17 Burst results for "longfellow neighborhood"

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

03:14 min | 4 months ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"For the Monitor. Small businesses in Minneapolis were already having a precarious twenty twenty because of the pandemic. Then fifteen hundred were burned or looted during outrage over George Floyd's killing. Instead of anger or self, pity, many say their life's work can't compare to a life. A desire for racial justice and a distinct lack of self. Pity Unites Small Business Owners in Minneapolis longfellow neighborhood. They are attempting to recover from the fires, looting and vandalism that damaged or destroyed almost fifteen hundred businesses in the twin cities. The, neighborhood of five thousand residents, a mix of young families, downtown, workers and retirees absorbed perhaps the heaviest blow of any in Minneapolis and Saint Paul. The casualty list includes Grocery Drug and department stores, dozens of restaurants and cafes, the post office, a medical clinic and a two hundred unit, affordable housing complex that was under construction. Residents have rushed to ease the hardship of businesses by cleaning up debris and contributing to recovery funds and go fund me campaigns for rebuilding efforts yet for longfellow business owners, many of them people of Color, the outpouring neither obscures, nor alleviates an uncertain future as the krona virus clogs, the economy and the city struggles with enduring racial inequities. Most people who run small businesses don't see it as only job says Jay Mitch West Seattle the CO owner of Moon Palace books. They're part of the neighborhood and their customers are their neighbors the way we see it. We're in this together. The story was reported by Martin Coups in Minneapolis for the Monitor. Good governance and balancing sectarian interest have challenged successive Iraqi leaders. The assassination of key security analyst paints a revealing portrait of Baghdad struggles with Iran backed militias. Once seen as heroes in Iraq for their role in helping defeat Islamic state Shiite militias were one target of months of nationwide protests that began last October and led to the formation of a new government security analyst Hesham Hashemi long warned of the dangerous such armed groups pose to the rebuilding of the Iraqi state. His views made him a high value target. Analysts say and his assassination. July six has become a key episode in the escalating battle between Iraq's prime minister, and Iran backed militias that rejected government control. This is a calculated attack to send a message to the prime minister. Says Renard Mansour in Iraq expert at Chatham House in London. Analysts say the escalating fight against the militias has become an inflection point likely to shape the future of Iraqi governance and sovereignty. The picture that is emerging analysts suggest is sobering as popular as its campaigned against the militias is the new government has been unable to de power the attack Mr. Hashemi says Belkis Willy in Iraq specialist at human rights. Watch shows that these groups are absolutely convinced that there won't ever be a price to be paid. The story was reported by Scott Peterson.

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"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:07 min | 6 months ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"On the show at this moment our friend rob Williams from the Sheraton story who we've talked to many times for many different reasons and now we've got you here is the guy for another reason hello rob hello good afternoon so I do this every time but can you give a quick elevator speech for our listeners who maybe haven't heard of the shared an story about what exactly you do the Sherin story is a network of partners an organization locally here in Minnesota that focuses on food gaps for kids so when kids don't have access to the the meal programs typically available at school or through other typically government funded programs our biggest program of the weekend food programs we give kids food to take over the weekend we also do holiday breaks and summer breaks now we did a whole you know the sort of thank you to unexpected the food gap for kids look you know covert nineteen all of that and they're out of school I don't have that foundational food access at school and then now with the unrest in parts of Minneapolis and St Paul and elsewhere it's even more data more dire more difficult for families in that community those communities to get food because the you know the target and the carbon the other grocery stores are either either damaged or otherwise inhibited from being open can you tell us a little bit about Sanford Sanford it's a middle school right yes enter middle school is located about I think about five blocks from Lake Street in south Minneapolis the Longfellow neighborhood that's probably where I'm sorry to interrupt I just wanna get on tax for people why would ask about that just because that really sort of became I don't see a viral moment but people were seeing just the outpouring of donations at Sanford and and you guys were involved it was a viral active loves if you will the yep so the family that Sanford a lot of the kids live blood because live in that neighborhood I live close to Lake Street and all of a sudden with the sun roof there is a food desert that came out of nowhere because all the stores and and grocery stores and businesses are closed and so as well as mass transit rates to the buses are running so people can get around as easily and the some of the family the Sanford put out a message on Friday I believe just saying Hey we have a specifically eighty six kids for eighty six families that we want to get back the food too on Sunday can you put together can you know community Facebook social media can you put together book food and bring it here Sunday morning and the afternoon we'll give it to those families they called on Saturday morning saying this is become a lot bigger than we were planning which is accurate I came in they have the help basically run everything and so we came in on Sunday and provided food to about five hundred families that came through that afternoon and after all of that we still had about twenty thousand bags worth of food left over at the end of the day we had the black we have blocked traffic for about fourteen blocks sorry Longfellow neighborhood sorry about that I think it's for good reason sorry not sorry I guess and it's just the community response to serve those kids and families in those areas was overwhelming it was an emotional day people it became obviously we were not expecting that much food to be dropped off so you are dropping off food today all day and I hope you get everything organized we had probably a hundred people off the cuff no planning say it can help us go through everything we were there.

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"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:43 min | 6 months ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"A seven one dot com's list of resources that Star Tribune article I believe has the official George Floyd one I know that I think I think our show page link has that yeah on their behalf but what I will tell you is a lot of times if there is a media outlet reporting that the go fund me as legitimate then you can probably trusted I will also say if you just look on the go fund me page for what ever is the particular because you will see you should see a number of questions answered in terms of who is responsible where the money is going it's cetera and then make your judgment accordingly but there are a number of organizations and businesses whether it's a long Lake Street in north Minneapolis you know did you hear about that and I'd probably gonna miss pronounce it but make easy communications building so they had a a building it's a I'm there in the Longfellow neighborhood of Minneapolis they're building went up in flames over the last week and you know they they I think they just built this building last year and what they do is well they have a number of projects for native native use and I'm just looking through the error because I keep hearing about this one and I have not been to the go fund me page yet but again it was a huge tragedy that they're building went up and I know a number of their resources were taken away from them in that fire and they're raising they're raising money as well make sure we put that up on our on our links page when I was going to say specifically to that organization easy communications they have a given page a lot of these organizations you can go through give M. N. and groaning directly there too that we do have a caller on the line perfect sincere hi Kirsten Kirsten what who needs our help right now I love your neighbor food that's been organized with that yeah charges that the United Methodist Church okay about Avenue United Methodist and Helen they are collecting food from two to four in days and then they sort of food and get it over to Bethlehem Lutheran that's right in the heart of midway her facts getting out medical supply well not medical but diapers and that sort of thing and just really starting to get a family bag going halal food and focusing on ten of the community that they're serving there this is wonderful thank you so much how do we how do we send people to that information there is a household outlet no I'm sorry I made it I made it harder.

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"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:04 min | 6 months ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Our friend rob Williams from the Sheraton story who we've talked to many times for many different reasons and now we've got you here is the guy for another reason hello rob hello good afternoon so I do this every time but can you give a quick elevator speech for our listeners who maybe haven't heard of the shared an story about what exactly you do the second story is a network of partners an organization locally here in Minnesota that focuses on food gaps for kids so when kids don't have access to the the meal programs typically available at school or to other typically government funded programs I biggest program is a weekend food programs we give kids food to take home for the weekend we also do holiday breaks and summer breaks now we did a whole you know sort of unexpected food guide for kids look you know covered nineteen of them and they're out of school I don't have that foundational food access at school and then now with the unrest and parts of Minneapolis and St Paul and elsewhere it's even more diet more dire more difficult for families in that community those communities to get food because the you know the target in the cabin the other grocery stores are either either damaged or otherwise inhibited from being open can you tell us a little bit about Sanford Sanford it's a middle school right yes there's a middle school is located about five blocks from Lake Street in south Minneapolis Longfellow neighborhood that's probably where I'm sorry to interrupt I just want to text for people why would ask about that just because that really sort of became I don't see a viral moment but people were seeing just the outpouring of donations at Sanford and and you guys were involved it was a vital active loves if you will the yep so their families at Stanford a lot of the kids live broadly could live in that neighborhood I live close to Lake Street and all of a sudden with this unless there is some of the desert that came out of nowhere because all the stars and and grocery stores and businesses are closed and so as well as mass transit rates to the buses aren't running so people can get around as easily and the some of the family that they offered to put out a message on Friday I believe just saying Hey we have a specifically eighty six kids six family that we want to get back the food too on Sunday can you put together can you know community Facebook social media can you put together the food in bringing here Sunday morning and the afternoon we'll give it to those families they called on Saturday morning saying this is become a lot bigger than we were planning which is accurate amen the help basically run everything and so we came in on Sunday and provided food to about five hundred families that came through that afternoon and after all of that we still have about twenty thousand bags worth of food left over at the end of the day we had black we have blocked traffic for about fourteen blocks sorry about that I think it was for good reason sorry not sorry I guess yeah and it's just the community response to serve those kids and families in those areas was overwhelming it was an emotional day people it became obviously we were not expecting that much food to be dropped off so people are dropping off food today all day and I hope you get everything organized we had probably a hundred people off the cast no planning so they can help us go through.

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"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

12:13 min | 6 months ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Walls called in the National Guard today as looting broke out in Saint Paul and Minneapolis braced for another night of violence after rioting over the death of George Floyd handicapped African American man in police custody reduce parts of one neighborhood to a smoke links shambles the Minneapolis unrest ravaged several blocks in the Longfellow neighborhood was scattered rioting reaching for miles across the city it was the second consecutive night of sometimes violent protests following Floyd's death which was seen in a video that showed him gasping for breath while an officer kneeled on his neck for almost eight minutes in footage recorded by a bystander Floyd pleads that he cannot breathe until he slowly stops talking and stops moving another protest was announced for this evening near county offices in downtown Minneapolis some stores in the city and the suburbs closed early fearing more strife the city shut down its light rail system and all bus service out of safety concerns the governor's order did not say how many guard members had been mobilized and whether they would be in service tonight after calling in the guard the governor urged widespread changes in the wake of Floyd's death saying it's time to rebuild the city of the justice system and rebuild the relationship between law enforcement and that was their charge to protect Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey who's called for the immediate arrest and prosecution of officers Derek schaffen appealed for calm I am calling on everyone to keep the peace I'm imploring our city during our community imploring everyone of us to to keep the peace what under George Floyd's memory this is the opportunity to to to do so right now I'm I I I understand if you're angry I understand if you're hurting I understand if you're sad and by all means express yourselves I I will make sure to defend first amendment rights but when the first amendment rights begins to infringe on public safety we we do we need to make sure that that stops in the mail my core duty as mayor is to is to keep the peace and that duty doesn't end when times are difficult in fact it's even more important right now the brother and sister of George Floyd or calling for the Minneapolis police officers responsible for their brother's death to be charged with murder felonious Florida appeared on CNN after the second night of street protests which included property damage that stretch for miles and one man man found shot dead near a pawn shop I won't you know everybody to be peaceful right now but people are torn and hurt because they're tired of seeing black man got constantly over and over again you know I spoke to yup we're going to and mom and I also want to did you know her son could bring you give said he couldn't breathe but my brother said the same thing bait he couldn't breathe and nobody cared and these offices they need to be arrested right now they need to be arrested and held accountable about everything because these people want justice right now civil rights leaders the Reverend al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson are headed to Minneapolis to meet with community and religious leaders in the wake of the death in police custody of George Floyd died after that white officer kneeled on his neck for eight minutes ignoring his pleas that he couldn't breathe grand car the mother of Eric garner who died in New York in similar circumstances after pleading that he couldn't breathe is on her way to Minneapolis to federal authorities say in a statement that they're launching a robust criminal investigation into Floyd's death the statement says the justice department has made the investigation a top priority and has assigned experienced prosecutors and FBI criminal investigators to the matter hundreds of people protesting Floyd's death in police custody blocked a Los Angeles freeway damaging California highway patrol cars and possibly injuring a demonstrator the demonstration by black lives matter L. eight began downtown some protesters moved onto U. S. one oh one and arriving CHP car was surrounded and took off with some demonstrators on the hood after a window was smashed the window of a second highway patrol car was also shattered no arrests were reported Memphis police blocked a main thoroughfare after a racially mixed group of protesters gathered outside the police precinct the situation intensified later in the night with police donning riot gear and protesters standing shoulder to shoulder in front of officers stationed behind a barricade and a demonstration is reported to be under way tonight in Oakland in the downtown area an African American woman has filed suit against the San Leandro police department in the San Francisco Bay Area alleging brutality at the hands of officers which caused her miscarriage in two thousand nineteen the suit alleges officers forced emerald to blank out of the vehicle after a traffic stop when she asked to remain in the car and inform the officer she was pregnant the suit says officer piled on top of her and stomped on her stomach leaving a footprint on her pregnant belly she later miscarried prominent civil rights attorney John Burris filed suit in the case on Monday immigrant rights advocates rallied across the country today opposing detention of immigrants and asylum seekers as the corona virus spreads in a lock down facilities in San Francisco activists were to rally outside the ice the immigration and customs enforcement building and remembered a seventy four year old man Chong along on who died in a for profit immigration detention facility teh mesa ISIS investigating his death as a suicide is attorney Preet put tall with Centro legal de LA Raza is calling for an investigation of all ice facilities in California right now ice is forcing tens of thousands of human beings to be insured they are paying private for profit prisons the majority of these people I Mr on was one of them I not being trusted with human lives ice is more interested in people giving people detained been using their power to release people from their cruel and unnecessary detention facilities for profit corporations like zero group which house Mr on never considered any human being based on as a dollar sign police to immigrants in detention have died from corona virus thousands have been infected immigration rights activists also held online protests across the country to call for the release of immigrant detainees Eric Tegethoff reports groups are concerned about the spread of covert nineteen in the confined spaces of detention centers where social distancing is nearly impossible U. S. immigration and customs enforcement has reported twelve hundred cases in its facilities since late March Maru mora Villalpando is with a lot of resistance which supports people locked up in Tacoma's northwest detention center people that are you I'm sorry detention centers and anybody else can become part of a couple that's why we wanted to show these national efforts in coordinated effort from differing basis to demand the immediate release of people detained by resistance here's livestream begins at nine thirty AM on Facebook the detention watch network is coordinating a nationwide protest which will take place today and Friday an ice spokesperson says the northwest detention center is following CDC guidelines to protect detainees including use of personal protective equipment and fourteen day isolation of new emissions showing symptoms or in high risk groups and nearly two thousand people in facilities across the country have gone on hunger strikes to demand their release since late March according to the detention watch network field under the sense to people who tested positive for the virus have been transferred into the northwest detention center and that's adding stress for everyone inside at what point you cannot hit me and I don't wanna die and I don't want to die in the patient the level of worry is the route into the fashion center an ice spokesperson says none of the detainees who have tested positive have come from within the facility the funders says I should be doing more to protect people in the facilities including making guards wear protective masks but she believes people will have to take these concerns to their local representatives we need to continue pressuring our elected officials to get serious on these because I if not they can accumulate in obviously I thank god for people like for public news service America take enough be lated condolences through the nation today from president trump as the country's covered nineteen death toll passed a hundred thousand yesterday without any acknowledgement from the White House today trump tweeted his quote heartfelt sympathy and love on quote to all the families and friends of the deceased the Navajo Nation recently surpassed New York to have the highest code red nineteen infection rate in the country but now is reporting some progress and Tanya Gonzalez of national native news reports the president of the Navajo Nation announced what he says is good news and the tribes fight against cover nineteen president Jonathan as in a virtual town hall this week said the curve is flattening pointing to health department statistics showing the peak was reached on the Navajo Nation in April now says it's due to a majority of citizens following a merchant see orders the things that you are all doing Navajo Nation public worked by staying home as of Wednesday the tribe reported nearly five thousand positive coping nineteen cases more than one hundred and fifty deaths and more than one thousand recoveries I Antonio Gonzalez two point one million people applied for unemployment benefits last week despite the gradual re opening of businesses around the country that brings the running total since the coronavirus shutdowns took hold in mid March to about forty one million people the official US unemployment rate was fourteen point seven percent in April the highest since the Great Depression many economists expect it will near twenty percent in may the house of representatives has passed an overwhelmingly bipartisan measure to modify a new paycheck protection program for businesses that have suffered because of it nineteen or later glosses it would give businesses more flexibility to use federal subsidies for other business costs and extend the program for four additional months Senate passage is likely next week however talks on a much bigger measure to inject more than three trillion dollars more into.

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"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:14 min | 6 months ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"W. CBS news time is seven forty CBS news update for the first time this week the National Guard will be on the streets of Minneapolis following several nights of violent protests over the killing of George Floyd at the hands of police the unrest ravaged several blocks in the Longfellow neighborhood as our Jeff betrays reports from the scene at the intersection now memorializing the final moments of George Floyd's life protests were peaceful but nearly three miles away right around the police precinct where the four fired officers involved worked protesters vandalised the auto store across the street was set ablaze at least three fires were reported looters smashed store windows and one man was killed by a shop owner Hennepin county attorney Michael freemen please say what you need to say demonstrate how you need to do that is in our constitution and all of us believe in that but please don't destroy innocent person property but nothing to do with it CBS news update Ahmed Piper and in Union Square this afternoon there were protests against the death of George Floyd four people were detained by police well some city officials are demanding criminal charges be brought against the Central Park dog Walker who called police falsely claiming a black man was threatening her W. CBS's Marla diamond has the latest Amy Cooper is called the police has sparked outrage with public advocate you money Williams pointing to the death of George Floyd in Minnesota Williams lashing out at NYPD first deputy commissioner Benjamin Tucker who said charges would not be filed against a makeover because the police department has bigger fish to fry Brooklyn borough president and former NYPD officer Eric Adams says Cooper should be arrested for filing a false police report unless someone for pulling the fire alarm we can surely arrest someone for attempting to destroy and burn down the life of an innocent person the city's commission on human rights has opened an investigation into the incident meanwhile the bird watcher Chris Cooper tells the Daily News he thought Amy Cooper went to a racist place but he didn't think she deserved death threats.

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"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

06:15 min | 6 months ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Yet another opioid overdose was prevented by a police officer armed with naloxone president trump takes aim at social media giants with an executive order we will discuss the move in about three minutes and violence breaks out in Minneapolis following the death of George Floyd good afternoon I'm Patty rising along with Jeff bell it's four thirty one CBS news update for the first time this week the National Guard will be on the streets of Minneapolis following several nights of violent protests over the killing of George Floyd at the hands of police the unrest ravaged several blocks in the Longfellow neighborhood as our Jeff the gays reports from the scene at the intersection now memorializing the final moments of George Floyd's life protests were peaceful but nearly three miles away right around the police precinct where the four fired officers involved worked protest turned evangelist the other store across the street was set ablaze at least three fires were reported looters smashed store windows and one man was killed by a shop owner Hennepin county attorney Michael freemen please say what you need to say demonstrate how you need to do that is in our constitution and all of us believe in that but please don't destroy innocent person property but nothing to do with it CBS news update Ahmed Piper KCBS news time for thirty two our news watch continues president trump is escalating his war on a social media company after Twitter decided to apply fact check notices on two of his tweets about mail in ballots he signed an executive order earlier today challenging the liability protections of service of bedrock for free speech on the internet is this substance or just politics for more we turn to the KCBS ring central news line and checking with Connie yama guy I should say Yumbo I don't think I've got that name could all be let Connie and let you I've got a little bit of a computer error here so call me if you wouldn't mind fully identified yourself would appreciate that absolutely Conegliano and I'm the editor of the next thank you so much for having some work from home issues here so Connie tell us a little bit more about what the executive order would do the second order is in some ways a piece of paper in that what it does is it directly the commerce department to ask the FCC and FTC to look into social media with a very roundabout request to take a look at how Facebook and Twitter Twitter being the impetus for this particular order candle the guidelines on their very important social media platforms so in that way the reason I say it's a piece of paper is that a lot of people are saying what does it mean today before the social media platforms it doesn't mean anything you can tweet imposed and do whatever you want long term you might bring more scrutiny from legislators about how social media companies are handled but this particular order which the president would like to change the way that these platforms interact with conservative voice of his tweets essentially is the start of a very long discussion and I'm sure many many stories and many prognostications about free speech on the it's a very important law that protects the internet platforms as you noted that dates back to nineteen eighty six and how that will all fall I'm really interested in the different reactions from Twitter and Facebook Twitter finally decided to fact check these two particular tweets from the president and then mark Zuckerberg's trying to distance himself from it saying you know and that it shouldn't be the social media giant's job to police this kind of stuff how does that I mean help help us dissect that sure I'm Jack Dorsey has definitely put a stake in the ground Jack Dorsey is the CEO of Twitter and he put out a few tweets last night explaining his position and he said the decision to fact check and and by that I mean they put a label on two of the president's tweet which contained misinformation about mail in ballot and the label says we invite you basically to go and find more information to get the complete picture about what is happening here the these tweets may be missing the information here and it's about an election which obviously is happening this year extremely important for democracy so could you help us thank you I'm sorry please no I'm sorry and that the work has been very reluctant to have Facebook portrayed as having ownership of what they put on their platform they do have curators in place they do fact check some content or actually a lot of content depending on your point of view in a very reluctant to have faith and be seen as someone who takes a very proactive stance arguing that he just wants his platform to be a place for freedom of speech Jack Dorsey of Twitter does as well how they're approaching misinformation and disinformation it quickly before we let you go Connie I'm I'm curious you have a sense of how this plays with the average Twitter user I mean I think I played along political lines quite honestly the president once tweeting up to an hour ago this is because not want his account he has not lost his ability to treat it's a very important mechanism for him to get his message out anything using that platform he has not been banned if not then you know Stifel from expressing whatever point of view if you want however there will be no label on certain of his tweets so people who think that the president is right well of course think that Twitter is evil for even attempting to fact check him and then you have a whole crew on the other side including Nancy Pelosi has been the subject of a lot of disinformation misinformation thank social media platform should be fact checking things that are demonstrably false and not putting that out and repeating things that are blatant misinformation intended to mislead or deceive thank you very much for your time we appreciate it calling can almost editor in chief of see that coming up in less than two minutes slowdowns in San 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"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:07 min | 10 months ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Shock waves rocking the sports world and beyond retired NBA soup NBA superstar Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash in southern California CBS news correspondent bod Michigan reports Bryant made a splash from the get go Kobe Bryant came into the NBA in the nineteen nineties with intrigue straight out of high school already well known he had the memorable name the undeniable talent and he spoke Italian learned when his father the former NBA player Joe Bryant played in Italy twenty seasons with the Lakers five championships and numerous individual honors and Kobe would take a backseat to no one for his competitiveness on the court Magic Johnson and Larry Bird before him Michael Jordan and then lebron James he will forever be remembered as one of the game's greats but Michigan CBS news five people in the US now been confirmed to have the pneumonia like virus from China the most recent in Los Angeles California the others are in Orange County California Washington St Chicago in Arizona here in Minnesota health officials are preparing for the illness and are waiting for results on two suspected cases of the corona virus here the two people in Minnesota who got sick are now isolated in their homes wal tests are conducted by the center for disease control in Atlanta both of those people had recently visited Wuhan China where the virus is centered and neither had to be hospitalized state health commissioner Jan now but this is really a low immediate risk for the general public we have course consider any new infectious disease a serious concern and we're taking precautions how shocking news talking three oh WCCO in China authorities of barred traveled to to and from home by province and its capital Han where the corona virus first was detected the disease has killed more than fifty people in China and infected nearly two thousand others Peter Piot is director of the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine he says there are still a lot of unknowns about this illness don't take any risks what's clear is that the virus is spreading much faster than we anticipated the beginning all over China we've got no cases in a growing number of countries here at home Minneapolis police are warning the public of an alarming amount of automobile automobile Pfaff starting off the new year two hundred and sixty two cars have been stolen in Minneapolis in the first three weeks of the new year Minneapolis police spokesman John elder seventy three percent of the two hundred and sixty two are those that have been sold so far at twenty twenty were taken as a result of the vehicle operator leaving the vehicle running elder says it's a ninety percent increase from this time last year with an average of thirteen car stolen per day this year one hundred two cars have been stolen out of the third precinct covering the mid town of Longfellow neighborhoods downtown has seen the least amount of car stolen so far mark fry newstalk eight threo WCCO WCCO news time is five oh three for more on these and other stories go to WCCO radio dot com up.

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:35 min | 10 months ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Are following breaking news out of California and be a star Kobe Bryant one of the greatest basketball players of his generation died today in a helicopter crash near Calabasas California at the age of forty one KCBS TV anchor Tina Patel says authorities are still trying to figure out what may have caused the deadly crash it was a big response when that helicopter went down first responders from the region responded they are still combing through the wreckage looking for any clues but unfortunately they do say that there are no survivors five people are confirmed dead but exactly who was on board is still being investigated Jim hill is sports rectorate KCBS in Los Angeles this is an awful day I can't I can't think of a of a day much worse he says Colby continued to have success after he retired from the game he was doing so much good for the community and for family and they will wonderful things that he was doing for other people that he didn't want anybody to know about that some of us knew about and he was enjoying life I'll have continued coverage on the death of Kobe Bryant on air and online at WCCO radio dot com four people now in the United States have been confirmed to have the new pneumonia like virus from trying to the most recent reported out of Los Angeles the other cases in Orange County California Washington St Chicago here in Minnesota health officials are preparing for the illness and are waiting for results on two suspected cases of the corona virus here the two people in Minnesota who got sick are now isolated in their homes wal tests are conducted by the center for disease control in Atlanta both of those people had recently visited Wuhan China where the virus is centered and neither had to be hospitalized state health commissioner Jan now but this is really a low immediate risk for the general public we of course consider any new infectious disease a serious concern and we're taking precautions how shocking news talk a three oh WCCO in in China thirties of bar travel to and from school by province and its capital Han where the curtain rona virus was first detected the diseases killed more than fifty people so far and infected about two thousand others Peter Piot is director of the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine he says there are still many unknowns about the disease recall date on your wrist what's clear is that the virus is spreading much faster than we anticipated the beginning all over China we've got no cases in a growing number of countries and here at home Minneapolis police are warning people about an alarming rate of automobile staffs this year so far two hundred and sixty two cars have been stolen in Minneapolis in the first three weeks of the new year Minneapolis police spokesman John elder seventy three percent of the two hundred and sixty two are those that have been sold so far at twenty twenty were taken as a result of the vehicle operator leaving the vehicle running elder says it's a ninety percent increase from this time last year with a net average of thirteen car stolen per day this year one hundred two cars have been stolen out of the third precinct covering the mid town of Longfellow neighborhoods downtown has seen the least amount of car stolen so far mark fry newstalk eight threo WCCO WCCO news time is three oh three for more on these and other stories go to WCCO radio dot com up next the forecast sometimes the Sniffles turn.

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"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:12 min | 10 months ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Is Minnesota's most trusted station for news overcast and twenty five degrees at nine o'clock I am now shocked WCCO news authorities have barred travel to and from school by province and its capital Han where the Kona a corona virus was first detected before spread across China to a dozen other countries Peter Piper director of the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine says there are still many unknowns about the disease one of the big questions is how infectious is it can you contaminate someone when you're still the incubation period and if that's the case then we will probably go for a major major epidemic it's not upon them the disease has killed more than fifty people and infected nearly two thousand others there are now three confirmed cases in the US the latest reported last night in southern California there are none yet to Minnesota where health officials are waiting for test results from two suspected cases Minneapolis police are warning the public of an alarming amount of automobile theft to start off the new year two hundred and sixty two cars have been stolen in Minneapolis in the first three weeks of the new year Minneapolis police spokesman John elder seventy three percent of the two hundred and sixty two are those that have been sold so far at twenty twenty or taken as a result of the vehicle operator leaving the vehicle running elder says it's a ninety percent increase from this time last year with an average of thirteen car stolen per day this year one hundred two cars have been stolen out of the third precinct covering the mid town of Longfellow neighborhoods downtown has seen the least amount of car stolen so far mark fry news talk eight threo WCCO one injured one arrested in a stabbing at a Walmart in Owatonna the thirty seven year old man who was hurt yesterday boarding suffered non life threatening injuries the twenty year old suspect remains in custody yesterday at twinspires former Twins outfielder Michael could dire talked about using Wrobel umpires and Major League games since they're grading systems have been named public and also been shown in real time on TV I think that's why you're seeing the umpires before and I think the players are are for that and have been for it because you just want this the consistent strikes on the camera based system calling balls and strikes will be used on a trial basis and some spring training games starting next month WCCO news time.

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Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:58 min | 10 months ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"For news I'm Laura oaks to Minnesotans who traveled to China are being tested for corona virus but there are no confirmed reports in the state one case was reported in Chicago today for total of two confirmed cases in the US state health officials have sent alerts to medical providers doctor Ruth Lindfield is the state epidemiologist and medical director and says there's a lot that is still unknown about the virus there has been person to person transmission there have been studies looking at family clusters and we do believe that there is evidence of this however we do not know how easily or sustainably the viruses spread between people the symptoms resemble a cold or flu so officials are testing people out of an abundance of caution house Democrats finish to their opening arguments in president trump's impeachment trial today making their last best effort to convince Republican senators that what the president has done merits his removal from office the president's team will begin its opening arguments tomorrow morning Minneapolis police are warning the public about an alarming number of car thefts so far this year two hundred and sixty two cars have been stolen in Minneapolis in the first three weeks of the new year Minneapolis police spokesman John elder seventy three percent of the two hundred and sixty two are those that have been sold so far at twenty twenty or taken as a result of the vehicle operator leaving the vehicle running elder says it's a ninety percent increase from this time last year with an average of thirteen car stolen per day this year one hundred two cars have been stolen out of the third precinct covering the mid town of Longfellow neighborhoods downtown has seen the least amount of car stolen so far mark fry newstalk eight threo WCCO some alarming numbers from the state fire marshal's office on fire deaths attributed to smoking four people have died so far this month in suspected smoking related fires typically Minnesota's these nine smoking related fire deaths for the year in the weather tonight cloudy with a low of twenty nine tomorrow cloudy thirty three for H. Tabor fastest growing audio avid America is radio dot com Hey it's late night on a Saturday morning how bout that new Stargate three oh WCCO Eric infer Henry so glad you're along for.

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"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:06 min | 10 months ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Talk a three oh WCCO this is Minnesota's most trusted station for news I'm Laura oaks to Minnesotans who traveled to China are being tested for corona virus but there are no confirmed reports in the state one case was reported in Chicago today for total of two confirmed cases of the virus in the US state health officials have sent alerts to providers doctor Ruth Lindfield is the state epidemiologist and she says there's still a lot that is unknown here there has been person to person transmission there have been studies looking at family clusters and we do believe that there is evidence of this however we do not know how easily or sustainably the viruses spread between people the symptoms resemble a cold or flu so officials are testing people out of an abundance of caution Minneapolis police are warning the public about an alarming number of car thefts so far this year two hundred and sixty two cars have been stolen in Minneapolis in the first three weeks of the new year Minneapolis police spokesman John elder seventy three percent of the two hundred and sixty two are those that have been sold so far at twenty twenty were taken as a result of the vehicle operator leaving the vehicle running elder says it's a ninety percent increase from this time last year with an average of thirteen car stolen per day this year one hundred two cars have been stolen out of the third precinct covering the mid town of Longfellow neighborhoods downtown has seen the least amount of car stolen so far mark fry news talk eight threo WCCO some alarming numbers from the state fire marshal's office on fire deaths attributed to smoking four people have died so far this month in suspected smoking related fires typically Minnesota sees nine smoking related fire deaths for the year in Minneapolis is hosted the Super Bowl in men's final four in recent years but this weekend is a different kind of premier athletic event thousands are expected at the armory for the call of duty legal launch we again it's an E. sports competition were all twelve teams in the new leader competing live and in person WCCO news time six ten.

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"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:11 min | 10 months ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"But there are no confirmed reports in the state one case was reported in Chicago today for total of two confirmed cases in the US state health officials have sent alerts to local providers doctor Ruth Lindfield is the state epidemiologist and medical director and says there's a lot that is still unknown about the virus there has been person to person transmission there have been studies looking at family clusters and we do believe that there is evidence of this however we do not know how easily or sustainably the viruses spread between people the symptoms resemble a cold or flu so officials are testing people out of an abundance of caution opening arguments continue in the Senate impeachment trial today CBS news special report what's the bottom line from president trump's pressure campaign on Ukraine lead house impeachment manager Adam Schiff if our allies can't trust us to stand behind them in a time of need we will soon not have a single allied left the focus on the third day of the Democrats opening arguments is on articles to obstruction of Congress manager Hakeem Jeffries White House lawyers redouble their efforts to prevent Congress and the American people from learning of the president's misconduct the president's legal team gets its chance to speak tomorrow CBS's Margaret Brennan has more they will get the same amount of time from ten AM to one PM tomorrow is the expectation that White House lawyers will have the floor of the president is concerned about TV ratings and he says in tree but we also know that the urging to Republican leadership has been put this on fast forward get this done quickly CBS news special report on Pam Coulter Minneapolis police are warning the public about an alarming number of car thefts so far this year two hundred and sixty two cars have been stolen in Minneapolis in the first three weeks of the new year Minneapolis police spokesman John elder seventy three percent of the two hundred and sixty two are those that have been stolen so far twenty twenty or taken as a result of the vehicle operator leaving the vehicle running elder says it's a ninety percent increase from this time last year with an average of thirteen car stolen per day this year one hundred two cars have been stolen out of the third precinct covering the mid town of Longfellow neighborhoods downtown has seen the least amount of car stolen so far mark fry newstalk eight threo WCCO some alarming numbers from the state fire marshal's office on fire deaths attributed to smoking four people have died so far this month in suspected smoking related fires typically Minnesota's these nine smoking related fire deaths for the entire year two of the four involved vulnerable adults with oxygen tanks Minneapolis has hosted the Super Bowl in men's final four in recent years but this weekend is a different kind of premier athletic event thousands are expected at the armory for the call of duty league launch weekend it's an E. sports competition were all twelve teams in the new leader competing live and in person sorry get all the details online motor works BMW dot com your forecast on news talk a three oh WCCO it's ready by motor works BMW cloudy tonight overnight low around twenty.

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"He'll we head the reports early this morning about the shaking of houses in a loud. Boom. That's about as much as we've heard. And no reason why so far is another one in Highland Park. My daughter woke me up a bit past to this morning scared. The something hit our roof. Another one. I heard also to fifteen this morning in Rosemont. Another one. I heard it in Columbus. Minnesota heard it Mata meat. I thought it was thunder. I felt the boom in the longfellow neighborhood here in Minneapolis. My wife for the boom to and we're up and Lindstrom. Also, a sound coming out of the Hammond, Wisconsin area shortly after two AM got a little on, you know, unsolved mystery going on this morning. And again, we got the newsroom Sloan and Susan are both working on that story. Appreciate all the information commend, holy smokes. Eight one eight zero seven is our number here at C show this morning, or if you want to call too that is six five one nine eight nine nine two two six governor is gonna join us later this morning. We'll talk to him a little bevaqua his final days in office here before Tim walls and pay Flanagan moving and that'll be coming up a little later this morning overtime last night, man. Oh, man. I thought I thought the wolves had that game. They were looking really good or right? The end. And then Detroit who's not really a great shooting team just shot the lightsout to come back and catch the wolves. And there was a great shot this one into overtime. The final was one twenty nine to one Twenty-three. There's a great shot by Covington. And I thought well this is going to get us a win. Got it. In the corner. Seconds. What? After the rebound. Outlet. Scooped it up that copy to the corner jacked up the wall. Yeah. And Derrick.

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"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"When you talk about that, the new issue of Minneapolis hall, the front of the magazine covers says hidden gem. Yes. So tell us you obviously have been doing some shopping and finding hidden gems. Yes. Yes. Well, you know about the hidden gems issues. This is our second volume. It's our November issue just hit the stands and edit team really hit the ground running in search of those stores that are hidden maybe hidden in plain sight, by them all the time. And you just kind of forgive me. There's so many great stories. So we just wanted to focus on highlighting those those shocks in. Specifically that you want to hit up in preparation for the holiday season this year, we took an emphasis on gifting gifting locally as well as dishing up and find things for yourself. Juicing up your coffee table, your mantle you in preparation for the entertaining for the parties, all those kind of fun things. I'm curious did the research and a lot of research goes into these projects doesn't it? Did the research take you to any stars? You hadn't been to before. There was one in particular a news. A newish store, I believe they opened in June called carousel and folk. Yes, I have not been there. Longfellow neighborhood, and it's owned by this adorable. Couple this married couple, and they started it's kind of like you into a time machine and ended up back in like nineteen seventies early park a little bit a lot of vintage. They do buy some new, but it has to really fit with their aesthetic. But you see that the fun kind of, you know, retain furniture pieces the little trinkets that you didn't know you needed to have. But you just can't seem to leave the store without you know, picking up kind of fun items. So is it clothing or? They do stocks and vintage clothing and accessories for both men and women their store was born out of soda actually started as an SE shop and do still shop. Which is similar to how early parks, right? And actually, it's funny at the thing was American pickers. This idea was born out of they loved watching the show. And they said this is something that we could do for a living and just got working find. For other people. And and yeah, it's a really awesome story. It's kind of that folklore homespun kind of vibe just super kind of bohemian and fun. I had never been there before again is carousel in full carousel and folk in the longfellow, okay? Super cute, and what about take us to Saint Paul? Seems like all the cool kids wanna live in Saint Paul now. What was that about? Yeah. Like to hear that because not everyone has an opinion. Yes. So I recently my husband I located to relocate to Saint Paul. I we've been any place northeast northeast north loop neighborhood for a couple of years. And this is your cafe lati- that my only frame of reference.

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"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Eight six seven four eight hundred. There's no such thing as a bad question, right or a bad concern, or I'm too afraid. Call me, I've I've worked almost three thousand mortgages in my career. You name it. It. I've seen it enough. I haven't seen it. I can relate it to something that I've done or work with somebody before. Call if it's not exactly what it. So we're talking about things that, you know, don't be left behind in real estate, and what are you missing out? So there's a lot of fear about people wanting to jump into real estate, especially when they hear on the media that that things are shifting things. Are people are on uncomfortable. When things change myself to. And things are changing right now. But one of the things that stays constant is that there's there seems to always be divorced situations. Where people own property together. And there's a split in. That is I would say extremely traumatic to know that you've got all of these decisions to make when you're in an emotional state Philly. I know you've worked with a ton of people going through divorces, and I've worked with folks and we've worked with folks together that have gone through that when somebody is going through that. What do you think is the best thing for them to do? I would recommend that both parties. Come and sit with me. It's gotta be you know, what's going to end up happening in the divorce is one party or the other is going to get the house. All right. And just because you get the house. The question is is the house affordable for you? Okay. Secondly in a divorce decree normally they'll be they'll be verbiage in there that one has to buy the other person out of the property. Okay. Well, what happens if the person that gets the property doesn't have qualifying income or credit good enough to basically refinance that property they're all in their own. And that's where I see some big time problems. That's why it's better if I can meet with both parties have a, you know, a good conversation understand what their wants and needs are. And then they can actually go back to their lawyers and talk to them about. Okay. This is what we've been told. This is the way it has to be done. And then guess what? Sometimes a. Shouldn't be an either one of them their names. They should sell it. Start over here. Taking the emotion out of this. You can help them. You got to take the emotion out of it. And and look at reality. What is feasible, and what meets the guidelines of getting a home? I've seen people getting divorce divorces, and they're never able to buy other out because they don't have the means to do it. Exactly. And I I see a lot where there's an emotional attachment of one party more. So than the other two that particular house, and that is you should never allow yourself to be that way. This isn't this is what would you say? What what what would you describe a house? It's it's investment vehicle at that point. When you start to separate yourself from another person. Right. You bought the house with it's easy to stay emotionally attached to the same house and the future you were going to build together in for a variety of different reasons. And sometimes it doesn't make economic sense to stay in that house. You're staying there for maybe not the right reasons, and we need talk through that. There's a lot of people that have that problem. Now, they can't they don't relate the financial impact to their life by staying at home. When there might be another alternative that is better for them. And it would give them a better quality of life. And it might also be the emotional impact quality of life that they're going. Well, I need to win. So I get to keep the house. Yes. Which is probably is unhealthy for them. Either. Exactly. And you know, a lot of folks are worried that the children that are involved, you know, have the same emotional attachment, and they don't want to disrupt the family, right? I'm not an attorney or an. Yes. But this is a you know, you need to understand what's going to do to your your lifestyle. How is that going to impact you financially if you make a bad decision there? And thank you for everybody that calls into the red hot real estate show at six five one six four one one zero seven one. And Pat sounds like your question is a little bit different. What's your question about financing a remodel? Yeah. Well, I live in a home my own a home in longfellow neighborhood. We've been working on the interior to put it up for sale next spring and next spring will be of course, we do all of the outdoor things. Then what I'm gonna do? When I tell my house is I'm going to add onto my son's home in a suburb, which is very different for me. But I'm talk about emotional attachments. But it's really time for me to be with my family and be with my grandkids. So like question is I can go to my credit union or my Bank and probably take out. I don't know a line of credit or something. Against my whole paid for and begin building onto their home. Because my I don't wanna teach this. But what I'd like to do is live in my home. While we are completing the build addition to his home, and then when his done then start moving all my things up there. And then when it's empty on the market and sell it. So. So, but my question is I'm not sure about how to do the financing. I'm. Thank you for calling back from what I've gathered. It sounds to me like I would use a home equity line of credit to help you with the financing on your primary residence. And then as far as the construction on your son's home, I would probably recommend a construction loan. And it could either be a one time close or construction to end loan to help you with that specific project in order for me to really determine which would be the best for you, though. I'd really need to know understand the terms and the rates and everything that's involved as to do we do a construction loan or do we just do it with a home equity loan, and, you know, Pat, I want to also not not to be Debbie Downer or anything, but we want to make sure that you and your your son have spelled out all the terms that need to be spelled out. And you know, sometimes it's difficult to have that conversation with family, but I have had. Had family that did exactly what you're talking about doing. And they wish that they would have had an agreement in writing of all the terms that that go with living in, you know, co owning or however, you guys want to structure it, and that also might be a great thing for us to have a conversation with with an attorney that we know and trust you know, what I mean. That makes a lot of sense. Yes. And so why credit is something that I could also mean that would be one it, and I could use it for construction on his I don't need a line of credit to fix my house. Okay. Cash to do that. So that all depends now just understand that's going to be fixed to the prime rate. The Federal Reserve is planning on raising the fed the prime rate three times here in two thousand nineteen and if you're thinking about keeping that as a long term finance vehicle, I would not recommend it. And the reason being is that interest rate is going to continue to go up. So at some time. I thought if I took it out for less than a year. I mean as soon as they sell my house, then I would pay off whatever the loan is if you're gonna pay it off in a year's time than yes. That would probably be a great way to do it. I'd still like to understand your transaction a lot more. And then also what you plan on doing to your son's home, you need to make sure whatever you're doing to your son's home is not going to be a detriment to that property because it could affect the appraised value of the home with their city planner on Friday to get some tips on that. Good. Okay, pat. Well, I think that we could probably talk with you all day. I'm gonna just stick around. You just Email me and call me. You bet information help you just leave your information with our producer. Yeah. You're welcome. Johny Aala pats information, and I think that that's a great example of how these are very complex. He says, no we're glad that they have people like you that they can contact them. So we're gonna our next call. So Chris are you currently selling your home? Chris are you currently selling your home? Yeah. Yeah. You. So so what is that sounded a little tentative? Chris what's going on? Okay. Guys summit super-quick, and like literally just came out of church. I feel like this is like a divine intervention because the situation you guys are discussing the right way, married. Thirty years owned a home since nineteen ninety four. I moved out in twenty fifteen and we've been trying to work through the lovely terms of the separation right in the house. And didn't want to sell moved out. We were working with a real estate agent. We were staging marketing it to go in twenty six. And then I moved out and that kind of a wrench in everything. And he decided he wanted to stay. So here we are three years later twenty eighteen divorce will be final sixty days, and he came to mediation with attorney saying we're calling like great. Finally, you know now that the market's been hot for three years. Here we are. So here's my question. It written in our house. Philip he wants it sold empty. So he's gonna move out. Now, the fun. And you know, what time of year it is here. Now, the fun question is which you guys list now, or would you wait until January? So here is that's a great question. And we're able to go into the MLS data and show you how how in your area price points. What what price points are selling and win would be a good time to time that to the best that we're able to see that information. It is going to get slower between now and Christmas. There's no question about it. And some people feel that you know, spring market is the time to do it. And that's really a personal decision. There's always gonna be people in Minnesota looking all year long and with inventory down. Some people would make the argument that now it'd be a great time to do it. You're not gonna have so many tire kickers people who are looking are going to be super serious. But then there's also people that say, you know, I just wanna do it in spring market. But if that's you Chris then spring market keep in mind is right around SuperBowl time. So that's January still this is ready ready November I go. What is what is the what is the price point of the home? If I may ask. Yeah. I could have done by real estate. It's it's sitting conservatively three ten three thirty two three sixty obviously when it was super had. It's a four bedroom for bad traditional sorry on a corner lot..

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"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"longfellow neighborhood" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"In the wardrobe department and the one is lando cal ripken's if you think of the few think of the costumes of billy dee williams war in empire strikes back think alike the blue cape i mean he had major swag amine a simple this whereas capes were lack old lined lex look at if you search for ron howard everybody my talker search for want it's called his his official name on instagram israel want ron howard look at the very first picture and look at the swagger delicious capes bob dole glove versatile blubber words parliament how i yeah i walk all those who it's really cool so that was a little in boss in with leather at the top and velvety elmadi i want all of those capes all of those capes anyway so here we go it is six twelve ladies and gentleman a when we come back alexis has good news of four fans of the show time hit silic point which one i'm talking about we comeback loriann julianne lorries i remember i know lease slimmer i know i had during breaking about the fact i can't in eighth grade i deduce wits on the hill that's how not limber a been cynthia i think i'm limber after couple of cocktails i think i must serve to soleil and i'm not you can do it mean dumber doc let's i think i baby did downward job two hundred plane or downward dog in their minds lorry and julia with producer donny live on my talk one seven wine everything entertainment everybody is jason for my friends at the blue play restaurant group and when the weather is nice there is no better thing nothing better than grabbing your family and friends and sitting on a patio and looking over the beautiful minnesota skies and there are no better patios in the in the metro than the blue plea restaurant group i don't care where you are if you're in the 'longfellow neighborhood pearl please the 'longfellow.

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