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VP Harris celebrates Black History Month

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

VP Harris celebrates Black History Month

"I'm Julie Walker vice president comelec Harris helps celebrate black history month with a speech referencing to great black women from different generations each shaping history the vice president says history is a relay race with each generation passing the baton to the next like Coretta Scott king not giving up when the challenges were fierce the baton is now in our hands and what matters is how well we run our portion of the race there is also praised Dr kids make your Corbett who helped develop the motor co the backseat and noted what it should mean to the black community we know how folks were treated historically in terms of medical science that's a big reason blacks distrust the vaccine we must continue to also educate folks about what is happening now that is different I'm Julie Walker

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‘The Embrace’: Boston Looks Ahead To MLK Memorial As Monuments Come Down Across US

WBZ Afternoon News

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

‘The Embrace’: Boston Looks Ahead To MLK Memorial As Monuments Come Down Across US

"Push to get a memorial to Dr King here in Boston, as well as to his wife, Coretta Scott King in the city where they met is finally moving forward. After years of planning, a memorial in Boston is edging closer to becoming reality. The statue called the Embrace will honor Dr King and his wife, Coretta Scott, where the couple met and study together. Back in the 19 fifties work on the $9.5 Million.22 foot high bronze sculpture showing four arms embracing his ex Actually to begin in March. It will be installed on Boston common near the site of a 1965 rally and March, led by Martin Luther King Junior who would have turned 92 years old on Friday.

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"scott king" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 6 months ago

"scott king" Discussed on KQED Radio

"McConnell for KQED, and I'm Dave Freeman on KQED. It's 6 43 with a Monday morning perspective. Good morning. On Martin Luther King Jr Day Lee Me our Love. It remembers how the civil rights movement left a legacy of a more diverse America. When I was six, a girl visiting from my native Taiwan, admonished me for smiling at another child because she was black. Even at six. I could not understand this blatant racism. My response. In hindsight, we wouldn't even be in the country if not for the civil rights movement. The first Chinese exclusion acts emerged in the 18 eighties. By the time I was born in the 19 sixties, the U. S had fully reopened the doors to Chinese immigrants, and my father arrived as a graduate student in that first wave of Asian immigration. On Martin Luther King Jr Day I celebrate the civil rights movement that helped foster the historic opening of immigration laws. Then President Johnson spoke of lifting the bars of discrimination against immigrants. Vice President Hubert Humphrey was more explicit, urging us to bring our immigration law into line with the spirit of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The following year, the heart seller Act opened the doors to people coming from China, India, Brazil, Pakistan all over Lifting the ethnic bands and quotas in place for over 40 years. During my college years, Stanford was not immune to the forces around the world. Agitating for change in 1989, our Rainbow Coalition of student groups staged a sit in demanding better studies and professors mirror our diversity. As police Busses rolled in this made national news coming from a scrappy, isolated up bring in Chinatown, I began to understand the power of collective action. My sophomore year credit. Scott King spoke of her husband's legacy to an auditory nerve wrapped students. When I took the stage is no longer about just representing my people. Our diversity carried a common message that our humanity is made whole when could is airlifted walls torn down? Privilege in politics can isolate us. We don't need more walls today is reminder that those of us who came to this country or build our lives on the sweat of immigrants should count the leaders of the civil rights movement among our kin. With a perspective I'm Lee now. Love it. Lee me. I love it is an educator in San Francisco..

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"scott king" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:27 min | 9 months ago

"scott king" Discussed on KCRW

"Last year, She started working the Poles in her North Philadelphia neighborhood. Using StoryCorps connect. Shari talked with her 18 year old daughter and fellow poll worker Naima. I remember I saw pictures of Martin Luther King and Corretta Scott King casting their vote for the first time, So those images were in my head and I was actually getting to do that for the first time and then Once I got in the booth, I've felt a little overwhelmed because I've never seen a ballot before. I remember the poll workers being older, I wondered, where were the young people? It's stuck in the back of my head. But it wasn't until a few years ago that I actually decided to become a poll worker myself. Walking in that polling station on my very first day, which was a beautiful church. There was one gentleman there, Mr Kevin doing everything. And he was so happy to see me. It's a very busy polling station, and the pole was gonna open in a half an hour, and then we realized that we were it. I felt a lot of pressure. I've never done it before. I wanted every vote to count. There were times when the line was out the door. So that's when I called you. I walked from home to the polling place, and you weren't kidding. It was just you and Mr Kevin. So I just sat down. He got the word. Oh, also relieved to see you walk in that door. We do things together all the time. But this was a time where we could work shoulder to shoulder doing something for our neighbors to make a difference. Do you have any fears about working the polls this year? I can't allow myself to have any fears about Election Day. I know what's going on in the world. Right now. I know the tension is high. But think of all of the people like John Lewis and Dr King getting ready to walk across Edmund Pettus Bridge. If they conduce that I can show up at the polls and work And if you're willing to take the chance to come out In the middle of a pandemic. In order to cast your vote in person. I'll be there for you. To make sure that you're safe. Cherie and name into breast will be working the poles together in Philadelphia Tuesday, and their interview will be archived at the.

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"scott king" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"scott king" Discussed on What It Takes

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"scott king" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"scott king" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"A. when. in the afternoon no not too bad that was Matt Smith the Chargers radio thirty to twenty four the final in overtime also of note from yesterday at the eagles beat the Redskins thirty two twenty seven the Vikings twenty eight falcons twelve ravens will mention that one already and the rams beat the Panthers thirty to twenty seven you see cam Newton's Alfa yesterday I did her man I didn't see it look like you are a micro. I had made a mental who's the background did you see one of our like silver hat he looked cam Newton like other is gonna go ahead and see here tonight the saints think on the tax and then you got the raiders facing the Broncos baseball yes the Yankees and red Sox play Yankees one of winning ten five there ninety four and fifty tied at least in the us standings with the Astros at nineteen fifty because Houston beat Seattle twenty one to one here looking at Camden now. it looks like when my eighteen month you're our eighteen month old daughter gets into my wife's closet that's what it was like you like just grabbing stuff and putting it on his head nobody looks like I think he said once before no two looks will ever be the same so he might be struggling to find new looks. and just throwing stuff together. as his entire roster just rolls their eyes I mean yeah I can't. you're gonna have to come to me here Palmer I think you have to see this. instrument. I'll be here for fashion week we might be yeah you never a beer Beckham you never know Phillies beat the Mets ten seven Scott king or if you're at home or in the seven Michael Franklin Adam Hayes Lee with home runs mixing Diamondbacks tonight Jacob to ground the star there also the brewers beat cubs eight to five Dodger shut out the giants five nothing LA ninety three in fifty two and Raphael Adele your winner at the U. S. okay all right thanks Jerry boomer NGO come right back on the stand CBS sports network more calls.

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An Interview with Carmen Ejogo of 'True Detective'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

11:48 min | 2 years ago

An Interview with Carmen Ejogo of 'True Detective'

"I'm thrilled today to have as my guests. Karma jogo whose work. I just think is spectacular. Thank you. This is where we're going to start today talking about what you did with true detective on season, three because EMMY people, I know you're out there and you're thinking this over and look at that face should remember. Yeah. Look it. But, you know, everything that you've done from playing Kereta Scott King from being the president of match. Right. Yes. What is it? The magical congress Makusa. So I. Yeah, so I'm the president of the American wizards associated. Course you are. That's my type of couse lamb. And that's the life is an actual informed for many things. Yeah. I read a quote from you that I just want to ask you about before we start to get into this, because it is probably a blade is saying, it doesn't sound like you'd say you said something about Hollywood not knowing what to do with someone who looks like you. That was true. I would say when I first out around a long time. Oh, KOMO and doing this. What to do with beautiful and intelligent and talented. I, I think what I meant when I said that was the, at the time when I first got when I first came to the states and started working with took IPE out the ninety s and that's quite different to where we're at right now in the industry, this good so much. Yeah, there's been such positive shift that's happened in the past, like five five six years, that recently. So when I first came here, maybe twenty five thirty years ago that long. Age abate. With the snapper. I think that I had I'm Bishop for myself being leading actress and doing certain kinds of roles really serious and had reels live gumption and, and I wanted to be more than just the girlfriend will the pretty sort of, you know, extracurricular character in the in the movie, and I don't think that the industry was quite ready to put me in that position because I'm not not a white girl, you know. And I was the time I was, you know, I it seemed like it was my best years, you know as an honor Jew. That's what you'll told the. Yeah. That's what they tell you outs like eight to ten years, right, this, and then goodbye. We'll, but what I didn't know yet was that she might my real move understanding of myself, and my work, and my cross in what I was meant to be doing wasn't gonna come to later. And I think the industry knew that yet either. And so twenty five years ago, I kinda. I was I was not. I didn't have a place. They didn't know what to do with me. And I'm glad that I stuck had it, you know, I, I had kids and I went into other things for bit. And then came back back to an industry that finally figured out that you can have someone that's a real woman, that's not a twenty two year old and that could be the time that she's most viable, and she doesn't necessarily, you know, she can be of color, and that, that can be really a viable idea to, and that, she can even sometimes wear has supernatural in crazy in that can be okay. Lychee had moments where I would be that close to getting a job. And then the, the executive student would be like, what are we gonna do that, you know, it'd be that kind of reaction twenty years ago? So, so much has changed, and I'm so glad because it means that I get to reap the benefits of that. And it also means that, you know, actresses coming up behind me getting to really enjoy possibilities without having to go through all kinds of ridiculous securities that I had to navigate let's just. True detective as as a way in to us discussing your career and what's happening with because on the surface, it would look like. Okay. Maharshtra Ali is the star. He's the detective who's been trying to solve this crime, and he has some woman, he meets who they live together. They have children together. But as those eight episodes, move along your character just takes hold. Yeah. And as he is waking up to who your character is. So we're way, and we're seeing things is that detraction? Yeah. Makes you say true detective that is perfect in this new world that we live. Sure. I think, yeah, the character that allowed to self actualize over eight episodes, and really flourish, as a woman that has had a family that has spent years, trying to release sort of be the crush to Amanda. It needed that sort of support, and has found a way to the other side of that and is still viable and is still going becomes the autism. She wants to be all of those things are exciting to me to explore into brings the screen because that's so much that so much the journey of so many women, you know that it, it's with time and with sort of self acceptance that, you, you get to that place. And, and to Nick Lotto's great credit. He really understood that about women or this woman. That was a journey that was going to be exciting to explore and it's funny because, you know, for an audience when you first meet her she doesn't. She doesn't offer the goods in that way tool. You don't really know if this is going to be, you know, somewhat archetypal dynamic between between Wayne and Amelia. You know, does will it be will will get to be more than that? And, and Nick wrote something that is really quite extraordinary. And with great honor, I got. Two. To allow Melia to become this character. That goes from something that's very understated. And quiet, you know, Mitchely with voice, I you know, I sort of damned panta to some degree when we first meet her, she's quite reflective of Wayne's personality. And then by the end episode eight, she's really become Nick secret weapon in the series, even when dead. Yeah, absolutely. She is subconscious poetic voice. There's so many ways in which she really takes hold of the show and unknown. Sees it coming, which is quite the, you know, sometimes character will just like Bashar heavily read the script, and you're like okay that I can see how it's going to just be glorious on screen, and it's be so obvious. Now it's going to be amazed Oscars. Yeah. Right. Exactly. And then some other characters of very quiet that beautifully written them. But that just as exciting to do if you can get it, right. And that was the challenge for this was to find a way to on. Unravel into bring to life and bring off the page as as, as the actor employed, something that was delightfully written. But that is so quiet in ways, and such a sort of slow reveal that sometimes the harder work than, than the thing, that's like. Well the being here I am is hard to sustain over eight hours. There's something about your work where where you do something that makes us come to you, which to me is the best compliment, I can give an actor that you're, you're not writing it all out for us and saying here, here's the cliff notes for you to understand to. It is used you watch and you wonder stand. Does this give you this particular project? Give you the time as an actor to develop this. It's television, so it could be more rushed. But was it? Ooh. Well, it was it was overwhelming. It was eight episodes that I really had to know. And having the back of my head on day one that that was new to me. You know, when you have time I've done a little bit of television, and you learn the first episode and you have a sense of the overview, but, but you go through piecemeal with this for many reasons I had to really know it all and have in my head from day, one all the lines learnt complete understanding of all the time lines 'cause they would jump shoot things traction like time line thing that Nick lights to do. We know for that reason, and then also just because to have a real sense of what the shape of things would be over the season. It was important to just to start with, with all of that in in my databank, and, and that's that was a lot of material. You know piles of scripts, I was it was it was quite overwhelming. But we did we kind of had enough time to get it together. I don't know how hard you are on you. You know. Little bit. You can tell. Right to do. But is there a moment, not like saying this is my best seen this is it? But that when you look at you in this season, three of true detective that you can look at even moment and say I got close to being satisfied with and coming coast to what I wanted to do in that scene. Is there a moment? Gosh. There. There are a few moments, whether they made them to the screen or not. Is often the challenge dodgers. You know, sometimes you do things that you'll really excited. Yes. To the screen. Their couplings between Hirschman I again, I think just because we sat in the truth of the rhythm of the thing. Like, even though like hush often was like not really sure what my process was he wasn't. Really? Sure what I was doing how I was doing. I knew I felt very confident in knowing if I just trusted the way it was written. And even if on the day, it felt very disjointed at times and often did between he and I, I just knew that it was going to feel really authentic when it was together. I just knew it, and so they're, they're couple of scenes table between he nine where it was one of those things with a beat just wasn't really. It was just all you just felt all. And there's a scene at the one of the first things I had to film, I think it might have been the first has a foam. It's just me and him at the in the school in the classroom. And I'm and I'm you know. This very strange of chemical energy between he and I the, the two characters there's a lot of subtext and as being spoken. And again, I could just tell I was sitting in the right way. And sometimes scenes Bill is though, they are satisfying the obese up, then sometimes seen just feels as though, it's, it's. Is it? I don't know for sure what kings the cameramen over the director. But I know it's working him and I right now. And when I was able to trust that stuff that's the stuff. I I'm proudest office on the screen. Yeah. How did this all start for you go back to the show because how I know no win win.

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"scott king" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"scott king" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"They're worried what's gonna happen weighed way down the road that look away Jimenez hasn't played a major league game. I think he's only the third player to sign this kind of contract before playing one game in the majors. Scott King rated it last year with the Phillies. Look if he's as good as everybody thinks I think he was Keith law's number three or four prospect heading into this year. It's going to be a great deal for the White Sox. You know, 'cause they also have to option years at the end of that that could bring it up to what seventy seven million. So if he's the star hitter that everyone projects it's great for the White Sox. But it's great for him. He's guaranteed forty three million dollars. And plus get at start the year in the majors most likely. Thank goodness for that. Yeah. To have him sent down to triple eight save it service time, and he's going to be good. He's a power hitter. But he doesn't strike out. That's a rare thing today's game. So he's going to be exciting for White Sox fans to watch. What about how low? Yeah. I really liked this kid. I talked to him in spring training is a real quiet kid out of university of Maryland. He's not very big. But has surprisingly power great bat. Speed. He told me he really learned last year to get his hips into the ball. He's played everywhere. He's learning to play first base. This spring is kind of a natural second basement is gonna play some outfield. I really like him, you know, he's kind of probably going to be that benzel brisk type of utility guy. But I think he's going to be a really good player. I think that's going to end up. Being a nice team friendly deal for Tampa so huge week for signings. Obviously, we have those two in clearly bigness beginning of the week, Mike trout sign that four hundred and thirty million dollar deal. According to Jeff passan one guy who hasn't signed. He's not going to Mckee beds said he's gonna play through his contract and twenty twenty and then see what the open market has to offer as a cynical Red Sox fan, then thinking this means he's definitely going elsewhere. Do you agree? Yeah. Right. I was going to ask your opinion as a Red Sox fan. But I'm sure your heart's a little torn about this because you're right. You get it for two more years. But we know the history of free agency just like Bryce Harper. If you hit for agency you usually jumped ship, so he's going to get there. And yeah, if I had to predict right now, he ends up signing somewhere else. And plus the rent they got a lot of financial things to work out here. The next couple of years with Chris sale Bogart's, and maybe JD. Martinez all free agents after this year, and then Mookie and a couple of years. So they're not gonna build a four to sign all those guys. But who can you sign now, I think is what Dave Dombrowski trying to figure out the bills on the on the World Series in eighteen are cutting do quickly in my thought is. Yeah, if Mukhi hits the open market chances are he's not going to resign in Boston. But on the other side of the coin, I I hate to say this. But is any player? He's going to demand in all likelihood if you continue to this pace, he's going to demand something what four hundred fifty million dollars is any players market value, really that high in your opinion. Well, look, if we all kind of consider that trout probably took less money than he could have gotten on the market and Mukhi at least last year was as good as Mike trout. We don't know if he's going to do this year after year, we'll find out. But yeah, I think you know, he's going to still be young when he hits free agency. There's no doubt on page. Right now Mckee is four hundred million dollar player based on what you know trout God and let alone Harper Machado. He's a better player than Harper Machado. So yeah, I think he's a foreigner million dollar player. His body type concern you at all Harper and Machado and Trautman..

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"scott king" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"scott king" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Any measures going to take it to the next forty five minutes getting ready for northwestern wildcat basketball on WGN. What's coming up? Well, we got a big show. We're gonna talk a little Blackhawks hockey. Right. The top. We're gonna talk a little bit more about the Corey Crawford injury. And disappointing news. Yeah. It's a tough break. It's. We've been talking about all afternoon is the fact that he fought back so valiantly from that injury last year and was playing very well this year for a team that didn't release supportive defensively and now out until further notice, and I wonder if maybe if if ever I mean, it's a number two in less than less than a year. Concussion wise, and that's that's nothing to mess around with me wish him the best. Absolutely. So Scott King is going to join us from the Blackhawks crazy podcast here on WGN radio. And some game Hogue is gonna come back to you ever heard reason role as bears expert and also as a member of the White Sox broadcast crew. We'll talk a little Manny Machado in town today to visit with the White Sox. So there you get around to cover covered for rain is entourage. I think there was a total of four which is not too bad. For hell. I carry at least that. That. Because of the flight, you know, and he might have gotten a smaller Gulfstream, I get over here. You know? A couple of people behind but take it away. Absolute you hear the sounds better at the top five at five the cod show, weekday afternoons on seven twenty WGN. Chicago smart speaker users just say play WGN radio on tunein. News is sponsored by Luma tastes of Chicago. And here's dot clapping. Thank you. Andy thirty five degrees under fair skies right now at O'Hare teacher strike in Palatine based district to eleven has been averted. The district announcing a deal on a new tentative contract just hours before a threatened strike and a day before finals were set to start parents anxiously awaiting an update here. All.

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Experts: UAE, Saudis may have committed war crimes in Yemen

WBZ Morning News

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Experts: UAE, Saudis may have committed war crimes in Yemen

"The UN says the governments of Yemen the United Arab Emirates and Saudi. Arabia may be responsible for war crimes during three years, of escalated fighting against rebels in Yemen We have more from ABC's Tom, rivers not mincing his words Charles Garo away in Geneva from. The UN, experts group says the rebels. And, Saudi Arabia in the UAE may have conducted attacks in violation of the principles of distinction proportionality and all precautions. Which may amount to war crimes meanwhile the Saudi led coalition accuses the UN of. Biased reports on their Yemen airstrikes more than fifteen thousand civilians have been killed or injured. Since the war

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"scott king" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"scott king" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The wgn radio dot com you can follow him on twitter at scott king media we're gonna talk a little blackhawks and some other fun stuff to so yeah three one thousand nine hundred seventy two hundred is the is the phone number and let us bring scott onto the show hello scott good man how are you are good good all right give everybody a little background on yourself in case they haven't heard you on the show before yeah yeah sure not like doing your show i don't just have the talk i love talking i was a a stand up comedian awhile ago before i started doing this i've probably the hawks for for us wgn and tribune and some other outlets so penetrator to right where i can and get on radio yeah tell me about a little bit about about the the standup stuff well did you enjoy doing that yeah you know i i did a lot i i did it for about almost ten years before i became a writer got to the point where i was also looking rooms the producer for shows for the congress theater and i hope the way factory open and i looked the first few months shows there this show so it's really really cool learning the business and and mainly just hanging out with better you loved medias comics and and seen herbertson works i thought was the best part yeah yeah it is it's a it's a it's a fun it's a fun place and and and an arena in an interesting an a interesting group of people to hang out with us so you also wrote wrote test some jokes for norma donald held everybody about how that happened yes i think last time you had me on i was stack writer in the show i get all the emails for his youtube show mcdonagh lives and i got wind that it was going off joke on on the show yet even though i was a writer we'll take your guys talking about that are writers for shows all the time trying to get them get it on so yeah i heard i i realized there was two shows left and yet tim alanon and they they got to the segment and i get an email saying oh you got this joke on you have to watch it i get what else yeah so some i'm watching and a lot of times they cut the side where they read the jokes just 'cause the long or you know norm doesn't feel is right for some reason so they do jokes i'm already happy i wrote up on south head before for that and i think the first one is when i got three on that show to norm read once a mound road which is pretty cool too yeah the first one norm who's my favorite and you're i know you're a huge fan at him you gave you a shout out when you got onto walker cheney did he did which was insane but yeah that's unreal so you so you know his style cadence.

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"scott king" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"scott king" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The one thirty news are scott king is going to join us he writes about blackhawks for us here at chelsea blogger blog and he co host blackhawks crazy with chris boden and they're both wgnradiocom and we're gonna talk blackhawks and and some more stuff to scott's a fun gotta have on so we'll chat with him coming up after one thirty we got some facts about matlock that we're going to talk about and that'll get us to talking about tv and movie lawyers and and more so three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number and as we've discussed we've discussed all you can eat deals air here on the on the show before and the end and of course one of my favorites of people who enjoys the all you can eat is our buddy mike steven also known as bro hymn who spent a significant amount of time at the oc be as he called it old country buffet he referred to the old country buffet do people actually refer to it as the oc beers is just a bro him i have never heard anyone other than bro okay because nobody else calls walgreens the greens yeah he dined there to quite frequently like when he was producing my my sunday night show he'd go across the street and get a nice fresh prepackaged egg salad sandwich from the walgreens across the street and then complain when it wasn't good i don't know if i should have gotten that excel sandwich from the greens really you're you're actually thinking about it after you've eaten an egg salad sandwich a prepackaged eggs out sandwich from walgreens and it might have been a mistake the gas station sushi never good idea anyway so there's these all you can eat places and all you can eat deal in a restaurant.

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"scott king" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"scott king" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And welcome back everybody nick to gilio here on seven twenty wgn were live and the allstate skyline studios on the eighteenth floor three oh three east wacker right here in chicago downtown chicago scott king is my guest he writes about the blackhawks for us here on a chelsea blogger po blog and he co host the blackhawks crazy podcast with chris boden and we're talking blackhawks and more with scott and you can follow him on twitter at scott king media scott welcome back thank you sir all right let's talk a little bit about some of the blackhawks moves and news we want to talk about the they got a forward from the canucks in exchange for karaoke tell tell us a little bit about him yeah is interesting last name waiting to hear his nickname i'm not going to hear much from him is basically an h l deal maybe a clear little camps space but his last name is pronounced the shampoo if we ever get a nickname out of him so he i don't think that that's going to be one where you see him play up anytime soon yeah i to be made a bad see i think why you haven't heard much happened and look you know they have about ten million in space they need a top for defense been bad yeah it wouldn't hurt them they get another winger you up some of these young guys can play center but i think more moves are going to be made stan bowman kind of agreed when he was asked if the reason that the blackhawks seven traded trade around the draft was having because there's kinda waiting nhl all the way into the dominos to fall all these guys who are free agents to see who's gonna go where you guys are gonna fifty restricted free agents signed with their team it's around the around the deadline you see a lot more movement i think yeah all right let's talk about you covering the ufc two to five for chicago magazine it was the second fight for punk and it did not go well then it went you know exactly how i think everyone expected it to but you just have that thing where you just hoping for a little miracle a little a little movie moments where because he always is i know i heard you're a fan of his yes yes you know look is he's a he's a nice guy he's an interesting guy he's funny he hangs out with a lot of the comedians around chicago and people wanted him do you i i everyone is kind of like hey was this guy think he is you know he's taken a a paycheck way from actual fighter but you can either fighters around a card with them especially pay per view they're getting more money 'cause he's on the card and most guys looking good friends i wanna get in a cage and he's going through a training camp for however long so he just didn't have it yeah i haven't actually i wanted to around you up to twenty five i never actually saw him russell i kind of want to watch because i might agree with what joe rogan was saying i guess is that he's just not he's just not as let it especially in terms of you know a combat sports where he moves yeah but i credit he lasted the whole fight he he even if he getting carried maybe a little bit yeah to make to make it last but he he later some shopping you got a takedown or two he he definitely improved from his last fight you can you can say that but you know dana white said over i think you should do something over after yeah well yeah i don't know i give them credit for trying and everything but i mean he's just seriously i mean one of my favorite pro wrestlers ever and and i always root for him so and i.

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"scott king" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"scott king" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Thirty news are scott king is going to join us he writes about blackhawks for us here at chelsea blogger blog and he co host blackhawks crazy with chris boden and they're both wgn radio dot com and we're gonna talk blackhawks and more stuff to scott's always a fun gotta have on so we'll chat with him coming up after one thirty we got some facts about matlock that we're gonna talk about and that'll get us to talking about tv and movie lawyers and yeah and more so three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number and as we've discussed we've discussed all you can eat deals air here on the on the show before and the and and of course one of my favorites of people who enjoys the all you can eat is our buddy mike steven also known as bro ham who spent a significant amount of time at the oc be as he called it old country buffet he referred to the old country buffet do do people actually refer to it as they will be or is that just a bro ham i have never heard anyone other than bro okay because nobody else calls walgreens the greens yeah he dined there to quite frequently like when he was producing my my sunday night show he'd go across the street and get a nice fresh prepackaged egg salad sandwich from the walgreens across the street and then complain when it wasn't good i don't know if i should have gotten that excelled sandwich from the greens really you're you're actually thinking about it after you've eaten an egg salad sandwich prepackaged egg salad sandwich from walgreens and it might have been a mistake gestation sushi never good idea anyway so there's these all you can eat places and all you can eat deal in a.

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"scott king" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"scott king" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Certainly the emmett till case and particularly the acquittal of emmett till murderers are on her mind that day december first nineteen fifty five when she makes her bustan she talks about thinking about tail she'd been at a mass meeting a couple of days earlier where they had learned about the acquittal of the minute killed him so i think even thinking about the montgomery bus boycott as being also about kind of criminal justice she works on political prisoners committees in the sixties and seventies she's against the death penalty so part of what that chapter is trying to do is show kind of the robustness of the movement and even these most iconic figures like king in parks right king has this view of global human rights and he's at the you know the last campaign he's building at the end of his life that people like rosa parks and credit scott king will take forward is a new is poor people's campaign so very much the ties between kind of economic justice and racial justice so part of that middle chapters about expanding how we see what the goals of the civil rights movement actually were we've just got about a minute or so left i want to jump to the afterward it simply says a history for a better world how do you conclude your book gene partly why i wrote my book is because i think the the civil rights defenders misused often in the president as kind of wedge against contemporary movements like black lives matter when in fact there are many parallels between the civil rights movement and black lives matter in many parallels in terms of the way they're both criticized and i think part of what this history gives us is sustenance for how we continue the struggle for justice and the president and so part of where i end the book is is showing how much this history gives us for today well i'm glad we could visit gene a very interesting read and you've explained it nicely and i'm so glad that we could chat here thank you for having me gene theo harris our guest talking about her book a more beautiful and terrible.

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"scott king" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

The Influencer Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"scott king" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

"Oh thank you okay so yes first and foremost my parents if people hear my story and the whole jury they know they my parents divorced at some point but i was raised in its appear household even you know my mom is remarried and whatnot but my father represented him in always kept around different civil rights leaders and he was rosa parks attorney we were always around like even credit scott king martin luther king's wife so i will definitely say my parents my mother also won the largest discrimination case in the state of michigan so my parents i in foremost were definitely trailblazers in making a way for the next generation is in myself in the kept people around us that were always tro places as well too so we were always cast lee seeing people just on the frontline with a community activist or to a local teacher just people just operating in in a position of purpose in a position of serving others so i was definitely raised around it so i would definitely say a lot of my fight comes from that professionally most definitely my career started in two thousand four in the area of pure marketing with films in there was late about memorize stevenson net mentor me and she was the first black executive reversal and she has service over seven hundred movie thing yet and i will definitely say that she took me under her wing her food elision just taught me everything she knew when it was that was definitely an honor so there are people always that i get to learn from that are around me that have made way for others which is why for me it's so important to make way for the next people to come behind myself what beautiful mentors and i mean how incredible are your parents to be a part of that time to enact so much change in progress that's incredible.

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"scott king" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"scott king" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Five forty so i good for an eight fifty five opie s with a couple of homers and a couple steals two of each they're and that's thirteen games now in the nineteen games since then he has a one fifty five to twenty two one seventy two with no homers and two stolen bases and of course there's there's the requisite freak out to go with what's wrong with scott kingery i don't know you know he's a twenty four year old adjusting to life in the big and it's it's not good i'm not saying i'm not saying don't ever worry about players or that anybody's wrong for questioning kingery what i'm saying is is have some nuance about the about the panic and say okay i have concerns but i'm not instantly running away from scott king especially if you were a big kingery backer that's where it really surprises me when when one of these prospects big backers instantly flips after thirty two games that's where i'm like wow you love this guy you thought he was the game game changer and again i you can see this across this is not a straw man i'm not just building this up and attacking something that doesn't happen this happens with prospects often if they are not beasts are discarded on for the next flavor of the month and so i think with kingery you know it's not a great plate profile with twenty eight percents strikeouts five percent walks that's pretty pretty mediocre to bad even i i would venture to say bad that's below average on both counts there.

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Fbi, Jeff Bram and Facebook discussed on Provocative Enlightenment

Provocative Enlightenment

01:56 min | 3 years ago

Fbi, Jeff Bram and Facebook discussed on Provocative Enlightenment

"To consumer dna genealogy services say they don't take part in california's golden state killer investigation ancestry at twenty three and me so customer genetic information is not shared with law enforcement crime scene dna was checklist genealogy databases police i think this is going to get bigger and bigger the cost will probably come down and so expect people to see more cases like the golden state serial killer abc news contributor former fbi agent brad garret using ancestry databases is fairly new and somewhat rare and the reason why is it's time consuming and it can be expensive law enforcers have to get permission for genealogy database access we get some snapshots about hiring and employment this week says abc's daria albinger among them we get adp's monthly report it's due out on wednesday this one only measures hiring at private employers but economists do consider it to be a good indication of what we can expect from the governments numbers a few days later president trump for the first time is hosting an african president at the white house nigerian president mahmoud abu bahari tomorrow nigeria is africa's most populous country with almost two hundred million people the largest economy on the continent and the leading crude oil exporter honoring the widow of a civil rights leader who's an icon in her own right coretta scott king's alma mater in boston the new england conservatory the bronze bust is called continuation of a dream this is abc news quick on their feet from rocket mortgage by quicken loans things were going very bad melinda ray was suffering from a disease that was destroying her liver she had to find a donor match in one facebook post later former navy seal jeff bram step a total stranger answered the call i just said i'm up let's do if he thinks we quick on their feet mortgage confidently with rocket mortgage by quicken loans go to rocketmortgage dot com licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender mls number.

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4 presumed dead in Marine helicopter crash in Southern California

03:01 min | 3 years ago

4 presumed dead in Marine helicopter crash in Southern California

"Independent voter and he starts doing his homework now if you don't concern yourself too early it could become too late really quick so it's never too early to never too early this is npr news san francisco's high housing costs have been chasing artists away what did the city found a way to keep them well with the artist preference those would be unit specifically earmarked for people who qualify working artists cultural workers so would increase their chances within a lottery i'm brian watt teachers have their preference for new housing why not artists learn more today on morning edition one of the stories ahead we have morning edition kiki reading news brian watt will be reporting throughout the morning and you can hear that specific segment at six twenty three and again at eight twenty three am stay tuned for forum later this morning forum will be bringing you the latest on the shooting yesterday at the youtube headquarters in san bruno that's from nine to nine thirty michael returns with a discussion about president trump's announcement that his administration plans to militarily guard the border with mexico those topics and more on forum later this morning at nine from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly later today bells will be ringing across memphis tennessee and other cities in the us to mark fifty years since the assassination of dr martin luther king junior the civil rights leader was shot to death on a balcony of the lorraine motel in memphis by james earl ray in atlanta kings children will be gathering at their father's gravesite taylor gant with georgia public broadcasting has more bernice king dexter scott king and martin luther king the third will gather at their parents crips tonight in atlanta the surviving children will they reads at the burial site for dr king and his wife kereta scott king a ceremonial gong will be struck thirty nine times just after six o'clock central when king was shot in memphis for us marines are presumed dead after their helicopter crashed during a training mission in southern california eric anderson with member station k p b s says the aircraft went down yesterday afternoon a few miles from the mexico border the craft they were flying in was a c h fiftythree e super stallion helicopter that's large enough to carry up to fifty marines or thirty thousand pounds of cargo the helicopter was with the.

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Bells across the nation will toll 39 times to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

03:01 min | 3 years ago

Bells across the nation will toll 39 times to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

"Independent voter and he starts doing his homework now if you don't concern yourself too early it could become too late really quick so it's never too early to never too early this is npr news san francisco's high housing costs have been chasing artists away what did the city found a way to keep them well with the artist preference those would be unit specifically earmarked for people who qualify working artists cultural workers so would increase their chances within a lottery i'm brian watt teachers have their preference for new housing why not artists learn more today on morning edition one of the stories ahead we have morning edition kiki reading news brian watt will be reporting throughout the morning and you can hear that specific segment at six twenty three and again at eight twenty three am stay tuned for forum later this morning forum will be bringing you the latest on the shooting yesterday at the youtube headquarters in san bruno that's from nine to nine thirty michael returns with a discussion about president trump's announcement that his administration plans to militarily guard the border with mexico those topics and more on forum later this morning at nine from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly later today bells will be ringing across memphis tennessee and other cities in the us to mark fifty years since the assassination of dr martin luther king junior the civil rights leader was shot to death on a balcony of the lorraine motel in memphis by james earl ray in atlanta kings children will be gathering at their father's gravesite taylor gant with georgia public broadcasting has more bernice king dexter scott king and martin luther king the third will gather at their parents crips tonight in atlanta the surviving children will they reads at the burial site for dr king and his wife kereta scott king a ceremonial gong will be struck thirty nine times just after six o'clock central when king was shot in memphis for us marines are presumed dead after their helicopter crashed during a training mission in southern california eric anderson with member station k p b s says the aircraft went down yesterday afternoon a few miles from the mexico border the craft they were flying in was a c h fiftythree e super stallion helicopter that's large enough to carry up to fifty marines or thirty thousand pounds of cargo the helicopter was with the.

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"scott king" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"scott king" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"You could see the fans recognizing that guerrero has taken over at third base they just had his picture upon the scoreboard say he's trying to suppress that smile that come out surely that'd be a trope for him he's been on his field before but it was a long time ago yeah when he was a little kid come in the ballpark with his father he's wearing his father's number also i don't know if you had a chance to notice that familiar number twenty seven and there it goes two so a really cool moment haza may the first voice heard on sports net then buck martinez vladimir junior there were no plans for him to wear number twenty seven his father's number but in a person working for the blue jays packed it in his bag as prize really neat that he got that experience he will be in the big leagues probably in two thousand and nine thousand nine hundred scott kingery newly signed by the phillies did this on monday got kingery to lead off here in the in the pitch to kyrie is swung on hit high the air deep left field go at back on dickerson to the track in front of the wall he is out of room and it is gone that ball just kept carrying on dickerson out there and left at scott king with his fifth home run of the spring has extended the phillies lead it's nothing that sound from wip in the red sox game a really scary moment for third baseman rafael devers santa leo now.

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"scott king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"scott king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dr ethereal harris i do want to ask you about the pareto's godking because as i indicated we always think about the grieving widow i when we of course think of murli evers we think of that i think caretta scott king is the arctic typical grieving widow but but that's unfair isn't it i mean she had not only the work that she believed in in another herself but also continued the work of dr king tell us a little bit about what happened in the immediate aftermath of his assassination in the years thereafter thank you and i just to say it is such an honor i can't quite believe i'm here at the apollo i felt like i needed to say that so yeah i think we've trapped her there's that iconic picture of credit scott king right veiled all in black stoic and i think we've chapter b behind that vail and we haven't seen her right she is political before she meets them part of why they fall in love is because of that sheared politics in many ways her kind of global vision her piece vision moves him he will talk in the mid 60s cheese out against the war in vietnam publicly in large measure before him a reporter asked them after she gives a speech did you educate her he says no she educated me and she me she shows a staggering fortitude i think because four days later she goes and leads the march in memphis that he was supposed to lead and then she picks up right so many strands of the movement so it is her and many comrades across the country you take up the work of the poor people's campaign that spraying they go to dc right to make poverty visible and to make it impossible to ignore poor people in this country made she is working on sort of and helping to so kind of the civil rights movement and the antiwar movement further together and echoing what mr jones was talking about the fbi is to increases their surveillance of her in the aftermath of his assassination because of her kind of power and leadership right so in many ways there's something embarrassing about how the fbi and 19 sixty nine is taking her leadership more seriously than we do today and as dr jones indicated they lived with that threat of dan did they left the.

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"scott king" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"scott king" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Downtown riches which is now the sam nunn building for those who are familiar in downtown and of course dr king was arrested with the others and he was quickly taken for the atlanta jails under the care of county jail and then whisker after wreaths real and no one knew on the outside will of tea associated with his family of the movement what had happened to him uh vicepresident makes it at the time was running for president against senator kennedy both campaigns had considered reaching out to his king of various levels of involvement now think we think about this this was a time when probably ninety percent or better of african americans were republicans they were lincoln republicans and so when lixin didn't act or make a gesture it opened the door for senator kennedy to to do so now he didn't get dr king out of jail necessarily but he reached out to caretta scott king and so that impress daddy who had been a lincoln republican and he changed his mind about uh john f kennedy because he had previously spoken at eto endowed of kid at his candidacy and that just set off a domino effect across the country so african americans were the first time switch to the democratic party and have been there ever since which changed the course of american history because in a lake even though their race was tight in a nixon was favourite to win that election and so dr king his involvement there after after that he became very much involved with the students them at along our history trail we feature a a monument at hurt park down adjacent at georgia state university where major civil rights demonstration took place after the march on washington in 1963 we actually have flooded it's of dr king speech.

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"scott king" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"scott king" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Martin the cleanup ma'am steps in one ninety one on the air seven homers twenty four runs batted in first baseman for the point and built hits from the left side so the shift stays on for the fisher cats i could for martin i follow mrs down and away i heard a lot twelve home runs not as more than anybody in the eastern league by the we secondplace who said teammate came doss one opiates the martin out missiles low downstairs to an o'hara says you have to throw strike unless you again the one the king report moorefield leakers iranian pretty much right behind the second base baggies step to the right side of first race gunnar hide clean over in the regular third baseman spot in case turkey tries to leave from second to open from martin and now on just a hair out side south korean own martin tokyo second hold on a i still nobody out here on the top of the first in the fighting fills a one nothing lead on a solo homer by scott king kingery air comes the reopened and that one missiles low another fastball from harassed that could not find the plate and the bases will be loaded here for reading in the top of the first thinning with nobody out here's vince horsemen already four pitches into the yachting pitcher cut pitching goetestam pay a visit to the mount roh officially harasses thrown eight balls in one strike and the onestrike was the one that king read put off these sam adams grew house out in left field earlier cats are handed out.

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