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Victor Oladipo Agrees to Stay With Miami Heat on 1-Year Deal

The Rich Eisen Show

00:19 sec | 1 d ago

Victor Oladipo Agrees to Stay With Miami Heat on 1-Year Deal

"Victor Oladipo. Back back to Miami off the injury. Take a flyer on Victor the rich get richer down in South Beach. Get the white linen Press D. J. I re going for his fourth three. Miami has really done a good job this offseason Miami in Chicago. I think of the

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Fresh "South Beach" from News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:32 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "South Beach" from News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

"News again. Common news dot com slash twitch slash wishes to 14 Time for a traffic update from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's to Fulton. Good afternoon, seeing a lot of slowing coming into downtown Seattle on HBO and five from the work Gateway all the way through downtown to work down five is also a bit sluggish, coming into downtown Seattle from out, bro Place. Talk about four or five is still very congested from South East Eighth Street in Bellevue to 44th in Newcastle. We do have some sort of incident going on on Doric bound four or five. It looks like a big military convoy just north of 44th in Newcastle. That's causing quite a bit of slowing as you heard from just about Talbot Road Highway 5 15 in Renton. Into the Newcastle area, easing up just about I 90 also seeing as some heavy traffic through federal way on South Beach five from highway 18 to the part of the Comet Road. Still watch aircrash in DuPont Underground five just before mounts Road that's blocking the left lane. Causing a solid backup from Carpenter Road and Lacey. That's going to add 45 minutes to your commute time. Our next Comeau traffic at 2 24. Couple forecast. Now. Some rain is expected for tomorrow and Saturday. Not heavy, not constant, but at least it's something.

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:15 min | Last week

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Lebatardshow. Welcome to south beach sessions. Wanted to do sort of a one subject south beach session here with somebody that i find to be uncommonly informed on the subject of climate change in a way it feels like we all should be but people just run away when they hear that phrase. It just doesn't seem anymore today like when you read about german floods wiping out villages or chinese subways filling to the halfway point with water and just all the things that are happening in places on fire record. Heat all over the place It seems fairly obvious and overt that we have a earth threatening climate problem and from that space at mackay who likes to make cool things and does creative. Things decided to make something that might be a comedy and might not might be hard to classify like his last couple of movies because he just went somewhere for six weeks to write this movie and it came very quickly to him and now he's made a movie. That is going to be on netflix here. Next month about climate change anyways all of which is to say out of..

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Fresh "South Beach" from WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

00:38 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh "South Beach" from WBZ Morning News

"Boston's NewsRadio It's 5 33. Time for traffic and weather together, and it's driven by the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes where we can start in their Laurie. Well, we got some problems right now in Freetown. It's a tractor trailer that is on its side. It is completely blocking the whole road. It's South Main Street is where it is. Completely blocking South Main Street right now, which is under route 24 there in Freetown. So just be aware of that right now, as they deal with that situation, another tractor trailer crash we have almost every day, unfortunately, still dealing with some big delays on the expressway. It's all due to a crash, blocking three lanes South bound at the South Bay Mall there in Dorchester, and that's of course, visible to the other side of the roadway there, the north outside which Quickly tied up there from Freeport Street to Columbia Road. In fact, it's about a 20 minute ride right now. Northwest Expressway Braintree into Boston, The South Beach outside We're looking at about 16 17 minute ride from Boston to Braintree. But again, you can just get by on the left hand side and actually, I'm getting word now that they have just about cleared. That crash, which is they make quick work of that one south on the expressway at South Game also will be looking for things to get back up to speed very shortly. Tory grandee. WBC's traffic on the three All right there. Laurie a look now at the WBZ four day AccuWeather forecast. We've got scattered showers, mostly south of town right now heaviest of rain pretty much the Route three area heading all the way down to.

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2 Men Found Dead at Former South Beach Versace Mansion

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:13 sec | 3 weeks ago

2 Men Found Dead at Former South Beach Versace Mansion

"In the former Versace mansion in Miami Beach for sake was killed outside his home exactly 24 years ago. Today. His home is now a hotel. Miami Beach Police got a call from housekeeping about the bodies found there this morning. Today marks three

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:27 min | Last month

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Dan batard. Welcome again to south beach sessions. We have been using this platform to introduce you to some of the new people who will be helping us make metal arc media the voice over the next couple of years that we hope will echo. We have a among us today. Probably the finest journalist we have around here certainly in the conversation. Look it makes him bashful but howard. You've been doing a lot of good work across many many years and you've been doing a lot of work in sports. That isn't just about sports. So we are thrilled to have you. Obviously and i just wanted to introduce the audience to you a little bit by graphically so thank you for being with us but let's start there when and how did you decide that you were going to try and make a go of it a hard way as an artist as a writer that is not an easy way to make a living no non especially back when you get into the business they the first of may tell you jay school was if you think you're going to make any money in this business. Think again go down to speak men holland goal Go into the business though. Go into the mba program. So now i mean to me. I think that I always felt like. I had it easy and when i say easy i simply mean that when you talk to college student you the to. I talked to my own child. Now it's life is to to prompt thing. Right will what he wanted to do. In how do you get there and for me. I always knew what i wanted to do. I always knew. I wanted to be a report i knew i wanted to write. That part wasn't the hard part. The hard part was okay. Now that you know this is what you wanna do. How do you get there and so to me. I just i kind of look at it as it was process of elimination. What else did i like to do. What else did i want to do. There really was anything else. So i had to make a go of it them and i'm glad that it that it's worked out the way that it has but it certainly has been a circuitous route. What were the challenges early on. Well i think that the first thing you know growing up in in boston and then going to school in philadelphia temple university the the first challenge obviously was trying to figure out where you fit right. I mean i think that's one of the biggest things that we also have go through. I didn't even have any intention of going into sports. I wanted to go into politics. All i wanted to. I was like a total news. Junkie isleta meet the press. This week with david brinkley. Cbs in the morning. You know all of those face. The nation all of those different programs and and i was completely influenced by the op..

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:52 min | 2 months ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Welcome to south beach sessions. We have been using this platform in recent months to introduce you to people who are working for metal arc media now and you know at this point. If you've been listening to our show that kate fagan has come aboard. We've made another announcement today tom. Haberstroh is also a part of metal arc media now officially you will hear from him on this platform and its story and how we got here. His biographical journey to us. And we're gonna do. Kate fagin story now with you because we're very excited to have her. If you haven't checked out journalistically just what she's done. In the last couple of weeks. For sports illustrated she wrote a cover story and she did a mystery crate for us on sue. Bird and megan repeat. Oh that's going to just elevate everything we're doing around here and her new book is called all the colors came out and a lovely tribute to her father and it's coming out today. We've promoted it way too much around here but you should read it. It's an easy read and it. We'll tell you more about kate fagan than maybe this interview will. But what made mattie run was also a new york times bestseller for her and so. We're just thrilled about the work. I believe she's gonna do the best work of her career right now because she's more ready than she's ever been. She left the espn because she was kind of bored by the daily minutia and so we chronicle her work there and what she aspires to here and the starting place on. This conversation is a charity that she cares about because the last time that we talked about this with her it tied into how it is that she left espn to go ten to her father at the end of his life and repair the things in their relationship that needed some healing. So kate fagan. We're delighted to have her aboard here. Here's part of her story. Though starting with wide as she's involved with that charity. Look you might think that the worst of it was a while we were on air. But i almost went to e r an hour later my wife had to say you're not going to the er for eating a pepper so i didn't go to the er but i almost did the so. There was a fighter flight. Moment there so you had to be talked out of it where you picking up the phone micro During a car and just looked at it. I was like i think i should go to the er. Because i the only time. I felt pain like that was when my appendix ruptured in high school. So i just was really scared that it wasn't gonna stop and she's the one that was like you just gotta you just gotta endure the pain any point being that. If you thought that it peaked on air it did not gonna do it again here for this south beach session right. I'd say goes pepper right reaper. Does kate not know that. We're going to air all of this about her struggles. That's going to be the starting point on her suffering that she almost went to the hospital. Because that's where we're starting with kate fagan. We're delighted to have her. Be a part of everything we're doing around here. Metal arc media dan. Lebatardshow was god's if you're not familiar with her work it is about seven years with. Espn espn w doing writing feature stories. Outside the lines and then her path took her elsewhere to write some books and do some other things and now she returns to sports and sort of sports. And the way we're going to do sports around here which is more sociological than it is sort of digging down on the granular thing. So we're happy to have kate fagan be part of everything we're doing here. You may have been introduced to her when she did the hot pepper..

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:26 min | 4 months ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Hello and welcome to south beach sessions and it is a special south beach sessions. Because we're going to be using this for a while to make announcements for metal arc media of our friends and colleagues people respect and admire because the goal of metal art media is gonna be working with people you love you care about and you wanna create with and so i am very happy to announce right here and right now that after many years of being rebuffed in fighting through security our friend. Adnan virk is jumping on the pirate ship. He's a member officially of metal art media. Let the man through. I.

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Miami Beach braces for new spring break visitors

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

01:45 min | 4 months ago

Miami Beach braces for new spring break visitors

"Is the start of another spring break weekend in south florida and miami beach which has grabbed headlines for out of control crowds for weeks is bracing for another influx of tourists and possibly trouble. What i've been observing. The last few weeks is a lot of people crowding on ocean drive. Which is the main strip full of art deco hotels parallel to the beach. Veronica's is reporter with w. l. r. n. The public radio station for miami and south florida. It's been really crowded by for much of this time. It's been peaceful just a lot of people that perhaps would raise your eye brows because of the potential for the coronavirus to spread in fact. Bronco lives within walking distance of ocean drive. She says locals. Miami are mostly used to the partying. Everybody who lives in. Miami beach has to have a tolerance for tourism. Because that is the lifeline of the city and it's a city that welcomes but this year. Ronca says something changed. I have spoken to locals. Who felt that This is just it was too much. There have been businesses that shutdown that they didn't feel that they're patriots or the staff would be safe. Even businesses used to serving rowdy partners or saying what was going on in south beach was just too much for them one of them. The cleveland is a a party. Venue that's extremely popular on ocean drive in. They close down on friday and that that just kind of made people feel like maybe this is getting out of hand that really rattled. Locals are people from south florida

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Mayor Warns Crowds to Stay Away from City of Miami Following South Beach Chaos

Coast to Coast AM

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

Mayor Warns Crowds to Stay Away from City of Miami Following South Beach Chaos

"Miami Beach chases away rowdy spring breakers. The mayor of neighboring Miami, Francis Suarez Suarez says says his his city city has has prepared prepared we're we're telling telling our our residents residents About About the the consequences consequences of of some some of of the the decisions decisions in in my my movies movies that that we we are are ready. ready. We We wanna wanna warn warn those those who who are are not not coming. We're not in the city are not necessarily from the city who maybe have been in my piece of the kind of behavior we're seeing. My which is not going to tolerate in the city of light since spring break began in February, Miami Beach Police have made more than 1000 arrests.

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Miami Dade police department director gives update on spring breakers

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Miami Dade police department director gives update on spring breakers

"To talk about law enforcement. A crime with the director of Mom in a police department. Freddy Ramirez. You can follow the department on Twitter at Miami Dade, P D. You, Marty, Freddy, Good to talk to him. Morning, Jimmy, How are you? I'm doing Well, thanks. I know the Miami Dade Police department is helping, Of course, the folks of Miami Beach with all the issues they have with the spring breakers, But I wonder if anything you spilled out, you know, into the mainland and whether or not you had any issue with spring breakers outside of South Beach. No, Jimmy. Fortunately here in corporate Miami Day, we haven't really had any significant issues. But a zoo stated we have been supporting Chief Clement and Miami Beach We sending we're sending resource is up there this weekend as well. And we're working together to provide it the best we can a safe environment, But and I'm so we we're okay.

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Miami Beach, Overwhelmed by Spring Break, Extends Emergency Curfew

Rush Limbaugh

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Miami Beach, Overwhelmed by Spring Break, Extends Emergency Curfew

"Patrols were spreading from South Beach as spring break crowds relocate. Miami police are moving toward Winwood for Lauderdale police of more officers as spring break crews are expected to expand thanks to restrictions in Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gilbert says Rest assured they have a handle on this. We don't accept this, which we don't. We're dealing with it, which we are and it's gonna be over soon. Beach remains under a state of emergency within eight p.m. curfew. When the entertainment district Thursday through Sunday until April 12th. There's also a 10 PM shutdown of the eastbound lanes of the MacArthur, Julia Tuttle and Venetian causeways. Wendi

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Men visiting Miami Beach drugged and raped woman who later died

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Men visiting Miami Beach drugged and raped woman who later died

"24 year old woman is dead allegedly at the hands of spring breakers of work Hall. You're in Dorian Taylor. Police say the pair drug to 24 year old woman visiting from Pennsylvania, raped her and left her for dead. Paramedics found her semi nude body in a South beach hotel room. Cops say the suspects went on a spending spree with the victim's credit card, and prosecutors could add a manslaughter or murder charge against the suspects if the investigation determines the drug they're accused of giving the victim Turns out to have played a role in her death.

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Miami Beach imposes emergency curfew as partiers overwhelm city

C-SPAN Programming

02:06 min | 4 months ago

Miami Beach imposes emergency curfew as partiers overwhelm city

"Reporting a party ending curfew imposed after fights, gunfire, property destruction and dangerous stampedes broke out among huge crowds of people in Miami Beach could extend through the end of spring break. Any beach commissioner is voting unanimously Sunday to empower the city manager to extend the curfew in the South Beach Entertainment District until least April 12, effectively shutting down a spring break hot spot in one of the few states fully open during the pandemic. Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gilbert was on CNN today. Well, it feels in some ways like our city is a tender right now, you know where one of the few destinations open and so people are flocking here in huge numbers, you know, and it's not just about not wearing masks and physical distancing. It's also some of the folks that are coming are coming with bad intentions. Others Brawls and even gunplay. And when you have these levels of crowds you can't really manage unless you have enormous policing. And all that mixed creates a lot of peril and a lot of concern, and I do worry. I know all of my Colleagues in city government, and many of our residents are worried about it. So Mayor are you considering shutting down some businesses? What if you were to shut down bars for the next say three weeks? Well, last yesterday we had an emergency meeting and we way did just that in our entertainment area. We haven't eight p.m. curfew now. So it's closed out at eight p.m.. And that's what she saw. Where are police? Sort of trying to get folks off the streets? We've also by the way, taking the extreme step of closing down our causeways eastbound. After 10 p.m. at night just to stop the flow of people coming here, so all the local traffic and residents in hotel guests really will be able to come to the shore city, which is an island so it's you know, it doesn't feel Like there's there's real issues here of management. Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gilbert today on CNN. The police in Miami Beach say they've arrested now over 1000 people, including charging 350. With felonies.

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Spring breakers accused of drugging, raping woman who later died in Miami Beach

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Spring breakers accused of drugging, raping woman who later died in Miami Beach

"Spring break may have leaves a woman dead with two suspects behind bars and Miami Beach. Lewis has more from South Beach 24 year old woman is dead, allegedly at the hands of spring breakers of work, all urine Dorian Taylor. Police say the pair drug to 24 year old woman visiting from Pennsylvania, raped her and left her for dead. Paramedics found her semi nude body in a South Beach hotel room. Cops say the suspects went on a spending spree with the victim's credit card, and prosecutors could add a manslaughter or murder charge against the suspects if the investigation determines the drug they're accused of giving the victim Turns out to have played a role in

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Miami Beach extends spring break curfew as crowds stay unruly

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Miami Beach extends spring break curfew as crowds stay unruly

"Miami Beach police and elected officials preparing for another round of spring break revelry. South Beach isn't the only problem on the beach Police chief Richard Clemens says his officers move partiers out of the entertainment district. After the eight p.m. curfew, the mob migrated crowd swelled up. Some areas of are considered a PR. Flamingo Park area on We had to go in there and and dispersed them. Mayor Dan Gilbert believes they have is many officers working as they can to control any situation in the future. We're prepared and my totally cousin and no more than 1000 arrests have been made since early February. The A P M curfew and the entertainment district will be in effect Thursday through Sundays through mid

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Miami Beach extends spring break curfew as crowds stay unruly

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Miami Beach extends spring break curfew as crowds stay unruly

"Huge Crowds have been gathering in Miami Beach for spring break, and this weekend, police there had to use pepper balls to disperse unruly crowds. They were ignoring social distancing of masking guidelines. Local authorities there have now extended a nighttime curfew and closed down ocean drive in South beach, two cars and two

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Spring Break Miami Curfew-intro + wrap

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Spring Break Miami Curfew-intro + wrap

"I'm Julie Walker officials in Miami beach Florida say the partying can't go on so the eight PM to six AM curfew is now extended for another week and possibly even longer it was another night of police firing pepper balls into a crowd on ocean drive in South Beach to get them to disperse after the curfew went into effect the action captured by WSVN officials say a thousand arrests related to spring break they also say these are not just college students but adults who came to town because of loosen code restrictions Miami beach mayor Dan Gilbert has felt at times that our city isn't safe he says adding to the problems massless people not observing any social distancing thousand inspections a day on most days I'm Julie Walker

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Miami Beach officials extend emergency curfew in hopes of controlling spring break crowds

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:11 min | 4 months ago

Miami Beach officials extend emergency curfew in hopes of controlling spring break crowds

"To over one thousand arrests in one of the nation's top party spots miami beach officials warned on sunday that the unruly spring break crowd gathering by the thousands fighting in the streets destroying restaurant property and refusing to wear mosques become a serious threat to public safety during a last minute meeting on sunday. City officials voted to extend a highly unusual eight pm curfew for another week along. Famed south beach with the possibility of extending. Its well into april if needed and stressed. This isn't the typical spring break crowd. They said it's not college students but adults looking to let loose in one of the few states fully open during the pandemic law enforcement officers from at least four other agencies along with swat teams were added to help contain the raucous crowds. But it wasn't enough off. Two days of partying including several confrontations with police miami beach officials enacted a highly docs curfew forcing restaurants to stop outdoor seating entirely during the three-day emergency period and encouraging local businesses to voluntarily shutdown more than half of the more than one thousand arrests from out of state said city manager. Row ag- huila adding that many coming to engage in lawlessness and an anything goes party attitude. He also noted that the crowds went supporting businesses generating badly-needed tourism dollars but merely congregating by the thousands in the street. Local officials have struggled to enforce covid ordinances. Florida has no statewide mosque rules. No limits on capacity or other such restrictions. Courtesy of republican governor run descent pro business stance. Local officials and businesses have struggle to balance courting tourists to boost the economy while doing so safely amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic local residents complained. They spent three to four hours in traffic after bridges were closed during the curfew and some restaurants asked for permission to continue food delivery after the curfew.

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Miami Beach Police Enforce Curfew Against Spring Break Crowds

WBEZ Chicago Programming

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Miami Beach Police Enforce Curfew Against Spring Break Crowds

"Beach. You're extending the emergency overnight curfew for another three weeks as thousands of spring break tourists visit South Beach. Police say the crowds are not wearing masks or social distancing and have gotten violent and destroyed property. Last night, police fired pepper balls that thousands of partiers and arrested several people. Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber says night times a particularly volatile scene, and he says it may be in the public's best interest to call it a night early when the night falls. It becomes a party place on the party scene in the volume of people becomes at a level that's very hard to manage. The emergency curfew is in effect from eight p.m. through six a.m.. Supreme

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South Beach state of emergency extended to April following spring break crowds

Sean Hannity

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

South Beach state of emergency extended to April following spring break crowds

"Trying to avoid becoming a super spreader city. We simply can't be the place for people to go to. You can't have the kinds of crowds. We've had the kinds of gatherings we can have a spring break. The way it has happened. We cannot become a Petri Dutch for a very dangerous virus. Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gilbert explaining why he declared a state of emergency that includes an eight p.m. curfew for the entertainment district of South Beach for a large crowds, damaged restaurants and broke out in fights. The City Commission voted Sunday to keep the curfew through April.

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South Beach state of emergency extended to April following spring break crowds

Radio Surgery

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

South Beach state of emergency extended to April following spring break crowds

"Is under a state of emergency due to massive spring break crowds and a P M curfew is in effect for the city's entertainment district for the next 72 hours. Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber said he took the action because of rowdy crowds who have no intention of following the rules. City officials plan to announce specific measures related to crowd control during the spring break period. Parts of South Florida are still hot spots for covert 19.

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South Beach curfew and causeway closures extended for the rest of spring break

WBEZ Chicago Programming

00:17 sec | 4 months ago

South Beach curfew and causeway closures extended for the rest of spring break

"Miami Beach has declared a state of emergency and made large crowds gathering for spring break. Officials imposed a nighttime curfew after thousands of people gathered in the streets without masks or social distancing. The curfew was set to remain in place through Tuesday

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Miami sets earlier curfew after spring break crowds, fights

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Miami sets earlier curfew after spring break crowds, fights

"I'm Julie Walker the party's over in South Beach Miami at least for now after curfew had to be put in place to quell the large crowds of what officials say are out of control spring breakers the sound the police firing pepper balls into a crowd on ocean drive officials say hard partying spring breakers trash restaurants brawled in the streets and gathered by the thousands without masks or social distancing on Saturday night the city of Miami beach put an eight PM to six AM curfew into effect towards entertainment district and shut down three causeways leading there mayor Dan Gelber obviously have the always put public safety above above all else he says he understands the loss to businesses but it's about safety and officials will reassess the curfew I'm Julie Walker

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

03:30 min | 5 months ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Talk your ear off for an hour on any monday in sports thing and so it was just crushing to see his confidence taken because he was also very good at it like that part. Michael was truly heartbreaking to me where i was like off fuck man. How could you break dude. This dude was fucking strong. This dude knew what he was doing. How did this get broken limbo. man. I don't mind the devil's workshop as part of the reason. Thank you for that. Dan and i told you how much i enjoy being around you to just get out of their bubble and get out amount head even for a few days at a time. It's like you know. I had so much time. So replay and recreate and second guess and again like i told you at the beginning. I always thought that. I could bigger to shit out that i could whatever problem with. That was not a single thing that i didn't think i could will us or myself through and sitting on the sideline that long allowed all the bullshit that had nothing to do with me or get in my head and i thought i did fall victims of this. I thought that the fact that we didn't less in that spot was some kind of referendum on me or us. I love the clarity that jamal. I love the confidence in it. Michael wait a minute now. This is you problem this enemy problem. I looked at that but you got but also realize not just sportscenter danson job. Not just sports center. After sportscenter. there was nothing for me. You gotta understand where. I went from sportscenter. The i went from being at that company. Almost fifteen years trenton center to nowhere to be found. That's a mind fuck or at least it was for me to like not have other than dan. Lebatardshow other than eric reid home. It s not just not say other guys worker tested but my family came checking for me. You tony bomani ride home. Y'all had me but in terms of the company that i had been wanted to leading. Nfl insiders for a host an anchor. Nothing so i'm like. What does that say about me. That's the part that are internal is not that sportscenter necessarily didn't work as much even thought i did think okay. What could we have done differently. But that was like a like a perfect storm. After that i thought okay well. I'll pick up and do something else there until i realized that there was nothing else for me to do. So that was the real issue for not back doing it. You boy got his confidence back. Thankfully but being around you you know we will do it again. If you guys are willing always enjoyed talking to you love you both for making the time. Thank you day appreciate it. Thanks for listening to south beach sessions. In coming weeks we will have announcements for metal lark media. The pirate ship has been floating at sea here for a couple of months. We will have some announcements about who is joining us in the interim what we need from you is we need you to subscribe rate and review on the lebatardshow friends podcasts whether it's upbeat sessions mystery crate whether it is stupidity we ask you again and again lebatardshow and friends the podcast.

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

04:33 min | 6 months ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Hello and welcome to south beach sessions. This is. Dan lebed lebatard many years ago when i was writing for. Espn the magazine. I remember this distinctly edgerrin. James was coming out of college. Did not trust a single soul looked across the media landscape and said okay. This guy's from miami and he is cuban he will do. I will tell him my story..

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:19 min | 7 months ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"So this is very exciting for me for a number of different reasons. Welcome to south beach sessions. Most special of these. I think that we have done in all the time. We've been doing them. I'm dan lebatardshow and my guest. Today is a partner and this is a bit of a love story here because this is a man who has been a bit of a mentor to me. A man who has cared about the same things. I've cared about a man who comes from privilege not at the earliest routes but at the top of espn is the most powerful executive in sports and he decided on his own to hand down some of that privilege to some minorities that he empowered. And then i in turn did it. Espn his work spiritually. He was an executive at rolling stone at the time when magazines were flourishing and when rolling stone embodied a certain spirit in america as literary man and educated man and for a really long time he was the most powerful executive across sports. He's also my friend. And someone i love because he has given me a great deal given my family a great deal of opportunity of belief because espn was under indexing with hispanics and they needed somebody hispanic on the air and so we created a television show in which i was not hispanic enough so we brought in my father's a cartoon character and he was extra hispanic and skipper would sit on the end of his bed and watch. That show is original programming that he had made for the network. Because he was trying to do things like playmakers pushed the boundaries. So i wanna talk to john skipper. My friend my mentor guy. Go into business with an i entrust with his beast of a thing that you guys have built and trust him implicitly. Because he's a man who i admire. I respect i love and he has done a great deal for me and my family. So i'm happy that last stage in his professional career and one of the last stages in mind that we would get to team up again and make content. Like you helped me make it. Espn for the audience. That does not know everything that we have in miami. That was taken nationally. Was done so by this man. He built this studio. He made it close to my house. I told him for many years. That i didn't wanna work for. Espn for many years. How can you make something more. Miami than what i got. I got an afternoon drive. Show miami. I'm the lead columnists i'm on. Pto your big show in miami. Make something more miami. You can't make something more miami. Okay lebron's getting there. Let's build a studio miami. Your data will do the show with your brother will do the art and you will hire your whole family. That'll make you more and we'll put it on ocean drive. How's that dan. Your defiant rebel..

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

01:38 min | 7 months ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"If you want to find the dan le batard show was to. God's simply search that in your platform of choice and find the behemoth that is at radio show but this is laboratory in france and or one of its affiliated podcasts properties such as south beach sessions soupy and mystery crepe three very different podcasts. South beach sessions is a long form interview series. Dance down with an interview. Subject and magic happens mystery. Craig is a mystery. A random grab bag of content curated by one or several members of the laboratory friends universe. And you never know what you'll get on a given episode into poverty is god's personal sandbox. It's whatever he wants it to be. It's often full of curse. Words and sue guides usually outsources all the work on it so he can be lazy and collect dollars. But you really can't expect more from sue guides today. Please do us a favor. If you're curious about our show give it a chance and give these individual properties chance because a lot of hard work goes into it. We're trying to grow these properties and give you some menu. Items here on the laboratory in france network. You're not going to like everything we don't expect you to. We don't expect you to have the time to listen to everything that we put out. We just want to give you options. And if one of them hits great reward us what the subscription and hopefully occasionally. Some other episodes might catch her eye. Please subscribe rate review. Thank you and i promise you. This won't be the only episode here. We're going to maintain our weekly output. Just like you had it before.

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:07 min | 8 months ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Time for us here at south beat sessions as this is our final episode. Under the espn umbrella. Many things have to go out to pg and anthony calatayud who were essential during our time here at espn and not just building out this brand the south beach sessions brand. But also the lebatardshow and friends network. There's so many people to thank on the technical end which is why push dan out of the way because he doesn't really have The technical background in this but just suffices say that this podcast doesn't get off the ground and all the creative things that we've done with laboratories and friends over at espn does not happen without the help of those two people primarily so i wanted to make sure we shouted them out before we got going here with our interview with big boy dana. Big boy become random friends so this one should be really good. I also want to thank ziprecruiter. The presenting sponsor of south beach sessions. Because they've been with us basically since day one. They've been a great partner weekend and week out. Ziprecruiter's always there for us with their support. So thank you so much to them. Let's get on with this. Big boy interview famously. One half of outcasts alongside. Andre three thousand dan big boy get into. Obviously he's time without cast which is still active. Even though they're not making music outcasts never broke up. We talk about big boys unique knack to stay away from all the drama in hip hop lot of drama in hip hop. You never see big boy's name attached to what we find out what's happened to the boom boom room. Those people that are sort of similar in age to me probably remember big boys amazing classic episode of mtv cribs where we all discovered the boom boom room. So real fun things there. You're going to enjoy this south beach sessions supplying one under our espn umbrella but do not fret. South beach. Sessions is going nowhere if you subscribe to south beach sessions. You'll be happy to know that new episodes that will continue once time with espn ends. We'll still show up on your phone. If you haven't subscribed to south beach sessions do so now. Just click subscribe right here in your platform of choice..

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

04:36 min | 8 months ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"On this week's episode of south beach sessions. We have duck emerick. You'll see crispness and a clarity to his word choices That is a bit staggering. I don't believe you will hear a hiccup. I believe that he does this. Not one time pausing on speech that this is the cleanest thing you will ever hear. Someone speak around here. He tells a lot of great stories a long history and broadcasting.

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

09:22 min | 1 year ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"And it looked like she'd been waiting her whole life to take care of this. Little girl stepped in whom it was all did you. Did you feel much in the way of regret or remorse? Like because you had or something just through an ignorance because you just didn't you didn't know you didn't know any better. You were just caught up. In the vanities that men get caught up in. It wasn't just that I don't want to say that you know I don't want to paint a picture that I was you know. No we're not getting married because I don't have. It was all happening. We just we met each other in our thirties. We you know we started late and we did try once we got married. We did try to have kids but by that point biology sort of taken over but yeah there we had CHICA. There were many times where I said boy if I could go back in time and do it all over again. I wouldn't have taken so long to get married and I wouldn't have had tried to have children in any which way now that's it turns out. Life is funny and a child list. I part of my life has been replaced with. I've got more children than I'm responsible for now. Ryan wasn't anybody I know. I know all fifty two of those kids all but six of them. I admitted which means I sat with whoever brought them in. Be It you an uncle or a friend or whoever was you know and had to decide on taking them and saying no to ten other children because that's our rate once you yes to one you say not ten others and you know. I don't take that lightly it's very solomonic. You know having to decide really in many cases who lives in dozen because the you know they're going back to a place where there's no food where diseases rampant where. There's no water where you could get. Cholera are or or Zeka or any malaria or any number of diseases very very easily and so I take every child that we bring in very very personally. I know the whole story. I you know I speak real now. As a result of being there and so I talked to them when they start with us when they're three years old two or three years old and they basically are being raised by our orphanage in the people there in me so I'm very involved with fifty two lives young lives all the way up to college. Age Kids all of that sounds overwhelming match. What you just described their sound. What do you mean it sounds totally overwhelming? Well everything everything in life if you throw yourself into. It can be overwhelming. And I'm sure your television shows radio shows you feel at the end of the day you're exhausted is overwhelming. You organize your day in the way that you need to now. I cannot do all the things that I used to do because I have to take care of these children you know so. I write a newspaper column but I don't write very many of them you know last year. I really am a part timer at best. I do a radio program but I get ten weeks off a year. You know which I said to them. I have to have this right. Can't do this anymore. And when I go to Haiti off the air you know because a main eighty every every month so you know things adjust and you make your adjustments for what's important in your life but if it's a joy and for me it is a joy to take care of these children to give them an opportunity and watch them flourish and we have. I mean Dan. It's I get to see Childhood in. It's real pure form. We have no computers. We have no Internet. We have no television. We have no radio. We have no headphones on kids heads or anything. There's no Pda'S NO A game. Boys were or whatever they're playing nowadays so the kids have no influenced from the media or TV shows or anything so you see children you realize that an eleven year old boy if you were to come down there with me and I walked in and they said this is my friend. Danny's he's a good guy you know what the boys would come up to you and one of them would take your arm and put your arm around them. He might be ten or eleven years old and realize realize that would never happen here because they've seen too many shows about how you're not supposed to do that at a certain age our your but they don't know so they're just affectionate and you know they come running whenever anybody walks in and they want to get to know them they have a million questions. I want them a picked up a thing at a toy store that that I'm always looking for little toys that I can get my bag and it was these little beads and it said when you put the beads into the water. They'll grow to be like ball. Small Ball size set. This is great because it's small. I can carry down. That will go so I bring him down. They all gather around and got the younger kids. I said all right. What's this magic? And I put beads in the water and nothing happens and the watching and two minutes four minutes five minutes ten minutes. Nothing happened so I. I'm sorry I didn't let me go back and look so I get the thing and I look on read it in. It says may take three to four hours I go. Why didn't I read this? Oh God so I said I'm sorry. Just forget it. You know. We'll come back later so I went out and did you know I stopped by all the business I have to do on the other side of the orphan and like three or four hours later a couple of the kids come running mister Mr Miss come come Kucuk. I said what the balls are coming in. They sat there the whole time. They never left. They just sat and watched these little things in the water until they blossom for three or four hours that kind of patients that kind of timing that kind of lifestyle we don't see here and so I'm totally blessed to have an opportunity to witness that and to revel in it You know and I do my best to try not to mess it up and so even though we have over the years we've put more and more money into it. We have better facilities in trying to help people help us. But we don't spend it on Internet access and you know and everybody gets a ipad or anything. That's that's not necessary. You know we spend it on schoolteachers in booed and and as a result we got some really pure amazing kids. I really appreciate catching up with you if people want to help you. That are listening to this if they want to help with some of these things because they feel moved by what it is that you're talking about how can they do so very simple. It's half eighth. Haiti Dot Org is the web site. Have Faith Haiti Dot Org? If they forget that that can always be my name. Dot Com Mitch ALBOM DOT COM and. There's a section on there for the charities that we operate in. They can go to that but we we welcome it in any kind of help. It takes a lot to run orphanage for fifty two kids and we need a lot especially now with the corona virus down. There we're on lockdown and it's breaking my heart because you know they have A. They have a a band so I can't lie in and I'm on the skype with them every day. And you know when it rips into Haiti. It'll go like wildfire because there is no protection there and you know you can't tell people to stay inside and you can't tell them to put their food in the fridge. They don't have refrigerators you know. They don't have freezers that everybody has to go outside everyday to get food and so it Wa- and there's the access to healthcare. I think I read. A statistic is one doctor for every three thousand people so You're talking about you know or one nurse even so it's GonNa really devastate that country when it takes hold a bit and I'm praying that our kids you know we've got ourselves locked down but we're GONNA we're GonNa need all the help we can get so people wanna go to that half eighty dot org and make any kind of donation we'd love. Mitch thank you. Say It's sincerely it's heartfelt. You have been an inspiration in every way because professionally. You were something to behold. But what you're doing. Now is a somehow more sizable than that. Which is a bit flabbergasting because many people would argue that. You're the best sports writer. There's been well I. I don't know about any of that. Dan but I I do know I appreciate talking to you and I really appreciate your giving me an opportunity to to a talk about our archives down there and she because the you know the world is full of a Lotta forgotten children and we don't have to all do massive things. Verb just does a little thing you know and the next person does a little thing. Next person does little thing it adds up. And we're living that now obviously and I've been aware of that for some time and so I appreciate the form to To share it. And it's good to see you in likewise will do this again soon. I hope we do this again soon. Good talking to you Mich. I'd stay safe down there right. That'll do it for us here on South Beach sessions this week. Thanks again to Mitch. Albom for taking the time out from his schedule to join. Dan Remember. You can support all things laboratory and friends by subscribing to the network feed and if you subscribe to that network feed you automatically support. All of this shows on the network laboratory amber sand friends he can support shows like Marty Smith who just sat down with. Tj Watt Sarahspain. Who recently sat down with Charles Berkeley meaning the Best Post Wrath coverage? You'll find on any digital audio network. I guarantee you that the mystery crates had really fun. Couple of weeks here on that show and stupidity is dominating putting out more episodes and really year even ask sports so please support us as we're trying to give you as much content as we possibly can during this difficult time. We really appreciate you. Thank you so much. South beach sessions is off next week scheduled by week. But we have plenty of grade interviews on the way for you believe that..

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

13:07 min | 1 year ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"L. O.. This is Dan Le Batard. And we have been remiss in south beach sessions in bringing you the side of another gender in Sports We've done only Jemele Hill on South Beach sessions and Danika Patrick and so I wanted to bring you someone who is unbelievable double at basketball She is part of the most dominant American Patriotic Olympic. Thing that we have Brianna Stewart is excellent at what she does us and despite that excellent can still be a struggle to make a living in the United States which is why she has had to go play in China and other places. Because America America doesn't value the dominance of women in sports the way other countries do so. We're GONNA talk to Brianna a little bit here and then afterward we're GonNa talk to Sarah Spain in as well because she's got some real expertise about the struggles. That women face in sports as they are really excellent and yet still have trouble bill drumming up value the way that Americans do the currency. Let's talk to Brianna Stewart pumped about this around here to have Brianna Stewart on South beach sessions with us because there's nothing in sports better than a little patriotism wrapping the things that you care about and the United States kick everybody's ass all over the world more than anything basically is in basketball. I don't think like. Do you have a rivalry. Brianna with the The soccer team because You guys are more patriotically. Excellent excellent than they are right. I wouldn't say survivor but we definitely support each other A lot well. What are the similarities? What are the when you support each other a lot because to arrive where you guys have? The Path is so much different than it is for men Brianna like it is so much different so there has has to be a kinship between you guys at the top of the food chain in those sports. Yeah I mean I think you see the way we prepare paracel represented ourselves and You know going and doing what we need to do When it comes time to to win gold medals mm-hmm and you know we're going for seven Olympic gold which is insane when you think about it like that but It's it's about making sure that every time we step on the court on no matter if the people change a little bit as a team where ready to dominate. Can you explain to us sort of what it feels like a to you emotionally just to wear the uniform for the United States Yeah I mean it's through houses God but you when you're NFC besetting and you have on the court and you look down and you have your say Written across your chest It's something that you dream of and you know I remember when I was a kid. My My base goes always to play in the Olympics to win. Go buttle because for me I can't I can't imagine anything better than playing the sport I love and represent at the highest level possible. You had a relationship right. You had a an intimate personal relationship with Kobe. Bryant wasn't just motivated from afar right yeah And I we had a relationship for sure. So what happened here and I'm sorry to make it news of the day on you because I really do want to talk to you about who you are how you are in the things that That shaped you but I am stunned. Brianna as I look across sports. It's not just football. It's you know Tiger Woods. It's a joker Jovic Vich at the Australian Open being mentored and just crushed by this and I'm curious what the last few days of felt like for you. We did have definitely been that very tough. I think. Obviously the news of Kobe's passing and G G and those other stuff victims was a shock to to the entire world and I think when the news broke and when I saw you know I didn't WanNa believe it just doesn't make sense like there's there's no way this could have happened and then when it was confirmed and type of thing it was you know and it was tougher on the reasons it was tough because we're with USA basketball right. Now and Kobe someone that is such a big supporter of women's basketball and he He's had a relationship with every single person on this team. And it's it's. It's still hard to come to terms with really but we had a game. The next day we played uconn which Kobe and g g were were avid. You can't supporters and there wasn't emotional night At the end of the day we knew that we had to get on the court and represent. It's not their legacy. What would you point to and say these things along my path when I was a youngster? They're the things that most helped shape who I become uh-huh and what I would change the way that I was raised. You know my parents instilling certain things and to me that they carried over into basketball. You know working hard being humble. I've had a lot of success in my career but you know continuing to to want to reach new heights just enjoying the moment. I think that sometimes we get caught up in all the other things that are going on and still having fun and what. I'm doing what were some of the things that you had to endure along the path that made it most challenging just adversity. You know you can never expect what's to come that type of thing. I'm coming off A ruptured Achilles so my first game back was on Monday. USA Verse Yukon. And it's just like getting getting through that being resilient and and realizing that you can't understand why everything happens. That's an awful injury that's a That's an injury. That's hard to rehab from two. That had to be terrible right all of it. Yeah I mean from from start to finish it was. It was a pain. Yeah when I did it I did it when I was playing overseas and You know I wasn't prepared for it. I wasn't cared for for. What was the calm and like you said you know? It's just a hard thing to rehab. The the Rehab is super tedious and the beginning. You can't do much and you can't walk on it. Obviously I couldn't walk for like twelve weeks And then that was just a lot of boxers that needed to be checked in order to kind of move the next round of Rehab. Do you have to play overseas and forgive my ignorance on this. Do you have to play Klay Overseas because the United States isn't good enough at supporting what you do here to put a value on it it's lucrative the WNBA and now we have a new CBA CBS where the salaries are going to be a little bit better but we have a cat and it makes it tough to compete with overseas where you know you can make a lot of money in a seven month period and sometimes we have to make decisions are for our best interest financially. I mean it's the same with you is offered courtesy a ton of money. You're not going to say no unless like it really doesn't work out with with what you're doing a wide or the other countries value more. What you we do than we do? I WANNA say they've value it more. I think that they don't have to have a cab. You know they don't have a a structure where it's like we can only used. Is this much money for our team. They can use as much money as they want. BECAUSE THEY WANNA win and they they're trying to you. Know make sure that their team and their the city is being represented really well. How much culture shock have you had in any of the Travel like that. You've had to do or the choices that you've had to make to take you outside of America I've had some basketball has has really taken me to a lot of different places and it's been an experience for sure. My first team that I played overseas I was can Shanghai. China and Shanghai is obviously a beautiful city but China is hard to compare it to the United States. Especially when you come over there as a foreigner and You don't speak their language so I would think that was like one of my biggest culture shocks because when you play in China you can only have one American so it was me and eleven other Chinese players and it may things interesting when you're trying to communicate. Well you gotTa tell me all of these stories stories though because it's not just that were you. I mean you're vastly more amazing than anyone. You step on a court with but when you and eleven a Chinese women when your your the powerhouse how lopsided was that team so everything gets to have one foreigner. But you know you're expected to do a lot because you come over there because you're one of the best and and expected to play at a high level for for the entire game and you know my two years in China we're not gonNA say anything about them and that way but it's it's tough on your body it's not the same it's like Wnba. Or when I was in college just because we had more resources to kind of help with your recovery and managing do things and you needed just some very basic things in order to stay healthy to care for your body the way any great athlete professional athlete would care for their body audience. Some of that was lacking. Yeah I mean it's just it's just a different world you know. We have a lot of resources in the United States and overseas. They don't always. I have the thing. I WANNA researchers. I would imagine Brianna though that it had to be pretty lonely. If you're the like not being able to talk to anybody stopping opting your craft Being great at what you do and being over there because the money's good like that's not how it works in the United States for men who are good at what they do as you all right. Yeah it was it was only for sure I mean especially so in China You don't get to go home for the holidays so I was over there for the Christmas thanksgiving And that's everything and that's that's one. It's the hardest because it's like you're not with your family and your in China by yourself. What difficulties did you have getting around? Because I couldn't get around Japan without a tour guide. I had no chance of doing that. Did you have some difficulty with that or did you have so. Did you ever translator yes. I had a translator so he made made life easier By the time it was my second year I kind of had a better understanding of of what was going on and how to get around. But it's I mean it's hard you know. The language is really difficult and obviously the symbols does and the altuva completely different. What was your motivation? When you decided that you were going to do an essay in the player's Tribune and that you were gonNA show Show people all of your vulnerability. What made you decide to do that? I think the biggest thing was it was three falls ago and The metoo movement was was just coming about. And you know I had this story that I wanted to share with people and I don't know one and what's the appropriate time to do it and then when that came about I was ready and I was ready as I could have ever been. You know still very nervous. Didn't like to make myself feel vulnerable in that way. But I wanted to be able to you know so people that Yeah I've I've done a lot of good things but other things have happened to me too and I and I'm still here and I'm still okay and and hopefully help people in that way when you say you wanted to share that and we're looking for the right time to share it. It self evident the article but for those who haven't read it. Can you explain why you wanted to share that. I mean I wanted to share it because it was time and I was overseas in China when I was doing the article and when I posted it and writing about my story on being a victim of sexual abuse it was an appropriate Britt time in our lives and you know with everything that was happening in society and then the world and the me too movement I you know was this kind of encouraged by the other victims. who were speaking up and ready? You were inspired that. You didn't have to be alone with that anymore. Correct and not only. Did you not want to be alone with that anymore. You were going to share it with everybody because you didn't want to be alone with it. Yeah I mean the people that were close to me. Were aware of what I went through but it was just something that I wanted to to show my my whole true self the world and you know it wasn't something that I was hiding. It just wasn't something that I hadn't said and I was ready to say Kinda make it Known to everyone. I'm curious because these things are so damaging Brianna they are they end up shaping you ways known and unknown when you've gone into the depths of examining the way that that has altered you and what it is that you you had to do to overcome that. What do you come away with? I know it's a broad question and that encompasses a lot. But this has to have something to do with shaping your world view. Yeah no I think I think it's it's definitely something this shape me and you know what happened to me when.

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"South beach sessions presented by ziprecruiter ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire hello. It's dan le batard. I wanted to talk to this guy. Saint's linebacker mario gave us because he and josh norman did something rather extraordinary they they pulled their money to buy an immigrant his american freedom they were touched by a story they were touched by a poem they were touched by by their own experiences and how they're but for the grace of god all of us could go if we hadn't been born in this country and to mario davis pours his life into do good causes because he believes it is his duty as a human being before a football player to help others and so i wanted to talk talk to him about how it is that he got involved with this 'cause when it wasn't necessarily his cause and he will explain that to you hear a fairly extraordinary story story and we will get to that in a second but before we do so in order to keep all this stuff free around here that we're doing at lebatardshow and friends and you should check out our football special were proud of it it it has some of the elements from meena kinds and sarah spain and marty smith and stugatz that you've grown used to here with the lebatardshow and friends network but before we get to mario mario davis and before we tell you more about that football special mike. Can you please tell the people who it is sponsoring this keeping this content free. Thank you dan this week. South beach session brought to you by the fine folks at ziprecruiter. We all know about what a challenge it is to hire the right people. It's difficult to find the right qualified candidates. It takes a long time. Sometimes there's just way too many applicants..

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

12:23 min | 2 years ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Normally we don't have newsmakers here on south beach would just wander around with interesting shing people talking about interesting things but we've got one this week this guy you may have noticed you may have heard usually politics doesn't quite end up <hes> near this near the field gun control conversations don't end up in this near the field but after a brutal weekend in america after who in one day mass shootings alejandro bedoya was fed up he was in washington he was near congress and the sound is courtesy. It's the of f s one. After he scored a goal <hes> emotional and angry. He ran over to the corner and grabbed a microphone on television. Mike that was on the corner of the field bobby.

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"This is South Beach sessions and I'm the executive producer of south beach sessions. Mike Ryan Dan last week. We had billy ray Cyrus on and it was just a bunch flash paper. It was fun. It was inside. He was a laugh riot this week. We're talking to a mathematician. That's right. We're going to slow it down. The pace was too fast last week. It was crazy billy ray Cyrus <hes> I just wanted to talk about Pete Rose and nothing else and so I said I wanted to be a little more elevated with the discussion and this dude has fascinated me for a long time. He's a former offensive. Lineman who is now a mathematician and we're talking about one of these high end indeed mathematicians where he does math. Maybe not good will hunting type math. Maybe not beautiful mind type of math but he knows a great deal about complexities and mathematics that I'm sure you guys don't think you're interested interested in as we start this because people hate math but I do think you're GonNa find this guy interesting where he makes it to the top of football he makes it to the top of math and he seems to like math a lot more than he liked football and the degree of difficulty on both of those things is very high so it does matter fun on. He does math because he wants to get better at math what that's right. What what's the endgame game is to be great at Matt? That's the end game so tell the people about the sponsor sponsor. I'm telling you what we want to do with these south beach sessions is very umn. You don't know what's common <hes> and this one. I'm telling you even if you're not interested in math just like perhaps you weren't interested in m._M._a.. When we talked to Ariel Awani even even if you're not interested in math I think you're gonNA find interesting that this guy rather do a math problem then be with his wife sometimes because his wife understands him understands that he's an unusual mind and understand that he can spend nine hours with a problem and not notice her which is another kind of problem? Different property is going to have to deal with later in life but right now. He says his wife loves and understands him so let's get to that Dan. Sometimes you want to hire somebody. That's good at math and you know where you go. ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash beach. Thank you for answering the question Chris Cody. I've noticed on the on the mystery CREPE podcasts. You're getting pretty good with the AD libs. I was curious where you meant well. It is very challenging. I'm talking about hiring to find qualified candidates. It can sometimes take a very long time too many applicants Pinson the whole deal ziprecruiter makes it easy go to ziprecruiter dot com slash beach multiple job sites they sack these resumes and it's confusing review process but today iron can be easy and you only have to go to one place he aforementioned.

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"South beach. Sessions is presented by T so official watch of the NBA shop at US dot T. So shop dot com. Hello. It's Dan Le Batard, and we will bounce inside and outside of sports with south beach sessions. We will go into music, and entertainment, and the guest this week is a part of the biggest band in the world in the ninety the rockstar has been replaced by the pop star and guns and roses at the time was living crazy life crazy life that almost killed our guest a crazy life that consumed him so much that his pancreas blew up. And this is as Pablo Escobar is sending cocaine to their hotel room because they were Rockstars that day is dead. Duff? Mackay gin was almost dead. We're going to talk to him about the partying how it caught up to him. And before we do that before we talked to the basis from guns and roses. I want Mike Ryan here to tell you about who it is that sponsoring this stuff keeping it free. As we ask you to rate. Subscribe and review, and we ask you to check out these sponsors. Even if you don't have a need right now for these sponsors. Because we get the credit when the traffic goes there, if you want to keep this free you need to support these things for us. Tell them what they are. Well, it's been a big couple of weeks for laboratory and friends, Dan and the entire laboratory and friends network is sponsored by T. So the official watch of the NBA and now the official watch a labrador and friends each one of those timepieces delivers quality performance and traditional luxury in this graduation season. Get that NBA fan in your life, a T so watch the tea so krono excels, great watch for those looking for a sporty krona graph with Swiss technology at an unbeatable price shop now at US dot T. So shop dot com. They're the network. Sponsor this episode of south beach sessions is brought to you by great friends at ZipRecruiter. They've been sponsoring south beach sessions since day one and fellas ladies hiring super challenging we all know this, but it's not anymore. Thanks to our great friends at ZipRecruiter dot com slash beach. You use that promo code us. That handles ZipRecruiter dot com slash beach. And you get to try this amazing service for free because they send your job to over one hundred of the web's leading job boards. That's what separates ZipRecruiter by making things easy. And they don't stop there. With her powerful matching technology. Ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find people with the right experience. And they invite them to apply for your job. We love ZipRecruiter over here at south beach sessions. It's a smartest way to hire. Cer-? Go ahead and go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash beach. And try ZipRecruiter for free. Go ahead and do that now for us, please. Even if it's not a service that you need just check it out. So that they can see that the advertising works. So that we can keep getting you stuff like this. It's been a long time since there were Rockstars quite like this guns and roses was on a debaucherous path for a long time. Let's talk about it with Duff MacKay gin. The is the basis for what was at one time the biggest rock band in the world Duff MacKay in with us of guns N roses. And I don't think I could've seen this coming thirty years ago. Tenderness it's going to be released may thirty first the upcoming tour kicks off may thirtieth and Philly for tickets tour dates you go to Duff online dot com. And so if I told you Duff thirty years ago, I come up to you and say, look, you're going to have a solo album, it's getting rave reviews for its poignant lyrics, but it's also alt- country. You would have said what to me? Yeah. I know I I got played on outlaw country last week. I guess in rotation. Yeah. Wasn't going for all country. I was just going for kind of an honest bear bear record. I don't know what I would have said to thirty years ago. It might have been unintelligible. You didn't know who you were. Then right. I was trying to figure it out. And I was thirty years ago. I was kinda stuck in a wet cardboard box that I couldn't quite punch my way out of with the drinking and the drugs and found my way out and it's been a sea chain since I turned thirty says I got sober. And you explain to us where it is that you ended up deciding look I need to fix this. I can't have my pancreas blowing up. I can't have I need to fix this. Was there a moment that that decision? Got me. Yeah win. My pancreas did love that was kind of after I was taken to triage at at at northwest hostile Seattle, and the pain was so bad with that that I truly I did I wanted because they had morphine enemy, and they had all kinds of stuff, and it wasn't working. And I knew what morphine of supposed to do. And it wasn't doing it and the pain you burns on the inside of your body. So you

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"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"south beach" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"South beach sessions presented by ZipRecruiter. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Blow wits. Dan lebatardshow? Thank you for supporting the things that we're doing at lebatardshow friends. We're gonna be growing it out over the next year lot of different content and a lot of different places. And and friends is going to be about talking to our friends, and my relationship with standing Gundy goes back a long way if began really with him calling to just rip the holy shit out of me because of a column that I'd written, and he didn't like the fact that I was saying in print as he was knocked out of heat management. I was saying in print that STAN Van Gundy himself would tell you that Pat Riley was a better coach than he was. And so I got the phone call of right in that don't write that anymore. Stop writing that. And so since then I took that beating and I and I listened to him and we've become friends over the years, and he's a person that I admire who has been made miserable by coaching by being an executive and yet the addiction of it. He keeps returning to it. Even. So he's happier. When he's not a part of it. So stand van Gundy's interesting. And he was honest about his time in Detroit. But before we get to that Mike Ryan tell the people about are presenting sponsors. Oh, ZipRecruiter's presenting this week south each session, and we all know how difficult hiring is hiring used to be hard though. Now, we've got ZipRecruiter dot com slash beach. Multiple job sites. They stacks resumes, and it's a confusing review process. But today hiring can be made easy, and you only have to go to one place to get it done. That's right. Ziprecruiter dot com slash beach has applications come in ZipRecruiter analyzes each one and spotlights atop candidate. So you never have to miss a great match. Ziprecruiter is so affected that four out of five employees who post on ZipRecruiter get a quality candidate through the site within the first day. Our listeners can go. Try ZipRecruiter right now for free by visiting the exclusive web address ZipRecruiter dot com slash beach, ZipRecruiter. It's a smart way to hire. Now ziprecruiter. They're sponsoring. South sessions, but we have a presenting sponsor for laboratory friends network, Dan. And that is t-. So the official watch of the NBA and each one of those time pieces delivers quality performance, which traditional luxury the tea, so krono exiles a great watch for those looking for a sporty krona graph with Swiss acknowledgee at an unbelievable price. Shop T, so a U S dot T. So shop dot com that's elect watch and jewelry stores nationwide. So let's get to stand Van Gundy. Here he is as I said, he's become a friend. And we need you to rate. Subscribe and review to support the stuff we're doing around here. Here is STAN Van Gundy. I love this, dude. And I've loved him for a long time. But our relationship started in a funny place, actually, remember where I was I was in a coffee shop in New York. Talking to stand in Gundy on the phone, and he was really mad about a column that I'd written. He just told me and from right, then on no lie. I don't know if you remember this. But yeah, my respect for you is only grown since then. But you the fact that you called me and and just let me up at a nowhere. I think at the time you weren't. I don't think you were even working. I think you might have been an assistant coach you remember any of this. I do vaguely. I mean, I remember the the thing that I remember about it was same thing is is I gained respect for you. Because in my experience at least up to that time. And a lot of my experience Simpson is some of the most sensitive people in the world to to criticism are journalists. They like doing criticize. Thing and and went to be immune from criticism. And that wasn't you at all like you were finding gauging in that. And and listening to what I had to say. And I remember telling people immediately after that, the two were a lot different than than anybody that I dealt with two are a lot different than anyone I've dealt with in that you have such a unrelenting zeal about truth about being honest that you can't get out of your own way in terms of fines or saying things that you shouldn't be saying seriously. And it's something you've never been able to conquer. And it's something you, and I've talked about for the better part of ten years as you've been find how much money over the is. Because you can't keep your mouth shut on stuff. Well, I'll tell you what I've certainly been find enough money that I could've paid at least a couple of my kids tuition through college. So why wouldn't you just shut up stand? Like, why would why don't wouldn't have been known that? That's something that a lot of people that are around me. You know, just can't get over. And I don't really know. Like there have been a lot of times in my in my life. And even said it to you at times that now I'm just not gonna talk. I can do that. I can just devoid. All interviews. You know, especially when I'm not coaching just no, I'm not gonna do anything. But when I'm on and faced with the question. I just I mean, okay. Generally, no, comment and stuff. But I have a hard time doing that. As you know. I mean, I get a question. And my first instinct is I'm just gonna answer it and answer it the best way. I know how now I'm more guarded with teen type information like I'm not going to be critical very often with the media with my players. I'm not gonna say a lot of things that would make somebody look bad that I've coached or worked with but as far as the pinions on issues and things like that. And

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