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"getty museum" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Issued as well that now has been canceled sometimes they take these down on that issue something a bit less severe as conditions start to get a bit better as far as your rainfall goes you've got a little bit on the radar right now most of that is fairly light to make begins to move out as we get into your mid to late morning so we do see drier conditions settling in and northwestern drive right now when you're likely dry other than a spotty shower to through the rest of the day today this rise up unfortunately from west to east as some of these areas that have flooding still dealing with light rain fall though I think pretty much all of us drive by about nine o'clock other than an isolated shower on the board we'll see some decrease in clouds later today and thankfully drier conditions settling in however more rain is in your forecast by the time we get into tomorrow especially tomorrow night and Sunday times is mornings in the fifties and sixties anywhere from fifty four to sixty two at sixty three oh here sixty one midway Lansing Valpo in Aurora sixteen Kentucky times make it to about seventy three today like front middle and upper sixties tonight will fall to near fifty degrees partly cloudy and then more rain on deck this weekend slight chance tomorrow mid afternoon and then more and more likely as we get into the evening overnight and Sunday I'm going to show you and talk more about that weekend rainfall coming up in just a little bit thanks Morgan still had market has a look at some of the entries for the Getty museum challenge to recreate famous works of art was Disney world resorts cancels more reservations more I wanna plans to reopen its theme parks at the head and later five o'clock some famous comedians make an interesting parody video for covertly this is a great deal with the best music that's what it says the crisis whether or not why do we almost sixty years a Chicago institution mobster Robert lives near total wine and more now offers curbside pickup and same day delivery in northern Virginia.
California firefighters race to contain fires as winds pick up
"Firefighters got a brief respite from dangerous winds fanning major blazes burning across California Tuesday NPR's Kirk Sigler reports the crews are now bracing for another extreme wind event it's expected to hit coastal areas of the state through Thursday in West Los Angeles thousands of people are displaced by the Getty fire which is burning in the heavily populated foot hills to the west of the Getty museum LA mayor Eric Garcetti urged the public to be patient and cooperative due to the extreme conditions in the forecast people will not be returning to their homes this evening you should prepare for that now because of those extreme wind events we're going to see maybe winds up dust as much as seventy miles an hour the dry off sure Santa Ana winds are again in the forecast through Thursday scientists say they're being pushed west to California to do the extremely cold air stalled over the Rockies Kirk Sigler NPR news Los
Residents near wildfire urged to be ready to "go at a moment's notice"
"Here in LA a fire has been burning near the beloved Getty museum for much of yesterday you can see this band of smoke stretching over the beaches of Santa Monica and out to sea there were evacuations shut down freeway but also a sense that this is a life here then again fast moving wildfires are unpredictable we saw one last year explode in northern California destroying much of the town of paradise and northern California is where firefighters are doing some of the hardest work right now battling the king Kate fire is engulfed more than seventy four thousand acres in cinema county north of San Francisco James gore the cinema county supervisor described what it's been like embers flying off we'll just jump into an area and all the sudden you will see in a window that in the middle of the vineyard in acre go up in three minutes and then an acre moved to twenty acres in twenty minutes yeah it is astounding to see the progression with the wind and the fact that the best they can do is really hold it off hold today and the fire has forced thousands to flee including residents of nearby Healdsburg and that city's mayor David Hey Klay joins us on the line this morning mayor thanks so much for taking a few minutes for us good morning I appreciate you having me on so how close is Healdsburg to this fire right now the you the fire actually is is very close to Healdsburg it as the crow flies home Watson a few miles and we we were very fortunate that when we give the evacuation notice on Saturday our community dropped everything and last and United I just heard about the room the reports of fires in southern California as well and with anyone of these situations when an evacuation is given and the community respond like they did in Healdsburg it really helps the first responders are able to have the room and the space to do what they need to do to get the staging area sat so that they're ready I I will I was in Healdsburg on early Sunday morning when the winds are picking up right around three AM when things are going south quick and I'd I'd throw up by our neighborhood and I could see the mass of a show of force that was there and I I can't say enough to to thank the various agency the regional agency that has come together the sole supporter community breathtaking what are firefighters telling you I mean is is do they have this under controllers are chance that that this fire could really explode again are or others could start that could that could threaten communities again even though they've done a really good job with the city of hill burgers in the city of Gilbert we haven't had any structures are homes or businesses burn and they've been battling the slayer out so hot spots the the briefings cal fire gives you know the they're attacking at every angle that they can but I think the last I heard was that let last night I think you the we are at fifteen percent contained which we still have a long way to go it sounds like a lot of firefighters a minute and coming from all over the state interest and then exhausted I mean a lot of fires out there right now yeah yeah there is a lot of we have a lot of resources hand the governor's been great and providing the resources make sure those get mobilized and does that that's the that's right very very appreciated you know a lot of Americans know cinema county obviously for wine country I mean I was looking at that the website for your city I mean just describing farm to table restaurant and wine country and beautiful countryside I mean I know the region relies a lot on tourism or are you worried this might keep people from visiting are you are you worried about the regional economy because of of this happening over and over again you know I think anytime something like this happens is elected leader you do you do worry but I I do want to get the message out there one and all one week ago tonight at eleven PM we got the call that we needed to open our evacuation center in Healdsburg and the within an hour or our city staff security services department they have that place up and running and we were able to welcome people are being evacuated from neighboring towns and what people need to understand about cinema county in Healdsburg is you know when you have a hospitality industry that goes through to everything we do our evacuation center was a place of comfort for people that were being displaced and dealing with a massive trauma and how I would delete we had translation services we had Latino community out reach we had mental health facilities we had it we accepted Pat's there's a lot we did it when you talk about farm to table dining are world class jobs down together and we're providing food it was little could describe it as food to backyard farm devaluation center I mean it with that mentality goes through everything we had one contact with all of our hotels and we were able to coordinate and place people one contact with our shop same thing well that's great to hear on something you communities really coming together and we'll all be all be thinking about a community hope people stay safe David Headley is the mayor of Healdsburg got his cities just a few miles away from with can Kate fire continues to burn this morning there thanks so much for your time thank you I appreciate your coming our stories and keeping us in your thoughts
Thousands ordered to flee fast-moving Los Angeles wildfire
"Brush fires in Los Angeles to the Getty museum along interstate four oh five adult near hundreds of multi million dollar homes firefighters have not given an official acreage estimate yet but several reports put the size of the wildfire initially at more than four hundred acres and growing quickly mandatory evacuation orders are in effect for thousands of people in California in northern California for example the Kincaid fire is still raging after scorching more than fifty four thousand
A new 75 acre fire in L.A., Kincade fire grows to 54,000 acres
"Los Angeles not far from the Getty museum hundreds of firefighters moving that plays about seventy five acres right now some of the area under evacuation orders in northern California the Kincaid fire is grown to more than fifty four thousand area is a hundred and eighty thousand there evacuated ABC's Alex stone is nearby and most of this area schools are closed today that he's become a somewhat regular occurrence in recent weeks in both northern and southern California school being canceled because of wildfires the smoke is thick in the air and many children and teachers are evacuating winds are expected to die down a little
"getty museum" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"So I have to tell you to funny cultural experiences I had over the weekend because they actually speak to something that's going on. That is really sad and hilarious at the same time. Which is right. My sweet spot. Yet yesterday, Saturday Saturday night, my wife, and I went to the Getty museum, which is a beautiful beautiful museum. And it's open late at night on Saturdays. Which is just great because the crowds are a little less than you can go and see their exhibits and have a nice dinner, and it really is a lovely lovely place. Nothing. I say about it. I don't want to take away from that. But they're exhibit called the renaissance nude. Which is you know, the the discovery of how you make the rediscovery I should say of how you put trae a human body in art, right? The Greeks did it so beautifully in their statutes, the Romans conquered copied, the Greeks, and then as room collapsed, you can watch you can watch the depictions of the body decay. And then you can see their skill disappears. In the terrible thing about a civilization indicate as doesn't know it's indicate it doesn't even say the people like, you know, who say, well, you know, they used to be able to make a better statue than that. Or just the old coots not aren't in with the modern cry. Dummy statuary. And so with the renaissance. They've rediscovered these statues. They rediscovered the human body, and they started to portray the nudes. And a lot of these news. They started out because it was a Christian culture. They started out with men doing Jesus with, you know, his drapery over his his midsection and was loans as they would say, and but also they started doing women, and those kind of sexy and some of those were made for rich male patrons wanted a picture of a sexy girl. And so they would take a biblical story, you know, about Bethsheba in her bath. And they would do this kind of very sexy nude portrait of a beautiful woman is these became better. And better they became more and more attractive list to I put on those head that headset thing where you can go on tour, and they had people from the museum talking about the different artwork. You would go to the press the button, and it would describe your. So the guy who have I don't know. He was he was one of the museum people. Is saying this is a tremendously erotic painting. I very much enjoy it just the smooth lines of a soft flash. And a light this of how breasts and you collect dude got that. And then you get the woman and she comes on. She says we have to remember that it's problematical that these were men made by men for men and the power dynamic is problematic feminist garbage. I was thinking was another words another words. The fact that men like to look at naked Dame's created some of the greatest work that humankind has ever produced, but feminism has created the ability to complain about it. That's what you get a little bit of erotic desire in men creates great art, and then the women complained that becomes like an artistic movement, and I bring this up because it is so much of the critical facility. So so much of the critical speech. I've always talked to the right? About the fact that we not only need to make movies and write books and start magazines and get involved in the culture. We also need to create the infrastructure for culture that brings praise to people who do things that are good who do things that not just are beautiful but also beautiful and elevate humankind. It can be even something that looks degrading like this sopranos which actually does elevate humankind by its wisdom and insight into the human condition or it can be something. That's just immediately beautiful like Bach the music of Bach. But the point is we have no infrastructure to do that they can praise and damp. So this movie came out moving. Movie came out called widows, and I went out to see it immediately because it was co written the screenplay was written by Gillian Flynn, who I like she wrote gone girl, and I've read all of her books,.
"getty museum" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Of choking a colleague who refused to cover his food while using the shared office microwave who hasn't wanted to choke somebody when they don't cover their food in the office microwave or they act surprised when they go. Oh my gosh. I didn't think that four pounds of lasagna in the microwave for twelve minutes would leave such a mess. So the electricity in the carpenter are the ones who did this. When the carpenter refuses to cover the food in the microwave the electricity reportedly threatens to throw the food in the trash, so he got up from the table went to the went to the carpenter, and then went over to the microwave and then reached to block him from using the microwave saying, you're not putting that food in there unless you get a top on that thing. Takeaway, cover your damn food. Yeah. Oh. Bold every eight to eight different bosses drone on about mission statements. I don't think this goes. Well, now a group of Canadian doctors are to begin prescribing trips to an art gallery. Two different patients that suffer from a range of ailments. Can you imagine that physical and mental health issues? They're they're suggesting that we take in the benefits of art on health. I get art. Yes, culture. You're more of your even more museum knee than I I I am not a fan of the museums. And I don't I understand it. I don't appreciate it. I don't understand half of the stuff. That's in that that is it the Getty museum, the new one. Yeah. No, not that one the one that's in. Getty villa now. Anyway. That's how much I know. Yeah. That's it road road. Yes numbers offer proof that doctors have a sensitivity to openness and alternative approaches. According to the Canadian health system. Why don't you just go on your own? The seventh son of a seventh son. Seven. Sector seven seven. Seven years college down drain. Seven seven days. Well, well, well, it looks like me to has sucked all of the fun out of the sex scenes. Is that what's happened? Okay. HBO has.
"getty museum" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Thirty thirty and get full access to the entire platform listeners say it's a i think it's a month i can't tell here doesn't it doesn't tell me i think it's a month but stapleton thirty thirty thirty try the whole thing for free you can't go wrong and you get a support the show and you do it so go to that right now okay so trump is the guy is always looking for a fight i've just decided this the man just wants just likes it he just likes to get in there and turned the screws on people just to see if he can get him down i watched what was the movie i watch all the money in the world have you seen that movie it's it's about j paul getty okay and about his his son or grandson was kidnapped and it's about his the kidnapping of his grandson and j paul getty was for from what i can tell based on the history and what i know about him was a man just obsessed with wealth and the acquisition of money and control and power and he achieved a great deal out of his life and made millions and millions and millions and millions of dollars and and so in ended up the we have the getty museum here right well after his death what happened was his daughter in law ended up becoming the executive of his estate and she became his executive because his only other living relative his only other child was her husband had been divorced who was drug addict and so the lawyers came out and said ask somebody all of his money is in is in trusts and you can't actually spend any of the money but you can invest it in stuff and so he had invested it in massive amounts of artwork just millions and millions and millions of dollars worth of artwork ed stuff just piled up in in vaults in places that it just stacked in corners and so she ended up taking all of it and donating it all in creating the getty museum that that now is here in in los angeles and if you've been there it's wonderful it's just beautiful the walk through there and and one of the things that i noticed about j paul getty in that i got from the the short bit of research that i did on him after watching the movie was that.
"getty museum" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"Scripts suck and sodas movies aside i don't care about his performs is walberg maybe not the world's greatest actor solid always picks the right projects any rate this was also a true story the getty museum as you've heard the grandfather in this who at one point was the richest man in the world and has gone on a donate a lot of his art and it has created the getty museum they kidnapped his grandson so they said they want seventeen million dollars for his release and they weren't even going to hurt him or torture met with sport hey we get your grandson you're rich pay us we give him back simple as that we're not going to cut a finger offer even act like we are this is sport we got him we win so he holds a public pressconference gin true story he says i'm not gonna pay seventeen million so the reporter covering the press conference just goes through well how much would you pay and he goes nothing and he turns and walks away in you think that that's a a brilliant billionaire negotiating now he was actually coldhearted son of a bitch she put a value on everything and his value for kidnapping was the euro and he was going to pay and didn't pay never paid the kid came back he was missing an air this point when on to be a drug addict ended up doing like a suicide or something after being in a booster not house for the rest of his life and it was a big mess the guy was a rupprecht i guess accorded the movie right but i thought it was really well made all the money in the worldwide recommended wijers ruined for everybody had i not is ruined for every but i would i would recommend that i knew i knew what happened in the trailer i had seen the press conference the press conferences and the trailer where he said he has to pay anything yeah and i thought that god me intrigue i haven't seattle viet how did use latino quinta yeah how did you like christopher plummer did he does he got sippy got nominated for best supporting actor who was beat out by sam rockwell yep uh did he do a.
"getty museum" Discussed on Kickass News
"I think a more obsession more a clever way of tax avoid attacks avoidance oh interesting because if you do that he festival will be thinking about setting of various forms of trust for the trust will i'm not an expert on this but the trust will it to avoid tax is is that evade taxes the illegal avoid heart is the lead who won ways of avoiding tax at the same trump amassing his clash amount of wealth through the scheme but then he's is not allowed to spend it but it that means literally spend it but the onto have something where the come on a trust companies had to have a car or a plane that they could the the the company could buy them okay so part of his obsession with collecting in buying objects was attacked scheme well yarrow as evening on a giant tax that plenty did they meet in there have in england as high as nine ozone is ridiculous name said so lazy watt now today when we think j paul getty we think the getty center in philanthropy a very different idea of getty than what we see in this film the you think the your film sort of set the record straight in some ways i think it sets you it makes you think it makes you realize that this was not all bad news from the sky this guy did have a view even if it was driven first of all by of inner avoidance at the end of the day he amassed so much that it should be turned into bringing some of that wealth to an already whose planning the getty museum we see in the film where he put all is wellfounded splayed free with free carparking so at least thousands the beginning of his philanthropy i wonder have you gotten any pushback from the getty family about the movie yes gil getty saw it gives she's eighty two annual editor i ha i have met a personally but very much together very much feels a sense of matriarch and was i think my report on it was relieved that you found the film to be very good and as she said all of the old man was.
"getty museum" Discussed on Talking Tesla
"The city of los angeles because they're also applying to the city of los angeles for extended tunnels and this man blew my mind this map made me excited only because they did not leave the san fernando valley out which i was a holy expecting to happen isn't that sweet it's so this goes from the long beach airport in the south with stops it carson torrance lawn dale inglewood culver city uco lay the getty museum and sherman oaks these are just the exit points along the main artery in and then there's all of these um signed arteries i should say where they called the calm spurs spurs spurs to ucla santa monica dodger stadium union station the staples center u s c a ellie stadium hawthorn south bay un believable lex i shouldn't leave la ex out and so the plan that and i'm not even gone to the show notes here yet but the plan is that this be a public access tunnel and i thought to myself what god so i had a parts this out i took some time it looks as if they're going to use the pods which we've all seen in the video game of the boring company you can go to a boring company website uh which is part of space x and see it and it's like this glass enclosed four wheeled pod it holds something like six and between eight and sixteen passengers that's the public version so you can get in and out of a pod go through the boring tunnel and get out it's actually now called the loop called the loop which is considered an electric vehicle traffic tunnel so there will be no ice cars in there but if you own at tesla i suspect uh your tesla we'll get to go in foreign companies really loop yes think well they show tesla's going in it by the bids but have to sit on a on a sled correct you won't be driving in will not only driving around you just better buckle up cassettes.
"getty museum" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"Here and it is so dry you're seeing all of these bits and pieces of berry brittle brew riddle of stuff that has just ignited it is a very dangerous situation and while the fire is not burning here because there's no more fuel it is burned through this whole community it is barreling through the hills and there is always concern for people's safety it has already killed horses but so far noone has died in this fire not a single person has died in this fire it is incredible the work that the firefighters are doing wolf through there have all the resources the firefighters they need sir they've been bringing in resources from other states some of them have been staying for example at the getty museum which is at a very good position to try and help out some of the blazes and we need to remember this is just one of six fires that are burning and we should also mention that every few hours it seems another small blazes popping up and firefighters are having to race of that so they are stretch thin which is why there is a state of emergency as well wolf sir slugger in the city for us as well thank you sir a coming up we'll have more on the breaking news in the russia probe report says the investigators have interviewed at other one of president trump's close advisors hope picks hey before you go we wanted to let you know that we just launched the ability for anyone to advertise on cnn podcast you're just a few cliques away from reaching millions of people in a way that you never have before advertise were a business event or kick and awareness campaign for your brand start todaypurewinningcomcnn integrating podcast into your marketing mix has never been easier will even tell you how to save fifteen percent on your cnn campaigns for the rest of 2017 go to pure winningcomcnn to get started.
"getty museum" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Problem but it was a madhouse what's it safe chassis told me about how the fires can jump free ways and movin waves suddenly so was it was it was it credible to let that traffic go back and forth the were women are there were children there were families there were trucks everything was moving greer operation i was given about why they let them go is that this had already you know traffic had already started when the time the flyers with started going off and the fog was if we try to stop people and try to turn them around or try to slow traffic we might very well and you know in endanger far many more people than if we just let them get through it and get on the other citing away from the fire was if you stop over slalom it's gonna create a much bigger problem and was the fire close to i couldn't tell the perspective was odd there was at one point the woman was driving towards a fireball that was ripping down the side of a of a hail that's the exact uh effect that i've explained four on the show is you have fighter creeping its own wind storms and it it becomes like a title waiver hurricane on its own and it googles you know incredible distance is an incredible speed that's what you were still in yes that was true and this again who's been appeased up and down the state as we watch these fires occur and i and are taking footage all sorts of flight i fires right next to the road are they taking off and landing in this yeah is fine his farther so it doesn't have any problems with vegetation i say all right now about vegetation i learned from you that the getty museum was built for the fire attacks that it's under right now what how did they do it one of the ways for it uh creations or construction's like guinea are are are kept safe is first of all there are new sets of rules that are few constantly that make things safer and see for one of the chief wages to create what they call defensible space and so instead of things vegetation grow close to a building uh no matter how pretty.
"getty museum" Discussed on WTMA
"And this again has been refused up and down the state as we watch these fires occur and i and are taking footage all sorts of a fired right next to the road was is la ex still open god they taking off and landing in this yeah no wonder is fine his farther south it doesn't have any problems with vegetation all right now about vegetation i learned from you that the getty museum was built for the fire attacks that it's under right now what how did they do it one of the ways for it our creation construction jerry are are are kept safe is first of all there are new sets of rules that are up to constantly that make things safer and safer but one of the ways is to create what they call defensible sensible space and so instead of things vegetation row close to a building uh no matter how pretty the as they say he looked you're going to have to find a way whether samanth to her rocker dirt or something create the space between you and where the fire might be so you building isn't bern by these types of fire so we have california all the time and they also put in an air conditioning system that can be reversed i thought that was school in fact yes there should be an african a reversing air conditioning gap between the mansion the cells in in los angeles everybody should have a reverse their condition things that they were come up with that it's interesting the getty folks have been asked time and again since he's fires broke out what are you artwork out of there and they said you want to know the truth is probably the safest place in the world for this to be because we have all these update systems defence all space we're five right and and the end of the world adding so the getty museum clearly apocalypse now if you can do those walls that air conditioning system you move the arts of the side treated delicately and camp out now north of los angeles i looked at the map for ventura county is the fire that it was one hundred thousand acres last night is the wind coming back tonight the wind is coming back tonight now is it kind of.
"getty museum" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Problem but it was a madhouse what's it safe chess you've told me about how the fires can jump free ways and moves in waves suddenly so was it was it was a credible to let that traffic go back and forth there were women are there were children there were families there were trucks everything was moving greer who nation i was given about widely let them growers grit had already or track you'd already started when the time the fires were started going off and the fog worker tried to stop people and try to turn them around or try to slow traffic we might very well endanger farmer any more people than if we just western get through it you're on the other side and away from the fire was if you stopover swan it's gonna create a much bigger problem um and was the fire close to i couldn't tell the perspective was odd there was at one point the woman was driving towards a fireball that was ripping down the side of a of a hill that's the exact effect that i've explained four on the show is that you have fired creating its own wind storms and it it becomes like a tidal wave a hurricane on its own and then googles you know incredible distance is an incredible speed that's what you were still in yes that was true and this again who's been appeased up and down the state as we watch these fires occur and i and people are taking footage all sorts of i a fired nick was is la act still open are they taking off and landing in this yeah i want to find his farther south it doesn't have any problems with education all right now while that vegetation i learned from you that the getty museum was.
"getty museum" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
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"getty museum" Discussed on Here & Now
"The fire the near the getty museum in los angeles what's the status of the fire that's closer to the city the other the one that's closer to the city right now there have been some hotspot soda broken out in the bell air neighborhood but for the most part it's been contained it looks good i was speaking to a fellow npr an editorial employee a little bit earlier and they said that you know 'cause after drive that way to get into npr's building in in culver city in they said everything looks pretty calm in normal comparatively to where it was yesterday where it look like people were driving into a hellish armageddon landscape so that doesn't mean people are out and i know that there was one person in particular spoke to i've been waiting to hear if she could go back to her home she lives in that that neighborhood they're on the west side of los angeles and she still has not been allowed to go see what has happened if anything to her home so there's a lot of concern there's a lot of worry but there's not the same amount of danger that we saw just twenty four hours ago and still a lot of evacuations going on yeah hundreds of thousands um in there might be more again these super winds these so called purple warning wins they could spread embers as far away as san diego county as far away san bernardino this is like you know from new york city to the end the connecticut think of it that kind of distance so a lot of ground can be covered in a very short time because of the potential win threats so there could be even more vacuous shinzan and it should be noted that at least as we're seeing these evacuations at least one good section of the highway the one a wine in southern california has been closed because of these fires so latah traffic a lot of commute problems of congestion and there might be the possibility of even more vacuous and do firefighters have the resources they need to fight these fires are they even trying to stop the fire from spreading at this point or just to protect homes you know part of the strategy yesterday was just to let things burn and make sure people were evacuated because we've had this almost seems miraculously stall of the spread of this fire.
"getty museum" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Ashish for snow our snow crash it is falling white asked right now minds momma ants old ashtray you know you you mentioned that this is near the getty museum this is this renowned museum here in la what are a thirty saying about the danger to that or to other parts of la will the getty museum is believed to be really protected partly because of design tim's he had an article out today about how it was designed to withstand massive heaton and fires and also because it has a filtration system to protect some of the world's most valuable hearts as for the rest of the neighborhood fire chief of la ralph trez us said this earlier about conditions right now we're experiencing favorable wind conditions but we are anticipating a continuation of the red flag conditions throughout the week at least until friday and of course these red flag conditions are what helped spread the fire for more stephanie's adds where i am now in stephanie yeah let's talk to you you're in the town of oh hi tell us what's happening there well today the wins have calm down dramatically and while that's great news it has left the ohio valley completely socked in was smoke and ash particles like john described have been falling down like rain so the heirs really unhelpful here but most notable today was the arrival of the cavalry his dozens of fire tankers engines in at least four bulldozers rolled in this morning in anticipation of an afternoon wind shift that sent the fire back up toward us here in ohio where it's consuming unburnt fuel and then tonight strong santa ana winds predicted with gus as high as seventy miles per hour are expected to turn the fire back toward the oceans so things are still quite a radic here yesterday when we talk to seem like 30s were focused on giving people evacuated getting people out what what's their focus today today the focus is on building a line of protection against the fire with all the.
"getty museum" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To evacuate the largest and most destructive fire has burned across thousands of acres and ventura county north of los angeles and early this morning another fire began near the getty museum in los angeles not far from interstate 405 winds are expected to pick up later today john supposed to do oh of kqed is in los angeles near the getty museum either john higher so first of all just described to us what you're seeing what's the situation there soon apocalyptic dark smoke rise from one earth the most iconic areas in los angeles this the home of the getty center the home of one of the most valuable are clutching zain in the world uh what we're seeing is a lot of emergency personnel rushing into to try and stop the fires were seen a lot of evacuations i'm right next to a hotel that's that's near the 405 way and folks are being asked to leave their being handed white mass they're being told to grab their their luggage and get out um as there there is just a credible concerned that this fires going to spread and it's a big deal anytime a highway shuts down in los angeles it's especially a big deal when it's on the 405 and were seen a total shutdown of the south of the northbound lanes on the 405 which is creating a traffic snarls i'm seeing lots of traffic both in the cars from evacuees and of police and firefighters as they respond to this fire in los angeles laos so the effect of this fire could reach far beyond the actual location that it's at because of their problem with interstate 405 the tell us more about exactly where this fires located what else is around there that's making this such a dangerous event well this is just a hotbed at fuel you have a lotta trees bag grew a lot during the heavy downpour about a year ago and then got hit by the is intense drought so there's a lot of vegetation that is dry and ready to to burn uh and that's something that we're seeing not just here in los angeles but all across the south land all across southern california a lot of dr vegetation more than normal and it's just being lit up as embers from really fast moving winds known as santa hannas locally uh spread those embers throughout the.
"getty museum" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"What was the plague when people get playing now you're asking that was the clear take a guess everybody look it up the year of our lord the bihac i'm gonna say lord boauban with you play notice still which we so remember like when i was in seventh grade did report on it was nowhere it doesn't make us anywhere near the discovery of america right in that area some say 1100 fifty i'm gonna say was amnesty was before the thousand forgotten thousand realtors in with nine hundred eighty i i'm just patrick can't i can't think of law things that i can remember happening talking about the players the black death uh what's the pull the players the black looks that if 100 who onic plague i'm saying eight hundred closer 4000 se wait a little thing is i had to put then this is like 'cause we gotta think there's like cottages their cities there's just not soap like people shooting in the streets a cat like that's what spread disease i was talking to my kids bollywood to the getty museum in la and the elders renaissance era paintings and i was like what you don't know from this painting is how bad that city square smells it would have been horrific because nobody has any kind of yoder's soap and everyone's dumping their will they always industry i read also recently that i that delivering is largely a marketing kinda like diamonds that it didn't exist really before the early 1900s no one cared about body odour it was just a thing that you had and then marketing made it something jer should be ashamed of yet but if you went back in time like like him you would be perfume but than the there was perfume for sure butlers like thi well it's that was like she wasn't a lot of people got married in june and had bouquets because you recently had your bath any were only just starting to smell and lower is leverett yes.
"getty museum" Discussed on AP News
"At two us car factories union leaders there the lord tunnel hiault plants near cleveland and the fairfax plant in kansas city kansas posed for as long as five weeks in june and july lord sound makes the chevrolet crews compact affair facts fills the chevry early malibu midsize car crew sales are up thirty six percent due largely to fleet self malibu sales are down thirty percent through may spokesman jim came confirmed some car plans will see more down weeks that he wouldn't give specific he says gm's adjusting as the market shift from cars to trucks and suvs an ancient marble statues on his way back to italy from the j paul getty museum in los angeles the museum set the statue of zeus enthroned is being voluntarily returned after the italian government said it obtained two recent be discovered fragments of the sculpture the twenty nine each high statuette is believed to date from the first century b see the museum bought the peace in ninety ninety two from an american couple but there's no documentation which says it was legally exported the getty senior antiquities curator at the time of the purchase was later in daunted by italy for conspiracy to traffic in illegal antiquities the case was eventually dropped however in the past decade the getty his return dozens of vont works to italy in greece the wife of daredevil nick will end that has successfully hung by her teeth from a helicopter over niagara falls erendira will and i was tethered to a hoop suspended from a helicopter three hundred feet above the water on thursday after performing if you acrobatic maneuvers she really hung twice by her teeth with the use of attended mouthguard hanging upside down by her toes for a few seconds the lender say the stunned brooke our height record nick will lend us that in 2011 when he hung by his teeth two hundred fifty feet above silver dollar city in branson missouri hey dc did you know that the average person spend hours a week at the grocery store that year not an average person are you there's a better way to get fresh groceries and cut fresh direct shop for.