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Beijing Overtakes New York City As City With Most Billionaires
"Its perch. The city with the most billionaires is now Beijing, Forbes says Beijing added 33 newly minted billionaires to its list of residents this year, edging out New York for that top billionaire Haven, New York was a top of the list for seven years in a row. It's billionaire list. It's billionaires rather still hold Maura. Cumulative wealth than those in Beijing. Next money update Coming up at 5 42 hot water. Okay away news radio. Thanks, Pap
Downtown Dallas gets new West End park
"Is opened in downtown Dallas Austin Squares, a new public park, located in the West and historic district in downtown Dallas, formerly a parking lot. The site has been converted into the city's first park in this urban neighborhood. The park is WiFi enabled and has wireless charging stations allowing visitors to hook up to the Internet for either work or play. This is truly a one of a kind, live work Play Park. And it will be a haven for neighbors and a destination for others. Calvert Collins with the Dallas Park board says much of the park's infrastructural be regulated by sensors to save electricity. Cat bonds.
From Foster Care to VA Teacher of the Year Feat. Anthony Swann
"Read anthony that you grew up in the foster care system when you you think about growing up in foster care. How do you share getting past the trauma than seeing and knowing all the other potential you had. Do you have a moment in time. Do you have a person who influenced you question. Most definitely so. When i was taken to fall secure i was taken abruptly in the middle of the school day and i was sitting in fourth grade classroom and are distinctly. Remember social services Door and telling my teacher that they needed me to come with them and this was in front of all of my friends and saw felt embarrassed fell devastated and so ma teacher. I'm sorry i'm trying not to cry. My teacher came out in the hallway and she grabbed me and she hugged me. And she whispered in my ear and social services didn't even hear it but she whispered in my ear. She said anthony. Everything is going to be all right in that same teacher years down the road. She found me when i was fourteen years old and she began to pour into me as she began to. Just say i don't want you to grow up to be like your parents. I don't want you to get up to the system. I don't want you to go to jail. I want you to make something of yourself. And so by that time. I had started claims school. Because i'm gonna take all of my trauma and just put it into my academics loss to start playing school. I told her. I wanted to be a teacher. And she said that what you want to become. I'm going to support you in any way. That i can and so once. I was going to school and going to college and put amount self through college. My senior year did not have a car to get to my student teaching placement and she picked me up every single morning to take me to school before she had to be at school herself and to this day she still calls me and she still reminds me that. Everything's gonna be alright and she still tells me. Do you remember that. I told you at now get you. And so that was one of the persons who geared me. Because i was going the deep end because i didn't understand alive. I hated my life. Which that i was dead a. She took the extra mile because she saw something in me. So that i would not become part of the system as she pushed me to be great. Oh the love of a teacher in for her to recognize an anthony. I didn't wanna cry either. But the ability for that teacher to recognize into know and to see your face and to take that moment to run out and whisper that in your ear. That's everything right. That is just a moment. that probably is why you did not display school. You did school. You earned those achievements and wanting to become a teacher. Do you mind sharing her name. I would love for her to hear you give a shout out. Her name is mrs gerardo wilson. And she's still alive today. She's a retired educator for public schools. And she's just that's her name. Miss wilson we give you lots of hearts in love because that's a skill set anna an intuition that we all want to possess in hope that we can be that for that student in any student when you think about yourself now anthony and even before becoming teacher of the year. Do you see that you have that ability that other teachers see there something that he possesses that would benefit me had any encounters with other teachers where they want in are seeking out your advice. Yes a have. You seen before. Became virginia state teacher of the year or or even. Maybe it's happened since your name's been out there in your story is out there. There may be teachers. And i think i read this in one of the articles where a teacher heard. Your story heard your work with students and it's like how is he breaking barriers with students. In how can he help me. Yes so i was contacted by a teacher retired teacher. She was a mentor to a young male student and after her reading must stores. She contacted me and she said know. I just really have this student. I feel like that you can reach him because they're certain areas. I can't reach him in. Your story is so similar to history and so with the permission of the guardian traveled to meet with him. One one Share with him a story and he shared with me historic and at the end of that conversation. Before i left we have similar stories but before i left he looked at me and he says just more you know what anything is possible and that statement right there made all the difference because that is my platform is virginia teacher. The years to give hope to those students who find themselves in dramatic situations and emotionally disturbing homes to let them know that no matter the pieces that you may have been dealt. If they're broken take those broken pieces and build a bridge to better life in in heart of your platform you have. What i believe is part of your cooperative culture initiative of guys with ties. How did you create guys with ties. And can you share with our listeners. What the program is yes. So one day mock principal just came to me and she had this idea. She's just like see how you dress up every day. I think it'll be a program if we just have the fifth grade boys to dress up. Enticing me with him so she just really just threw something out there. So i kinda picked it up like a fumble and iran with an from of develop a curriculum that respect and integrity and cleanliness in. It's okay to be organized as a male is okay to to help and they also in the group we have those those hard conversations because a lot of the males do not have a father figure in the home. And so we talk about how you can overcome rejection in las share with the story. We do service projects when we're talking about the cleanliness in the organization. We take time out with. We are meeting. We have a day where we go around. And we help the audience in the school to pick up trash to attack him the rugs and the school. We also have done a service project where we give all of. The girls are carnation a bag of chocolate to let the boys know how to treat a lady so we also we just recently did one where the guys designed their own tie. And i'm going to have someone someone actually reached out to leeann. They're going to create that tie so just letting them know that it's okay to be guy. Mb sophisticated but at the same time teaching them those life skills teaching them about. What would your legacy be if you were to die today. Will people say about you. And i got that particular lesson when koby bryant passed away over year ago out of the blue but so many people have so many good things to say about him and so on and steal that the guys as well would let us here you leaving. How will people remember hugh if you were to pass away and that was a very powerful lesson is ill on. The group is safe haven. The guys have cried before especially the guys who feel neglected a male figures. So i've hit the other students. Who had the fathers in the home to console those students to let them know. It's okay you're going to be you're going to make something of yourself. So those are the types of things that we do in the
3 Polk deputies arrested, resign over alleged evidence tampering
"Three. Polk County Sheriff's deputies are facing charges of evidence tampering poke, Sheriff Grady Judd says those deputies stopped a driver on December 21st in winter haven, confiscating drugs and cash. After a day off, they realized the $723 hadn't been placed into evidence. What the three of them talked about on the 23rd is Oh, the money's missing. Judd says The three deputies engaged in a cover up and were found out when the arrestee asked for her money back. They all resigned and the sheriff is reviewing any cases of theirs involving
Diversity And Inclusion In Digital Marketing
"Okay. Welcome back to the agency ahead. Podcast by trajectory your scared sussman the head. Mark nieto trajectory. I am really excited. We are talking about one of the major topics that that is an ongoing issue in our industry. Which is diversity inclusion like for people who are getting into our industry marketing advertising as well as getting a seat at the executive table. I am joined by two brilliant women Rejoice a jock. who who is the global. Seo account manager at neo media world and will amina davis who is a search engine optimization specialists at reload digital where she just started and both of them are co founders of be digital which is a social platform to really just continue to have this conversation around diversity and inclusion and helping people of color and anyone who is kind of on the outside in how they can get involved with our industry feel safe improve the conversations improve you know just the production and what people are doing. Thank you ladies so much for joining me today. Thank you for having us. I think he this is cool. So this is one of the few interviews that i'm doing with two different guests. But you ladies have a chemistry i wanna know about digital. Tell me kind of what it is. Where did it come from. What are your goals with with your organization the movement. So we've been keiser. We basically i think we me with amina went to the women in tech. Seo conference and we do love that know this problem for women s year in general. But then when we were there. We like to seen as blackie d. You saw that is whether you're the president of the room to an agency michaels. Our there's no law black people here or black women and then i think we're just sitting on just. We should have something. That is promoting black. Pete who are all. I'm full black people to talk about an marketing advertising in general and thus be digital was a both of so we didn't wanna make exclusive. She just wanted to branch out to many different Channels within digital marketing and then we kind of decided what we call the scheme. I think it took us a day so this is what we want. This is how it and then we decided let's create campos. Let's create all of these things and known and i. I don't think we had a concrete crime. I think we like. We just wanna paste haven day information but it picks up so quickly and i remember we'd like we'd the quarterback. Now let's go and we just like we're gonna be we're going to. We're gonna do it and we kind of just us how this was really full. It was just t black gals who just once he goes. A space will other black people to be educated. Inspired and showcase telling shelf mocked into this amazing thing that is now part of this divesting inclusion compensation. That is awesome you know. What are you guys doing. So what how. Are you having these conversations. Where are you having these conversations. And and what are you doing with this momentum so having these conversations across all platforms Jay said let we started. We had no idea we just knew. We had a message and use voices. We had no idea when reach so. We just steidl like instagram Instagram feeds is on twitter and then asking trump house and then Can have this wet platform so all our platforms have been with him every time of presented a new place. When i yes let us spread this message nutshell. We're trying to do. let us know. Let people know that we want to create the space for black people. We once leitner. There's tuesday to help you grow that. You know people like you exist. They are bad. Because that's very important for us. I think is very lucky. I get to say that. I get to grow alongside digital because everything doing i'm still there. I literally started when i start to be digital About four months. So i was very new so just need says. I didn't have anywhere else to go to lender by s year. I didn't know anybody else who acts so. I want people who just let me to have that. I want them to have confidence by the new job. When you're moving even To the clubhouse on house again new jobs so i feel like i'm greg just alongside the digital said kind of like the first hand experience in space to we're trying to de
As COVID-19 vaccine efforts expand, states begin to loosen restrictions
"Almost 136 million doses of covert 19 vaccines have been delivered with close to 37 million people in the US having been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus as of this weekend in Connecticut, where the pace of vaccinations is strong people of color are falling behind. Cole Leonard of Connecticut public radio reports on efforts to change that more than 200 volunteers set out on foot to knock on doors throughout Fair Haven. It's a low income neighborhood in the city of New Haven with a majority black and Latino population. Kika Matos is a local community organizer and activist. We come to you, we give you an appointment. We will offer you a free ride. If you need a ride. If you are homebound, we will come to you. Dr. Marcella Noona. Smith is co chair of President Joe Biden's Coronavirus Task Force, She says the door to door campaign could be a national model for achieving more equity in the vaccine rollout. Connecticut residents 55 years and older are currently eligible for
Interview With Gail Z Martin, Author Of The Summoner
"You've been a busy lady. Oh tell me about your all over the place. I'll tell you and hamda more so albeit raven con con and dragon con. It is and then. I'll be at the Carolina renaissance festival again in october. I just don't know exactly which dates that sounds. Great that's awesome. That's how it worked out really well for me. I had a hunch that for some strange reason. I suspected that people who like to dress up and go to renaissance festival. Mike just read fantasy book. Think leave. This is news because nobody else was doing it. Well it's funny because i actually You mentioned one of the people you wanted to meet. The first time. I interviewed terry. Good kyd back in one thousand. Nine hundred four was at the new york renaissance festival when the first of his books came out. So that was that was a great experience. Yes the ones that. I've approached It's actually taken some convincing because I had to kind of connect the dots but sure it worked really well and and once i showed up and sold out agreed. It was a good idea. Oh yeah absolutely. The blood king The next one it at this particular point it seems like you know like like has a lot of things to juggle in this particular book compared to the first one. Well yeah. There's really kind of a growing up that happens for all of the characters in the blood king. It's one thing to run away from a problem. It's another thing to figure out how to fix it and go back and try to make that happen right so there's a lot more responsibility You know in book one. They were just trying to get out with their neck in book two christophides to take on their sponsor for his people. And that's a pretty awesome burden and then part of his burden to. He has to kind learn how to control his abilities to sure because getting himself fried doesn't do anybody any good and he's got the perfect kind of magic to make a quick exit unintentionally and he's also trying to build an army that he can go You know up against jared As well so that's and they might not be totally alive either. That was really something that i thought about a good bit putting myself in position. Is you know as as wonderful. An idea as it is to get jared off the throne and try to restore peace in and some kind of sanity tomorrowland Bad things happen when you marching army across the country and it is hard enough to keep an army in control when they're conscripts or volunteer army and they're fighting for their own people but his only option would be to use paid troops and so that's another whole ballgame trying to keep them under control So he's really looking at a choice. Where one side may not end up Any better than another. If you bring a looting and pillaging war-machine across your your country. So he's really trying to look for a third alternative there and find some surprising allies in the many people. The jared killed now. I would think so i would think that'd be more than happy to go against them up and then there's actually enough. There's even a third wrinkle in this in the form of a major another may Kinda describe how he kind of fits into the universe right now. The obsidian king was around. At the time of chris's grandmothers use in the great wars and at the end of that war which happened about fifty years before i was born. His spirit was imprisoned by his grandmother in this orb that was been embedded into a magical river power that flows below dark haven and it was really trapping his soul on the edge of the abyss but not completely destroying him. Doubt that chris grandmother had some pretty personal reasons for wanting to Keep a door option open for
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross shares his life story
"American stories and with the story of an American classic Stephen Ross is the largest real estate developer in America, the owner of the Miami Dolphins. And he shared his life story with our own Alex Cortez. Stephen Ross is a Detroiter born and bred until his parents dragged him against his will. Midway through his freshman year of high school from Miami Beach, Florida hated it down there, actually. And I kind of rebelled against my parents and E got toe little trouble. I mean, I mean, I suppose is studying, you know, go out. Quick. Give me a little bit, You know, I mean, I had a you know everything but study even though my parents really Try to be strict. You know, my father lectured all the time. As opposed because he was working and then he'd lecture me. I guess it didn't do any good, You know, but its ultimate I guess it's something e. I don't know. E wanted to get out of there. I went toe. My parents said. Well, if you're gonna leave, you don't want to go to school here. You have to go to military school. It's fed about four days of military schools that I go back to school, you know? And e talk to most of my friends. I mean, probably my background was probably different than most, because I've never excelled early in life, and I was We got into college because they had to accept me because I had a standardized test that I Scored well enough that the school had to take you and they flunked out two thirds of the freshman class. They tell you looking at left and looking. You're right. The person sitting next you won't be here next year and So you know, kind of a wake up call. But I also knew if I wanted something we didn't I wasn't doing anything for my parents. I wasn't left anything and they had nothing to give me. You know, so I knew Where was you know is either sink or swim? And then when I got to college, that's when I really kind of started to be able to do well to receive Florida then so I could transfer to Michigan and then law school and then I got my masters in tax law. Which I excelled in, and it's probably the best year of school I ever had. That really had found something enjoyed. It always get good marks. If I liked it, you know, I didn't like the subject. I didn't do very well. Confidence. I mean, you know, you have to first find your confidence. That you can succeed and do something well, Excel. Continue on me, as they say Success breeds success. Mean, teachers told my parents. They were wasting time sending me to college, which is really kind of funny, right when I look back at it now, So I mean, I look at myself I was the way it started. Life because it Probably spread about the least likely to succeed in my ass school class, you know? So you tell me how much teachers don't wouldn't so the environment of which were brought up on me Even when your parents As much as my parents emphasized that and I could see things Was really later that I really saw things a lot more clearly, you know, after getting his master's degree it and why you Stephen went back to his hometown to work in an accounting firm as a tax attorney. I was doing very well practicing law on it. You know, certain places really kind of funny. It's kind of impulsive. I'm in my office one day was, in fact, I remember I could still picture Was June's thing was true. Seven through 2/9 in 1968. The night before Bobby Kennedy was assassinated, and I'd watch it that night. And that next day you're wondering the life that you never know when it's over and thinking about that, you know, he was a relatively young guy and partner walks in my office and asked me If I want to go Toe seven are in New York said You know what? Haven ever thought about it, is it? I want to go. I think I want to go to New York for good. It's a matter of fact, I'm quitting a moving to New York. Never entered my mind. It never would. From my mind too. You know, I'm gonna think about leaving and I even thought about leaving. It just came up. I mean, like this so impulsive. Sometimes we don't even know ourselves. No, What's really what's going out? So you've been brought in the senior partner and may you know Steve's quit. He's leaving New York. You know, guys What I mean, Steve, you're doing great. Here. You're gonna be a partner here and blah, blah, blah. But I got bored and I could see how I was tailing off in my bite. That was just ready for something and that Z parked it. About me even thinking about it. You know, it's a lot of things you know, like we think we're in control of We're not necessarily in control of what we really don't know. It takes something takes a spark. For something to happen. I've told my mother, you don't know anybody in New York. I said, Hey, you know, I went there. I loved it. And, you know stories. If you could make it there, you can make it anywhere. Blah, blah, blah and off. I went and
Two men arrested in New York for murdering woman and wrapping her body in bags at South Street Seaport building
"Two men under arrest in connection with the death of a 19 year old found wrapped inside plastic at the South Street Seaport. Here's Lisa. So body 25 year old Austin Bohm and 20 year old Christian Makato are charged with murder, the daily news reports. The charges come a day after police say the two men called 911 to report they found a woman dead inside an abandoned building on South Street. When cops arrived, they found the men alone with the dead body. The building, which used to house the old Fulton Fish market has become a haven for the homeless. Police believe the victim, Rosalie Sanchez, was saying there and that both men are also homeless, according to the Daily News. One was her boyfriend. No word yet on how Sanchez died.
SUV in crash where 13 died came through hole in border fence
"Authorities are looking into whether human smuggling is involved after thirteen people died in the collision near the U. S. Mexico border workers in winter haven California repairing a hole in the border wall where it's suspected that an SUV involved with a deadly accident no Centro group through the border patrols el Centro sector chief told the AP that surveillance video showed a Ford expedition and a Chevrolet suburban drive to the opening on Tuesday nineteen people escape the suburban after it caught on fire after entering the US that were taken into custody by border patrol agents the overloaded expedition packed with twenty five people continued on a tractor trailer struck a short time later we have been able to identify ten people of Mexican origin where these he's the accident Maria Beltran is with the consulate of Mexico some of the families are in Mexico some of them are in the United States cheaper more Watson with the California highway patrol said the SUV had only front seats the middle and back seats have been removed there are numerous people that were ejected onto the roadway as a result of this collision the people in the vehicle ranged from fifty to fifty three years of age I'm Jennifer king
Arrest Warrant Issued For Boston MIT Grad Student Qinxuan Pan In Slaying Of Yale Student
"New developments in the murder of yale college student kevin shang authorities issuing an arrest warrant as the manhunt intensifies for an mit grad. Student out charged with the shooting. Here's abc's janai norman. Tonight the manhunt growing more urgent for an accused killer believed to be armed and dangerous police in connecticut today issuing an arrest warrant charging mit grad. Student king's swan pond for the murder of twenty six year. Old yale student kevin zhang jiang was found shot multiple times near the yale campus. Later dying at the scene just days after proposing to his girlfriend twenty twenty was year of blessings. Because i met my dear heaven i will always love him with the love of christ on was already facing charges for allegedly stealing. Suv he test drove in massachusetts. The same day zhang was killed. That was later found by police in north haven connecticut. Investigator say pond was last seen by family members in the atlanta area february eleventh carrying a backpack and reportedly acting strange in the days following the murder and us marshals raining confident that they will catch up with pawn but tonight he remains on the run facing that murder charge and a five million dollar bond. When he's captured
Man Sought In Murder Of Yale Graduate May Be In Metro Atlanta
"For a suspect in the slaying of a Yale graduate students, authorities say 29 year old Keane's one paan Is wanted in the February 6 killing of Kevin John was found lying outside his car on a new Haven street with gunshot wounds upon is believed to be staying in the Atlanta area and should be considered armed and dangerous. It's also believed that Keane's one pond stole a car from a Mansfield dealership when he was fleeing. The cover.
Investigation underway after abandoned baby found alive in trash can in Dorchester, Boston
"Walking along Dorchester Avenue hears the cries of the baby coming from a trash Can. She called for help? Luckily, there were paramedics nearby. That baby was transported to a local hospital, and it was reportedly going to be okay. Boston police say that the baby's mother has been found that they did not say whether she will face any charges. WBZ TV s Nick Emmons has more on the safe haven law This meant to prevent cases like this. This is a story that You don't really often here, and we haven't had any amendments and eight years were name Marku was a spokesperson for Baby Safe Haven since 2004. The Safe Haven act of Massachusetts allows a parent illegally surrender newborn infants seven days old or younger at any hospital, police station or man fire station without fear of facing criminal prosecution. This incident reminder you can find help. This is really tragic, too here and you know, I think it's really important for everybody just to know that this law is out there. And there are people who want to help and the baby discovered Friday afternoon in a trash can that baby wrapped in a grocery bag.
A Peppa Pig Theme Park Is Coming to Legoland Florida in 2022
"In Orlando. Evan Brown News Ready Own Wofl, A Lego land in Winter Haven will soon be hogging up more land with a new Peppa pig. Big theme park, the 4.5 acre parks expected to open next year, focusing on the typical Peppa pig fan kids under the age of six. Being able to bring her to life, you know and yellow tell her story and more opportunities for those younger kids to be able to come in and actually meet pepper pig Rex Jackson with Lego Land, says visiting the Peppa Pig
A Peppa Pig Theme Park Is Coming to Legoland Florida in 2022
"L A Peppa Pig will soon have our own theme park Lego Land in Winter haven hopes to open the 4.5 acre park next year. Focusing on the typical Peppa pig fan kids under the age of six. Being able to bring her to life, you know and be able to tell her story in a themed environment of the theme park gives us a lot more opportunities, toe tell the additional stories and more opportunities for those younger kids to be able to come in and actually meet pepper pig. Rex Jackson with Lego Land, says the Peppa Pig theme park requires a separate ticket from a mission to Lego land more details on the rides and pricing coming this
Preservation Chicago announces most endangered places in Chicago
"Chicago's lakefront is on an annual list of the city's most endangered places. The group preservation chicago says it's concerned that public lakefront lands are sometimes considered development projects by politically connected developers and institutions and suggest the city park district pursue a national park designation for the entire lakefront. Also on the list roman catholic churches throughout chicago for a second time as the archdiocese of chicago was forced to consolidate or close parasitic parishes and churches and the phillis wheatley home at fifty first and south michigan which once served as a safe haven for black women and girls coming to chicago during the great migration but it has since suffered santeuil deferred maintenance also on the list of seven or the south chicago masonic temple the cornell store and flats the central manufacturing district original east and west loop industrial buildings
Should the US Federal Reserve Buy Bitcoin?
"Why the us needs. Bitcoin elon musk and other. Vip's have endorsed it. Here's why the federal reserve should seriously consider btc for its balance sheet. The united states will adopt bitcoin as a reserve asset. Why because it is unequivocally in strategic interest to do so. The question is not if this will happen but when whether it happens within twelve months to years five years or ten years will have major implications for us positioning for decades failure to embrace bitcoin sooner rather than later will damage strategic interests and benefit rivals. Adopting at first by examining how the us and other countries manage their reserve assets. Today we can already see the logic for this transition to occur golden empire today the us hold two hundred sixty one. Million troy ounces. Eight thousand one hundred and thirty-three metric tons of gold or about four hundred and seventy five billion worth this makes the us the largest holder of gold in the world by a wide margin with over two times the amount of the next largest holder germany. Historically there was a very good reason for the us to own gold the us dollar was pegged to its value yet. The us broke with the gold standard in nineteen seventy-one ushering in the fiat currency age that has existed ever since. So why exactly the. Us and other countries continue to own all this gold here. Some of the reasons provided directly from central bankers themselves. Gold is the defacto safe haven asset. It is an insurance policy against any major economic. Monetary or geopolitical shifts given gold's ample liquidity and universal appeal countries can easily liquidate it for other assets in turbulent times. Gold is both independent of any given country's economic or monetary policies while also having a fixed supply on earth with relatively stable supply growth making it an ideal hedge against both monetary inflation and fluctuations in other reserve assets. Gold is viewed as nobody's liability. It cannot be frozen in a bank account or defaulted on when frictions between countries arise combined these reasons with the cultural importance of gold and it's uncontroversial to say that having more golden everyone else is a very good thing. Fort knox two point. Oh bitcoin similarities. To gold are well-documented. Earning it the appropriate nickname of digital gold yet. Bitcoin shares many similarities with cluding scarcity. Stable supply inflation fungibility durability. It also makes major improvements over golden some key areas when gold is in high demand. Minors are incentivized to dig up more of it increasing its supply. Bitcoin supply does not change in the face of demand making it less inflationary and more predictable far easier and cheaper to verify the authenticity of bitcoin. Gold bitcoin is much easier to transfer than gold and cost much. Less to store securely. Bitcoin is easily divided whereas gold is not for these reasons a rapidly increasing number of people companies and institutional investors agree that having more bitcoin than everyone else is a very good thing today. This includes the world's richest man highly conservative long-term thinking asset managers industry-leading companies and the most prominent macro investors in the
Seaplane Pilot Genesah Duffy on Living Your Dream
"Let's get on with the show first of all. This is the person i have on today. Is somebody that i truly admire. Because of the fact that Her persistence perseverance. And hard work has gotten to the position where she is today and again. That's as chief pilot and manager of operations flight operations and training for icon. Aircraft has a sea plane pilot and her name is jeanette duffy genesis. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. Yeah this is awesome as you know we were just talking off line. We met a few years back when you actually were introduced to pulse. Stay college and your on boarding there. That was pretty exciting time. We're getting started in your career and it sure has blossom From that point so you are a graduate correct of pokes. Yeah awesome awesome Well before we talk too much about bulk state and we'll talk about that later and you you really have had a varied path to the flight deck and one thing i want to mention is That you are Ex or retired navy. yes. I was in the navy. Four I just did one term for years but I'm a veteran cool. We appreciate your service and all those that are listening right now. So we'll talk a little bit about that too transitioning as a veteran because You know we do a lot of career. Coaching with veterans coming out. There are some unique things. It's it's definitely different world. that's for sure. Yeah for sure but genesee you. You took a different path and we're talk a little bit about that You became a sea pilot instructor and didn't go the route of the airlines which It was seems like that was kind of the direction. You may have been Heading towards so a lot of people are. I'm sure they're gonna be saying why in the world a seaplane pilot. I asked that sometimes to back. When i started flying and when i go to the military i really had no idea what i was going to do in aviation klein was not remotely in the realm of things that i was considering the time So it just kind of be. It was happenstance that i fell into Going on discovery flight and realizing i wanted to be a pilot. But i didn't know anything about aviation like nothing. I knew no pilots. Nothing so when i started flying i kind of assumed while all right i'll be an airline pilot. That's that's what you do you become pilot For delta or american. Or whatever. And then once i got my commercial rating was actually right around the fifteen hundred hours switch so before just assume as get my commercial rating star working for murph operator planning on being i And then fifteen hundred our role kitten play. Sounds like okay so now after struct this is going to be different. Also didn't really know anything besides meeting my instructor for the first time didn't know anything With that was like or or what that could be like But then i actually kinda enjoyed instructing a little bit. And i started down that path and then i realized i don't know about actually want to go be an airline pilot. I liked. I mean. I like flying smaller aircraft. I started looking into more of the adventure. Type flying i even i debated before going fixed-wing being a helicopter pilot. I'm so i was kinda just all over the place. Since i was so new into aviation in general i just wanted to explore the different avenues. Before i committed to going to the airline route. I felt like the airline route was a safety net. Were all pilots can end up going to the airline route And then i started working actually an aircraft maintenance job because i also thought about getting my amp license. And i wanted to know more about maintenance and and really just general aviation as as a whole and i felt like working at a maintenance shop would have Did give me a lot of information about the industry. And and i met some incredible incredible people on the way And that made. It shop was at winter haven airport which everyone knows is is jack. Browns is so just one day. I decided i was like you now. I have no idea what. I'm going to use this four but i feel like one day i might use it so i just over a weekend. I went over to jack. Rowell's got my seaplane. And then i think maybe it was a year later that i actually started doing some seaplane instructions so i didn't do anything with were while and then it just kinda started to fall into place after that
"new haven" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign
"And that's how I wound up in Los Angeles Nick. The AHL is a much different league now that it was back. Then you know kind of had the reputation in the seventies and eighties as you know maybe more funding league more of League where rather than just you know to develop young players. It was a retirement league for players. To where you had a lot of older guys who went to finish their careers. And how have you? How did you see the development of that league in your time there and since you've moved onto the NHL? Do you least progress. Yeah it is much different Zach Than it was you know when. I was there in the Late seventies early eighties I I remember well new haven the team. I I worked for usually every year. Gm and coach Park Parker MacDonald He would sign a couple of older pros to American League contracts and they'd wind up living in new haven and they do some pr work in the off season One of them was Gary Gilbert who was A defenseman broken I think with the Minnesota Stars another was ray clearwater. Who had a lot of time in the W. H. a? With the the Cleveland Crusaders and and in new haven my first year. They actually worked with two different. Nhl Teams One was I believe Was the north stars and the other was the New York Rangers so as opposed to present day in the Ahl where all the players AHL team are part of one NHL Organization. And as you guys know a lot of the AHL teams are owned by the NHL team that they work with So you had local Players to to give the team you know. Fan Fan favorites and we had a player that Tom Colley newhaven played there for six or seven years would always be one of the top scorers. Just wasn't quite talented enough to to make it to the Ahl but he loved playing the Kings loved to have him back in the lineup so he played there for a long time So yeah and then there were some teams. I
"new haven" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign
"And he knew you know all the people that were in Rochester radio including lanny for Terry who before he got the job with the amherst worked at the same radio. Station is my dad and my dad said you know. Lanny's leaving if you're interested in doing the You know this is what you should do. Send a tape Blah Blah Blah. Well okay hung up the phone and at the time. I was a disc jockey in Rochester Which was my my first paying broadcasting job out of college. I actually worked my senior year weekends. doing Dj work at this station. And so I felt this was the path I was going to go on And I wasn't really overly excited about an opportunity to get into sportscasting. I've always loved sports but I just felt that I'm I'm tracking the right way. I'm happy so a couple of days past and I went to my box of college stuff and there was one reel of tape in there and it wasn't labeled and I put it on my machine and it was a tape of a an Ithaca College hockey game. Excuse me I think it was against I wanNA say Oswego state and And I listened to it and I said you know what this is a very good I can't send us in even if I interested so the next day. I go to the radio station where I'm working. I go at night when no one's around and I go into the production room and I put the tape On a reel to reel and edit out all the bad stuff took me about three hours to get smart. Maybe ten minutes maybe ten minutes of decent play-by-play and Zach and adirondack. Yeah I mean you look back you look back on this stuff and you go. How does anybody ever higher you But so I sent them the tape and I got the job and finished that season and I did. The next season and then Then they let me go I just got married. In June of seventy seven came back from a honeymoon and I found out they weren't going to rehire me so now I'm starting to scramble around and back then. The American Hockey League didn't have that many teams. I think there were only eight. You could probably research this You know for seventy will be seventy seven seventy eight season maybe only eight teams so I called every one of them with the exception of Nova Scotia which was a Canadian team. Obviously and asking if they had an opening because I after doing you know games for a year and a half. I kind of enjoyed it and felt maybe I'll pursue this and there was an opportunity in new haven and they hired me. They they only had a part time. Guy Did weekend's Game Weekend Games. He was also a A disc jockey in new haven a former minor league player as well so he would travel and do just weekend games on their radio station. But there were looking to expand to Somebody to do full-time do all. Seventy two seventy six games. Whatever the schedule was back then so I got the job there and Was there for four working on my fifth season When the door opened in Los Angeles the kings and nighthawks at that time had a working agreement and things just kind of fell into place. And that's how
"new haven" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign
"But it's amazing in this day and age that we haven't figured out a better way and how they're just always scenes seems to be horns locking between those two groups at every every sport it's important to note that the vote to wasn't unanimous through a couple of clubs Carolina IN TAMPA BAY. Who DID NOT VOTE? Yes to the original proposal. I think Gary Bettman said it wasn't a perfect solution. There wasn't GonNa be any solution that everyone was one hundred percent in Andrea. Someone's GonNa poke holes in this just as they would have no matter what they did with this resolution of play. I think the NFL did a pretty good job of putting together a well thought out proposal for not only the resumption of play but also the draft. But it certainly you know you look at baseball and Nhl Only lost ten games of the regular season. Baseball hasn't played a single inning of regular season ball this year so this return is a lot bigger for them than it is for the GEL in terms of the overall like landscape of the game and it seems like they don't appear to be overly close either on in the they're not even close and it like every sport you wonder if we're GONNA have another lockout in the NHL. At some point in our lifetime or at some point in the next twenty years and most people who around the game would tell you? It's more probable than not. I just like to think that I mean you can't lose a full season ever again. It just can't happen ever again it at already. Eleven twelve or Twelve thirteen excuse me was horrible. That was terrible. You just can't let it happen integrity. The League if you have to go through four zero five like I. I actually think Baseba- is probably closer than anybody to losing a full season because those salaries are getting so outrageous. And you know that the sport isn't growing exponentially like the salaries are like they're gonNa hit a wall the NHL in four zero five at least was like you know what we do this once. We get the salary cap in place. Maybe it's GonNa keep us on an even keel for a little while you know for for what it's worth but baseball seems to be going that way and they don't seem to be close accurate. Oh Go ahead I was reading. It said you know. The proposed a revenue sharing thing similar. To what the NHL has in place and the PA immediately rejected. Say this salary cap and we won't agree to that. Yeah at some point at some point. You're going to have to have a salary gap like there is. It's just so awful illogical my opinion to not have the dodgers to fifty luxury tax is a joke. So here's here's my thoughts on his baseball thing and Zach bit more about it so I'll let you elaborate. I don't necessarily get into the weeds as much on the semantics but a lot of the players. Whatever the the newest structure that was put out by the ownership that that the players are having some problems with is that the highest paid players are basically have to take a seventy percent. Pay Reduction like a player who is making ten million has to make two point nine for the season whereas players who are making under a million. There's was cut in half or so they. You know the lowest was gonna be like two hundred or two hundred fifty thousand Around that rank. I can totally understand and there's been a big twitter. It's been very prevalent on. Twitter has been a lot of words flying around from both both sides from fans arguing about it. I can totally understand players needing to fight for their for their money. You know I hear it the in the NFL. I've heard that a very us. I'm sure it's it goes to every sport every locker. You don't talk about another man's money you don't count another man's money like you. Don't worry about what your team mates making worry about you. So I totally get that. If you're making ten million dollars and it goes to three. It's a big difference. I totally understand a player Fighting for that the guys who are making thirty five million being asked to go down to nine whatever it is I totally understand it. I also think that fans on social media and any sports talking had anything like that. Us on this podcast. Whoever as every right in the world to criticize the players for that to like that is a first world problem? You're in a time right now. Where people are losing their hourly jobs and can't afford their monthly rent anymore so I don't have much sympathy for a guy who's complaining about a seventy percent pay-cut from ten million to two to three million or from a guy who's who's GonNa Complain About Know Five fifty to fifty when that's the minimum i. If I were in the players position I get it again so but I have no problem with fans complaining that these guys won't play the game. They're making millions of dollars at the end of the day. They are in their in a better position than ninety nine point nine percent of people who are looking on so I see both sides but I think fans have every right to complain about about these baseball players complaint. I I'll fans are gonNA complain no matter what happened so it doesn't matter right. That's just what people who are emotionally invested. Do I think that from what I read in? The players already agreed. Essentially to fifty percent salary cut across the board essentially pro-rated deal so if they played eighty one games they would get fifty percent of their salary and so on and so forth.
"new haven" Discussed on Chewing the Fat
"Change From the Yale Sustainable Food Program. This has been chewing the fat the episode notes. You'll find great list of covert nineteen resources compiled by the new haven food policy council. We also wanted to spotlight love fed and sanctuary kitchens efforts today. Lafayette is continuing. Its home farms campaign to empower new haven residents with their own garden beds to learn more about this initiative and love Fed more generally visit love. Fed newhaven dot org or follow them on Instagram at love. Fed and H V. Sanctuary kitchen is providing pickup and delivery meals during this pandemic for more information visit sanctuary kitchen dot org or follow them on Instagram at sanctuary kitchen. Ct City seed. It's parent organization has also organized preorder pickups at its farmers markets with additional benefits for snap recipients special. Thanks to Amna. Sally carrol buyer alka race but the Swamy Raven Blake and Samaya con for speaking with us. This episode was produced by Alexis Dinger. Amy Zhang Linlin Sasha's Amina Thomas Hagan and myself early mixing by Ryan mcevoy the broadcast studio music by Eddie Joe. Antonio and Luis Felice Artwork by Logan Howard program support by Jacqueline. No GERMY Oldfield. Mark Bomford season two weeks until then stay safe and be kind to one another..
"new haven" Discussed on Chewing the Fat
"Tell more stories and reach more people like you in other words. You're helping US yes. Thank you for listening back to the show while different actors enter the new haven food landscape from their own distinct ingle and personal history. One common thread that connects some of them is the importance of visible representation than having your story heard in particular sanctuary kitchen and its food gathering. Serve AS A Bridge Building. Platform that facilitates cultural exchange between different residents. Who all call new haven home. What we've witnessed through sanctuary kitchen and the people who participate both from the shafts. The community from the staff are these connections that are made at otherwise really difficult to make so to spend to come to a turn of events. I mean this is usually sometimes their first exposure to somebody from Syria from Sudan from Pakistan. And you know they might have heard about them from the news or from you know headlines but when they're actually face to face and sharing a meal with our chefs I mean. They're getting a human story and learning that they're just like the rest of us in terms of wanting safe home opportunities for their families education for their kids and that no one willingly leaves their home unless they have no other options. Almeida a refugee chef at thing trae kitchen sherzer experiences working there and how it has helped her connect parts of her past with present to adopt a new life in America. I worked with some Turkish and to give us an to work with them. Very good idea for the woman the counter new country on different kosher. The system here is very good work. They have 'em here to dish us about how to grow business like food and give us through nitty on for like no just me also for the woman. No speak English specially when he came to hear out any which is very hard to find job. Lot Bad on the other hand uses farming education to facilitate the representation of African American history and agriculture. Another one of our campaigns is urban farming education which is available at some places in some programs for youth in the city but also it doesn't specifically address history as far as like black farmers at all so there's no real historical context. It's more of an environmental approach or just this is why you should just grow food. Because it's good for your health to make deeper connection for people. They need to see themselves reflected in what they're doing so there needs to be a narrative in context in history in connection that needs to be made to a mainstream audience. Worked Lafayette does. Urban farming may seem like a newer trend but the organization wants to dispel that myth by sharing a history that has been somewhat erased and they just didn't call urban farming so that's kind of the pilots and I'm just like yeah. This is like oh. Yeah every barring. Nag We do roof tiles. Cd This this is cool. Like okay yeah. But it's not new. There are a lot of white lead nonprofits. Who are doing this work too. So I think for younger people coming up new haven especially if they're black and Brown. They don't see themselves running these organizations demystifying that people don't grow their own food is definitely one thing and for La Fed being black organization. It's understanding the nuances of. Why especially black folks have feelings around food or farming in particular in urban farming? There's a lot of associations still with our history of knowing just like okay. You don't do this type of work because this type of work reminds folks of slavery right so unpacking that in kind of creating healing space in conversations around what is actually when you are farming and there's a sense of empowerment that comes with it. There's just so many other things like to have a relationship to the land is actually healing and a lot of ways in therapeutic. There are just so many benefits that come from growing your own food one just being like you can sustain yourself. There's a self resiliency narratives especially is very important to be intention unclear butter the narratives and and what's being said as these food center nonprofits work hard to dig into amplify certain marginalized narratives within the city. Ba- facilitate avenues for those in their target populations to come together to strengthen bonds and build power raven clarifies. How urban farming fits into? Today's modern context by firming how the generational roots of urban farming may be more widespread than we think a lot of people no matter what their background is. Heaven Agrarian Lineage for folks who were born and raised in the United States especially for folks who are immigrants like folks have a long history in their family of folks who grew food and even when they were initially placed in two or migrated to urban areas. They were still growing their own food. But urban farming is still not without its modern day challenges especially regarding land access. Urban areas have a greater population density and development. Projects are not an uncommon sight and new haven a lot of our our problems from an urban ag standpoint or food access in housing development. Go Hand in hand with land and power dynamics in the city so I've been interested in having more conversations with people around those things. So in what ways can we organize potentially together around basically the same issue it's land like coups being pushed out or moved around or what's happening. There is placement then may not just be a faraway issue that refugees from far corners of the globe face. It's a local issue affecting vulnerable populations that lurks in the very communities. We live in recognition of this problem and giving it its due attention key steps towards creating more inclusive solutions. Meanwhile the refugee chefs to experience their own. Form of displacement nations across the world have converged inside seeing trade kitchen. They built community together through food amongst chefs never in Syria or in Afghanistan. Would you have Sudanese woman and Afghan woman a Syrian woman? An Iraqi woman sitting together Role IN GRAPE LEAVES. Almanac has also created her own dish. That has gained broad community appreciation at city seats farmers markets. When I came about Sanjay kitchen thought me I went dishes. They ask me how to how to make Mohammed. I know the different way but when I asked they told me different what I remember because I didn't was due this guy in Mohammed Atta on us my mom and my brother my brother Shay Middle East Put in Saudi Arabia Five Stars and he said there and he he tells me and I ask him about this guy in this momento hidden told me and after he told me. I don't like that US before him. I both some from them and from my recipe and I make one dish named Mohammed Atta. This might also be a didn't get this far from my mom or from my country. I make this has a cult following this great delicious. Explain what's in it. Yeah yeah this is very halsey one. That was On Yemen olive oil but began. Malicious is on the hot sauce. Pepper dishes is very healthy and fresh. It's a dip Pratt or go to market you. One of our most popular and many people have tried to recreate it and have a failed. Try it like this. Then sit anyone to make a special dish. Definitely be something special thaw the refugee chefs. Sap trae kitchen and Raven came to be a new haven for different reasons and the parts they play in the complex food landscape of the city differ as well but they all call the city home and they all shed light on a particular need of the city be at a central policy avenue connecting the landscape to the city government or the integration of newly arrived refugees or access to land in fresh produce in urban context organizations like. Saint trae kitchen and love. Fed are two puzzle pieces. Fill important niche in the city's food ecosystem. They provide a particular solution to a particular problem. But what about the bigger puzzle that is the ELM citys food system at large with all of its problems and correspondingly? All of its possibilities of change. Here's Raven on the Vision Party. Love Fed recently hosted. We want to have a vision boarding party. This is around the time of the year the end of the year or the beginning of the New Year where people get together how we want to map out our lives and we thought how do we want with Lauren. Kim Who was in our young adult program her and I were thinking. What do we do as far as like a story telling around food and environmental justice and so this idea of the Vision Board? He came because it was like what would it look like for community members of a place in May making space for people who identifies by indigenous people of color coming together in solidarity and communally sharing food coming together? Envisioning what we want the change to be in our food systems because we know that they're not broken but working just how they were meant to in that is to enact and engaging like this food apartheid but what would it look like if we in our wildest dreams or at least starting right in this place of trying to imagine and get out of what we know already exist but what would it look like if something like breastfeeding was supported more so in society or if we had more farmers of color throughout the day or if land was accessible or just from the process of production to distribution what do all these sectors kind of look like in. How would we WANNA see that? Change happen and it was really interesting but because there's also a thing we see as a first step in kind of a longer process of in a more intentional in like action oriented way. What do we do with this information? That is the next thing like we could also potentially use it for bettering the programming of love fed and taking it to different folks when it comes to policy. Because we also know anything's GONNA change if we can't change them as far as legislatively. So how do we take this information and use it to our best of Our Future? Not only does the visiting party represent a slice of the enthusiastic energy of new haven's cross-cutting community activists it also reflects her optimistic hopes for more inclusive also abilities in the future. The hopes to use her unique policy platform to translate some of these efforts Boston possibilities until policy. I hope that the newly even food system will continue to grow to meet the current and future needs of all its residents as they so desire like I said. I don't want to be too prescriptive in people's needs and demands change over time so I can say that one thing is that I hope that there's increased awareness about all the amazing and meaningful passionate work. That's already being done around food. Systems in new haven in part of the various networks and a part of I think this can look like local regional national even international recognition. I also hope that more people start thinking about the issues around food more systemically how legacies of oppression have continued to shape the food system in through this increased awareness. I hope that kind of helps reframe how we approach some of these issues. The policies the programs how organizations can position themselves the fruits entered coalition building in New Haven. Strikes me the city more equitable home for all its residents the general kind of mentally? I gotTA leave this place to do whatever work? I think. There's a lot of opportunity oftentimes when we think things are missing from a place. That's where there's the other way of looking at it in shifting. Your perspective is like we're those avoid like there's also an opportunity newhaven food activists are unafraid. To point out the things that's missing and the city landscape and more importantly they are unafraid. To imagine an actualize all the possibilities of.
"new haven" Discussed on Chewing the Fat
"Welcome to join the fact. The Yale sustainable food programs. Podcasts looks at people making change in the complex world of ood and agriculture. I'm your host Irwin. -Ly as physical distancing measures continue in the city of new haven. A number of food related organizations have expanded their work to serve people in the new Haven Food Policy Councils collaborative working group that advises the on local and regional food issues the other week it held its regular monthly meeting over zoom gathering. Many of the city's food activists nonprofit leaders and more. It was a powerful look at many efforts in calls to action happening across the ecosystem of Naven. These developments had is thinking about a story that one of our students amy. John have been working on earlier this year. She'd been looking at havens food. Landscape listening to organizations share why they wanted to create change on food related issues. What followed were amazing accounts of people each working in their own ways to center inclusion. I think these stories help explain. At least some of new haven's unique food work and why people care so much about supporting one. Another right now. Take a listen. And the city of new haven there is a robust ecosystem surrounding food centered community building. Grassroots organizations play diverse roles in using food and agriculture to bring people together and to strengthen the city in particular some nonprofit spring forth to bolster the inclusion of marginalized populations. I wanted to learn more. About how the city's vibrant urban context uniquely gives rise to in Sports. This kind of work Leeann has some really fierce advocates food system. Advocates housing advocate anti-racism organizers. There's really vibrant arts and culture community in not to say that any of these things surprised me but while I was a graduate student at Yale I wasn't as engaged in these things. I was focusing on international development in tropical resources while I was in graduate school so a lot of my focus was toward other places but now as a non student. I'm really thrilled to be part of this vibrant active small city. That was a swami. The city's director of food systems policy a position uncommon too many municipalities across the nation. This role is a direct product. The time and energy of new haven's food activists who wanted to put concerns related to the food system on the table of policymaking role within the city government gives her a high level perspective of different actors on the ground contribute to the local food landscape at large. There's a lot of unpaid advocacy. Were these issues and topics but there are several community gatherings such as dinners and events. I'm sure you've heard of for example sanctuary kitchen. There used to be events through the new haven food policy council in with local culinary experts and catering specialists. There's a lot of opportunity to also kind of like dig in the dirt together in like learn about how we grow and produce food. So there's the love fed initiative that is really active in working with youth than other people in the community. We have doing a mad. Trust newham farms which is now merged into a new organization and they do a lot of activities in their community gardens that are spread out throughout the city. There's a lot of community farm based wellness health programs in education their culinary programs in the senior centers. They're just a variety of ways. That community comes together around food and I am sure I am missing a million things. Food has the ability to drive economic development within the local refugee community people who resettled face unique challenges in adjusting to a new life and this includes finding a new job. The city is home to a resettlement agency called Integrated Refugee and immigrant services or Irish. For Short it was founded in nineteen eighty two a year nestled in the longtime period during which the US lead the world in terms of the number of refugees welcomed inside its borders and even though the national refugee admissions cap has now dropped to historic lows newhaven continues to welcome refugees and Iris continues to operate having resettled three hundred thirty people in twenty seventeen and one hundred twenty in two thousand eighteen. I spoke with Sumaya. Khan the founder of sanctuary kitchen. We run refugee. Emigrant lead cooking classes and supper clubs and other culinary events where we partner with other organizations and businesses that highlight the cultures and the stories of the refugees and immigrants that we work with. And actually how I'm GONNA joined back in two thousand seventeen. She was sponsored by Jay Carr the Jewish Community Alliance for Refugee Resettlement and they approached us and said on as an amazing Kirk and she wants to get involved. So ominous was in the first batch of chefs who hosted supper clubs where she prepared these beautiful Syrian dinners where in in the host and the guest would get together with Anna and eat her food together and she would share her story and get an they would get to know each other. So these events we do about three to four events a month and then last year we launched our catering social enterprise and that's when Carol joined with her expertise to really build out our catering program and this is an opportunity for refugee and immigrant chefs to actually have employment and get professional development training but the goal is to again provide regular employment with a livable wage and then provide training opportunities for the woman to gain the skills that they can get for gainful employment afterwards and for most of the women at this is our first like professional experience and for women in particular you know they face a lot more barriers to employment and then when you add in language and not having a community it becomes even more challenging. Urban Agriculture on the other hand has recently gained a surge of attention for its ability to tackle food insecurity with its community gardens and farms. This is especially pertinent in new haven as it is populated by low income residents and urban areas that lack easy access to affordable and fresh foods in response to this city seed a nonprofit that helps Maya launch thing. Trae kitchen regularly operates farmers markets that allow shoppers receiving snap benefits to get locally. Grown Healthy Produce Raven Blake who was born and raised in new haven. Is another food advocate. Who HOPES THAT? Urban Agriculture will help create an equitable food system in the city. She and her friend to Sean. Harris Co founded the love fed initiative and. Her area of entrusts doesn't seem too surprising given her family history. I remember distinctively going grocery shopping in my early twenties one time with a friend and they were shopping with me and I was like. They're just kind of keeping me company while Grocery shopping and then I'm grabbing fresh produce and they're like way you get you don't get canned green beans and I'm like wait. Why would I get cranky? There's the first ones right here and I think that sucker because we both grew up here like wait what your perspective was food different from mine and thinking back to where that comes from and I think that's very much a part of my like family. History is that on both sides of my family. My father's make moms African American and third new haven are here so from my father's side. They were farmers in Jamaica. And then on my mom's side they're farmers down south only a generations ago and when they migrated up north for better opportunities and things like that they were also doing urban agriculture. They didn't call it that they were just living and growing food as they know it. Like if you have land or you have a home. Then you're going to also grow food on it the team. I love that helps. People grow their own food and promotes localized agriculture within new haven. They do this by connecting with residents in helping them set up garden beds in their own backyards. Which would become fertile sources fresh produce? Not only do barriers of entry exists for immigrants and refugees resettling newhaven other barriers and disparities exist locally such as a lack of representative leadership across various sectors newhaven majority minority city and the African American community makes up the largest minority group here however this demographic makeup is not reflected in the leadership roles across the city loved that aims to tackle this challenge. We Co founded the organization both being black young born and raised in new haven. He has a background in urban farming. And I haven't culinary background as I was telling you before. We met through gardening at our community garden and he helped me to build garden beds for my house and we'd always need up in find ourselves talking about food and kind of changes that we wanted to see in the city and we never saw people who look like ourselves or other community members that live in new haven or in. Connecticut leading nonprofit organizations such as the ones existing in new haven love balancing trade kitchen book during important food related work in the city. However it's important to recognize that they exist and interact with a dynamic food systems ecosystem composed of many interrelated parts. That's unique to new haven. Let's kind of unique about. New Haven is the size of the city in the kind of different parts of the food system that represented by various organizations. So like I mentioned at Food Policy Councils end elsewhere. Small Business Owners interact with people who are experiencing Hungary who are working at health clinics who are new parents who are trying to start community gardens and I think that the size of the city allows for a lot of these advocates to meet and talk with each other and I think that's a bit unique as compared to New York where you have little pockets in kind of like specific communities around these early urban gardeners so we all work together and they might not interact as much with breastfeeding advocates. But here in new haven. I've noticed that there's a lot of intermixing building power across these issues because a lot of people see them as food system issues that cross cutting in hopes to support port each other in their work. We'll be right back. Hey I'm your host Irwin..
"new haven" Discussed on Chewing the Fat
"About what not to do. You know that aren't told because there's no connection between the young and the old I think what makes it the university so powerful that every day you are walking into wisdom of people who were three hundred four hundred years ago so right and there's an expectation that they said while you walk in these halls that not only do you know in word but you feel off you know and I think that could be a model in our communities that will be very powerful. You know this incredible. Oh history here in history. There's an expectation and you walk in it every day. You could feel it. You are connected to the past in a deep way as chart the future so I think if our communities could experience that it would be different here from the L.. Sustainable Food Program. This has been chewing the follow. Eric Kahn cats work on twitter instagram at Khan cat underscore. This episode was produced by Amy Jong. Thomas Hakin and myself early mixing by Ryan mcevoy the Broadcast Studio Studio Music by Eddie Joan. Tonio Lewis Felice Artwork by Logan Howard program support by Jacqueline Mono Jeremy Oldfield no macy and marked Bomford special things to Pearson College the Yell Center for the Study of race indignity and transnational migration for supporting visit as always. We'll see you in two weeks..
"new haven" Discussed on Chewing the Fat
"Embracing. You know what you're doing for their industry than that's incredible. I have run into people who look at me and say while she came in. She really shook up the industry. She's doing stuff that we never even thought about doing and guess what they think. It makes them look bad or n._c._o. Okay what is this check. Check know about beer and she's and she's not even you know. She doesn't look like us. Well sorry i'm here <hes> here to stay not going anywhere and i just think outside of the box like you. I tell you all the time you can do exactly what i do. Just don't you know look at me and you know get upset because i came in and i really kind of when you shake up an industry it causes awareness and sometimes awareness makes people uncomfortable yeah and so when you have people that are uncomfortable with this whole thing of like what's going on like this ghetto explosion of more people getting into the industry you should welcome that because then that means that there's more people that will be buying your brand branson your product so for the most part i have been completely embraced by all demographics. It's just been incredible but i have had those on that. Yeah i've had to deal with and quickly cut ties relationships because you know that they're not out for your best interest and they don't wanna see but little black girl that just got into the beer industry. Take off in succeed. Is that what you do with those people you just you know what you go and you prove them completely wrong and you just keep moving forward so there her there's bumps but i'm going to tell you it's been delightful. The people that i've met on in the industry amazing just to kind a shift gears a little bit. I maybe not. I think together a little bit because i could honestly listen to you talk all day but i know that recently you had a trip to the bahamas yes i did. I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about that. What was the purpose of that absolutely so again. When the associated press picked up the story it just really it went all over the country and we received a call from the gentleman in the bahamas. Who said you know what this brand this product your our story will work wonderfully here. They're like come on you know rhythm bahamas carnival. They said it's one of those things that's just kind of like a perfect perfect match so that was back in like april of may of last year and <hes> just last month. I got an invitation to fly down to the bahamas to meet with the buyers so when you're on an island things are a little bit different because you're going to start exporting so you wanna make sure that your product is in the hands of people that are are your perfect fit so one meeting led to seven and i will tell you that we are currently in negotiations for getting the product to the bahamas. We're gonna be exporting very soon amazing. We are so blessed and so honored to have that opportunity to really get the product and the brand out to the masses but that's going to start a whole island you know find your rhythm in the islands campaign for us so you know would start in in the bahamas and before you know it you know hit. All of the caribbean and so of the trip was wonderful. It was a great great learning experience because i'm like again new not new as an entrepreneur but new to the industry so i learned a lot on the trip took away a lot from from the trip because it was one of those things where yes this is a reality the dream that's going to become a reality to actually get a product you know into the atlanta's or get it into the bahama harmar into the local community and people like that again they have not seen people that look like them on their the island producing manufacturing nevertheless distributing a brand and so people are very excited about that because that will be opening doors in the bahamas for economic development and employment opportunities and that's what i'm most excited about. That's amazing. I i love. I love this connection because you know you have rhythm brewing co. And that such a purposeful name and it's such a purposeful title and you bring that to places where rhythm ms is so much in our hearts and our souls jess in the room this amazing connection. I'm wondering thinking very contemporary narrows this new. I won't even call it new but i guess this more emboldened push for more sustainable products and to have more organic things that are labeled organic like out there in the market <hes> and on the flip side of that. There's this concern that as you're pushing towards sustainability it's going to increase or widen the gap abbatoir who can afford organic and sustainable produce and who can't i was wondering if rhythm brewing is kind of grappling with this sort of issue of of making things accessible and affordable and what kind of dolls perspective is on this sustainable industry yeah well. You know what that that's a great question. We always look at price point. We always look at recipe development. We're always looking continuously looking. What's going to be the next flavor of rhythm. What's going to be the next brand people all the time asking me. You're gonna make a non alcoholic product. Are you gonna make something people. Have we allergies. You know you're gonna make an organic nick berry. You're going to have something that just you know gluten free so with that said everyone that i brew with we all we come to the table to make sure were tapping into different palettes but in general we just make sure that the product that we are producing now we perfect it yeah so that when it hits it's the pallets of a folks. We know that while we're on to something but we really do to your question. We absolutely make sure that our product product is and i will interject here. I do an unfiltered beer. <hes> which has better nutritional value in beer people like people are like there's just is no nutritional value and beer. Yes actually there can be if you produce it unfiltered. <hes> beer like we do in lagers tend to be lighter so you know the calorie count drops. It's so i've kept all of that consideration especially being a female. You know we wanna make sure that you know we don't gain weight. We don't gain weight in our tummies and so the unfiltered product brand really was something that i did more research on but it's about the sustainability of keeping a product consistent <music> out there with your competitors and making sure that people have access to it but that healthier kind of guy can't tell you all of the ingredients that arthur product but we do have some fantastic ingredients on some local things will be incorporating into our beer's soon so we were looking looking at all of that because oh forget there's always a shift in the industry we would people want. People don't want so amazing. I a._m. Was wondering if you could just talk about your vision for the next like year for the next five years what does rhythm brewing co look glide to you going forward right so rhythm. It's funny. I think i shared this with you. We just over the last forty eight hours. A had a social social media outlet that has probably close to a million followers share our story and when that happened then ten other outlets picked it up so we just looked this morning and we had over a million engagements that came in interactions with rhythm and so now people people want to know in virginia and california and atlanta they wanna know in boston. They wanna know in new york and jersey d._c. Z. philly all over the country. Where can we get the product so our vision is to really get to that supply and demand brew do more beer but really get the message. People are connected with this brand because there's a story behind. Just not something you go pick up on the shelf when you see rhythm you'll know that there's a someone that's a professional salsa. Dancer actually created this brand and this product and she's paying mature grandmothers and she's trying to create economic and social equality through a brewing company <hes> and that's what we want. We want to be the beer brand that has literally. We changed the game. We've come in. We've tapped into different. Ethnicities different people's palates and i'm talking for beer drinkers that are like these as you know i._p. A in these craft beer people we're talking to them to we want them to join this movement with us know. So what do i see if there is any indication of what i just saw in the last forty eight hours with a million plus engagements with the company then the next year the next five years ears is to have this brand across the country and the islands <hes> and all the islands people joke with me. They say you know at least a bo is ursa king and behavior they go. You're the queen of beer so they've nicknamed me lady long and so we would like to have that presence in the beer worlds on and then in exchange you know give give back to the community so sir doing some. You know you buy a six pack then. There's a certain portion donated so we want to be that company now yeah but in five years i am going to say three because i think three is a little bit more realistic. I know that we will have made significantly way in the industry stream more importantly we will have opened up doors for so many others that are trying to get into this or that are already in it so we have big dreams the entire hopes and we wanted to sell a ton of beer and we always tell people drink responsibly. You've purchased. We want people to just be conscious you know of of that support a brand and the vision yeah so usually i and like the food program to in the fat we like to close goes out by asking our guests <hes> what is like one myth that they would like to dispel in the food industry so i'd like to constrict that a little bit for you so what what is one myth that you wish would kind of just like go away and the brewing industry the one would be that not only certain demographics can enjoy craft beer because that's just not true. There's an there's a movement in you. No this country and i don't know if people know this but women were the first brewers women were so. We're just basically just getting back and doing what we normally would do. I it's just comfortable. It just seems very it's very natural so yeah. The myth would be just like you know we w- there's a place for all and craft beer. It's just you know take that and and let folks enter and you know just in being inclusive in embrace.
"new haven" Discussed on Chewing the Fat
"To keep our products very pure and keep the quality and because we believe in healthy eating. I was wondering hiring. I think you spoke a little bit about just kind of like the historical roots of plant based eating particularly in the caribbean but i'm wondering <hes> and maybe this is as much a question for me as it is for the podcast i'm vegetarian <hes> and that's kind of an anomaly in my family <hes> and i was wondering what you would say to elders elders in the community who are reticent to exchange some unhealthy <hes> but albeit culturally important recipes and foods for more healthy ones so you mentioned kind of like the mac and she's one and now you have this vegan mac and cheese that is delicious by the way thank you and how just like what would you say to ehlers in our community. I would say you know. Just give it a try. Be opened kind of understand why you know it is kind of vital for your health to make certain changes despite over our environment to make certain changes. Just i thrive off people. I think that once people realize the food tastes good and it it's actually food and you know they kinda overcome the whole. Oh my god it's v in its plant based because honestly sometimes if you don't even tell them it's vegan. They eat it. They taste good. They're like okay like i can do this so it's funny because just like you said being vegetarian. It's like an anomaly in your family and it was us for us as well cues been <hes> vegan vegetarian for like over twenty years or so and me about ten years and i and it wasn't common in our family you know there's a few people amongst are fairly but not many but now since we've shared a a lot of our food with them and even since we've opened the restaurant my dad's vegetarian his mom's alleged -tarian of our family eats more plant base more regularly and i think it's just because they know it's healthy and it tastes good and they still get the same flavors as their traditional flavor so i would just say to those you know. Give it a try. Open your mind. Try to understand why it's it's a good thing. It's not about that we from the earth. You know it's beneficial for us. Versus versus having to not living substances in our body. You know what i mean so yeah one thing that she said they are just kind of like thinking thing about the connection between personal health and health for the earth. I was wondering how sort of brimming vegetarianism awesome or plant based eating in this way. How can this sort of reshape our current ideas of sustainability as a mostly white elitist form of environmentalism or even just healthy eating eating. You know yeah well. We just need to share it more. You know amongst ourselves because the more people know the knowledge is really what helps spread edited around. Unfortunately some of us have been able to gain that knowledge in certain ways whether it's due to your economic status or your education being not aware aware of what environmentalism is you know and protecting your environment. I see people throw trash out of their cars. You know sometimes it's like. Why can't you just hold thrown in the trash can and i'm like maybe they don't know better and if they would know that that you know is going to sit there forever than maybe they wouldn't do it so it could be just the knowledge that we need to bring to people to be more aware of their environment and what it means to be more aware of their environment and be more aware of their health and what it means but i feel like the vegan trend if you want to call it like as it's growing doing is actually helping people become more aware in may start with just looking at their health but i think eventually they start to realize like it's not i just about themselves that it should be spread. The other living beans the planet. What sustainability will do for so yeah. It's just like taking steps. So do you think that i mean i think that food fosters community. How do you think that and your restaurant has been a community space for people. Do you think that your strat has been able to build community in that way definitely like i said i see people of all orientation races come together and they're sitting in one spot and you know they may not do those things naturally but like you said it's the food and your household food brings people together you also in the kitchen and congregate and talk about your day so people end up congregating sitting sitting at a table with somebody they may not know in talking sharing about their business or sharing about other things that are going on people talk with us about what's going on so oh it does help build a community and i do think it's helping others to just be more human humane to others which is goes hand in hand right yeah final question. <hes> wanted to thank you so much for sitting down and chatting with me. I feel like i learned a lot and definitely loved hearing your perspective perspective on just kind of like the connections between food and community and veganism and culture. I usually like to end with asking our guests a question about about what is like a misconception either about sustainability or about in your case veganism that that you would like love if this misconception did not exist. It's funny because it's the whole like with the veganism. Thing people are like like i need me. I gotta eat meat. Food doesn't taste good if i don't have meat so if that's the biggest misconception that along with lately think people who i just eat grass all day. That's what people used to ask me. What do you eve you. Don't eat the grass and like it's like when people see this is food. This is what we should be eating like. I said eating from the earth protecting the earth because we need to eat from it so effect can be like understood stood can definitely help you know also the biggest misconception is big into not.
"new haven" Discussed on The Green Light
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"new haven" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"To fifty five one hundred fifty five one hundred Elvis Duran in the morning show. I told him for God, I'm in LA. I got to walk out to the Hollywood walk of fame and clean my star. Did you see the picture? I posted of the my star of the other day. It's also let's see what happened. Well, it's right outside a nightclub which doesn't help people. Go in there and get trashing come out and throw up on my star. Stop it based frown. Yes. Puking on my star. Anyway, I think I'm gonna go get some sort of handy wipes or what what do they call them the Colorado ups? No handy wipes. Let's handy white. You know, what it is you why do you ask questions like this thing? It's a white the little blue cloth. I know you're talking about. Zach don't you clean your house? Yeah. But not with that I use like Lysol wipes and stuff like that. Those would work nights to buy all the whites. I can get. Go and clean that mess up. You know, I think Luther Vandross is stars right next door. And he he's no longer with us. Why make clean historic respect? Nobody else is doing it. Right. So what's cleaning star? Anyway. Let's talk about what you can do online. You do a lot of stuff online. Jan Daniel you shop. I do. Yeah. And. Gandhi, Gandhi argues with people on social media too. Me, bro. Now, I know you're listening. If you're listening to us in New Haven, you go to Yale Yale University is doing their most popular class ever. And you can get it online. Now, it's the science of wellbeing. It's a class about happiness. How cool is that? It tells you how to be happy. That's awesome. We await ways step-by-step it's to find more happiness in your life that I want to go look up some of their key ways to be happy. While I've gotten a few key way. I'll get to that in a second. So I know that Nate was looking into this. Are you thinking about taking this online courses? Well, yeah, it actually starts today at believe Andrew was putting up the website at your Twitter at Elvis Duran. Okay. It's it's free. One hundred percent online. Nineteen hours to complete. So it's like three hours a week, and it it's got a four point nine out of five. Yeah. Are saying that that four out of five students at Yale have taken. This course, they love it so much. Okay. It's taught by taught by psychology, professor with daily exercises and homework that allows you to recognize and then drop bad habits while while developing Goodwin's to put in their place. Why? So you're asking Gandhi, what are some of the key things? They focused on any happiness course, focus on your strengths. All right. Think about it. Like, what are you? Great at doing. Everyone is great at doing at least something right? I agree. I think it's on that. I'm a good friend cell up. Oh that was good. Invest in experiences rather than material items. We all know that when you're giving a gift for a birthday or whatever make it a make an experience in not just like a thing that they can put with their other things that we have enough things. Yeah. We definitely do. Now, here's one and I think this is one we could all learn to be a little better at be present in the really great moments in your life. If you're having a great moment stop down in. No, it's happening. Like, oh my God..
"new haven" Discussed on WDRC
"As of sitting here with less than twenty percent of the precincts reporting. So there's still a ways to go. But now, it's beginning to take even more positive shape for Bob Steph announce key. It looks like Bob has about a twenty eight hundred vote lead last time. I talked to you. It was about a thousand it begins. The it's beginning to inch up every every couple of seconds. So the reporting that continuing to come in. But above Stefanski with about a three thousand Lee right now. If you look at. The actual state of Connecticut. What's reported, so far what would precincts have come in nez Lamont? Here's a guy. He's a very wealthy man going at it. Right. Fairfield county where all the money is Fairfield county is almost all the mine. One sixty three percent of the vote in Fairfield county. And what's surprising to me? This hasn't changed since the last time I talked to this is where the race is going to be won or lost in New Haven and Hartford, but a New Haven. Bob has a three thousand three thousand vote lead which is shocking to me. Although I know he's you know, he's from there. But still you would think the city would certainly go for the Mont and in in the eastern part of the state where this radio broadcast is is coming out of here in Leonard, Connecticut, we had said earlier on that I was going to win handily here in this area and ease. He's up his up by seven percentage points, and again is still a long way to go. But Bob, actually, as I'm sitting here talking to you has extended the lead Ian further there is now a nineteen point two percent of the precincts. Reporting and Bob has a full now a complete three thousand vote lead. It was just. Shaya three thousand a couple of minutes ago. Now, it's a clips the three thousand vote lead. So it's you know, it's getting exciting getting very very tight getting very very tight. So so there's I guess. Judge to hold Friday hearing on same day registrating vote registration registration voting in New Haven. As polls closed in. What was expected to be a tight race for governor in Connecticut. Republicans went to court to challenge what.
"new haven" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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"new haven" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Life in. Prison and this is just the first of two trials Mr. Manafort he faces a. Separate trial summer. Prosecution by the special counsel in September in Washington DC was his attorneys who argued not to consolidate these cases French. Lawyers never called. Any witnesses asking the jury to consider the lack of credibility, of the, prosecution's star witness former Manafort associate RIC officials in New Haven Connecticut or now blaming, a bad. Batch of. Synthetic marijuana for sixteen at least seventy one people most of them in a downtown park Wednesday correspondent Tony coupon the Drug Enforcement, Administration has tried to crack down on, the distribution of k two but it hasn't stopped the rising use across the country. In the past three, years, more than thirteen thousand people have reportedly been thickened by synthetic cannabinoid k. to over twelve hundred in the first seven months of this year, alone in may nearly sixty people overdosed. On a batch of the, drug in Brooklyn and officials in Connecticut called today's seen part of a national epidemic. Italian police now confirm at least thirty eight deaths From this week's bridge collapse in, Genoa, that's down one from an earlier account and cruise do continue to look for victims in. The massive debris Charlie Dagda government officials, have, arrived here and. They're facing growing demands to explain exactly how something like this could have happened the, public prosecutor has already announced that a criminal investigation will be underway to determine whether negligence was involved but locals here have been expressing fears for years that that bridge would never survive an earthquake they're also looking at possible design flaws that bridge was built in the nineteen sixties on Wall Street the Dow dropping one hundred thirty seven points or one hundred percent to twenty. Five thousand one sixty two this is CBS news ZipRecruiter the smartest. Way to hire ZipRecruiter's technology finds qualified candidates for businesses of all sizes try it for free at ZipRecruiter. Dot com slash free Okay on page one the page after. The cover thank you Alice you'll see we.
"new haven" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Haven style pizza which is my favorite thing in the world but they serve it in chicago which i didn't think was thing and what is this feels like a made up thing by somebody from connecticut by the way new haven style pizza new haven style pizza is a lot like the pizza we had it's thin it's it's really thin it's brick oven so it gets a little chart that because the ovens hot that's new as pizza it's the specific style of it is sure yeah are you sure that's not just pizza in a brick oven and you had in new haven if you look at all the pizza lists everyone that does these pete's list every year two of the top three places are always newhaven it says new haven pizza served in chicago yeah there's a new haven place in chicago where the the guy who started it is from new haven connecticut oh it is locally known as a pizza is a style of neopolitan pizza common in around new haven connecticut it originated the frank pepe aren't all right i'll stand down my friend no it's a real thing i thought you were making it up to be students do you he was laughing so hard is chains were jinglin on the leather jacket doc rivers just shipped his son austin to washington for marsin cortott cortott it's gonna come in and allow them to get rid of de'andre jordan then maybe just think about all the examples of family members who have crossed over into sports and that la example did not work out very well i know that austin rivers was better than most people think but the general consensus and i reported a good deal on the clippers and i was reporting on my guy chris paul was that austin was overpaid by his dad and that more importantly it disrupted the locker room in a serious way people and i think this is unfair because austin and his father they've talked with us aren't particularly close or at least one particular close to that time doc wasn't around very often he was doing the nba his son austin and said didn't know his dad that well but it still created a scenario where people felt like they're why they're gone fairly but there was a snitch there was an informer there was a spy in the locker room it would be like if you're at.
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"It's one of my favorite spots to go but you get to hear the philosophy and you get two it's it's it's not just a a profile and were not even really talking about mark were trying to get his understanding what it's like to be an italianamerican very quickly and inheriting the sort of the i wanted the burden but the responsibility of karen on that tradition that came with all the time immigrants to new york city and in the next thing you know you're off to japan where you have a very different pizza right because we're trying to define what pizza is how it came from where do people think is the best pizza and to sort of presuppose sometimes comical things and maybe we don't get to prove it as a thesis but uh i genuinely believe that when i go to tokyo i believe that the best pizza in the world for me i can't speak for anyone else is in tokyo and creating those conversations or sometimes maybe the best pizza in the world for me is in new haven which again all of these things are talked about written out but trying to present it and cobbled together in a way that maybe the audience by none of her but no matter where you go for your pizza there is still something fundamentally pizza about it absolutely even domino's is still pizza too many many people why do you think as you've done this show why do you think that there are so many variations of all of these kinds of foods that seems so simple but in fact they can taste totally different no matter where you are a really shows you that we're all making the sort of the same thing in what changes that our cultural beliefs cultural biases um and there is no universal truth about any food because we have so many beliefs and we so many cultural truths you're going to have that variation in food not just with ingredients i mean fried chicken is probably cook the the world around but all over but it's a specific story for each person anna's away lane hotseat hates it that way you don't get epa.
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"Have to go uh did at daily job at nine to five i had said the front of of uh uh uh i am i read o'connor with channel three eyewitness news with your connecticut news on the talk of connecticut through falling breaking news today in glastonbury police say a suspect is in a hospital after being shot by police following a pursuit it's still a very active investigation hours after it all started it ended on chest not hill road and rude '83 and glastonbury we'll have much more on this throughout the day here on channel 3 eyewitness news happening today new haven mayor tony harpool joint stay representative william tong to introduce a new set of guncontrol bills the legislation is expected to include a ban on bump stocks and socalled ghost guns ghost guns have no serial number and can be sold without a background check since they do not meet the federal definition of a firearm an announcement is expected this after noon in new haven et steep police trooper is being remembered across the state today 27yearold trooper daniel miller was killed on saturday night after a headon collision and wilcutt she was offduty at the time the crash happened on route sixty nine the naga tuck and woke at police departments are investigating police say the other driver thirty year old eric rivkin suffered minor injuries and is cooperating with investigators police say it's too early to tell if any charges will be filed those are some of your headlines here on this monday i've irene o'connor with channel 3 eyewitness news with your connecticut news on the talk of connecticut trump i welcome back by the league seven one seven thousand tajik producing more.