18 Burst results for "West San Francisco"

"west san francisco" Discussed on Mo Egger

Mo Egger

05:30 min | Last month

"west san francisco" Discussed on Mo Egger

"I'm here to hope that in twain. this is the first time bus for days. Come from the bench but until you guys it on time my base every day that income to the ball on when they tune in to help the team to win i mean make feel myself from coming in from the outside and then joining this team and kind of this midst of the struggle. What are you save from this team through this stretch. That's maybe different from the team. You've played against a good player. Are there like this team as there always were together like a farming industrial import for the team. Be the postseason. So i know we be above for the tough week ball honesty volume this team for some reason with on this position right now of the year. So we gotta keep playing Jeweled legal team. We can do to help in twin all right so there you go as dribble cabrera. Who finally did something could not come into big time. Yeah it would have been great if he would have hit a three run. Homer bud the way tyler molly pitch more importantly from that point forward the way the guys in the bullpen pitched was enough. Don't think you can. I don't think you can overstate the importance of winning today's game. Mechanically look you're in a race. It's tight you're behind a couple of teams every win counts every loss put you further and further behind the april a but also. There's who they have. Come into great american ballpark this weekend. The los angeles dodgers who are in a i mean they're in the postseason and right now holding onto the first wildcard spot. There's still just a game and a half out of first place in the national league. West san francisco is the team playing san diego today by the way that game scoreless in the second inning. Dodgers have a lot to play for in this weekend. They are throwing at you. Walker bueller max scherzer and clayton kershaw. Defending world series champions. Who are seventeen games better than you in the standings are coming to town and they're gonna throw to absolute aces and a guy in clayton kershaw. Who's been one of the best two or three pitchers of the last decade. Who's also by the way left handed. You had to wind today. You just for all the mechanical reasons this weekend saint louis insanity and san diego play against each other so on one. It's an opportunity every time you win this weekend. You're going to gain ground on one of those teams at the same time. Whatever games you lose this weekend you're going to lose ground to somebody who currently is in front of you. This team has had a hard time winning series. They've now lost seven straight. They lost this series. The odds are not in their favorite. Let's just call it what it is. They played well against dodgers in the three games. They've played against them this year. The odds are not in cincinnati's favor of winning this series in home. Maybe that breaks this weekend. Who knows the way baseball is. That's exactly what will happen. Can you imagine how just from an emotional standpoint above and beyond the mechanics of what they're trying to do in the standings from an emotional standpoint from the standpoint of were..

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Bellinger's Blunder in 8th Helps Giants Top Dodgers 2-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Bellinger's Blunder in 8th Helps Giants Top Dodgers 2-1

"In the opener of an important series between the first place giants in the second place Dodgers internationally west San Francisco beat LA two to one in the bottom of the eighth tied at one with two runners on Darren rough grounded out to second Max Muncy through first for one out but Cody Bellinger thought he could throw out buster Posey running to third base is there across the don was high and wide off the safety net and allowed Posey to score the winning run Tyler Rogers got the win in relief Jake McGee closed out the ninth for his twenty first save Riley on San Francisco

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"west san francisco" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

03:01 min | 3 months ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"It'll be your choice if someone's one what someone wants to go into a store or whatever with the fucking mascot like i'm not gonna be like. Oh you fucking dumb fuck your i mean. It's just you choice. Yeah i mean like if you restarted thinking about it the fucking number catch it for this The chinese the airtime. You mean the chinese so racist the fuck. You hit the whenever. You'd see the chinese tourists. When i know i know i would see this for back in the day when i see him and during their heard there were already headed the. Yeah because it was had like fucking fluids ruling forty beep and that one little fucking the tall one chinese dude. Who had the little fucking flag with him. I could see where the fuck stick together. They all were wearing masks. And i'm not your what the fuck is just. It's just a you know that's how they've been accustomed to the real deal They're out of town or they're from actually China or fucking over there from the west san francisco there were from. I guess from the motherland in further. And you know they they already say that fucking as it is people back or back since then. They were always wearing that because of the mass of pollution that they would have their because of the because of the way they fucking. Everything's fucking city. There's no trees or whatever the fuck because it's so fucking industrial and even then. I was like she's wallets weird and that's it thought about it. I didn't you and now at the point. Where i'm i'm also grab a mask and rockwood just rock one. Just because i don't i don't wanna hear shit i don't wanna see shit i'm not i'm not vaccinated. You know i'm gonna take few precautions just in case because i'm not i don't wanna fuck in you're taking your mundine should Donald fuck invited his. Do you body. This body does not ingested that is attrition ride deep fried or made with. This is our role this is. This is my town. Money live my life on the as a lot of everything could be my last live life to the fullest boy. I put a lot of money into this temple. Plug it up. But it's funny even even day people give me looks if you don't have your mask because i've been there's times are walking in it and i completely forget about it because i'm fucking bill. I'm talking to the lady or own fuck in talking to the kids and we we get down and people just give you that look like what the fuck with as i should. I fart like like what the fuck that i do. They fuck. By like i'm batman shitting fucking masculine. I want them to see. Why am i gonna cover shit. But having mean i heard somebody snicker some si- at a snicker target..

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"west san francisco" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Andrea fisher pottery dot com and then you can also Google Andrea Fisher and go to the find the YouTube channel as well. So Indian markets back on this year I'm very I'm very grateful and happy for all the artists. I know it's going to be done at a smaller scale. You're always there and very active during Indian market. What will you be doing this year? Well this year. What we're known for is something called the parade of the artists where we ask about 25 of our, um, wonderful and and and Talented artists to make something that's really special for this parade, and we it happens in the gallery. We put out the red carpet. They carry their pieces out, and I'm the person who tells until is out of school about them as they're parading their Uh, pots. And then those pieces are put on display and then the public can purchase them was a gallery is packed. I mean, so much. So please don't tell the fire Marshal's oh, but and people are, you know, peering in the windows and hanging out at the door. There's so many people we can hardly believe it. And so we decided that we would postpone that until next year. This year. We are going to do a selection of pieces by some native Americans that are no longer with us and some that are really the top people in their field. We have some great pieces by deceased artists like Margaret Tafoya and Maria Martinez. And unfortunately, Christine Macoris, whose life was claimed during by by the Covid. Um uh and, um and then some other, um living artists, which we hope will be there as well. We're featuring Richard Zane Smith, who we have done in several years past. His pieces are breathtaking. He he rolls that coils are in those parts that are is thin as angel hair pasta. And then makes these does these incredible designs on them. I'll tease someone. He's done demonstrations, telling him I'm going to bring flour and eggs, and maybe he could make us in pasta for lunch all the way he rolls on his his coils. But that is what we have on the agenda and next year will pick up on the parade of the artist again because it's been so popular. The artists love it. The audience loves it and me. To Yeah. Oh, my gosh. So if you want something fun to do, and some educational experience as well as good to admire beautiful pots and meet Andrea Fisher She's at 100 West San Francisco Street also, Derek, your son is also there. Um, thank you so much for being on coffee and culture. Today. I just really admire you for being able to provide this experience to all of us who want to go see or purchase as well as the artist who whose work you carry. So thanks for being here today. Thanks for everything you do. You are welcome. This has been fun. Good. Okay, everyone, You're listening to coffee and culture here on K T. R. C thanks again to and Andrea Fischer will.

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"west san francisco" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:45 min | 4 months ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Fisher. Of Andrea Fisher find pottery and her gallery Your gallery is at, um 100 West San Francisco Street. Yeah, Yeah. The corner of West San Francisco and don Gaspar Right before you drive into the plaza. Yeah, it's a great location. It's right on the corner. There you can go look in the window. Look at all the beautiful pottery. So during the pandemic, you like many other people, you know? Went, didn't started doing a lot of things online. Tell us about. You know how you made that move? Well, you know the creative juices start to flow. We didn't want any a cootie ridden, um, tourist coming in our front door when of it was spreading so quickly and and the potters in many cases were locked down in the pueblos and their annual income was Was, you know, gone? It disappeared. And so what we tried to do in the month of August is we tried to have it was like a little mini market for one individual, Uh, 20 days every week day during the month of August, and, uh, we would set up their pieces. And then we did something called conversations and demonstrations with the Potter's one on one for hours and hours and hours at the time, and um, rather than making it short and sweet And these are the pots we have for sale. It was our intention to make some really long because we felt we could go beyond just making a piece of pottery. And what came out was just absolutely incredible. Things that you would never know about those individuals. And I've known many of them for 40 years and, uh, things stories about their lives. Um, we're just absolutely absolutely incredible. Yeah. All done live on YouTube and they are still there. If you google Andrea Fisher, find pottery. Um, they, uh and my name will come up. You can see those 20 recorded Pieces. That's great. I mean, that's so interesting, So when we come back, I'd like to hear a little bit more about, um some of the interviews with folks that you did during the pandemic and also about your upcoming plans, which all are going to be doing for Indian market, which thankfully, is back on and also your relationships with both the collectors and the artist. I'm not sure we're gonna get to all of that. But you are listening to coffee and culture here on K T. R C. I'm Jennifer Viele. And I'm speaking with Andrea Fisher. She has Andrea Fisher find pottery downtown Santa Fe. We'll be.

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"west san francisco" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:50 min | 4 months ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Um, downtown Santa Fe called Andrea Fisher pottery, right? Andrea Fisher. Fine Pottery. Yes, you go. And you have had that gallery for 28 years. It hasn't always been in that location, right? We've been in this location for about 18 19 years will be down the street for a long time. Yeah, So tell us, you know, your gallery is really a mainstay in Santa Fe, and it's a terrific place to go Learn about Native American culture and American art. Through through all the different pottery that you sell there, But tell us a little bit about how you came to Santa Fe. Well, I should tell you that we consider the gallery to be an educational retail experience and try to put this much information out as possible. I came to Santa Fe in 1974 2 days before Nixon resigned. Oh, my gosh. Look, sort of when the dinosaurs roamed the earth, and, uh, I started the business. Uh, 28 years ago, and I came here because my ex husband had a new job loss. Almost and I didn't want to live in Los Alamos and Santa facing the long, long way for him to commute. So consequently I'm still living in the same house, which is in the Porky Valley halfway in between in Nocona, right? In beautiful downtown Kona. It's beautiful there. It's gorgeous. Um, and so that's why you came. And when you came. What did you first? Do? You know, when you were here? You worked at the wheel right for a little while. Right? Well, the first thing I did was take care of my 2.5 year old son. That was a number one on the agenda, and it really was to fire at the case Trading post at that well right Museum of American Indian for eight years. And decided to go out on my own. And when I looked around, so benefit, everybody had a little bit of everything. As far as Indian art was concerned, the only thing that separated them was price and quality, and it was a layer cake with with the museum called the Stuff at the top in the souvenirs at the bottom. What I decided to do is to cut the layer cake in the other direction. So that I would take one media and have the very top pieces and then the very best quality ones for for Liss, that look lower Price thinks right. So did you know very much about Native American Party trick Pottery Pueblo pottery before you moved here, Or was it really a lot of learning when she arrived here? It was a design major at the University of California at Berkeley, and there was a whole section within the design department called Primitive Art. That's what it was called them. I mean, mostly tribal right now. And so I had studied a lot. And I had been to the Southwest a few times but to have any sort of depth of knowledge. Uh, no, it wasn't there. I learned a lot when I wish at the Wheelwright Museum. And quite frankly, I learned something new every day. You're here We are 28 years out and Um, it never fails that something new pops up every single day. It's true, it's and this is a great a great place to live. Um, For that reason, I think I find there are many, many interesting people around doing really great work. And you're you know, that's what keeps you coming back every day, Right? Otherwise would be picking Cherries. Yeah, my orchard right now instead. Right, So let's just talk a little bit about Native American pottery. And if someone doesn't know, you know if they know net next to nothing about it and asked you for a little primer, what would you say? Well, one of the things we've done in the gallery to make life easier, because I know people learn different weight, and I'm a visual learner and other people. The only way things sink in as if they read it in the book. So we have both of those possibilities available here. We've we arrange the pots by area. So that you can get a sense of place and a sense of style and by putting the old pieces in the new pieces together by area, there's also that same sense of continuity. And of course, we have all the books that are in print, and some that aren't in print about Native American pottery from the Southwest, not the rest of the country, right, but definitely the Southwest. So pottery was always very utilitarian thing for, um, Native Americans. Um, and maybe there were some sometimes that they were. They created decorative things as well. But over the years, things have changed because people have been collecting it right. Well, this one of the reasons I believe that things have changed. Uh, yes, It was all utilitarian. After all. You know, you had to eat and so you needed, uh, containers to, uh, cooking. You needed to store your pieces of I mean your grains and the plants that you grew over the winner and Ceramics, where the I'll deal containers to do that in because they were dry. They were dark and they were rodent proof. So you know your crop wouldn't be eaten by some scoundrel. Uh, squirrel, and so consequently that they were strictly utilitarian, But you know, as people moved west in this country, there were Um, there was a fascination Bob, uh, the beauty of these utilitarian pieces and the native Americans. I mean, uh, they were smart enough to know that they have an audience and a marketplace and they began making pieces. For that market marketplace And then eventually those yellow utilitarian pieces, Uh, were put aside. It seems like Tupperware came in. They didn't need you know the store seeds and grains when you could go to the grocery store, and now you don't even need to store anything because you can go to the local drive and drive up window right and get him kneel there, but the pieces that are made now Almost exclusively are decorative. They are not utilitarian at all right. So I know that the big dough bowls right were also used to give the baby a bath, right? Back in those days. I A well, you know those big bulls. There are two kinds of those. I mean, they sort of fall into several categories. Ones. A Chili bowl that you would eat Adam once a dobel, which would make um the meal in or part of the meal in And then there were hair washing balls that were very deep that with the yucca plants, and you know the hours that you would use her shampoo that would be very deep, So you know, because you didn't Go to the beauty parlor. Uh, let's say your hair would go most of your life and they had to be deep enough to get all your hairy and so we could get it all nice and clean, right? Right. You're just joining us. You're listening to coffee and culture here on K T. R. C. I'm Jennifer Villa and I'm speaking with Andrea Fisher. Of Andrea Fisher find pottery and her gallery Your gallery is at, um 100 West San Francisco Street..

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"west san francisco" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:17 min | 4 months ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Know, because you didn't Go to the beauty parlor. Uh, let's say your hair would grow most of your life and they had to be deep enough to get all your hairy and so we could get it all nice and clean, right? Right. You're just joining us. You're listening to coffee and culture here on K T. R. C. I'm Jennifer Villa and I'm speaking with Andrea Fisher. Of Andrea Fisher find pottery and her gallery Your gallery is at, um 100 West San Francisco Street. Yeah, Yeah. The corner of West San Francisco and don Gaspar Right before you drive into the plaza. Yeah, it's a great location. It's right on the corner. There you can go look in the window. Look at all the beautiful pottery. So during the pandemic, you like many other people, you know? Went did started doing a lot of things online. Tell us about how you made that move. Well, you know the creative juices start to flow. We didn't want any cootie ridden, Um, tourist coming in our front door when of it was spreading so quickly and and the potters in many cases were locked down in the pueblos and Their annual income was was, you know, gone? It disappeared. And so what we tried to do in the month of August is we tried to have it. It was like a little mini market for one individual, Uh, 20 days every week day during the month of August and we would set up their pieces. And then we did something called conversations and demonstrations with the Potter's one on one for hours and hours and hours at the time, and um, rather than making it short and sweet and these are the pots we have for sale. It was our intention to make some really long because we felt we could go beyond just making Piece of pottery. And what came out was just absolutely incredible things that you would never know about those individuals. And I've known many of them for 40 years and, uh, things stories about their lives were just absolutely absolutely incredible. Yeah, We're all done live on YouTube, and they are still there. If you google Andrea Fisher, Fine Pottery, uh, they Uh and my name will come up. You can see those 20 recorded pieces. That's great. I mean, that's so interesting. So when we come back, I'd like to hear a little bit more about Some of the interviews with folks that you did during the pandemic and also about your upcoming plans. What you all are going to be doing for Indian market, which thankfully, is back on and also your relationships with both the collectors and the artist. I'm not sure we're going to get to all of that. But you are listening to coffee and culture here on K T. R. C. I'm Jennifer Viele and I'm speaking with Andrea Fisher. She has Andrea Fisher find pottery downtown Santa Fe. We'll be right back in just a few minutes. We'll be right back to coffee and culture. Here on K. TRC, Cenovus news talk leader only in Santa Fe and only at Fiesta Nissan. The time to trade in is now.

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"west san francisco" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on KOMO

"A digital download bundle of Sherlock Holmes and Sherlock Holmes. A game of shadows. Listen for your chance to win. Did you hear every weekday at 7 25 here on the Co Mo Morning news. Time now for a sports update with Tom Hustlers got to be quite an incentive to run for office in and of itself. Mike Minor tossed a two hitter with eight strikeouts. Jake Lamb, former Blanchet High School star, doubled at home and in his first game after signing with Oakland. And the A's beat Seattle I Nothing in the nightcap of a doubleheader. Seattle won this open or 65 rallying from a five nothing deficit to win, and they are still a game and a half behind Houston for second place and a playoff spot in the American League, West San Francisco in town, opening a two game Siri's tonight. No major injuries in a wake of Sunday's Seahawks season opener in Atlanta Coach Pete Carroll says they'll continue to monitor air quality here getting ready for Sunday's match up with the England We are concerned about it, and I don't know what that means as faras. You know what the likelihood is likelihood of practising outside Wait. See what numbers are. We take care of our guys first. So whatever's best, we'll do that. Jordan Morrison, the Sounders named a major League soccer League player of the week, a goal in three assists in a 71 rump over San Jose last Thursday, They'll host Lfc. Coming up this Friday. Sports attended 40 past each hour. Tom Butler. Come on, 7 42 right now stay with us for a look at traffic and weather and look at some of the morning's top stories next and now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready. Go. Oh, hi. Um Okay? Yes. We should talk about something kind of have to be put on the spot. Not sure what to say. But I know what I'm definitely not.

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"west san francisco" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on KOMO

"Not to cause more harm or jeopardize public safety. The demolition project at Seattle's Pier 58 is now under scrutiny from state and federal inspectors after Sunday's collapse. Get the update from comas. Cara. Customs inspectors with OSHA and labor and industries began gathering information into why 1/5 of the pier plunged into huge. It's out. Seven workers were on the pier when it went down to ended up in the water miners landing to the south and the aquarium to the north were not impacted by the collapse. We've been watching our water quality very closely. We've been testing. We shut our system's down. We're in open water system and then reopened them on positive, normal test. That have come out Alan Eyes goal is determined if there were any health and safety violations, and if this near catastrophe could have been prevented a process like this takes time we look at all aspects of the situation like this. The Department of Labor and Industry says both hold Ryan and Evergreen concrete cutting have been cited with serious violations on other jobs. All Ryan has appealed It's violations from a January incident. A new analysis from the Seattle City auditor's office shows dozens of bridges in Seattle or in What they describe as concerning condition on Ly 29% of the bridge is maintained by the Seattle Department of Transportation or in good condition. 65% are said to be fair. And that's what the West Seattle Bridge was labeled before. Severe cracks were discovered. 6% of the city's bridges are in poor condition. One of the worst is the Fairview Avenue North Bridge. It's 90 years old, and it was closed last year for replacement. Come on news time. 5 10. That's time for a camo sports update. Tom Hustlers here. Good morning. Good morning, Mike. Minor tossed a two hitter with eight strikeouts. Jake Land. The former Blanchet player, doubled in homered in his first game after siding with Oakland and the A's beat Seattle nine. Nothing The night cap of the doubleheader. But Seattle won the opener 65 and pretty exciting fashion a rabbit from a five nothing deficit, scoring twice in the sixth inning with two outs to earn the split. Seattle still a game and a half on Houston for second place and a playoff spot in the American League, West San Francisco comes in opening a two game Siri's tonight no major injuries in a wake of Sundays. Seahawks season opener in Atlanta, the only one reported defensive and Rasheem Green suffered a pinched nerve. Coach Pete Carroll says he'll be fine also says they'll continue to monitor air quality here as they prepare for Sunday's primetime game against New England and we are concerned about it, and I don't know what that means as faras. You know what the likelihood of likelihood of practising outside waits with numbers are. We'll take care of our guys first, so whatever's best, we'll do that We won't practice outside just to practice outside. If it's better inside will do that. We did that on Friday last week to take advantage of, you know, a better setting here and we'll just see how it goes. The Hawks are listed as 54 point favorites for that kickoff Sunday evening at 5 20. Jordan Morris of the Sounders, named Major League soccer Player of the week, had a goal in three assists in there. Seven on win over San Jose Thursday. The Marshall Island native Six schools five assists so far this MLS season sports attended £40 each hour. Tom Butler Come on news homeowners time. 5 12. There's more fallout.

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"west san francisco" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Heart radio goes one on one with Neal schon of journey to reflect on those who inspired and motivated him my dad was a big fan of Duke Ellington Count Basie you know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael bloom feels old club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west San Francisco introduced me to B. B. and I remember being on stage a baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham met bill Graham too was it was purchased you know amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists here are the Jabari M. songs that you found a number three the one I love this number two losing my religion this number one is the end of the world as we know it and I feel fine.

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"west san francisco" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Rounds for the heavyweight boxing title this week in two thousand four tan Griffey junior hits the five hundredth home run of his career Matt Morris tell the Cincinnati Reds beat the St Louis cardinals six in office and this week in twenty sixteen in the NBA finals the Cleveland Cavaliers win their first ever title defeating the Golden State Warriors forty three they're the first team to overcome a three to one deficit in the final and that's just some of what happened this week in sports history the weekend sports time capsule on radio I heart radio goes one on one with Neal schon of journey to reflect on those who inspired and motivated him my dad was a big fan of Duke Ellington Count Basie you know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael Bloomfield gold club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west San Francisco introduced me to B. B. and I remember being on stage a baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham that program to was it was just an amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Jon Bon Jovi to discuss his relationship with fans well I'd like to think that we made and shared a lot of members people and and mark points in their lives and because we grew up in public a young when I got a record deal all the **** in the armor were there to be seen and share but people were on that same journey that that I was on and grew up with us and around us and now next generation are but ultimately the messages were ones of optimism we always believed that the couple's half full not half empty keep listening to I heart radio for more Bon Jovi and all your.

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"west san francisco" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"You know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael bloom feels old club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west San Francisco introduced me to B. B. and I remember being on stage a baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham met bill Graham too was it was just an amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Brad Paisley to discuss when he began to consider being a singer as well as a guitar player there was a time when I was just absolutely it was like some quick times in the same but I knew the kind is when I saw Steve roll through and he was a friend of my road manager is now my roommate at the time I have ten but he it was friends with Steve and interviews man I got this in play and I saw this guy get a sang and played around stages plant all the leads incredible guitar player and I thought all you can sing and is you know because there weren't a lot of that going around any kind Clapton and in that's what I said that's one of the other places right keep listening to I heart radio for more Brad Paisley all your favorite artists three sixty four sixty eight hundred three four three sixty four sixty eight hundred three four three sixty four sixty optima tax relief some restrictions apply for complete.

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"west san francisco" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"You know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which was Michael Bloomfield gold club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west San Francisco introduced me to B. B. and I remember being on stage a baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham met bill Graham too was it was just an amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to talk about what he creatively enjoys the mera still to this day is the most exciting thing about what I do which is writing songs I like to write songs and this only thing really about all this that I really love you know all that said nine chit chat and I'm going on tour and and that and that's all right you know but for me making music is is the one that really sparks you know I'm ready to get off on you know yeah there's another night's does gigs were you complain yeah if you come off stage anything that's why I don't have to play I've just put the best gig I ever played I can die now and that and that's that's happened to me but if it would be nothing without the song keep listening to I heart radio for more Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Kenny Chesney asked what the secret is to writing so many great songs I honestly have the song since you know and I have to make a decision what I want to cut the song or not but I do have a great team around me and I can tell you that there's nothing that that makes me happier than to write a great song or record a great song and to see it you know make somebody smile and that the I say it a lot you know people go what's the best part of your job is the fact that for a.

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"west san francisco" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Ellington Count Basie you know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael bloom feels old club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west San Francisco introduced me to B. B. and I remember being on stage a baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham met bill Graham too was it was just an amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Darius Rucker to discuss why he is so supportive of our military Jake and Michael Frank at all those guys who had to leave their families and then I remember my best friend Rick Johannes his dad who was basically my father's guy told me to play golf is good he was so cool the only be in the man I am today and he was a navy captain on the summary and they were going to go with the six months and then I was so strong that family was I watched how strong he was I watched how when he came home the minute he stepped in the door he was bad and dollars doubles melodically and so now being out here I just don't go anywhere they asked me to go I can go and just to play to give those people who sacrifice their family and sacrifice their lives to give them an hour and a half with a whole heap listening to I.

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"west san francisco" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on KTRH

"You know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael Bloomfield gold club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west San Francisco introduced me to B. B. and I remember being on stage a baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham met though Graham too was it was purchased you know amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to reflect on what a big influence running obviously was on TV a reference when the Beatles came here at the at Sullivan Show in sixty three they came to America singing twist and shout a runny eyes he was already the first Michael Jackson worldwide with twist and shout so that's important keep listening to I heart radio for more Carlos Santana and all your favorite artists welcome back to the Riggleman shown everybody's favorite segment to my never ending consternation Iraq.

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"west san francisco" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"They were good still better they want the second best team in the NFC west San Francisco is better New Orleans was better Hey is that it's about sever Cisco data belong in the same field the point is this you have a quarterback they still gonna be there this year next year you're after that try to win the Superbowl prone at talen Rogers Richie and don't help at all by taking a quarterback I'm not concerned about a Rogers feelings see anybody who's making the argument JJ why you feel sorry for us no no that's not the point the point is I have a quarterback still went he's an icon I'm building around him he's a forty one thirty six I just got a lot of football left in a get him a receiver get a big time defensive back get him a player that can help win a championship your welcome to do that on exteriors the answer is no now he turns out to be a stud quarterback and takes the torch from Rogers looks a lot better era's gonna be ticked off but I'm ticked off is a Packer fan because my team should be trying to win a championship I made the NFC title game last year and mile see my general manager putting much of an emphasis on trying to get better for twenty twenty that is the issue not L. Rogers Felix Fornshell good stuff across the board might thanks Mike freedom across the way on the other side you guys were outstanding as always we calls we'll be back same time same place manana Allah Jerry coming up with the warm up you got boomer geo they're coming up.

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"west san francisco" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Game decided after will lots kicked a field goal with under ten seconds to go to forced the game into the overtime tied at twenty the Minnesota Vikings at one the talas decided to take the football and went on a nine play seventy five yard drive the big play being an over the top as from Kirk cousins to Adam Thielen it got him inside to five two plays later cousins again through the air a lob fade into the back of the end zone past two is tight end Kyle Rudolph who is in one on one coverage he got some separation he also created some separation by getting his arm extended they were viewed did touch down as I said Billy Jack he didn't sort of push off but there is no way in heck they're taking this score off the board and they did let it stand so the Minnesota Vikings pull yup said go into New Orleans did not go up to thirteen and three saying that makes it twice in the last three years the Vikings have banished the same from the playoffs they do so today twenty six to twenty so they know where their plan acts they go out to west San Francisco to take on the forty Niners the winner of the second game which is about to start in the next ten or fifteen minutes that would be illegal to the Seahawks know that they're going to Green Bay to take on the Packers that is been established I yesterday's action today's game or whatever it is you want to get into hit me up at eight five five two one two four two two seven when we punched up Zack **** couple people dropped off the line so they are wide open residents half hour old cold we do get aboard a as a P. eight five five two one two four two two seven three hours CBS sports update time his beat McCarty sports way Jody Kirk cousins with.

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"west san francisco" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"west san francisco" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Where are you? Located at six hundred north bay street. Veteran cemetery. Yes. Uh-huh. Yeah. Crossing the yeah. The actually the yeah. The local cemetery and the national cemetery there. Yeah. And it's a beautiful store to shop in. Yeah. And I'm sure you have it all decked out for the with beautiful flowers and things for this weekend to it looks wonderful on here. Okay. Well, thanks for being with us on the show today. And hope we'll get some people set your way tomorrow. Over there sometime. Thank you. All right. Bye. Bye. Okay. That was some of our friends over at market street, the redone and really spiff up version of the old albertsons store. That is diverse. Vargas center on the north side of Santa Fe that's about as close as stores there is to where I live out into suitcase. So I am always happy to have, you know, something that improves in quality in my own neighborhood. They've done a really good job on that. Well, let's see I wanted to mention one other thing, and this is happening this evening. And so you may have plans already, but the divine decadence chocolate challenge is happening this evening. It is at six o'clock. And it's at the Toronto hotel and spa that's over on west. San Francisco just off of the plaza a couple of blocks, and it's running ninety dollars this year. And it's always a really fun event and it benefits the patient programs and other services at medical center. I've had the great pleasure to judge that particular competition a number of years, and it is always delicious, and challenging thing to decide who the winner is in that. I am not available. On Saturday evening this time, so somebody else's getting the great the great job of judging those chocolate goodies that are being presented by a number of local chefs there's also order and there's music and silent auction. I've picked up a nice things of that auction in the past two. So anyway, go out and support if you can laugh Amelia medical center, they do great work. And if you can, you know, each to do good, I mean, what could be better than that. All right. We're gonna take a break here in just a minute. My in-studio guest is a young.

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