they call them duty day is there something the daily round playing at none of them practice day amount the money on in my pocket where we have come up mary irate for our two of our weekly travel get together today we will head over to.