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"utah park" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"At AM Ben Lyons. Take a quick moment before we get out of the invert from MLB Network and cinephile podcast on the show before we can touch base with Adnan Talk a little MLB Midsummer Classic want to share with you guys what I did over the weekend. Shouts out to Randy. Randy Cruz, Buddy of Mine in New York, runs a great streetball tournament at Orchard Beach. It's called Hoops in the sun out in the Bronx. It's been going on for about 21 years. And like any restaurant that survived the pandemic, any local program streetball tournament in your community this summer that is up and running. That's a tremendous accomplishment. The amount of pressure it takes to put on an event like that to have, you know to do it safely into now, Um, you know, have crowds getting back together and playing hoop in the summertime out out in the public out in the streets. It's a huge deal, so shouts out to all the local organizers who were able to keep their tournaments afloat. But this tournament hoops and the sun is incredible. And I went out there just loving the energy. Anthony Mason's son, Antoine Mason, Jr. Anton Mason. He was out there bawling plays professionally in Europe go out of guys who have played at Wisconsin or Sunni purchaser Manhattan College out there competing, and the reason I bring it up is just Reminder that in your local community wherever you're at sea, Jamal Crawford in his Seattle program going for 50 here in the Drew League in Los Angeles, it's a legendary tournament. There are programs taking place this summer. Guys who you know, are looking to continue their careers. They just love playing basketball. If you're a family and a community and you can't afford to go to a W to an NBA game or a W N B a game, then you can go to your local park and see great basketball. So I just want to take a moment to sort of endorse and shout out all those local tournaments. I got to go to one this weekend in New York out in the Bronx hoops in the sun can find them on Instagram and Twitter as well. I know obi toppings supposed to show up this summer, Donovan Mitchell. And it's just so great for the community and so much fun. And if you just love basketball like I do, then you'll really enjoy obviously the experience of heading out and seeing your local pro and so shouts out to rainy crews and the boys out at hoops in the sun in the Bronx. It was a great day on Saturday. NBA Finals Game three last night in Milwaukee. The Bucks get it done as as as Yannis goes for a historic night. Um, in Milwaukee is 2nd 40 point game in a row and The idea of greatness is so interesting to me. I find it at the center of most sports debate. Most sports radio conversations seemed to surround the idea of is that person really great? Who is the greatest And in that greatness, uh, that's where we find the debate. And oftentimes there's no real answer. Both of the players are great, who's greater LeBron or Jordan? Who desert and then the other part of it is the credit for the greatness, right? Well, the Patriots were great, but who deserves the credit? Bill Belichick? Er Tom Brady. Well, all these, you know, NBA players are great, but who deserves the credit for their finals? Does Michael Jordan deserve the credit or to Scottie Pippen deserve how much of the credit It's the Scotty deserve 20%. And that's that's sort of the center of so many of these conversations, but will often gets left out of the conversations and how we define greatness. Is the consistency of greatness. Can you do it again? Can you do it when your back's against the wall? Can you do it? When you don't have certain things that you're accustomed to do to have it? I acquainted to the world of cooking. My sister is a chef in New York City. Shout out to the scene, Anselm. I'm biased, but I think it's one of the great restaurants in the city. She's a chef. And she's got to turn out hundreds of steaks and night and she's got to turn out hundreds of steaks the next night, and she's got to turn out hundreds of steaks two nights from now. And they all have to be great. And they all have to be top quality because that one customer who comes in who gets an over cooked steak. Well, they're never coming back. So I equate greatness in sports, often to cooking. Anybody can follow the recipe and make a great batch of brownies. I know my brownies might have a little something something in there. Anybody could cook brownies once follow the instructions. And make great brownies. Does that make them a great baker? Do you have confidence that the next batch of brownies they'll make will be equally delicious, maybe even more delicious. What happens when they are baking out of their kitchen? If they're cooking in someone else's kitchen, or if they don't have certain ingredients? Can they bake great brownies? Then that's the key. Can you do it? And can you do it consistently? And can you do it again? And Yan is putting on the show he did in Milwaukee last night. Proves his greatness hit a great game to eat a great game three. Let's see if he does it again, and it's okay to ask are truly elite athletes to do it over and over and over again. Anybody can do it once. There's a reason why they're all in the league. Everybody is the greatest player in the history of the high school. Brook Lopez can go for 38 in the playoffs one time. Can you do it again? And can you do it again? After that? And somebody who understands that consistency? Somebody who understands that availability and consistency are the hallmarks of greatness is our good friend Adnan Virk, who finally joins the show Now, Adnan Virk from MLB Network. How are you, My friend? Live stand. How are your brother talking about brownies? I mean, whatever Brownie analogy to making cannot be as good as the kale salad you made for me. When the Eagles on the NFC championship game, we were hunkered down together in Utah Park City for the Sundance Film, both Yeah, that kale salad will live on. I mean, the stuff legends. The seasoning in that dressing that day was really something that will be talked about for years to come of Adnan Virk. Of course you know him from MLB network. You know him from the cinephile podcast available now.
"utah park" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green
"It and because i was always avenue new from episodes back admits that he was going to be captain america. I just wanted to know that was one thing beyond what you just said but the suit was gonna look like because you know how captain america worked. They tried to do it with the guy who became a us agent. Yes screw that it. Ain't it quite work out there. This is why marvel is so good. And why and just such a good job of incorporating all of these characters into the marvel universe. that's you talk about. Came from where. What kinda right like panther series that suit sort of airing nat full circle. That's why marvel so good and now disney. I believe basically putting all this stuff together. Because i think they'd bob marvel studios there. Yeah yeah it's all disney touch disney owned and it just again they did it right to finish it off and now we're going in. I know somebody in a chat brought up that we got it was big be now. We have loki. I only have to wait until june. There doesn't start till june. I'm like oh man had between between one division inter soldier. We've only had to wait a week or two weeks. I was it was like home right away so we gotta wait a little longer. Everybody you know this whole joe. Horses been chat. You gotta hold. I'll be patient. Be patient patients virtue. I know you heard that cliche. Say a lot. And but yeah. So you enjoy loki when he gets here but they finished off falconer social in great fashion and actually. I didn't know i tried so what i did. I met Anthony mackie years ago. I went to sundance film festival in utah park city utah years ago and we met. We hung out it was born. Nfc championship weekend. It was the year the pittsburgh steelers beat the seahawks the super bowl so it was a two weeks before that it was the afc championship game. Where pittsburgh was playing whoever plan and seattle plane whoever they're playing and so we met at this at a little is a viewing party of the to gain and we talked the life for a long time. He was asking me about football. I was asking him about acting and how he was just getting started and at the end of our conversation. We exchanged phone numbers. And so i end up cinema texas because of what you mentioned how they conversation that he brought up in that scene where he's talking to the political people not yet john. He's talking to the political people like you mentioned kitchen conscious of twenty twenty in front of us at so i'll text him and i say number still works. Let me just say hey man. This is a mon- i remember reminded of hula was wouldn't be no you know this. Who is this crowds night. This is a man. And i just saw the scene in A falcon winter soldier. I mean i know you know. He's just actor. Reciting the lines but still that that scene right there says a lot of what's going on in our time right now and i appreciate you know meeting you today..
"utah park" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And Steve Patterson. You like Huey Lewis and the news? This is the big G. P. Taylor. Swift says You're suing me. Well, I'm suing. You know this. The company that handles the rights for Taylor, Swift music and other trademarks, has filed a lawsuit against Evermore theme Park and Utah. Oh, boy, remember, ever more finding lawsuit against her saying it's the trademark? Yeah, infringement because her album is called evermore. Yes, and they have related merchandise. They blame them album cause actual confusion, Yes, queen that affected the park's online president's negatively. And, um, infringing on its marketing and merchandise. Well at the time, Taylor Swifts lawyers said. This is frivolous. Well, the new lawsuit the countersuit. Is now claiming that evermore The Utah Park? Yes, was regularly engaged in copyright infringement itself. Oh, jeez. The suit to legends that three songs. Belong to Taylor Swift. Love story. You belong with me and bad blood were regularly used in performances at the part all without a proper license. God, Ray, put up your dukes. Come on now. Ah, this is funny. I get it, though. You know, it's like, Look, if you're gonna try to do something, then we could really go toe litigious war if you want to. Don't be a hypocrite, right? So they claim that they blatantly ignored numerous notices from B M I and opted instead to continue to benefit from the free and unauthorized public performance of songs despite actual knowledge. Of the liability and penalties imposed by the Copyright Act to protect artists. They are stupid. Right? Because then you gots to pay traded. Turn around and sue her when you've been using her music, right? I love this is a new Oh, this is This is a great example of what good lawyers will do for you right? Because she's like, find something. Just go figure something else. And then they're like, Oh, we got stuff. Yeah, we got stuff. I love it that to be continued. Katharine McPhee has had a baby. Oh, with Lord Foster. Yep. Fiend. David Foster welcomed a baby boy. I don't have a name. He is. What is he like? 71? Yes. And she's 36. Yeah. Mm. He seems like he'd be a bad husband. I'm sorry. Oh, my God. Well, he does. Yes. I'll tell you what. The documentary that by that documentary that he had a hand in, you know, um It does not make him out to be a good husband. If by good husband. One of the main criterias would be a minute president's involvement, commitment, things like that. Yep. Yep. Hey. Also kind of abandoned his ex wife when she was in the hospital suffering from Lyme disease. Yeah, you know, Yolanda Boster. Yeah. Real housewife stuff, Steve. Okay, Okay. It was just going up the last name. Oh, yeah, because he was dragged into Real housewives, wasn't he? Or a story line in it. Yeah. Yeah, he would, he would be there. Kind of Every now and then, and the kids are G and Bella Hadid. Yes. And then the boy who's just is beautiful, and I don't know his name we David Foster's in the G and Bella Hadid. Family. Yeah, he's there. Step, Dad. Oh, get out until you land of Foster's there, Mom. I'm very bravo, illiterate, and then her husband was. I don't know what he did for a living. The Hadid guy. What was his name, Mohammed. Indeed, I don't know. But Steve, don't worry about it. All right, So, Yeah, they're her kids, and she said she was a model also, Yolanda, I'll tell you what. Say what you will about David Foster and congratulations, So they had the baby or she's pregnant. They have the baby's Katharine McPhee. Okay, Wonderful. Congratulations. Um You want some good music? You pull up on your smart TV at home some night, David Foster and friends. I think you can find the whole special on YouTube. It is really, really great. Watch the whole thing. Really Great. Michael Boo Blay, Brian McKnight. I mean, everybody. I mean, he has been around for so long. They're probably goes back to like. Barbara Streisand and, um Harden. Carly! Simon. Simon. Thank you. You know the boo Blay story. Remember in the documentary he was at a wedding. He happened to be at a wedding in Canada. And from just that one of his friends, weddings and the guys, I go check out who we got is an entertainer. You got to see this guy. And it's like, okay, you've seen one crooner. You've seen them all. And then it was Michael Boo Blay performing at this wedding, And as the story goes by the end of that night, David Foster said. You need Tiuna to come live with us in California. We need to work on you. I didn't know that. Yes, it was like all from Michael Boo Blay singing. At a wedding. Oh, that's him that David Foster happens to be at and it changes his life. I like Boo Blay. I love to do a boobs. He's actually he He was actually one of those episodes of celebrity I owe you. Yes, Great was really sweet. Yeah, Like such a good guy. Did you do something for his grandmother or first grandmother? Yes or somebody? I don't think it was his grandmother. It was somebody. It was a housekeeper or something. Is it? The housekeeper for his grandfather who has since passed? Yes. Put me down. Oh, yes, do you? It's really good. I Rick, I record all of those. So every now and then I'll just throw one on and be like, Oh, I'm gonna watch this one Angela was. Angela Bassett was in one or Viola Davis, Violet Davis. Fun little game to play. What's on your DVR? What's the weirdest thing on your DVR? Oh, I love that girl. All right. This is for you, Steve. Michael Bolton.
"utah park" Discussed on Black Women Travel Podcast
"Tell day and you be mind sharing about what you and sharing. All the stories of these coins that were from all over the world places by parents had been in places parents hadn't been they collected a currency. For and i said to class. I'm gonna visit every single country. That's in his bag. And that was like michael. It even though abortion. Sadly some stank little kid so my bag of coins say i still had imprinted on memory and i said you know i am going visit ongoing visit. I wanna learn about these different cultures that are represented on these points. And i just thought that the world was just such as big open welcoming plays in fast forward from the age of fifteen and i was at an day conference and it was in utah park city utah and i was. I think it was like the end of the cop. Friend said what am i. Science teachers middle school had brought us law of students her her best for students to this earth day conferences. So there's kids from all over the world and i remember. That was the first time. I've learned the south sedans and it was just an amazing time and i was hanging out with these Two guy friends of mine and we were walking down the hallway because we're headed up to the top floor where they were hosting the closing night party. And so we see this little girl down the hallway like far into the hallway as walking to the elevator. We're nearing the elevator as she sees us. Teams runs away. We kind of look at each other. What that about. Whatever and we get on the elevator we go to the party. And we're in there. We're gonna know what we were dance in twos That was that mid nineties. So yes yes. We relied doing having a great having an amazing time and just party was just such a by and remember just how much they felt so free and i remember the music just lory a little bit and and everyone is just kind of like you know that grew we grew. Hey and the music lower and then it's like what's going on because revive is kind of cut off and we see some police officers like hotel security. There's a police officer in hotel security in the actually come in the room. And we're like kay so we're just like talking to friends like what's going on and all of a sudden one comes up to me as i excuse me this new mind coming out setting out into the hallway with me. Okay and everyone's looking at me cut of what's going on. And then i noticed that they already had one of my other friends out in the room because when we got to the party kind of went separate race and then the other one came out after me and then they're like oakley follow us and the whole thing was just really often. I'm trying to think very quickly. Okay so they have me. You have my two black friends. Like what's going on like wired they targeted like three kids and they walk the hallway all the way down and then we go down to a level that was not even like listen on the elevator and it was below ground it was like a holding facility and they put us a separate us in two rooms that were just had like a window like one of those see those double sided kind of windows that you can see through and then also With just like a chair. May i think it was a media. Sharon media desk in our announce it and i'm sitting there for Hard to really think about what concept of time man. It felt like it was about forty five minutes or so without in one coming in to explain what was going on finally officer and he starts questioning me. I have the kind of stop. Excuse me sir. Why are be being held here. And it keeps questioning these kind of ignores the question and he's asking me questions like what was i doing before came to the party to walk through. Every single sat step by step to skip any steps. And i walking him through but every time telling the story that i'm like what am i doing here. Can you tell me at advice when i got the part about. We're getting on the elevator. He's like well. He told me have describe your friends. Living look like all of this. I just fried them. And he's like did. He said what happened to something happened before he got on. The elevator doesn't really weird occurrence said that there was a a little girl at the end of the hallway. He said how did you know she was little. What she she just seen. Smells like as he's like dina held she was i was. I don't know maybe it's hard to tell us. Maybe five between five and seven is something i. I can't be sure if you're able to ascertain age that quickly. You're that far away seeing that you may be closer up to her and like no we were. She was at the end of the hallway. We were on our way into the elevator. She's bringing in ran away. He's like why would she screen like. It was just very accused story and back that my parents had talks with me of course about being a young black in america but not to the point of what i think parents unnecessarily having discussions with young black around children's day so i i knew at that point that i was definitely had been profiles and that at some point at probably been accused of something I didn't understand what it was. And so i said yeah we got alabama. We go up to be up to the top floor for the party. He's like so you didn't do anything else in between that time. He said you walk them. Hallway got an elevator went upstairs. That's as you didn't touch anybody a What would you be touching. You know gone elevator. And i'm trying to reiterate the story and been basically that he finally tells me he says well you've been accused you yourself and your to a companions have been accused of sexually molesting a.
Woman who vanished in Zion National Park nearly two weeks ago is found alive
"Missing nearly two weeks ago in Utah Zion National Park has been found alive, according to her family. 38 year old Holly Court here, who they described as an experienced tiger was last seen entering the Utah Park on October. Before she was reported missing by her family, the National Park Service said. Search and rescue teams located court here early Sunday after receiving a credible tip from a park visitor. She was reunited with and left the park with her family. That's Phil Farrar reporting cheers.
California woman reunited with family after going missing in Utah national park
"Diego woman's mother, who disappeared in Zion National Park nearly two weeks ago has been found alive, according to her family. Holly Corti Air was last seen entering the Utah Park on October 6th National Park Service located her and she left with her family
Giuliani adamant Trump would fight Mueller subpoena to testify in Russia probe
"Live from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston attorneys for president trump say they'll contest any effort to force him to testify in front of a grand jury in the russia investigation special counsel robert muller is looking into whether the trump campaign colluded with russia and whether the president obstructed justice npr's camilla domino ski reports if trump continues to refuse to sit down for an interview muller might issue a subpoena to force the president before a grand jury rudy giuliani one of trump's lawyers told abc's this week how his team would answer such a subpoena we'll say hey you got everything you need you got one point four million documents you have twenty witnesses president is given every explanation and correct and sean that we're missing persons you've got everything in it what it is for he noted that prosecutors often do not interview central subjects and must make a decision anyway man up and make your decision giuliani's comments come after the new york times published a confidential memo written by different trump lawyers in january that memo said trump can't be forced to testify and also can't obstruct justice because he is the country's chief law enforcement officer camilo domino sqi npr news a massive wildfire is continuing to spread in new mexico deborah martinez reports the youth park fire has grown to thirty two thousand acres and officials feared lightning strikes could ignite additional blazes almost one thousand residents of two communities in northeast new mexico had to be evacuated as the utah park fire doubled in size to forty two square miles officials haven't determined the cause of the blaze but most of new mexico is under severe drought severe thunderstorms are looming and that rain could cause flooding in the burned areas of the sangha the crystal mountains shelters are offering cots warm meals to displaced residents as they wait were word that they can return home three hundred homes are threatened and a dozen empty buildings have been destroyed at a boy scout ranch near cimarron more than five hundred firefighters are battling the blaze in rugged terrain using air tankers and helicopters equipped with giant water buckets for npr news i'm deborah martinez in amman jordan demonstrators turned out for another day of protests against the.