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"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Of course fifty years ago today Kent state and there were demonstrations at Washington university one of the demonstrators a student a senior there from shaker heights Ohio Howard mechanic was arrested he was charged convicted sentenced to five years and he joins us now talking about his experience back then and you know I'll tell you what Mr mechanic if I was escaping the long arm of the law I would wake up in the middle of night I am sure just afraid that I'd be caught what was that your experience all through the twenty eight years as a fugitive on a regular basis I would wake up in a cold sweat after having nightmares about being chased about being caught so that happened the whole twenty years and when I turn myself in after the twenty eight years the nightmare stopped well how how many put times did you come close to turning yourself in or just reach a breaking point in that almost three decades I never came that came close as time went on I felt more comfortable at the in my life it had created a new life and has been successful business had a family I was involved in issues in Arizona I even became prominent was chair of the steering committee for Arizona's for clean elections we passed a statewide initiative in nineteen ninety eight so I felt more more comfortable and we tried to negotiate through a third party the government was not interested in negotiating so that was the end of that had you not run for office in Scottsdale do you think that you'd be still living as Gary treadway your alias and not Howard mechanic probably that was a mistake in judgment as distance that I was over the twenty eight years well I started out being very bank living to myself and not getting involved in anything in the community at all and then over over a period of time I start I just felt I had to get involved in things that's the way I've always been and one thing led to another like I said I was involved in look the statewide initiative I was also involved in Scott still issues stopping some corporate welfare programs I was featured on in a weekly new times article and by that time I was also on TV discussing issues and probably thought that I could I do just about anything but that wasn't that was a mistake to run for city council Howard looking back at what happened at wash U. and then your decision to to run from the law for twenty eight years do you have any regrets and I.
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed
"Were across racial lines but these women fit so well that it doesn't matter only every once in a while with the way they have Pearl Act. Do I feel like this is not to character? Your let's fuck the technicalities actually talked about this this this show. Can we talk about Pearl Eric Please? Because they are so much raw the woman the young lady who plays her gorgeous as she is given the baby of Libya pope she was like I want to paint. I WANNA pay the other wall. I was like the Shonda rhimes muddle if I ever seen one. I want to all I was like you better lean. It's a baby carry. Now she was in. I was fantastic. I like her as an actress. Lexi you are doing too good a job with this Dan Lama. Listen live lexi sweetheart. I'm keeping my eye on you. I just did the hand motion to my cat. He oil and use it as you. I think you are talented. You are as she is holding on her pages with Harry Washington as she is and she's staying steady. She is staying strong. And I'm like impressed but by God do I hate her character. Man So Pearl is Mia warrants daughter and MIA in Pearl move from place to place. Kind of as their their nomads. You kinda get the fence at first that they move around because it's the nature of me as work as an artist you know. She does mix media whatever she decides on. Her subject is where they up and decide to move to but you very quickly realize that MIA is deliberately kept her teenage daughter in a bubble that has produced child. Who has the wherewithal to whether this kind of nomadic existence but retains a very dangerous kind of naive ity? And she's thirsty for stability for Normalcy for popularity for the experiences that you can't get when you're not rooted somewhere and you have like a core friend group now. This movie takes place and Saint Places. The book Shaker Heights Ohio. I'm from Shaker heights and I almost asked her. She was free to talk us. Just because I have questions about Shaker Heights I will say also the author is either from Shaker Heights or somewhere near Shaker Heights. No this correctly this is her job is out. I was right. Okay got it. Yeah and so you get this weird peek into this. That Pearl is still kind of in development. But she's on that very weird cusp that certain kids Ron. That is only take one thing. Tip them in the wrong damn direction. But she's you would think she's more savvy given the life she and her mother live. I think the interesting part of that is her mother. Her mother is she. There's a neglectful missiles began. It isn't a gluttonous that she has has a mom for and we're getting I think slowly but surely throughout the episode. We're getting a background where that's coming from. And where that not mad nature comes from 'cause it's not just urban artists. There's something clearly from matic that has happened in her prior life. That has made her who she is. As a person data by MIA. However I think I think you know we talked you. You mentioned that you don't know whether or not the coupling of Mehan Elena are are of different ethnicities and I think that that brings another element to it because if they are not in the book the way that hurl as a character aspires to be Elena. Does it read or code as her aspiring to whiteness. No that brings another level of element. Now we'll say if it was just Pearl doing that with Elena I think I would. I would enjoy this show left's but I think what helps balance it a little bit. Not even lead balances at Enough. Is that the youngest daughter. Also wants to be like. Mia Easy and so you into the youth I think it brings a level balanced now is even know because man how how the door wants aspire to be like. Nia is starkly different than how her wants to be like Elena because I think on a one on one framework from Elena and and Pearl I think they generally have a bond of commonality and I think she sees who she wants her youngest daughter to be and she is if you raped her she could relate to hurl. I think it's the interaction of Pearl with kids. That dogged thirsty in problematic in problematic. Let me tell you the best of the best prison is. Goddamn show was Moody Moody as wherever you want to do is go save. Moody. Okay so I didn't. I didn't get the feeling that Elena so much That Pearl so much wants to be Elena as Pearl wants what she thinks. Elena is mother. Yes I think. It's a combination of that but I also think there's an aspiration aspect you know totally kindred you know. She's a Raw. She's she's a writer she's a reporter of the same bank. She's a writer allayed as a reporter and like even again. We're talking about the youngest daughter whose name I'm blanking on is being are like. That's it is an MIA. Boop artists both have this life tortured spirit outfits everything of that nature like it makes sense and I understand that. It's it's awesome. Pearl wants rules. She does her all want structure instability. Pearl wants. There's one moment that I think has happened. In the last episode where MIA and Elena get into a fight and I think it was the best encapsulation of conversations about opportunity race and why those discussions between white with white people always go sideways in ways that you sometimes can't recover from when she was like you know. I'm a good mother. I make good choices and MIA or care. Washington turn around and said no. You had good choices to make where you come from who you are gave you good choices to make and races response made me have to walk away from my television so I didn't break it. Her response was I didn't make it about race. Yeah and there's a difference between us. I didn't make it about race. And she's like you made it about race when you get in the middle of the street asking to be. Yo Damn made and I think that kind of soap opera like that dialogue in the wrong hands falls apart it? Just it doesn't work because it's really kitschy and it's very difficult. Sometimes when you WANNA take a book that's got You know it's got some very contemporary. But it's got certain thriller elements to it and it's got quirks and for foibles and they wanNA play around with some of these issues to translate that in a way that doesn't you know just doesn't make hey so first off the top. I don't think anybody could have made this work. The Way It is other than Carrie Washington Specifically because of what you said about when we first started like all the way as far back to election. Reese Witherspoon has reese witherspoon has been truly identified with this particular type of white earth of mindset. The sensibility the sentiment even the intonation in her voice. Like how you throw out the line. Oh I'm sure you've had so much in common. I was like I'm a punch suspicion her face and a but then you also have this other element of Pearl who she comes in this house. She's like you have this beautiful house. You can actually see the thirst on this child face. Now that is attributed testament Alexi underwood's abilities. But you also see like the little in city is math nations that are going on between the Richardson's outside of that picture perfect image. That Pearl seems unable to see through like her kids are arch can't are absolutely garbage except for. Moody in is Yellen Book. Even other Terry Extent Moody got his own. Damn prop you least allow. We still love he so I doubt Velzen I agree with you and again like this is again. This is this is a truly no matter. The man of the story that's crafted about around it. Every episode is the recent in carry out if them knowing who they are the actors they are and knowing what their strengths or weaknesses are and it's a pairing. I wouldn't have put in my head but yet it works. It absolutely absolutely works. I think depending on how the story on foles if it lands the plane right. Yeah I would definitely be on that on that train for them to get a emmy consideration for this because I just think that they do a fantastic job in this performance yet well the first episode called the spark and you know they start out and you get snapshot of the Rich Richardson House. You get a real clear idea of the personality in attitude for Elena Richardson because the first thing that you see her do is kind of you know. Push our kids out the door to get ready to face their day but the first thing you learn about her personally if she's a she's she's a I can't my mom business type. She sees a car that looks at a place in her town and calls the cops on the car. Which in turn is how you are introduced to me Warren and her daughter. Pearl and I think it's one of the better ways without being an you know. Massive amounts of exposition or Of of a fast real montage of pictures I think it is one of the better ways that she learned a foundational thing about each person. Who's the primary character show? But I think it gives you. I think this is one of the reasons why you ended up. Not Liking Pearl by the end of episode. Four like truly just not liking her is. I'll absolute the impression you get between her and Nia is that there is a partnership that there's a rhythm to their relationship that they're solid. There's an understanding there. The certain amount of harmony between them. And you don't re- you swiftly realize that that harmony only really exists for me because what he wants to see right and I think but still there's still a they're still lacks common since from Pearl right and it's like her mother doesn't provide it. I think the thing that to me is not talking to her kid or like if she not having talks with them was the things up so two or three with the bike. No she okay. This is one of those situations where you know. Damn well you ray. You can look at the situation. Say you weren't raise like this. Your mother that you you you knew better you knew before you did it. That's why you try in a minute ad Alma Joy..
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on Fresh Air
"The two thousand seventeen novel little fires everywhere by selecting tells the story of the relationship between a black family and a white family in Nineteen Ninety. S suburbia. The book has been adapted into a new Hulu series are critic at large John. Power says it's carried by its stars Reese Witherspoon and Carrie. Washington American television spent decades tiptoeing around race a topic the mid advertisers nervous. I can't say exactly when this change. Maybe somewhere between Obama's reelection the trump presidency but these days we're seeing an explosion of shows on this subject including blackish watchmen Atlanta shots fired and the people vs Oj Simpson. Now comes in little fires everywhere. A new eight part. Hulu series adapted from the two thousand seventeen bestseller by Celeste ing set during the late nineties and prosperous Shaker Heights Ohio. This drama uses the fraud encounter between two families. One will often white one bohemian black to raise tricky questions about race. Social class at how much we can shape life to our ends. The story begins with Taipei mother. Elena Richardson that's Reese Witherspoon. Watching her family's large home burned down. And everyone say that. Your disaffected daughter. Izzy set the fire to see this happened. We flashback several months. That's when Elena Rinse out. Her family owned apartment to meet a warrant. A nomadic single mom artist played by Kerry Washington and her teenage daughter Pearl. That's Lexi underwood bursting with new blessed. Leauge ELENA is proud to be helping MIA and Pearl. Make a home in Shaker heights a liberal bastion of good schools and seeming racial equality. She wants me and Pearl to have a good life like the one she shares. The third lawyer husband played by a genial Joshua Jackson and therefore teenage kids but life isn't so neat even as Pearl begins spending time with the Richardson House drawn. It's unfamiliar air of stability. The rebellious izzy gravitates to the SPIKY MIA whose art strive to show people as they really are not as they want to be. Seen the WARY MIA neither likes nor trusts Elena whom she finds complacent she's unhappy. That Pearl is being pulled into the Richardson. Family orbit believing they're both spoiling and using her daughter to keep an eye on this. She accepts Lena's cringe-worthy offer to do domestic work around their house. Naturally their relationship is strained as you can hear when Elena Burston unannounced with the problem. Something Bernie sorry I knocked. Can I help you yes? I forgot to give you the keys to the House and Money Gracious I. The place looks great..
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on Locations Unknown
"And this was based on the gun powder residue found at the scene. It took another four hours to get to. ATV's up the mountainside on an old logging road troopers had a chopped down trees to clear the way so that the bodies in evidence could be removed after that the investigation proceeded rapidly from Karen Lutts now remember Karen earn was with the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and had seen crews twice the day. He was going up to the shelter. She described crews and his red gym bags. They found one such bag at Thelma marks and the other at the Darlington shelter the library. Note that Flat feet had discovered gave gave them a name to go on. So they were actually looking for Casey Horn at this point. Yeah so Glenda Hood now this is Jeff Hoods Woods. Mom was at home in Signal Mountain Tennessee and she happened to switch on the radio on the morning of September fourteenth so this is a day after the bodies were discovered just in time to hear the news report that to hikers had been murdered near done cannon Jeff had just called from there three days before she knew her son was is careful in the past when they had discussed someone meeting a bad end in the outdoors. He always told her he didn't know what he was doing or he wasn't doing what he knew he he should be just the same. She Phone Jim. Larue and this is Molly's dad up in Shaker Heights Ohio and told him what she'd heard her. She said he burst into tears immediately and he said I was sure it was them. I just knew he saw molly's mother. Connie pull into the driveway with loaded groceries. He walked out and told her. I think this is going to be the longest day of our lives. So that's like that parental intuition that we always come across in a lot of these cases like suzy hurt. Like it's almost like you know. They had that feeling I would venture to guess he had just a pit feeling that that day and that call was almost confirmation of something he already felt. Yeah it's kind of weird when you go through these stories. You see the recounts from the people loved ones that were closest closest to the to the victims. It's almost like they. They know what's going to happen. There's some sort of connection that goes above and beyond information. They're hearing you're seeing so now I'm going to take a few excerpts here crews defense attorney and this is what we're talking about in the beginning. This is after his trial a year later. But it's important important to paint the picture of what happened that night and after crews left shelter that morning so his attorney was Gerry Philpott and he says he believes the couple did re shelter I. He said they were setting down for the night it was summer it would have been pretty light out still. He came upon the scene in something happened. This is a brain on cocaine and a quarter of Jim Beam. Philpott says crews. He would take a quarter of Jim. Beam in a cigarette. Pack full of cocaine powder and that is how he would hike. So I mean that's where it's it's an it's insane you get into like he's already obvi- mentally destroyed and now you're putting some sort of jet engine behind that by just adding cocaine An alcohol and alcohol. Yeah which I back in my paramedic days when I'd come across people on drugs you get somebody who's really coked out. It's like superhuman strength and not thinking clearly making very stupid decisions. Yeah and that's just probably somebody who doesn't have an underlying underlying mental condition exactly that's his quote unquote normal on a day-to-day basis. And we've all seen you know friends when they they've had a little too much to drink. So yeah factor in the mental issues. The you know the cocaine and now you know a a bottle of Jim Beam in you know you can kind of see how something like this could happen. Yeah I mean to do stuff like that that that's horrific. Yeah at you. You can't be a normal person let alone on without some sort of drug enhancement to make it to make yourself go through something so horrific and awful so crews shared very little information with him and this his his his attorney. He says he never wanted to talk about this incident or any of his alleged murders incidence in the days following the murder. And this is. We're not kind of cutting back to the real time on the trail so in the days following the murder crews would meet and interact with a few other hikers on the trail based on the conversations later recounted to law enforcement crews assumed. Jeff Molly stories as well as their gear here so he basically took on their personas. Yeah Cruz said. He'd started hiking in Maine around the first of June and was trying to catch up with Muskrat one of the through hikers. The couple and earl have met. So He's actually in this Kinda leads into if he's telling their story he talked to them because he wouldn't know this information. He wasn't reading log entries the whole way. Yeah so he knows you know trail names. He knows where they started. He's knowing information about them. So so maybe he when they met it. Wasn't you know violent at first. Maybe he got to know them a little bit. Yeah which is very very creepy and the era very disconcerting. For sure the up so earl swift and this is again our writer from the Outside magazine. Who's telling the story Most of the story was still on the trail hiking in Virginia's Shenandoah National Park when a pair of day hikers informed him that a couple had been killed on the trail up in Pennsylvania. Five days before for Earl called home immediately to find out more information and learned that it was unfortunately molly and Jeff. He writes in the article that he spent the next few view day stunned in disbelief. He was attempting to catch up to a through hiker. He had come in and out of contact with named Marcus. Markle Marcus Makaluza of Tennessee. His trail name was GRANOLA. Earl caught up with GRANOLA and another southbound through hiker. He said the main topic of the conversation was obviously the killings. He's at that time with. They did not know is that cruise was in custody. A Federal Park Rangers in harpers ferry having been captured only a few hours before before as he walked across a bridge in the Walked across a bridge over the Potomac. There was actually a hiker who'd even barked on a freelance search for the killer and recognize Jeff's pack on his back in sounded the alarm. Yes is that foreshadowing from before that bright. Green Gregory Gregory pack that really stood out actually helped and it sounds like You know even in the era before Internet I it sounds like the the story story of these murders kind of started spreading on the trail. Pretty quickly yes. Oh I think it's very evident than news. got a hold of it and when that happens. If you're in search Gotcha story you could probably find it and like I said like I'm remembering going back and reading newspapers and things like that watching television It I'm sure it was easy to get information on. If you were trying to find it yeah cruise was jailed pending trial a lawman Pennsylvania began putting together their case. The families families of the couple actually became very close as they grieved over the deaths of their children so discussions even began and questions raised whether the trails should be shut down while so they. They were contemplating shutting the whole Appalachian trail down at this. This is not the family this is just Kinda and again. I can't really isn't like some sort of like board the trail. Yeah it makes all the decisions but it was some I mean. This was a gruesome murder and nothing like this has ever happened especially in the back country hiking community. which which if you think about there should not be anything violent going on there and after this happened really shook everybody So Jim and this is molly's father said that's when Molly's voice would come up and tell me if you ever let my death be an excuse for anything to happen. The trail never forgive you so he was young. Ah fervently against anything like that happening. Mal was where she wanted to be doing what you wanted to do carrying about what she wanted to care about. Having Fun and meeting and enjoying so many people he says to die doing something you love is not the worst thing in life. There are no guarantees. Her Dad was obviously very strong. Yeah this whole thing to be in that type of state so I don't know how I would react in that case and I don't know if I would be that calm and that reflective on arguably doing the more right thing you know I it's you you get. That said like I'd probably WanNa go murder the guy and I'd be full of rage and vengeance and he seemed to be in a place of peace which is I mean? Just confusing seem to me because it kind of it makes me upset thinking about it. He I mean I can. I can see the one side of it. You know the parent you know. Your kid was killed in a gruesome murder. You probably I could see wanting revenge. I could see you on the trail closed down things like that. But in the flip side you know as both of us do backcountry. She hiked quite a bit. Something ever happened to me. I would definitely not want. The area was hiking closed down or anything like that because now we know the risks of going out into the back country which we tried. Prepare for anything that can happen. But you never know. You wouldn't want your legacy to be tied with something that took away some beautiful thing in nature. Yeah and I think Jim realized that and was very vocal go about I think you're saying that's not even on the table. Molly.
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"And it's it's just it's terrible. Who are these people who actually why do they bother to one like right before going to work? The like let me just make a couple of mean tweets about someone's appearance. But one out of every ten of those is like kind of this kind of like a useful sartorial tip in there. You know? So one guy one guy was like, you know, with that shirt, and that suit this guy has no neck. That's pretty mean. That's are looking at the pictures. I was like, you know, I have a shorter than average neck. I'm not shame to say. I have to look at your. Yeah. It's it's a little it's it's it's a little pie. Fortieth percent. You know? And so I asked a friend of mine sit. Simple, just where just wear t shirts with your suit jackets. I tried that looks a little better. So I do that. Sometimes like, you know, thank you troll. My wife is never going to tell me the truth about my neck length. Well, she probably likes the way your net. She may not I don't know. But you know, sometimes you just have to go on TV and endure the wrath of Trump voters to find out important truths about your body, your father traveled to the United States from India with seven dollars in his pocket, and you've written about how the first thing you ever learned about India was that your parents had chosen to leave. It you go on to state that the country was lost you in America. And you had to reassemble it in your mind from fragments of anecdotes. What did you think of India before you visited it I visited it from a pretty young age before I could really think so those two processes were kind of in parallel, but the reality that I think a lot of immigrant families the second. Generation people like don't talk about so openly. Is you have this relationship to the old country the homeland back home, whatever people call it? But the founding story of that other place is that the people you love the most the people to whom you're most attached and childhood voted to get out of that place with their feet. And so I think the honest account of the kind of my founding story with India is it's a story of exit and exit for some reason because he's a people you respect to of is amid a wise decision. And then when I would visit as a child there were a lot of things that confirmed. I mean, I I had a good time. But there were a lot of things that confirmed and built on the story line of this is a place worth leaving. You know, I had never seen a beggar in shaker heights, Ohio as a four year old five year old six year old in. In a car in Delhi or Mumbai. It's pretty jarring to see. I just. On the other side of the glass. Banging, you know heartbreaking and it never gets easier. But it's really jarring at that age. And then the fact that this was a place where my parents left because they felt to my father that his potential couldn't be developed there. And so I had a very strange relationship to it. But I think one of the funny things about wanting to be a writer is, and I got some very good advice along the way from a mentor of mine Jill Abramson that you kind of run towards things that make you uncomfortable. And that makes more interesting writing than staying close to home. And so eventually that kind of relationship that began with that negative story line was the reason for going there. And then going there transform the story. Your father would eventually graduate from Harvard, and you've written that it was not long before. My mother was backing red Oldsmobile larger than many Indian dwellings down in icy. Driveway in suburban shaker heights, Ohio not long before my father with his Indian accent with counseling, the executives of America's leading companies..
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Is often and in what? But what do you do when you're husband, rapes, your, mama? Being killed six marriage. Next. Rondo Geraldo, Rivera's television show ran for like fifteen years hugely successful television show every single day. There was a promo like this. Marriages often end in problem. But what do you do when your husband rates your, mama? Man, lesbian, Whitehill six marriage or monster. What do you do with the lesbian wife who murders and husband who rapes your mother? What how does that work out at thanksgiving? Now this Geraldo Rivera, you know, what happened to him. He's on his third or fourth wife. He has his current wife. Erica says I want to move to a safe nice suburb to raise our kit. He has a twelve year old daughter, and he says, well, where do you wanna move and his wife Erika says I want to move to where I grew up shaker heights, Ohio. Shaker heights, Ohio. It's a suburb of Cleveland, it happens to be a magnificent suburb physically of a beautiful suburb, but it is the suburbs. And you know, I'm Geraldo Rivera from New York City raised in New York City career in New York City for eight hundred years you want me to move to shaker heights, Ohio. No man, ever says, we've got to move to the suburbs. There has never been a man who says yes, I want to move to the suburbs. The suburbs are are horrible place. It turns out that the Malays and depression that you often feel living in the suburbs is very physiologically. Real. There have been studies done major studies done thousands of people, and it turns out, it's not my imagination or yours. The suburbs are lousy places for our well-being. We need to interact with other people the biggest myth of living in the suburbs. The biggest myth of living in the suburbs. Is that everybody's friendly? The first time I saw my neighbors next door. You know, what I said? Knowingly. I pretended not to know English. The first thing my father did when we moved into our house when I was like three or four he planted fast high-growing shrubbery on the borders of our property and learn how to build a brick wall. He learned he did what he had to do. He couldn't afford to hire Mason to build a brick wall. He learned how to build it himself, and he built a brick wall that stands to this day four hundred years later because the suburbs are not only bad, psychologically. They make us feel isolated and depressed and sad. There's no mingling on the street. There's nothing good about living in the suburbs. Nothing. And like, I say, I believe the major cause of divorce in America is unspoken. It's not cheating by men because men don't cheat. Women cheat. It's amazing how many guilty women are walking around because they cheat. And then they they look for suspicious activity on the part of their husbands. Their husbands are doing nothing, but working worrying about the kids and commuting from the suburbs. The major cause of divorce is the suburbs. Because every man when they get on that train or that car or that bus to go home or to go to work has this subliminal or top of mind thought, which is I'm only doing this because my wife wanted to live in the suburbs. No guy says Honey, let's move from our cool apartment here in center city. Philadelphia are cool apartment here in oak park. And let's move or Georgetown are cool apartment insurance. Let's move way out to the suburbs. Let's do that. Wouldn't that be fantastic? They've also found it's not better for the kids. One of the myths as well, you know, what it'd be much better environment for the kids. Not really. The city is a better environment for the kids. I believe that the mate the major cause of divorce in America is living in the suburbs. In no, married. Couple lesbian or otherwise ino- married. Couple. Do both members say, yes, we've got a live in the suburbs. One of them had to sell the other and the remaining partner is a walking resentment that they are in the suburbs. That's what I know. By phone numbers live. I'm Walter Stirling on a Sunday night. My number's eight eight eight. Six eight nine two five eight eight eight eight six eight eight nine to five eight everybody who calls in tonight. From. Let's see. Where's it? I five in Portland. Seattle california. You say I'm I'm driving on I five you'll get put on I. Or if you're on I eighty in Pennsylvania. You will get put on. I just say I'm driving on I eighty or I'm driving on I five you'll get put on first you get a.
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And in what? What do you do when your husband, rapes your? Mandalay being wife killed six. Next. Geraldo, Geraldo, Rivera's television show brand for like fifteen years hugely successful television show every single day. There was a promo like this. What do you do when your husband rates your money? Killed six. What do you do with a lesbian wife who murders and husband who rapes your mother? What how does that work out at thanksgiving? Now this Geraldo Rivera, you know, what happened to him. He's on his third or fourth wife. He has his current wife. Erica says I want to move to a safe nice suburb to raise our kit. He has a twelve year old daughter, and he says, well, where do you wanna move and his wife Erika says I want to move to where I grew up shaker heights, Ohio. Shaker heights, Ohio. It's a suburb of Cleveland, it happens to be a magnificent suburb, physically a beautiful suburb, but it is the suburbs. And I'm Geraldo Rivera from New York City raised in New York City career in New York City for eight hundred years you want me to move to shaker heights, Ohio. No man, ever says, we've got to move to the suburbs. There has never been a man who says yes, I want to move to the suburbs. The suburbs are are horrible place. It turns out that the Malays and depression that you often feel living in the suburbs is very physiologically. Real. There have been studies done major studies done thousands of people. The turns out it's not my imagination or yours. The suburbs are lousy places for our well-being. We need to interact with other people the biggest myth of living in the suburbs. The biggest myth of living in the suburbs. Is that everybody's friendly? The first time I saw my neighbors next door. You know, what I said? Knowingly. I pretended not to know English. The first thing my father did when we moved into our house when I was like three or four he planted fast, high growing shrubbery on the borders of our property and learned how to build a brick wall. He learned he did what he had to do. He couldn't afford to hire Mason to build a brick wall. He learned how to build it himself, and he built a brick wall that stands to this day four hundred years later because the suburbs are not only bad, psychologically. They make us feel isolated and depressed and sad. There's no mingling on the street. There's nothing good about living in the suburbs. Nothing. And like, I say, I believe the major cause of divorce in America is unspoken. It's not cheating by men because men don't cheat. Women cheat. It's amazing. How many guilty women are walking around because they cheat. And then they they look for suspicious activity on the part of their husbands. Their husbands are doing nothing, but working worrying about the kids and commuting from the suburbs. The major cause of divorce is the suburbs. Because every man when they get on that train or that car or that bus to go home or to go to work has this subliminal or top of mind thought, which is I'm only doing this because my wife wanted to live in the suburbs. No guy says Honey, let's move from our cool apartment here in center city. Philadelphia are cool apartment here in oak park. And let's move or Georgetown are cool apartment insurance. Let's move way out to the suburbs. Let's do that. Wouldn't that be fantastic? They've also found it's not better for the kids. One of the myths as well, you know, it would be much better environment for the kids. Not really. The city is a better environment for the kids. I believe that the mate the major cause of divorce in America is living in the suburbs. In no, married. Couple lesbian or otherwise in no, married. Couple. Do both members say, yes, we've got to live in the suburbs. One of them had to sell the other and the remaining partner is a walking resentment that they are in the suburbs. That's what I know. By phone numbers live on Walter Stirling on a Sunday night. My number's eight eight eight. Six eight eight nine two five eight eight eight eight six eight eight nine to five eight everybody who calls in tonight. From. Let's see. Where's it? I five in Portland. Seattle california. You say I'm I'm driving on I five you'll get put on I. Or if you're on I eighty in Pennsylvania. You will get put on. I just say I'm driving on I eighty or I'm driving on I five you'll get put on first you get a chance to win. The prize announcement by guessing the mystery voice, we're going to have Florida stories coming up in just seconds on Walter Stirling. This is sterling on Sunday. Welcome to.
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Quarter picks up his second circuit chance opportunities that's two of them in a row here for the boston celtics great initial defense but they have not unable to grab the rebound proud uc's the replay of the cow over appear at foul rosier discards blocks and gets covered up tatum and horford back in the game tatum at the top throws it out to the left wing for morris penetrates pitches it to the lightweight open will hierarchy rattles it down terry rozier step it up in game six on the road offense attacking the closeouts get into the paint collapse the d and knock down the three terry rozier tonight within seven here's lebron at the top drives on horford ended up paint left hand layup good took them all the way inside the broads i point to the fourth three minutes four eighty nine eighty cleveland on top basing elimination boston to step away from the finals more is at the top of the key for boston weights promotion gives it up here right wing curls to the top against the broncos overdrive spotlight hesitates accelerates and he gets fouled from behind on his way to the rim i think clarkson got him great split right there of clarkson and lebron james terry rozier leaving it all out there how about the night he's having ten or fifteen six of nine from behind the ours he's got forty six a chance to go to twenty eight in cut this thing to seven shaker heights ohio native a suburb of cleveland in his hometown with his.
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"To play third quarter the shaker heights ohio native cleveland suburb it is hometown for over top of the key to low here out high eight to the foul lie behind a back step back through space against thompson miss the jumper aron baynes backpedaling put knock geraldo rebound finally does back up into the owner if it's a love side wild zegers verbatim james penetrating thompson gyms it down how did he even see tristan thompson there's an amazing pass eight more assists tonight it's forty one points on nine shots with abroad seventy one to forty eight eight minutes to go let's workload to yup a lot of help tonight bays left loss against james whitehead hoped no while batted off the backboard tipped into the air lebrons got it gazelles in the frontcourt at the top the smith underneath putting out to the corner spin throws it the hill open top of the p three allow check touched it while still other cylinder so offense a basket interference that it's boston ball the upper level it's not even close nights cleveland all this is a total role reversal the team that we saw in boston the celtics have not shown up here in cleveland is they're not playing with any sort of force or intensity that we saw the boston blues tatum penetrating from the left bumped and pinball on his way to the rim is called against cleveland it'll be on jr smith his second personal file a lot like game three that they had in their first round series against milwaukee yup they were up to.
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Sit simple just where just wear t shirts with your suit jackets i tried that look better so i do that sometimes like you know thank you troll my wife is never going to tell me the truth about my neck length well she probably likes the way your net she may not i don't know but you know sometimes you just have to go on tv and endure the wrath of trump voters to find out important truths about your body your father traveled to the united states from india with seven dollars in his pocket and you've written about how the first thing you ever learned about india was that your parents had chosen to leave it you go on to state that the country was lost to you in america and you had to reassemble it in your mind from fragments of anecdotes what did you think of india before you visited it i visited from a pretty young age before i could really think so those two processes were kind of in parallel but the reality that i think a lot of immigrant families the secondgeneration people we don't talk about so openly is you have this relationship to the old country the homeland back home whatever people call it but the founding story of that other place is that the people you love the most the people to whom you're most attached and childhood voted to get out of that place with their feet and so i think the honest account of the kind of my founding story with india is it's a story of exit and exit for some reason because he's a people you respect to of his mid a wise decision and then when i would visit as a child there were a lot of things that confirmed i mean i i had a good time but there were a lot of things that confirmed and built on the story line of this is a place worth leaving you know i had never seen a beggar in shaker heights ohio as a four year old five year old six year old in a car in delhi or mumbai pretty jarring to see.
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Don't know what he thought but they gave it a shot instead of just going you know what that's not fair and then he goes oh you're you're booing cowboys yeah because they know what you're doing he should've rolled out sister gene you know had gone to everything right there no one boosts her loyal day would've booed sister jean really asked they would've they would have this is an eagles fans cowboys fans they would've booed you're right there they would have abboud sister jeanne if he rolled her out there hey you're booing sister jean as commissioner they're moving you is there anybody could have had on his arm and he wouldn't have gotten booed i mean roger staubach troy aikman what what else can you do there legends i i don't i don't know who we could have brought out i just don't know because i'm sure he thought about and i don't know three hall of famers gonna get another home fame who else can i get to come out here with me i would appreciate over the pop yeah yes mclovin i can't stop laughing sister jean all right fritzy oh question here we go here's fritzy mock headlines nfl draft version baker heights will mayfield get brown's to next level so there's a eric shaker heights but that's really really really deep but baker heights shaker heights ohio you gotta really be strong with the geography you do.
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You realize how ridiculous you sound i not just sounds dumb actually no i mean it's just i mean seriously it is just so foolish to say because rosiere good for him because of course what's the first thing you do when that happens if you're a reporter as you go run does your rozier say hey you know what bledsoe's that he doesn't even know who you are doesn't even know who you are exactly right so we help eric with terry rozier really quick what what rozier said in response when he was asked about it rosier wanted no part of it he said i'm not feeding into that for him and that's the right answer and bledsoe you got to be kidding me not only are you getting smoked on the court but now you sound ridiculous in the post game let's let's let's to a public service okay let's help eric bledsoe oh okay all right terry william rozier the third was born on march seventeenth nineteen ninetyfour he started shaker heights high school in shaker heights ohio very nice cleveland suburbs olutely graduating in two thousand twelve and his senior year you have twenty five point six point six and a half boards foreign apsis four point seven steals per game leading shaker heights to twenty one and three record and taking him to the regional semi final he was the seventy fourth overall in the two thousand twelve espn u top one hundred players went to louisville player few years one of his best friends in high school was a guy named jimmy pope who happened to be my son's room mate what can georgetown so there you go get the canal everything you need to know about terry rozier well you can't say said anymore can you i mean seriously is that a ridiculous comment to make or what we just need to get terry rozier into a but we need to get him with kyle lower into marta rose and so he can learn talks bleep because they run over with that'd be like i can tell you exactly who.
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"To the legal team he is accused the fbi of trying to frame the president's fighting words from the seventy one year old president and seventy five joe biden here was the former vice president tuesday commenting on the president's treatment of women we're in high school i take you behind the gym and beat the hell out of them today the president responded saying crazy joe biden is trying to act like a tough guy actually he is weak both mentally and physically he doesn't know me but he would go down fast and hard crying all the way to cops in shaker heights ohio put their paramedic skills to good use body camera video shows how they saved a choking baby they spotted the mom's car stopped in the intersection the officers quickly removed two month old tired from the car and then performed as you see this version of the heimlich maneuver for infants and office replace tyrod face down on his forearm and gently tapped her back about a minute later tyra was breathing again and back in her mother's arms next year when the stories about a dog chip reid comes to play news time eight twenty three time for traffic and transit all right let's go back up to king of prussia still an accident investigation has to to northbound closed at between town centre road and henderson road southbound lane has been reopened so some good news air but it's still jammed the knee area also henderson roads the same deal on town centre road and prince frederick sri so again void area again getting better here but still it's going to be a process here to clean this one up now up in lower southbound to two blocked at plymouth road all lanes are blocked for series crash northbound also very slow right now so another spot you want to stay away from on the northeast extension is southbound approaching lands that we have some roadwork blocking the right lane just a minor delay ninety five northbound just past st road broken down vehicle blocks the right lane not causing any delay right now so good news there southbound ninety five looks good schuylkill expressway in great shape any jersey to ninety five northbound ramp to the.
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Our streaming service cbs n president trump said again today he would like to speak with these special counsel in the russia investigation today also mr trump's lead lawyer resigned john doubt exits days after mr trump at joe digenova to the legal team he is accused the fbi of trying to frame the president's fighting words from the seventy one year old president and seventy five year old joe biden here was the former vice president tuesday commenting on the president's treatment of women we're in highschool i'd take you behind the gym and beat the hell out of them today the president responded saying crazy joe biden is trying to act like a tough guy actually he is weak both mentally and physically he doesn't know me but he would go down fast and hard crying all the way to cops in shaker heights ohio put their paramedic skills to good use body camera video shows how they saved a choking baby they spotted the mom's power stopped in intersection the officers quickly removed two month old tyra from the car and then performed as you see this version of the heimlich maneuver for infants and office replace tyrod facedown forum and gently tapped her back about a minute later tyra was breathing again and back in her mother's arms next year when the stories about a dog chip reid comes to play wbz news time six fifty three check traffic and weather together starting with the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The thought nominees were judge in us attorney about seventy people almost all white man vessels happy at the end of the game white nasa are apple looking at that point any of almost an all white males and judiciary is saying yeah that's what we wanted with what the country should look like new york times national correspondent be shall send brian lehrer show next time how will the last minute tax bill dealmaking the brian lehrer show weekdays at ten a m on wnyc this is the takeaway i've taught zwilli thank you for joining us today for the first time in history we put in place a consumer watchdog someone who's only job is to look out for the interests everyday americans that was five years ago january 2012 president barack obama did before roaring crowd in shaker heights ohio and announced the appointment of ohio native son richard cordery to run the brand new consumer financial protection bureau survey i'm appointing richer as america's consumer watchdog amendments he is going to be in charge of one thing looking out for the best interests of american consumers the watchdog there the consumer financial protection near the cfpb rose uh financial collapse of two thousand eight the job was to dive into the fine print of credit card agreements in banking of service written by banking corporations to plugged sumers but now the agency is in turmoil richard cordially announced that he was resigning from the agency last week hitting home to ohio to run for governor and now is the showdown cordery promoted his chief of staff leandra english to acting director of the agency president trump's no and he named office of management and budget director mick mulvaney as acting director sunday night english sued saying she was the rightful consumer watchdog and on monday morning mick mulvaney who voted as a congressman to abolish that very cfpb showed up with a bag of doughnuts for employees on his very first big piece radar is a financial reporter for reuters he's been reporting on the cfpb since it came on line pete thanks for being i'll take away my player it's mick mulvaney it's landry english uh pete who is the rightful watchdog at the.
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on The Takeaway
"This is the away podcast for tuesday november 28th 2017 this is the take away i todd's will like thank you for joining us today for the first time in history we put in place a consumer watchdog someone who's only job is to look out for the interest everyday matters that was five years ago january 2012 president barack obama stood before a roaring crowd and shaker heights ohio and announced the appointment of ohio native son richard cordial cordially to run the brand new consumer financial protection bureau today i'm appointing richer as america's consumer watchdog amendments he is going to be in charge of one thing looking out for the best interests of american consumers the watchdog there the consumer financial protection bureau the cfpb rose out of the financial collapse of two thousand eight the job was to dive into the fine print of credit card agreements in banking terms of service written by banking corporations to protect consumers but now the agency is in turmoil richard cordially announced that he was resigning from the agency last week heading home to a high to run for governor and now is the showdown cordery promoted his chief of staff leander english to acting director of the agency president trump said no and he named office of management and budget director mick mulvaney as acting director sunday night english sued saying she was the rightful consumer watchdog and on monday morning mick mulvaney who voted as a congressman to abolish that very cfpb showed up with a bag of doughnuts for employees on his very first day piece reiter is a financial reporter for reuters he's been reporting on the cfpb.
"shaker heights ohio" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR
"As a gross will you um but it just it it seems like you guys just do that for fun but you have now outlet like netflix ext you do it you know in the audience will look i mean the if you haven't seen what american summer it's a movie that we made in the in two thousand and bombed in the theaters bombed but became a cult it came a cold hit and then fourteen or fifth ten years later we did a television series on it for net flakes and then a subsequent second season in the did the cast is so fast uh it's uh the paul rudd and amy poehler ginny graf low in mali shannon and christon wigan john hammond jason schwartzman and rather go badly cooper and now adam scott and just a ton and tons of ten people so nobody in its understood when you walk onto that's at nobody's making any money is doing it for the cash you're doing it because you wanna hang out with your friends and ethical hunt while david wayne we've had on the show and he he's local i leave this is from philly i believe his family's from shaker heights ohio so guys basically fairly hub so westernmost state but he was whatever they the connection he was familiar with the are at he was just talking about it was one of those things was like off in that that policing it i think we can do this i think we're going to do something with netflixing really hadn't happened it hadn't happened so i owe a you know and it it it for people it's it's a it's sort of a bazaar love letter to those sex comedies of the eighty yeah and the fact you have bradley cooper and everybody coal just jumping in with these absurd characters it it it's great as far as genres go and you seem to be a big pop culture venue did all the i love the 70s 80s nines what what realm do you call home what's your favorite period of time for pop culture what trump did i have one i'm generally excited by new things new thanks so whatever's coming up i alike i get tired of things very quick okay like this interview for example six minutes in a mike whatever ten minutes ago she oh god the smell of the truck caught up from the walking in i was like.