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Hill sharp, Kluber roughed up as Rays beat Yankees 10-5

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Hill sharp, Kluber roughed up as Rays beat Yankees 10-5

"Rich hill earned his first win of the year in Tampa bay's hitters pounded out thirteen hits as the rays defeated the New York Yankees ten to five hill allowed four runs all in the third inning on four hits in six innings of work striking out seven the left hander credited his efficiency along with the defense behind him all those things working in cohesion with each other and and being able to you know we have short half innings out there on the defense and but those guys back in the box for us to hit makes it makes for a good game Joey Lendl's two run double in the bottom of the third off Nick Nelson gave Tampa Bay the lead for good in the rays added four more runs in the fourth Steve Kearney St Petersburg

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"st petersburg" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

04:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Though who has presence and i think that's something that's kind of missing lake with the harry palmer films. The previous ones like i always liked. How you'd have. Colonel stock would come back or ross or dobie only gets the one movie. But he's very memorable like they are very fun personalities to watch harry palmer bump up against and i feel like burke clock actually brings that like he actually hasn't sort of personality even if the character is not really there on paper. It's pretty stereotypical. I wanted more of that because a lot of the characters regardless of the talent of the people you know portraying these characters you know you look like you know jason connery as nick or mia. Sara natasha like i have nothing against these two actors. I've seen both be fine and other things but they are not good in this movie like they're playing a very one note. Kind of forgettable characters like mia sara's character is a real like she barely talks but she's she's given nothing she's given hardly anything just say. I think that's one of the challenges that it's as it reflects the fact that this movie that either it was produced either breakneck speed or the buddy didn't stretch too Allowing more time to develop the characters or all these sort of things so the it it has a sort of certain pound shop quality to it. We're on me sr. So i'll just jump on this bit. Whilst i have a chance. But did they have to write a scene where she's about to have sex with michael. Cain i will point out. The michael caine was sixty at the point of filming. This film and mia was late as early phase. Ah to be fair. It is incredibly uncomfortable intentionally. Nails that is the other thing that's filmed at nails is out to do like. That's not right and then you know let's just beat around the bush to me. This feels like a. Let's make out like jason connery. Is harry palmists son. Now let's try and build the world for him to take over with his own films. I guess although it kind of feels like you know you reference the indiana jones and the kingdom of the crystal skull where it's like. Here's mutt williams guys. Can't you wait to see a lake his movies and it's like we're good like the idea of jason connery. Spinoffs was not something that really ever crossed my mind watching these to be fair but the idea of that is brutal. Scott i i fear for the nightmare. You're living in thinking. You might have to watch jason connery films. I hate. We've got another film him in in just a few minutes and the other problem. I have this film so of a nitpicky level. Is michael gamblin's accent. Oh okay off. You can Babbitt accents yeah. I am he. He is dropping in and out of a british accent every sentence. I'm waiting to tell me the harry potter a wizard and then an just take way back into something. About a clue tonia ari ari poverty. Yes.

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"st petersburg" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

03:12 min | 3 weeks ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"It's in the extended version of the movie. Which i didn't get to see so the movie itself it was boy it was baffling in terms of plotting. I mean there. Are you know as rob alluded. So many double and triple crosses that it was like just head-spinning at a certain point trying to make sense of what was going on I feel like it's the type of movie you wanna whiteboard. When you're watching it just to keep track of all the players and the little red violets being you know it harry's carrying throat what that means and why it's there and who put it there and etc etc so in terms of like a spy plot not great especially when you compare it to the really well honed convoluted you could say story of saint funeral in berlin which is definitely confusing. But i feel like it does. Pay off all make sense. Psychologically within the The world of all these players whereas this one it just felt like doing a lot of those crosses for no reason and with characters who i didn't really even understand who they were like the cia guy. And i also knows this movie had a lot of What i would call cannon films action which cannon films made a lot of kind of be action movies through the eighties and this will be had a ton of those moments where would just cut to a really kind of cheesy shootout where like a character falls onto an electrical wire stuff. Like that sort of thing you'd see in like the death wish sequels but overall like it was not good but i found it somewhat watchable if that makes sense. It's not something. I would recommend anyone really unless you're really into the world of harry palmer but i did find it kind of interesting. I agree you can. You can spend a reasonable ninety minutes with cup of tea into an a snack and just you know it perfectly as you say is watchable what you divide is it. Apart from perhaps harry palmer given that he is played by mccain. You even in. The bad movie is pretty good very few of the characters actually really either understand or care for but it does have some say some sort of strange almost like funny unintentionally elements like you can tell. Basically they had to use for somebody who said we haven't abandoned airport nearby and let's use it because at one point Colonel gretzky used a sort of a pound store version of colonel stock. Says wait a minute. I know somebody in bryansk. And that's they switched to this airfield where they sort of opposite of chasing after this train. And it's it's this bizarre and it has nothing it doesn't really about the plot anyway but it's just like i'm sure it's because they had the use of an airfield for a couple of days you know. I figured it was either that or because they want to work in north by northwest omar. Because you have them on the train and then they get out and they get swooped by a plane. I was like. Oh okay well we got a little bit hitchcock to give the actors that jews. I would not want to be up in the sort of rusty russian bucket that they filmed in..

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"st petersburg" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

03:14 min | 3 weeks ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Lightly. They certainly save money there and they save money on the acting as well. Take that back about jason culinary. How they well. I mean is there anything else background. Wise socially No let loose on. Okay well get quick five Thoughts on the film as a whole. Rub your guest. You kind of saw telegraph already but but to beijing. What are your thoughts. Yeah it's as. I said up from. It's not a great movie but you know it's sort of watchable. I didn't when i sat watching a couple of evenings go. I didn't tell my hair out has some interesting elements to it has Michael cord number of sort of english character. Actors michael gambon. Alexey does a possible russian. Jason coterie is not a great actor and he's trying to be nice well trying to be nice. Whoa let's let's be. Frank is wooden as a cyborg in this movie but it has the added attraction of the rather attractive mia sara ferris buehler's girlfriend playing the road natasha and even though he's not on the dvd. I got there is a fleeting appearance by sue. Lloyd the actor who plays gene in the original hip chris far so there are some sort of harry potter fans. There are some interesting little sort of law dates back to the original three movies. This is sort of suggestion. That a jason connery's character. Nikolai is possibly harry. Palmer said of the illegitimate son as say. There's the parents from gene. His love chris fall. So you know and the parties you know half chase movie half sit of heist movie this double-crossing triple crossing the drugs involved. The chinese and north koreans. It's like somebody's taking all the sort of ingredients from my. I spy movie cookbook. Throwing them into a pulp got to add some seasoning. That sort of thing. It's this the elements of there but it doesn't really hang together while rob really put the bullet in beijing cam. What about you okay. So this was one that i kind of dreaded going into because it's like how good is this going to be. When compared against a lot of the film craft that was happening on the first three. But it was a movie that i actually found in some ways a little bit entertaining in terms of reintroducing harry palmer into the nineties because like what is that like and where. This character is at being forced into retirement. We see that he's still got kind of that lady's man kind of vibe. We saw in the chris file. You know he's talking to his Girlfriend su Who's played by. Sue lloyd in the original on the phone which is kind of fun. There's a cut scene that rob alluded to it was not in my version. But i'm gonna have to.

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"st petersburg" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

04:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"A lot in the movie credits and titles. It's portrayed as len dayton's harry palmer ever asked his overland directly. I'm pretty sure he didn't have a huge to do other than probably writing his signature on a contract and say yeah go ahead. He has had some generally in the past and quite challenging experiences with tb produces so. I didn't think he guy so. I'm sure it's it's definitely not something that i don't think len had a creative into indian creative input into which shows. Yeah the only thing i could find was that he said basically if they get michael caine back he put his name on it. Yeah i think that's without without michael. Cain the movie has nothing a to with harry mccain has something in these and that's not saying much so we're getting a clue to listeners that bullet to beijing And sister filming leads. Berg not shining examples of the spy. Maybe he's on. What are you talking about the best tv movies we've covered so yes my view. Yeah i watched them both over the last Three or four days just to refresh myself. I've watched him a few times. No many they are great for me. The word that came to my mind is that you have curiosity value. One is seeing michael. Cain or harry palmer if you will It is sort of down. He'll dress not in sort of a shop sixties Suit walking down soho. But in sort of anorak walking down some groti street in some petersburg so this is sort of interesting sort of angle about seeing a familiar character. In ritu circumstances plus there is also the sort of again a curiosity value in just seeing the fact that they were filming in russia fairly soon after the fall of communism. Isn't it so interesting. The fact that the product that came out with is not that great is by the by so seeing you know what russia was like in nineteen ninety five and it looks pretty grubby and down at hill. Place has somebody but yeah if you were expecting Looks of action and lots of plot twists and great acting. This isn't your maybe. And that's been i am curious. I'm curious if you have any idea because there are you know. Annette adapted len deighton. Harry palmer spy novels like horse underwater. Or whatever like do you have any idea or like what the thinking was behind. Why these two movies bullet to beijing and the one. We're gonna talk about a few minutes. Were entirely original stories. I don't have any particular insight on there. My suspicion is that as with a law things in the movie business. It was probably money opportunity involved. Somebody saw opportunity with. I imagined that feeling in russia in nineteen ninety five is pretty cheap. I mentioned that there was probably a gap in harry. Michael caine schedule There was probably. Mr towers was at a loose end and you know the fates combined to bring them together in petersburg to film these two movies. I suspect there was no more sort of strategic thinking that makes sense from a financial standpoint. I imagine the amount you have to pay at linda in four making the quiz file goal horse. Underwater is far more than the original script lightly touching on.

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Miami Makes List Of Best Cities For Football Fans

AM Tampa Bay

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Miami Makes List Of Best Cities For Football Fans

"Way, I've got your best football cities for fans where Tampa Bay ranks Oh, yeah, this is, uh Well, they ranked 240 some cities as the best cities in America for football fans. 29 good guess I told Jack during the break. I didn't want to, because I don't like wallet Hub, And then he asked me to nicely and because I love Jack, I'll do 24 number 24. That's great. Aaron, Where do you think Who do you think the top city in the state of Florida is? Miami. Miami is, Yeah. Yeah, they're in the top 10. They are number seven is ST Petersburg's. You find ST Pete ST Pete is not on the list. I think 245 cities and ST Pete didn't make ST Pete is Tonto. Orlando number 70? Yeah, they're not on here.

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Russia arrests 2,700 during wide protests backing Navalny

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:46 min | 2 months ago

Russia arrests 2,700 during wide protests backing Navalny

"And police who are out in force, Russians have taken to the streets for a second weekend of protests. They're calling for the release of jailed opposition leader Alexi Navalny. One human rights monitoring group says at least 2000 protesters have already been arrested. Of only was jailed two weeks ago after returning from Germany, where he had been receiving treatment after being poisoned with a chemical weapon. MPR's Moscow correspondent Lucian Kim was at the protest in Russia's capital and he joins us now. Good morning. Morning, Lulu. Demonstrators early today gathered outside the prison where Navalny is being held. There were plans to protest outside the headquarters of the State Security Agency, the F S, B and Moscow. What can you tell us? Well, not a lot happened outside the FSB. The city authorities closed off metro stations in the center of the city and didn't let any pedestrians into the area. Navalny's team was hoping for a symbolic protest. Since they accused the FSB of trying to poison him. And when it became clear the downtown area was off limits. One of Navalny's AIDS who's outside the country started tweeting the locations of other rallying points around the city, including the prison where he's now being held. I mean, despite the certainty of arrests and crackdowns at today's protest, people still poured into the streets. I mean, there were extraordinary scenes. What if people tell you? Well, I've covered a lot of protests in Moscow and I have to say this one was the scariest I've been to riot Police were everywhere, and I saw how they just pluck someone off the street on arrest him and put him in a police truck. Probably the most famous demonstrator arrested today was Navalny's wife, Yulia. I met one protester. Her name is Alina McCarley Amara. She's an architect. And she told me she was scared, but that she had no choice but to come out. In the Russia the government is suppressing anyone who has a new opinion difference from a very narrow point of view. The propaganda makes you feel alone. That's why we came here to show that we are not alone that there are many of us. She said she actually doesn't not does not support Alexey Navalny as a politician, but she respects him for representing people who don't agree with Vladimir Putin and I heard that same opinion from other protesters. I spoke to You know, Um, these protests have been notable for their spread across a very vast country. We saw that last week. Do we know yet what's been happening outside of Moscow? What we do. We're getting reports from around Russia. It's already Sunday night on Russia's Pacific Coast activists are reporting hundreds of arrests. As you mentioned there'd been clashes with police a lot of really rough detentions and reports of police using Tasers. This is hugely significant because of protest has truly become nationwide. In the past, rallies were often focused on Moscow and ST Petersburg. That's two Navalny's credit. He always saw himself as a national politician. He spent a lot of time traveling around Russia and building a support network there. And in fact, he was traveling in Siberia when he was poisoned. Well, let me ask you this. I mean, if that is the case in these protests are igniting across the country. Does Vladimir Putin see them as a real threat? What little we see how the government is responding right now, with a really heavy hand, not Brooking any dissent? What's a different from earlier protests is that they've basically put all of Navalny's AIDS in jail. And they're also going after Russian journalists who are trying to cover these protests. The Kremlin likes to say that these protests are small and that the majority is for Putin. But when you consider that the literally shut down central Moscow to today and filled it with police You kind of get the impression that Vladimir Putin is feeling a little nervous. That's NPR's

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Florida lawmakers file bill to legalize recreational marijuana

Coast to Coast AM

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Florida lawmakers file bill to legalize recreational marijuana

"In Florida for fun. fun. Voters Voters already already made made marijuana marijuana illegal illegal to to use use as as prescription prescription medicine. medicine. Now Now a a Republican Republican state state senator senator has has co co sponsored sponsored a a bill bill that that would would legalize legalize pot pot for for recreation recreation are are Bill Bill just says counties could decide whether they want medical marijuana treatment centers or other providers of adult use cannabis in their counties. They can't restrict delivery. So ultimately, somebody wants to have it delivered to their property, which is what many states are moving towards. They can't restrict delivery. Jeff Brandis of ST Petersburg spoke to news Channel eight in Tampa Broadcasting

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Advocacy Group Continues Push to Make Recreational Marijuana Legal in Florida

Coast to Coast AM

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Advocacy Group Continues Push to Make Recreational Marijuana Legal in Florida

"For fun. Voters already made marijuana illegal to use as prescription medicine. Now a Republican state senator has co sponsored a bill that would legalize pot for recreation are Bill just says counties could decide whether they want medical marijuana treatment centers or other providers of adult use cannabis in their counties. But they can't restrict delivery. So ultimately, somebody wants to have it delivered to their property, which is what many states are moving towards. They can't restrict delivery. Jeff Brandis of ST Petersburg spoke to news Channel eight in Tampa Broadcasting legend Larry

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What Does COVID Do to Your Blood?

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

What Does COVID Do to Your Blood?

"Of an emergency physician more challenging? It's leading to more clotting and kind of every aspect of the body is leading to more blood clots in the lungs. The leg you worry about what question brain too. So There's been a correlation for sure. ST. Petersburg er Doctor and Ambar Nathan says. Blood clots can lead to stroke, he says. If you have any of the stroke symptoms like blurred vision, arm weakness or loss of balance, don't hesitate to head to your nearest ER. Don't worry about catching their coronavirus at the hospital or protocols are in place. It takes more than a

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Eta regains hurricane strength as Florida braces for second hit

Anna Davlantes

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Eta regains hurricane strength as Florida braces for second hit

"Has weakened to a tropical storm just hours after regaining hurricane strength as Florida braces for a second hit from the storm. The storm's maximum sustained winds decrease to around 70 MPH off Florida's southwest coast. This afternoon, Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in Miami issued a hurricane watch for a 120 miles stretch that includes Tampa in ST Petersburg. A storm has been in the Gulf of Mexico since crossing over South Florida on Sunday.

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"st petersburg" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

03:35 min | 5 months ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on The Zest

"Maybe a month ago I think. And I want you to try it before we talked about it but this is going to be our tipplers reserve that you can buy right here at the store only here. All right hold on. Here we go. This is a little bit. Darker than the orange liqueur than the tippers. Armscor. What is the secret? Is it wait a minute? That is delicious. There's just something. it's almost like a burnt sugar. Taste in there like a roasted taste what is okay Warren tell me what I just had. Will reduce with this process here as we aged Are tipplers in expert in barrels by itself, and then what we did was we blended it in with some of our. The Bourbon barrel the would tank. Isn't necessarily what you will you. there. So we also took that and we did a small blend with straight Bourbon So we decided to give a sneak peek of Bourbon that we have here Asian currently you know. So this is it. That is delicious. What's it called again? now is are tipplers reserved. Deserve. One thing with this land is splendid perfectly on get the taste of the as Orange Cure, but you get the aroma of a straight bourbon. It is wonderful. This was really delicious I enjoyed every drink here and. I enjoyed my tour. Only did have the sunset Julia head. That's now this is new is this out yet? full-scale distribution November December this year. All right sunset Jen let's say. Wow. That's good. That's really unusual. We also there's no artificial flavoring or coloring in there, and I think what Clara did is she she and it's a beautiful gold color and there's no artificial colors. You can tell you know here it's a little bit of a lighter Hue, but in fifty it is. kind of an amber orange color so It's really beautiful in a bottle. And you know to know that it's completely natural. You might see a little bit of orange particles in some of them to if you're if you're lucky. So yeah, I think that's a it's a good way to put it. It's unusual because it's not a normal Jenn it's completely different Very any JIM that you would find on the market. Very complex and I think that you could put that in a cocktail and you it would hold it how it's not gonNA get buried. I've been drinking it with a little bit of club soda and a tiny squeeze of an orange and it's my favorite. All. Right. Thank you so much. Thank you Robyn. Thank you. That was skip Reagan, Warren Gardner and Clara. Of the Saint Petersburg Distillery we've got the recipes for the skyway drive and the robins collins cocktails on our website because this podcast dot com. So much for joining us today I'm Robin Sesing Ham Delete Cologne and I produce zest with help from Cheyenne Jag Lau and markets. Copyright Twenty Twenty WSF Public Media University of South Florida..

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"st petersburg" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

07:51 min | 5 months ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on The Zest

"Position that the ownership of found me and and interviewed me floor ownership of Saint Petersburg distillery. Saint Petersburg wonderful Italian family, I Friday's father and Tucson's onto signs are basically the managing partners and the the father's overseeing. We'll tell them give people a little bit of an idea like I'm standing in a big. Block. Cement Block building used to be a lumber yard. And it's got maybe. Ten or fifteen large tanks, artillery tanks holding tanks I mean this is considered kind of a craft distillery although it's a very large, it's large on the size of a craft distillery, but it's not a huge commercial. Gallo it's not like that. Make it back to the question that you asked previously, why am I here in? What's what's in it for me for this project? This is one of the only commercial distilleries in the state of Florida's actually making their own products. There's nobody doing on production level that we are your bottling it everything we're we're bottling it. So everything from like the Orange is actually get here in a truck right and then Warren you know picks out what project these orders are going to be four. To the point where Claire is actually using an orange peeler and putting them herself into the dehydrated and actually using those pills so that she can keep some of the oil's not just by dehydrated oranges. But that is why I'm here because this is a distillery that we can actually have a concept like a sunset Jen, NC it out and six months later, be selling it on market can't do that anywhere else indefinite can't do it working for a global entity right there'd be way too much red tape and too many people to to get on the program here I went from having ten thousand shareholders to having three shareholders that called me three times a day each. And I'M SUPER HAPPY TO BE HERE Let's try that I mean I'm looking at this beautiful trae over here with a couple of mixed drinks and a bottle of that is that the sunset jen? So we have the skyway drive over there and that was named because pat it's a pink cocktail and it kind of reminds me of my drive over the skyway every morning into Saint Pete because I work I live. In Sarasota. So I drive over the sky we every morning and the sun is rising on the way there. So. It kind of has that same hugh. What's in it? So we have our banning vodka tipplers, of course, simple syrup, grapefruit, juice, lime juice, and it's talked with club. Soda. Yup. We're GONNA have these recipes on the website possess podcasts, dot com. Yup, and what's the drink? The other one is shining sunset gin. So actually a first cocktail ever four like this featuring sunset gin. And we're calling it a robbins. Collins. Because it's kind of a twist on A. Tom. Collins in Robinson my last name. So it has a sunset gin lemon juice simple syrup and club. Soda. All. Right. Try It. Okay. So this is the skyway drive. It's this is the pink one. Yeah, and You've got a little lime garnish on it. This had the typically. The band Monica and the tippers. Orange liqueur. Okay. Wow. To orange really comes through. I would have some of that comes through it isn't even grapefruit juice. Oh, grapefruit juice does. Make some great food choose yet but you know grapefruit is another another nice citrus so That would complement the tipplers a little bit. But of course, we always Bainian Vodkas easy of London anything we use it in most of our cocktails especially with tipplers tipplers is just a great spirit to be able to blend with any other spirit so We kinda reminds you of a screwdriver, but with a twist like a little more complex. Yeah. Because you know it's means grapefruit juice. And there's vodka, and of course, there's tipplers orange. So those are all things that you you know of course. A. Screwdriver would be made with orange juice instead but. That great for juice along with that tipplers kind of mimics out. But still a little bit of a little bit of bubbles. I'm all about blood bubbles. I put you know Code Soda just about every drink that I make. You know it's kind of a fun. Twist on that but. I really enjoyed and I think it's. It's a pretty drake. Also I mean, it's got a little bit of lime. So it really has every you know aspect of that world because you have three different types of citrus in that at once. So it's Very, special to Florida, and that's why you know it's got skyway name. So also another you know mosh to Saint Petersburg. Okay now, this one sent the Tom Collins. With which of living to garnish. Right it's supposed to be a an orange wedge but. Today we have lemon limits. You just got to roll with the punches off. This one's called the Robin Scotland. Yeah okay. It is good. It's really good. So tell me what was in that. Sense it Gin Lemon Juice Simple Syrup in club soda. So simple. Simple to make. These these both what I really like about them they're not too sweet. They're not super dry. They're not as dry as a gin and tonic, but they're not they're not simpler sweet either yeah. In general you'll see that you know the sense that Janice it's sweet but it's not super sweet and so that's really the only sweetness that you get from. That is in a little bit of that simpler that there's not much in there. But I you know really liked to focus on the spirit and not so much. Everything that goes into it. When I make cocktails, they're usually really simple. I am to GIN and Tonic Person I. That is what I drink anywhere. So I am very simple with that but you know I'm not gonNA. If I'M GONNA make a cocktail for some special event. Then I wanted to be a little bit more complex but still simple enough to meet my standards of you know shining that spirit. So I did not want to make a gin and tonic that I wanted to make something simple. Okay. So you put something in this Cup this is the tipplers orange core just to. Drink which was great but I want you to taste it naked so that you could actually see some of those illness you're picking up the drink I think it will go ahead and close that loop for your once you try it. I love that. So. That is really Warren said it was one of the first things that we did and he told you about the trials and tribulations of the oranges So this product in particular I, think with covert a lot of people are making Margaritas back home now So this product for us is up about five percent year to date. Which is already on a pretty big base. So we're actually buying more oranges making more tipplers because of it and we. freaking good. This is good. I love this I would. I would put maybe this over some ice absolutely then what I wanted to tell you about a little bit and warrants stepped out for a second. We. Have kind of an exclusive for you I guess but it's going to be when we open our new market store. So we're actually revamping our distillery experience and we're GONNA have a market store right now we're not open for the public common have the distillery tour and have the market store experience. We're going to be in that position in December and so what I asked the guys to do is I wanted to release a couple of interesting products. For that distillery experience that you could only get here. Right. So a bit of a draw here but also at stuff that warrants kind of been playing with he brought this to me..

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"st petersburg" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

06:24 min | 5 months ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on The Zest

"It meant up to us a lot of a lot of our products we have that we come out with has a story and has some kind of history which is real. You know and. That's why we take a lot of these products to heart. You know everything has some matched up from the taste of smelled location story the message you know it just has to be a real. Yeah. So that's obviously important to you that. Not, only that the lacouer taste good but you're capturing something about the Florida spirit. And You're doing that as well in the laboratory. Tell me tell me about that. Yes. So we're getting ready to release our sunset gin and that's going to have the same vibe as tipplers. We wanted it to be something that was Mary between tipplers and our tropical gin. So of course, it's not the same base, not the same recipe as Tropical Jin but still have that same spirit and that same vibe to be a Florida Jin. That is specific to Florida in stands out on a shelf at a bar that this is something that you can only get here. It's the only completely naturally made. Orange Style Jin that is on the market in it's something that we're really proud of it took a lot of trials and a lot of. Hard work kind of. I. Don't WanNa say similar to what learn with speaking to you about the. Just. Florida. Orange Crops, but it felt that way in the moment trials. So I mean you know trying out different styles in. Different methods to make this was. Trying bite eventually got to this wonderful spirit that is a it's an orange hue. It's very strong, orange, Palette, but also a balance of a gin. So it's kind of that in-between of orange spirits and JEN. Spirit I said Clara, is there a way for us to create an Orange Jin on that? We're now calling sunset JEN. And have it. Be. Not, only hit all the quality cues but I don't want to add any flavors like if we're GONNA get flavor, it needs to come from. That you're using if we're going to get color I wanted to come either from the orange peels or one of the other batanes you're using. And she figured out a way to do that and she got with Warren and Warren figured out a way to get that patched up. So we can do it into a large scale, and now we're super excited. We're going to have this product market in late October. To tastes this do you have this here? Samples for your tastes. Then also I've been clear prepared to maybe even make a drink out of it. Say can habit raw and you can have it in a drink. That sounds good. Yeah. Both of those. Really good. But let me clarify you know what goes on in the lab. How did that process work when you were given that challenge? What did you do? Yeah. So so the actual Jin I created a London dry style gin. So it's very simple has six botanical and. It's Juniper Coriander Angelica, root root licorice root in Green cardamom. So it's very simple lesson, dry style recipe kind of a classic. Yeah. But I wanted it to be simple something that would blend with oranges really well, and I knew that having London dry style blend with oranges I thought it would just really work together. So I tried you know figuring out how to. Combine this and make this orange standout but not overpower in this recipe and eventually landed on a post distillation infusion method, and so I am. Appealing all the oranges myself, I'm drying them all and. He's drawing the peel. Yeah. Having them in a dehydrate her in the lab and. That's where it's all going down in the lab. All of the oranges are being processed in there and then infused with that raw. London Dry Style Jen later on Warren. I love the way you were talking about the orange growers in Florida history and I'm wondering are you a Florida native? What? Why is that? Why come here to Saint? Peter's Hillary to be the Master Stiller why does this Florida history obviously appeal to you? You know we're up podcast all about Florida food but why is it important to you? We'll originally I'm from Jamaica So when I came to United States. We moved up north and then we figured out that Florida's closest home. So I love I. Love Everything about Florida because he didn't minds me of home everything from the beaches people foods. So to me it just I. I've been in Florida for over twenty years now. And this is a place that I definitely call. My home with my children and their to them. You know. So basically. To me, I want to be able to have an impact on my home. I WanNa represent from my home. I WanNa mean everything good for my home you know so. That's definitely what's really be getting from me. In also. Art, it's really starting at hot. I turned off. Make them turn. I'm turned off the air conditioning so it would be quieter and now it's really getting hot in here. So maybe we turn back the air conditioning on or while we taste this and might get a little loud. But at least we won't pass out. All right. How'd you get and you said you just got here last November. How did you make your way here? Sure. I'm twenty industry veteran. By way of gallow and then per no ricard. For about five years about six years over at the Diaz Show, which is the global leader spirits. And I had about twelve states in my last job. Right. So Controlling about half billion dollars. Business. And we were operating at a very high level. But travel was getting to be a little much and. And it was a very interesting..

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"st petersburg" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

06:10 min | 5 months ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on The Zest

"That is why I'm here because this is a distillery that we can actually have a concept like a sunset gin and see it out and six months later, be selling it on market can't do that anywhere else. I'm Robin sussing him, and this is the zest citrus seafood Spanish flavor and southern charm for all about food in Florida. This Florida distillery takes its location in the sunshine state. Seriously, we take a trip to the Saint Petersburg distillery. I wanted to make sure that you know about Saint Petersburg, foodies dot com if you're looking for fun and good food in Saint Pete, there are restaurant reviews and podcasts featuring local chef's restaurant tours happy hour suggestions and a lot more. It's all online at Saint Petersburg foodies dot com support for the zest podcast comes from site and Bhakkar brand natural foods like cereals, oils, oatmeal energy bars, gluten free fruit Gumy's for the kids organic coffee and more available in supermarkets, health food stores, or online at site and Bhakkar Dot Com. As we get ready to wrap up our second season of the zest next week. I wanted to make sure I fit in a trip to the Saint Petersburg distillery, which iconic local ingredients like oranges and sugarcane in their Florida focus spirits. They're launching a new product sunset JEN, which they say is a gin that's very specific to Florida, and that's completely natural. Sales are soaring at the distillery and expansion plans are underway and the upstairs tasting room. I met with skip Reagan's senior vice president for sales marketing and public relations. Master. Distiller Warren Gardner and Assistant Distiller Clara Robin. Skip Reagan Senior Vice President here at Saint Petersburg distillery. Clare robins assistant distiller. More golden a mess still. Why Saint Petersburg Florida a good place to put a distillery. Sure well. We are the benefit here in Florida of a lot of natural ingredients. They necessarily don't have and other parts of the of the country and other parts of the world. A great reason why they have a distillery here these natural Florida oranges. Today, we might be talking about a couple of our of our orange generated brands like our or sunset Jin. We would not be able to make those up north without bringing in the Florida oranges right So we're we're very happy that we are not only commercial distillery making all of our products here, but we use as many local ingredients from the local farmers that we possibly can to keep it a Florida crap product. And you were saying it's a little bit unusual because. You make these. Spirits start to finish. It's all done start to finish worn. So. One thing that we always try to do with retrial stay local sent means we we established a bomb with Florida agricultural. So anything from rum vodka the flavors, not only that but the style that we have here Florida's Berrigan Nick. Everything from the weather, the atmosphere, the the people who grew up here. You know for certain periods of time you know we throw that into to our marketing Just the way we do things you know. So this is Florida. Skip talks a little bit about the ingredients being unique. Tell me something about that like the ingredients that you're using specifically. So Righteous Rama's pure. Raw Cancer from Florida. I'm a lot of ingredients are sourced in Florida, but not this all right roam you know our our tipplers orange look your. was. Original products that we ever want to come out. So when we want to come out with that, we wanted to. Capture the history of the Florida citrus. Industry. And during that time, you know what really made Florida famous you know there was a point in time where Florida orange juice you know orange juice from Florida oranges, wars Florida's national drink you know. Everywhere from all over the United States, you know we were shipping crates. Florida. Oranges. In during a certain period, you know Florida citrus really bones you know and it was helped fuelling. Florida. And there was no other tastes like it anywhere. You know and reading up on the history of the citrus industry. There was a lot of trials on for relations. You know every year there was just a battle. You know every time they they made a good on the made progress of good production. The next season there was a something to. You know spoil you the throw off for there was some kind of challenge. You know you know just just from researching the last Hundred Years of Florida citrus industry there's been like eighteen different diseases bacterial fruit flies coming from different and just looking at the pictures you know Dr, these times it's very inspirational because you know you see the smiles you see you see cries laughs during those times and the challenges that they. conquered, every single year you know so. Florida tipplers. Are Tippers Orange the cure was very special to us because we wanted to capture that history and we wanted to make sure when you taste our product that you don't forget..

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"st petersburg" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

01:32 min | 6 months ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"A great name. Not Raise call is day. I. Think that's probably better than. Meal I had a post-shave Razor Ruddick on my Didn't what yet will when I was really young. My best friend was a Liverpool Fan. So I went through a phase of pretending to be Liverpool Fan and it was it was a it was it was a pullout from a full magazine stuck on my. Yeah no in. You know taty way not like not like a pinup Neil Ruddock. right shoutout to Neil Ruddock listening as well. Donovan. Razor Ruddock the world heavyweight boxer who once fought Mike Tyson twice. Once. Again. I'M Really hoping there are lots of people who don't know who razor Ruddock as and Now currently googling him and wondering why on Earth gather impeach picture of him on hold there was like a time in. Nineteen ninety-three where he was, he was a big deal. Anyway, Google Razor Ruddick nineteen ninety-three and. Yes no unhealthy. And thank you for supporting us and I just WANNA say hello to Cam as well. is comes hanging in the an hopefully enjoying the pods and thinking.

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"st petersburg" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

07:06 min | 6 months ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Melbourne over the last few months and and you can see. Even. Even hearing somebody is bright and breezy as Craig tidy talking about strain open the the thing is not guaranteed because the government's attitude to the virus of that is way stricter than it is over here in terms of you know we've got to have the support of the the government. If we're GONNA make this thing this thing what. It looked really tough those those ten weeks in that. Think they're in the McClure Talim Perth and there was another storm Sandisk also in the same hotel but didn't have an adjoining room maybe maybe she didn't want to be involved in the kind of. You know I think day three there on sitting down indoor. Kind of just a just a measure of that desperate attempts entertainment in there. It looked I was I was glad for them that they had each other because I think they wanted that and it clearly help them get through it, but it was A. Really quite vivid insight into just how how taxing that is on your on your mental health. Yeah. Absolutely. couple of other bits and bobs play changes to the ATP Player Council Personnel This Week Andy Murray Felix Jerry? Elliott. Jeremy Shoddy John Millman. New members of the ATP Played Council. That is. That's you know if that were if that were a government that would be huge kind of. Right wing left wing shift wouldn't it? That's a massive kind of aggregate change in outlook. I would suggest I mean who? Who knows in practice what it will mean, but those are very differently minded. kind of plays I would say than the composition composition has been light, well the players. Withdrew were not on Jock, Itch Vasic Pospisil Sam Query Jonas ner plan like that I. Absolutely. Agree I think Andy. Murray. When when asked to elaborate said he was only there temporarily while they sorted out who else they wanted on that board that council but. It's it is a very interesting time. The fact that there is this alternative body that is trying to set up as the players presentative when the PLA- council still has a group they're very much trying to do that job and how ends up coming out I mean if if they get to the Australian Open and half an Australian Open amidst everything that's on at the moment, those Playa meetings, you could be very interesting and in fact, the next the next year particularly I think because can these plays bring about something to inspire some further confidence in the players that have wavered over the last however long and ended up standing on that code for that photo shoot. When it was when they're in the bubble in New York that the players had time to talk and mobilize and things started happening in the next opportunity for that. As you say, we'll be if there is an Australian Open in January that probably going to have. What could be six weeks? You know in terms of that strength in terms of how long would together another spread out across the country for ATP Cup. But yeah, you could imagine that the next stage this political talk in development will will happen at the start of the year. Yeah. It's going to be very interesting lost bit of news announced. This week is the absolutely game changing fact that the French Open again, have night sessions next year imagine how different that will bake. Can make. Can you get your heads around it? The only the only pet that even the fact that we ended up playing tennis until I wait. They play tennis until one twenty, five in the morning. The one night. Even. The one thing that strikes me as jarring about this announcement is the fact that they're going to play a single match on court Philippe Chatrier from nine M. Every single night of the first ten days. Nine PM is the start of the night session I mean. I suppose you could say look if you have a four hour match yet you want I am every every every night but I mean that's a really late start time and I'm just really interested to see how that works with the locals whether whether they really go for that or not. 'cause it's a very residential area. I do my anxiety about it and there's no well. Minority about is given that it's just one much distribution of equal distribution of men's and women's matches. Really, hope that will be a consideration I. mean if there's GonNa be unequally distribution, you can make a very strong argument that it would make more sense for it to be more women's march is because of. The. Length of much is. Linked of best to five matches after nine PM start. But that remains to be seen but officially sessions at the French Open from twenty. Twenty one tournaments next week in Cologne again, Antwerp and the final into the air on the W. Tour in Estrada. Wine this. Lynch Swan after Lintz. Yes. Of course, we're cocoa golf is the. Defending champion and Coca gophers actually qualified successfully for Ostrava, which is. Inevitably got an absolute he rammed drove of plays just looking for an opportunity to to play. Improve the top two seeds and Diana stream skirt against Jennifer Brady in the first round there's the some. An a load. Top Big names in the in the doubles draw as well. Singles player in the trouble. Straw spat out the name Jennifer Brady. David. Shinola still just about talking. have. You seen the court in a strove? Does it have dogsled mattresses? There oversee very pleased to have an event a straw written on the back of the court with three exclamation marks. It ready to prove overuse the nation wasn't it wasn't it Terry practice it and he say that let's sign of madness is the mark of the more on yet. We some shoutouts to end on I believe who are we shouting out to you? Matt. We all shouting out to. Steven Blyth. Hello Steven to Jane S. 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"st petersburg" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

09:49 min | 6 months ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"To is bigger than Cologne one. Yeah. This is just the warm up. We know what to expect from Cologne to is it the same venue? Think? Everything, at an Mo, you mentioned they won the doubles title at Cologne One. But at there was doing double duty, he was also playing the singles qualifying for Cologne to the same weekend. Geographically Very. Time someone's played to tournaments on the same day I. Felt like as I. said that maybe there's a story about Sanga, Sanga Surbiton and Queen Yeah qualifying. Didn't he win Surbiton? Surbiton and he got the train up. The Chiba over to play play Queens qualifying my first of Queenstown to did qualify any went in a few runs as well. Beat Lleyton Hewitt in. But just on this. Double header tournament I mean I have sat and they did an extremely good job of putting it together that sort of notice and the the organizer is somebody the I worked with for many years on the champions tour. Before you become working, we'd be Catherine in the participated in a celebrity football match with him. He was part of the Organization of that particular. Yes he was Edwin Wind door. He was who is the director of the senior tour back in the late nineties and early two thousands and he has this company which he he runs a think in partnership with his dominant teams agent. Heroic Struck. and. Both Australians and yeah, they put on the events I think they put on the the grass court tournament in. Stood Guard as well. And and yeah they they put together this this tournament to really short notice By the. Enough to have gone and I mean okay. Some of it was weird. Pretend. It wasn't but I also think the fact that they started with fans and halfway through the that week the Cologne just got shut down and they told you can't have any funds anymore and they kept going and. They made it work say you know an almost credit to them for that? Do you remember when we had Simon on quite early on in the pandemic, and we were doing sort of generalized speculation about the the lasting effects on on the sport. Of this year might be and he? One of the ideas until out that was that. It could cause a Gulf style, the tour to the tools one tour if the merger happens to to split off geographically for that to be a European tour and a North American tour, maybe they could be just a Cologne. They've got it sussed. The adult Casper in that everyone well, leave led me to exactly where I want to go that David. We left around for twenty minutes talk about the tennis. Let's talk about the dogs on this amount is and why? Why all tournaments haven't been doing that forever. Because it seems Cost. Recovering to. Purchase one of. Those son. Ledgers with. Just put the dog on it yet is that the one thing that you would introduce into all tennis events if you? I thought. I'm I. I've got so many most of my Most of my curiosity about Cologne, two centers around the the dogs on the Sun Lounges will be. Different Dogs. DIFFERENT LOUNGES DIFFERENT Different. Seating equipment altogether. You describe the scene because I I've never seen. It but I mean, know the the the first row of spectators would normally be the hospitality rose around the perimeter of the cold. With surrounded by soft furnishings by by. Kind of Hof like. What, what are you cool in Cypher? Was the tournament sponsored by a garden furniture mattress. Right. This is like ideal isn't you? I saw this on have I got news view on Friday. Got Me to the West Brom's mascot is a man dressed as a boiler. Correct. Absolutely, right? Yeah. Ideal. Boilers, if we want to give them a plug. And these. I mean, you're of potentially need some boiler doing flats. Thanks for that yes. Well, the pretty good. Catherine and yes, they do have a person who is dressed up in a boiler suit. Must something that tennis has never really. Indulged in I, feel like the dogs on the the dogs on the sun lounges sort of an early foray potentially into the realm of mascots. Now Yell into camera faces the had cameras attached to them. So that went. Yeah go pros when they were running around the cool amine. Attempt think the foot. Great. Donald. In that situation, you can see everything but the. Yeah agreed. And less into the sugar and then. Did they ever explain why we had to go to Lounger. ISOS. Disavow accepted it in the context of the year twenty twenty-nine everything is strange. Lot of a lot. Was the band introduced to replace the crowds? No, I think the ban was. There throughout. Crowd. With the band once the crowds at gone that was what made him. Those abandoned his nobody to play. Kind was that was that failed because they were really cool band and they just came on at the sit downs for every for every match and the what some of the looks on the players faces I mean some of them did look a bit distracted MSA. Genre of music we talking here. I'm trying to think what they were. Cool. They were called like the swag or something. And I didn't I didn't think genre of music relief went with the name. I. Wasn't that just the tournaments description of the van rather than its name They called the Aliswag band or something like that. Swing. Knife definitely. Wasn't that. It was a bit. Jesse USA. Music or country. On, the. See where they playing hit but they playing bangers. No. Heard. It felt quite fitting in as much as it felt like they were very much playing for their own enjoyment and. They have in the best time and. Didn't matter because nobody else is there. So nobody nobody to. Have to impress. And I I. liked it but. It just did the plays enjoy it. Well, I thought that they kind of enjoyed it but. You could also tell them thinking I'm trying to concentrate. But but I couldn't be more perfect for twenty twenty to just see this court with these sun beds all around with with a couple of people who take their shoes off whilst on this on these beds that obviously paid for the right sitting there with the dog on the lap. Few. Feet away from Andy Murray as he's trying to serve and then when they got sit down disband pipes. Perfect for twenty. Twenty. Tournament directors listening you know what you've got to do. So yeah we had Obama won the doubles they be Lucas Cuba Marcelo Melo in the final you mentioned on Mary that he lost in the opening round. To Fidel Hyundai Vida's. and. We saw subsequently heard the perhaps not altogether surprising news that. he has withdrawn from Cologne to Andy, Murray House with injury to his US on the on the on the official form where it says. Withdrawals and says the body parts that you have Andy Murray brackets hip and. It's a pretty sad sites saying that and. It a slightly side sight seeing him against. Against, Finan David Oscar isn't it? I thought he was better than at the French Open when he just. was never a moment when he was in the match against care the worst some moments in this one against that ask authority was yeah. He hits them claim when a returns. But, he's also planning a guy who's not va rinker. It was still. It was still kind of bittersweet failing to watching Andy Murray watching any Murray..

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State says open Miami-Dade schools by Oct. 5 or give school-by-school reasons as to why not

WIOD Programming

00:18 sec | 6 months ago

State says open Miami-Dade schools by Oct. 5 or give school-by-school reasons as to why not

"About the state, says no Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran Center letter to Superintendent Albert or Cavallo, saying public schools in in his his county county must must open open by by October October 5th 5th and and says says Carvalho Carvalho must must justify justify why why any any school school cannot cannot reopen reopen for for in in person person learning learning a a protest protest in in downtown downtown ST ST Petersburg Petersburg last last night night led led to to one one of them

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"st petersburg" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

04:19 min | 8 months ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on The Zest

"Covid nineteen corona virus that was all the sudden hitting and. Throwing the world into A. Tailspin. So Kevin actually set up a couple more dates at our venue further out, but they definitely weren't far enough out. It was like May June we finally just realized no, this isn't going to happen and the restaurants are really getting hit hard. Let's let's give give him some good news By the way all of the they were people's choice awards we had fifteen categories and. We were going to do critics choice, but they chose not to do that during the pandemic. So we're GONNA have five critics, choice awards. So anyway, we decided to go ahead and release them online on them on on honor podcast, and then Kevin did some nice certificates that we I put out online as well and did a beautiful presentation video that was very Oscar style if you will. I saw that I thought well, I saw the TS for it and I thought it was was really great. So what was the upshot who won best overall restaurant bow and mows Italian steakhouse or is it just? bomohs. I've a few in front of me and actually so best Saint Pete. Beach restaurant was Sola Bistro wine bar, which we mentioned. Best Casual was noble crust. Best downtown brick and mortar. Best Fast Casual Bodega on central Best Gulfport Pretoria Best Italian grouchy Italian Grill Best Mexican VIP Mexican Lounge and treasure island best new restaurant Sofia's coochie attack. That's Italian place that's done by the owners of Lolitas, which is also very popular place for cheese and charcuterie in wine yes. They're both fantastic noble crust one again for best north Saint Pete by one mos overall we already mentioned best pizza pizza box, best seafood al-Tamaari Fish Bar, which I mentioned earlier talking seafood. Best steak also Bo in most. And best, Sushi the lure and best upscale it will return. Oh is what Laurie mentioned her favorites you mentioned yes. Nine months I I, we were remiss not to send you there on your weekend. They do have the best steak town if you'll have a good steak, it's amazing Oh. Yeah. Who Does it all right? Well, listen I'm we're going to list that on our website Zach podcast dot com so..

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"st petersburg" Discussed on The Zest

The Zest

02:48 min | 8 months ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on The Zest

"With us. Hi Robyn. Thank you Robin. Thanks for having US good to talk to you. So you have the Saint Pete foodies podcast, but it's also it's a whole empire. It's a website and a blog restaurant reviews and awards. Plus the PODCAST. So why let me ask you why is Saint Petersburg worth its own? Website and podcast. And blog oh gosh. Food it's grown so much robin over the last ten years I where I live I've been there nine years. I just can't believe the growth we've had. We had hardly any restaurants back then and now we've got. Amazing Chaffetz James Beard nominated shafts right here in town Saint Petersburg just deserves that recognition on its own. People besides us have referred to Saint. Pete as a town. Yes. Like you. Put us on the spot every all the cool kids at school are saying. Saint Petersburg is really come into its own. With with food and restaurants, you know I've had Laura Riley on before she was the food critic food reporter for many years at the Tampa. Bay Times and Yeah. Spoke at length about what was going on in Saint. Petersburg. Tell me how tell me how all this got started and first of all Kevin Lower your co founders of Saint Pete foodies podcast ain't Saint Pete foodies dot com. Is it Saint Petersburg though we're? Yes, it is. The actual the actual official is Saint Petersburg foodies but you can substitute Saint Pete foodies anytime you want that's fine. It doesn't matter what you type into the browser it's going to end up in the right place anyway right that's right. Kevin Kevin's a computer expert you started off as an SEO and computer experts. So am a Computer Geek for sure desk let's. A Lot. But you co founded this and but you're more than just professional partners, right? Yes. Correct. We've been known to smooch every once in a while. Able to be honest Robin I think what you're asking is how this came about and it was an accident to be quite honest we started dating in October of twenty thirteen. We at the time Kevin's other business was doing so well that we. He afforded to take us out to dinner for two five nights a week and We took pictures of food and posted them on our own timelines and that didn't go unnoticed also at the time Kevin had a Fetish. If you WANNA call it with dressing and suits and really like going far out there..

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Miami - St. Petersburg mayor announces a new antibody testing site

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:27 sec | 8 months ago

Miami - St. Petersburg mayor announces a new antibody testing site

"ST Petersburg mayor right, Crisman announced a new anybody testing site that opens Thursday outside the Mojave Center with over 7700 people in the ST Petersburg area testing positive for covert 19. The mayor believes Mass testing can determine how prevalent the virus may be in the city. We really want to see a sustained downward trajectory before we get comfortable, and we're especially interested to see how the next couple weeks go as many students And teachers returned to school with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad.

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Miami - St. Petersburg mayor says mask order having a positive impact

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Miami - St. Petersburg mayor says mask order having a positive impact

"Despite Despite the the fact fact that that 26 26 people people died died because because of of Kobe Kobe 19 19 in in Pinellas Pinellas Pinellas County County County Tuesday, Tuesday, Tuesday, ST ST ST Petersburg Petersburg Petersburg Mayor Mayor Mayor Rick Rick Rick Crisman Crisman Crisman is is is taking taking taking a a a hopeful hopeful hopeful tone, tone, Crisman Crisman says says he's he's encouraged encouraged by by the the numbers numbers of of people people who who are are testing testing positive, positive, which which he he says says has has been right around 10%. Our hope is we're beginning to see the benefits of our mask mandate. Our goal is to ultimately see our percentages fall below 5%. They pull County school board agreed with Superintendent Jacqueline Bird and voted for a two week delay before the fall semester begins. Counties across the state of proposing similar plans, both in person classes and virtual learning will begin August 24th instead of August 17th.

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Miami - Human Head Discovered By Jogger In St. Pete

WTMJ Nights

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

Miami - Human Head Discovered By Jogger In St. Pete

"A Florida jogger Going along. Jogging along in ST Petersburg. It was around the intersection of 38th Avenue south and 31st Street South. And he looks over or she I don't know. But the jogger looks over and But what is that? A head? Yeah. Human head human head. That's exactly what they jogger found in ST Petersburg, Florida. Oh, my gosh. It's a decomposing head, too. It's not like a skeleton. Wow. Jogger told investigators that was a female when she ran on Sunday Sunday. She did not see the head. Adding that she did not run on Monday. And so this morning, she's out for a jog. People that observant whether jogging

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Florida has highest daily number of new cases

Mark Thompson

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Florida has highest daily number of new cases

"Florida has seen an increase in new coronavirus cases everyday for the past week more than thirty two hundred cases in the last day alone St Petersburg mayor Rick Christman says he is worried the re opening of businesses might be happening too quickly it is ordered everyone in that city who comes in contact with customers to wear facemask I'm not comfortable what I see happening in my community and and that's really reason that I took the actions I took and really I think you're gonna see mayors across the state of Florida that are going to take the actions and take actions in response to these numbers because we're we're just not seeing it from our leadership in in

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Training begins for police officers on new body cameras

AM Tampa Bay

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Training begins for police officers on new body cameras

"A week long training program started on Tuesday for St Petersburg police chief Anthony Holloway and several officers on how to use body cameras the camera looks like a cell phone it's worn in a pocket in the front of the uniforms when an officer pulls his weapon or taser the camera begins recording with a predetermined pre roll this is not going to stop all the issues that were having all the also the weren't a body camera so the trust is going to happen right away the community that already trust and believe in us they're already support there is happy that we're going to this four officers including the chief will wear them for the next several weeks after the pilot period chief Holloway will make a recommendation to city council on whether to proceed with that particular camera

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After curfew, Miami Police disperse protesters following vandalism, clashes with officers

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

01:11 min | 11 months ago

After curfew, Miami Police disperse protesters following vandalism, clashes with officers

"The curfew for Miami Dade County is in effect now and that means all who were protesting the George Floyd killing by a cop in Minneapolis need to clear the streets police confronted the large group headed in an area that was off limits this Otis continued across South Florida Miami's downtown streets in portions of interstate three ninety five west bound was affected affected for for quite quite a a while while today today police police say say a a pickup pickup truck truck drove drove through through a a crowd crowd of of protesters protesters in in Tallahassee Tallahassee causing causing people people to to run run screaming screaming as as protests protests across across the the state state erupted erupted in violence St Petersburg mayor and police chief for hoping for a day of peaceful protests but they say they were ready if things turn violent chief Anthony Holloway says to those coming to Saint Pete to protest George Floyd's death peacefully we hear you and want to talk to you but at the same time he says anyone committing an act of violence or destroying property will be taken into custody Merrick Christman says officials welcome a peaceful demonstration do so in a peaceful manner so that your voice truly does get heard and it doesn't get lost in the violence about three hundred showed up in front of the St Pete police department on Saturday Holloway says his officers only had problems with about ten to

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IndyCar to close season at rescheduled St. Petersburg race

Glenn Beck

00:19 sec | 11 months ago

IndyCar to close season at rescheduled St. Petersburg race

"Indy car plants to crown its champion on the streets of St Petersburg this season was supposed to start on the Tampa Bay St March fifteenth what had to be canceled because of the corona virus the season is now set to start on June sixth at Texas motor speedway with the Indianapolis five hundred rescheduled for August twenty third the season finale set for October twenty

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Russia examining safety of ventilator sent to US after 5 killed in fires

Richard Eeds

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Russia examining safety of ventilator sent to US after 5 killed in fires

"Coronavirus hospital treating patients in St Petersburg has experienced a fire in which five patients all of them on ventilators have been killed the weekend on Sunday there was another fire in a hospital in Moscow which after these one person dead and investigators still looking at the reason for that but the hospital incipits back apparently was caused by a malfunctioning ventilator which had been work so hard that it apparently set short circuited Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was also hospitalized today for treatment of

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How Russia Is Trying To Boost Bernie Sanders' Campaign

All Things Considered

03:41 min | 1 year ago

How Russia Is Trying To Boost Bernie Sanders' Campaign

"Last month senator Bernie Sanders acknowledged he'd been briefed by the intelligence community about Russia's efforts to boost his campaign efforts that are unwelcome NPR's Tim mak looks deeper into what Russia's campaign to boost Sanders looks like Russia's campaign includes an ever changing number of targets based on Russian strategic goals including reportedly the reelection of president Donald Trump but its support for Sanders in particular has become an attack line take this example from former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg during a recent presidential debate Vladimir Putin things that Donald Trump is should be president added states and that's why rusher is helping you but you'll have Sanders had this response Hey Mr Putin if I'm president the United States trust me you're not getting into it anymore American elections the Russian government's apparent campaign to aid centers would mostly be hidden behind the anonymity of the internet but there are ways to look to Russia's public messaging to see how they're supporting the senator Clint watts has been monitoring Russian interference as part of his work with the foreign policy research institute he says Russian state backed media was more neutral on Sanders in the fall but has begun to mirror pro Sanders talking points for scene four years ago but what's really come on strong just in the last thirty to forty five days are very similar narratives that we saw in twenty sixteen about Sanders on Russian news agencies RT and Sputnik what's noticed that Sanders received substantially better coverage than his opponents Sanders received a higher percentage of positive coverage two and a half times more than any other democratic candidates surpassing even president Donald Trump by that metric and Sanders received far less negative coverage than his rivals Jessica Brandt who works with the alliance for securing democracy has also examined Russian narratives about Sanders those tend to be that the corporate media and that the democratic establishment the DNC and elites are breaking the system against him and you know endeavoring to deny him a win another way to gauge Russia's support for Sanders is by examining social media accounts linked to their efforts in October Facebook announced it has suspended Instagram accounts with apparent links to the internet research agency a Kremlin linked troll farm based in St Petersburg Facebook share this data with graphic a social media analytics firm which said that four of the suspended accounts had a focus on praising senator Sanders he was the only candidate on the democratic side there was a focus of these fake accounts in some cases these accounts plagiarize memes and content directly from the centers can paint one post read quote millions of people in America want to get an education and Bernie Sanders is their last hope the centers can paint says Russia is trying to do their best to sow discord in the race not elect Bernie Sanders and campaign co chair congressman ro Khanna points out that the senator has been a fervent advocate of solutions to foreign interference senator Sanders has been at the forefront of election security what we need is paper ballots what we need is an investment in our election infrastructure what we needed is smart regulation against disinformation campaigns but Sanders is disavowal of Russia's efforts haven't stopped them we can yeah is the vice president of the national security program at third way a center left think tank that opposes a Sanders candidacy one of the things I think Russia looks at when they see Bernie is that he's someone who's talking about a rigged system he's talking about delete aren't with you with a long election campaign ahead this year the sense among experts is that problems with foreign interference are

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"st petersburg" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Have a collection of very funky ties from stores that I look maybe get the elbow patches elbow catcher due to probably too now that I think about it and three put one on your back a couple on your knees one in the back of your hair many. Yeah I I think the way you dress matters but I also think like so. I had a twenty two year old teacher when I was in high school. And I mean I it was. It's it's inherently weird. I'm sure it was super weird for him but he was really good teacher and I think that link the relationship was kind of inherently different. But there there were also upsides to that right like he understood a little bit more bound like my culture than most of my teachers. Juries did like he was able to relate historical narratives to the present in ways. That like you know. My teachers in their eighties weren't able to so he had a different. He had a a different kind of authority. And I guess the thing that I I would just say to you as as an encouragement to me because he was just even though he he's just a few years older like he seemed so cool. New Everything you know like he knew he knew so much. And so. That's that's where your authority really comes from. Frankly like you know so much more than whatever you're teaching like you know like like I remember one time I was walking around with my very smart young My Best Friend's incredibly smart young child and he said you know Joe Joe. I know more math than you do. And I said no you don't and he said Yeah I do and I said No. It's it's annoying. I don't WanNa do this Coleman and he said I do when I say. Ra Coleman what's the square root of four. And he said to and I said what's three cubed and he was like twenty.

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"st petersburg" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"One day of work. I've never not wanted to make blog. Brothers like my my motivation. Ovation definitely ebbs and flows by. I I know when it's waning. That that's part of the cycle. Yeah Yeah likewise. I've never not never wanted to throw in the towel on like nerd fight area. There have been times. I've wanted to be like youtube. I'm done with with you. What happened to this? And that's I think that's partly nostalgic but like the math kind of looking back at a time when it was different in thinking that it was better when it was just different. Yeah it was bad it was. It's always been banned and and and I think that there's been frustration in in that way with sort of like how I imagined myself as part of a creative community but not as how I imagined myself as part of like a creative cadaver with my brother. There have been times when I've wanted to throw in the towel. And other things of course and and have and we've had a number KNBR things that we've started in really wanted to succeed in the they have failed. And then I try to bring back truth or fail for a fifth time and it still doesn't work and that's okay And so like part of that is the thing isn't working and then sometimes I really. Yeah I do realize that I've signed on for too much and that it's not so much a throwing thing in the towel it's A. What are the things that actually matter? What are the things that are going to enable me to be a functional person and like act and also be happy and so it's can sometimes be easy to take for granted the things you should be prioritizing in your life and that's almost always the people that care about and in the moments when I have wanted to throw in the towel it's it's usually been because I haven't been prioritizing the things that matter more same for me? I think ninety nine percent of your happiness in life is for me is relational and based on the health of the foundational relationships in my life and when I feel like I'm neglecting that I'm right I'm correct to be concerned about that but I want to say something L. Tank. which is that you talked about? How you've brought back the truth or fail? Six six times in its failed six times..

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"st petersburg" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"Crap like Doc. These people are just mistaking that is my aesthetic. And it's important for me to know what it is is and to be able to defend it and like now you're in a great position because you'll be constantly defending your aesthetic because a lot of people disagree with this next question comes from Patrick Patrick and P thirty. Hey guys I was wondering after ten plus years of producing various content was was there a period when it was extremely hard to get through and you consider throwing in the towel. Can you tell us about that moment. Patrick says tell experience for us on stage in front of six hundred people your worst. I mean I consider throwing in the towel last night. There have been a few times for me so part of this question presumes that there wasn't a time when when I threw in the towel and and you just didn't notice and there have been times when I through the tow and you just didn't notice because like I was able to carefully arrange for you not to notice in Twenty fifteen. I was in a really and shape mental health wise and had like three ethically bad months and then three fairly bad months during which I was able to make very little brothers video every every week but like you the whole week was Kinda oriented around that like you know that that.

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"st petersburg" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"st petersburg" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Weekend if you like hanging out with phone personalities pub crawl tonight. St Petersburg culminating. in a stop at the take it easy Mike over on to come in here and. yeah okay. I want to get him to tell because I don't know the itinerary saw to get I want to talk to talked to Oliver about the pub crawl and see if we can get the itinerary yeah when you know would stop this person would stop the glass and a time frame exactly yeah I don't see it in an email anywhere so I need to bring it. I don't even get company emails anymore. the company on followed me. that cycle lot of that going around these days. the one with great. this. higher love. you know higher love. the song that's playing right now I think it's here the intro okay. I do know that the the cal to family foundation brunch is that any vis tomorrow everyone from the bone is going to be there at some point in time there's a massive broadcast going on it's like I think they're calling it a.

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Some FaceApp privacy concerns may be overblown

KQED Radio Show

05:51 min | 1 year ago

Some FaceApp privacy concerns may be overblown

"That's right Judy at first it seemed fine celebrities like lebron James for uploading pictures of themselves using face act to make them appear older a number of other celebrities have joined a comedian and actor Kevin Hart for example and the band the Jonas brothers but then the fun turns to wrinkle causing worry in some quarters that's partially because of the location of the sap headquarters St Petersburg Russia and because the Democratic National Committee warned campaigns not to engage on face at let's clarify what those concerns are in the larger picture around all of this Joseph Jerome is with the center for democracy and technology a non profit that aims to protect the privacy rights of internet users and advocates for stronger legal controls on government surveillance Joseph welcome to this hour thank you for having me so let's talk about those concerns people are wondering where my photos going and how are they being used are those which are the concerns I think that's a good question but I think it's the wrong question this is a perfect privacy sort of storm of what happens when our information and frankly our privacy is protected by it really bad over broad and poorly drafted privacy policies so face up it's been pretty clear you can go to its privacy policy and see what it does with this information it makes products better it shares anonymous information with some people it makes this information available to law enforcement it played it play it basically gives itself broad rights do whatever it wants with this information but that's almost every application we use online these days it's not unique in that way you know I don't think it's unique at all but you said something the other Khalaf people's attention it uses it with law enforcement what does that mean sure well here's the thing all applications all information is subject to lawful access requests for information this is true of of local US American law enforcement I think with a sort of gotten people confused here at least sort of upset is that this is based in Russia and obviously a company that is based in Russia's under Russian jurisdiction which means that that information is available to Russian law enforcement and the the broad access through which Russians one person get information is probably surprising to American consumers okay so there are some concerns about that as we said there in the introduction senator Chuck Schumer expressed some of those concerns today very explicitly take a listen to what he had to say this is breathtaking level of access all too common in murky apps like these that raised very substantial privacy concerns we need more than in the assurances we need the facts angel for our facial data and the data from all of our friends and family contained in our photos to fall into the hands of something like Russian intelligence of the Russian military is really troubling there's obviously heightened concern about how Russian officials use information gained from social media and I and other platforms is that concern the judgment here so I can certainly understand why it by Democrats after the twenty sixteen election are concerned about potential Russian interference and access to information but I think it's very important to distinguish between Russian intelligence trying to hack into emails and consumer application that's based in Russia up so I do think some of that is a little bit overblown what I think is actually really of concern here is is not that this not that your photo when you give to face app is gonna somehow end up on a Billboard in Russia or anything like that but that this information is instead going to be used to basically improve the facial detection analysis and recognition algorithms the fate of face app we've already seen this with other types of full of photo analytics and management tools where we have a a simple app that lets you manage your photos seems pretty innocuous and before you know it all of that in all those photos help power all these algorithms that are great it face detection analysis and so then those tools can be used to provide facial recognition services to employers to law enforcement again but also you know to schools and we've also sort of seen facial analysis being used to detect health conditions so really the genes of the bottle to do a whole lot of really interesting stuff with facial data and so I don't necessarily think individual Democrats need to be worried that that face app is going to be used against a democratic candidate or frankly a democratic politician or error Stafford up with all of this does sort of go into powering facial analytics tools that are really powerful and very hard for average people understand there was some concern around that privacy agreement as you mentioned it's not unusual other apps have similar agreements like that but all people are concerned about what else is the Afghan or is it just the photo I upload without all my other photos about other info on my phone sure so you know again it's a pretty generic privacy policy it reserves the right to grab a whole bunch of technical information device identifiers things that companies often say are anonymous again I I actually don't think face sap is terribly pernicious it's not the exception to the rule if we're concerned about face app we ought to be concerned about all apps and that's sort of part of the larger privacy conversation the privacy advocates like myself been pushing for a long time so in thirty seconds can you tell us if you have advice for folks out there who are concerned about how their information is being use what they're sharing what is that so you know we always are being told to read privacy policies I don't think reading privacy policies is actually gonna help I think what with individuals need to do is reach out to their lawmakers state local federal lawmakers and push for them to put forward privacy protections when it comes to facial data are biometrics the government accountability office has said that there are no federal laws to protect this information so if we really want guard rails and protections for face data let's pass a law in Congress can do that anytime at once just as the Rome of the center for democracy and technology thanks for being thank

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