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His business is building ice castles. Will that get harder in a warming world?

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 7 months ago

His business is building ice castles. Will that get harder in a warming world?

"In the movie frozen queen elsa magically creates a palace maid of sparkling ice for brent christianson making an ice palace is harder but the results are still enchanting. We tried to create. What feels like a other worldly experience. Christensen is the founder of ice castles. His company builds elaborate structures that tower up to forty feet high. They start by making thousands of icicles. Which the fuse together. And then spray repeatedly with water so given a month of good cold weather we can create some pretty massive structures. Low temperatures are good for building but visitors dislike extreme cold so the company's sites in utah. Colorado new hampshire and wisconsin are in areas that often hover near thirty two degrees some years. It's really cold some years. It's not and we just gotta hold our breath and work with what we have last year. The wisconsin locations opening was delayed because the ice was melting and climate. Change is bringing more warm days. Long-term definitely if i were to pass this down generation generation. We'd be moving further north. I'm sure but for now. Christianson is coping with the uncertainty and this year his team was able to build. Ice castles fit for queen elsa

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"queen elsa" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Of two point seven kiss FM demons out is great is just too so so so tell to doing so many different things queen Elsa from the number one movie in the world frozen to love scene or how much you make three hundred something dollars million now four hundred one house to it pushing it it's going to become a crazy anyway you said something to me I want to go back to it I uber and the talk about them recording us in the car so what's the story so here's the gist of it so over is going to launch a feature to audio record rights in the United States as a way to insure passenger and driver safety so who records the driver or the passenger so the driver is always recording and then the passenger you can choose and like your safety whatever in the settings to say whether you want to be recording this ride or not so they're testing this out in Mexico and Brazil the next month or so before deciding to bring it to the U. S. but wait the drivers always recording yeah so the driver is always ready to record but if you have your being blocked this is how I read the article at least if you choose on your over at that I don't want to be recorded then use the driver can't record you make sense yeah except I am on the side of being able to record and then then you as the passenger can always have your setting on to record every no as the driver so I'm saying if you get into my car I should be able to record my safety yeah I think so date I guess you're right yeah I think if you get in it like if you're coming into my space as the driver you should know I mean maybe should say you're being recorded yeah but I think that would be okay I wouldn't want to be told you can't record me tried I still on safe drivers can set up the feature to automatically record all rights wall passengers will have to activate the feature to the app's safety talk forever is recording all the rights so then what that's what it is the driver's record all the rides but we are not recording on our end unless we want to exactly that's what it is but what's different is recorded if you just would have a with you but that it would exist the recording exists I am fine what if it's a sick like safety on this is not fine because I don't want to be recorded I say personal things in my uber right sometimes right are you like buy things you give your credit card information you know how bout you don't do that or that don't buy things and give a credit a lot don't say plus just off it just happens you're in a car right sometimes for an hour it's like your life pops up you're talking about this or that or somebody yeah but you should know you're with somebody you don't know save it for when you get our car yeah maybe but born is listen to take a ride with me I know I know our let's come back in just a second we have missed Tati now what is Masaki focused on in the stars I'm well it's the one appointment that you need to make today before the end of the day based on your sign and with the quote of the day which you might find very useful hang on your point is your on air with Ryan Seacrest wouldn't it be great if your winter holidays came with a guide when they find you parking at the mall.

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"queen elsa" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Whenever KTLA yeah he was promoting our exclusive holiday party at Knott's berry farm talking about that over on the delay was Sam Rubin and Snoopy was there and calling me an appearance going on was cool to see over there Lisa fox is gonna have more this ticket she gets in here just a few minutes ten o'clock you have your next chance to to win your way out to not to my farm to party with us it's our annual holiday take over thanks again to a demon sell for coming in today the so called incredible huge get I mean the star queen Elsa the number one movie in the universe breaking records everywhere was cool to have her in today and the entire interview is on our website one of fourteen my thumb dot com slash Valentine everything we talk about those into a wicked it was just so cool to have and yeah she's the best so that's up there Jill thank you for everything thank you can't do that because it's it's valid trademark whatever Jimmy thank you for everything and everybody else Diana what's going on with with the traffic well looks like we saw that secular going on right now in Montebello so this is a good crowd they would that caught on fire actually it's on the sixty heading west and it will **** so they shut down the right lane and they shut down the off ramp to deal with everything in your drive is pretty much stopped right now from seven thousand now moving on over to bomb in part because of a of a car trouble on the ten heading westbound just before point they Avenue they broke down and they're taking up the middle lane so things are heavy right now from sunset Avondale Highland Park check it with a crash and this one's along the one ten heading north down is just before the five and without the left lane taken away so pretty solid drive right now from academy road and then we had a question Glendora to ten heading west on his sunflower they've cleared it but things are still backed up right now from the fifty seven traffic is monitored by sleep number discover the sleep number three sixty smart bed for proven quality sleep save fifty percent on a limited edition smart bed during the.

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"queen elsa" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on KTRH

"Many of the young girls who fell in love with the first one are now tweens and not so much into princesses anymore more from Ellen government reporter at the Wall Street journal Ellen set this up seven the kids who were the biggest fans of frozen when it came out our six years older now they're tween and they're over it the thing they don't wanna go there being bribed by their parents so that they will go and in some cases it's the moms who and dads who were calling without the children because they just feel nostalgic about it but they can't have have gone on to other you know computer games and other shows and they're just they're just not and they don't have time for frozen I thought it was interesting you quoted a woman who studies this the stuff and she said Disney princesses are being outgrown more quickly why is that well the reason for that but one is that we're talking more about princesses and parents are talking to their children about princesses on their homeland and that there are other things you can fire could be in life but also there's sort of a double standard he argued because super heroes and Star Wars and all that stuff little boy and of course the girls can hold on Q. into adulthood encoded those big Marvel movies but the interests of little girls are very quickly discounted well but wouldn't there is so if there's concerns about save falling in love with frozen I mean wouldn't the next generation of young kids want to be watching this and kind of coverage yeah they probably well it it is a bit of a wait for a sequel for the original sound a huge movie if there's no question and a lot of it a lot of those young kids you mention are gonna be pouring in and that kind of merchandise and it's gonna be the whole Disney phenomenon or it's certainly predicted to be slightly older kids who would have died he call several years ago now are just kind of me and here it is it's a lot of weight for a sequel but I also think of everything that happens in our little girl's life eighty four H. email and if if there's a whole lot new you know a whole lot of new perspective than interest and it kind of attitude coming in respect melon German arts reporter at the Wall Street journal or pieces gold generation frozen grows up as a frozen two hits theaters this weekend we got some great quotes from some of these kids to what's a who is and even some of the parents of over there saying they want either be watching YouTube in our bedroom she really likes nail art videos she grabbed it happened president and then the girl whose father spent two hundred fifty dollars that that the property boutique in Disneyland to give her a print out make over sorry queen Elsa makeover and so this is like these this movie had been so central to the lives of some of the family if anything that's really where it is some of that craziness comes in because these girls had been living breathing this movie singing the songs all the time in fact the one eighty from where they had been things Ellen Ellen Gammon arts reporter at the Wall Street journal don't forget by the way we can connect on social media you can follow us on Twitter at this morning show you can follow me directly as well on Twitter at Gordon deal you can also friend us on Facebook six minutes now in front of.

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"queen elsa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Who fell in love with the first one are now tweens and not so much into princesses anymore more from Ellen government reporter at the Wall Street journal Ellen set this up seven a kid who were the biggest band that further than when it came out our six years older now they're tween and they're over it the thing they don't wanna go there being bribed by their parents so that they will go and in some cases it's the moms who and dads who were calling without the children because they just feel nostalgic about it but they can't have have gone on to other you know computer games and other shows and they're just they're just not and they don't have time for frozen I thought it was interesting you quoted a woman who studies this to stop and she said Disney princesses are being outgrown more quickly why is that well the reason for that but one is that we're talking more about princesses and parents are talking to their children about princesses on the land and that there are other you can fire could be in life but also there's sort of a a double standard he argued because super heroes and Star Wars and all that stuff little boys and of course the girls can hold on to into adulthood and go to the big Marvel movies but the interests of little girls are very quickly discounted well but wouldn't there is so if there's concerns about save falling in love with frozen I mean wouldn't the next generation of young Kalyana be watching this and kind of yeah they probably well it it it's a bit of a wait for a sequel for the original sound a huge movie if there's no question and a lot of it a lot of those young kids if you mention are gonna be pouring in and that kind of merchandise and it's gonna be the whole Disney phenomenon or it certainly predicted to be slightly older kids who would have died for a sequel several years ago now are just kind of me and here it is it's a lot of weight for a sequel but I also think of everything that happens in our little girl's life H. four H. email and if if there's a whole lot new you know a whole lot of new perspectives and interests and it kind of attitude coming in some respect arts reporter at the Wall Street journal pieces gold generation frozen grows up is frozen two hits theaters this weekend we got some great quotes from some of these kids to what's who is and even some of the parents of over there saying that one girl said he'd rather be watching YouTube in our bedroom she really likes nail art videos she grabbed it happened president and then the girl whose father spent two hundred fifty dollars at the fifty property boutique in Disneyland to give her a print out the makeover sorry queen Elsa makeover and so this is like these this movie had been so central to the lives of some of the family if anything that's really where it is some of that craziness comes in because these girls had been living breathing this movie singing the songs all the time in fact the one eighty from where they had been things on Ellen Gammon arts reporter at the Wall Street journal don't forget by the way we can connect on social media you can follow us on Twitter at this morning show you can follow me directly as well on Twitter at Gordon deal you can also friend us on Facebook six minutes now in front of.

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"queen elsa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The young girls who fell in love with the first one are now tweens and not so much into princesses anymore more from Ellen government reporter at the Wall Street journal Ellen set this up a kid who were the biggest band that further than when it came out our six years older now they're tween and they're over it the thing they don't want to go there being bribed by their parents so that they will go and in some cases it's the moms who and dad who were calling it without the children because they just feel nostalgic about it but they can't have have gone on to other you know computer games and other shows and they're just they're just not and they don't have time for press I thought it was interesting you quoted a woman who studies this the stuff and she said Disney princesses are being outgrown more quickly why is that well the reason for that but one is that we're talking more about princesses and parents are talking to their children about princesses and that there are other you can fire could be in life but also there's a double standard he argued because super heroes and Star Wars and all that stuff little boy and of course the girls can hold on Q. into adulthood encoded as big Marvel movies but the interest the little girl there very quickly discounted well but wouldn't there is so if there's concerns about save falling in love with frozen I mean wouldn't the next generation of young tell yeah to be watching this and kind of coverage yeah they probably well it it is a bit of a wait for equal for the original found it to be a huge movie if there's no question and a lot of it a lot of those young kids if you mention are gonna be pouring in and that kind of merchandise and it's gonna be the whole Disney phenomenon or it certainly predicted to be slightly older kids who would have died he call several years ago now here is is is a lot of weight first vehicle but I also think of everything that happens in our little girl's life eight four eight yeah and if if new you know a whole lot of new perspective than interest and he is coming in respect me I want to ever been arts reporter at the Wall Street journal or pieces gold generation frozen grows up is frozen two hits theaters this weekend we got some great quotes from some of these kids to what's a who is and even some of the parents of over this thing day one girl he'd rather be watching you two than a bedroom he really likes nail art videos grabbing the bath and president and then the girl whose father spent two hundred fifty dollars at the big the property boutique in Disneyland to get her out cover queen Elsa makeover and so this is like these this movie had been so central to the lives of some of these families and I think that's really where it is some of that craziness comes in because the girls had been living breathing this movie singing the songs all the time in fact the one eighty from where they had been things Ellen Ellen cameramen arts reporter at the Wall Street journal don't forget by the way we can connect.

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"queen elsa" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"The young girls who fell in love with the first one are now tweens and not so much into princesses anymore more from Ellen government reporter at the Wall Street journal Ellen set this up the kids who were the biggest band that further than when it came out our six years older now they're clean and they're over it the thing they don't wanna go there being bribed by their parents so that they will go and in some cases the moms who and dads who aren't going without the children because they just feel nostalgic about it but the kids have gone on to other you know computer games and other shows and they're just they're just not and they don't have time for frozen I thought it was interesting you quoted a woman who studies this to stop and she said Disney princesses are being outgrown more quickly why is that well the reason for that but one is that we're talking more about princesses and parents are talking to their children about princesses and then the lan and that there are other thank you can fire to be in life but also there's a double standard he argued because super heroes and Star Wars and all that stuff little boys and of course the girls can hold on to into adulthood and go to those big Marvel movies but the interest the little girl there very quickly discounted well but wouldn't there is so if there's concerns about save falling in love with frozen I mean wouldn't the next generation of young kids want to be watching this and kind of yeah they probably well it it a bit of a wait for equal for the original sound a huge movie if there's no question and a lot of it a lot of those young kids did he mention are gonna be pouring in and that kind of merchandise and it's gonna be the whole Disney phenomenon or it certainly predicted to be slightly older kids who would have died for a sequel several years ago now are just kind of me and here it is it's a lot of weight first vehicle but I also think of everything that happens in a little girl's life eighty four a K. H. email and if if a lot new you know a whole lot of new perspectives and interests and he hit me and respect me Allentown vermin arts reporter at the Wall Street journal or pieces called generation frozen grows up is frozen two hits theaters this weekend we got some great quotes from some of these kids to what the who is and even some of the parents of over there saying they wind girl he'd rather be watching YouTube in our bedroom she really likes nail art videos she grabbed the baton pro thank you and then the girl whose father spent two hundred fifty dollars that that the property boutique in Disneyland to get her out make over a queen Elsa makeover and so this is like these this movie had been so central to the lives of some of these families and I think that's really where it is some of the deck crazy death comes in because the girls had been living breathing this movie singing songs all the time in fact the one eighty from where they had been things Ellen Ellen Gammon arts reporter at the Wall Street journal don't forget by the way we can connect on social media you can follow us on Twitter at this morning show you can follow me directly as well on Twitter at Gordon deal you can also find us on Facebook six minutes now in front.

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"queen elsa" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Who fell in love with the first one are now tweens and not so much into princesses anymore more from Ellen government reporter at the Wall Street journal Ellen set this up the kids who were the biggest band that further than when it came out our six years older now they're clean and they're over it the thing they don't wanna go there being bribed by their parents so that they will go and in some cases the moms who and dads who aren't going without the children because they just feel nostalgic about it but the kids have gone on to other you know computer games and other shows and they're just they're just not and they don't have time for frozen I thought it was interesting you quoted a woman who studies this to stop and she said Disney princesses are being outgrown more quickly why is that well the reason for that but one is that we're talking more about princesses and parents are talking to their children about princesses and then the lan and that there are other things you can fire to be in life but also there's sort of a double standard he argued because super heroes and Star Wars and all that stuff little boys and of course the girls can hold on to into adulthood and go to those big Marvel movies but the interest that little girl there very quickly discounted well but wouldn't there is so if there's concerns about save falling in love with frozen I mean wouldn't the next generation of young kids want to be watching this and kind of carried him to the other yeah they probably well it it is a bit of a wait for a sequel for the original sound a huge movie if there's no question and a lot of it a lot of those young kids did he mention are gonna be pouring in and that kind of merchandise and it's gonna be the whole Disney phenomenon or it's certainly predicted to be slightly older kids who would have died for a sequel several years ago now are just kind of me and here is is is a lot of weight first vehicle but I also think of everything that happens in a little girl's life H. four eight you know and if if a lot new you know a whole lot of new perspectives and interests and he hit me and respect me temperament arts reporter at the Wall Street journal or pieces called generation frozen grows up is frozen two hits theaters this weekend we got some great quotes from some of these kids to what the who is and even some of the parents of over there saying Hey one girl he'd rather be watching YouTube in our bedroom she really likes nail art videos she grabbed the baton president and then the girl whose father spent two hundred fifty dollars that that the property boutique in Disneyland to get her out make over sorry queen Elsa makeover and so this is like these this movie had been so central to the lives of some of these families anything that really where some of the deck craziness comes in because the girls had been living breathing this movie singing the songs all the time in fact the one eighty from where they had been things Ellen Ellen Gammon arts reporter at the Wall Street journal don't forget by the way we can connect on social media you can follow us on Twitter at this morning show you can follow me directly as well on Twitter at Gordon deal you can also find us on Facebook six minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend.

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"queen elsa" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"But many of the young girls who fell in love with the first one are now tweens and not so much into princesses anymore as one expert says Disney princesses are being outgrown more quickly but will that dynamic play out with frozen two more from Ellen government reporter at the Wall Street journal Ellen set this up that indicated they were the biggest band that further than when it came out our six years older now they're tween and they're over it they're saying they don't want to go there being bribed by their parents so that they will go and in some cases it's the moms who and dads who were going without the children because they just feel nostalgic about it but they can't have have gone on to other you know computer games and other shows and they're just they're just not and they don't have time for frozen I thought it was interesting you quoted a woman who studies this to stop and she said Disney princesses are being outgrown more quickly why is that well the reason for that but one is that we're talking more about princesses and parents are talking to their children about princesses an awareness that there are other you can fire can be in life but also there's a double standard he argued because super heroes and Star Wars and all that stuff little boys and of course the girls can hold on to into adulthood and go to those big Marvel movies but the interests of little girls are very quickly discounted well but wouldn't there is so if there's concerns about save falling in love with frozen I mean wouldn't the next generation of young kids want to be watching this and kind of coverage yeah they probably well it it is a bit of a wait for a sequel for the original found it to be a huge movie there's no question and a lot of it a lot of those young kids if you mention are gonna be pouring in and that kind of merchandise and it's gonna be the whole Disney phenomenon or it's certainly predicted to be slightly older kids who would have died for a sequel several years ago now are just kind of me here is a lot of weight for a sequel but I also think of everything that happens in a little girl's life eighty four okay age now and it's it's a whole lot new you know a whole lot of new perspectives and interests and it kind of attitude coming in respect mailing cameramen arts reporter at the Wall Street journal or pieces called generation frozen grows up is frozen two hits theaters this weekend we got some great quotes from some of these kids to what's up Louis and even some of the parents what were they saying they wind to be watching YouTube in our bedroom she really likes nail art videos she grabbed the baton president and then the girl whose father spent two hundred fifty dollars at the fifty property boutique in Disneyland to give her a print out cover sorry queen Elsa makeover and so this is like these this movie had been so central to the lives of some of these families and I think that's really where it is some of that craziness comes then because the girls had been living breathing this movie singing songs all the time in fact the one eighty from where they had been excellent Ellen government reporter at the Wall Street journal quick programming note here in the podcast today in addition to stories like impeachments and the FISA warrant what would happen if there were fewer billionaires and two more tales of travelers behaving badly you can hear that report on our website this morning with Gordon deal dot com coming up next the Biden reboot in Iowa but sales fell four percent from a year ago and we're down across the company's brands which include Old Navy and banana Republic along with the namesake brand Tesla CEO Elon musk has unveiled his new electric pick up truck called the cyber truck the angular vehicle with stainless steel skin will have a starting price of just under forty thousand dollars mosques splashy event did not go off without a hitch in a demonstration of the toughness of the so called Tesla armor glass the chief designer on intentionally shattered two of the trucks windows with a metallic ball stock.

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"queen elsa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The Disney sequel frozen two hits theaters this weekend but many of the young girls who fell in love with the first one are now tweens and not so much into princesses anymore as one expert says Disney princesses are being outgrown more quickly but will that dynamic play out with frozen two more from Ellen government reporter at the Wall Street journal Ellen set this up the kids who were the biggest band that further than when it came out our six years older now they're tween and they're over it the thing they don't want to go there being bribed by their parents so that they will go and in some cases it's the moms who and dads who were calling it without the children because they feel nostalgic about it but they can't have have gone on to other you know computer games and other shows and they're just they're just not and they don't have time for frozen I thought it was interesting you quoted a woman who studies this to stop and she said Disney princesses are being outgrown more quickly why is that well the reason for that but one is that we're talking more about princesses and parents are talking to their children about princesses an awareness that there are other you can fire could be in life but also there's sort of a double standard he argued because super heroes and Star Wars and all that stuff little boys and of course the girls can hold on to into adulthood and go to those big Marvel movies but the interests of little girls are very quickly discounted well but wouldn't there is so if there's concerns about save falling in love with frozen I mean wouldn't the next generation of young kids want to be watching this and kind of coverage yeah they probably well it's it's a bit of a wait for a sequel for the original sound this is going to be a huge movie if there's no question and a lot of it a lot of those young kids if you mention are gonna be pouring in and that kind of merchandise and it's gonna be the whole Disney phenomenon or it's certainly predicted to be slightly older kids who would have died for a sequel several years ago now are just kind of me here is a lot of weight for a sequel but I also think of everything that happens in a little girl's life H. four H. email and if it a lot new you know a whole lot of new perspective than interest and it kind of attitude coming in for speaking German parts reporter at the Wall Street journal or pieces called generation frozen grows up is frozen two hits theaters this weekend we got some great quotes from some of these kids to what's a who is and even some of the parents of over there saying one girl said he'd rather be watching you two been a bedroom she really likes nail art videos she grabbed the baton president and then the girl whose father spent two hundred fifty dollars that that that the property boutique in Disneyland to give her a print out the makeover sorry queen Elsa makeover and so this is like these this movie had been so central to the lives of some of these families and I think that's really where it is some of that craziness comes then because the girls had been living breathing this movie singing the songs all the time in fact the one eighty from where they had been in government reporter at the Wall Street journal quick programming note here in the podcast today in addition to stories like impeachments and the FISA warrant what would happen if there were fewer billionaires and two more tales of travelers behaving badly you can hear that report on our website this morning with Gordon deal dot com coming up next the Biden reboot in Iowa introducing the Capital One Walmart rewards card unlimited five percent back on everything you buy at Walmart online it's the perfect car.

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"queen elsa" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on 790 KABC

"October heating of any effort by trump to press Ukraine to investigate by name he said that vice president Biden was never a topic of discussion but other people have tried to claim that Bulger was one of the people working out Ukrainian of foreign policy then invoke have clashed over what occurred at previous meetings so we'll see what vulgar has to say today bottom line is that none of these people have first hand knowledge what exactly it is that trump wanted the only person who really does presumably someone who's gonna testify tomorrow and that's where all the big headlines again you're listening to mention here I show okay ABC Los Angeles Orange County sixty two Los Angeles just right a ABC news live in local it's four o'clock I'm Liz Warner as two families grieve their murdered children other teenagers at Saugus high school are returning to campus on Tuesday students were allowed to return for the first time since Thursday's deadly shooting they collected backpacks and other items left behind during the panicked evacuation senior Tyler Nelson told KTLA five it's surreal that is scary to walk back in the quad and realize that just a few days ago was a place of fear for students kids will be welcomed back on Wednesday and Thursday for optional therapy and art classes regular classes will resume after the thanksgiving break it's still not clear why a sixteen year old student killed two classmates and wounded three others before turning the gun on himself Kevin trip K. A. B. C. news two guards who were responsible for guarding Jeffrey Epstein the night he killed himself were charged with falsifying prison documents and were allegedly sleeping on the job at a congressional hearing today bureau of prisons director Kathleen hawk Sawyer was asked by senator Lindsey Graham if the F. B. I. believe something criminal relating to EPS dean's death occurred with the case this high profile there's got to be their major malfunction the system are criminal enterprise it foot to allow this to happen so are you looking at both the FBI looking at both the FBI is involved and they are looking criminal enterprise yes consumer safety group has named the worst toys ahead of this holiday season a nerf dart gun ice cream sent a Nickelodeon slime and a plastic Power Rangers Walmart item stopping a safety watchdog list of dangerous toys the Massachusetts nonprofit world against toys causing harm has been doing this for more than forty years and also says a realistic machine gun a pogo trick board a yeti teddy bear and a poll long caterpillar for infants also makes the list but industry trade group representing the toy industry is dismissing the list is misleading and needlessly frightening to parents saying that all toys sold in the U. S. must be more than one hundred rigorous safety testing standards by law I'm Joe Ramsey a Los Angeles man accused of fatally stabbing a taxi driver in the downtown area has been charged with capital murder Victor Daniel Torres is accused of attacking a cabbie near grand and Cesar Chavez avenues last Friday the charges allege the killing occurred during a carjacking and the dean amends Ellen Kristen bell who provide the voices of queen Elsa and princess Anna and Disney's frozen franchise were honored today on the Hollywood walk of fame they both received stars of the famed walk just days before frozen two hits theaters talk radio seven ninety K. A. B. C. sports Lakers face off against Oklahoma City tonight the Chargers lost to Kansas city in Mexico City UCLA beat southern Utah and the Trojans host peppered on waves at Galen center tonight on KABC that's sports on the new home of the Trojans have seen used time for to ABC dependable traffic.

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"queen elsa" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on 790 KABC

"In local it's one thirty unless Warner Orange County sheriff's deputies say a man is undergoing surgery after they shot him during a domestic violence call lieutenant Patrick rich says the suspect was armed with a knife when deputies arrived a little after two AM and ended up opening fire people's emotions are elevated during these incidents and we never know exactly what is going to occur when responding to one man in his twenties was hit in the groin and taken to a local hospital which says deputies have been called to the home near Anaheim before he adds that this type of call is one of the most dangerous situations deputies encounter domestic violence incidents are historically and traditionally one of the most violent incidents that law enforcement deals with an investigation into the shooting is under way Kevin trip K. A. B. C. news an investigation is continuing in south LA where police fatally shot a man who was allegedly wielding a knife police say the gunfire erupted around eight AM this morning at Central Avenue twenty ninth street where the shirtless man allegedly used a knife to threaten the person before being confronted by responding officers the man hasn't yet been identified we're also learning that California has the highest number of foreign students and that's despite the dip in enrollments nationally the university of southern California is the most popular among foreign students with more than sixteen thousand and rolled in the twenty eighteen twenty nineteen school year Phil Hewlett K. A. B. C. news two more witnesses are before the house intelligence committee during the third day of impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill special U. S. Ukraine envoy Kurt Volker and former National Security Council official Tomar center in spot late this afternoon those hearings will continue through the week we're covering them all right here on a M. seven ninety KABC to follow the coverage go to K. B. C. dot com and click stream to to hear all those proceedings stars on the Hollywood walk of fame were unveiled today outside the pente just theater honoring determines and Kristen L. just three days before the release of frozen to win which they both reprise their roles of queen Elsa and princess ana talk radio seven.

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"queen elsa" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ashley mystery charge ranges between twenty and forty cents a gallon. More than a dozen lawmakers have sent a letter to the State Department of Justice, urging the attorney general to look into it the seventeen lawmakers chosen to come up with a deal for border security have met for the first time. Democrats say they're open to smart technology. Republican Senator Richard Shelby says that's good but not good enough border patrol professionals those on the front lines. Tell us that a comprehensive approach is necessary and approach that includes technology infrastructure personnel and physical barriers president. Trump tweeted yesterday morning, if lawmakers are not discussing competent contemplating a wall or physical barrier. They're wasting their time makers have until mid February to come up with the deal or possibility of another shutdown presidential candidate. Kamala Harris is televised town hall set a ratings record CNN says Monday nights event held in Des Moines. Iowa was the most watched cable news election townhall ever for single candidate the townhall average, nearly two million total viewers during it Harrison Dorsey Medicare for all criminal Justice. Reform in a green new deal to reduce emissions and create jobs in renewable energy. A federal judge in Maryland is ruled the end pe- can continue its lawsuit against the US census bureau. ABC's Andy Field says the lawsuit claims the bureau does not have enough money to properly count the population in two thousand twenty organization saying that would risk a massive undercount of African Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities. The judge dismissed part of a lawsuit that challenged the methods and means of doing the census. Local police in McLean. Illinois have arrested Queen Elsa from the Disney movie frozen. The police posted photos.

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"queen elsa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on KCRW

"Morning edition from NPR news. I'm David green. And I'm Rachel Martin today for our American anthem series. A song that's been heard over and over and over again in many households where the kids dictate the soundtrack. Hold on. Let it go from the Disney animated film frozen. Adina Menzel is singing this version the song won an Oscar and a Grammy. But here's something you might not know for many people with disabilities. Let it go became a personal anthem. Here's NPR's Joseph Shapiro. First some background in frozen. Let it go is sung by Queen Elsa. Just moments after her dark dark secret has been discovered for years. She's tried to hide the cheap possesses. A magic power. Let them see be the good girl. Conceal. Don't don't let them. Also can create snow and ice. It flies from her fingertips. She's this little girl. Nobody has ever been born like her this girl. The secret, Kristen Anderson. Lopez and Robert Lopez they're married wrote the songs for frozen Elsa can't control where power on the day of her coronation by accident. She turns her entire kingdom to ice. She runs away to the isolation of a distant mountain. Lopez and Anderson Lopez started writing the song thinking about how Elsa was ashamed. And afraid I pitched the idea of of let it go as the hook being about letting go of her past letting go of the expectations. But also how it could let her power go. And then Bobby started playing this vamp that had all this pain in it that Donna. That was full of all that fear and shame and secret. Isolated pain now alone Queen Elsa accepts that. She has these powers. She starts to let go of her. Shame snow blows wein-o-rama for this to be a good musical that. That's one of the best parts when a character transforms. The moment when Elsa transforms at accept who..

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"queen elsa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A personal anthem. Here's NPR's Joseph Shapiro. First some background in frozen. Let it go was sung by Queen Elsa. Just moments after her dark dark secret has been discovered for years. She's tried to hide that she possesses. A magic power. Let them be the good. Conceal. Also can create snow and ice. It flies from her fingertips. She's this little girl. Nobody has ever been born like her this girl. The secret, Kristen Anderson. Lopez and Robert Lopez they're married wrote the songs for frozen Elsa can't control where power on the day of her coronation by accident. She turns her entire kingdom to ice. She runs away to the isolation of a distant mountain. Lopez and Anderson Lopez started writing the song thinking about how Elsa was shamed. And afraid at pitched the idea of of let it go as the hook being about letting go of her past letting go of the expectations. But also how it could let her power go. And then Bobby started playing this vamp that had all this pain in that, Donna. That was full of all that fear and shame and secret. Isolated pain now alone Queen Elsa accepts that. She has these powers. She starts though. Let go of her. Shame. To be a good musical that. That's one of the best parts when a character transforms. The moment when Elsa transforms and accepts who she is many people with disabilities.

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"queen elsa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The kids dictate the soundtrack. Clinic. Let it go from the Disney animated film frozen. Adina Menzel is singing this version the song one in Oscar and Grammy. But here's something you might not know for many people with disabilities. Let it go became a personal anthem. Here's NPR's just Shapiro. First some background in frozen. Let it go is sung by Queen Elsa. Just moments after her dark dark secret has been discovered for years. She's tried to hide that she possesses. A magic power. Conceal joan. Them can create snow and ice. It flies from her fingertips. She's this little girl. Nobody has ever been born like her this girl. The secret, Kristen Anderson. Lopez and Robert Lopez they're married wrote the songs for frozen Elsa camp. Controller power on the day of her coronation by accident. She turns her entire kingdom to ice sheet. Runs away to the isolation of a distant mountain. Lopez and Anderson Lopez started writing the song thinking about how Elsa was ashamed. And afraid I pitched the idea of of let it go as the hook being about letting go of her past letting go of the expectations. But also how it could let her power go. And then Bobby started playing this vamp that had all this pain in that. That was full of all that fear and shame and secret. Isolated pain now alone Queen Elsa accepts that. She has these powers. She starts to let go of her. Shame. To this to be a good musical that. That's one of the best parts when a character transforms. As long as. The moment when Elsa transforms and accept who. She is many.

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"queen elsa" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"RJ next segment this TS in Ps and this'll we'll just do this. And we really quick tease. Impedes phillip. We've hated on hosted a little bit too. As it we because that'll it gets we as as me, look, your coach forgot stuff all of a sudden and your team got just curbstone by Purdue thought sorry, you're gonna get hated on a little bit, but they absolutely boat race Michigan like in a very very harshly, and then also teasing visa LSU who played the most bizarre seven overtime game of ever seen in my life and ended up losing with some suspicious calls so just want. If you're if you're listening to your fan of those fan bases. Are you fan of those teams thoughts and prayers to you guys lik I would like to say about the LSU, Texas A and M game. So I watched that game, and I watched all seven ever times. And it was very riveting. It was the literal longest college football game of all time and the highest scoring college football game of all time with a seventy four to seventy two. Score. But my favorite part is what happened after when? At the end, the LSU analyst Steve crag Thorpe was out on the field, and he was going. And apparently he was going across the field to go say Hello to some coaches on the bench, and as he was working his way across field. He heard a player from Texas really talking trash people. So we went over to the player to just be like, look you won. Like, let it go. Like you run. Let it go. And apparently a guy on the on the Texas AM side came over and punched him in the chest. And not only now why is this matter because you're like, well, people are going to fight all the time. Well, let me give you the quote from because they talked to the papers. Well, everybody bet the mystery guy, which they do figure out who the mystery guy is. And he said I didn't appreciate getting punched in my pacemaker guys. This is the guy with Parkinson's. Yeah. Got pint-sized in the pacemaker. And he was he was trying to go to a player in quote, Queen Elsa and be like just let it go. And then getting punched in his Parkinson's pacemaker after losing one of the most dramatic games ever that they obviously should have won without some dubious vitiating that's tough night. Now is it a surprise that? Although Texas A and M had at the time that we're recording. This has not made a statement on the thing yet like at all. And apparently this guy said I'm not going to press charges. That's crazy. Like, let's just move on from it both. I don't even know who the guy was we'll guess who knows who the guy is always knows that knows. And are we surprised that it's the head coach of Texas AM his nephew? But a very nephew thing to do the billing Regan's of Texas AM. I'm emailing militia ankle right now for comment on how she feels about this how she's reconciling this noted Texas fan. I was watching some of the footage about the brouhaha. Ah-ha and JIMBO Fisher. He's walking on the field. It's a huge victory. I think they were twenty two LSU seven like it's a it's a big win to win a game. Like that be like, it's an upset. It's a great, you know, moving forward for your program, and he's he's about to walk through the tunnel. And you know, he's just smile, and he's like we got the program in a good place. And then his nephew Kohl's like uncle, JIMBO. Look just like the post merger and a guy into just gotten face pushed it, I don't know. I think I killed them. I in this is like, you know, he's like man, I do not get paid enough for this actually does like he makes like a lot of what goes paid for exactly loves it the guy that did say like if there is any damage because he had to be evaluated by the med team. Like, right, then because he felt a flutter. It's just and he was like now if there is damage to my pacemaker, I have to take that up with Texas. I am sure. And I just love that. He's like now Fe put one dent in my pacemaker. They are going to have to pay the deductible for my cut that check for that forty to seventy five for that. Dented pacemaker analyst..

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"queen elsa" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

05:40 min | 3 years ago

"queen elsa" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"You can eat Ted Drew's, frozen custard. You can zoom down at ten story slide at the city museum and then throw up frozen custard. It's not frozen when it comes up. This game is called imaginary tourism, Jonathan, thy will pretend to be travel reporters, describing fictional places from books and movies. You just need to identify the source material. Here we go. When you visit Arndale remember to pack long underwear because it stuck in perpetual winter. They say, Rome wasn't built in a day, but Queen Elsa built an ice castle in less than two minutes, and she did it while singing in high heels, Claire, frozen frozen is correct. Grab your cardigan hop on a trolley to the idyllic. Neighborhood of make believe. We're cats, all's and humans peacefully coexist under their puppet ruler king Friday. The thirteenth. Enjoy tours of the museum go round and the rocking chair factory Derek. What is mister Rogers neighborhood? That is correct. We are not on jeopardy. However. Technically you got that right. And I have to give you the point. Good. Grab your passport and book a trip to Genova a small southern kingdom between Spain and France for the Royal debut of Princess Mia, thermometer Lewis, she didn't find out she was royalty until she was in high school makeover. Claire Princess diaries. Yeah, that's right. Movie makeovers basically like they fluffed the hair and take off the glasses. That's what I do. That's what I do. And I, that's. That's. Do you enjoy locomotives and British class divisions, then you'll love a trip to soda or or the trains can talk and George Carlin is a conductor Claire Thomas the tank engine? Yes, we'll take Thomas the tank engine. The name of the show is shining time station. George Carlin is a conductor doing like the seven words. You can't say on that show. Caboose. Boxcar. Say Qaboos if you're talking about a caboose. That's right. But you can't say caboose rail the boxcar. Probably not. Plan your next routine, Ian romance in the feuding countries of Florin and Gilder. The cliffs of insanity are insane. The fire swamp is fiery. The rodents of unusual size are actually really big. Still wanna go as you wish, but be prepared to die. Claire, the Princess bride. Great burst game Clare. You are in the lead. Our next game is built Saint Louis liberties. There are so many famous people from the city. So if you live here and you're not famous, my question is what happens. Claire, the full thing that you are studying is international development minoring in French and global health. It's a mouthful for sure. Great. I feel like you're going to save the world off Ron say that's yeah. Okay. How just out of curiosity, how did the French find its way into this? I started taking French when I was in the sixth grade because it was the only thing that fit into my schedule. Yeah, but I ended up participating in a pen pal program in my high school and made a great friend that lives in Dijon. So sort of been this long, strange friendship, halfway across the world. So you're keeping up with the French or the friendship for the friendship. And also it's very useful in diplomacy in developing countries. Right, Derek. I would also like to say happy, ninth wedding anniversary. Thank you. Thank you. We couldn't think of anything more romantic than with you guys had. We're here today. It's today and today is happening right now as we speak our dinner, we are not at is happening. Right. So what are you going to be doing for the rest of the year to make up for this, whatever she says in the front row. Well done. I would make it expensive and elaborate. So this audio quiz is called Saint Louis CNN's. You call yourself. Lou is no luge in Saint Louis. She's saying Lucians. Oh, no. Oh, now that night the theater. Saint Louis ins. Okay. Saint Lucians was shot down. This audio quizzes called Saint Louis ins, Yogi Berra, Tina Turner, Scott back ULA. What do they all have in common? They were born or grew up in Saint Louis. So we're going to play an audio clip of a famous person from Saint Louis. You tell me who that person is in this game was worth double points, Clare. You're in the lead you stay in the lead and you're in the final round Derek. You need to get more points or you will receive h icago cubs baseball cap. I love playing to this crowd. Very strong opinion. Full disclosure. I'm from Chicago originally..

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