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Presidential election just one week away
"It's the final push for the presidential candidates as a clock continues ticking toward Election Day. With the election just a week away. It's no surprise. Ivanka Trump will be stumping in Sarasota today. While Barack Obama appears in Orlando on Thursday. Joe Biden and rallies in Broward in Tampa State Elections office is reporting more 2.6 million Democrats in 2.2 Million Republicans have either early voted in person or by mail. Robert Rodriguez, with the Miami Dade Supervisor of Elections office says at this rate, there may not be long lines at the polls next Tuesday. We're talking about a 22% voter turn out on Election Day itself. If there are lines covert 19 related Lord is on track to exceed the combined total of male votes and early votes cast for the entire 2016
Candidates flock to Florida as Miami voting already exceeds 2016 numbers
"Election day. But if you live here in Florida, odds are you've probably already weighed in Election office is reporting more than 2.6 million Democrats and a little over two million Republicans have already voted in person or by mail. Robert Roger he gets with the Miami Dade Supervisor of Elections Office says. At this rate, Laura will exceed the combined total of male votes and early votes cast for the entire 2016 election. 266,000 people have already early voted These are historic numbers, and we expect another great week last week of early voting. The candidates and their surrogates are making a showing in the Sunshine State. Ivanka Trump is stumping in Sarasota today, while Barack Obama peers in Orlando on Thursday. Joe Biden rallies in Broward and Tampa. Maybe Coney Barents. Now
Miami makes 'U.S. News' annual 'Best Places to Live' top 10 rankings
"The Tampa Bay area, is ranked best in the nation for retirees and also ranks high on the list of places to live at any age. Sarasota is number one on the U. S news list of best places to retire, and the next three cities on the list are also in Florida, including Fort Myers. Miami made the top 10 in number nine. Sarasota also came in as US news is 16th best place to live overall, two notches behind Naples, the highest ranking Florida city at number 14.
How Farmers and Ranchers Keep Animals Safe During Hurricanes
"When a hurricane approaches everyone should act to protect themselves but farmers and ranchers have to keep their animals safe to. Folks are learning more and more how to prepare for those disasters. Sarah. Bostick is an agricultural extension agent in Sarasota, county Florida she says beef cattle, for example, tend to be resilient. So as long as they're in an area that won't flood, they are often safer outside then in a barn, which could collapse during the storm with high winds. The best thing that you can do for your beef cattle is actually just to make sure they're in a pasture that is not near major road and doesn't have any power lines running through it. But. Horses require a different approach. Boston says they're pastors are often close to buildings and power lines and they frighten easily horses tend to be the animals that suffer the most when we have a storm that comes through they have major flight response. So when possible many owners choose to evacuate their horses and others mark them with contact information. In case they run away people use things like oil based paint to paint their phone numbers directly onto the side of their horse. So by understanding the unique needs of each species, owners can help protect them.
What Happens When Livestock Escape After Big Storms?
"When there's a severe storm in the forecast, lots of people worry about flooding and power outages. Far fewer. Cows roaming loose on the highway. Fences. Go down and so things like cattle, horses, goats, pigs, livestock, they get out and that can cause obviously a hazard to those animals but also to humans in that, they often end up wandering in the roads including onto the interstate. Sarah Bostick an extension agent in Sarasota County Florida and is part of the Sarasota agricultural recovery. Group. A team of ranchers, emergency responders and volunteers they're armed with ham radios and trained to help out with all kinds of agricultural emergencies from rescuing escape livestock to delivering fuel to a generator that powers irradiation at a plant nursery. We know exactly where in the county. We will probably need to respond I and go check on I. We know whereas most likely to flood I, we know where there's animals where there's crops, there's greenhouses where there's orchards. So as extreme weather grows more common, they're prepared to help minimize the harm to farms ranches
Miami - Man Captured For Spray Painting Swastikas On Two Sarasota Temples
"So the police have arrested the man they say painted anti Semitic rafidia to Jewish temples. On April 2nd security cameras at Temple Emanuel captured 21 year old Vincent Martinez spray painting swastikas on the walls. On July 15th cameras at the same temple once again showed Martinez placing more swastikas on the walls for doing the same. At another temple. An
Dr. Randall Wells Shares his Porpoise
"Really nice to meet you over the phone. Dr Wells, thank you for coming on the show, my pleasure, so you and a colleague launched what would become the longest running Dawson research program in the world want said in nineteen seventy. Can you tell me a little bit about the earlier days of your project in the original question that you are trying to answer? Fewer back in nineteen seventy. There was interest in having dolphins work with divers. And there were undersea habitats were being operated by the US Navy and the. We're using dolphins to carry tools messages back and forth. They wanted to extend that to try to understand if dolphins could be used to protect divers from sharks, and so the office of Navel, research funded a project at Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota Florida to look at the behavioral interactions of Sharks Dolphins. A felony Blair. Came from California to head up that project and He was able to bring me on board. As a research assistant while I was in highschool there. He had a strong interest in what went on with wild dolphins as well and so in our spare time away from the project, looking at the Shark Dolphin behaviors. We went out and put tags on dolphins in local Sarasota Bay waters learn something about their movement patterns. Up to that time, no one had ever done a systematic study of the movements of dolphins in coastal waters. We had no idea whether the dolphins that were seen. One day would be their week later a month later or whether they would rage freely around the Gulf of Mexico. So this was a just a pilot study to try to get a hint of what the animals might be doing. We certainly have no idea at the beginning that were setting out on something that would become a career at least for me. Right I, mean truly. It's become your life's work. And so when you started, no one knew that dolphins resided in one place for generations generations. Is that true? That's true and one of the things that has made everything else. We've done since that time. Possible is the discovery that the dolphins at least in parts of the coastline. Have long term residency. these animals are here as you indicated there your generation of generation decade after decade and that. Knowledge that we can go out and find identifiable individuals with known backgrounds on a predictable basis, established the basis for a lot of other research. This gone on since that time. Yeah I mean that's incredible I didn't realize that dolphins lived into their sixties in the wilds. So I guess in that sense. Maybe there's dolphins that you started tagging in the seventies that you're still seeing around trade. There are still a few individuals that are here from when we were first working with in the seventies, and the now we have their cabs in their grand cavs, and their great grand cavs and their great great breakouts, we can have as many as six concurrent party five concurrent generations. At in the area and we have documented six generations overall. Law? That seems really unique in the animal kingdom, and in the world of conservation science to. Be Able to have that can allot in jeopardy, right? It just becomes more fascinating time goes on, and we come to appreciate what these animals have to go through delivery, coastal waters of the US in places where there are a lot of human activities, we have the opportunity to follow these animals throughout their lives. We work with them from the time. They're doing observations and monitoring their health and environmental contaminant loads, and then we work closely with Mote Marine Laboratory that operates a stranding investigations program, and they recover carcasses dolphins from each try to learn what brings about their demise. So between the the two operations with book in the lives of these animals, and and try to understand especially what impacts their lives from a human perspective.
Rockies OF Desmond decides to sit out this season
"Ian Desmond is one of several players planning to sit out Major League Baseball's Corona virus shortened 60 game season. He intends to be home with his family and will help grow youth baseball in his native Sarasota, Florida, Desmond posted a long message on Instagram, explaining he's 34 feels the pandemic makes this season a risk. He's just Comfortable taking as significant. The bi racial Desmond mentioned other issues within baseball that concerned him. Racism, sexism, homophobia, cheating and a staggering lack of diversity. Plus Desmond's wife, Chelsea is pregnant. And the couple is four young Children at home, including older boys with important questions about the corona virus, civil rights and life. The two time All Star feels he should be home to help to guide and to answer those questions. Desmond was do nearly $6 million. Is for the pro rated chair of of his his $15 $15 million million salary. salary. Adam Adam
The Latest: Jacksonville enacts mandatory mask requirement in line with Miami-Dade and Broward
"The state masks are required in Miami Dade Broward and now mandatory in Jacksonville that order went into effect at five today the requirement comes as the Republican National Committee is looking to hold president trump's nominating speech in the city later this summer people in Seminole county will be required to wear a mask or face covering in public beginning Wednesday Dr Timothy Hendrix with advent health center Kerr says it's the civic minded thing to do we wear the mask so I can protect you because I care about you I care about myself in preventing transmission but also I don't know if I'm developing symptoms I want to protect you I want to protect my community the seminal ordinances similar ones already in place in orange and Osceola counties after a four hour debate Sarasota city commissioners voted four to one four facemasks required both indoors and outdoors were six foot social distancing is not possible the mandate in effect for sixty
American Airlines adds more flights as recovery begins
"Charles primary passenger air carrier adding more flights American Airlines says it's scheduled to operate four hundred and fifteen daily departures from Charlotte Douglas airport as nearly sixty percent of what service was a year ago that's down but to about ten percent higher than may and this month among destinations that will see more flights court of the airline Pensacola fort Lauderdale Miami Tampa fort Walton beach in Sarasota Florida Florida destinations in Asheville Savannah and Charleston South Carolina Mong others
BLM Minnesota Alliance Meets With Police Chief Ahead Of Weekend Protests
"Protests safe in focus is the goal of the black lives matter Minnesota lions the group has met with Sarasota police chief Bernadette depino to prepare for weekend demonstrations the alliance educates participants on how to protest peacefully coordinator Brianna let's see tells campus news channel eight her job is to amplify black voices and to ensure the safety of future protests the biggest thing to know about the escalation is to not let it escalate in the first place remain calm do not engage chief the piano says the meeting she had with the organizers have all been positive
Florida officer on leave after pressing knee into man's neck
"A police officer in Sarasota Florida has been placed on leave after pressing his knee into the neck of a handcuffed black man this happened a week before George Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis bystander video shows the Sarasota office you're pressing his knee on Patrick Carol's neck during a domestic violence call Carroll said he was trying to ask officers why he was being detained adding he has asthma and was having trouble breathing the police report said minor force was used to escort the subject to the ground and secure him long enough for him to calm down the department is investigating I met Donahue
Finding ways to mourn online, as the coronavirus keeps us apart
"The death toll from Kobe. Nineteen is approaching three hundred thousand worldwide in the US. More than eighty thousand people have died according to Johns Hopkins University. And we can't mourn those deaths or deaths from other causes together in most cases because of stay at home orders and the risk of spreading the virus further so people are turning to digital spaces to gather and remember loved ones who have died and in some ways this is pushing the tech industry to acknowledge death. In a way it hasn't before Sarasota Vez is Executive Director of the nonprofit group. The order of the good death. She told me. Nintendo's animal crossing game is becoming a surprisingly poignant memorial space so many people have been playing animal crossing myself included as a way to cope with the isolation and the grief and the anxiety that we've all been experiencing but what I find particularly fascinating is the many different ways that players have been using the game to create memorials for their loved. Ones people have created altars shrines cemetery. They're all really beautiful. And poignant and personal all qualities or things that we really hope to evoke when we honor someone we love in a real life experience and you wrote this wonderful piece about all the things that we can do on that note to mourn without gathering in person because we may have to for a while. I want to hear about the ideas in that piece one of which was to create a digital alter. I'm lucky knows so each year for them. Where does we create an altar? That's dedicated to our dead and on it we place photos and messages and offerings. So one of the things that I've been suggesting to others is to their own. Virtual alter for their person and people can return to leave offerings or messages on special days. That are difficult like birthdays or death verse more when they're really missing their person and seeing other people's contributions can really help others feel less alone in their grief. Social media has been pretty clumsy about this. Facebook in particular is just sort of like just brutal we are seeing some of these platforms make small changes now to try to help people memorialize people better. Do you think that helps is at least a start toward recognizing that this is a reality. I think it's important for people to preserve these digital spaces as memorials because they're important records of our lives and legacy but in those digital spaces a day will probably come when the number of deceased users outnumbers the living so like you mentioned facebook. The cheerful birthday reminders of loved one. That died images and profiles of the deceased being used for advertisements. Preserving these spaces are important. But there's no practical thinking about how users are really experiencing them in interacting with them. Animal crossing is I think one great example of a somewhat organic development response to a moment that we're in now at some point we will resume in person funerals and mourning but are there things that are happening now in the way that we're memorialising people that you actually don't WanNa lose. You think should stay around. I think that it's really important that we continue to use these platforms by taking things. Online people are often left out who can attend funerals. Memorials or events. They're being included right now and I hope that we can continue to find a way that will serve all of us in the future. Why do you think that facebook is so clumsy at this like? Why is this not something that could have been anticipated by the tech platforms that we use? I mean everybody dies. It's true everybody dies. You know even somebody who deals with death on a daily basis like myself you can hear yourself in in some ways death always when it's expected still even comes as a as a Shock. I think because they're not coming from an actual experience of what that grieving process is like and we still here to so many myths like you know the the five stages of grief that there are still so many myths out there about grief and death and we find it so difficult and uncomfortable and awkward to talk about it. We just don't so we come up with things that are. We think are really cool and innovative and will be helpful and useful but in reality. They're not Sarah. Shabas is Executive Director of the nonprofit group. The order of the Good Death. We have a link to the piece. She wrote about honoring the dead online at our website. Marketplace Tech Dot
Miami - Sarasota County beaches to reopen with restrictions, plan for Florida theme parks underway
"Sarasota county beaches will soon be re opening county commissioners approved the move Wednesday takes effect this coming Monday plans are being made now for how the central Florida theme parks will handle their re opening so far officials say visitors should expect virtual or expanded fast pass style lines staggering seating on rides online food ordering and limited crowds temperatures will also be taken at the front gates no timelines have been set to welcome tourists and Florida residents back
Miami - 15 new coronavirus cases announced in Florida
"Thursday night the Florida department of health announced fifteen new positive Florida cobit nineteen cases all individuals are being appropriately cared for and isolated according to news channel eight Sarasota memorial is confirmed it has its first patient with a positive presumptive case of cope at nineteen the patient is a seventy year old man admitted on March tenth and is now in
Miami: Community honors fallen Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Joseph Bullock
"A Florida highway patrol trooper killed in the line of duty was laid to rest Thursday after his funeral procession of law enforcement officers from around the state escorted the remains of Josef bullet to his grave site at Sarasota national cemetery trooper bullock was shot to death on I ninety five last week while helping a stranded motorist
Margaret Good to run against Vern Buchanan for Congress
"This state is buying twenty thousand acres of land in the heart of the Everglades currently slated for oil drilling and production in western Broward no of Valen Stein with the Florida department of environmental protection says this is a win win for the environment and residents' this is a huge day this is guaranteeing that the heart of the Everglades public ownership and secure for future generations this marks the largest wetland acquisition in a decade Wendy course men Miami Florida as lieutenant governor genet Nunez says she's happy to see the legislators received governor rod to set a state of the state address with the same excitement as they did his first one last year were acting great results again and I would just stay tuned and watch the process and see how we come out on top the clock is ticking for J. EA to accept the deal from its former CEO Erin song gave the utility board until Friday to give him a severance package that's less than what is contract calls for but if his offers not accepted by his deadline he'll withdraw the boards trying to see if they can fire song without having to pay in many severance at all fundraising reports are coming in on a closely watched Florida congressional race Sarasota democratic state representative Margaret good is challenging Republican incumbent burn Buchanan in Florida sixteenth congressional district good reports she raised about three hundred sixty thousand dollars in the fourth quarter of twenty nineteen compared to five hundred twenty four thousand for Buchanan the democratic congressional campaign committee has the sixteen district as one of the congressional seats it's targeting in twenty twenty I am Recco
Former Sarasota bishop accused of sexually assaulting children over four decades
"Police say a number of victims claim Henry Porter senior sexually abused them during his many years as pastor of west coast center for human development church in Sarasota during porters court appearance the prosecutor addresses the judge Forrest is sexually abusing children protecting his fans multiple generations as far as we can tell started in the nineteen
"sarasota" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Sarasota county. From the Florida central credit union free. Checking traffic center, we are seeing slow traffic north onto seventy-five coming off the Howard Franklin bridge into Tampa through the west shore district. It's also slow further north from an accident right in downtown. Everything's off to the right side. But it is causing some visual delays here. Southbound seventy five still slow from an accident just south of Hillsborough avenue. Everything's on the right shoulder. Use some extra caution should make your way by and delays south on I seventy five from a crash in the right lane approaching I four page Carreira, NewsRadio WFL a partly cloudy and mild some patchy fog tonight sunny near eighty tomorrow. Seventy four degrees now at NewsRadio WFL a northport police are investigating what they say is a serious and credible report of an attempted child abduction it happened Monday morning around eight thirty as an eleven year old girl was walking to school on the south side of Highland ridge park. The attempted abductor is described as a short bald white man with a thin build in his late twenties or thirties, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt. Detectives are asking residents to check home surveillance that may have captured the. Incident and to report anything to northport police after an accusation on the AFC show, Scientology and the aftermath that his department was being used by the church Clearwater police chief John slaughter fired back in a video on Facebook slaughter said host Leah remedies charge is patently false. See them, criticized and vilified for upholding the US constitution all while doing their best to interpret complex legal orders. Confusing complaints and to mediate disputes between constitutionally protected activities, religion speech and assembly is not only unfair. But in the absence of perspective in a recent episode remedy, criticized the officers who approached her and her crew as they were filming on a park bench in downtown Clearwater. Slaughter says the officers were just doing their jobs because remedy and the crew were trespassing on church property every year. More than twelve thousand animals are euthanized. In Polk County more than anywhere else in the state. So the SPCA of Florida is kicking off a new campaign to make polka kill free county by twenty twenty five the first step in the plan is to take an take in an additional four thousand dogs and kittens this year than the organization will network with rescue groups around the country to send them as many animals as they can adopt out the cost of taking in more animals is expected to run an additional seven hundred thousand a year, which the SPCA hopes to get from fundraising committee in the state legislature votes to allow the smokable form of medical marijuana. But only after adding language that could end up killing the Bill the amendment came from Republican Senator gale Harold from Stewart who says smoking. There's no way to take your meds. There is a significant association with smoking marijuana and cancer. There are thirty three Christianity in the smoke of medical marijuana. Heralds amendment would force patients to get a second opinion from Dr Who would then have to certify that smoking is the only way for them to get the benefits of medical marijuana. Saint Pete Republican Jeff Brandis says that ruins his Bill replaced feed it interesting spot because I think if I was on your side of the day, I would vote against this Bill patients right now would be better off with no Bill with this Bill if that amendment isn't removed. Brenda says he won't be supporting his own Bill country music legend and cannabis aficionado, Willie Nelson has introduced hemp infused coffee as the first product in his health and wellness line, which he calls Willie's remedy the company claims that when brewed properly each eight.
"sarasota" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"From Sarasota, how're you doing? Sarasota, what's up? But I I agree with you what you're saying with the the rage drivers. Trust me. I see it all the time. One point. I'd like to make a lot down here. It's actually against the bicyclists the travel against the flow of traffic in the bike lane. Yeah. That's. That is a big problem. You're riding with the flow of traffic pedestrians when you're walking they're supposed to face traffic. But if you're riding your bike is supposed to be riding with the flow of traffic. Yes, sir. Actually, no two people that were hit by bicyclists ever going the wrong direction in the bike lane. And that's a big problem were those were those two people these knots is that who they were supposed to say. I'm not going there. Thank you. Just making sure. The controversial r&b superstar R Kelly is scheduled for a show November the tenth at the Yang Ling center. Women at the university of south Florida protesting saying he has a history of alleged sexual abuse and violence, please note the word alleged their goal is to have his concert moved off campus or cancelled outright. This is domestic violence awareness month says I Asia Durham and associate professor professor of communication who is leading the push. This is sending a horrible message to women and men on our campus that somehow money Trump's the dignity and human worth of our students faculty and staff. Well, yes, that's true. And that's a good thing to learn a college. So you can be prepared for the real world. Right. Right. The fact is some people will want to see him because he is a musical artists that they find talented is it, okay or not, okay. For them to try to move it off campus. I I mean, it's okay that they try. I think it's a good thing for the college students are trying to stand up for what's right, but they're not gonna cancel R Kelly. If there's a lot of money involved, which there is correct. It's not cheap to bring our Kelly to town. Correct. So I've been hearing a lot about the the documentary. That's coming out on lifetime. Yeah. About R Kelly would that is supposedly very very bad with interviews with lots of women who lived with him and said, it was very scary. I believe the documentary is called surviving R Kelly seventy seven five seven nine one zero two five at what they're saying that he kept these women in cages and train them and bright cages, but the groomed younger girls to be somewhat submissive to him when it comes to sex how and how is he not been caught up in all the how he because I guess he's women don't want to testify against them. Maybe he didn't treat them as badly. Or maybe they're scared one of the women's some of the words being used as that he's running a sex cult. He's been called a puppet master any monster by some of the women who live in house, well, puppet master out alive. Who are you? Hello. Hi. How are you? Hi, this is Brian. Hi, Brian drew here. Hey, first time caller don't know if you guys covered this radio off. But I believe we actually don't fall back this spending. We do the the the law passed to that would that would get rid of daylight savings time in Florida, but it has not gone into effect yet. Oh, okay. Okay. Yeah. No. And a lot of people are, but just see you know, the the law did indeed pass. However, we do still observe probably next year. I would say we'll get everything just like with medical cannabis that it's it's past. We'll.
"sarasota" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Sarasota, tampa. And now a ninety seven point one went HD two. Now back to the soul brother Kevin show with so brother Kevin on one zero two point five the bone. On a Friday night leading into your weekend. One or two point five. I don't know what you're doing this weekend. Well, let me tell you. Tomorrow from three to seven tune into one or two point five check out my man, a cat named MO what he does. Most show we do stuff three to seven. And the top cop check show on tomorrow. I our okay. And Dan mix going to be promoted his show coming up too. What's that? Technocrat don't want you to ask him. I want you to tell him. Then I met two of his resource officers for east Hillsborough county, and I have a questionable opinion of officers. And those guys didn't know that I had that. And I was totally blown away by the courtesy and professionalism of his officers, and I wouldn't just say that I had a genuinely good time talking with those guys, and I have a justed. How I view law enforcement officers, and.
"sarasota" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Of july holiday with michael at the upscale our ovation hotel sarasota when they discover the inside that ruined the rate you are nigger okay so it looks like from this picture they take a sticky note to a light bowl so that maybe this that they don't clean the light bulb or something so they didn't see it all they probably put us over with cleaner staff wouldn't see it right yeah okay they refunded the families marriott points used on the six day trip the davis claimed to measure fuse to help them five suitable conversations check into another lodging two hours away the oldest bears have been very awful saddening despite our best efforts to be friendly welcoming guests so much hate us for the colorized cans michael davis whose mothers from new york city yeah i would think it was directed towards me too and they probably took the more that's not something that the staff would necessarily know immediately so i may have taken them awhile to look into it and in the meantime this family is basically like yeah like we'll give you know give us another room give us read a good point if they wasn't millionaires but you care right would they even have able to get this article though right l or if they hadn't put it on social media really because he put it on instagram and that's really where it started because now you got to talk about it wasn't on instagram hotel got address it among zero to care that get a hundred.
"sarasota" Discussed on Z100
"He moved from new york to sarasota he came home the next from jersey down to sarasota there's longer than i stay the drive back but i hope you stay there a long time because portland like i said it's great so you spent time there you'll you like it yellow everybody i can't embarrass me when we gosh it's been so long since i moved to a new city i'm ready to go i'll go with her to portland what's up samantha never moved to another city and i have zero desire to leave new york ever i love it here but i do have a desire to move to a new city experience good good move for a little while in combat.
"sarasota" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"We love you so so he grew up here in sarasota and then he was signed to a boys band called next town down which is a great name phenomenal group of five young men who sing are in be an pop in their voices are just just amazing like they blend together really well so they've been together as a group for a little over a year and there in la figuring it out and working together in finding their sound as as five young men together and sort of the the industry is saying there the boys to bring back our and be so it's that feel good with a great message you know fabulously respectful young men so it's exciting to watch all the way miss him dearly he is extremely talented and you raise a really really good good young man in q and what i want no because i do love our goodwill ambassadors it's not just going one way just what can you do for goodwill but what can we do for for them if we can tell people where to go to listen to the next town down anyone particular song the industry will go crazy and just start flourish you know going right after the band and wanting them to tour and so things will happen so the best support we you guys could do for christopher who's a youth ambassador goodwill you them basseterre is to find those two songs easy and rock the group was called next time down you can find them on any streaming platforms spotify apple music you can buy on.
"sarasota" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"And stories and backgrounds and projects from the worlds of entertainment whether it's film and television or radio or live events poets novelists all kinds of people in the creative arts and today we have with us an amazing filmmaker and two of his producers and they have a film that has shown twice in the sarasota film festival called tinker great story a little bit of fantasy a little bit of heartfelt reality between a father and a son and we're going to talk more about tinker coming right up so let me introduce you this is sonny marla he is the director and writer producer writer producer the only thing he's not as the star right but he does everything else on this film and we'll learn more about that shortly and two of his producers are with us carla henshaw say hi carla i welcome juicers and you are from sarasota county.
"sarasota" Discussed on KDOW
"He lays at the park sleeping all day drinking whatever he drinks doesn't wanna work doesn't contribute to society but oh he can go over to starbucks a business and sit there all day long now and we went through that in sarasota downtown sarasota they destroyed the downtown sarasota starbucks you finally all the neighbors got together and we got a hold of starbucks starbucks they weren't making any money they're gonna close store because every morning these guys would come in and sit there take up every chair every booth just use the bathroom going shower and whatever they did shower yeah how we wish go in and use the bathroom and people wouldn't pay seven bucks for a cup of coffee at the wait in line it's just amazing which starbucks is going to do so let's take a look at their stock they're gonna kill their earnings if someone's homeless everything to help them and here it is stocks going down right now stocks going down the institutions are pulling because the policy they're going to turn starbucks into homeless centers doing just like sarasota florida has one of the most significant libraries they turned it into shelter library said we don't need cities do not need libraries online everybody's online get all the information you want the reason why they have library so the liberals but somebody's homeless i'll do anything i can form.
"sarasota" Discussed on KDOW
"Going through that quickly it's gonna lose this house he does lose this out that's the guy who needs a break and i helped many many of those people he's homeless he's going to get help you should get all the help he possibly can get not the guy who is healthy he's twenty eight thirty five years old he goes down he pumps iron all day he lays the park sleeping all day drinking whatever he drinks doesn't wanna work does it contribute to society but oh he can go over to starbucks a business and sit there all day long now and we went through that in sarasota downtown sarasota sure they destroyed the downtown sarasota starbucks defined the all the neighbors got together and we got a hold of starbucks starbucks they weren't making any money they're going to close the store because every morning these guys would come in and shit there take up every chair every booth just use the bathroom and shower whatever they did shower and people would pay of bucks for a cup of coffee at the wait in line it's just amazing what starbucks is going to do so let's take a look at their stock they're gonna kill their earnings if someone's homeless you everything to help them and here it is stocks going down right now stocks going down the institutions are pulling amar because of the policy they're going to turn starbucks into holi centers are doing just extra sort of florida has one of the most significant libraries they turn into a shelter libraries today we don't need cities do not need libraries online everybody's online get all the information on the reason why they have library so the liberals okay that helped the bums simple feel better about themselves just drives me nuts just crazy but somebody's almost do anything i can form.
"sarasota" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"With the pops orchestra of bradenton sarasota this is going to be saturday september twenty second at the sir sorta opera house right downtown we're not cutting any corners there's valet parking this is a night at the at the opera house with a sixty piece orchestra playing ryan's music along with michael mendez will be there as well from the west coast black theatre troupe and we're going to be doing basically a showcase of hip hop music and culture in in both form so you're gonna see a traditional sense of hip hop with deejays mc's to open the show and then our main act will be rainy tone michael mendez with the sixty piece orchestra playing music from his album that we released last year called the cosmic guide that is why old yeah and it's something we've been we recorded the album out three years ago and it was something we said then that know ryan said you know i'm gonna play this song with an orchestra and we did that last year and we just continued to kind of build and say you know how can we do these things so we have some things we're going to be involved with their kids camp later this summer so people will actually have an opportune unity to see us perform with your chestra before before september just to kind of get a taste of what we're working on that's coming up at the end of june so how often i'm wondering does the bradenton sarasota opera orchestra get together this is the it's the pops orchestra and it's made up of everybody from the community as well that i love that you're you're bringing all john or as kind of together that's the goal is to have you know these cultures i think that people normally wouldn't see come together in a way that very different and we hope to draw everybody who's interested one side into hip hop music but also drawn into classical music so hopefully we have a very diverse crowd that fills the opera house that night you get tickets are tickets will be on sale probably in mid may we just made the initial announcement this week and then we'll begin promoting and really pushing through until september and we have some other events we also just announced along with that that we have seven schools for the summer learning academies through.
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"Yes right great and i didn't know about the oh women's sports museum but who'll sarasota is cool sarasota it varies and they've this will be the illegal their own will be the third film they've put together in their women in sports films one was called blood road and it was a true story of a young woman who has seven world championships in different sports extreme sports and mountain biking so on and her dad had gone down as a pilot in vietnam and was mia for thirty five years and then she took her bike and she wrote the twelve hundred mile hokey men trail and did a whole documentary about it so people come to sarasota and they come to the sarasota film festival yeah yeah we're we're lucky to have them this year is truly truly exceptional though not of world premieres dilemma and yes without end yes yes that's right tour without and tour without answering the linda was his another another comedy it's a it's a black comedy a few if you will about sort of media exploitation of national tragedies it's it's approaching a very difficult subject with such levity and such poise i mean the the film is really really rich with symbolism and motif than just very well acted very funny and i i recommend you you come to the world premiere tomorrow and all the films most of the films i should say all the films but most of these films that sarasota's discovering through sf twenty eighteen they can be found online and you can dig them up and you can see trailers and you can follow up if you hear this broadcast or you hear a podcast in the future and it's after the film festival go out and if you're fascinated by something that greg is said go find these films online and go look at their trailers and download them and broaden your horizons right.
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"We believe he was just trying to steal the vehicle and did not know the kid was in there said sergeant brandon sure the man pulled into the eastbound lanes of interstate eighty within a few minutes he flagged down a police officer and said i just stole his car and has got a kid in it the twenty three's least he did the right the twenty three year old man was arrested and booked into the salt lake county jail on suspicion of first degree felony kidnapping and seconddegree felony theft of vehicle thirddegree probation violation the boy was returned to his mother on harmed the man is not officially charged with kidnapping and the department has had cases before where intent wasn't shown but the suspect was still charged with kidnapping so there is that possibility but i mean at least he did the right thing but please if you're gonna steal a car check i just make sure that there's no child in there because if you don't and there is a kid in there you will be a boehner candidate boehner candidate number one i was just stealing a car not a boy boehner candidate number to just say no to racist prom and other racist matters a sarasota high school sarasota florida high school student is in trouble after asking a person to prom using a racist sign his school riverview high investigating the matter photograph the sign captured via the dates snapchat account sign reads quote if i was black i'd be picking cotton but i'm white.
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"For the the traffic forty if they keep those there i don't know if they are on a running lou i'm not quite sure how sarasota does it i don't know if you know jillian i know if it's on a main highway or anything that receives federal funds you can go through fda ot so the i think you can do that and you can and you can ask them for so just reach out dot so city of sarasota for sure on those you have to do is go to that department and they should be able to to give it to you as dom says you're gonna probably have to pay some nominal fee at all nominal cole depends on the could be twenty five dollars or down i hope something less than that right and that would obviously be worth it yeah no no doubt spotting i call with this in line with keith's question is careless driving or statue three sixteen point nineteen twenty five i always call that the lazy statute there's supposed to articulate on the ticket they're supposed to tell you on the ticket the manner in which your driving was careless and i always thought as an officer and i know there's a lot there's a lot of officers that listened in a lot of troopers listen they're out in the cruisers right now a lot of deputies listening and i always say this those guys and girls out there if you're bore specific violation of ride away you know failure to yield you know it's a little more you know it's a little more descriptive and i think harder to overcome then the careless driving would you agree with that or.
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"Become out on top they do sometimes get it wrong jury trial and i've said this before is legalized gambling in the state of florida is legalized gambling real quick can we absolutely this is i want to get your take on this red light cameras tickets go go ahead ron is this is this this is the camera a where where did you get the ticket from ronna there asked the dumb yes i got downtown sarasota apparently they have a picture of my car going through a red light for and i moved and chicken originally from what i i moved and i didn't get anything not even know about it it was a sudden my ticket went from one hundred sixty dollars to about three seventy three eighty now i i don't know if there's any way to fight that just because they don't know i can't they can't they didn't like get my face but that's okay because it's the rat clause is what i call it the rat clause if if it's not you drive in the car that is registered to you they'll take a picture of the license tag then you gotta rat out who the driver of the car is so that was my life they're going to send the ticket to your wife julie what is your take on the red light cameras.
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"Sarasota a quarter million of its customers were without service down from a halfmillion yesterday think given the extent of damage and continued high wind we do anticipate that this will be a multi day restoration effort for wbz reporter lose tunnicliff reports from quincy massachusetts a steady stream of national guard trucks are shuttling residents out of the flood zone here in quincy people are getting off the trucks in their pajamas some carrying their cats and dogs and pet carriers others polling rolling suitcases stella izzo spent of very cold night in her home with no heat and howling winds it sounded like a train was coming through the living room all night the ceilings soaking wet i was afraid they will go to fall down who is just a horrible night no electricity was 51 degrees buses are standing by to transport some of these residents to to shelters that have been set up in the city a 19year old student suspected of killing his parents that central mission michigan university that is his in custody central michigan police chief of yeagley says james eric davis jr was spotted early this morning standing near some railroad tracks by a passing train crew within two minutes cmu police officers were on scene m within a minute after that head of the suspect in custody while police have not released a motive they did say the davis had been acting a radically and that his parents had come to pick them up from school when they were shot but actual markets reacting badly to president trump's decision this week the speaks as seek steep tariffs that is on steel and aluminum imports greg valliere is cheap political strategist at horizon investments a real story the real concern in the.
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"The can't in sarasota florida glad you waited all of you are you can't i'm greg ripped thank you i per day on the uh russia report but i'd like to get um i know guns aren't the problem i graduated high school the ninety five both go high school and in georgia and we seventy five population at school but multiple times to school every single day and we never ever thought about shooting anyone now wait wait wait i want to make sure you're when you were students yes in 1985 1985 we we grew up in the country every single guy had a pickup truck or they heavy writes in their back windshield was usually a shotgun and a hunting rifle and it stayed on your back when sure he's never long or okay you didn't you didn't take it in the school with you know but they were in the parking lot right rarely in you know easily available you can walk out in the parking lot and see hundreds of trucks filled with guns well how many school shootings happen in this the school yours uh zero and zero zero murdered in our town you mean you've got us no murders in the town now is now you attic you at a admittedly you at a country school with a lot of pick up drugs gun racks in the back surrounding this will every day ever guns all over the grounds and not ones cruel shooting where you grow up no talked a hunting at twelve everybody got their first gonna around swell but.
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"One for a catalogue this god the all right hang with us in a few members we're gonna go to the mail bag as we had a ton of male coming in throughout the weekend about people dealing with it people dealing with burma and what they thought was going to happen and what actually happened in i'll tell you what uh some of the areas that were completely just slammed i'll tell you what bam sarasota a lotta people wondering about sarasota and what i could tell you about sarasota is that the impact and and quit they're still waiting for more impact but the i ever i'm a passing through sarah wta some people sent me some videos that were irri just flat out irri you had shelters that were filled to the brim seventeen thousand people in sarasota are in shelters and wins reaching a hundred miles an hour sarasota took it hard signs flying every wear and really rude brutal weather and and just riding out the storm i mean this is what it's about us about riding out the storm cracked windows people who were huddled in closets in fort myers and in sarasota because of the high winds and the and the i passing passing through what does that mean what was it what was it like it is the answer to that is it was hellish is what it was and that's how it was been described by most people because this is an area where you just had some trash cans blowing down the street or you had a couple of trees that bent over it was much much worse than that and of course sarasota the power went out as well our is an hours and hours ago and so many of you wrote to us from the great state of florida and of course many of the people in in sarasota did is as well i mean specifically sarasota so let's go to the mailbag you you have male mistress thank you very much this.