23 Burst results for "San Miguel"
US Open Day 14 - Thiem at last; Zverev devastated
"I'M ALMOST THERE CAN BE A. A third I've just called the name of mine wrong. What was it called ready What's his real name? I'm on my second bid David. Leads you've just opened third Tonia. Catherine. It's an Aq-. It's an Eq-. Right okay. So. Yeah. I'm drinking San Miguel apparently others call semi Guel. Not to worry about three of them. We've just watched the men's singles final. It is the sort of final that makes me feel like I've had about five days. Even if I haven't because it's. A meandering delirious. I don't really know how to sum it up. It was just but. Yeah I'm slightly worried that the match is just a big blur in my mind and I'm going to struggle to talk about what actually happened. I can remember very strongly the feeling of it happening and how I felt watching it. I think that will be etched into my mind forever because it was one of those matches by the end I was just so an egg tense for both players A. But trying to rationalize what happened might be quite a difficult task I think. Is a bit light last year's final when ref on the Dow lead two sets to love and a break. And that looked over and then suddenly it was in a fifth set is it bit lineup? No. I didn't think. It was follow quality I would say. I thought I thought. was really good like the whole time. This one was patchy. But the idea of it being not that interesting because looking like going to be a straight sets win. And then suddenly you don't want the match to end and you wanted to go on forever in that sense, it was similar. But I don't think quality-wise or. Sort of the reasons for why ended up being such a dramatic match were that similar tall I also think that Medvedev's comeback last year was completely unexpected I think again somebody like. Nidal or not somebody like against Nidal, if love down in your first Grand Slam final. Very few people are predicting away back I think even at sets breakdown today. People will. I think most people watching. Were waiting dominate team to wake up and. Waiting for something that felt like, surely, it has to happen surely at some stage today even if it's only. A small research and see and I am a break back pushing the set to a tiebreak. Winning a set. People were waiting to see the real. Dominic team. It felt. It felt like only a matter of time whether he could get it together. In time. Before it was either. But for me, that was quite crucial difference in how this one felt. Lost felt I will remember this match I think in the long run for the final set and for the final set tiebreak but. You can't have that without the other stuff that comes before just two guys. So, let's talk about that talk about the start of the match. And how we it was. It was weird. It was I mean festival Amazon deserve. Totally, different men to the guy who came out against public arena buster looked. Just, totally paralyzed with nerves and unable to play his normal game. He looked free now there for those first two sets, he looked languid he has. He has a languid power. Unlike, anybody else I think when you he said of generates speed of shot whether it's the serve of one hundred and seventy seven miles now or four hundred. That's kind of hit the back fence without you realizing he's actually hit it that hard. I don't think anybody else gives me that. kind of feeling out on the circuit of the moment you can. I can feel the power of everybody else is almost a slight of hand the way he does it, but he was timing the ball way way better and also the intent was there and he was coming into the net I mean the statistics on his net approaches. I think after a sense set in half to gone to the net twenty times. And with some success, he looks uncomfortable at the net, but he was just playing. The odd. So masters using his six foot six inches his wingspan. Great. Get into the net. And Dominic team was absolutely awful.
Luke James: Not 'Chi' About Singing
"Everybody welcome to the show. Yeah. After new years. Twenty two hundred eighty. Downsize you getting rid of some stuff? You getting rid of stuff. That's usually my wife stuff that I want. To tell her that you're getting rid of it. Most of the time I don't most of the time what I say is. Do we need this thing? I say in a very high pitch? Yes, and does she look at and go ways? What are you doing? You know that's precious. We need that. I'm GONNA fix that. She says I'm going to fix that Oh we need this. I'm going fix that. Yeah, and then just slowly. You just move it further and further out of the room until it's in the basement, and then once everybody's forgotten about because garbage. I'm just trying to get rid of stuff in my inbox. I am trying to unsubscribe from every store and yes, you're nodding your head because you have too many emails. Can we agree that it's easier to get a divorce than unsubscribe from a mailing list Oh my God. Why is that so hard? I bought a bath mat. You from you once. You know we're not in a real relationship. Okay, but every time you're like I gotta get out of here. There's an exit interview super desperate. Why are you leasing? Why are you leaving, too? Many messages is by content relevant. Do you not recall signing up I? Recall I recall. Our special guest is singer actor model Luke. Luke James for beyond say technically I'm opening for him so technically I've opened for beyond say. And you guys by third degree have seen beyond say in a bar in Brooklyn so. Well done everybody Luke. James is very impressive, but I think the most impressive thing about him is that he looks fantastic in a bucket hat. You can't do that. Not everyone can do that if I put on a bucket hat I looked like a Combo of blossom and a sad fishermen all right. They should call bucket hats, what they are good for the really really young or very very old. People have described Luke James's music as the perfect music to make out to. You know what I like hearing when I make out. Applause. Just a slow sarcastic clap. That's it. I'm ready to French people. During this I say okay I'm ready to. And I say people because I usually have a few possibilities lined up. Just don't WANNA I don't WanNa. Cut off any up. Sometimes. Things just change, and you never know so. We have four brilliant contestants their backstage right now, determining how many self help books one needs to read before they can consider themselves helped. And one of them will be our big winner and the other three combine other book. Let's play some games, everybody. Our first contestants will play a game about cities original names I call it. Where in the world is Carmen San Miguel? I up Sarah Sand Cooler. YOU'RE A lab technician at the Columbia University Medical Center. I am all right. You recently moved your lab from Rochester to Columbia. So and you were saying you were finding really weird things. People left behind I was so. We're moving into moved into temporary lab space, which people apparently sort of took an excuse to just abandon all the stuff they didn't want which included refrigerator doors filled with human is. Humanize. So what do you do with leftover is? Call the Bio Hazardous Waste Disposal People. Yeah, and they show up and they take them away. Yes, thankfully. To well. That's good. Where are they? All right so when you ring in, we'll hear this. Your opponent is Paul Alexander from. Toronto Ontario where you are a criminal defense lawyer. That is true. Paul, you are in the Guinness Book of World Records. Yeah Okay, how why? I'm in a band and our band somehow got involved in what is now in the Guinness Book of world, records as the longest ever concert by multiple artists. Okay, so wait a second. So what did you have to fulfil well? There were eighteen and a quarter days of continuous music. Each band had a one hour set. There could be no more than five minutes between bands, and I think no more than thirty seconds between songs in a band set, and you had to go a certain number of songs before there could be a repeat. What time did your Ben? Play we got the six PM slot on the last day. That's the best. And, we're the people in the audience. Yeah, it was crammed. I mean the was the size of this stage, so it was going to be crammed even if it's not just the members of the band that sounds
"san miguel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Everything about okay holder for San Miguel and how hard we will certainly part of the order is we are encouraging the local health departments to do what they need to do with regard to commute to the to situation on the bracket the ground there's been this effective kind of stayed home order the closure retail stores in Colorado for over a week in counties like San Miguel Gunnison other counties have added it like picking in Denver this is now a state wide deep because of the confusion around jurisdictions because the people who live in one area commute to another and not knowing what they're supposed to do because of the conflicting actions that are taken and also because of the controversy around the way that the tri county action was taken we want to set that aside and people can talk about whether the what they did was correct or how they did it or how they wanted them to do it but what we really want to say unambiguously is stay home whenever possible for every Coloradan to save lives we'll get a phone question please hold I'm wondering what the hell did you contract beyond state officials on file okay what people do well working wonderfully what we have course you're seeing over a thousand cases in Colorado we're also looking at the different data that's available meditate up which means data through data partners that include things like people that are moving around with cell phones and how much they're moving when people are paying to real time traffic data the department of transportation is able to provide so various sources of metadata including some that have been reported on by New York times and others some of which are available through subscriptions that we are increasingly refined our ability to integrate into our state model to find out what the real impact is of the social distancing measures but the bottom line is I don't have the comfort level did the existing extreme measures that we've taken to date are enough device the time we need to save lives here in Colorado you.
"san miguel" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"The news from San Miguel Day had been dramatic remarkable here. It was in the state attorney. General A months-long kidnapping solve with an arrest. The kidnappers demanded large ransoms. That must be paid in. Us dollars but was this. The Revolutionary Group. Eduardo have been told about again and again no. This was a Chilean national. A resident of San Miguel and his kidnapping business appeared to be freelance for the money the kidnapper had been charged with abducting this resident of San Miguel. Her finger was cut off during her ordeal Eduardo. Now living in Washington. Dc suburb heard of the arrest from Mexican newspaper reporter. I work for reformer in. I don't know you aware they grab in San Miguel. A Very Dangerous Kidnapper. Then we really seriously think that he's the same guy. Then grab you wait. His kidnaper now had no and so did we was a true so November two thousand nineteen more than a decade since he'd been taken we took him with us to San Miguel to find an answer that suddenly mattered a great deal indeed reporters Veronica Espinosa and Anna lose police report extensively on the kidnappings in San Gal. How many kidnappings were there in San Diego in the last ten years the ten kidnappings that I know of looking and in every case naked in a box the starvation the extortion methods all were the same and bit by bit? This peaceful and prosperous colonial town became fearful ten noise slums. The people don't have the same trust. They once had in this paradise but now by all appearances they got him the person behind it all styles. There were a series of statements made by federal authorities and from the State Attorney General's office that said if he wasn't fact the leader of all these kidnappings including edouard does after he was caught. The kidnapping stopped analyst. Took us to the place. We kidnapper was apprehended. Tight story as a Cabbie who was paid ten times the fair to deliver a package that felt disturbing and what he failed a package. You was like something. Really strange in their inside was the finger of the kidnapped woman and a ransom letter but cabbie could see the man who gave him. The package in the money was tailing him. Tactic came along and Parton but just stopgap. Here's something right where you see the upcoming. Yeah does where he came. The CABBIE was terrified. Hurry he begged the police. The police told him to just pull up. Like you're putting the shirt and the car and does what they they came in. The cops arrested the man but had no idea yet who he was and well. They figured it out. That man made a phone call to this modern suburban apartment on the outskirts of San Mateo. Nancy was kept three months in this house. Right in a resident. I mean very suburban looking place right right where for months. The kidnapper and his confederates had been holding that french-american woman naked starving a wooden box. A cell. The details so similar to admire does case so they had. They would around and they had settled like plastic than kills the sound. Sort of like in A. How do you call that Lake? Soundproofing secrets cream and not be her. That's right and the kidnappers phone call from. The gas station was to his confederate in their Gabe link alcohol so he set the criminal said Tell Carlos to clean the box So one hour later start walking by herself. It just let it go that medical risk to farther out beyond the suburbs to this brightly. Colored country has surrounded by acres acres of privacy. Here she said was where the kidnapper lived a solidly Middle Class Life. And if I close my eyes when we were coming on on on on the Right now on the way here is very similar what I felt the cobblestones cobblestones. And all that as we approached it. Barda was tents was this where he was held although seven and a half months a decade ago. She's certain than with. When the time I was captured. He owned this house and nobody else was leaving here so that that's a great possibility that every year I can recognize. Wow we really really looks like these the blaze my friends all right. This is incredible. The property derelict has been long abandoned. Eduardo scarred the floor plan based on sounds he heard in captivity. What's it like to be an air? Knowing that it could be the put it will feel like like finding treasure because just gnawing. Who didn't these guys kept me here. And all that offense and other level in my mind this is the place but you know I'm not hundred percent shooting. I'm going to do Wi- on because after few months they changed me to another box and what I remember very clearly is a we walk in the same second floor for a while so this is pretty small very small off then. We saw it in the dust of this abandoned place. Look at this picture of him and his wife This is a picture of kidnaper. Now that's the main guy. We found on the floor in the electric bill with his name on. And that's him and his wife seeing kissing her. The words go with these grainy pictures the the identity. The persons were like a knife in the heart. The betrayal like no other coming up. I don't even WANNA faces. I don't want anything to do with them. Eight heart-stopping realization. The man who kidnapped was very close to home. That's too much. Logistics.
"san miguel" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"The first note of this. Summer's Olympic Games get underway shortly with the flame ceremony at the ancient sites of the Games on. Mount Olympus in Greece flaming torch then travel around Japan before it lands in Tokyo Delight Open. This year's Olympic Games historian and guide you'll on Costa lives in the heart of Greeks in petrous. She joins US now on travel. With Rick Steves examined the meaning behind the Olympic torch. Thousands of years ago when the Olympics were held in Olympia. There was no Olympic flame ceremony. No torch relay nothing like that. Fire was always very important to the people Prometheus was long stole the fire from the Gods. He brought it to the humans. Zeus got angry with him and there was a gold. This goddess hastier one of them important goddesses of ancient mythology. She was worshipped in trains. But also every sanctuary every home of the ancient Greek Times had hearth she was the goddess of hearth and in sanctuaries the priests. They made sure that the flame was always burning. There was an oil candle and that was the dedicated to her. So those ancient times that was the ancient times it was a symbol of justice it was a symbol of equality between the people. And you know when the greatest ablest colonies around the Mediterranean Sea. They were taking torch which was lead by a fire from the heart of the sanctuary of their city taking these flame with them all around the Mediterranean Sea and this way they would be connected to the mother CD them metropolis that flame it just connects and you can take a little bit of your home or your spiritual heartland or whatever with you today. The fame originates in Greece. The modern of course so the first modern Olympics they were held in Athens in eighteen. Ninety six the official Olympic Games from that point on these started traveling around the world but there was no Olympic flame. No really nothing like that so there was always an idea. Because in the ancient Greek Times in Athens they did organize torch relays in honor of AC- night in honor of Prometheus so during the Games of Nineteen Twenty eight in Amsterdam wildest stadium was built the architect John Wheels. He came up with an idea to have a big column at the stadium. Column of smoke would drive during the day and flame would burn during the night so people would know where the Olympics were held but there was no really nothing like that. So years went by before the Games of nineteen thirty six Berlin Berlin and I condemn ick. Carl deem who was in the organizing committee of the Games of Berlin while he was in Olympia talking to others. He came up with the idea of the torch relay. They had to find a smart way though to make it very impressive as well. So the manager of the Museum of Olympia. Alexander feels the fast. He came up with the idea of the Mirror on the altar of the Temple of Hera. Part of bollock mirrors placed facing the sun usually at twelve o'clock midday a few months before the beginning of the Olympic Games. That mirror creates an absolute image of the Sun So there are actresses of the Greek National Theater. And one of them's the high priestess. She has a torch in her hands which is not lead. Replace her torture in the center of this mirror and the torch ignites the way. We started with a magnifying glass. Same principle exactly so. We shouldn't be calling it the Olympic flame but the Olympic light. Because the idea was the light of Olympia would connect every county around the world to the birthplace of the Olympic Games. That's kind of related to the fact that in ancient times when the Olympic Games were held. All the wars would stop exactly. All the people would come together. I love that. So since then since nineteen nine hundred six have they had this light the plane exactly the same way. The exact same spot for summer and Winter Olympics always takes place. It's beautiful tradition. He these beautiful technic are supposedly. The late. Never goes out while the idea. Yes that's the idea Went the surrounding. It has happened and some people have used lighter in several cases by late while the athletes running the torch is behind them. There are always vehicles. That have propane devices or the flaming cauldron is burning so even if one of the plane goes out. There's always a backup from the original flame. This is travel with Rick. Steves we've been talking with Yana. Papa Costa and we're talking about the history of the Olympic flame. You WanNa thank so much. Thank you rik travel? With Rick Steves is produced by Tim. Tapping is a catholic wilder and Caz Mahal. At Rick STEVES EUROPE IN EDMONDS WASHINGTON. We get website support from American aucoin and our theme music is by Jerry. Frank special thanks to W Durham North Carolina and to sports byline. 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"san miguel" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Seven three seven. Four to five and Kristen's calling in from the Bronx in New York. Kristen thanks for your call. Thanks Reich. I've had this guy So I wanNA thank you for Spiring me for my own venture living overseas in Italy under the Green Sun. I listen general. Here's teaching at the International School. And so it was really exciting to hear that general will be in the book. I never really cooked until I lived in Italy and I would just go to the supermarket and see these beautiful foods and they really simple things that beautiful purple eggplants or just some tomatoes and Mozzarella but I was intimidated by the markets. I wanted to know if you had some advice for going to the markets in the fruit stands. I just I never really knew what to do. Wow I I love markets and I know the people just absolutely love to visit and talk so. I don't know I've never felt intimidated there but I guess just showing appreciation for what they have probably would kind of break the Ice Kristen. What intimidated you in the markets? I never really knew where to begin. I guess supermarkets just seem very familiar and in the markets. I just yeah. I didn't know I because I'm not. I consider myself a cook at the time. I didn't know like what you put together for. Meal know might have felt just overwhelmed by all that is there in. What in the world do I do with it and I I think just picking up everything that looks good and taking it home and making big pasta sauce would be a good place to start. But I think it's well worth diving into those markets Francis rates beautifully about that in the Piazza. I love the way you talk about the market in Catania Sicily and all over Sicily. Especially there's this chorus of merchants barking about what they're selling just to stand in the middle and to soak up this cavern and to think it's all tied to people out people with small. Refrigerators tucked under their sink. Not a big freezer in the garage but just a tiny frigerator who want to go to the market every morning. Connect with the merchants to pick up what they're going to serve their family later that day. It's a beautiful ritual. I'd say it is in. It's just fun to go. Because it's medieval remnant of Oh market days in our town. The men and their wool suits still gather and talk. They have not changed. Its I think the same men from thirty years ago still standing there talking. I love it. People still come in from the country with their market bags and do all shopping in Voltaire I think it is the some kind of merchants of guys that had sheep or something like that they traditionally. They all met right here and now they're retired and they still do that. The market's moved on but still do it and they have that momentum where they've just this is where they gathered and this is where the conversation and the gossip happens in his travelers. We can be right there getting in on the on the fun. He Kristen. Thanks for your call and happy. Travels Tom's calling in from Hampton. Virginia Tom if you enjoyed any eating in Italy lately I certainly have. I was very fortunate. We were doing our our roots. If you will and my wife has a cousin in the little town of Castle l'amante in Piemonte just north east of Torino and we went and spent a week there. It's A. He has a hotel as well as the restaurant. And Oh my gosh. What a fine chef and the name of the place was Albergo trae Ray. Little Town Kessler month. They what was amazing is. I don't think they saw any Americans ever before in Kesselman Day. my wife went into a cheese shop and The person at the counter set. Are you an American? She said yes and she said we never swayed you hear castle so it was a great time. We got to connect with relatives. My wife's cousin and eat some just wonderful wonderful food. Although I gotTa Tell You Francis I am not crazy about Ziadeh. I don't know if you've ever had that you know. Piemonte can't do that one. I have a friend from Torino who loves it but what is it. It's Daesh that has so many peculiar things in it. That I just can't I mean tweets breads sweetbreads. Testicles are good at cooking up every little bit of the animal. Aren't they go to an old fashioned restaurant near the near the market You're likely to find some sweetmeats on the on the specials list. Will YOU UP IN TROUBLE COUNTRY? Did you have any trouble? Yes Oh we were there in September. It was just shy of But we had some. Nevertheless he had some say and It was just and he also did Zambian at at our table. That was just something to behold. Now we're talking about Piedmont or PM Day. It's famous for its wines. What are the famous winds from Piedmont? Oh the ask the Borana. Wyan wines are also castle towns. But it's hard to. It's hard to put your like any marquee site or attraction so a lot of travelers. Don't think of going to Piedmont. How would you describe Piedmont Francis for people who are considering that region of Italy? It's up south of Milano. Yes then near Torino. Right Torino is Monte okay It's one of the most beautiful regions and I think some people would say the top place to eat in Italy `spumante although some would say Emilia Romagna some would say Tuscany. But it's up there very scenic the vineyards of so cared for and it's also the area of Hazelnut Trees Gorgeous List Explore Glenn also Torino's the Where Italy was was founded. Well that would make sense because of its famous for its cuisine. Hey Tom we gotta run. Thanks for your call. Thank you chow. Chow this travel with Rick. Steves we've been talking about eating in Italy with Francis Maes. Her new book is see you in the Piazza Francis part of Italy of courses. The freshness of the ingredients part of it is the heritage terroir. A lot of it is the ambiance. I just cannot recreate the ambiance in the United States. When I go to an Italian restaurant how would you describe the ideal ambience of your one of your favorite meals in Italy? What is it about it that gives it that unforgettable travel experience? I think it's the people from me. I like personal contact in the restaurant. I like for things to be lively and friendly. I don't like austere restaurants where you feel like you know you might make a mistake or visit kind of haughty attitude that the food is served in this temple and you'd better bow down to it. I really love the Trattorias in Italy because usually owned by someone who deeply cares about the patrons and about the food and you have a personal experience so I would never really get very excited about a place where there was no personal contact. I when I think of restaurants that often I think of the person who served the person who greeted us at the door the chef who came out and I make it a point when I am eating in restaurants to try to get to know somebody in the restaurant a little bit because I do want to speak to the shaft can like you know what their philosophy is where they're from where they've studied or eaten and just enriches the whole process and having dinner to me that it's in a context of conviviality just listening to you. I'm just all over. I love that. It's just that's the essence of it. You nailed it there. The magic ingredient is that is that passion and that love that comes with family run personality Driven Restaurant Francis me. Thanks so much for joining us and thanks your new book. See you in the Piazza. Thank you shower Gel?.
"san miguel" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"To some place a local person values because a lot of local people would be very thoughtful and caring lease sending you to a tourist place because they think you want a tourist place with all the cliches that you can get the summer edition the fall or whatever but if you distinguish where would you go. I think that's a very good tip. Also Francis once you sit down. What is your dining strategy for a newcomer to Italian cuisine? Because in Italy? You've got the appetizers first course. The second course the Dolchai sweets you can eat family style You talk about the importance of Pasta as being the national anthem from the food. Point of view. What is your General Dining Strategy? Tips for travelers. I like to order everything so I'm probably not a good person to ask but I'm always researching. What is the food of this area? And what is the history of the food in this area so I wanna try a lot of things but I will ask the waiter. What is your specialty? I always WANNA know that. Usually have from my research a few tips about things. I WanNa try for instance walking around in town. I know certain pastries no. I'm going to want and we have to lift a little hit list of in each region of things you want to try. That are most appropriate. There yeah I do keep a list but I also go to the markets and look at. What's for sale? Mike in Puria. I saw these little gnarly things that looked like onions and I ask what they work is all the women. Were just buying these things as fast as they could get them and they turned out to be hyacinth. Bulbs very very valued and only available at a certain time of year. So if you happen on those things. It's so much fun to try them. That's so interesting to me because I'm not that smart and Curious I guess are well organized with my learning but you're constantly learning in the market and then you take it into the restaurant that evening. I love you wrote in your book. Something I just want to quote here is about eating the Sunday lunch. The prins. Oh with dozens of well-dressed Italian families And you wrote at La Montagne Nella restaurant you read. It's a soul food time on Sunday. That means Pasta with young nettles salary. Osceola go saddle of rabid with roasted peppers. Grilled Guinea Hen with Bay Leaf aromas seventeenth century recipe for young duck with fruit. The prized pursuit of the area come sliced to transparency better than it sounds as the little hint of Pudeur marinated in April Spritz at these lavish Sunday Pranzi or Lynch's. No one's in a hurry. This tradition continues to thrive and why not it speaks of our best instincts together with those we love and break bread to bring that much understanding. I guess if you're a cook you understand that when you sit down to a meal but that doubles the experience. I would think as somebody sitting down to a nice dinner in a restaurant. That was a great meal. Just you reading. It made me hungry us me to it just sounds wonderful you got the bronze though is still a big things Sunday. Lunch in the little towns people you know. Gather at home with the family but more and more people go out for Sunday the big family time and make very special event that night. Nobody eats dinner. They might have slice apiece or something but that of the Sunday prins. Oh you know it brings back kind of old Italy still so much Sunday laughing. They small town. You know if you've got a friend in Umbria WHO's in a slow food club and their Sunday lunch is just a celebration and I've had a few beautiful times when I sat down with them. And and the social dimension of it and the local tradition It's just a communion of good living. We'RE TALKING WITH FRANCIS. Maes and she's helping us to explore how to cook and eat like they do in Italy right now and travel with. Rick Steves her. Latest book is see you in the Piazza in in this book. She takes us to dozens of small out of the way towns and she includes recipes from some of Italy's most inventive ships at the end of each chapter Francis and her husband also share their favorite recipes from Tuscany in the Tuscan Sun Cookbook recipes from my Italian kitchen. Her website is Francis Maes books dot com. Our phone number is eight seven.
"san miguel" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Well there's outside of town there on response which to lead. I mentioned previously. I've been just a couple of times. Those I like Road trips there's a good hiking area code for now. It's probably an hour and a half out of San Miguel when I need San Miguel. Just kicking around the cobblestone streets and having inexpensive eats or or fancy you can take a group of folks out here for. I came from fascinating to California. So the the ratio is much improved For my wallet here if two people go out to dinner and they're going to have just a a reasonable dinner and a couple of Beers. What are they gonNA spend? You know if you spend sixty bucks At a high in place. It's not an unusual And if you're you know if you're just GONNA have to tacos it's It's fifteen bucks. I think participatory reasonable. So IT'S KINDA PAINLESS. You can order where you want to on the menu absolutely inequality. The food is just bourbon. And I thought that was a happy surprise for me. I came down here the first IP interview and then move so. I really when I came so it's just one happy surprise after. Oh that's a pretty nice calling. I would say Father George. Thanks for joining us and best wishes with your work. Keep up your good works next. Okay take care and Julie. This is so interesting. Just to to fantasize about going to San Miguel either on vacation as a side trip from Mexico City or as so many people are doing to to actually retire there What what is your last advice for appreciating in getting the most out of your trip to San Miguel the I think the best thing you can do in my goal is to Not Worry about getting the most out of your trip and just enjoy yourself. You know all of the beautiful sites are within a couple blocks of each other. So don't worry about sightseeing just know that you know as you walked dinner. You'RE GONNA walk past that Beautiful Church and you know. Plan your days around Doing things that are relaxing. You know going to the hot springs a walk outside of town you know. I think it's the kind of place where you can really be unstructured. You can critical museum. You got to see just on vacation in beautiful town in Mexico. Julie meet thanks so much for joining us in the best wishes with your work with your folks. The moon guidebook to send to go a Yendi as well as the moon guidebook to Mexico City. Thank you so much for having spit on West. Throw lately Jahmai. Your breakfast will sell passaic. You'll silo the gun. Goya me some bread Omega Block. He does I seven seven three three three seven four to five that circle looks for Scottish identity in the Post Brexit UK and learn about the Olympic flame ceremonies in just a bit but next Francis Maes joins us for a look at the joys of eating and cooking in Italy where she lives half the year under the Tuscan Sun. It's travel with Rick. Steves for the past thirty years Francis as has been a cultural emissary connecting Americans with Italy. It all started with her now. Classic book under the Tuscan set in her latest book. See you in. The Piazza. Francis describes exploring the tourist inside of Italy and that comes with some great eating. She joins us now. Travel with Rick Steves to look at the joys of eating in Italy Francis. Thanks for joining us. Thank you one of my favorite subjects eating in Italy. Two of my favorite subjects. Put together and You know I get to travel in a lot of countries and I gotta say there's nothing like cuisine in Italy. What is it about Italian cuisine? That just is such a beautiful part of traveling there. Well it's so varied all over the country. That's water mazes me like the food in Sicily. The Food and the DOLEMITE's they're different but each region has its own fabulously developed cuisine. And come straight out of the earth so Everything feels right at home and just as it should be and eating all over. Italy is just such a pleasure. You can even have good meals in the gas stations. They're in the auto grills they serve good food so true. Auto Grill those They've got on the auto superhighways in Italy. You've got off ramps on both sides and then the auto grill is a modern restaurant over the freeway and the food there is remarkable and I guess it's a compliment to the Italians. That wouldn't eat there if the food wasn't good that's right restaurants. Don't last in Italy. If they're not good they go immediately because this such a high standard of appreciation of food among all the population. It's not just you know foodies or People who can go to fancy restaurants. Everyone is a forager. Everyone has a garden. If they possibly can everyone's at the market buying the Primo Produce and best little radishes. And these little violent artichokes from Columbia people talk about it. It's fun to hear. Italians get into a discussion at the market in the morning. Over you know. The the poor teeny mushrooms are just fantastic right now our or as the white asparagus and so on now for thirty years you've had a a sort of a love affair with Italy but you still spend part of your time in North Carolina and part of your time in Italy. How does your eating experience Lee affect the way you appreciate food? When you're in the United States we do a lot of Italian cooking here but we also have a big garden in North Carolina. So we really into kind of the freshest you know in the most organics I think that's carries over to both countries. Yeah of all the cuisines in the United States. I happen to think that the southern is best and I grew up in the south. So it's wonderful cook in both places and my husband is a wonderful coat. We spend a lot of time in the kitchen. But I I must say we were revolutionized by moving to Italy and just realizing how simple food can be still be good and the whole key to that of course is the premo ingredients that you can find. So that's kind of revolutionized my thinking about food is that it's worth it to go search for the best bread best wine the best of whatever you can find and eat with the season. I suppose is something that we can employ here in the United States with the same. Gusto that Italians do yes. Everyone in Italy is so aware of the seasons. I won't say everyone but most everyone now this spring brings the little green almonds and It's a festive summer. Everyone's out it's artichoke time. It's fava beans. You know in the next usually being are now but it's weekly this year and can hardly wait until they say it's okay to enjoy the fava beans and local to remember asking the fruit of Dura. Are these plums local? And she said Oh no I'm sorry there from Castilian Lago by just five miles away. Right gives local a different sort of sense. Our guest fences means divide your time between her homes in Durham North Carolina and her talion villa in Cortana made famous in under the Tuscan Sun. Her book see in the Piazza takes us along on her culinary adventures in the small towns of Italy. It's now out in paperback. Now in your book you drop into tiny towns that are to me. They must be off the guidebook radar. I mean there's no information there but you always manage to find a good meal How do you decide where to eat? Do you have any personal tips? That you just can look at a place in in know if it's going to be a good experience for your meal. I keep a list going all the time when I read. Travel articles see restaurants recommended in newspapers. I keep a little running list but in these towns and see you in the Piazza. Their restaurants aren't usually going to be in most of those lists so I kind of follow my nose. I look at the menu. That's posted outside if it looks kind of old and dusty you can have don't want to go in but you can kind of tell something about a restaurant just from looking at. I think you can run the popular with the locals or is it trying to tourists. The other thing I do is go in the. If there's a wine store or a nice grocery store ask the proprietor. Where do you go for dinner on a special night in this town if you just say can you recommend a restaurant they might tell you anything but if you say where do you go on a special night? You probably not going to get directed to the tourist restaurant. You're going to get directed.
Climate Liability Lawsuits Could Help With Costs Of Adapting To A Hotter Earth
"In New York world leaders attended a United Nations summit on Climate Change. UN Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez opened the meeting by challenge in in countries to make bold plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions immediately. We can do it limiting warming to one point. Five degrees is still possible receivable but it will require fundamental transformations in all aspects of society. Are we gonNA food use Lens fool our transport what's and followed economies all of that to put the brakes on greenhouse gas emissions and beyond debating a plan some are also beginning to wrestle with a big question who is responsible people for the effects of global warming. NPR's Rebecca Hersher reports that a growing number of lawsuits seek to answer that question there about a dozen significant lawsuits against oil companies companies in the US right now. My goldberger runs the Saban Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University. All of these lawsuits have been filed in the last couple of years. There's the one filed by the state of Rhode Island against twenty-one companies including Exxon. BP Shell and Chevron there are the cases filed by the cities of San Francisco Oakland and Baltimore and by San Miguel in Boulder County Colorado and in each case the city or state or county is suing one or more fossil fuel companies over the impacts of climate change. It's a wide range of impacts many of the lawsuits do focus on sea level rise and coastal storms but it also includes drought wildfire flooding in Colorado. The lawsuits alleged that the oil companies should help pay for the cost of dealing with all of that now in the future because the cases allege oil oil companies have known for a long time that burning fossil fuels causes global warming in an email to NPR spokesperson for the main oil industry trade group wrote in part that the industry is quote actively addressing the complex global challenges climate change through robust investments in technology innovation efficiency improvements and cleaner fuels rules. Berger says the suits are somewhat similar to pass cases brought against other industries. The comparison that most people are most familiar with is the comparison to tobacco the massive tobacco settlement hinged on similar legal arguments that tobacco companies were partially responsible for the harm caused by cigarettes. Other industries have faced similar suits. It's with a variety of outcomes lead paint a specis gun an opioid manufacturers in fact this is the second wave of climate change suits against oil companies a previous set of cases in the early two thousands failed. Berger says something key has changed in the intervening years the science the ability to attribute attribute particular impacts to climate change has vastly improved as climate models have gotten more sophisticated and as climate change itself has gotten more present doesn't in our daily lives the connection between say destructive hurricanes and the warming earth has gotten easier to argue and climate related lawsuits are showing up in other parts the world two cases in the Netherlands France and India have all looked the legal system to require companies and governments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and then there's the argument that climate change is a human rights issue good morning everyone. My name is Maryelle chick CBA Khasan. I'm the research nurse in November of last year representatives from the Human Rights Commission of the Philippines sat in a room in London and listen to people tell their stories of surviving the massive typhoons that hit that country one after another in recent years but Kasan recounted how her family survived Typhoon Haiyan in two thousand thirteen my grandmother everyone was just praying. We were saying saying the second floor of the hotel. So from where we were we could see the water levels levels rising until the ground floor was fully submerged. You can see the water the cars floating when the water went down she and her her family walked hours home through streets covered in debris and bodies because explained how the storm wrecked the economy of her home city cut off drinking water and and killed thousands of people she was one of the hundreds of people who testified before the Human Rights Commission at multiple hearings around the world. The inquiry relied on the same team underlying climate science as recent lawsuits have researched that connects fossil fuel companies to the effects of climate change including stronger tropical storms and although the commission is not itself illegal body. Its final report later this year. We'll still carry weight explains Burger. The most important thing that could come out of it is is a declaration of violation of human rights and you know that's a powerful thing. Nobody wants to be accused of being human rights violator. It's one piece of a nascent nascent push to change the business models of the world's fossil fuel companies and as climate science gets more sophisticated and climate change is ever more present in the lives lives of average people that pressure is likely to keep increasing Rebecca Hersher N._p._R.
"san miguel" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Skit, I feel for you. And she'll prefer that tune New Year's day at the rose parade. She's also the grand marshal. So how cool is that Ellison keys? CBS news. Pretty darn cool. Three or five at the bay area's new station KCBS sunny, highs in the upper fifties. Lows in the thirties and forties tonight. Good afternoon. I'm Scott matere. Here's what's happening this Saturday afternoon. We'll the manhunt for an escape. San Quentin prison inmate has ended with his peaceful captured KCBS is Keith men. Kony is with us live. He says that Shalom and Dozo was apprehended at a taco Bill in San Luis Obispo county Keith Scott, we're told that officials with the California Department of corrections and rehabilitation apprehended Mr. Mendoza shortly after noon today again at a Taco Bell in Pasa Robles. He apparently was spotted by an unidentified civilian who contacted authorities. When officials arrived on scene Mendoza was taken into custody without incident as we've reported Mendoza escaped from San Quentin Wednesday this week and shortly thereafter, carjacked, a woman in a Home Depot parking lot in the San Rafael area. Mendoza was later spotted yesterday in San Miguel. That's about eleven miles north of Paso Robles as he was purchasing clothes at a dollar store the car that he stole was found later that same day. On the shoulder of US, one went south just north of Pasa Robles again the city where he was apprehended. Mendoza was serving a five-year prison sentence for charges related to a carjacking carjacking in December of last year. Reporting live in the news center, Keith Makoni KCBS. Thank you Keith while the arrest of an undocumented immigrant in the killing of Newman. Police corporal Ranil sing has reignited the debate over California's sanctuary law KCBS gentle lanes book with a co author of the of the legislation took effect this year after California so-called sanctuary law took effect staus lost county sheriff Adam christianson sat alongside President Trump in opposition to it. Then on Friday at a news conference announcing the arrest of a suspect in the killing of Newman. Police corporal, Ronnie L sing Christiansen said the last thing in the world. I wanna do is politicize the death of officers thing. But let's go back to Ron an emigrant immigrated here lawfully and legally to pursue his American dream. He achieved that goal. And his dream was taken from him. San Francisco Senator Scott Weiner says he shares in the heartbreak over sings killing but disagrees with the suggestion that it could have been prevented if not for the sanctuary law. He co-authored, but reality is what are you able to deport people. They can do it on their own. And they do it all the time. And so it's not invite you of good argument to say, well, we have to turn the local police into an arm in order to do its job. The suspects prior arrests on suspicion of DUI occurred in twenty eleven and two thousand fourteen gentlemen, KCBS more than a thousand people gathered in the central valley town of Newman last night to honor roll Neil saying the police officer who is now getting national attention. He was.
Man charged with making death threats against journalists over Trump editorials
"Federal prosecutors have charged a California man. For, making violent Threats against employees at the Boston Globe newspaper as NPR's. Kirk siegler, tells us, the incident stems from a coordinated editorial campaign, by newspapers nationwide to denounce threats against journalists authorities charged sixty eight year. Old. Robert chain of, Los Angeles for making threats against the Boston Globe newsroom after the paper organized a national campaign to denounce President Trump's verbal attacks. On reporters at political rallies and on Twitter prosecutors say chain made more than a dozen, threatening phone calls the newspaper over a twelve day period. He allegedly referred to the, globe as. The quote enemy of the people a term the president has used, to describe. Journalists further chain is. Alleged to have threatened to kill newspaper employs. And specifically on the day the actual editorial was published prosecutors say he called the globe and threaten to shoot employees in the head he could face up to five years in prison and. A two hundred and fifty thousand
"san miguel" Discussed on AP News
"More they always find something that's freakin delicious now the botched restoration of an historic piece of artists outraged conservation lists in spain the spanish association of concern vitol restores has disapproved of the word colored churches sixteenth century wooden sculpture of a knights on horseback the figure at the san miguel de stella church was recently repainted in gaudy colors by a local craftsman instead of being properly cleaned by professional conservationists that national restores associations president said the sculpture has been turned into a toy the association's website lists other well intentioned mistakes including a fresca restoration in twenty twelve the winds viral after it transformed a century oh depiction of christ into the name age resembling a monkey the ban on civil partnerships for heterosexual couples in britain is incompatible with human rights laws according to a supreme court ruling made wednesday the case was bought by rebecca steinfeld and charles clayton who say they want to avoid the patriarchal baggage of marriage they argued that they face discrimination because only same sex couples eligible for civil partnerships britain's government has argued that it needs time to study the impact of gay marriage on civil partnerships before deciding whether to extend them to everyone when stays decision doesn't automatically change the law but the ruling will likely pressure the government to either extend civil partnerships to heterosexual couples will to abolish such polish ap's nassar's next generation space telescope has been delayed again and it'll cost a staggering one million dollars a day it's the third delay in less than a year nasa says there will be a lengthy postponement for the james webb space telescope and now it's not expected to fly any earlier than twenty twenty one last fall nasa projected that it would be working by sometime this year the telescopes overall cost is now expected to reach nearly ten billion dollars an independent review board sites worker error and embedded hardware problems for much of the escalating costs and delays.
"san miguel" Discussed on AP News
"The us will keep its current number of troops on the korean peninsula according to u s defense secretary jim mattis speaking alongside south korean defense minister soon young mu mattis read a lengthy statement reinforcing america's ironclad commitment to seoul adding that the us will continue to use the full range of diplomatic and military capabilities to uphold the commitment his message appeared aimed at putting duress any idea that the us would pull its forces off the peninsula after president trump said he'd like to remove all twenty eight thousand five hundred us troops from south korea madison the us commitment to south korea includes keeping current us force levels on the peninsula another botched restoration of historic piece of art is outraged conservation lists in spain the spanish association of conservator restorers has disapproved of the word colored churches sixteenth century wooden sculpture of a knights on horseback the figure at the san miguel de stella church was recently repainted in gaudy colors by a local craftsman instead of being properly cleaned by professional conservationists the national restores associations president said the sculpture has been turned into a toy the association's website lists other well intentioned mistakes including a fresco restoration in twenty twelve the wind viral after it transformed a century oh depiction of christ into an image resembling a monkey russia's prime minister is calling for tariffs on us imports in response to duties that washington's placed on foreign steel and aluminum dmitri medvedev has told the ministry of economic development to make proposals his statement comes amid increasing concern president trump's tariffs would set off a global trade war the prime minister says the measures have a discriminatory character and they can't remain without consequences hi i'm megan crane ap digital manager and host of the podcast ground game look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections it's available on apple podcasts and podcasts one while you're there be sure to subscribe rate review it that's the podcast ground game.
"san miguel" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Wins news time three thirty four japanese disaster authorities say at least three people died two hundred fourteen injured following a large earthquake in osaka all the usps measured the monday morning quake had a magnitude five point three japan's agency calling it a six point one japanese prime minister shinzo are they addressing his nation this is a translation priority alive the people and the government trying to cooperate in order to save the lives of public citizen's search and rescue efforts continue this morning meanwhile the usgs has an earthquake of five point six magnitude struck wanna malo today thirties there and the search for people buried by the eruption of the volcano fire two weeks ago the country's disaster agency said sunday suspended searches in san miguel lopez and el rodeo because the area is uninhabitable and high risk there are one hundred ten confirmed deaths under ninety seven people listed as missing since june third after weeks of deadly violence at the israeli gaza border relative quiet return this weekend prayer not protests brought thousands to the border hamas called off demonstrations that left a hundred twenty palestinians dead buys rarely live fire more from correspondent jordan miller for the first time in two months palestinians chose not to protest at the gaza border this weekend instead thousands came to the area lay down their carpets and prayed on edo fitter at the muslim holiday that marks the end of ramadan some militants did fly kites and balloons laden with explosives over the border igniting about twenty blazes across israeli fields in a first the israeli army said it attacked the car of a militant involved in making the kite bombs president trump sending his son in law jared kushner to the middle east this week in a move the white house says is designed to advance peace palestinians are refusing to meet with kushner violent and do a three day ceasefire in afghanistan that coincided with holiday celebrations despite reports the taliban ceasefire would be extended a spokesman for the group said they had no intention to do that ten ten wins entertainment ahead wins news time.
"san miguel" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"A year oh you didn't happen to see a travel agency called trade travel on avenida san mcgee san miguel san martin san martine it does not ring a bell but it's an awfully big city well you know every now and then i need a specific answer to a specific question i know exactly who's got that answer and then the trick becomes finding that person so i got a next next week i'll have a little more time i will make a project of finding jack hanna if anybody listening nose jack and knows the folks at trade travel there's even still in business doc delman years now probably fifteen years let me know take a quick break.
Recon: Janssen’s Darzalex Combination Trials Halted
"In custody hundreds of firefighters are in san miguel county battling the horse park wildfire that we've been telling you about that fires burning on mostly blm land it's burned about fifteen hundred acres north west of telluride officials say it's burning in a remote area and is only five percent contained progress is being made on the growing buzzard fire in new mexico more than eighteen thousand acres have burned in the remote hilo national forest in southwestern new mexico that fire now thirty four percent contained president trump at a rally in tennessee repeating a campaign promise about forcing mexico to pay for that border wall they're going to pay for the wall and they're going to enjoy it okay to enjoy they do nothing for us on twitter mexico's president says it's never going to happen missouri governor eric greitens has announced his resignation effective on friday the last few months have been incredibly difficult for me for my family greitens admitted to having an affair with his hairdresser he was also accused of misusing charity donor list to raise money for his campaign a new study suggests there's little benefit in taking multivitamins why are we all doing it researchers looked at five years of data and found that taking multivitamins vitamin d calcium vitamin c had no real impact or risk when it comes to dying of heart disease or stroke folic acid and b vitamins however did seem to show some benefit the study appears in the journal of the american college of cardiology popular birth control pill is being recalled over the possibility that pills or incorrectly package drugmaker allergan says hormone and placebo pills were out of order in a sample pack of the oral contraceptive take tula the company warns that taking the pills out of order could result in an unintended pregnancy and finally they're making adjustments to the pikes peak highway after traffic increases due to the closure of the cog railway pike's peak america's mountain manager jack glazing says they'll figure out a way to make things easier on everyone appreciate that we are trying to work with everybody we know the locals do get aggravated but remember tourism does help drive the economy in colorado springs and the local areas officials from cdot and el paso county are putting their heads together planning for new signs and possibly.
Santa Fe High School shooting: Suspect identified as Dimitrios Pagourtzis
"In right now in windsor for the wedding of riparian meghan markle cbs news update evans san miguel is like hundreds of other students at santa fe high school in texas from the bullets but other than that i'm trying to process many no doubt or waking up this morning wishing that yesterday's shootings were just a nightmare but the reality is that ten people are dead but confessed gunman is in the galveston county jail cbs's omar villafranca the suspect had made statements about the shooting on his phone and in a journal about wanting to commit the shooting and then commit suicide but he didn't follow through on the last part he did not commit suicide and police officers were able to apprehend him senator ted cruz is support for gun rights was a major part of his last campaign but he said this hours after the shootings we need to be doing everything humanly possible to stop this from ever happening again for houston texans jj watt is offering to pay for the ten funerals raised millions last year for hurricane harvey victims cbs news update on peter king w w j news.
"san miguel" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"san miguel" Discussed on RobinLynne
"The i had been relieved you looked at he ma dart what much power moley we've nuclear namely san miguel on a tom lambah navy when that me and on an online and out alcohol and then i gave her old life with a knowledgeable of boom up there with my throat added will be all review wouldn't even one word must allow let fled offensive and unique when k rudra you know pray god on but what impact game had been an awesome verily for me on an awesome fearing it from it from the warming in my be made him in the vote lay on i'm excited about and i am now wanted to be acting world'll by law it welcome congratulations and thank you thank you thank you i am really honoured you know it all the whole thing is about the opportunity and we all deserve just a fair shot just a fair opportunity to do what it is that we do so that it's so i'm in given the platform i'm not doing nothing great because your the one that has the the pride yet you seen so thank god for you thank you for sharing you testimony thank everyone for being on tonight zhang amanda nunes one i know the right no one oh hm what's going on no lucky doors king hussein check it out of what grounds with the fao strap it up with this i know forever disagrees i got assembled so grab heads joe knack day if my wife eight.
"san miguel" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Av fifth drove should throw sherry crazy as my attention this morning now i want to talk about this and it to the issues should we know laughter fund in the morning laughing some status have you ever get have you ever had a caller disc or maybe have many i don't i don't know who whose calling idaho but did they said do you guys adequate laughing so much oh yeah on a regular basis really laughing thirdlove aim more serious there are serious issues going on in the world right added we can give give the tire audience hemaraj if you as we wanted but if you if you need the information i will cut it out of newspaper el senate you nail it'll be highlighted sapa it'll be highlighted now include handwritten letter let you know what issues need to be talked about as an on top of that i will make sure that the envelope a seal many times tape so no one can get incited i'll put the envelope inside another envelope we received us yes we love all of used okay here we go five fifteen oh and yorkshire rafic this time around that still pretty slow out there if you're traveling on eighty in the northbound direction near tennis in an accident from earlier ron emergency services arrived they're handling it now but still some slowing over to the shoulder and martinez northbound six eight arthur road good news all lanes finally opened following another accident not area 92 west at ralston avenue in san miguel the right shoulder is blocked and let's check in with the chp you have a problem in the westbound direction at the sixteen connector ramp is a vehicle over to the right side uh they are changing a tire but it would appear there personally sticking into that right lane and twenty nine in the northbound direction at twelve there's a vehicle on fire apparently flames are visible and add.
"san miguel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A mother died today while trying to favour sign unclear creaking gold then they were in the creek tubing when the 11yearold boys tube capsized fake gandhi uh the boy weight and the the water currents you you know was unable to hold onto emmett she went under water both of them came up temporary a and then were brought back down captain chill harvey with golden police says i standards pulled both the mother and son out of the water but they were not able to save the woman they believed she hit her head on a rock and was likely knocked unconscious the boy was not hurt the victim is thirty one year old amber and of denver a 24yearold man died today while biking near tel your ride a tweet from the san miguel county sheriff says the man was killed by a lightning strike the atf says the windsor male fire last weekend was intentionally set investigators have not identified a suspect or motive and have issued a ten thousand dollar reward for information we are still working with the police firm and the fire department as well to continue our interviews continued to gather information if any more leads command but yeah we will not leave this until assault that's debbie livingston with the atf here in denver the fire destroyed the town's historic landmark in sports the rockies lose in miami five to three nolan arnaldo left the game with a left hand contusion and broncos defensive event derek wolf was carted off the practice field with an ankle injury yesterday here's cornerback i keep to leave our energy front man if we pinal stafano stubborn arroyo we better have wolfensohn us he he's our energy for he bring all our to macedonia starting with the loss oh man he's survival to our defense the severity of wolf century is unknown our next update at 530 i'm indy stone on koa newsradio 850 am and 941 fm with with a brand new crash on the board cellphone i 25 runrun eighth avenue involving three cars in the right shoulder more slowmoving traffic cellphone 25 in between spear and i seventy from tapping the brakes due to an earlier crash eastbound i 70 just west of quebec in the right lane also if you're driving back into the metro area from the high country heavy traffic increases eastbound i 70 with.
"san miguel" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"Sports flash radic is the latest nba player to trusted the process the sharpshooting former clipper is headed to the seventy six or is on a oneyear twenty three million dollar deal on day one of free agency amir johnson will join in the former celtic reportedly gets one year eleven million dollar deal from the sixers joe ingles will reportedly return to utah for four years and fifty two million and the warriors still working to retain andrei igwe dollar the san jose mercury news is reporting at golden state is prepared to offer a dollar a threeyear deal worth between thirteen and fifteen million per golden state has already agreed to bring back david west and sean livingston nhl free agency also open for business joe thornton is reportedly headed back to the shark's on a oneyear deal and the rangers have signed defenseman kenny shatin kirk to a fouryear deal worth a little over six point six million per to baseball the tigers struck early in game one of their double dip with the indians to hans brings about up into his most the five all deep the lesson get hoffa adema galca brera i just kept going how about that the left center field into the visiting san miguel cabrera jd martinez going back to that dan dickerson had that call on the tigers radio network it try took game one from cleveland seven four game she right now they're in the ninth inning and the indians with a four two one lead elsewhere in the other royals and tweens is also playing a double debt hey see took game one eleven six in the sixth inning of game chill between is have a forty lead red sox got seven scoreless innings from chris sale to dump the blue jays seven wanna raise over the orioles 103 ranger as dumped the white sox ten four and the eighth inning in houston the astros lead the yankees seven six no score firstinning between the mariners and angels national league in the first the dodgers out to a one nothing lead over the padres dbacks actually the rockies won nothing in the second giants topped the padres chew one in eleven brewers dumped the marlins eight four reds five cubs three netserver the phillies seven six cardinals beat the nationals wanna and in interleague play graves that by the 80s for three i'm.
"san miguel" Discussed on WCTC
"The voice of central jersey checking wctc traffic on one of the state parkway sample at went for a crash this will affect the northbound side of the parkway audits at one forty as well expect delays on one with the cavity to plainfield avenue during his meeting in tunis knows rail traffic by two by rue the tourism group shortcut to romance nonstop flight from all the gary at puts romain something signs in san miguel's in office to buy ruba dot com it's eight seven degrees i'm instilling a wctc traffic rights i want to be in the military since i was a kid as for the united states fools served a total of sixteen years as applaud thirteen times only second employment four bombs the hit my vehicle nineteen years old us for us about that coming back on this were eighteen i started having pretty horrible nightmares i would wake up in the middle of the night sweats start drinking a lot i saw on worth it's never recognised and myself eventually one day i just walked into the va hospital and set alight to see somebody on suffer you gotta find the link with somebody to let it go allstars voice the va there's a whole commune lydia veterans and just want to help you out is for the guys who can come back the you always them to live well visit make the connection done now.