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Cheptegei takes aim at 10,000m record in Valencia
"Is hoping to break one of the longest standing athleticsworld records on Wednesday began hoping to be the 10,000 M mark that was set 16 years ago by Kenenisa Makayla at a special event in Valencia. Roughen it
Texas Census Advocates Worry Schedule Confusion Could Lead To Undercounting
"Really big unknown when it comes to the 2020 census. The unknown is when will the counting officially end? This is because of a legal fight in the federal courts over the Trump administration's Schedule for the head count. The confusion is making advocates in some states like Texas really nervous. Here's actually Lopez from Kut and Austin. Kati Marton Lightfoot is with a think tank called Every Texan. She says that there's a big risk. Many Texans won't be counted during this year's census. There. Still, households in the state of Texas who have not responded to the 2020 census, they have not self responded. Nor have they completed the questionnaire of Via that in person follow. Advocates have been scrambling because it's Hard to tell how much time is left to count people. The Trump Administration has been going back and forth about when to stop counting. A federal court intervened, but things were still up in the air, Lightfoot says. It's been confusing. We don't know when this is going to end. But we need to really continue to engage. Our community's advocates and census workers have the most ground to cover in South Texas. Says, vile Valencia with the Texas demographic Center. They're the same areas that have higher concentrations of Hispanics living in more rural conditions, and there's also hire shares of African Americans. The senses guides how much political representation and federal funding communities get. Valencia says this means communities of color in Texas are at risk of losing voting power and money for programs that address issues like poverty and access to health care. Those air disproportionately impacting communities of that, like the Latino community, So if those programs are also under funded because of a lower count, then those communities will be disproportionately affected. A swell people of color in Texas make up a majority of the state's population. So if they're undercounted Kati Marton life would says it will hurt the state as a whole. A conservative estimate is that if we under count our state's population by 1%, we will lose $300 million per year for the next 10 years. Some research shows the state could gain as many as three seats in Congress after the census. But with so many schedule changes, it's hard to say how the count will turn out in the end
Travel to Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy
"I'd like to welcome to the show, Audrey and Manlio Diamante from travels with AUDREY DOT COM and they've come to talk to us a better region of Italy you may or may not have heard of for Yuli. Venezia Giulia. Andrian manlio welcome to the show. Ain't you Chris and thank you for inviting us to be on your bucket today. Thank you Chris Thank goodness well, and we've picked a region of Italy that I couldn't have told you the name of I know where it is about. Where are we talking about? First of all, if we put this on a map Well. If we were to put it on poor looking at the most northerly and easterly region of Italy incense ranked. In the corner literally border the North would be Australia The you're on the right would be slow being young. Then we have the Adriana CCD so we're an also the region of vinet. Oh. So you're about a hundred and solid kilometers from Venice, if you were to be an Bene- some wanted to travel to live in his Julia. Along the highway that would be approximately about one hundred kilometers and. We'll get into his tryst. So that is actually, yes, that's correct Essentially up but would unit is the one that would be most typical the one that really represents reach enough. You're getting ahead of us. Before. We get there. Why are we talking about this region because I'm not going to try and say it every time we say this because you see it so much better than I do what is your connection to Fluey Valencia Julia Well. My husband is born and raised and in. So he actually also be Lionel which is a local language. I actually met my husband and he. Shot on location to Spain, and so a friend of mine asked me to stop in a visitor in Italy and when I did, I, actually met my husband for the first time in this was in ninety seven. And then he later on emigrated to Canada. Got Married. Will and why should someone go to really Well a food essential yet is one of those regions I mean most of us think that there are token room. Most. Now, there's nothing wrong with that. Unfortunately, the name as a reason, I'm right. I would probably say somebody if you're traveling for the first time to Italy to do the Venice. Florence, and the Rome but for anyone who's looking for a more authentic way of appreciating Italy, then you need to go into some of the regions that are less traveled and as you as one of those, and it is really in a very good location if you really think about it because. I so much to offer from the beaches by good idol. History going back to the Roman history, the lull of our history world or one history that is worse. The front was for World War One and some of the worst battles that were ever fought or along from the car so and these own so. which my husband can talk to you more about you have the Alps and will you can go skiing in the wintertime amazing wine the quiet you're y region is world famous. Now they produce some of Italy's best white wines and the photo of course is quite unique because. Latins. A mixture of different cultures the Australian. The. Italian. So it has for a traveler they can spend easily a week and this particular region. and. Enjoy it without rushing and seeing quite a bit and is not just about lying. It's about so much more and if they wanted to add a week. Of the Australia they ads Vania or they could advantage what did I do not doin? The. Bending on how they want to program their time. Excellent will in what kind of are you gonNA recommend for us. It was one week hurry and it would be centered around the fugitive and essentially in Rio. And some of the key points to keep places that I would recommend would be, of course, the as they would be the capital and then of course. We have also the cheated on the time of she that we have sunshine yearly, which is where my husband's mother comes from. And they're famous for the BUSHEL. And then of course, we do the mountain area could pop into Saudis for example, or we could go into van Saun name and Sony in. Leitch are two towns a really represent how he only that was devastating binary choice in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six in really showcases the people themselves how suffered this major earthquake? Literally As you experience that you were there, I did yesterday what about a thousand people who died back in nineteen seventy, six cents I would say a large portion of region was actually essentially destroyed in Seoul the two towns my wife is referring to there called been solely and Jim Malone and they're very they're close to each other right next to each other one of them is a UNESCO side and that's been. So it's a UNESCO side because it maintained. The original character prior to the earthquake even though it was completely built, but it's very touching in it's very characteristic of the regional freely. So we would definitely recommend it
Potatoes, citrus fruit recalled over listeria concerns
"A new recall involving fruits and vegetables. The potential for listeria contamination has led to the voluntary recall of some fresh House two products, The FDA says. This recall involves lemons, limes, oranges and red potatoes. In a statement on the FDA is website, it said the recall was issued after fresh house found listeria on a piece of equipment at one of its packing facilities. Affected products include fresh as limes, Nature's promise organic limes, fresh from the start red potatoes and lemons, as well as Wegmans Lemons and California Valencia oranges. I'm Barbara Kozak.
Georgia Governor: School Openings Going Well Except Photos of Crowded Hallways
"Sergio, Come on, kid. Just a school start open, responded. Nick Valencia talks about the debate over student safety and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp rejected a mass mandate at public schools. I think Quite honestly. This week went real well other than a couple of virtue. Virtual photos came saying this despite outbreaks in several Georgia school districts, sending hundreds of teachers and students into quarantine, while many parents debate whether to send their Children back to the classroom or use online learning velvet getting
NASCAR investigating noose found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall
"NASCAR says it is outraged and will investigate after noose was found in the garage stall of Bubba Wallace the only full time black driver in NASCAR's top Cup series as correspondent Nick Valencia reports the incident follows NASCAR bantam Confederate flags at its race tracks and its properties NASCAR says that this happened in a restricted area that was only accessible by essential personnel so we're talking NASCAR team security personnel medical staff fans weren't allowed in this area and you consider just how strict security is given the pandemic the corona virus that's going
"valencia" Discussed on When in Spain
"The whole city is fixed which always seems a shame because these scoped is a really detailed and they put a lot of work into making them right because they made from woods and paper Mash A and painted a lot of money they spend a Ford you hundreds and hundreds of thousands of euros on them and sometimes you can be walk past one of these workshops Mr for my two and you can poke your head in at any point during the year that painted and constructed incredibly detailed beautiful sculptures which they then bid for the Kremlin at the end. That's one aspect the other aspect is that on every every afternoon at two o'clock in the Central Valencia. They'll have a mass letter letter H. Just a daytime fireworks show which is focused on noise rather than than the fireworks so it just this incredible wisdom noise and you could feel your heart pumping chest and happen once again. But I don't think I've ever experienced such deafening noise before I didn't even know that kind of level of noise was possible into fireworks displays. Lots of different places but this is on another level so so loud you know you feel like a GonNa explode people you know that there's about one hundred twenty eight hundred thousand people every day for about three weeks to talk Assembly square which is of course one of the reasons why we didn't do this year which is a shame but hopefully next a deputy something. Everyone should experience bias. I've tried to explain to some of my guess. I'd say imagine the biggest fireworks show for the fourth of July or for New Year's Eve Times it by ten imagine imagine not happening fifteen times a day for the be pretty close to what bias is. It's an amazing extinction. Credit for it gets super busy. I think I was there three years ago. I I assume there is incredible. I mean I would say be prepared to be very very overwhelmed with crowds of people. It's difficult to navigate your way around the city 'cause they closed a Lotta streets barricades along the pavements in crossover streets very easily you're going to go up and down looking for a crossing point. I mean I've met with some friends to try and meet them at the bar and it took me. I could see them from where I was standing. But it took me about an hour to actually get to them because of the crowds and the barriers. So I think that's important to take into account and basically if you don't loud noise and big crowds forgetting also be prepared to put on about fifteen those ads about sleep because on a single street corner. They'll be chewed understands that his brother Statins for yellowstone bright publications and pretty much. Everything d tried. Since you know all the worst kind of food that can find a fun fair in the states or in England. Time's up by ten. And that's every street corner just before we finished just to tell us how people when this quarantines whatever and anyone interested in at during one of y'all streets. Valencia toes Anyone who's coming Valencia. Anytime indicate up. I'm how can they get in touch the streets of Valencia Dot Com and have a look at some of the photos to are they could also contact me? There's also streets of BLINDSTER DOT COM and on instagram. If you just want to follow me and see some nice pictures from Valencia. It's streets of Valencia tour. At Street's Valencia tour at St Vitor for our listeners will put links to all of this information in the show notes of this episode of you to Click on. Do you go and check out also talk for. I think talked fantastic. Love the use of light and shadows. Paul thanks so much for taking the time to join in Spain podcast today. My pleasure my pleasure..
"valencia" Discussed on When in Spain
"The torture may collect which is the highest rates The Tower little tip for me is that I mean you can go to do the full to the cathedral but it kind of is huge inside and it goes on and on and armed and if you're really interested right upper little kind of cheese is if you just go directly for Placido Raina to the front of the Cathedral go directly to left pay a couple of euro so just go straight to the top of the tower top Michelet and have a beautiful view of the whole city for their top. Ten top tip. Where would you normally head from back? So we come around the back of the Cathedral and we're in Pasadena not too much. Nope there but we do. It's kind of like the way the buses common turnaround in this futuristic restaurants. Not Scientific but we go through that because we wanted to laugh then we go to the policy of the Monarchy Doug was which is a beautiful the Rock Palace Fifteenth Century Palace which is famous ready for an absolutely stunning marble sculpture. On the front of it at. It's now a ceramics museum. The name didn't ring about the marble facade or this sort of the mobile doorway. I've taken a few snaps of that in the past. I'm yet stunning. Yes definitely a little Kodak Moment. So we stopped their pages very. It's kind of like Beige. Creamy colored Ma. Listen to me. It looks like candle. Wax almost been molded melted onto around the door. Sometimes save like a giant cheesy wedding cake over its episode. Beautiful Very opulent in. It's time we stop there. We have a photo we then back to go back into the historical to the market area. The central area but on the way on our left we pass the cafe the Madrid which those who like refreshing drink is interested. The coin died. That's where the idea dementia was invented or created for the Valencia. Yeah I was GonNa ask you about that. Actually tried it before. I don't think I've tried it and Cafe Damon three remember this is. Npr cocktail made predominantly with. Cover Spanish. Shumpei there is a little story. I mean I don't know how true this is but you know. Take the pinch salt. But it's a nice story so there's a cafe demetre eighties. There was a way to Constantine Hale who van came onto become. Oh became a very famous painter. You could check out some of his paintings sites. At Constantine Kill. He was a bomb of time and there were Randy best travelers. Who kept older? Atwood's bill battle with the bill. Bo was Calva and the bomb got fed up off a crisis. While you're ordering the same thing you know. And he said well you make something different than and so he wanted us to the industry's at side which you can still stinks see. Standing today. Grabbed a load oranges squeezed into the into the carve-up now actively Valencia and so that's the equivalency was born. The modern version is kind of fortified with a little bit of gin a little bit of vulgar curious. Well so you know you gotta be careful in the summer on the start getting it. Dinu and yeah I mean I. I've seen people ordering it. By the jugs by the jug as good stuff. Yeah Lovely Nice and refreshing. I'm an APP to think of oranges. Almost in a way they go everywhere. I mean you know. Some people might get people from Florida on my tour California that not so not so nominate by the orange trees everywhere are being. British is still kind. It lowers be a novelty. Just see to see orange trees growing on your streets as a way. I completely agree with you that quite a number two. They're everywhere here in the streets. Of course you. Kati ones in the city. But you know if you get on your bike the second you get outside of the city a couple of kilometers you know if you go pessimistic you can. You can grab grab went straight from the trillion. You Could Nikolay Lens. They but the city bitter I think but they still have is the May harvest them. I think they use them for it. Oh perfume industry and cosmetics. Yeah they harvest them around about the beginning February here one day. Wake Up. And there's no oranges just Donnie. So we've had a joke with Sierra in cafe next up where we take us next. Well then we walk tools. The mankad sent out which is one of the spectacular highlights of the war the the central market. I've read that it's the biggest food markets in Europe. So I'm not sure exactly. I know that the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul is pretty big but they say it's the biggest dedicated food logging. Apparently he covers more than eight thousand square meters. It's big it's I mean you know it's all the cliches but it is absolute cathedral to food. It's fabulous place. It's just a theater you could. You could walk around there for an hour. Just you know all the produce and the seafood and the fruits vegetables and just a bit space to go and it's more of a I think of to me feels more of work in markets Than that a kind of tourist attraction. It's you know you see that. The applause are in there by net by the rabbits. In the morning. It's very much would can market a lot. My guests so can we buy stiffer well. There's actually a book market. Which is what's going on behind the outsiders Scott By red white and blue tiles above the glass all my to take photos so the next day the day after you get you get the kind of photo story of your experience. We always take photos and funds if these kind of lemon and Pale. Blue Tiles is very traditional rustic country tiles in finding kitchens and stuff and they're around the the the market is very beautiful. I mean just talking about markets because you mentioned bat you know this is a working marquette. There's another mount in violence. Which is I imagine used to be. A market has since been converted into more food court with bars and restaurants Senate. Now I can't remember the name but Cardo Cologne. This is more upmarket culinary. What would you say I always try to compare it to two places in the UK? Even though I don't know why because I haven't lived at the twenty years but kind of this tradition of automotive in London they have very markets who food culinary. Makoto Connie's very much along those lines. Very beautiful little bit more upmarket but goodman the lesson and a study building. I think I'm pretty soon. It used to be a train station or some kind of sometimes the architect. It's all local plant but definitely D recommendation as well. Yeah like you said. It didn't how you describe it. I don't WANNA say food court because that makes me think of some dismal shopping center underground food court in a nine hundred eighty s shopping center. And there's nothing to. I would probably go there in the afternoon. And this beautiful Bazei. Scipio CAPPELLETTI JIM. Making and have some nibbles. Yeah back to the he at the central market of an area where met got sent. Shall we go right to the bill of the market? And if you look up in the middle you'll see this beautiful circular kind of ruled iron roof decorated with the beautiful paintings of fish and oranges and and Yeah it's real spectacular roof. We stopped there and take some phone. Say we turn right then. Walk through my favorite part of the market. Which is seafood whole whatever amazing projects fractured season from Brussels they? They shook his freshman. Michelle for you to have with the glass it carver with even the mascot central now and we took rights. And to what I think is I think. It's one of the buffs. Certainly one of the most beautiful buildings in the center NASA Yata de la Mega Saddam meaning silk. And this is a beautiful medieval building dated back to the fifteen hundreds where they used to trade six in the medieval days. It was kind of you know the end route of the history of the old Silk Road. And it's where the traders from all over Europe used to come to buy silk makes sense. I suppose the United States being pulled a port city as well. Yeah it's breathtaking. It's beautiful build in a beautiful building and again you can go inside. We don't go into might suit but it's one of the top things today. I definitely recommend you go in again. It's a couple of euros. I think everything's too. Let's get into some bargain prices but you pay two euros and you go into a Beautiful Orange Grove courtyard than you turn left into was the training room and it's a beautiful model touched whole. I mean really spectacular stunning architecture and Desert Chapel. There's a big basement where I believe. They used to stole the wind. I like to say that's where they still with the wind. But yeah that's the Yata definitely would be on your list.
"valencia" Discussed on When in Spain
"So starting on audio virtual tower of Alexia. Where would you normally start? Let's take off a few must see sites for anyone coming to Valencia for a first time. Well we meet the sensor in the also Eddyville Historical Sense Plaza del Virgin by the financing. Which of course his dominated by the Cathedral Valencia Cathedral then go behind a walk through the beautiful walkway which is the basilica which is kind of the work in positive the cathedral and we go to the Roman the Roman origins of the city? Which is the Amona Romanowski Logical Museum? Don't go outside the these in. But I recommend that you do is Fabulous Museum. Just two euros to get in to your eyes euros entries fantastic you go in and underneath a museum in the basement is off the Roman ruins the original Roman the Roman Bath House Forum. And it's really good how they designed it. It woke over three inches of glass clear glass and so they designed it where you can actually walk over the raise and see them spread out below yet. It was finally. It'll Valencia the Roman time Lenzi. Ah which means Vega Yeah. I think we've got the wood valiant from it. Isn't that what it means interesting vigor? Valiant yes so? Valencia is actually the city of the brave as as it translates to modern day. It was the night crop of the Roman Empire allied to think of it as a Roman retirement home. It was kind of with the. Yeah it was kind of where the Romans. If you survive the ten or fifteen or twenty stretch the rug Manami you know the infantry. You will kind of sense as rewards. Nc where you could make wine late in the sun setting the scene for BANSA soldiers that were out to graze after they pay unfortunately this kind of utopia didn't last very long because Around the back seventy five years later Partha Roman Civil Brahmin Non Walls. Pompeii raised it to the ground. And so that was the end of the original ten. Palencia will square that you're on. This is a big marble squad found in the Middle.
"valencia" Discussed on When in Spain
"Thanks so much for taking the time to join in Spain book us today. You're welcome my pleasure. Took all about Valencia. Sadly type that we'd actually get to meet face to face did have full service blundered through the streets the son of grabbing a beer afterwards but not to be. We make the most of it to shame lockdown life. So we're GonNa talk about the legacy of remotely Fortunately III. I came across photography for your fantastic instagram account. Documents photographs and you also was streets of Olympia Torres. Well how did you come to be in Valencian? Attract city to Valencia in particular. I left the UK. I'm from South Wales. I left the UK. About twenty years ago I ended up in Prague where I told it a primary school a British International School for fifteen years Met My now PA. They and we both felt it was time for move. I've always loved Spain and been interested in Spain and the history the weather in the food and so did my partner Julia and so we made the pledge about four years ago and it wasn't easy but it was worth it so Paul streets we're GonNa try and do in this episode then. He's kind of replicate your tour little bit. You're going to talk us through Valencia. Some of its history must see sites a bit of a coach food as well third biggest city in Spain. Right eight hundred thousand people. Yeah it is the third biggest city I would say obviously this morning I mean I think that sometimes it's kind of overlooked. I think Seville severe is kind of in people's heads a little bit more Obviously outside But Yavlinsky is actually the third biggest city but gaining popularity. I think I mean certainly. I've seen a lot of changes in the four years since we've been here. This definitely motorists definitely more interest. I mean I've been there many times and I good friend of mine who now lives in Barcelona. I used to live in Valencia. Nice to go up and visit quite regularly to me. I'll loveland said it's kind of a city of its own relays a beach city big city but not overwhelmingly big but a beautiful historic center. Got Its own coach very much identities language but then Theon O. Rien hardly the people say it's like a small boss or bought chilled boss Kinda cliche but any it's true. It's it's smaller than Barcelona. It's it's definitely not as cosmopolitan novice crowded not as popular busy. But like you say we have. We have a beautiful big old town. Wonderful historical sites great architecture the food miles and miles of beaches.
"valencia" Discussed on When in Spain
"In this episode. I'm joined by Paul knows. Here's a photographer of some fifteen years and Valencia guide. He's originally from the Green Valleys of Wales in the UK but has been calling Valencia. His home with his young family for the last four years. Paul knows Valencia intimately. He's a walking tour guide. He runs his own private tools. Cord Streets Valencia. Old Town tall and coming up. We're going to be doing a virtual walking tour of Valencia with Paul who will be guiding us around the center of the city taking in all of the most important science that we should see on a visit to Valencia. I'm going to be sharing with us. A little splash of history. Valencia the Roman Time Valencia. Which means Vega? Yeah I think we get the wood volume from it. So Valencia is actually the city of the brave as as it translates to modern day. It was tonight crop of the Roman Empire. I like to think of it as a Roman retirement home. And of course we'RE GONNA be talking food and drink and no Po- cast about Valencia would be complete without talking about Pie. Original Valenciana comes from Alba Faira Lake though the region of Alberta Lake about twelve fifteen of the city and it was a lunchtime meal you know for laborers and farmers and they would. They would put rice in the pan on a wooden on wooden fire and throw in whatever they had which wasn't much time soon be tomatoes. Onions snails a duck. They would throw a bit abducted night. They could catch one and wall. Meets was also one of the main ingredients. Put a bit of Walter Vol- in that and stay tuned to the end of the podcast as we'll also be talking about one of Spain's most famous Ferry Aso festivals called last Fayas Pyrotechnic Feast of fireworks explosions an amazing assault on the senses. Which takes place actually at this time of year. Sadly because of the situation with Coronavirus It's been canceled. But we'll be talking about last fires the history behind what to expect. And why you should put it on your list of Spanish. Ferrier's each it'll street in the central blends has a fire which is kind of like a social club which people paid money into during the year and this money goes to build these incredible Din Yossi sculptures which constructed in every street around the city. I think is about six hundred fifty different sculptures all around the city and then on the final day on the they have the Chroma Lacrima and they set fire to all of the sculptures at the same time so the whole city is basically on fire..
World’s nurses are ‘stepping up’ to Covid-19 crisis
"Out there was already a worldwide shortage of around six million nesses before the covert nineteen pandemic stasis now the international council of nurses which represents twenty million around the world has told the BBC them members are facing unprecedented physical and psychological challenges the BBC's global health correspondent Sheila Musonda reports president one who lied to the world health care workers are putting their lives at risk to protect our China was the first country to face the full force of cave eight nineteen South Korea followed soon after health workers have been sending us videos from that clinics from all over the world sung hoon who is a nurse working in G. Ong sung woo though in South Korea so what you gonna going eleven when caring for patients we must wear full body protection to Lesvos shoes gloves mosques and go in five minutes the whole body is drenched in sweat it becomes hard to catch us the U. S. is the latest country to be hit hard by this pandemic with more cases now than anywhere else in the world and Europe has been at the epicenter of this outbreak for more than two weeks now custom vows because Valencia is a nurse working in Spain's capital Madrid some of the most common we are at war with totally invisible enemy we are fighting for everyone and trying not to get hurt ourselves we feel like we are the spearhead in this bustling intent on in the northern Italian city of Pocomoke health workers are awfully overwhelmed physically Venus Williams is working in a hospital there and says one of the hardest parts of her job is speaking to desperate families who are unable to see their loved ones our efforts I'm not a worthy cause detox terms sometimes another issue is the interaction with the family member the contact is mediated by phone we received a call asking for updates they never can see their vaccines and exactly as we were how much pain and suffering we can proceed throughout the whole season had a sign on the phone all this as the world faces a chronic shortage of crucial personal protective equipment for health workers the world health organisation says globally the response requires around eighty nine million medical masks and seventy six million gloves each month how would cuts in from the international council of nurses as healthcare workers need to be much better supported as always nurses are stepping up their saving lives but they're putting themselves often sacrificing themselves ahead of other people I'm that is not possible to continue in the long term and if we don't properly look after our health workforce softer on us is if we exhaust vent them my fear is that this will make the virus works there is no global tally of the number of infected healthcare workers in China the government says more than three thousand have been infected and at least twenty two medics have died Spanish officials say around thirteen percent of all those infected in the country all health care workers in Italy it's around nine percent of all those infected I was treated Muslims are
Game Zero: Spread of virus linked to Champions League match
"And this next story is exactly why authorities quickly tried to move to ban large sports gatherings the biggest soccer game in the history of the club I don't want to maybe one of the biggest reasons why Bergamo Italy has become an epicenter of the corona virus pandemic a third of that city's population made the short trip to Midland at the San Siro stadium to watch their team play the Spanish team Valencia in a champions league match one February nineteenth just over a month ago nearly twenty five hundred people from Spain also went to that game and of course now Spain and Italy are two massive centers of coronavirus infection and death experts are pointing to the game is a biological bomb and some are calling it game zero the match held two days before the first case of locally transmitted covert nineteen was
European Championship could be postponed until next year
"Major League Baseball now looking at that mid may is a possible date there to get going but again that's just possible that target dates moved NBA board of governors set to meet today doesn't discuss what it wants to do next R. what it thinks might do next meeting this morning soccer's European governing body as it tries to decide what to do with this summer's European championships and the soccer team in Spain Valencia announced around thirty five percent of their players and backroom staff have tested positive for the coronavirus only two first team players are experiencing symptoms Valencia played a champions league game in Italy
"valencia" Discussed on Real Food Real People
"Now. I see why I'm working now I see. Hey I can have. Most people work here husband wife. Hey I'm would work here with my wife you know and it's like we know what we're doing nobody's working. Hey we're working six eight. They can go to their family. You know we're all working together as a team and they still have their lives you know. Nobody's working twenty hours a day seven days a week and then see now. You said I think they appreciate it as much as we do. You think that cultural heritage is often misunderstood like when people are talking about labor issues and work and stuff I believe so I I honestly believe. There's people still don't understand K you know. Those guys are just working. These WANNA job but like I said. I don't think they've ever fed the information they were able to feed them now. So yeah I still believe. They're still they're still might be. Hey confusion like why? Do you guys have your employees involved. Why are you taking your timing with them? You just have it your way. And that's it and I don't think that's how that makes there is between our quality quantity you know. What's the key? What's the secret to managing people and I believe communication you know? I was lucky to get new half as we call your manager this year. I connected with him easily and like he's became a really good friend to me but that communication is the same thing you know. I've had a conversation with him that he's worked with employees for ten years a heat see once a month he'd get list and he'd seen once a month and you know. I'm out there involved asking him questions and I'm not out there telling them. Hey I need this done. Most of the time. He knows what he's doing. He's done this for you know ten twelve years but it's like hey you know just because. I'm not here all the time like I wanNA know how this is happening and managing is something that I'm still learning till this day and I try to read and I try to see how people do that but I only say believe. It's just it just takes that experience in that time the get those communications with people and I honestly believe I've gotten really good at it but like I said I still want to experience and you know I don't know if it's just a friendship that's made it easier but I believe it was like communication and people like you said I see how going back to like my family seen you know. Maybe they didn't know anything. Maybe he was working. You know twenty four seven. He didn't even know who is working for. And you know now. I see these guys in Hispanic culture. They want to work anyways. But you know so. He's going to work. He's GonNa work work but if he knows working for somebody that appreciates that and he knows what he's working for. I believe it just makes it easier for everybody. So being in that management position being able to do that honesty makes that makes ideas. What makes my job easier? I come to work in managing but you know I'm having a conversation about life and work at the same time and we're both getting things done. We're all getting things done. What's it like to know that you're out there growing food for people to eat or drink? I've gotten lucky train wine. I've tried really good wines. Came from these vineyards that we grow for. But it's just amazing high. See like hey all this lieber all his time these harvest hours. It's amazing what you can do with the great. It's amazing how in my eyes is now comparing the groups that I go to another wine and so i. I don't know how winds made exactly like there's something. I'm still wanting to learn but trying wine side-by-side now. Hey you grew this and so when you grew this or trying wines there you know from right next door to my stuff and it's like what's the difference like your twenty feet away from me. That's even seen those goals you know. I honestly wish I could show all the guys at work. I tried his wines. You guys your guys. Labor went into this. Because you know. I don't think you write all that on a wine bottle and you know a lot of people. Don't see that I've seen you know. There is some wineries now. Do you know take photos of our workers take them pictures and you know. They have that in their winery. As you know you're trying wine amateur people notice but I'm sure you know one out of ten people see it and it has to get noticed that one person goes until deals. Hey he feels photos or did you see that wind. We came from this vineyard. You know it's amazing like it's amazing to know I grew that and it was made into that honestly as an lesser now like last year was one of the biggest accomplishment having winemakers come and say this some of the best. I've had ten years. You know I have to pat myself on the back for those things. It's like there's no way even buying grapes. For Ten years in your. Tell me this best. You've had two years in a row like that's a compliment for me but I says compliment for all of us you know and if I can ride it on the board and put it out there those guys like I'm sure they love it you know like hey you guys these appreciate everything you're doing and like. I said I'm sure that just has to make somebody happy. I've made me feel that way. I'm sure the guys would love it. You know you have a daughter you said you have any more kids than I have two daughters seven and eight still. I don't know where they're going to go to too young for me to decide yet. Yeah but they're both crazy open-minded like I am so I can't complain a single data right now. So you know. That's fun like I said. I have a fulltime managing job and still be a full-time dad. So that keeps me on my toes. I'm really I'm really UNIM- always pushing myself more like you mentioned earlier. I'm at the gym at three in the morning. You know people say you're crazy people say you don't sleep as I just made it a routine. I love to compare things Jim. That's the reason. Why go the gym? So much you know lifting weights Pushing myself you know two different things that I haven't done lived heavyweight that I haven't before same with work. I see most of the time you know. I compare that to work. It's like I'll try something I haven't tried. You know nine hour days not really in different than six day Computer regularly really different than you know. Standing out in the field. It's just that minding and I I don't know if maturity. I don't think I've used that word before. But maybe it is I became more mature. Like okay you know. I Have Goals I. Have you know a future here? So why not use it? I became really big on like I said just time. Wise in me's in my time for something that's worth it. I like. I said my daughter's the same way like the real young still. Can't you know I don't know where they're going yet? But you know they have opportunities for everything. They want to try something they tried. So that's GonNa be the fun part raising them I guess. How do you manage being a single dad and doing all the work that you do here and just life honestly I have no idea? I've gone that question a lot but I honestly feel like I'm killing it like I said this year or is like February third actually made it a year every day going to gym three in the morning. You know an Andrew is like. Wow you did it you know. He's like during harvesting or Guitar Day. That was three morning at the gym. And I said I just like to push myself. I'm still young so I could be wasting money. I could be but it's like if I push myself and said these goals for myself it's like why not Even now like how you said I feel like I'm busy. I'm managing a business. I'm still learning so I can't say I have it on stress. Free Two little girls. There's no way that's not stressful. But even now like I'm pushing myself to partner up to open up a gym There's too much on your plate but it's like you know who else is GonNa do. Nobody and that's why I put into my head is like there's opportunities out there for everybody so if I were help somebody with that. If it's my workers a friend myself to learn even if I felt like I think what's motivated me. The most is that as younger aged through eighteen hours overeat overweight quiet kid. That's what I was. I was overweight quite kid so when I seen ahead opportunities and now jumping here like I made a huge step from working. You know Forty forty hour week job for two or three years to jumped into position. Now is a huge step. Agnes already taken advantage of like. I'm not gonNA waste time anymore. Then he stuff. You have two little girls that I can't say I'm bored with. There's no exam. Boarded seventy eight year old. Yeah a management position. I can't say I'm bored Like I said whether wise water wise harvest wise. I can't say I'm bored. I can't say no what's going to happen tomorrow. Same with the gym. It's like I'm not perfect so why not push myself. So that's what kept me like I said I don't know it's it's I. I'm like I said I've ever used maturity like I don't know if that's changed or not but I know I'm doing something good. I know I'm doing something. That's keeping me motivated. I sort of people. Now tell me. Hey how are you doing? How are we doing? And I'm like I just get my ass up I have. I just get my ass up and you you have the chance. He I WANNA do that. Okay you know show but three in the morning. I'm tuned charge charge me. Nothing show because like it's it's sad but it's like give those people opportunities and if you get one out of ten to do like that makes you feel better than charging somebody. Hey I'm going to thirty two hundred bucks this so that's where I'm at now. I feel like I've had a huge opportunity so I'm trying to give back to everybody else. Everybody's around Me Andrews. Thirty eight thirty seven so about ten years looming and you know he says you're in a position that I was never at that age. That's why I put my hands like I have no time to waste. No more like why not. Just put my head down and keep running and you meet losing weight. That was a huge thing. I believe I doubted myself a lot before. But it's like now I put my head down run for it and it's like nobody stopping me. You know if anybody stops it's going to be myself was the key to losing weight. Was it the working out or changing your diet or thing. I just wanted to change. I said I was tired of I was just tired of it. I used to run in. Run in. Run is to run some times. Where at my mom? Hey I'm not gonNA make it back you know and it's like now. I've gotten smarter like I said working out lies a year working out doing programs helping a buddy build programs. You know having him asking now. Hey It's partnership and opened another gym like you know. I know I'm doing something right and I believe that's where people that's what puts me out from everybody else and I know Anderson that is like I'm willing to go for it. I'm willing to try and I'll do over and over and over any some people will be like. Oh I didn't see this happen as soon as I. It's GonNa Happen as time that if you don't try anyways time it's not going to happen touched it. I can't tell myself right now. Hey I'M GONNA MESS UP. I'm GonNa feel like you know I'm sitting here. I've never done this before. They've makes me nervous but it's like. Hey you know I do these. The whole podcast there. I've never done it. I've never spoken on a microphone. Never you know so I do it once you know. Hopefully Caesar next time. And hopefully there's an X. time and I don't see why there isn't an answer could there's an opportunity talk about your tattoos. You got a lot of them too. Many of them Same thing I'm not sure. I GOT TATTOOS. I have owned. My arm is family Daughters nephews sisters I don't know I got tattoos. I just I believe and I lost weight..
How Canticos Creator Susie Jaramillo Built an Inclusive Kids' Brand
"Had a meal knows how to build a brand for years. She led one of the top multicultural creative agencies in the US then she decided to apply that expertise for brand of her own encompass a media company that designs develops and distributes animated films books and Apps Today Day. I'm in Suzy's home in Brooklyn hoping to absorb her wisdom on branding pivoting mid-career instinct focused on the purpose. That drives her business suzie. I was planning on starting this interview by telling you that because I know interview new. I've been singing this by ethos and we're seeing that in my home all the time of But Wow I am with you on a big day for you. Yeah it's it's a very exciting day. Two two million dollars raised in an oversubscribed seed round. Yeah it's very exciting. That's got to feel good. It the imprinting is really shows how people really get the opportunity. It shows how you know. The investment community really understands who need for content and for brands hands that appeal to diverse markets diverse kids to raise families. What was it like to walk into those rooms and make those pitches it it was? I'M NOT GONNA lie. It's a little intimidating because Because I don't come from finance I've never raise is money before I got to walk in with my partner. WHO's amazing and I have a fundamental belief that if you be true to yourself everything else will follow? It was my job in those rooms to tell the story. That's all I had to do by also really felt I walked into every single Thinking if this to be it will happen. If this is not meant to be it will not happen and and that is a wonderful way of like letting go of all of your fears. I've always believed that like fears for rich people right there with insecurity. Those are like luxuries. I can't really afford so I would just walk in like okay. This is what we're doing. This is what we're doing it. It makes complete sense to us if you would like to be a part of this in help purpose built. You are welcome if you have a if you really question this opportunity if you question this market if you don't believe in what we're doing we're probably not the right fit for you you you say. Your premise is simple when in reality what you're trying to do is very complicated Build beloved brands and tell authentic stories create content inspired by a world of culture US media and technology as a force for good. Those are not simple goals. Susie you know one at a time name I I like to say you can do everything just not at once not all at once and you put one foot in front of the other. If you're gonNA build a brand it might as well. Maybe a beloved brands that stands the test of time right. If you're going to build a brand it might as well have substance. It might as well have stories if you come from a diverse this culture you might as well tell your story You might as well elevate your community And if you're an artist if you're a creative I think you you do your best when you serve when you are true to your community when you're a true to your values and when you are to the message that you think needs needs to be told at a given point in time and I think right now it's really important that our stories be told the way we wanna tell them who you say you knew what was missing in the market. What was missing? Well it's kind of funny so I I came from the advertising space and I'm GonNa just do the setup I in on a regular basis. I pitched the the multiple markets the Latino opportunity. In how how how much How powerful this market was? Did you ever get to a point where you would say. They're the most brand loyal group American. Almost gag from the fact that you have us us my my frustration with his with the Latin communities that they don't demand more they don't demand more from their media companies more from the companies that they buy from their market. It gets taken for granted completely and that was the massive source of frustration for me. It's like sure they they watch these media outlets because they're the only ones that cater to them and didn't want to tell their stories and I was like I love these cultures. I lived these cultures and so I felt that okay. So here's a business opportunity. Now you know because on a regular basis. I'm pitching this business. Yeah I know that these These my most of my clients are not really going to do much because they can. I just want to do what's good enough And I was having babies and I was kind I'm done mentally done with. Advertising was okay this is. I'm not doing what I was supposed to do. I know that you have this little inside voice. It's the little voice that tells you you know. This would be a a really good idea. You could do this really well And I wasn't drawing. I'm an artist by trade. What I studied? That's what I'm best at and I was like like you know what there's a massive opportunity to do. Wonderful beautiful illustrated stories animated projects for in my my case in the Latin community. And I'm not going to do it here in the advertising agency let me at least in a low hanging fruit I mean where my board books that celebrate my Latin culture whereas Los dos elsewhere it whereas Valencia. And I was like if I don't do this someone else is GonNa do it. They're going to do it badly. And I'm going to be so I'm going to be so are a lot of people that have done about it. I mean wouldn't you. I've had the experience of going to buy Spanish language books for my child and I was not a lot on the shelf. A lot of what's on the shelf. Feels like it was an afterthought sims my husband's like did they run this through Google translate to like do they have an actual Spanish Naggar. Who wrote that's what what when you actually looked at the market? What wasn't there so most of what you would find in terms of board books were translations thousands of American nursery rhymes or translations of American classics important books? Eric Carlyle Dr Seuss in Spanish right. But you couldn't couldn't find the witty wonderful issue rhymes that actually come from that culture which also matters because those things are written to rhyme in a way that helps you learned and some basics of language doesn't work in transliteration exit also so so that was my talent right because I if we can sing twinkle twinkle star in Spanish why why can't the American markets signals produce in English. Why can't Arner three rhymes be American classics? We're a part of this tapestry. Now so part of my challenge as a kid who grew up. Dr Seuss was let me take all of these wonderful nursery rhymes and interpret them in English. And I want American kids to sing thing little. Ticky squeaky wheel feel you know what I mean and understand these nursery rhymes and seeing them in English and this this way the Spanish will be closer took the culture will be closer to them because part of our responsibility as cultural ambassadors is to bring the cultures closer together whether it be through language anguish whether through pre culture are. It doesn't matter like if I have a little American kid singing in English a little Latin. Could we'll get excited. They we know it right. Even though it's an English familiar to them anyways I just wanted to make it easier for everybody. So how did you start. I didn't know exactly what this would look like. I knew it would be a brand. I knew it would celebrate all these adorable little characters. Start starring Little Ticky Pretty cute right But I didn't know how I was GONNA do it. However it just made sense to start with board bucks and I wanted the board books to be reversible and lift the flap so for someone who doesn't have a child aboard book book is a Board Book is a thick heavy book that a kid will not tear easily critical thing understand? We're on it. I will survive you you wanted. It's like Xuan ability imports. And here's here's another part this is. This is a book that has very few words. So if you're an artist it's it's low hanging fruit. It's a book that relies heavier on art that it does than it does on on Written prose so you can do a board book with one nursery tree rhyme so I was like oh my gosh. This is a series. It's mother goose for the for the Latino community but it I personally find bilingual. Books oftentimes sometimes cumbersome because it's two languages that they throw at you at on the same page and it's it's it's cumbersome and I wanted to do this. In a different format I wanted reversible board books because because with reversible board books you can read it in in Spanish in one language and when the kid goes again again okay again. Let's written English so you get to read to the child one on language at a time and you instilled them in the love for languages with the repetition and then they're able to appreciate things like phonics and music and early literacy excuses skills one at a time so I wanted to explore that new format which I've never seen done with books here in the United States and and I had it in my head like I gotta do this gotTa do this but of course life takes over right ahead. At the time I had two little kids I had a four year old and a two and a half year old and the two and a half year old was starting pre pre K.. Like two days a week two and a half days a week in a little playgroup in a church basement and she. He did not want to go to her group and she was throwing all kinds of temper tantrums and being the sucker that I was I decide. Okay I will leave. I'll sit here for four hours or at least maybe half an hour until you let me go and I was in a church basement with there was no internet so I couldn't read the news on my phone. Which is normally what I would have done so I grab some construction paper? And I started mapping out my little stickies book the first book that we did and when I saw how the format actually really worked and how I could lift the flap into peel and how I could make the create a wheel and make the the hen run to go get the the corn. I got really excited and that was just the START I hey. I had a fully illustrated book two weeks later because I got so excited. I just immediately start drawing illustrated and then after that I just started the next book. Okay now I'm GonNa do elephants now because one think I knew from my time as a creative is that you can talk all day long. But if you don't show people something they cannot imagine at the battles of so you know if you and if you can't do the due diligence of believing in yourself and fleshing out your idea yourself will then it's not their responsibility to like project act a made up vision of what you could do into the air so it is important that you just do it that you just you know you know. It's funny because oftentimes people will tell me. Well how did did you find the time to do it and Blah Blah and. I just think it's important to know that you will never find the time nobody ever finds time. You make the time if you really want to do something thank you just do it and everything else has followed since
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"I migrant children from thirty two countries being taught how to read and how to act in the classroom at the Los Americas newcomers school in Houston where Marie Marino is the principal as soon as they walk in the door we want them to feel welcome feel safe some children may be frightened by the sound of a helicopter or other reminders of military conflicts in their homeland and others disrupt classes by turning unfamiliar light switches on and off at the Valencia newcomers school in Phoenix ten year old Rebecca cow what says she was raised in Uganda they lack the school because fifty the teacher English educators worry though with president trump lowering the cap on refugees to a historic low will the funding be there for their schools going forward I'm Jackie Quinn
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"Island former president Jimmy Carter is out of the hospital as we hear from correspondent Nick Valencia will be able to spend thanksgiving holiday at home being released from Emory University hospital in Atlanta after being there for more than two weeks for a procedure on his brain to relieve pressure on his brain that pressure caused by a series of recent falls at the former president has suffered and want to be part of the statement released by the Carter center saying he and Mrs Carter look forward to enjoy thanksgiving at home they add that they're thankful for the prayers cards and notes they received and hope everyone will enjoy it will join and enjoying a special thanksgiving at ninety five Jimmy Carter is the oldest ever living at U. S.
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"Courteous fade out of very emotional memorial service last night in Santa Clarita for the fourteen year old Dominic Blackwell one to two students who was shop the death of Saugus high by his classmate speakers describing the boys Brighton compassionate had a mystical sense of humor was loved by all is grown mother talked to CBS too the sad part is Arafat has been without of children in college calling over there and do we know where to go the other student killed by the classmate fifteen year old grace in mold meal burger was also remember this was on Saturday at a memorial service in Valencia
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"valencia" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News
"Wanting to score his first podium any road like it And he came closer than he ever has. At least in the middleweight class. He almost scored a podium back in. Modo three. But Manzi on that last lap. I don't know if you guys noticed this or not. But when he passed Navarro at one point it looked like he came from a half mile back to take third. I have no clue how he made up that that much. Ground going into the Corner Eh. made it stick without wrecking or running wide or running into Navarro And that was a lot of fun. But obviously Navarro's corner speed eventually won out and he ended up finishing the year with another podium. Even if he couldn't muster up a win and the last right. I WanNa talk about in this mode to race Alex Marquez. And here's the thing with me OK. Alex wrecked not a big deal at all though it could have been. We'll talk about that in a second as well but he got back up on the bike and he finished and that was cool he finished because it was in Spain he won the championship and everything. But come on man. You don't finish thirtieth and then do a championship victory celebration in the gravel trap. I mean I understand understand because Mark Canada did the same thing they did the fireworks. It wasn't that big of a deal. They should left the dart at home. If they would have just done the fireworks it would have been fine really what he should have done. Stop stop go over there. Climb up the fence wave to the fan club you know celebrate with them. Fireworks are okay. The Dart they should have just left a dart in sepangar wherever it was set of the podium in this brad been there his third win in a row. His fifth of the season and all of those victories have come since the rebel ring phenomenal. Second half of the season for him and great closer for Tom Lucy. He ends the year with four consecutive podiums. Sadly though not only does it come too. Who Late for the championship? But it also comes too late for second overall and then Hey Navarro he was thirteenth and fourteenth and his first two Mo- two seasons so then he moves over to speed up and I mean. Wow what a turnaround. What a season eight podiums on the air? He winds up fourth overall in the championship and speaking of the championship Alex Marquez of course had already won the Motoo title him Man. That timing couldn't have been any better for him to have the season he had with the result Zolt. He had for two reasons number one. He wins this championship at exactly the right time. When a rep salt factory becomes unexpectedly available and the number two? He does it in a year. Where Brad Bender stumbles out of the gate because if the KTM writer had not started the year so badly Ma'am what could have been? It would have been phenomenal battle. Right down to Valencia between those two guys because bender finished the year. Get this three three three points behind little marquess and hopefully I did say Alex. The entire time on the having to settle for third in the championship Navarro The aforementioned and fourth as he finishes his breakout season and Augusta Fernandez rounds out the top five with very strong middle part of the season with a couple of wins in there. I think three But he wasn't all that strong at the beginning and the end. That was the difference for him. And Bobby Ojeda Antonio wins the two thousand eighteen rookie of the year title and Motoo so with excellent racism moto three ammo to do. The pressure was on for the Premiere class to wrap up the season in spectacular style and it certainly was interesting and exciting for eight laps. Then mark marquess past Fabio cultural and that that was all she wrote Even the battle for third between Jack Miller Andre Video so and Alex rinsed fizzled out eventually. But that doesn't mean we don't have something to talk about multiple things actually to talk about in this race and we'll start with Marquez because Marquez's has is winning run wasn't just big because it was his twelfth victory of the season although that's pretty impressive but because with that victory he singlehandedly Diddley. He did. He beat out both factory to Kati riders to win the team championship and the triple crown for Honda. Well actually we do have to be honest here because he didn't do it all by himself. Because in the end Lorenzo and stuff rattled there points did make the difference without Lorenzo scoring some points without brattle scoring a couple of points then marked by himself. Couldn't beat both Danilo Petrucci and Andrea Da Vinci. Also but I mean we gotta be honest. There's no question that it was marks effort the last three or four races of the season that brought an and incredibly unlikely team championship home to the Repsol Honda Garage and it only adds to his legendary season. I mean look at these. Number's four hundred and twenty points. Nineteen races but four hundred twenty points. Twelve victories only one race one race ace all season long where he failed to finish either first or second and of course that was when he wrecked out of the lead in Texas even mark himself in park like I said. I'm not sure I can do this again. It was so close to perfect. I'm not quite sure. I can replicate it. I mean this was up there with you. Know Lorenzo in two thousand thousand ten with mcadoo in in nineteen ninety-seven with Valentino Rossi. And say two thousand and two two thousand three two thousand four in that area. I mean one one of the best seasons. Although it's arguable definitely arguable you could go back to any of those riders. I just mentioned plus a couple of others and say that they had equally as good of a season but when you talk about just the stranglehold that he had on the competition right up there with the best of doing 'em Rossi and all of the other Mo- GP greats rates. And I think that just as important almost as important to wrap up the season once again Mark Marquez was able to establish that even though Fabio Quattro Wpro is shaping up to be a real challenge to his title to His throne that the rookie and Yamaha still have some work to do if Fabio wants to keep up and honestly. That's pretty much how you would expect mark to finish this particular season by doing something incredible winning the team title and by making that kind of statement into the competition that no. No you're not GonNa get to me yet. Maybe one day but not today so I think you're really summed up for the most part his two thousand nineteen season but Wabe Okwara got beat. Remember we've got to keep in mind whenever we talk about Fabio. He's a rookie. I satellite team. And he's he's still not on exactly the same equipment as factory guys. That's coming next year yet. He still able to keep touch with mark heathen finished that far behind Marc Marquez. Yes on a day. When mark was stunningly? Good victory or not that was an amazing performance by Fabio Sharara. And you know. I've talked about this past couple of weeks. We've got to always remember that. He's writing for a satellite team that he's a rookie because he's been so good after the first third of the season when he was trying to figure out the bike that but now we expect him to finish on the podium. We expect him to compete with mark. We expect them to be able to go out there and potentially even beat Marquez and so when he has a sixth or seventh the place finish we think oh man things are going well but they are. I mean any other satellite writer would be thrilled to have a sixth place finish cell and I have to remind myself all the time to that. Hey we gotta give him some time. I mean he's still developing he still doesn't have the best bike yet. And when you think about this race it makes it all the more impressive when you think of it in that perspective. Because he did this on a day finished second on a day when Yamaha wasn't all that good I mean he finished nearly seven seconds ahead of Maverick Fan. y'All isn't sex and nearly twenty two seconds ahead of Valentine Rossi back in eighth and for him to have seven podiums and six poles in his rookie season really early. All he has left to do on his wish list is get a win and then be able to challenge mark. And I'll say the same thing for Bobbio that had just said about Marc Marquez. This was a very fitting way for him to finish the season. One spot behind mark. Because he's the writer. We expect to be chasing Marc Marquez. Next season on and just like this was an important podium for the two riders in front of him. Because you know mark wins the team championship and Fob reinforces that he is going to be the Challenger next year it could turn out to be almost almost as big of a podium. For Jack Miller in Third Jack was fast but very inconsistent at the start of the season but he's lessen that gap between the peaks aches and valleys in the second half and in the process. He scored five podiums this year and this one was properly impressive. In fact I think this was his most impressive performance. It's over all of the entire year qualifies on the Front Row. Doesn't get or need any help from anyone falling down or having issues he was simply fast. He was fast from lights out. It was in the dry and at a place. That really isn't much of a do coty track at all and he does does it on the day when Danilo Petrucci out for the second time in three races essentially ceiling Dukakis fate in the team championship. So if SA- big F but if there's any truth to those rumors that Takata is considering a rider swap Jack's performance Sunday could very well be the deciding factor because if if they were on the fence about what to do this race probably made it pretty clear for them which direction they should go and keep in mind. Patricia did have win earlier in the season. But that was his. Success was really confined to that one area. Before that he was a contestant six place rider which was good then he had the podium. The wind the podium again will Jack Miller ended the season with a two more podiums than patrol did and of course ended the season much stronger than Danila pitchy. so some other items. I WanNa talk about that. Didn't finish on the podium starting with John Zarco and Mike Gosh how lucky was Arco. That was such a scary incident when eagerly Cologne is by came flying through the gravel and right into a very unsuspecting Joan and I thought for sure at that point. I couldn't even watch the end of it. After the bike Kim. I was certain that he broke both ankles but he must have an awesome pair boots because in the end he was relatively okay. He was complaining of some ankle pain which is perfectly understandable but other than that. He said he was fine. They took him back to the pit box. He wrote on a scooter. Back to the pit box and that was that so it was really really. Hey good to not see him have to go to the hospital after that. Incident For Maverick Gaullism Valentino Rossi man coming off that momentum building first and fourth and Sapang hang they were positively disappointing in Valencia. And you could use worse words than that. Neither factory rider was able to hold a candle to five Fabio Quad Charro. Neither one was able to get anywhere close to the podium in this race. Hopefully those guys have something revolutionary to roll out in Tuesday's test because they they desperately need it and then for Halo Renzo all right well. He didn't finish fifth like I predicted but he did score some points. I mean it was mostly because a bunch of guys in front of Iraq. But still you take what you can get and he score points in his final race. I'm sure it was not the result. He wanted or the season Zain that he wanted or the decision career decision that he wanted but it was definitely great to see the tributes the reception. He got from the fans before and after the race and his team after the races. Well and speaking of last races have Syrian also had his last motor. GP Race for now at least and he scored a point as well. So congratulations to him. So you're podium and this one Marc Marquez. His twelfth victory of an astonishing two thousand eighteen season and it also wins the triple crown for Honda and the team. Championship Fabio Abiocor. Ro Finishes Second Locks Down The independent writer title to go along with his rookie of the year and while he may not have one he definitely reinforced that he will be contender. In Two thousand twenty. As long as Yamaha gives him the best bike possible then rounding out the podium. Jack Miller is this the most important podium Miller's career the rumors are true then it very well could be but even if they aren't it was still a fantastic ride for Miller in this one in the championship Marc Marquez won won the two thousand nine hundred title by ready for this one hundred and fifty one points over Andrea the one hundred fifty one think about I second that means in hindsight. He could've sat out six races this year and still be dove by point. That's absolutely crazy. maverick Venezuela's did just well enough to hang onto third overall in the championship. Alex rings has to settle for fourth am with his seventh podium of the season. Coiro zero passes Danilo Petrucci for fifth overall and not only is he the second highest Yamaha and the championship but he beat out eight. He beat out eight.
"valencia" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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The woman who posted R. Kelly's $100,000 bond wants her money back. A judge said no.
"She tried to help out our Kelly and may end up costing her a lot of money no good deed goes unpunished especially for a woman named Valencia love her lawyer told the judge this week she didn't know what to fork over a hundred thousand dollars to bail on R. Kelly that he'd later re charged the federal level and one up in federal jail she paid that ten percent of his million dollar bond back in February to spring about of the county jail in Illinois no judge there says she might not get that money back judge Lawrence flood reading sections of papers love sign which included clear warnings that hundred large could end up being used for Kelly's legal fees and that she might never see
Woman who paid R. Kelly's $100K bond wants it back. A judge said no.
"So how about this are Kelly story today now let's talk about that this is wild so you remember back in February when R. Kelly was sitting in the cook county jail a twenty six in California after being charged with there's sex assault cases here in cook county and a mystery woman stepped forward to host a ten percent of the million dollars bond her name Valencia love she posted a hundred thousand dollars so are Kelly good could go free everyone was shocked that R. Kelly apparently didn't have the financial wherewithal to post his own bond and so this woman who owns a restaurant in blue island and I apparently met Kelly on a cruise or some place along the way steps forward and post bond for the singer. so he got to enjoy a couple of days on the outside you may remember he went straight from the cook county lock up to the old rocker home with don right downtown old cruising Spahn TV and I don't think you're supposed to say cruising spot like that well I thought it was kind of drive by and hang out outside wasn't that what yeah has he been use helicopters going going overhead etcetera well now of course a Mister Kelly is in federal custody after being hit with federal charges which supersede the local case typically and Valencia love his come forward her attorneys filed a motion in cook county saying Hey can our client get our money back she wants that hundred thousand back today a judge reportedly said no which when you think about it is a little surprising right because. bond money bail money has nothing to do with guilt or innocence is merely to basically provide some sort of collateral assuring that if we let you go you're gonna show up right corner. well he's in custody any where anytime soon but the judge said that ms love actually signed a document that says something to the effect of your money can be used in certain scenarios to pay for it for attorneys fees court costs and other things associated with this case so apparently was on that one grounds that he she's lose lose all the money. what we don't know that we don't know what would this mean R. Kelly is using that money from the woman who saved him and a tough time I think what the judge was saying is while Mr Callies finances are in question and they are. the money that was posted for bond could potentially be used to pay for his defense that's for you to read the fine print yeah. for work got to do that.
"valencia" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Can feel that you know people that you're trying to build relationships with other elected officials that you need can feel that and if you if you go ooh out approach to life you're not going to get very far so i would just say on a personal note that i'm part of that earlier generation as our listeners there's no and it you're speaking of and many times experience being the only woman in the room and i say constantly wherever i am dan it is so much better when you can share to work with other women and let your guard down and if you're feeling threatened <hes> you know the talk about it so i realized on really glad you mentioned that and i understand it because i think it was a totally different time and i've seen progress but still you you know or years ago or three years ago i found myself maybe to other women the room and it was a div that leave that meeting and go on needle confine them and ask them how to navigate something or how we were going to get our principals to turn their thinking or turn their direction so it's still it's getting a little easier but you know we saw ways to go my senior staff often last <hes>. We'll have a conversation like oh. It was exhausting. Today i had to the real world and deal with these other offices who aren't female ladder you know and so we laugh about it but it's still true we saw were to go but we have to understand the women that are ahead of us and the things that they've done and pay homage that and then the women that are coming up with new now at this age <hes> and and find our bridges to each other and support each other in the dust the way that we can. We'll speaking of supporting each other. We know that you've got lots to do. You feel that some of it i hope you'll come back and keep us posted so long as you <hes> i love that under full symposium and and all the rest of it so kelly any final words and then we say thank you yes i just i am so thrilled to see you know chicago and and really in a lot of ways illinois being led by women. I think it's it's so amazing to see and i i just i love the the work that you're doing and the ways is that that you're all working to try to make government more accessible and <hes> you know. It's just really fantastic so so thank you so much for that. Thank you thank you rebecca this. All things women as my favorite things might topics so i'm happy to come any time thinking thing the vote her in segment is a collaboration of two broad talking politics and author rebecca side our theme song called. Are you listening off of the album. Elephants shaped trees the band immunology and we're using it with permission of the band..
Hurricane Dorian intensifies as it heads toward US
"Dorian is intensifying over warm waters as it moves toward an expected landfall in Florida on Labor Day meteorologist Allison change are explained warm ocean temperatures are fuel for these types of storms and that's where it's going to sit basically for the next forty eight to seventy two hours really not having anything in its path to really in him that extra development Florida governor Rhonda Sanders has declared a state of emergency and is asking for federal assistance correspondent Nick Valencia reports stores were already running fin on supplies long lines already at the gas station in some parts of Florida here last night in Daytona beach area they ran out of water and some stores processing people filling up sandbags and doing everything they can to get prepared for what officials are bracing for it to be a very significant
"valencia" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"valencia" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"valencia" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"He minutes or so before Joe Valencia takes. We got a child. Well, we're going to have some fun. Let's hear some music, and then we'll talk. The guys from there. Chapin Joey how have you been just.
"valencia" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News
"List from the lengthy GP Suzuki continues to impress. They made the top five list. Probably the last four or five rounds. I think but they deserve. It mean they had two straight. Second place finishes for Alex rinse to close out the season podiums and five of the last six races for both factory routers. Combine you know, Suzuki is this close they are nearly ready to join the big three as podium Imre. Swing contenders. Just about every time out. They just have a little bit more to do in the engine department. So they're number four in the list. Rounding on my top five lists from the season finale and Valencia Yamaha tosses their chances out the window again two races to chances for valid. Tina Rossi to take the checkered flag in other one pans out. The upside is at the faster the downside is that they walk away with absolutely nothing to show for him. So the biggest surprise for me in this race definitely channel chew winning the mode with the kid was a blast on Saturday. He celebrated just qualifying if he had won the race. And then come back on Sunday in a field stacked with that much talent. And to beat them. All nobody really saw that one coming. Biggest disappointment for me. He came reasonably close, but Dani Pedrosa could not finish off his career with one more podium. I don't care who you are. That would have been a great story. If after going all season long, not getting on the podium, if you would've come the Valencia in front of all the hometown fans gotten Neo inducted into the hall of fame and then finish things off with that one last top three finish. He tried man. He wasn't too far off. But unfortunately, it wasn't meant to be for me. That was the big. Disappointment. All right. Let's move onto some motive GP news. A one of the biggest stories coming out of the Valenti weekend in between Sunday and Tuesday. When the test started maverick fan y'all is announcing that he was going to change his number. He goes from number twenty five to the number twelve now number twelve have been taken by Thomas Luther Luther, of course is not in a motor GP anymore. So that number was available MAB jumped over to get if he said it was number used when he was growing up, and it was a way for him to start over again. And of course, a way for him to sell a lot more merch. So I'm sure that Yamaha and complaining too much about the number changes. Specially if he takes off with the new number the way he did when he first came to the Amaha and after the first test session he's trying we'll have to see if it translates to better lock and more wins next season more success next.
"valencia" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News
"Click the like button, right below Margot. Semen shell. I would totally appreciate it. And then join in the conversation. You can talk about anything you want to try to post a below the shows. But if you put it in the visitors come in section, that's fine too. I read them all and I try and get as many as possibly can on the show. This is a really long show. So I didn't get to every single one in apologize for that. But keep posting and I promise through the off season. We'll get to as many of your comments as a possibly can. So with that being said Facebook dot com slash mode week dot net. Go there post your comments. Let's get down to it the rundown for today's show, we will start with your Facebook comments. And you guys are already looking forward to the two thousand nineteen season. So we'll chat about what you had to say. Plus, I'll tell you everything you need to know about the motor GP dot com. Black Friday deal that's going on right now. I hope it's going to be going on the entire weekend. If I e too late or you listen to the show too late. I'm sorry about it. But right now, you can go to GP dot com and get offseason video pass for one euro, which is a heck of a deal. But there's some other stuff that goes along with it. So stick around I'll tell you everything you need to know. Then we'll do my top buy things from the Valencia GP will dive into some GP news maverick vanilla. Of course, changing numbers for the two thousand eighteen season. If you saw the Valencia test, you already know about that is Casey Stoner coming back to Honda. Oh, he might. But there's one person that absolutely does not want to see that happen. And he might be the only person who can prevent it from happening. So we'll chat about that. And enjoy a mere actually ran a secret motor GP test session that they didn't tell anybody about until after the year was done. I'll tell you why. It was a really smart thing for Suzuki to do that or up up the first half of the show, and we come back from the break. It is all about the Valencia test. The results the fourteen riders within one second of one another for the top of the time sheet. The teams what every single manufacturer brought to the test, and what they were trying to accomplish the top riders who impressed and also the guys who left the session scratching their head. And then my stars of the show for the. She attests. All right. So let's get things started. With your Facebook comments will kick things off with Mick who says, hey, it's only been a few days since the two thousand eighteen season already feeling empty inside. What do I do? Who make I've got the perfect answer. The two thousand eighteen season is the perfect answer. But the kind of perfect answer is keep listening to the show..
"valencia" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News
"This would be the place in the right? To do it especially Spago, and they have a lot to raise for two because they're only a couple of points ahead of apprecia- in the manufacturer's standings. So they wanna break out something big. This would be the opportune time and probably meanwhile is basically going to be just hanging on to get to the finish line. Now, that's not where they wanna be. Because like I said they are just two points behind him in the manufacturer savings and only six points back in the team rankings. So Sunday would be the perfect opportunity for them as well to shake things up a bit and take some serious momentum into the offseason by besting KTM. But that's gonna be a really tall order because Alisher Spago is kind of atop Tim writer here when he doesn't have any issues and that might help especially in terms of the constructors standings. But when it comes to the team competition is gonna need some help from the guy on the other side of the garage. And I'm not quite sure Scott reading is going to be up to the task, even if he does have a totally awesome repaint scheme. I think both of those bikes are going to have a totally awesome paint scheme for this race. Some not expecting much out of a really I think based on past performance here. That Katy of the riders not surly the bikes that KTM has a much better shot of holding off appropriate in both the team and constructor points. So those are the manufacturers heading into this weekend's race. Now, it's time to get down to business and talk about the contenders. We gotta start with Marc Marquez. And you know, Mark may only have one victory in Valencia. But that should not temper your expectations of the two thousand eighteen champ this weekend. He's never never finished off the podium emoji peac Shen in the season finale, and you've got to keep in mind that more often than not he hasn't needed to push extraordinaries. I mean, it's kind of been more of a perennial victory lap in front of the throngs of hometown fans. But here's the thing when it comes to Mark this weekend. Yes, he's definitely in the same position. He's been in in the recent past where he's already won the title. He doesn't really have a reason to go out and win this race. I get that. But unlike those other years, his main competition has always been Horia, Lorenzo and Dan. Hippodromes up Lorenzo not one hundred percent right now. Dany Petrova not one hundred percent for a different reason right now. So that means it's up to Yamaha and sukey the put up a fight. So a speed on his side momentum on his side and not nearly as much competition as he normally faces in Valencia marks rider to beat. He's the one everybody is going to be targeting a moving onto the second place during the points on trade of its yo so and this is going to be an interesting weekend for him because he's coming off a disappointing performance. In Sapang Valencia, though offers both a challenge and an opportunity. The challenge is clear. He's got outpace his and Dukakis performance in the past here Dovy has Valencia podium, but that was on a Honda beyond that he has four top five results in his MotoGP career only one of those came onto Kati. It was a believe a fourth place back in two thousand fourteen but this is also as we alluded to earlier when we were talking about to Kati a big opportunity because a strong finisher would not only make up for. Sapang? But it would actually I think propel the organization forward in both confidence and direction because it would confirm what we saw out of Dovy and the bike in places..
"valencia" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News
"Actually, I'm after that crazy incident and SilverStone where he got hit by Franken Morbedelli's bike and had a severe break of his leg. Tito said he will be back on the bike again in Valencia but not in the race instead in the official season and test. Now that announcement also pretty much confirms what we thought but had. Been made official yet that Tito will in Deby continuing on with the Vinci to Qadi next season writing GPA eighteen Carell Abraham will be his new teammate on a GP seventeen. Savvier Semion will be headed off to Moto e and you know, after one of the most unusual multi bike incidence in a long time. It is really really good to see the Tito is back to the point where he can ride again. Even if he admits that he's not up to one hundred percent quite yet. After what he went through just to see him back on the bike at all is a really really good thing. But one rider, we will absolutely not be seeing on a bike in Valencia that I know of is Casey Stoner because Casey and do Coty have apparently both decided that he will not continue on as their test rider and brand ambassador at the conclusion of his current contract, which presumably finishes off at the end of the air. But I figure since the announcement is already been made. It's not like he's going to that's a magical appearance at Valencia on that bike. You know, it seems like he's been there for really long time as their test driver. But it really has. I've been in believe it or not Casey is only been with Duke Audi for three seasons, but it's really only been to because pretty much all of this year. He's been on the shelf after suffering shoulder injury and testing and having to have surgery on his arm. But, you know, the big Downer in this is that, you know, the combination of Casey Stoner and do Kadi is like the perfect recipe for drama and some of that came to the surface this year when Casey accused the team of not taking his advice on the development of the bike and saying that he wanted to be a test drive or not a poster boy for do Coty..
"valencia" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Valencia town center in valencia awesome town listening to heal listening to tim come with junior last night talking about awesome town and saying that you really can't name yourself awesome town someone else has to it's like coling yourself the cool guy you just can't do it like if somebody says hey there's the coup guy it's totally okay but gary and shannon out the westfield valencia town center we're going to shift some things around because of the the quality of the wine there um we were so hopeful to put all this together in a short amount of time because of the need this out there and we want to support that was us oh excellent so uh eh i just wanna go down the list this is for all of our stations here in los angeles kiss fm coast my fm real altes and of course a and five seventy kfi were out throughout southern california raising money for great great organizations like the red cross plus humane society of ventura county ellie fire department foundation and dove in turkey joining fire department widows and orphans assistance so it really is a great cause we're all over the place john and ken were supposed to be out there uh we will not have john akin out there today at the valencia center but we will have people collecting throughout the day right now let's get an update from chris on carlo going on there at the fire lines chris neil are sarma i'm good i'm scared i'm uh i'm up in kind of on the border here between summer lindan bonnet sito there's a there's a rage i'm like in the name the road because the nuba who is actually having problems with a lotta looking lose coming on offense mesnell traffic run here and there and their children everything out but um it it does offer just a panoramic view of this fire that creeping down the santa barbara front country here uh some modesty though of course got incredible you mm expensive shall we say homes uh that are is borrowed into the mountainside here and for the last uh last couple of days the fires thin flow we working its way along the ridge line three corpus yeah and eventually working its way in the direction of santa barbara firefighters of course wanted it to stop afford even get that far lending in the.