40 Burst results for "Tonight"
Fresh "Tonight" from GardenLine with Randy Lemmon
"Lake Conroe. I'm Nikki Courtney. It's 9 30 on NewsRadio. 7 40 ktrh Hope you're having a good morning traffic and weather together. Here's Christina Morales. Good morning heads up Construction closest for alternate lanes at 2 19 Northwest Freeway, heading westbound from Gessner to Eldridge Also expect construction blocking the railing of the connector Am to North Bound was sleep. 16 59 Southwest Freeway heading impound between Southwest Avenue and the 6 10 West loop. I'm sure the rounds in the key terrains golf course When those dot com 24 hour traffic center will be clouding, wrapping up the weekend of those mother's day, and there may be an isolated shower thunderstorm popping up, especially during the afternoon. The hype 86 showers and thunderstorms will move in later tonight with a low 74 This breaks.
Sharp Increase in Australian Women Over 40 Having Babies
"Over 40 having babies than ever before. But what does that mean for the health of their pregnancies and their babies? Dr. Alice with Zika is a leading obstetrician. And gynecologist, and she had her first baby at 39 years old Doctor Alice. Welcome to weekends. Thanks, Andrea. Happy to be here. Can you tell me what exactly is a geriatric pregnancy? Yeah, sure. Sorry. Look, that's a TEM Doctors have used in the past when it was less common to say women having the daddy's over the age of 35, but it's It's a very outdated term and quite an offensive term. And certainly I would be very offended if someone had ever said that to me. Sometimes in a bittersweet throughout my training is it is a opposition gynecologist. We've had often heard the term elderly private, referring to someone having their first baby over the age of 35. But geriatric pregnancies is usually it's very outdated. I wouldn't expect people to be hearing that very often anymore. There's still doctor some doctors that used because I think my a friend of mine and probably about two or three years ago. Someone said that to her Go. It's It's terrible, and I really think it's has no place. It comes from the earth. Much more paternalistic medicine. I mean, the term geriatric refers to old people. Now you know you being 35 or 40 having a baby? That's not that's not, you know, old, but yes, it is used to tonight that increase risk on determined Vice Patel. Age is the term that we we recommend you be used today. There are more advanced age pregnancies than ever before. Do you? Do you know
Fresh "Tonight" from WJR Programming
"News. Was in water. Bird construction has the right lane closed north and South found Telegraph Road between Orchard Lake Road and Elizabeth Lake Road and Farmington Hills. Construction is causing more lane closures north and South bound Middle Belt road. Between 13, Mile and West Mabel, also in West Bloomfield. More lane closures on Maple Road between Orchard Lake Road and Middle Bell Road affecting both the east and westbound lanes. I'm Lorenzo, where WJR traffic and weather first We will continue to the afternoon on those mothers. Dane will be cool with a highly reaching 47. This breaks in the clouds later tonight with a low of 36.
"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"Their welfare is the foremost priority and so once children arrived to us our goal is to i ensure that they're feeling safe and stable in the environment their needs are met food clothing. A shower acclamation to the shelter environment and And then we have. A whole team was social workers. Doctors kiss managers that work on connecting and will re uniting them with their family sponsored here in the us and The goal is that while they're there to stay with us a short term and that while they're with us they've been through so much we just want them to be kids again. Do all the work behind the scenes to connect them with oscar. What are you hearing from people in the country of origin for these immigrants as well as asylum seeking children about their parents about the beginnings of family reunification hope that there may be a new day dividing administration. People are also being that he doesn't go through slow as you mentioned at the beginning more than thousand cases of this nature odd place for i mean are bury yumashev and the hope is that people are able to see that kids. Ray know we've been with their families and that form of justice brought about differentiates because not is not as threatening where one-size-fits-all in so we need to be very minded go solutions. That are going to be diverse. Depend visitation vanessa for the children. You work with their mental health. Like it's such a difficult question. I mean it was. What would you would expect. It was a terrifying rate. I typically worked with unaccompanied minors that we're teenagers. Who were already traumatized from the journey from their lives in their in their country of origin. And then we're just compounding trauma when we added this separation there were children who were verbal when they were back with their parents and then after the separation they were no longer speaking Children having panic attacks children crying at the sound or or you know if they had video calls with their parents at the site of their parents oto so the the trauma continues in. It's gonna be with them for the rest of their lives for them and their parents. I was on phone calls as well with parents that had had regretted the decision because they be it now. We're thinking lost their children in some have for for a very long period of time at this point so david continuing with that. How do you do trauma in the kids in your care. So we recognized that. The vanessa said that children are leaving really traumatic situations just to the imagine a family making the business center his here fleeing violence extreme poverty. Stuff that we can't even imagine in terms of the level of violence that takes place and so their journeys also traumatic and so we make sure that our staff that chima social workers and others are trauma informed than trauma trained but because the kids are with us for very short period of time. Perhaps no more than two weeks. Were careful to open up any situation any emotional experience that we can't help close before they're into a longer term placement so to that end we As i said Create an environment where they can just be kids is kinda relaxed feel safe and then But in their placement with family we make sure that we link them with resources that can serve more. Took mental health. Needs sure oscar does the. Us bear responsibility for reparations in these family separations and if so what should they be providing really my opinion yes. No when government bake actions that resulted being hardy deporting many fences bottom because of the damage done to gives harding recovered. I believe we need to take action. In dave responsibility for what we did without i say of money. I'd be a one way in which this can be done is by allowing. The pilots of these kids be able to reconnect with their children by providing them out equate money. Amd's able to settle in the us supported them in the process as well and is amused as recognized that actually reuniting families may not necessarily be dissolution that his best given the fact that in many instances children have been separated for a long time. That for practical purposes other pardons of the question is how you really strike. You know some level of fairness in decision. And as i said before not one-size-fits-all all we need to be open to be created terms of they'd be doing justice to these families and children vanessa. What other actions would you like to see from the biden administration to help these children and their families. And i think oscar de hit the nail on the head rate. It is a case by case what what each child in each family will need. But i mean it in the grand scheme of whether we're looking at solutions. Legal status is one of them finding ways for that immigration process that we already have in in our pockets to us not be as trump to these families. You know every time. Someone has a show of demonstration court that causes anxiety and fear additional trauma. So if we can get rid of some of those traditional immigration roadblocks here's their processes than that's huge in helping the family move forward again and then also looking at the mental health piece so i think legal and mental health has to go hand in hand because they sort of cross into each other's pass and so then finding mental health resources for for the families as a family unit for the individuals parents and the children and then in the long term. Just making sure this never happens again. We can't as a society continued to ever see this happen happen in our in our government again so finding ways with the administration changes that that only separation never happened. Or thanks to davidson ski. Vanessa and oscar chuckle on back with more chicago tonight. Latino voices right after this The.
Fresh "Tonight" from Money Matters with Wes Moss
"Some extra time as you travel over in tomorrow. Out of Stockbridge, Andranik around 95.5 nbsp I'm Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Knits with a lot of supposed accurate and dependable weather forecast Partly cloudy. Breezy today Gus to 25 Miles an hour at times and warm with a high of 83 this afternoon as we head through this evening and overnight tonight some showers and storms move in showers and storms likely on Monday rain chance tomorrow at 70% No 64 high 75, then scattered showers on Tuesday Low 57 75 shoe made the official.
Bo, the Obama's Family Dog, Dies of Cancer
"Has died after a battle with cancer in a statement, the former first family says they'll Miss Bo dearly, but are thankful that he lived such a joyful life. They're asking everyone toe Hug the furry members of their family a little closer tonight and give them belly rubs from us.
Fresh update on "tonight" discussed on Bit Storm
"Also tonight. I'm just trying to make something cogent than we can actually turn into a game. So what's the He's it still an auntie. Yes or are we do. We like pivot on them so it starts with these artists mechanics but like we don't give them the opportunity to make more peons or we do but they look different than and shifts admit hanikos peons from now on. I'm picturing like you told me about mullen military. So i'm kind of patient. The economy like aged tomorrow as oh skeletons to lift up okay. He's where he's at all right. It has elements. It starts off literally. There's just like this going to forest and he doesn't look very strong. Don't like very dangerous but you use the us mechanics. You cut down trees. They do grow back very quickly. You start building up things. He'd build your workshop. And then you start pumping out these mechanical creatures to continue your audience. So there's almost got more. And i think we do the automation stuff but like deals bits factoria like with just these mechanical things doing the doing the work for you. But it's it's the it's the mechanics of just like he's a section of trees to cut down like sending them to cut them down but then because you're cutting the because you're just like slowly destroy more mervyn's forest because once you get enough of them you stopping in cut down. The trees foster grow back and pushing back the frontline of that forest essentially now the forests. He's pissed off because before you like a little pinprick in the side of these forest that just healed immediately gaping void and it needs to do something. So that's when it starts sending it's like it's it's people off the now by people you mean also to magical fairy folk we machine guns saw basically turning the turning the technology against you. We switch that we switched that around..
What to Expect From the Star-Studded 'Vax Live' Fundraiser
"I'm Julie Walker tonight's the night the first major concert since the pandemic began airs on TV and radio with stars like Jennifer Lopez fighters J. Balvin and Eddie Vedder among the big names performing for VAX live it was pre recorded with Jennifer Lopez on stage singing with her vaccinated mom and several thousand fully vaccinated concertgoers a frontline workers Selena Gomez hosted I have family members that are scared of getting the vaccine I'm fully vaccinated and I want to do nothing more than to shine a light on why it's important why people should get it for performer J. Balvin from Columbia were less than four percent of the population is believed activated its personal haha Kobe forties the worst thing you can have you can get off definitely you know I feel like you know I know that the the new the world needs more vaccines excite the concert to reunite the world was put on by global citizens said so far donations have helped them get ten million doses for developing countries I'm Julie Walker
Fresh "Tonight" from The Duncan Duo
"Great shape across. I 75 big delays to report across three or one or us 19. The Skyway Bridge is clear. Tianna flipping his radio W F L A. It'll be warmer and muggy here today, temperatures warm up to near 90 this afternoon. We'll see a mixture of sun and clouds and there's a 20% chance for a few, mainly inland showers or thunderstorms. This evening tonight Lows fault near 73. We stay warm and muggy to start the work week with highs in the upper eighties and low nineties and there's a slim chance for a shower each day on the water today, southeast winds turning south at 10 to 15 knots. From all of us here at the W F l. A studios Happy Mother's Day. I'm Max Venerate meteorologist Amanda Holly. Hello Tampa Bay. Andrew Duncan..
Stars Keep Playoff Hopes Alive With 5–2 Win Over Lightning
"Joe pawelski had two goals and two assists the stars one for the first time in six games five two over the lightning obviously we have to be desperate tonight with a lot of good things early on we got pucks behind for checks you know we we controlled play out where it gave a specific feature the outcome gives the hurricanes are first division title since two thousand six and sets up an all Florida first round matchup between the lighting a Panthers rupee hits added a goal and two assists for Dallas which pulled within two points of national for the final central division playoff berth Blake Coleman and Alex parade belay provided to Tampa Bay goals Curtis McElhinney finished with twenty six saves for the lightning who were six oh one one in their previous seven games I'm Dave Ferrie
Red Sox Come From Behind to Defeat the Tigers
"Swinging. I shot up the middle, takes over second base into center field. Two runs will score. Vasquez crosses the tight Cordero behind him, and it's 12 9 Red Sox got an enormous hit by Verdugo. He continues to come through against lefties. 93 7 f M W E I I The Red Sox outslugged the Tigers 12. Over tonight about Frenchy Cordero came off the bench. Three hits the snapping hold for 25 slump. Raphael Devers drove in three runs and the Red Sox overcame a Detroit late rally that squared the game at seven. The pitch Raya
Bruins Beat Rangers 4-0 for 5th Victory in 6 Games
"The Bruins are within four points of the east leading penguins with two games in hand after Patrice Bergeron scored for the fourth straight game helping Boston down the Rangers for nothing tonight was about us making sure we're playing the way we want to play and everyone coach contributing and and and I thought we did that Jeremy Swain and needed to stop only fifteen shots for his second career shutout Jake DeBrusk Charlie McEvoy Brandon Carlo also scored in the Bruins fifth win in six games Brad Marchand and David great she had two assists apiece for the Bruins who allowed just seven shots over the first two periods Igor Shuster can stop thirty shots in the Rangers fifth loss in a row I'm the ferry
Arsenal Stumble out of Europa League
"How bad we're asking today. They will awful. I forty five minutes was terrible. Done for to make it. He wrote a leak fond. Louis no aggression about that. There was getting around the pitch. It was all really slow and pedestrian. Or i thought they had a decent going in the last ten fifteen minutes of the game but that was just desperation. They were way off eiffel over the two legs. I thought they would have went through. I thought it'd be to pacey l'oreal they will naive in the first leg. You try to be too small to cut up. Because that's playing a false nine tonight. You still awfully took young off with ten minutes to go brought lockers on one or play. The pair william came on had no effect whatsoever that brought eddie and are on on the not minutes for three or four minutes of the game so all in all to the real tell you deserve to go through. Explain this theory semifinal of the aropa league your only chance cancer the champions the and you come out and you in turgid performance. I'm afraid you have to look at the monitor. You know the fact that don't said other than a little florida with ten fifteen minutes to go at the end really in such a big game. I'm sorry we can. We can say that players have to motivate themselves. When they're on the field they have to get gone and this is their responsibility but say before the game the mine you should have been thrown the through every single one of them winding them up maintenance shirley new home important game was making shielding you important. It was to start the game war. Mccan shooting you important was to put pressure on villa. We up none of those things happen to fifteen minutes to go on. Shed mean not that has to be done to tetra coaching stuff. It's not a bad teams shot when you look at the qualities of expensive players arab bamiyan pathway thomas party of course soccer up and coming english attacker a lot of excitement around the him but there was just nothing nothing osmose perspective even a little excited about. Today
Altuve's birthday HR answers boos, Astros top Torres, Yanks
"Jose out to they gave himself a thirty first birthday present by slamming a go ahead three run Homer in the eighth inning of the Astros seven four win over the Yankees Chad green inherited a three two lead starting the eighth inning before putting the first two runners on base out to base blast helped the Astros avoid a three game sweep your Donna Alvarez hit a pair of solo homers off Yankees starter Gerrit Cole and Martino but Otto added a two run blast tonight Yankees infielder Gleyber Torres scored from first base on an infield single but new York's five game winning streak ended I'm the ferry
Urban Meyer Really Believes Tim Tebow Can Help Jacksonville
"Believes Tim Tebow could make the team Give me one thought on Tim Tebow. Why? I mean, I The only reason that this is happening is because every Mars the head coach of the Jacks with Jaguars in urban Meyer was not to the National Football League. Tim Tebow would not be entertaining anything like this, so if he wants have a chance to play a new position. Play for a man that if he could adopt him, Tebow, he would when it comes to urban Meyer, but that's my one thought. Why Tim Tebow? Why?
Mets Fire Chili Davis as Hitting Coach
"Late last night. The mets lose again. They've lost their record. Now is eleven and twelve and they make. I think what most teams would be considered to be some kind of a panic move. They fired their hitting coach. Chili davis they fire their assistant hitting coach This is a month into the season. Twenty three games into the season. And i have so many questions about this and i wish that i could give you the answers to but because it happened late last night because not around the team. I don't have as much information. I will get some more but i gotta tell you. This is absolutely the hallmark of a new owner coming in. I've seen this a hundred times. Where new owner comes in and the results aren't as good as Is what what we're expected. And especially with francisco indoor. They spent all this money. They spent all this capital they trade for the all star shortstop he looks terrible at the plate is swing. Looks completely messed up. You know. last week we heard from their second baseman about how in a game You know the hitters didn't have the you know the information on the pitcher that Played out during the course of the game and then over the weekend jess there was this weird by play among the mets hitters. About this new hitting guy donnie. Stevenson coming in like this fake personality and we were trying to figure out what to do with that information on sunday. Baseball in all of it added up. As i said to tim healy of newsday. Before that game on sunday like a coach is going to get fired. It just had that feel of desperation.
Celebrity Colorist Tracey Cunningham Answers the Question: What is Olaplex?
"Is all plex. What made this so unique in terms of getting color and not damaging your hair. Okay so what makes la- plex unique is. I've been in the hair business for so long and there's never anything new and it. Ola plex created a brand new category. Okay and it's so unbelievable that nobody ever thought of it before The dean crystal went to the most fabulous scientist inventor and said. I need a product to make hair. Okay sorry back up so when you perm your hair. Remember how terms used to be so hot. I mean hello i did. It was not a good look for me. But i definitely turn herm her so hot. I mean so. They didn't want to wear their hair. Curly with would get a perm just for body. Oh i did the spiral and then do you remember it. Was ozzie scrunch spray. And the horrors of words okay. Oh yes i was thinking. I want to bring back the perm but how do i do it because now everybody has highlights. Okay just destroyed the hair if you believe each and perm do not do not work together. You're having a tackle hair note. Highlighted your hair. You are not a candidate for four permit governor. Here we're will melt off. There's just there's just no way around it so dean was like okay. Could you make me a product where it would protect your hair and you could earn their and of highlights and. He said that he could do it. Craig hawker he said you know what. There's something that that i've been thinking about. Since oddly and absence. he was like years old. How to protect the hair had a rebound the hair and he said. Why don't you come back tomorrow. I'll make some tonight in all and you can just come pick it up tomorrow. I mean we're dealing with the greatest minds of this
Trump Brands 2020 Election "The Big Lie," Liz Cheney Hits Back
"The former president today launched a grenade into the battle for control of the republican party. Ever since he lost trump of course has been pushing the big lie that he won this morning. He took that to a new level with this statement quote. The fraudulent presidential election of twenty twenty will be from this day forth known as the big lie. See what he did there. Liz cheney a republican who is a member of the leadership in the house and who is a favourite target of trump posted this shortly after trump said that quote the twenty twenty presidential election was not stolen anyone who claims it was his spreading the big lie turning their back on the rule of law and boy zoning our democratic system hours later trump attack cheney in another statement calling her a quote big shot warmonger and claiming quote. She'll never run in a wyoming election again. Cheney voted to impeach trump. you'll recall after the january six riot and beat back an effort to take away her house. Leadership post that has not stopped her from criticizing trump and nbc. News has indeed confirmed report of comments. She made today during a conference held in thailand georgette quote. We can't embrace the notion. The election is stolen. It's a poison in the bloodstream of our democracy. We can't whitewash what happened on january. Six or perpetuate trump's big lie. It's a threat to democracy. What he did on january. Six is a line that cannot be crossed. Well tonight axios reporting house. Republicans are moving closer to ousting cheney from leadership. She's in the number three position. Currently replacing her with another woman from the house. Ranks washington post writes that those republicans who won't spread the false claim of stolen election. Find themselves increasingly out in the cold.
Do PSG Need a Mbappe Miracle?
"Came this week match the sissies taken on psg on tuesday city favorites to advance given they brought home to one lead going into that match in manchester giuliana ron. How in grade. Don this is the thing. See the be concerned for jian for him by tonight. They were very optimistic through the weekend. Both and bobbie-ann declared martial patino as where we talked about it on the show on sunday and yet today we saw him not struggling to walk. But really you tell. There was something wrong by his car is right. Cough is you was boiling. The fly the plane to come to too much stuff from power this morning and then he didn't train with the rest of the team tonight at the heart was there. He came out late from the from the dressing room on purpose. You went on his own with two of the fitness coaches and some some little bits of running. Didn't take any racecar anything like this but didn't join at all the rest of the squad and that's a big rory. They would make a decision tomorrow probably early afternoon and see how he feels he weapons after the night base a big concern for patino huge concern and i can tell you from their respective. I guy who depends on his speed. He's athleticism fast twitch muscles if he's got a cab that has a strain in it tightness or whatever you wanna call it and however you want to describe it. It's not good. I'm by not good. I mean he's not ready to play. I don't care how they dress this up if indeed this is a strain if indeed there is an injury. They're miracles don't happen player ones. That happens you cannot rely on your leg to do the things that that you're used to doing. And that changes that change of pace which embiid depends on depends on that how explosive that leg is and can you push off and the woman that you push off and a cab. That is not healthy. Then it's gone. See you later. Take care it's over.
Q&A:How Can I Turn Playing Bridge in to my Side Hustle?
"I'm twenty two. But i like playing bridge until my local club had to stop meeting due to pandemic. I was the youngest person by something like forty years. It's time to make playing bridge cool again. Unlike lots of other hobbies including knitting or chess. It hasn't had a proper resurgence yet. But if i have my way it will. How can i increase awareness of how awesome it is as well as turn it into my side hustle where i get paid for it. Thanks and looking forward to hearing your thoughts calvin. What's up man. Thank you so much for the question. I always love it when somebody's doing something a little bit difference or calvin even begins his question by saying i'm twenty two but i like playing bridge like it's a contradiction you know but it kind of is because i don't really know a whole lot about bridge and i'm much older than twenty two. So so what do we do here. I think this is similar to a question. We had about learning showkey also known as japanese. Chess tonight episode. I mentioned that the caller had two issues. Basically you've got the lack of awareness and possibly interest in the topic itself. A lot of younger people don't know much about bridge and we can probably also say they're not that interested in it so it's an evangelism question like how can you evangelize the love of bridge or whatever the topic is and the number two how to profit from it which is monetization. Someone's it's good to kind of separate these bit even though hopefully eventually they'll come together. So what does calvin wines or calvin wants to make bridge cool again. So he has to make it. Interesting somehow has to be able to reach a lot of people. It sounds like an educational mission where he goes and teaches about bridge and proselytizes for it you know on a platform like youtube or twitch most logical approach. There's no guarantee it's gonna work but it seems like that's what would have to happen. And maybe there's a dearth of new media educational resources for bridge. What i mean here by new media like no doubt. There are plenty of books historically anybody who wanted to learn to play bridge one hundred years ago or whenever they did that. You know they would rea- book but does the definitive utilize course for bridge exist or core. Sarah or some other platform or to make it relevant for our listeners. Who are interested in other topics. Is there a definitive course for your topic. You're kind of strange or unusual thing or let's just say less popular thing lesser known thing. Is there a definitive course for it. And perhaps the answer is there's not a demand such thing now so that's why calvin or anyone else in this situation needs to answer the question. Do you think there will be a demand in the future like. Do you think there is an upcoming bridge renaissance and if there is well that can be
'Boxing News' ft. Combat Sports Insider Deon Clubbs (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #13)
"Big terence crawford fan elephant in the room. Is we all want to see the task. Force earl spencer. Who is tasked. Crawford's bob arum aerospace is now heyman so let's pbc de espn top rank two different companies. And they don't talk that. Well bob air hill talk to somebody like eddie hearn's who's matchbox and that's why we're going to have the fury verse. Anthony joshua fight which will be happening soon helping the site but pack. I mean he has won. The belts task cropper. Only has one belt. Its way for our task offer to pillow more emphasis on how necessary that fight is to unify. Forty-seven welterweight division. I think if pack. Yeah winds i mean. Sorry one of the best boxers of all time but if he beats terence crawford somehow he'll solidified himself as how pound. I mean this may weather and then pack. Y'all right there for this generation. Yeah dan i honestly think that terence crawford will not come with the same protests when keith armand fault pack. Y'all was outclass outmatch. I'm saying a right now first clubs bangers clubs bangers on the list i care score for will win this fight In might go the distance. But i think tears crawford will will have pack yao dump by lisa sixth or seventh round. He starts a little later and then he wants he figures you out it's over with in pac l. Might be rabbi. He might be there with calmer. Gregor the wraps might be sectional. They all my internet things about life thing about how much they drink tonight before. Who knows what. I think pat will be going to sleep. Who could slum writer six or sound around that fight and crawford who have to belts. It'll be more if assist as far as him fighting Earl spencer fight really needs to happen for you have just one chance. I don't like all these these all. These belts and safety and buys are fine but we want one undisputed champion and had way divisions got right there startling towards that path with a anti josh will sisa fury and i think the wealth way forty seven trend towards that way hopefully by next year once cry a patio like trash that he has dispose disposable. Jettison get out here. that's to happen by next year. Oh yeah my brother. I completely agree. We got to have that match. We boxing match in our lives and i agree. I believe that terraced coffer will stop mini. Pack y'all i believe many we'll put up a good fight but yeah i don't think he has what it takes. I think he's a little too old to stop. Terence crawford crawford at the ball in booths. Podcasts he's really good. And i really like him and so yeah i think he's gonna stop him and i i hope so. I'm very excited. So we can have him versus like you said errol spence and see that joint in twenty twenty two fo the win- anyways so we have a huge fight coming up either this year next year. The heavyweight division is finally consolidating and we have tyson fury versus anthony joshua which will be the biggest fight in u. k. boxing history. So my friend. Tell me how we feel about the heavyweight division. How well they're doing art. We can't okay. Starts out first of all omar. Would you
In Praise of Bitcoin
"Friend of the show. Ben hunt has been on an intellectual journey with bitcoin over the last year really longer. But he's been especially forced to because we're jerks and we talked to him all the time about it on twitter and so he kind of had to be but he's written a new provocative piece called in praise of bitcoin. And rather than give it a bunch of intro. I'm just going to dive in. Thanks ben for allowing us to read this on. Today's show and i'll be back in a few minutes to discuss in praise of bitcoin. One evening a few weeks ago. I was on a zoom call with a bunch of academic think tank and fed economists for a bitcoin discussion. A lot of names. You'd know if you're familiar with those circles. The most famous one being paul krugman. Who by the way. I found to be charming genuinely open-minded and surprisingly humble about the entire enterprise of academic economics. I had been invited to be on the anti bitcoin side of the discussion but they needed have bothered. Because there was no pro- bitcoin side crumlin lead with a simple question. What's the use case for bitcoin. Not a theoretical thing. But in actual use of bitcoin to solve a problem in the real world which led to an hour. Long extremely earnest and altogether unsatisfying conversation about financial transfers out of venezuela trade settlement and securitisation. On the blockchain and taylor swift's ability to control the scalper resale market for her concert tickets. All of which are real things all of which are interesting things off at your good things but none of which are got twenty busy people on zoom call at eight pm thursday night. None of which are bitcoin now. To be fair there were no old school. Bitcoin maximal is on the call or if they were. They were too intimidated to make an austrian economics. Hard money neo go bug. Bitcoin is the inevitable. Global reserve currency argument in front of paul. Krugman lol finally couldn't take it anymore. Is this really why we got on the phone tonight to talk about a novel. Form of digital rights management talk about payment transfers out of authoritarian third world countries. Are these really are questions about bitcoin. Answer of course. Not what got these academic think tank and govern comments on the phone that night was bitcoin. Trading at fifty thousand the question that everyone truly cared about but a question that everyone danced around for the better part of an hour was this. Is there any there there. In the price of bitcoin
Flying to New Zealand in 2021
"Get i am welcome to episode fifty nine of af on its saturday. The first of may two thousand and twenty one. The trans tasman travel bubble between his trailer. New zealand is now well and truly arcton and thousands of these have already flipped to new zealand. Take advantage of it in this episode. Chatou alan land from netwave travel about the bible. And what you need tonight before travelling. Td's alienated the mainland. Also coming up how you can claim back. The gs on items eve boy in australia before leading the country for example to new zealand through the tourist refund scheme. And what happens to your frequent flier points after you die that and more is on the way but first let's begin as always with a roundup of the latest alien and frequent flyer news from the past fortnight. Firstly qantas says it has now fixed. What appears to have been a widespread problem that so customers with canceled. Classic flight were bookings for multiple passengers only receiving a refund for one passenger in response to questions from sterling. Frequent flyer quanta said that it had identified a temporary issue affecting some moti passenger bookings which has now been fixed but some sterling frequent-flyer members say that they've still experienced this issue in recent weeks. Is that if you have requested a refund for booking with multiple passages over the past few months from quantity might just want to double check that you have received in full. And if you haven't you might want to call qantas to get it rectified. Speaking of refunds if members have also discovered that if you're still waiting for refund of a cash fa or tax component of an award booking from qantas. You can call after eight weeks and the coal santa stop should then be able to process your refund on the spot. But only if you've already been waiting for at least eight weeks. Most destroy state borders have now reopened to travelers from perth and the peo- regions of western australia. After the city's three lockdown ended last. Monday night most states as well as new zealand had removed. Temporary restrictions added on arrivals from perth by the middle of this week and salvage tralee removed its remaining restrictions yesterday afternoon at the time of recording. Victoria is the only state which hasn't yet removed over
"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"Us feel better about our future in terms of his independent ambitious chicago bakery. Where unique people are the icing on the cake. First off tonight news of thirteen-year-old atom politicos fatal shooting chicago. Police left many in the city's latino community struggling to process yet another trauma in what has already been eight difficult. Year and health professionals are warning that watching the police cam video of photos. Death can be particularly damaging to the mental health and emotional health of latino youth joining us to talk about how to support youth in. This time are nestor. Flores director of behavioral health initiatives at pilsen wellness center and james hurlbert director of education at latino youth high school. That's an alternative high school. That's a division of pilsen wellness center and an affiliate campus of youth connection charter school. Nestor we'll start with you. What are you hearing from families. You serve about how they're doing and how their children are reacting to the shooting the spectrum of reactions. I wish i could tell you. There's a certain wine but really it goes from shots. Year swam dividends to. We've seen this before. This is what our communities are usually light so sort of runs the cabins and unfortunately in our clinics. We obviously treat when it when it gets to the sharp art with fear part visit does lead to an increase in symptoms depression. Unfortunately james your school experienced another traumatic loss with the recent shooting. Death of one of your students. Seventeen year old lead. The he menace. And how do you support your student body when this kind of trauma happens so close to home so it's been especially difficult this year normally when we are in the school year and if we face tragedy and unfortunately most years we will have an incident of shooting and deaths in those situations we benefit greatly. From being part of center. We up to therapists that are onsite at our school every day that are able to provide a mental health ursus in crisis care or students. Cps also has a crisis team that will send out an additional therapist that can work with students and faculty because it also hits are very hard to in these situations this year. The most recent tragedy. because we'll remote. It's been very hard to gauge. What services are students need. Weiss a set up a caroline that we made sure that all of our students were aware of so that they were having a problem processing. This event bay did have someone to talk to especially right now with with children being at home nestor. What kind of advice do you have for parents. Who are looking out for their own children. Especially since it's so difficult to not hear about the news or watch the video. It's going to be difficult Just given media these days to to be able to shield them from exposure to this so we really do recommend having on his conversations about it. It's not so much that you could avoid watching it. It's more like bring bringing up the subject. I'm not talking about it. A and then answering as many questions as as the parent possibly answer but also being able to stay. I don't know like. I don't have answers to to the complexity of this esther especially with this particular case. Sometimes parents get involved in victim blaming. How how can you. What advice do you have for parents to not fall into that trap from the perspective of psychology of of therapy. It's it's we understand why someone would do that so he certainly don't john your shame anyone who's in this case like you as a victim blaming But once that's heard we started sort of psycho education process and that would be. How does that actually serve your child or or anyone. Who's off on this subject. Does it serve them to to blame the victim and it doesn't. Is it what what ends up doing. It's it's invalidating a whole community. Validating a hole in the corporate. You're talking to you about this earth. All young people back to you. James to you think. What do you think about your students perceive. How do they process police. Violence differently than other types of islands. They might encounter so it's on a spectrum are students. When i started teaching a few of my colleagues discussed with me know. How was it working at an option school. They you know. A few of them mentioned yet have a lot of post traumatic stress and i. I agreed with them. Dish is not post traumatic. It's permanent. Our students are under a lot of stress all the time which Their ability to form lease brutality. Unfortunately in chicago this is something has a long history and our communities have lost trust with the police and this feeds into the cycle of violence. I feel bad it's become normalized for a lot of our students. And i know one of the things that we try to do here at schools talking explained. This is normal. It might unfortunately be normal in. This particular situation has particular time. But it's something that you should not have to experience something. Bad is a tragedy that and it is something that we can work together with to address and that's one of the things with the movements that started after george floyd done in june. I was very proud of a lot of our students when they were participating in the marches in tilson a little village with the black brown alliance that there were people who are trying to really come in and separate us but this is something that is affecting us and they need to realize it. And i think a number of our students are really starting to be processed that. There's a lot of emotions that we went through last summer as well with with the protest and and just community building and Nester i want to go to you. What support or what resources would you recommend to a family. Who's worried about their students emotional wellbeing their child's emotional wellbeing as a practicing therapist. Running these clinics might go to thing is to get constant a hundred percent and not to wait until being Get get severe because we try to educate the community and until hardaway gender violence or symptoms of depression anxiety of a stress reaction and so If they see any any any symptoms any changes in behavior any acting. Our lives definitely a counseling. I think is special as an additional support tune to the young people to the families to the community. And i agree with james. We definitely one of a huge issue of normalizes and easily the families in Normalize it as well not seeing services and support so definitely constantly. Think he's right up there and ask for help when you need it right right. Well thanks so much. Ns afloat is and james hurlbert. Thank you so much. Welcome up next debate over rent control. Stay with us pool.
The Host: The Story of Late Night TV
"Night feed island. When i was really young. I began by listening to late night. Shows from bedroom down the hole in my house in brooklyn. My dad would be up late watching and laughing. I can still hear that laughter. Dad was a big fan of steve allen. Who started the whole thing on. Nbc's tonight show in the nineteen fifties. Steve allen has had a huge influence on all the late night hosts who followed especially with the wild stunts used to try like diving into a tub jello. Continued doing stuff like that david. Letterman once famously jumped against a wall wearing a velcro suit. Dad got a lot of laughs. Out of things like alan covering himself in teabags and jumping into a pool then he got a different kind of laugh from the next tonight host. Jack parr who conversation and wit in hollywood one day. You're putting your footprints in cement. The next day nixing it and then came the king. When i was very very young might first memories are watching johnny carson. That's the voice of one of tv's latest and freshest late night hosts amber ruffin and him. Having the coolest delivery i've ever seen a year in which america spent two hundred billion dollars on defense and that was just for condoms that coolness unmatched
"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"Results. You were very active and influential. Indie abolishing cash bail portion of the safety. Act that you just referenced. The criminal justice reform bill that the governor signed last month. Why was that a particular. Why was that an important issue for you. I think it's clear usually money to make decisions about who should be in jail and who should be not be in. Jail create all types of really bad consequences for communities. Whether we're talking about the dollars they're pulled out of the communities that could barely avoided mainly paid by black women mothers sisters friends and family or it's the over incarceration we see through all the reliance on the use of cash bonn which has a big wool. We're talking about our problems. Further along the line mass incarceration waffle conditions. I'm proud to be a part of that. Moving quite frankly. It's something that folks have been working on for quite a long time because the current system just as failed to keep us safe. The curses failed to produce just results. And how do you view the relationship between the public defender and cook county. State's attorney we'll listen. It's an adversarial position in the courtroom. Would that said. I think attorney. Fox's doug and the exit now. I think a excellent job when it comes to policy decisions when you're talking about the public you talking about the dirty clearly given the walls we won't get along but i'm incredibly excited to work with somebody who has been a champion for progressive change attorney fox's car Advocating for the end of money bond. She's worked hard on legalizing cannabis again. They'll be times where we won't get you know when we will have some back and forth and because of the things that happened in the courtroom. But i respect attorney fox. I know this a champion for change and i'm just a fan and sharon. I apologize we've got about thirty seconds. Left cova cases in the cook county jail had been relatively low as of late compared to the spikes we saw last year. How do you plan on working with sheriff. Tom dart to maintain that low infection rate. We'll we'll talk about who will talk with church hopefully able to person. I think the key though is that we don't need to have a whole bunch of people in jail. That the way we the way the gills up the wake up is we have too many people in jail. You're going to have problems so we'd be thinking deeply about how people get into jail. People get out of jail and that's going to be one of my main concerns work cut out for you Sharon mitchell best of luck. Thanks for joining us so much and we're back with more chicago tonight. Black voices right after this. The.
"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"And what if bob fosse. Who's from the north side of chicago and gm from the south side of chicago. Met a wild time in new orleans. Post world war two more orleans and there's lots of great facts in the book like fosse was a chow star. Wgn joepat very famous director was station chief when he was in the navy. That's how they met. And my book. I imagine him on. Leave new orleans and gm who had a hard time with billy eckstein ban at the time of were stranded in new orleans. I just put it together my imagination rest fun facts in that first chapter. I noticed you mentioned my hometown of mississippi vicksburg but that's a story for another time Your second to stories though Round midnight with the ku klux klan in the sidewinder those both involve baseball Give us quick quick sketches. Those stories are about the clans about a guy who in his mid forties would been bullied as a kid by his sadistic father. Who made sure he is a feminine kid. One thing at a baseball and he became a baseball hero at college. A nice gig and ended up in new york city on at a conference for weekend where he heard the loneliest monk and changed his life he that seduced not only by jazz but he lost his virginity and went back home and got in trouble with the client. Okay and i think. I think that doesn't give away much much and thirty seconds for the sidewinder take a love. Letter to philadelphia phillies as a as a struggling cup fan. I related to the nineteen sixty four phillies and i mixed everything that happened. In sixty four with what happened to the philadelphia phillies including their meeting on one night. Miami i- i touch on that in this story the sideline. Wow all right. we're not going to give it all the way. They gotta read the book if they want to know. What's right. Fence brand absolutely thanks. Mark ruffin for joining us again. The book is called bebop fairytales and historical fiction trilogy on jazz intolerance and and that's our show for the sunday night and parachutes in me this week at seven on chicago tonight several thousand. Cps students step back into their classrooms for the first time in nearly a year. there's students in the classrooms. Now and the frigid waters become a daily swimming pool for one chicagoan and on a programming. Note chicago tonight. Black voices is off for the next two weeks but we hope to see you right back here on march twenty first now all of chicago tonight. Black voices i'm brandis friedman. Thank.
"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"One other way got leave. Hospital provides comfort to patients a program to give out plush handmade blankets that patients and their families can keep or hey says he thinks of each not on the blanket as a prayer from cuba to the dominican republic to right here in chicago. Millions of afra latinos speak their culture in their language and where their african heritage on their bodies especially in their hair texture in tonight's low ultimate palabra black latino on genego. Von rodriguez reflects on how becoming a mother inspired new appreciation for the gifts of her african ancestry. Hello my name is. Angie gotta von rodriguez an educator than we need gonna in after latina and this is my story being enough after latina is i always call it. This beautiful complex experience beautiful in the sense because it is an honor to know that my ancestors had such an amazing impact on the fabric with call me that i tasted in by afro-caribbean food. I feel it when i hear the music that brings rhythm into my soul. I see it and my beautiful black skin my black features and my big hair or my crown however is as always this idea in the stands between being to latina to be african-american but also will be until black to be latina. I was born in dominica public. But i was raised in puerto rico and even at five years old i was you know made fun of because i had no my lord because i was negative. I was too dark. And when i came to chicago in the nineteen ninety s. Nobody knew what dominican. Okay so people will ask. What are you there. Were always confused. You know spanish or blacks trying to figure out how to manage their for community a community that often excluded you because they didn't know where to put you really at i felt like does draining experience. It was exhausting as a child. But i grew up in a beauty shop. My mom's a here silas. I've always the stories that the women used to share at the beauty shop and i started realizing that as they share their stories they build community when it become mother. I really had this intention. -ality about how do i explore sharing my experience. My children and that it happened overnight. A really happened when my daughter came home one day and she shared how kids ask school. Were making fun of her because she had big hair in. She just was different. And that's when. I realized i have to be more intentional. And that's when i explore that experience. How do i do this. In one of the ways that i did was to go natural so is that have straightening my hair right side. I'm going to go natural and started a blog to share my natural her journey. It ended up being a window to be able to connect with others in the african diaspora and an exploration about really grounding myself and my negative impression of being black latino and it wasn't just about here. I was about six exploration in accepting myself. Naturally in deeming my african features as this beautiful gift that my ancestors left behind i under legacy. We couldn't quite fit as much of engineers story on tonight's show as we would have liked so if you enjoyed hearing from engineer as much as we did good news we've got a longer version of her story on our website where you can watch more and aren't lulled palabras.
"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"What are we gonna do and if you happen to spot the waitress with a bunny tail. Who served carol her. Drink than your as edu. I'd as local architecture critic lee bay who pointed it out as evidence that the long lost interview was shot at the lake. Geneva playboy club and if you missed it you can watch it again along with the rest of diane carol's interview on our website. For many people. The events of the last four years have felt like the result of a failure by the west to act upon the lessons of its past during the civil rights era writer. James baldwin bore witness to america's second great racial reckoning in his work this week black voices book. Club selection revisits baldwin's words as the nation once again grapples with its racial conscience. The book is called. Begin again. james baldwin's america and it's urgent lessons for our own joining us. Now is the author. Dr eddie gloss. Junior he's also princeton university professor and contributor for msnbc tonight black voices. dr god. I'm excited to be here. We're excited to have you absolutely so when this book was released it was actually last summer. June twenty twenty we were. The nation was in the throes of a racial uprising. Now we are a month into a new presidential administration and six weeks removed from that insurrection. January sixth are. We is the country as you end as james baldwin. Are we beginning again. I'm not sure not sure at all. I mean in some ways we have to read what happened on january six as an extension of that racial record you know. The racial reckoning isn't just about police killing us it's also about the ways in which whiteness continues to animate the distribution of advantage and disadvantage in this country and january. Six was really about a mostly white sacking the capital in the name of white grievance and white resentment and patriots and. I hope that we don't trade one fantasy for another the fantasy of trumpism for the fantasy of you know the biden harris administration of arming america's inherent goodness and putting the republic. Back to sleep. We still have a lot of work. What do you think. Baldwin's writing has undergone. This resurgence that we've seen recently. I think he's the most prescient writer about american democracy and race that we've never produced and in so many ways. He was ahead of his time right. He's kind of misfit. Kind of forcing us to think about the problems from different angles. And we're in this moment where it seems as if What he spied on the horizon in in those early days have come to fruition. So folks are reaching ward. Because i think the offers the most insightful insightful commentary on on the contradiction at the heart of american democracy right eat he kept track of the serpent that always threatens to swallow whole large experiment now here. Wtt w we have a little bit of our own james baldwin. Here's a clip from an interview that he did with our own john way back in one thousand nine hundred eighty five speaking as a writer again. Sometimes you reading a page ascendance and you have to change a word in the sentence now when you change that word would that were out of another word in your changing time. Page you change hype age now. One could consider that what we as americans are going through the end of twentieth century. It might be useful to change a single word. We talk about the black problem. It might be interesting to see what would happen to the page. One decided to discuss the white problem. Dr glide. you argue that. The country is founded on a lie and that lie is that the black man is not a man thus the country then forgives itself for the treatment that it inflicts on black people for so many years and as baldwin just said that we framed this as a black problem versus being a white problem. Then the question is how do you convince someone of the truth. When as you say what. They've been seeing a lie for so long. Well i mean in some ways the fact that the country's broken occasions a possibility for us to to kind of confront the ugliness of of who we are. And what we've done at the heart of baldwin's corpuz is this radical inversion that the problem is it never it never has been and so when we begin to understand that it hasn't been us that baldwin would say i've not the word the question is why did you need the n. Word in the first place and that that inversion shis shifts the burden of analysis in a moment of crisis we have an opportunity. Now in doesn't guarantee that that people will listen. It doesn't guarantee that people will be we'll find the most compelling but it certainly orients. Those of us were trying to build the new jerusalem differently using it will orient us differently as we tried to build solidarity's to give you know to to to help bring new american to being as we shift i love that formulation as we change the word you know that's wonderfully put of course it is and you know you're talking about this book. I know that you referred james baldwin. The rest of us call him james baldwin because he's james baldwin. You call him johnny. Why do you mean you know. I've been walking with baldwin's war. You know jimmy for thirty three years. And it's intimate kind of relationship for mean teaching me how to be how to manage my rage to confront my own vulnerabilities Urging me as. I was trying to to not imitate him but to to trust my own voice to understand what it means to be a witness so.
"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"Environmental community. What's your response. My response is this. If you need a permit from the illinois environmental protection agency you are polluting industry. It's as simple as that. That's why you need a permit. Because you will be emitting something into the air the water or the ground the parent company for the new south side. Recycling facility declined an invitation for an interview this week but in our m. spokesman was on chicago tonight earlier this month. He said extra steps have been taken to control. Pollution control system filter. A thermal oxidizer burns off volatile organic compounds Explosives prevention devices and wet scrubber that removes a harmful particulate matter and volatile organic compounds from its emissions. Amanda also spoke with tenth ward alderman. Susan's laskey garza. this week. Her ward includes south during sedloski. Garza is named in a federal complaint related to the southeast side facility which says residents civil rights were violated when the city decided to allow our. Mg to move to the southeast side. Amanda began by asking laskey garza about her thoughts on the hunger strike. I'm humbled by by what these folks are doing and people have to understand that this action was generated because people felt like they're not being heard right and no one should have to starve to be heard their bring. They brought more attention to the issue which which they're succeeding in what they're doing. So i i'm humbled by their movement but it's hard for me because i had a great relationship with the environmental justice community and There's a federal loss. There's a lawsuit. There is a hud complaint. Which i'm named in it so now i have. I can't talk about any of this. Which is it's very hard for me. It's very hard for me. It's a bad situation to be in. Were you told her. Can you elaborate on. Why you were included in compl-. I don't have any idea why was named. And i'm actually to discriminate against people when i've spent my whole life on the right side. China fight for working class families in the neighborhood. Literally my whole life and You know yeah. It's i think it's wrong. And it's put a huge wedge between me and the environmental justice community and it's unjustified is that going to hinder their efforts in the long run to prevent this metal scrapping facility from coming. Well here's one thing you have to know. The metal a. r. m. g. has been my word for twenty nine years so it's not moving from anywhere it's been here you know but what people have to understand to folks that live here are are are very frustrated with the cumulative effect of all getting you know. We're not getting beautiful skyscrapers or things like that. We're getting we're getting industry and there has to be jobs because if you're not if you're not putting food on your table your not going to care about anything but we have to have cleaned jobs and jobs that don't make people sick another question about the facility here. Of course awaiting permiting from the city even as there is a federal investigation to the state permitting. What is your thought on that and do you. What do you have to remark about in terms of the department of justice's role in this well. I can't really comment on any of that. I alderman do not issue permits. I do not have the ability to issue or deny anything that is not the role. I play If somebody any business that comes to the tenth ward Files for a permit and if they follow the letter of the law and the rules than they'll get their permit or you could turn around and sue the city for discrimination or whatever so it's a hard line you know what i mean. In the lightfoot administration is asking the environmental protection agency for guidance on the permit. There's more of this story on our website. Beloved white sox outfielder minnie. Minoso became the first afro latino to play major league baseball in nineteen. Fifty one in tonight's throwback from nineteen ninety five's remembering chicago sox fans cuban comet himself reflect on his time as a comiskey park favorite in how his fleet feet inspired peppy theme for the south siders over the fresh blood who play the city and i was the first black play over there.
"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"How does that Affect getting the vaccine out as quickly as you say as needed. So i think in most of the public health responses that was part of the chicago department of public health large national efforts were best when they were coordinated at the federal state and local levels. We know that state and local governments are really playing critical roles but it also requires federal oversight to provide that kind of coordination to make sure that the states and moguls of need more vaccine. Get the vaccine. Those who are who need help and other ways technical assistance or manpower that they get those resources while so it's this federal state and local coordination. That's really essential. But i'm seeing play out with. The current administration is that there is more of that coordination. that's happening. Federal government is stepping in to provide a digital resources to pharmacies. They're also providing additional services to community health centers so this coordination is starting to happen. And i think we'll see improved distribution of vaccine as a result in dr. Maria got about thirty seconds left. But what do you say to the idea that it shouldn't matter who is getting the vaccine. So long as people are getting the vaccine. Doesn't that mean more. People are getting vaccinated and starting to lower our rates. I don't think it's an either or we can definitely administer vaccines quickly do it. Equitably and now that resources are flowing from the federal government it can actually happen quickly as well as equitably. That's what's really important. Dr julia morita. Thank you for joining us. It was good to see you again. All the best picture back with more chicago tonight. Latino voices right after this. Television is brighter and more lifelike than ever today. So it's easy to forget that those screens used to be tiny grey grainy and an absolute marvel of technology for their time a little known chicago. One of puerto rican heritage was a pioneer in that early technology. Here's some of his story. Ooh a new business incubator. Launching humboldt park is focused on developing neighborhoods economy while retaining. Its puerto rican culture chicago tonight. Producer quinn myers joins us now with more on the makoto del pueblo quinn. That's right brandon. So chicago's puerto rican community has long been centered in humboldt park but in recent years as high rents and luxury developments have encroached on the neighborhood's borders fears of gentrification and displacement have grown and in some cases become reality so now as a new public market in the community opens. They are hoping to help change. That is taken in here. Squashed for the last few years. Luis colosio has been handcrafting. He burrito presses these wooden contraptions designed to flatten plantations for he burritos a puerto rican sandwich invented here in chicago. Nobody really had something to make a wish. We all had to go out or they break a bunch of plates. China may go but you blocks or something. Eventually my wife asked me to make maker something koya. So is now one of more than a dozen small businesses operating out of a new space called mercado del pueblo on peseos equa- or division street in humble park. The initiative is being organized by the puerto rican cultural center or prc seat which is providing free rent to vendors and artists.
"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"Doing restarted took. They're opening bell. Posted option restarting the shape. Tell close catching oh. We're going to restart close captioning where restarting the show chicago tonight. Latino voices is made possible in part by cibc. Good evening to chicago tonight. Latino voices i'm gonna go by. Www news director and your host. Thank you for sharing part of your weekend with us now on the show tonight. it's not just. Their health is at risk. We talk with journalists about the devastating financial impact of the covid nineteen pandemic in latino communities including the hospitality industry a sector that employs many latino women. Two of them share their concerns with us about getting their old jobs back. Environmental impacts and inequitable distribution a look. At why some chicagoans are fighting large distribution centers cleaning and this back history month. We look to the queen and of salsa to give us a little asuka first.
"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"The on the hundred days to because hundred days doesn't really mean nothing doesn't mean anything to anyone Accept politicians mayors governors presidents do it. I'm glad that he did something. And this the actions of federal buildings as well as interstate transportation. I think those are going to be extremely hopeful in spreading stopping the spread of cova. Rato hinton what do you make of the executive orders that have been signed and the actions. He's taken so far. I think this is the first step toward achieving those campaign bulls. I think this is a show to black and brown communities that. Hey you know this. But i campaigned on. I am a person of my word. And i'm going to try to fill these things i think it's also are a show that were taking the pandemic serious. They were growing to try to ramp up. Vaccine a distribution with one tied to begin mitigating. The effectiveness public health apprentices receiving Is rising that he's trying to do as much as you can. In in measured ways immediately on but i think the will still need to congress. stuck in needs to be some largest nation to begin to help. People have been really hurt by this hangar and rachel this week you know we also saw the return of the daily press briefing in the white house something that the previous administration had stopped doing later on in the game. How do you think this administration will work with the press going forward. It'll be a very different relationship. I watched the first Press briefing there was run. Shero are dr fauci came up. He was able to speak wasn't hiding somewhere. I believe the dole at the precipice of the president's supposed to go public officials accountable. Switching therapy be tense moments that listenership. But i don't think there and we'll see this press secretary. Call the press. The enemy of the people I hope that this press secretary isn't Is and i looked at going forward me go back to a more normal relationship between the the press in the press secretary they have to. Will these people accountable. It's nothing personal. Let us do our jobs absolutely this year. Yeah so before you guys go because we've got about thirty seconds. Gotta talk about the fashion. No ballgowns this year but of course there. There were some coats that were working. Pretty hard in dc including the choice of purple for the vice president in burgundy for former first lady. Michelle obama brandon. What do you think about these gestures. New good signaling is also good as well. Okay herbal we. All know represent women suffrage and that the progress limited name also the fight going forward also remember represents red and blue together and that by artists at the biden administration to achieve. So i enjoyed it. I love good. Looks be the most fashionable. But hey if you grew the fashion on there. Yeah we'll work in a segment about fashioned politics next time. All right brandon pope. Glenn rita's in rachel hinton. Thanks for joining us and up next the first edition of our new black voices book club with the great granddaughter of a notable chicago activist. Stick around as you might imagine here at black voices. We are very excited to celebrate black history month in february so excited that we're going to start the celebration in january tonight is the first installment of black voices book club where we highlight books that illustrate and illuminate not only black history. But the black experience and we're kicking it off with a book about a black woman whose legend looms large in chicago journalist publisher and access pte ida. B wells is known for standing up for what she believed in despite the risks of retribution whether it was refusing to leave segregated train car or boldly investigating and publicizing lynchings in the south wells. Put herself in. Harm's way to enact change author. Michelle duster has written a new biography. On the trail-blazing journalists journalists and activists called ida be the queen the extraordinary life and legacy of ida b wells and duster has an intimate relationship with her subject. she's wells great granddaughter. Joining us is the author michelle duster and michelle. Thank you so much for joining us on chicago tonight. Black voices so i. Why did you want to write this book about your great grandmother. Hybrid has thank you so much for having me never just honored that my book is the first one in the series such an honor I decided to write to be the queen this time. Because i think it's important onto introduce Grandmother's life and legacy to a new generations. that can help to help them understand the difference between well the actual visited similarities between the past and present in i. I tried to tie the work that my grandma To today hopefully it fixed. Sexualizes on house modernized her story. And you say you know. Introduce her to a new audience. It seems like a very accessible book. Who is this book for. Think workers for anybody who's interested in history. Anybody who's interested in story of black america. Anybody who's interested in women's empowerment So there are a lot of people that i think enjoying books. Even though you're great granddaughter you learned a lot about her yourself in the process of researching and writing this book. Tell us a little bit about that. Part of your journey right well. I grew up hearing bits and pieces of my ground story. I think the way most people hear about their family members. You know just kind of sprinkled in conversation But as far as the the gaps of the danger that she don't with and the the sense of loss Doubts of the loss that she experienced Now on those technical details until i started doing more research reading through her diary in reading some of the chronicles of the machines she wrote several pamphlets that chronicled documents excruciating detail about mentioning in. That was not on information was necessary. Talbot child you right about several touchstone events that served as sort of a catalyst for her career and her activism like the murder and lynching of thomas moss and his business partners will stewart and calvin mcdowell and that was in memphis in eighteen ninety. Two what do you think it was. That drove her pursuit for justice. Well i mean. I can. I gather that got a sense of what was right and wrong. And what the possibilities are for freely freely enslaved african americans so she was born in the middle of this Civil war so she came of age during reconstruction with parents who were progressive and civically and politically engaged. And so i think she had a strong sense of civility and once they're starting to be pushed back in backlash against black progress. I think she just felt his sensitive nation on of what this country was versus what it could be and i think he was harsono for her personal loss. Because she had monster herons in thomas mawson particular was a really good friend of hers. So i think sometimes when things are personal than its drives you a little bit more to do something and you know of work on advocacy to to make some kind of changes and we know that fought for women's suffrage but she wasn't afraid to call out the unequal treatment from even within the movement for example attempts to placate the southern suffragettes by asking black women to march towards the back of a protest. But of course. We know that. I to be wells. She did make her way to the front of that march..
"tonight" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"Above white dot is diptych difference in our program or that we have enabled to change the dynamics where wise words committed more now. he's buying have the highest meeting. The nation we wide asians suck a little bit more about donations. I'm a donor. My wife is a liver transplant recipient. She actually got the operation at public in the in colombia where she's from a twenty year saudi from nineteen eighty. Eight to two thousand and eight found hispanic. Americans are less likely to donate their organs compared to other groups. Can you tell us a little bit about that disparity right then. There's still things that we need to make. Sure nobody's like you can donate organs after the or you can do away your online then. This this is the nation. Maybe time he is spanish. Don wanted an oregon's because they believe that if they donated organs when they died you know they signed for somebody. Licensed dry the driver's license if they signed him to become a donor to take care of them when they're a right to the that is not true always position argo to take care of the patient. They're going to say they live. That's the i mean about sees the nation. everybody's to be saved. He came to see by the somebody die. God knows the organs here on earth. Now you know that beijing these teams donation for me. The nation many time people are thinking. If they don't at argon they're going to be able to. How baby that is not true. Or they're to have sexual performance nation. That is not true or they're going to be able to work exercise of they have to take medication for everett. None of this doctrine one last question time we have left one of the conversations. My wife and i are having is about the vaccination for kobe. Nineteen she is a shortlist in comparison to person like myself in regards to getting immunization people who are who are organ recipients any advice in regards to when they should be getting the vaccine right they have high priority or they're in higher tier to get up acce- they shared was because this is a live boxing and then this is three people to receiver and they have a big benefit rescinded Dana received donald decrease the chazal developing read. And if they're going to have a lesson year forms than and he's seen more than ninety five percent efficacy compared to snowed ideas. Unders oriented seeking percent bands year. Then this is a very. It's a great seat. Should be encouraged to receive relaxing. Dr quan carlos. Thank you so much for your time for your insights very much for having and back with more chicago tonight. Latino voices but first branch friedman with. What's on.
"tonight" Discussed on PTI
"PAPI's walk <Speech_Male> off. Reggie's <SpeakerChange> three in <Speech_Male> one game. What maybe <Speech_Male> right outside <Speech_Male> the top ten Kirby <Speech_Music_Male> Puckett in ninety <Speech_Music_Male> one game six, <Speech_Music_Male> against Charlie <Speech_Music_Male> Lebron force a game seven <Speech_Music_Male> Minnesota. One <Speech_Music_Male> by the way I was <Speech_Music_Male> at the Joe Carter Game, <Speech_Music_Male> my assignment <Speech_Music_Male> afterwards, Mitch <Speech_Music_Male> Williams I <Speech_Music_Male> did a story on. <Speech_Music_Male> So I did a story on the <Speech_Music_Male> leading switcher. <Speech_Music_Male> He was <Speech_Music_Male> told his credit he was <Speech_Music_Male> actually very good after the <Speech_Music_Male> game that <SpeakerChange> was a brutal <Speech_Music_Male> to be in. <Speech_Music_Male> Really <Speech_Music_Male> good for him. <Speech_Music_Male> Happy trails <Speech_Music_Male> to any postponed <Speech_Music_Male> game in the big <Speech_Music_Male> ten <Speech_Music_Male> the big ten announced the <Speech_Music_Male> corona virus policy <Speech_Music_Male> that will not accommodate <Speech_Music_Male> postponing <Speech_Music_Male> and rescheduling. <Speech_Music_Male> Again, if <Speech_Music_Male> positively rates <Speech_Music_Male> within the team, make it <Speech_Music_Male> impossible to play <Speech_Male> that game, the <Speech_Music_Male> game will be declared <Speech_Music_Male> a no contest. <Speech_Music_Male> The big ten is <Speech_Music_Male> budgeted for eight <Speech_Music_Male> games per school <Speech_Music_Male> because they're late start <Speech_Male> plus the ninth <Speech_Male> game in big ten <Speech_Male> champions, we can <Speech_Music_Male> mid December. <Speech_Music_Male> The big ten says now <Speech_Music_Male> that in order <Speech_Music_Male> to compete in the big <Speech_Music_Male> ten championship game <Speech_Music_Male> and maybe be eligible <Speech_Music_Male> for the national <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> playoffs, <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> a team must play six <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> games I emphasize <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> the <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> big ten says now, <Speech_Music_Male> because we've seen <Speech_Music_Male> the big ten reversed <Speech_Music_Male> itself on playing <Speech_Music_Male> football altogether <Speech_Music_Male> they <Speech_Music_Male> pompously. Talked <Speech_Music_Male> about science and safety, <Speech_Male> but they're going <Speech_Male> to open the season tonight <Speech_Music_Male> with Illinois <Speech_Music_Male> in Wisconsin <Speech_Music_Male> despite the fact <Speech_Music_Male> that the mid West is <Speech_Music_Male> under siege by <Speech_Music_Male> the virus right now, <Speech_Music_Male> the big ten changes, <Speech_Music_Male> its rules <Speech_Music_Male> when it wants. <Speech_Music_Male> So don't be surprised <Speech_Music_Male> if Ohio state <Speech_Music_Male> just five an hour <Speech_Music_Male> and can't get to the <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> big ten minimum of six <Speech_Music_Male> games if the big <Speech_Music_Male> ten Ashaji's <Speech_Male> the minimum <Speech_Male> to five games <Speech_Music_Male> to get <SpeakerChange> state <Speech_Music_Male> into the playoffs <Speech_Music_Male> I think we'll probably <Speech_Male> thinking wait six <Speech_Male> games maybe northwestern <Speech_Male> get into the final <Speech_Male> four. Don't you think <Speech_Male> somehow some <Speech_Male> way three <Speech_Male> of the teams are going to be Clemson <Speech_Male> Alabama <Speech_Male> and Ohio <Speech_Male> state it always seems like <Speech_Male> everyone else is fighting <Silence> for that <SpeakerChange> one spot. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> If Ohio state <Speech_Male> is good, they ought <Speech_Male> to be in geographic <Speech_Male> disparities <Speech_Male> very good things. <Speech_Male> A big ten is a wonderful <Speech_Male> conference did <Speech_Male> just a little bit on the <Speech_Male> morally <Speech_Male> hidebound <Speech_Male> side one omission <Speech_Male> both Emmanuel Sanders <Speech_Male> and Michael Thomas <Speech_Male> have been <Speech_Male> ruled out for the Saints <Speech_Male> Game Against the Panthers <Speech_Male> Michael <Speech_Male> Talk that's a big deal as <Speech_Male> the. Time <Speech_Male> his <SpeakerChange> played in a <Silence> while. Yeah. <Speech_Male> Let's <Speech_Music_Male> gold is a big finish. <Speech_Music_Male> The holiday <Speech_Male> bowl was canceled. <Speech_Male> Is that a big <Speech_Music_Male> deal? I think it's <Speech_Music_Male> going to be one of many <Speech_Music_Male> by the way the fenway <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> I know one of your favorite <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> games that's canceled <Speech_Music_Male> as well Leon <Speech_Music_Male> Belt. <Speech_Music_Male> Chiefs debut on <Speech_Music_Male> Sunday the Broncos <Speech_Music_Male> are you expecting <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> big production? <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> It's not <Speech_Music_Male> that I don't think that he <Speech_Male>
"tonight" Discussed on PTI
"Makes sense to start without depending on attendance because we are not good at projections and a lot of what happens in the next week or two might decide how protocols affect whether we get back to. Brian December twenty two for the NBA restart. Okay, that's fine too many games I. Think Sixty would have been better number and I think they need to do everything they can to try to get fans in with the contingency. If it doesn't work out, we have the words December twenty two. Tony that sounds right. I think in theory that's what they'd like to start the season moving forward in general, they can own Christmas, week and Adam silver shown he can be nimble if things need to change from the pandemic, forgive with some of the more day to become a whole month. Later, this is December twenty two that surprised me a little bit earlier than your thoughts. Yeah it is earlier and I hope it's right. I hope they do and I hope they can find a way to get at least limited numbers of fans into these games. It makes an enormous difference. Well, Sarahspain Bob Ryan. It seems like you guys came today show little fatigued. You almost were you know before the show go? Get Your twix. George showdown the two minutes he never heard of. Until this week. Happy Time people happy eightieth birthday Pele. The Brazilian, greatest probably the most appreciated soccer player ever for Americans of a certain age far more recognizable. Maradona Beckham although Messi asking any American over the age of fifty to name one soccer player and most often is the three-time World Cup. Winner Pele it was Pele who the North American Soccer League Lord here in the One thousand nine, hundred, Seventy S to. Popularize popularized soccer in the United, states beyond a small circle of pretentious Yahoos I remember when a play played for the New York Cosmos Andrew in every famous person in the city I remember being in the Cosmos Lock in Pre game play chatting with Mick Jagger I remember covering police retirement when he said Love Love Love and seventy, five, thousand people cheered him like he was a Rockstar, the mass popular. Has Never happened here but play will always be regarded as a cultural ambassador for soccer. Tony, you're covering that game. I. Was there as a fan was an unbelievable there was a little kid at the time by the way when I was growing up we played Yankee Stadium of course, giant stadium and then Randall's island right underneath the triborough bridge and only took about three hours to get after game. It wasn't that bad really very you were kids. So you're implying that I'm like what a hundred? Just starting out. Happy Anniversary Joe Carter on this day twenty, seven years ago Carter hit a three run walk off home run off phillies closer Mitch Williams in the bottom of the ninth to give the Blue Jays eight six, win their second straight world championship. In the past few days we've talked at length about Carlton. Fisk some run and Kirk Gibson home run and we have mentioned Bill Mazeroski homerun NASA Roskam's Homerun in Carter's homerun are the only ones to walk off an entire world series. If the same thing happened, this year would happen. Buffalo. List of the ten most famous home runs in baseball history the ones I have mentioned or all on it. So as Bobby Thomson shot heard round the world. So Babe Ruth's called shot Henry and and seven fifteen mark mcgwire's line drive sixty, two, I guess Barry Bonds is number seven, fifty, six I don't recall it Roger. MARRIS's sixty I. is there anything I'm missing Frank Bucky Dent Aaron Boone big.
"tonight" Discussed on PTI
"The neutrals say you know it's a wash one guys going back home your guy hasn't gone. I say it's camp. I can't play very well the first game I take that fifteen times over ever seen anything close to he's got to do something like he did that I get that. It's definitely Cam. Jimmy G. has had one terrible start this year and the other starts he's had accumulating over one hundred cameras almost out of the League is playing on a minimum contract. What are we talking about? What are we talking about in this game? How's this? Game George. The running game I think that the if you look at the niners, they don't defend the run very well nineteenth in the least. Started watching football nineteen eighty-seven and he's just kept other running game is the biggest thing gala show you. Well. We won't get into what I started to watch football but. Get back to. And it has nothing to do with Waie tiddle throwing darts. Bounceback game for ten or you Got San Francisco Yeah. I think the niners I think the Patriots will not have stop kid or move on December twenty two. The targeted start date for the NBA season. It's what's being reported by Shams. Sharoni seventy, two game season. It would be as well. It starts couple of days before Christmas the NBA Board, of Governors, meeting today, and it's not agreed upon yet but they're moving in that direction. Sarah has it all sounds you. It makes sense to finish before the Olympics and not have to worry about that conflict. It.
"tonight" Discussed on PTI
"Yards on the ground The Pittsburgh steelers are going to bludgeon you in the running game and pick your part of the passing game. Show. Not going to be the defenses. Pittsburgh's defense a little bit of a Mirage with some of the teams they've played giants and Broncos and Texans and struggling teams. Tennessee's GonNa win the game. Too much firepower spinning. I was going to say the titans because of my gut, but that's not a very good reason to pick a team and when I started to get into the defenses in what they do well, the titans lead the League and trying to use play action. The steelers defend the play action better than any other team. The steelers points have been so high and the titans defense hasn't stopped anyone I think in the end, it is the steelers and not my guts and Bob Ryan. Going with that second ranked total defense of the steelers and the quarterback was quietly getting the job done once again. All right. Thank you for the roller coaster emotions. Playing the entire show. Water won't Settle San Francisco New England on schedule this week or upload return to New England for the first time since the trade and on the other side. Newton says, he hasn't been good this season. So Tim, who's got more to prove this week Jimmy G. I mean he's he's the one who is still asked to prove the value of that contract. There were questions after the Super Bowl is a lot more questions this year cams trying to find his way but but Garoppolo. I'd much rather be in a position to have a big contract and have people be not sure if I deserve it then to have no contract after this year, have yet to prove that I deserve one. So it's campus Bob Right. Well..
"tonight" Discussed on PTI
"Nothing for three quarters last night. Then being great in the fourth leading the eagles to first place in the horrific NFC East Wentz was down twenty one ten with six minutes to play and then engineered two touchdowns to beat the giants twenty to twenty one frank. I know the division is terrible but admitted these Games are fun. Am I allowed to say I enjoyed watching that game last night first of all sure you had Daniel Jones with that long run that he had been. He looked like a little kid running downhill when their legs are going too fast stumbled. Exactly. Yeah, then you have you Philadelphia scored twice they were down eleven with five minutes to go. They have coming back. But for me, the game comes down to two passes. Daniel Jones to Evan Ingram and when you're at this level, you have to make the catch, and then of course, the win the game exactly the game. If you make that likely they is there are still two timeouts and you did the two minute warning but the Carson Wentz Pass to Boston Scott. He he made a great throw Boston. Scott made a great cabs. That's what the game came down to. That's what these two teams came down to. A my correct in this I heard this this morning that that he's only five foot six. It's amazing. To fit it in the five six over another guy shoulder was a great catch. It was a great pass. Let me get to wins for a second because we'll hates wins. He thinks he's the most overpaid bum in the history of the world but here's what has done in the last two weeks. He made comebacks and once against a good team against Baltimore and okay last night was against the giants. But in that period of time in those two fourth quarters, here's led his team to like thirty four points or something like that. You, know he's been really really good five touchdowns zero interceptions that that's a big time deal look last weekend the giants, the giants played Washington that came came down right to the end, right? I mean it's a two point failed conversion you go for the win. The Dallas Games, all of them were trying to watch especially when Dallas gets beat by three hundred points out of Philadelphia, at the moment could get hot because they got a lot of stars coming back and by getting hot I mean they could go to six ten eventually. It is in my DNA that that division I don't. I know it stinks but I like to watch. You know the last time the giants won the Super Bowl they did go nine at seven. Let me ask you this stuff because you know about the giants, what they mean in New York and it's old Johnny it's Manhattan. It's Connecticut routes for the giants as well as New Jersey. Do you realize that since they went eleven and five in three plus seasons? They are thirteen and forty, two, thirteen, and forty two. This is a New York Donald Talking about In, the last four years I believe there's zero and fifteen against. Philadelphia Alice to try and it's not just the giants. The jets are even worse than a giants. So if you are the commissioner of the, NFL, are you personally effected by the fact that the two teams in New York are dreadful does that hurt the league? It's a question worth asking somebody and it definitely does how Daniel Jones, who actually thought he played pretty well but he is thirty four career turnovers in twenty games nine, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, four turnovers. You're not. We had another fumble last night I. believe that is sixteen fumbles lost in one thousand, nine starts and yet if ingram catches that ball the gate I know you're right. All right. Well, after night off, the world series is back on tonight the dodgers and Walker Bueller to the mound wasn era this post-season of just one point eight, nine on a second Charlie. Morton will be going for the raise and his postseason era is less than a third of that. Get ready zero point five, seven, the raise even things up at a game a on Wednesday night Tony who needs a game three more. So you know I think the dodgers are the better team. Yeah I think they hit a little bit better and all of that and I'm not going to back away from that I. Think if they lose tonight, the dodgers lose the series really because I look I. I ask Myself Who's going to get wins after starting pitchers. That's all they've got. They've got bueller and kershaw their only real starting pitchers at this point. So even if they each win one more, that's three where do they get the fourth game when Tampa goes to a bullpen game? That's what they're bring to do. Air I mean they are built to Golda five pitchers and do it that way when when the dodgers go to guns Lynn and made, it looks like this is this is not working. So even though the dodgers have come back from three one. I think. They have to win this way and it's hard to be Charlie Morton. It's hard to believe that a team with a payroll like that has a bullpen game in game two of the world series it if it's just amazing how much the sport is changed. I. Love Fact that the last time Charlie Morton was in a world series game was twenty, seventeen game seven. He got the last whole House against the dodgers. Pitching for Houston. All season long he's only pitched six innings. One time he's pitching into the seventy worth. More than five last eight he was terrific. He threw sixty six pitches in game seven in the last round against Houston. So again, the formula for Tampa is to go to the bullpen and bringing these guys who throw ninety eight. That's what they do. Now there's a way the dodgers can beat them. You just hit. Hit the way you have hit all year but you know if they pound more, that's one thing. But Morton appears to be invincible playoff games. The rare pitcher that's better in the postseason. -nificant bed with amazing it this could be the last time we see him because he's talked about possibly retiring after the series he may get another appearance. especially, it goes seven. What I like about this Clayton Kershaw is going in game five. So Win Game God, he's either going to have a chance to maybe end the series or is going to be a pitching for the dodgers to stay alive or it's going to be too no matter how you cut it on Sunday Clayton Kershaw is pitching in a huge game which is going to be great to see. By the way Tim Kirk in told me the other day Charlie. Morton is an expert barbecuer and he brings his grills with them wherever he goes. To but sounded interesting to me, Brian Windhorst and Zach Lowe of ESPN, a reporting that there is movement among some NBA owners to start this coming season on. Christmas. Day The athletic is reporting. The start date could be as early as December twenty second with a goal of completing a seventy two game season before next summer's Olympics Adam silver has said he wants games played in home arenas in front of fans, and he wants eighty to the players would have to agree to anything that is suggested Frank. What are you hearing about? All this I wanNA know did they run this by Lebron James Yet Lebron what's That would give him a just about five weeks off which when he a championship and playing very next You know the next game on. Christmas Day I think the NBA is smart because Tony we know what happened. There was some people the owner of the hawks he wanted the season. Yeah. We should be playing in July and August. Let's avoid the NFL and understand there's a lot of factors but the ratings were not good. People are not used to watching NBA playoff games and finals games. In September October, they've always wanted to get on this December schedule and the Olympics is a big part of it. The Olympics are supposed to be in late July, and it's not just about American players on the national team. They have a lot of international players. They don't want to interfere with this I think it's smart by the NBA you're not GonNa fans in the building anyway I get it. It's a short off season for a few teams, but let's get. Let's get it back up and running. So, these are all of the questions that I have one I have read consistently that the Olympics may not go. Yeah they hope it goes but it may not go. Right I don't know why anybody thinks that in December or January or February is going to be lots of fans in the stands at any arena in the United States I don't know that..
"tonight" Discussed on Dinner Tonight Atlanta
"Hey everybody it's Susan Cooper from dinner tonight Atlanta. So how's it going? Everybody's staying safe and practicing social distancing. I hope so. So here's the thing. A lot of restaurants are closing their doors. A lot of restaurants are switching to curbside pickup or takeout. Only or delivery only and I hope that that they continue to do that safely. If they're able to right now though I feel like the tone of my episodes for the rest of this month that are already done. I feel like it's totally tone deaf. I think that the time is right for me. To postpone the rest of my episodes. I'm GONNA pull them down not publish them for the rest of March. I have April episodes almost ready to go. But I think I'm GonNa hold and wait and see how things with the pandemic evolve and released them when it deals right. I feel like I don't need to be sitting people out into the world right now so decided to put the podcast on hold and which Atlanta restaurants. The Best of luck wish all my friends and family and listeners. The best of luck during this crazy crazy time and I would love to hear from you. We can of course keep talking about about what we want to be doing right now and we can talk about You know really cool recipes that we've created the home that maybe mimics all of our favorite dishes at restaurants. So let's keep the conversation going. Let's talk online. You can reach me on facebook or twitter or instagram and We can keep doing this. Let me know is if you still wanNA hear my voice. I can come up with something like right now. I'm doing this on the fly. I've got no script If you still want to hear from me let me know and I'll come up with something else So everybody out there stay safe. Stay healthy and stay home Tortilla soon.