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Fresh update on "los angeles" discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"Rocky's three dance coming up here in the eighth inning with a one run lead, trying to end their three game losing skid in Denver one more game tomorrow afternoon in Colorado. The chancellor three over the weekend in El against the Dodgers again, thanks with played seven games in Los Angeles against the Dodgers, among their 1st 2 weeks of games in this weird season. And then it's on to Houston. Not gonna get any easier back end of this road trip changes for Colorado in the eighth inning. Hampson is now into play left, Hilliard moves from left to right. And the new pitcher is the right hander Daniel Bard pretty remarkable story that he's back in the big leagues after a long time away, and he's pitching pretty well..
Los Angeles - State Lawmakers Push For Gov. Gavin Newsom To Address Backlog Of Unemployment Claims
"A group of bipartisan lawmakers is asking Governor Gavin Newsom to begin paying unemployment benefits as the state clears the backlog in the system. In a letter, 63 members of California's legislature told Newsome the Employment Development Department is failing the people of California. The letter asks for numerous things, including retroactively, certifying claims in order to expedite the approval process of unemployment benefits and implementing the new callback
Fresh update on "los angeles" discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"The rest of it, and in return, the central organization takes a cuts of the revenues of that local business and it's been very successful in the fast food industry, for example. Example. It's a very, very quick way for companies to grow because it means that the company doesn't need to raise lots of money to set new branches because the Franchisee as much of the startup costs. It means that consumers all the country or life the world know what they're guessing. You know if you were a big Mac in London, it's the same one that you'll get in Los Angeles or the same when the get. Get in Beijing and so for consumers, it often helps to increase the branding power of civilization says being very successful and surprise surprise the drugs businesses condoms to this as well, and when I was in Mexico one of the big stories at the time I was there was the spread of this game called disasters and they spread very very quickly. You know within the space of just a couple of years it seemed that they. They managed to set up a branch in every city, and so I looked at the situation and thought well how they done this and I immediately. It reminded me of organizations like McDonald's, and so I looked into it and it seems that was actors are doing something very similar. They do is instead of sending their own employees to a city to go and set up a new group that they will send some agents. Agents there took to local criminals who runs the show down there and say look, Hey, how about this you can use Brian will lend you disasters brand, and in return, we want to cut your earnings and we can provide you with some training with weapons and with our logo and so on, and it's extraordinary. You find in some parts of Mexico is comps of being rated and they find these guys got branded battle caps. caps, t shirts, and that kind of thing. It really is like a franchise and help them to grow very very quickly. But the thing is the problem obviously for Mexico, because these guys are growing very fast, but is appropriate, will say the franchising business can create problems full disasters as it creates problem sometimes for McDonald's into. One of the things that you find with regular franchises is that sometimes franchisees will argue about the. The fact that there is supposedly t many franchises in in a particular area. Right? Encroachment is what they call it. That yet, that's exactly right and you find loads of cases about this in the states, and in Europe, you find franchisees claiming that there's being encroachment whether it's McDonald's or a hotel chain or whatever, and the problem that lies at the root of this is that the interest of the franchisees and interests of the. The main firm on very well aligned obviously from the point of view. The franchisee. It's great. If they've got the only, McDonald's franchise in one big city from the point of view of the firm. Equally obviously, it's good to have as many as possible because they take a cut of total revenues. They'd have particularly cares each individual Franchisee is less profitable, and the same thing happens in the world of towels you find the. Individual Franchisee possesses often find another xetra franchises opened up somewhere nearby and rather than issuing this problem through the coats, which obviously, they can't do because this is an illegal business day satellite differences using violence, which in the world of drugs is the only way to enforce contracts, and in many parts of Mexico, you find the some of the violence can be attributed to exactly that effectively encroachment battles between different Franchisees at the same. which found themselves situated a bit too close for comfort in that, fighting over the limited amounts of prophets available in a particular area in places like Acapulco. For example, is some evidence that some of the violence is caused by effectively different franchisees. If the Sinoloa Federation and so that it's something for these cartels to bear in mind as they do that franchising it. So very, very quick way to expand, but they may find the differential Z's actually argue amongst themselves more than they might bog until there's a lot in this book, the idea that some cartels relying territory. Territory others rely on products and smuggling. It reminded me of Internet business versus let's say brick and mortar. You end up with different cartel territories and things like that, and even online sales which I wasn't sure was the real thing. But it seems like now while Silk Road and websites like that. No longer exists. But of course have been replaced by something else. I. Assume now you're looking at it entirely different way an entirely different market and sort of pathway trade route for drugs sued does this mean you can buy cocaine online? Obviously, I'm asking for a friend. You can't you can bike again, you can buy more or less what you like online and it is amazing. If you get to these websites like as you say silkroad itself longer exists, but it's been replaced by a lot of other ones you go in there and you can see products to sail different varieties of cocaine of heroin crystal meth. You name it, you can find it on the dark web and alongside these products, he find reviews at the products by consumers and a lot of these sites have been set up to look like Ebay, you kind of. From, people who voted from the supplier and they can give a kind of sums up with down is extraordinary. It makes the business of buying drugs feel a lot more like businesses of buying regular products and I. Think for consumers. You know it gives them setlow more information about the product they're buying, and it also gives them more information about prices because one of the key differences between drug markets and. Regular markets is that intrigued markets? You don't have very much transparency about pricing. So let's say you're buying a products. You know the computer or something like that. If someone is trying to tell you, it's a more than the regular price. It's pretty easy to find out that someone else is selling it for last so. Much better, abusive. The same price in the drugs world. It's very, very hard to do that. Consumers might know that regular guy sells cocaine I price. They won't have any way of knowing if the some of the guy across the sales at much cheaper releases much harder for them to find out and similarly dealers don't have any very easy way of advertising staff. You know they've got a network of people to him. Him, they saw red drugs. But if someone else he lives nearby, he would be willing to pay more. They would necessarily know that they can't appetizer idea online. They can do all of this stuff. They that prices pretty openly. Consumers can decide between products based on price between products based on their reviews at the quality and so on, and so it starts to resemble much more irregular market is not the kind of. Of, hidden markets anymore as a regular competitive free markets and say what you would expect to find and I think we're probably already is the online, the kind of drugs that you will find a probably of.
Los Angeles Rams Star Announces He Won't Wear A Face Shield On Field
"Theory who spoke to the Rams Aaron Donald, who says he's not gonna wear a mask because quote I need air. When I'm out there running around and breathing with the long drives and stuff. I feel like we're out there were playing up close. There's nothing you can really do if I got if a guy got it, and I tackle the guy. I probably got it because he's going to be sweating, spitting and slobbering right in my face. So, Freddie, do you
Fresh update on "los angeles" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Trump made false claims about how the virus impacts kids. If you look at Children, Children are almost on. I would almost say definitely, but almost immune from this disease, But Dr Anthony found she has said Children can indeed get the virus and spread it to Children Get infected? Yes, they do have hundreds of thousands of Children been if infected us. Several states air banding together in the fight to get more rapid and accurate Corona virus testing. It's considered the first Interstate Corona virus testing agreement of its kind. Six governors, three Republicans and three Democrats are purchasing three million a rapid a covert 19 tests. The hope is to reduce the turnaround time for Corona virus test results. From days, two minutes, with many Americans having to wait several days for results. Cove in 19 test are basically useless Gym Krystle, a CBS News accepting the reality of the moment. The Biden campaign says there man will not attend the Democratic convention and will accept the party's nomination remotely. CBS News political analyst Leonard Steinhorn Corona virus doesn't yield to political desire. Joe Biden accepts the reality and for the foreseeable future, our politics will be living in a digital space. President Trump says he's thinking about accepting his nomination at the White House. Nine people are now reported dead from Tropical Storm E Say yes, which tour along the East coast on Tuesday. Thousands remain without power from the Carolinas to New England. Meanwhile, on the West Coast CBSS Steve Futterman says progress is being made on the so called apple Fire. Cooler weather here in Southern California is helping fire crews build a perimeter around the fire. It's now 30% contained. That number is expected to rise. The fire is still expanding, but very slightly compared to previous days and no additional structures have been destroyed. Most residents who were initially forced to leave their homes have returned. The death toll in Beirut is at 1 35 and is expected to rise following Tuesday's devastating explosions that damaged a large portion of the city here. CBS's Margaret Brennan, the Lebanese government has arrested the officials responsible for operating the port. CBS News has learned. The explosion may have been fueled by ammonium nitrate stored in a warehouse for six years. Music producer detail who won a Grammy for Beyonce's Drunk in Love has been arrested in Los Angeles on Mohr than a dozen charges of sexual assault for incidents that date back to 2010. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio, 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com APP de loaded today. W News time. 403 Just a heads up and a reminder that the vine Expressway.
Los Angeles to cut off water and power to properties hosting large gatherings
"Issued a clear condemnation of gatherings and threat toward people hosting them. Tonight I am authorizing the city to shut off Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Service in the egregious cases in which houses, businesses and other venues. Are hosting unpermitted large gatherings. Large gatherings have been prohibited under City Health ordinance is due to Corona virus. The mayor announced a similar measure in April when he authorized to shut off of services for non essential businesses that were still operating despite Safer at home orders. LAPD will be taking note of residential properties that continually host unpermitted gatherings and will initiate service shut offs for re offenders starting this Friday. Garcetti also touted A new pilot program that would make testing kiosks available in neighborhoods across the city. He says these kiosk will be able to test up to 500 people a day.
Fresh update on "los angeles" discussed on Hello Gen Z
"And. So that brings us to the moment we're in with some activists calling for the police to be defended the ideas that communities would be better off if some of the and police budgets could be reallocated to other parts of the community. As an example of how the idea is beginning to take hold in some parts of the country Minneapolis said it would. Its police force and replace it with the Department of Community Safety Violence Prevention. Cities like Dallas Milwaukee have already created successful programs to address mental health issues and keep nine one one calls down. For Generations e not only are they joining other generations to push for police reform in their communities, but they're also turning toward their own schools. We recently saw the Los Angeles Board of Education Cut at school police budget by thirty five percent after weeks of protests from student activists and community groups. So these young people are asking for radical changes in the system. But I WANNA note, they're also making radical changes within themselves. They talk a lot about learning about acknowledging and changing their own biases and some of openly admitted that they've made mistakes and the ones we talked to do it really gracefully you know they're not embarrassed or ashamed, and they actually seem excited and proud to be learning something new. and. So much of the Work Katie for justice is doing is about educating people on anti-racism performance of of them and all these other terms that essentially boil down to taking a hard look at yourself and changing your mind and actions. When we asked them what they were doing to grow. Personally, they didn't hesitate at all I sort of try to just like look into my own biases in like. I've been taking like the the Harvard implicit bias tests, mixed sort of like analyzing how I. May Be prejudiced towards certain groups and it's allowed me to because. Okay. So I. I sort of believe in the fact that you are not necessarily responsible fear for stop you are responsible for your second and how you react to that I thought. And for example. If you. So I've sort of been having these conversations with I guess Jelly members like how you may have A. Racially prejudiced I thought. Like. Sometimes you know apparent of mine might walk down the street and see a black man and you know clutch her purse Titan on and that is an example of you know a bias on and I've sort of been trying to help my family and my friends on learn loose things. Whether it be resources online or little things like cinema or literature I. Think those are two very powerful tools. And I've been like looking into and analyzing the things that I've been doing in how I can learn them as I am I like I'm one hundred percent meaning the fact that I have biases towards certain groups. And I can't use I mean like I may have been raised in way, but I cannot use that as an excuse for the way I. The Way Act I'm going to have to unlearn and I have to normalize the process and learning. been used to note so readily available to be on the internet or through friends or. Things like that and and work through that process and a better myself. It's not clear what the future policing will look like how far this movement will go. But what is clear is what young people want we'll leave you with their thoughts. Here's Jalen again. Will for. Knee. Systemic question is like the biggest change I hope to get out of it because without fixing the system in general, we're GONNA have to keep protesting GONNA have to keep fighting. We're GONNA have to keep being angry if you don't fix insist on protester GonNa keep happening has something is still GonNa, being active or effect minorities in the United. Way So. I think we like why we defunding? Education systems when that's like the biggest thing that we should have funds for wise are police stations having more money than our education systems. It's just backwards our system is just backwards in general. So I think we have to dismantle are negative racist that we do have for anything to get done. I can make small changes in different areas like police brutality like changing certain police, pin codes in all those things for fresher. But overall big picture, our whole entire system needs to change. So they're organizing protests they're starting profits and they're educating each other and the rest of us. And they have fully formed hopes for what the future will look like yours Katie for justice, again They're definitely sounds like you all at correct me if I'm wrong. But view this moment as an opportunity to sort of lift all boats lift all communities of color. Is that right? Yes. But also at this given moment of time and it's we need amplified voices. That's just what I'm not saying that Jesse White Gypsum Matter Eric I says a matter a right now at this moment. In Tim matter because we don't because we're be treated like we don't that's why I think people are INC and we're not seeing that on loan or did you pretty orage? Let's just say this movement. While Also, intersection in altogether movements event stuff right now the black lives matter. Only e focusing on black voices and what we can tell them. That's just such but incessantly not trying to alienate anyone, but it's been alienated for so long and he's never had a voice and every time been shut down equal. Surprising to go after mlk resume like re-submitted Extradites Brown, versus board of. Education. Schools longer segregated, which is further from the truth site think everyone recognizing and listening to US listens about forty says and realizing that which six saying their names and you just want. To have not. Just. Be. Able to coexist cokes is not exist with you but coexist peacefully. Hello Jansy is part of the UT podcast network. If your local to San Diego, we invite you to check out some of our other podcasts including San, Diego News, fix and namedrop San Diego. If you like this episode of Hello. Gen Z. Please subscribes you can follow along with our mini series. We'll have more episodes coming out for you in the next few Thursdays. Matthew. T hall is our project editor. Beto. Alvarez is our creative director. We'd also like to thank Glory Orbit Gozo and John Kelly for their creative contributions as well. This episode was reported written and produced by me Kristie Tutton and Abby Hamlin. Please share this podcast with a friend or write us in your favorite. Thanks. See.
Los Angeles Mayor Authorizes DWP To Shut Off Water, Power For Large House Parties
"Mayor Eric Garcetti cracking down on large unpermitted gatherings which violate covert 19 restriction. We have already closed all nightclubs and bars thes large house parties. Have essentially become nightclubs in the hills, so he's authorized the city to shut off the water and the power to businesses and homes that host him. Garcetti says the city is making progress against the virus, with hospitalizations, down 20% from the peak.
Fresh update on "los angeles" discussed on Sports Criminals
"Couple had been hiding out in Germany but still felt unsafe sometime after the airing of the documentary they applied for political asylum and settled in a secret location in the United States they knew that if they returned to Russia or reveal their location, they would be in great danger but they believe that exposing the truth was completely worth it. Over the course of two thousand fifteen at the independent commission investigated Road Schenk's lab interviewing all of its employees and Chekhov himself. But Road Schenk off was entirely uncooperative with the commission's investigators refusing to give them any information that would corroborate Julius Depan of US claims he hoped that the destruction of samples would be enough to prevent them from proving anything concrete. And if all else failed, he assumed he had the support of the Russian government. Presumably, Putin would protect him in his lab. Chekhov tried to continue on with his life acting as if everything was normal. Then through old colleague at the Ucla anti-doping lab. Roach. Inca came into contact with an American filmmaker named Brian. Fogel. Fogo wanted his help making documentary about doping and was hoping to experiment with taking steroids himself. Schenk off perhaps needing a distraction happily agreed to help roach. inkov helped Vogel create his own drug regimen and taught him how to avoid a positive test. In May of two thousand, fifteen row, Chekhov even flew to Los Angeles to help them with the documentary the too quickly became friends and planned to meet again in September. On November Ninth Two Thousand Fifteen Wada's independent commission completed its investigation and released its report. The commission confirmed that there was widespread and systemic steroid use among athletes on the Russian national team and concluded that the Russian government must have been aware and involved with the entire doping conspiracy. The allegations made by Julius Ponca were accurate. The commission. Recommended lifetime bans for ten athletes and coaches as well as the suspension of the entire Russian national team from the Olympics and any other international competition. The, punishment would be lifted only once Russia proved they had made serious efforts to improve their anti doping system. They also uncovered the destroyed samples. So they recommended that the Moscow anti doping laboratory be stripped of its accreditation and its director Grigori Road checkoff fired. On. November thirteenth two thousand, five, the International. Association. Of Athletics Federations voted overwhelmingly twenty two to one to suspend the Russian Federation from all competitions. Any hopes that route Chenggong had for surviving the investigation professionally or otherwise evaporated the day after the report was released water followed through on its commission's recommendations and reaching cavs lab was discredited. Meanwhile Russia remain defiant flat Amir Putin's spokesman declared that the commission's accusations were groundless but still schenker finally resigned as director of the Moscow Anti, doping laboratory. His world was collapsing around him row Chenikov wasn't just a suspect in Wada's investigation. He was now the face, the entire scandal named ninety eight times in the official report. And it was becoming increasingly clear that Putin and the Russian government would not protect him from media scrutiny or consequences on the international stage over the next few days Roach Inca and his wife remained in their house hidden from dozens of reporters outside he contemplated his next move knowing that his own government was likely to make him a scapegoat for the entire operation and remembering his arrest during his power struggle with former coach Sergi Portugal love he feared he would soon be removed from the picture entirely arrested silenced or dead. On November fourteenth a pair of guards appear to Road Schenk offs home claiming they were there to protect him from the reporters outside his gates. It was the first major signal to road. Schenk off that he was in serious danger. He knew the guards had been sent there by the Russian government not to help him, but in case, Schenck off had to be quietly eliminated. The next day Roach Inkov received a phone call from a friend inside the Russian government. The friend told him that the government was preparing for road Chen. Coughs suicide read Chenchikov made a panic video call to the only person he believed would help him. American filmmaker Brian, Fogel, he told Fogel he needed to get out and get to Los Angeles Fogel managed to by Road Shinko, plane ticket to Los Angeles, and read Schenk Oh planned his escape. He destroyed his work computer, but took the hard drive with all his files with him. His wife and children decided to stay behind. It was partially for their own safety. If they were caught fleeing with him, they face consequences. This would also help Chekhov get to America more safely. The government was less likely to believe that Road Shangqiu was fleeing family wasn't going with him. On November seventeen, th two, thousand, fifteen row Chen Gov left his house under the cover of night. There was a real possibility that the government knew his plan they had been surveilling. Falls if they believed, he was truly fleeing, they'd have no problems arresting and detaining him but road Schenck of got lucky. The guards didn't follow him the Russian police didn't stop him and he made it to the airport without incident as the plane took off Grigori wrote Schenk off, looked out the window and knew that he was likely seeing Russia for the very last time. Twelve hours later Ching-kuo arrived safely in Los Angeles and reunited with Brian. Fogel. Kid made it to the other side of the world, but the scandal was far from over the Russian government was just beginning their attempt to cover it up. After. Roach inkov fled to the United States. Putin, announced an internal investigation of the doping allegations and pledged to hold guilty parties responsible for any wrongdoing. The two thousand sixteen Rio Olympics were just around the corner and Russia's reputations in the sports and political worlds were on the line in the weeks following Roseanne cavs Escape Nikita come ev director of the Russian anti-doping agency and close friend of Grigory. Road, Schenk off resigned from his position. Not. Knowing. What to do next? He decided to write a tell all memoir describing everything he'd seen and done in his decades inside the Russian sporting world. But on February fourteenth, two, thousand, sixteen, Fifty, two, year old. died under mysterious circumstances, the Russian Anti Doping Agency reported that Conrad's death was due to a sudden and massive heart attack. In Los. Angeles Grigory wrote Chink off was devastated by the news of. Death, he knew that it wasn't due to natural causes. Komiya was healthy had no history of heart problems. It was far more likely that the Russian. had. killed him because he had said too much. And if wrote, Chenikov wasn't careful he'd be next. Coming up the doping scandal reaches a boiling point and Road Schenck of fights.
Los Angeles Police Say Up To 100 People Involved In Brawl At Hotel In Anaheim
"Fight between guests at at a a hotel hotel in in Anaheim Anaheim escalates escalates into into a a major major brawl brawl that that raged raged inside inside and and outside outside of of the the complex complex before before police police officers officers and and sheriff's sheriff's deputies deputies could could restore restore order. order. The fight began in the pool area of the Cambria Hotel and suites when a teenager push someone into the pool. That person fell on top of a teenage girl in an apology didn't solve things. Suddenly between 60 and 100 people were fighting the activity spilling for the pool to the lobby, where furniture was thrown and out into the parking lot. Anaheim police in the Orange County sheriff's came in force and broke up. The fight to people were hospitalized with non life threatening lacerations. Two Two people people were were arrested arrested in in Anaheim Anaheim police police search search chain chain character character says says Investigators Investigators have have a a lot lot of of work work ahead ahead of of them. them. Our Our detectives detectives will will work work with with the the hotel hotel du du Tio Tio weed weed through through their their video video footage footage to try to identify anybody else who may have been responsible or acted in this large brawl. The hotel evicted a number of guests after the fighting ended. Others weren't sure they wanted to stay for the duration of their vacation. Given what happened
Man Killed After Being Pinned Between 2 Trailers At Industrial Company On Terminal Island, Los Angeles
"Has been fatally injured while working on terminal Island officials say he was pinned between two trailers this morning in an industrial transportation company. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. The LAPD E says the death is being investigated as an industrial accident.
Chicago schools to begin fall remotely, dropping hybrid plan
"The nation's third biggest school district is dropping a plan to have students back in the classroom this fall after pushback from Chicago's powerful teachers union to a plan that would have had kids attend in person classes two days a week the city's mayor now says schools will rely on remote instruction to start the year Los Angeles has also decided against re opening for in person learning while New York City plants a mix of kids in classrooms and learning from home the governor injury Cuomo has not said if you'll accept that plan the moves come as president trump continues pushing for schools to fully reopen telling fox and friends this morning it's safe for kids children are almost and I would almost say definitely but almost a mutant from this disease though evidence suggests that's not true Sager made ani Washington
Woman Killed, 2 Wounded After Gunfire Erupts At Los Angeles Mansion Party
"L. A health officials have issued a legally binding order that prohibits large gatherings during the Corona virus pandemic. This comes in response to a large party in a mansion in the Beverly Crest neighborhood of Allah were gunfire broke out early yesterday morning, leaving a 35 year old woman dead and two other people critically injured. Health officials are also investigating a party at a Hollywood nightclub over the weekend that was reportedly attended by members of local police agencies, including the empty violations of the new order could result in fines or even jail
Angels' Trout homers in first at-bat as a father
"At bat tonight for the Los Angeles Angels hit Hate home run in his first at bat as a father, so congrats to him and also his family keeping themselves safe as best they can Mike trout doing that tonight.
New Charges Allege Ed Buck Enticed 26-Year-Old Man To Travel To Los Angeles Area To Engage In Prostitution Before Man’s Overdose Death
"And L. A federal grand jury returned an updated indictment today charging Democratic donor Ed Buck with four additional felonies. Including allegations that he enticed victims, including a man who died in his West Hollywood apartment to travel interstate and to engage in prostitution. Buck was arrested back in September after being charged in federal court with providing methamphetamine to a man who died after receiving the drug intravenously. Since that time, federal authorities have continued to investigate buck for additional crimes. The four additional counts, bringing the total number of charges in the case to nine include one count, alleging the bug knowingly enticed afford 26 year old Jim Elmore to travel to the Los Angeles area to engage in prostitution. Buck allegedly provided meth to more who overdosed on the drug and died in July of 2017 is scheduled to go to trial in federal court next
Los Angeles - California health officials release guidance on elementary school waivers for in-person instruction
"California health officials have released guidelines for elementary schools to seek waivers, allowing them to offer classroom instruction in the midst of the Corona virus pandemic. The officials say some public and private schools and 38 counties on the state's Corona virus watch list can seek waivers from local health officials if they have plans for keeping students and staff safe and meet certain criteria. KP phase Christina Honest and reports the vast majority of public private and charter elementary schools in California will need permission to resume in person instruction. The school year and applies to school is located in one of 38 counties on the state's Corona virus Watch list due to increasing infections. Those schools can re open if they meet with parents and faculty and update their site Specific safety plan to meet specific criteria. State epidemiologist Dr Erica Pan describes what that criteria is they will want to be a short of the site specific plan has a lot of detail about how they're going to make sure that kids are in code words. Which is small, stable groups that are not mixing with other groups. But their safety plans in place for health screening checks or face evidence. For all that. I have strict discovering requirements to confine their state public health requirements room thinks and many other things in place that there Planning and prepared to respond for any cases of 19 kindergarten through sixth grade schools must also comply with guidance from the state and Centers for disease control. Then they can apply for a waiver through their local public health officer to resume and person instruction. Those waivers on Ly apply for kindergarten to sixth grade because health officials say those students are less likely than older Children to become infected or transmit the Corona virus. But schools and counties that have had 200 cases of Corona virus per 100,000 people over two weeks should not apply for a waiver. 14 counties in the state are in that category, including Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino, with several others just below that threshold. L. A School district is the nation's second largest, with nearly 735,000 students. It's already announced it will start the school year with only distance learning in two weeks. A district announced it'd hammered out a tentative agreement with its teachers union on how distance learning will be carried out, which includes set school hours online. The district also plans for providing at least some classroom instruction if it receives a waiver.
Los Angeles - Most Evacuation Orders Lifted As Apple Fire Scorches 27,000 Acres; 15% Containment Reported
"Fire and Riverside County still burning 27,000 acres plus a brush and timber couple. Cal Fire air tankers doesn't helicopters working, too. Establish containment lines. Evacuation orders have been lifted in some, but not all of the communities affected by the apple fire all evacuation orders in San Bernardino County. Those remain in place. Glenn will worth evacuated. He talks to K E S Q TV. There's just no way it could have been standing after seeing that. And it was fast. It was big. It was not good it on this 60 foot wall of flame just started shooting up and I just started running from my back yard. Is 15% contained. The city
Los Angeles City Councilman Files Motion To Cite Those Not Wearing Face Masks
"Los Angeles could be the next city within the county to start finding people for not wearing a face covering Mayor Eric Garcetti made the mass mandatory throughout the city as part of his safer Ella order, and Councilman Paul Court says it's time to start enforcing it. He filed a motion yesterday to find first time violators $100 for not wearing a mask, $250 for a second offense and $500 for 1/3 time.
Gun Charges Filed Against Los Angeles County DA Lacey’s Husband In Home Confrontation With Black Lives Matter
"The husband of a county D a Jackie Lacey, who's accused of pulling a gun on black lives matter. Protestors now facing misdemeanor charges. State attorney General Have your Sarah has filed three counts of assault with a firearm against David Lacey in connection with the confrontation in March outside the couple's home. Of course, we're encouraged and surprised, pleasantly surprised that the attorney general has chosen to file charges. Molina Abdullah's a cofounder of BLM, Ella, she says. David Lacey pointed the gun at her and others with her. She describes the experience is traumatizing. And while we hope for justice, we didn't we weren't under the illusion that we would get it. We weren't under the illusion that there would be charges filed. You know, the flip side of it is three misdemeanor counts is not in this. We know that if David Lacey was not who he is, he would be facing felony charges. David Lacey's attorney says in a statement that he and his client disagree entirely with Theeighties assessment, but have the utmost faith in the justice system and are confident that the correct result will be
Hiroshima survivors worry that world will forget
"Exactly 15 minutes past eight in the morning on August 6th, 1945 Japanese time at the moment when the atomic bomb flashed above Hiroshi MMA Miss Yoshiko Sasaki, a clerk in the personnel department of the East Asia, 10 Works had just sat down at her place in the plant office and was turning her head to speak to the girl at the next desk. That rather ordinary sentence is the opening to the extraordinary August 1946 New Yorker article titled Oshima. It was published a year after the United States dropped the first nuclear bomb on that city, a year in which the U. S government had gone to great lengths to conceal the human devastation caused And to depict the bomb as a conventional humane weapon. The writer of the Peace John Hursey, uncovered a very different story reporting on the ground in Japan, author and journalist Leslie Bloome chronicles foresees work and the reaction to it in her new book, Fallout. She joins me now from Los Angeles. Leslie Bloome. Welcome. Thank you. Start with Who? John Hursey Wass and how he came to be the one to tell this story. Oh, John. Her see was a young World War two correspondent who had covered action in different theaters throughout the war for Time magazine. And like many war correspondents, then he was pretty supportive of the U. S military. And he even wrote an almost overly complimentary wartime bio of General Douglas MacArthur and That the U. S military knew him entrusted him would be an important factor in my story and how he eventually got his story about Hiroshi MMA, and I don't want to give away too much. But I will say that how he got in was by being the perfect Trojan horse reporter, The perfect Trojan horse reporter. You've hooked us where we're intrigued when I got there. He didn't report this out as a war correspondent. He focused very much on ordinary people on he picked six of them. Why did he want to tell the story in that way? Well, I mean, the fact of the matter is is that the bombing of Hiroshima was widely reported when it happened, and it was reported as a very big end of days. Story mean there were pictures of the mushroom clouds that were released in pictures, the landscape devastation. But there were no pictures that were released or no stories that were released about the human toll that it happened on the ground there, and the government was really going to enormous lengths to cover up the reality of theater. Tomic aftermath in Hiroshima, Nagasaki They were very concerned with as the former secretary of war, put it, not being seen as having outdone, Hitler and atrocities. So her C and his editors at the New Yorker magazine became determined to tell the story from the point of view of survivors. You know, these are among the on ly humans who have ever experience what it's like to be on the receiving end of nuclear attack. He ultimately picked a widow with young kids, a young female clerk to medics, a priest and a minister with with a young family, and his idea was to create a sense of empathy. In his readers with these individuals, because, after all, not everybody could understand the physics of how the bombs works or visualized. You know, an all out nuclear attack that anyone could relate to being a mother or a father or colleague or doctor who's going about their everyday business. One catastrophe strikes I wonder if you would give us a sense of just one telling story of what he did find when he was there What it was that so shocked American readers who had no idea what was unfolding in Japan. One story that particularly resonated with him. He interviewed a young female clerk who was in her company when the bomb was detonated. This's the clerk I mentioned in the intro exactly one of the most famous introductions in journalistic history, and when the bomb exploded over her factory bookshelves fell upon her, and she was nearly crushed to death by books. And he thought How ironic it was to have somebody nearly crushed by books within the first moments of the atomic age, and literally when he was leaving here, Oshima and standing on the surprisingly intact train station platform, he thought that he was going to have to write about that line. And that's one of the incidents that most resonated with readers. So August 1946 The New Yorker publishes. What was the reaction? Both in the United States and around the world to this story. Well in her sees own words. The reaction was quote explosive mean, I try not to use that word in my book for obvious reasons. But he did, And the article was simply titled here, Oshima, and it comprised nearly the entire contents of the August 31st 1946 issue of The New Yorker. It's sold out immediately. You're even black market copies of it going for, you know, astronomical sums. It was syndicated in its entirety, and this is a 30,000 word story in newspapers across the country and around the world. And editors and reporters and readers were enraged. They were horrified by the testimonies in her sees here, Oshima, and they also began demanding to know what else was the U. S government withholding from the US public And then, when President Truman was asked by a reporter if he had personally read it, he retorted. I never read the New York ER. It just makes me bad. But the fact is, is that the government had been put very much on the defensive. That said, You know, they didn't want to look like they were on the defensive, but they were and they had to scramble to try to reclaim the narrative.
Ex-UCLA gynecologist now facing 20 felony charges for allegedly sexually assaulting 7 patients in Los Angeles
"Of 23. Is being accused of covering up the alleged sexual assault of women by his former gynecologist. An attorney representing more than 100 accusers of James Heaps tells connects, the doctor could not have acted alone. Women would go in there for cancer treatment and suffered sexual. So how could that have happened? He was the highest paid position in the UC system. It deserves an investigation. It deserves a search warrant. It's not just Dr Heaps did this. He had help. Attorney John Manley says he's now calling on the state attorney general and L, a district attorney to investigate for what it knew and when, so it's really important in my view that the D A. And the attorney general, investigate this and it's there was criminality by these administrators and Doctors in charge that they beheld accountable. It's really simple. The fact that that hasn't happened, I find disturbing. Prosecutors just tacked on an additional 17 sexual assault charges against heaps for a total of 20 and we've reached out to both the ages.
Gun Charges Filed Against Los Angeles DA Lacey’s Husband In Home Confrontation With Black Lives Matter
"The husband of Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey is facing three misdemeanor charges. Video from March show David Lacey pointing a gun and threatening to shoot black lives matter protestors who gathered outside the couple's home Jackie Lacey apologized at the time and says her husband was just trying to protect her.
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"Rift isn't getting in the way of etiquette for the Windsors. An explanation from CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez. She may be a continent away in L. A. But members of the royal family haven't forgotten about Meghan Markle is birthday. They're wishing Prince Harry's wife, a Happy day on the Buckingham Palace Twitter account. The Post includes a 2018 picture of Meghan with Queen Elizabeth Harry's father, Prince Charles and his brother, Prince William, have also sent online messages. Meghan turns 39. Today, she Harry and there one year old son Archie, now live in Los Angeles.
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"English sandwiches we served finger sandwiches on wonder bread. Of course they just flew. Was My house ground zero which is kind of the way we're thinking now isn't it? That movie is flashing through our minds. Were wondering that last weekend in February did go to Costco trion. Some sunglasses get a meatball sample. Take to the massage. Chair sneeze my nose REM I. It's like that trailer from the movie contagion by the way which I recommend do not watch it I mean yes I'm old enough to remember. Gas rationing in the Reagan Years Remember. Oh the panic of only being able to get guests every other day based on the last digit of your license plate even or odd. Oh the long lines at the pump. Ma'am this episode much worse than that. This is the bad science fiction movie come to life but of course part of the toll of this pandemic is not just physiological but psychological. We're all going through these Kubler. Ross stages denial anger bargaining depression acceptance. There's panic tedium emotional confusion self-loathing fatalism. So ill prepared for this one day. You're serious thoughts may alternate with these totally trivial thoughts. And you notice that and you feel even worse. Indeed since you're not going to be able to go to therapy this week about your therapist. The most GERMOPHOBIC personal live. They probably left the country already. But anyway we're going to spend fifteen minutes here on do this together. It's a free therapy session. We're going to start with the first Kubler. Ross stage denial beginning of course with our president which I'll try to limit my remarks on with just take too much time anyway. Remember on the second Super Tuesday where do to corona virus concerns Joe Biden cancelled rally like in Ohio and yet in any way. Trump accused Biden of not really wanting to have the rally anyway because rallies aren't really biden strong suit and I remember thinking fine true. So what wouldn't it be great if all our politicians stopped having rallies who wants to rally anyway. Why do political candidates need to do that? Just run the country. I don't want Joe Biden to have to go anywhere. Just stay tanned rested and ready in your Hypo allergenic bubble. I like how Biden's been sweeping states. He didn't even visit vote by mail. Us Amazon. Brian. But it on the visa take it easy all that door knocking we did in twenty sixteen. I phoned bank for Hillary amongst warm bottles of dishonor water and sweaty tubs clumpy Hamas. I like this way. Better fewer marches. It's the more reliable older panicked vote but of course on a more personal level now came all are acquaintances cancellation emails due to an abundance of caution. So many things. We forgot even happening the nonprofit branch the fundraiser a poetry reading. That's right this is going to sound terrible but this one friend of ours. She's you know she lives alone. Jesus Bernie supporter. She's always constructing these impossible events anyway and she's always so hysterical so panicky until stricken. I mean this case. She was so hysterical about her poetry. Reading event being cancelled leading one to experience. Something called CORONA DOUBT. While you're thinking was the cancellation due to the corona virus or the fact that apparently not a ton of US under EU BY LIST. When it to drive two hours to that warehouse gallery to hear you do your poetry and folk music group that you're with even though apparently it was a benefit for get out the vote which we don't have to do anymore. The vote is out. You're thinking I'm not sure you would have drawn more than five people arguably your poetry reading would have been one of the world's safest places and that's truly shitty a terrible too but now the reality start seeping in at Equinox I. I'm excited. I get into spinning class easily. There's really good parking as I enter the club. I slowly become obsessed. The trailer of the movie contagion does flash before my eyes which I told you not to watch because I did now. I can't stop thinking about it instead of waving key club. I now have to check in with my.
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"And still angry at to tell us. Tell tell you I'm gonNA tell. You nate silver. Oh my God. All he's pollsters. Excuse me can't even some of the most mad at that she drake. You sound like mantles Series John like he's done so close years she like how we say my Somalia. We'll never the end. Nate silver so that the chances of a trump's that was one in three is likely the cubs winning the world series. No cops one yeah so. It's almost like nate silver Jason and JV Everhart. This is called me gear. God this will right there. We'll ride a year this Pisa Back Fat. We don't WanNA see your back fat. I know but this is the cub. Honghai the fucking dial sorry and underneath year in this flab look at this flab visit might get you underneath firearm right here. This is the does are okay. What do you think that you have to guess words mega-gas Ask for all? I don't even want Newt Gingrich. I'd like every third thought I have in a day is about trump. It's like trump trumpet carbs or trump carbs carbs carbs carbs trump in the Obama years. You know I was always trying to do the Atkins of the Paleo just protein in vegetables. But now I I'm just I'm just bide Sourdot Baguettes from Moscow and tearing up all day and buttering them over this thing and just showing us with I go to a restaurant may ask. Would you like some bread instead of saying no I always go? Trump has the nuclear codes of course bread with butter and Fudge and for them cigarettes audit and gay law of Maryland. Let's see your fun wall. Bring it I'm bringing old was no problem. We have gold. I have lots of I want any ball was. You'RE GONNA need woolen orders of that knitting. What do you mean? You're not needing a hat on. And Oh yes no. We all brought wall so I'm sorry ladies. It's just I mean. Obviously I'm still struggling with a lot of depression. The gloom the darkness the mid term elections we just on those midterm elections in the eleven fourteen districts. If we can just get a fifty nine percent majority party.
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"Off to this myself. Cursing this evil trying to apportion my hate just to conserve my strength. I even make distinctions within the trump family. Don Jr. and Eric of course with the trophy hunting in this league hockey hair for eight people so being so office so repugnant but God Malania. I don't know if she's driven enough to be evil. Just give a crap about fitting into washes political ambitions Malania Lady Louis. Whatever Davis he just wants to stay in Manhattan shopping so I go over in my mind I say unlike every other first lady. Malania hasn't started literacy campaign but at least Malania hasn't started. An anti is literacy. How this homicide cancer eating his. How mad we all were Mitt Romney his Binder Women Only so mild myth Ron nine missing so minor compared to trauma. He's like a com- elder statesman and John McCain what did we John McCain on my own war hero and Ronald Morning in America Nixon towering intellect Foreign Policy Strategy. Midi should get a posthumous Nobel peace prize. This is how crazily our minds are thinking. Now the other day I found myself thinking fondly about Jeb Bush Shou rush all the rage we had about those hanging chads man if only Jeb Bush were President. Did you hear it? I just said I said if only Jeb Bush were president only Bush President Bush number forty three a barbara and the girls are all right but we need to do is focus. Think Midterm Elections Ladies Midterm elections? And in the meantime we should get knitting for that March. Okay let's go. Let's get I've never met before. This'll be fun superfan okay. So here's the Pussy had pattern. We're doing okay. Let me get my glasses traceable. Just poke the needle into the center. Go diagonally right loop yarn counterclockwise. Twist lift roll over and done see. That's your first under the do the difference between left and right. Ding Dong the door opens Maryland. Enters her head wrapped in a cream scarf? She's carrying large conspicuous accusing glass. Bottle of Kombucha tea. I just want to say right now. I'm on a three day. Sugar cleanse so I am not drinking a fantastic really great. Yeah coming Oh my God Oh my God oh my God. I have gained so much weight since the election here in my belly. Drop fifteen of a recession hips. This is entirely Komi Andy. One Percent Komi Halloween candy. You remember how companies letter came on. Friday and Halloween was on Monday. So we're there was the entire weekend to sit around with five pounds of fun size. Butterfinger weekend you know. I'm still angry what you want. Okay you know so. That's all that really matters that's it? We've got trump as president and all she cares about his benches fat. Some more wine.
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"Beneath `as is the knight of swords. Now this is what's gotten us into all this trouble. The Knight of swords words is going into battle. The Knight of swords is rushing in on a war horse full throttle. It's created the stress that is causing us A lot of our problems page of swords is the present as his passing and the page of swords is sort of a an unseen in an unsteady state a little bit paranoid clutching his sword of or her sort. Actually the pages are often from female. What we're all feeling right now is I mean everybody is on edge? It's not a comfortable place to be a and we're coming out of it. The near present as combine is the page of COPS. which again how's us? The cubs are the the suit of emotion and the page has little fish coming out of the coming out of the cup. There's little gift in there. I see evolution. Maybe the vision thing. Hello Yeah offering coming another offering. Aubrey offer so yeah. There's there's a The pictures of a mind taking four form so then this is this is us and what we have is the eight of wands. I always think of these as a messenger. The wants or the first suit their their sticks but they're coming into leaf so they're about beginnings there about I would say definitely about hope but a message is okay. Maybe you're or not a woo. Woo Person but political prognostication according to the usual methods. How reliable is that? Our posters nate silver Reuters the day before the twenty sixteen election. It was ninety percent certain that Hillary Clinton would win still to be fair and balanced. I went the next day to an actual professional political consultant. A myth the car. He has consulted with some bold faced names and I mean boldfaced. I mean maybe currently running in the Democratic primary no names because of the. MDA's never mind because of his nonprofit work always the loophole. I was able to get an interview with him on the record. I think the easiest one that other which I feel is the most accurate is longtime political consultant and founder and CEO of lawmaker dot Io. And the only reason I say lawmaker dot. Io is because a lot of people go to lawmaker dot com we say lawmaker dot io even though that's very ninety s and we call it a micro lobbying platform and the goal is to help people you know be Empower them to advocate on their behalf. It doesn't make them legal lobbyists but we want everyone to be able to to to be political advocates can. Is there any way you can start like. What's the frame? What will myself going to be rolling from? What's GonNa be happening before we know that as you said it's kind of a roundtable or I'm not gonNa tell me Oh I'm not gonNa tell you okay? Yeah it's okay so this I'll just it's a bit of a it's it's a it's an experimental kind of fun segment so I'm GonNa just jump in with a very open ended question the country the United States. What do you think is the central reason you were here where we are now speak open end? Yeah that's the that's the ball quite. Let me try it again. What do you think is? Let's say the underlying problem. I'm kind of hoping he'll say the devil but he doesn't quite not at first. It's going to sound very general. It's a lack of civic literacy and Civic Responsibility d from the ground up but I think what we've seen in America being country that we've so proudly said with the best country in the world is strongest prosperous innovative. That's allowed so many of us to say. Oh Oh and thus I don't have to pay attention the moment the people stop paying attention. That's where you have lobbyists and interest groups and foreign governments saying. Oh well we're GONNA pay attention you know. And lobbyists is an interest groups. They get hurt every single day. And that's a big imbalance that causes a lot of where we are as a country today. And what are people distracted by their habits and their habits are what can I do for immediate gratification because civic participation is not about immediate gratification. You do get immediate gratification from Netflix devil materialism listen. I'll take it so. Have you seen in your work. A shift from one mood to another mood. One era to another era when when feeling to another feeling there has been a shift And I feel like almost anyone on the street you can ask what that shift is. And they're going to be hovering around what it is. which which is the sense of emergency on Edge? Page of swords specially in the twenty twenty election. We're GONNA see more and more youth participation they say in twenty twenty ten percent of eligible voters. Odors are GONNA be genesee because of the issues because even movements that we've seen whether it was the march for our lives the global climate strike black lives matter. More youth are going to be participating picture of a mind taking and one thing that we've seen time and time again is that people that engage in politics or engage in civic life. They have more hope for the future under evolution. So this is not about now this is not about is going to be. Elizabeth is GonNa be America all Blah. This is about the action. Step is is to be part of the evolution without becoming fixated and without becoming so. That's our show. My thanks to our Guests Henry Alfred Julia Sweeney Caitlin Flanagan Janet Fitch a meet the car with a cameo by dame caroline. Aaron Ad Jingles by Amanda Chimpanzee in the hot mess trio Susan Martyr Enrich Rottenberg announcer voice fire. mcallister shows theme is by me producer. Myself with help from any Chelsea of course the show is really made possible. Oh by my new book the Madwoman in the Roomba out from WWe Morton June twenty name. 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"So often living in Los Angeles Fresno sounds good. Finally in this episode. We'll keep so many of us up at night. The elephant in the room politics talk about blue Monday. Since the two thousand sixteen election in California literally a blue state Allah Joni Mitchell's blue. There's been a move to spirituality to older earth magic's Hattricks two things wiccan. I happened to be at a New Year's gathering hosted by Janet Fitch Author of White Oleander an Oprah Book Club. Pick Janet the tradition of Reading Tarot cards at the first of the year. In this case she did a reading for the entire USA. For Twenty twenty okay. So let's all think about what's in store for the expertly. Janet shuttles and cuts picard turns over the devil. Really aww her spiraling copying the Davos. The country is chained to its material real way of existing. It's it's it's addicted to its material reality and this is the problem the central problem. Okay crossing us as temperance. The card of the Cross is usually a a stumbling block. But in this case I think it's like a somewhat of a barrier to this addiction. Not A it's not a reverse course it is a blending of the left and the right is pouring or she is pouring water from one cup to another. It's a balance crowning us. which is it's like an ideal would be the night of cops thanks? The the nights are servants. There they serve the greater clause. You know it's a face card. It's it could be a person who is is bringing a cup is emotion it's about holder holding emotion and holding it study on horseback. Not An easy thing to do so the best that can be achieved is somebody who would come with a with an emotional balance. Once you know somebody who's not gonNA scream in y'all in and throw things from putting.
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"A long weekend or if you took three hours and the rich are so fast at figuring out any loophole so now the highest percentage of kids in America who get on-time testing are the most high zip codes in America. Greenwich yes cards of La and suddenly. Everybody's this kid has six different learning disabilities in this trump era. It was these Democrats and these Hollywood celebrities for for all the good progressive causes that they were the ones self petard hoisted. I have always said that college admissions is the rubber hitting the road for Rep progressive. And we talked about long time with my mother on fire as well. I love that well. We were parents and Van Nuys as a studio musician. What's the quickest way to get to the valley? Mary musician writer that we completely were caught unawares and I would have sent my kids to private school. Well if I could. I just couldn't afford it and couldn't get them in but when talking to other liberal progressive parents at all the La Times book events and all of the parties as with the discharge nate Cetera et Cetera. Language was it was never a private school. It was always an independent school to sounds like right on target and the reason that we are sending our child to John Dewey Mulholland willows. Say on the mountain is because we wanted independent thinking and diversity versity. Yeah but the local schools are seventy five percent Latino. They're not diverse enough because there are two Latino there to Mexican and Guatemalan but the limousine liberals or whether it would be that Acura. I don't even know what the fancy car the Tesla hybrid imports. delectable carcass are better than you upset that liberal but they never called it it was which is a little bit of a cfo be it was always in service of their child all that was gifted and they just didn't want their kids to be among English learners because they had learned somewhere appear related the their child's English learning developed both parents have PhD's in English and learn plenty of good English. Just look at a publication like so many of the top liberal publications out of New York that really really really espoused liberal politics boy. Their editors all their kids go to expensive private schools New York Times. Yes yes David. remix kids go to the local public school. Hey James Bennett. At at the time I didn't go to the local public school walk. And you talk about diversity. It's a curated diversity wind. Oh we want African Americans. We won African American kids. That are from the hood but we want them vetted very thoroughly. We want that admissions person to have shaken them upside down and sideways. We may even even want a third party. There's these nonprofits like a better chance that helps identify. We WanNA make sure that they're not that kind of African American kid. Yeah we want you know the right kind. And then of course the kid who's just there to get his education is also there to provide it'd diversity experience for the rich white kids so they can say our child doesn't see color right and then about the La realities. When I was sending my kids to elementary school we were looking at a house over here and I said well? What is the elementary school? She said. Oh it's vantage it. Never send them. Don't even think about why right he's all Hispanic and she said but if you buy on the other side of the street that's the district for Third Street school. Oh but you'd Never WanNa go there. Why all Asian? They're super competitive. So the Hispanics perceived to be not strong enough for your genius the Asians not. They got their hustle on your kids. Missile ever survive. You need some curated diversity up just the reality of liberal liberal liberal to go back to felicity huffman felicity. Here's what's going on. I don't know how much you followed her mothering website. What the flicker which close goes down immediately after she was arrested? I didn't okay so her thing. On what the flow. The tone of it is we all love. Our Kids Ed's motherhood has gotten crazy. Take some shortcuts. That's the whole essence of what the flick like you know. What if those other mothers WANNA show up? And unlike Carpool to the thing and bring all desserts. For God's sakes let them do it. And if you're supposed to like handknitted Cape for the play and you've got an extricate for God's sakes she just took the what the flicker approach one step too far like if you're doesn't do well on the sat just have have someone take it doesn't get someone to take. She just did not realize immersed she was or or in a way in a way it was the highest testament to what the flip thinking. You know now that she's out of jail she should be like what the flick into the maximum whereas yes I had to go to the slammer but it was just just like a camp and me and Martha Stewart and the Don suits like you win some you lose a lot of people are like. Oh she's the least involved of any evident. It did seem on the one hand I talked to an FBI guy about what these rates are like. All of them are basically you kick open the door if they don't open it. You flood the house because there could be someone in backer destroying documents. Everyone's like sleeping in their getting a SWAT team. So it's like is that too much and I see where they could be coming from. Where when the whole system is so corrupt what made her plan more corrupt? And there's a lot of talk now in La that apparently this always always gets exaggerated among parents top. Private schools didn't do very well with early action and early decision this year at the Ivy League colleges and there's been some talk that the Ivy League colleges want to teach a lesson to these. La Rich people. Not that. I think it's going to affect everything in the ultimate decisions at the end but are kind of saying we are not just going to close on your bullshit anymore. We're GONNA keep an eye on you all the way through before we give any admissions. I just think it got the attention of the admissions missions. Offices of what coaches were doing and it just showed how easily the system was manipulated.
"los angeles" Discussed on Sleepless in Los Angeles
"So I thought I would go visit Julia Sweeney. Aside from her work as a comedian and actress. Her monologues are funny. The and candid like this new blog entry. She wrote about turning sixty and giving herself the gift of never going on a diet again. How awesome it so awesome I decide for eleven am interview? I'm going to celebrate this. Anti New Year's resolution by bringing Popeye's fried chicken cheeses a fresh Ashby to this candy Chelsea. Ah We've I've brought you know fried chicken soft cheeses and Rioch you celebration of your birthday in your next birthdays abors okay. I'm doing a faster Ma. I I was reading your sixty no again l.. I know well we decided to do this five day fast that we aren't they three. Oh my God this is hilarious. Will I can put this ragged 'cause fried chicken to lose weight. Yes it's just to reset the system from the holiday God that well maybe I should put the fried chicken back in the Carpool. You'll be sculling fried chicken. I okay what. You're actually trying not to tell you fasting because one I made a huge announcement is never going on a diet again. Even though I don't consider the fast I see I see uh-huh every fasting completely asking just as it might God you. How will we ninety four so I know what it's like it's funny? We have completely different body responses to it. I my response shutdown. He wants to lay on the couch with his arms over his chest. Sir I have. I'm like it's four in the morning goal doping yet. I need to go for a run. I have so energy. I've already been running canyon I've already walked enlargement. I'm going to go on a huge web later. I get enormous energy from fasting. Wow so my ancestors as I say to Michael. We're the ones that got up and got the rabbits. Yeah in the morning opera. His ancestors just thought. I guess it's time for I live to be done. Can't stash the food settle into the living room and Julia launches into her holiday. Post mortem it was like Barkan Dalia. It was like there were nights right eating so much that I get up in vomit because of just like what is it Rome in the the last days of Rome like I have eaten so much we can we just because there was great food around the house it was like yeah and also I'm traveling and I can eat what I wander winebrenner flying me first class per flying in the bottle so did this started with it because I thought I feel really uncomfortable in my body but I don't want to go on a diet I made all down soon. I'M NOT GONNA be on a diet and then I thought based on all the signs I know and everything I've read and that we've done together. What if I just had a protocol like a religion because there's also comes from being my friends and my Muslim family in Chicago? I don't know if that I opted out so I did Ramadan with them and everything I really like. It's a religion some religious fast. What if my personal philosophy of life slash religion is two times a year? I do a five to seven. They fast otherwise. I eat whatever I wanted any time except for one day we have a one day a week fast in between so it and then otherwise. Don't think about it. And then whatever weight I land on. That's my life like it's really and it's also because my blood sugar's really high so I don't want to be diabetic so I'm trying to avoid that too but without restricting myself and being able to drink as much as I want and have dessert and also little John's toffee. Yeah yeah I know like. It's very contradictory. I'm saying all the things I vowed I'd never say to anyone. And that's because of the magic of Hugh You have that effect act on sleep on. I think walking up cheeses and I am aborted meal that we're not gonNA sorry hilarious. It's even better because we're just so energized food. That is the in another room so when you think of like what your last meal would be. Oh yes which I often think. Okay so what is is your. What's your last meal your death row use murdered? Hopefully not your husband. No you had to be unfair. It has to be wrong okay. Why why you've while you're dying okay? Okay has to be an unfair death. Okay how so and the reason I say that is if you really did kill the people. I think you should be thinking how this is Justin right that you should die. Maybe you shouldn't have anything before. Are you talking my west meal is it's completely wrong but I can't control anything. I'm about to die okay. So you've been accused of something something that's wrong but I can't can't change it. Yeah and somebody's willing to give me anything. Okay probably would have a really fatty steak. Done rare grilled a rare. I would have my family recipe of potatoes romanoff which is potatoes with cream cheese and sour cream and tons of cheddar cheese and onions. And it's very good. I would have Brussels sprouts and Bacon. I would have actually like vegetables. I would have some grilled vegetables really. Yeah I don't I wouldn't wanNA feel feel sick going into the chamber. You don't want to vomit on yourself as you're getting the injection. So adding SUISA adding Brussel sprouts with Bacon. No but that's so good to me. I could have that completely. But and then I'd have bread pudding with caramel sauce and and whip cream that does sound any and a lot of red wine and a lot of red wine. Yeah I mean I would eat all those things anyway in Mike Strange Kito not quite bread diet but always buy gas. Then I'm constantly buying everybody else on my household because I famously don't eat bread. I feel that if I'm standing in the kitchen and tear it off with just like it and then just the white part and just eat the cross slathered in butter 'cause because the butter that just like out so all my God so I probably would go like a straight pasta situation because the state that you'd discuss until he was being good yet because it's a total atkins like they say. Eat Steak but I do. Just love steak. I love steak in red wine in fact in January when I don't drink plus the other thing my January. Don't drink which I've done. It used to be land. Now it's January I won't even have steak because to me if you can't have red wine with steak shouldn't even have steak. What's the point rather certain foods that if you don't have eight if you can't have a Margarita with chips and Guacamole? I don't see why you have any chips and Guacamole you. How bipolar am in this morning at Runyon Canyon and just now? I'm listening to the PODCAST. Food psychology with Lisa Harrison. which is the anti diet food? podcast asked that completely turned me on to health at every size. This is all bullshit. The whole Wait cycling industry. I love that term. Like weight watches all that. They're just they know that you're going to gain it back and they're going to have you back like the whole and the way hold the sciences such crap and that the whole idea that people who are heavier are necessarily less healthy than other people has a lot of problems with it. So I'm listening to that while I'm going around on my fast. Until how long have you been doing this over January. Well I just moved it to January. I did it for lent my whole life. I used to huma chocolate for lent before I could drink and then every year that it was lent even when I stop believing in God and was definitely not a Catholic on fat Tuesday. I I would have a lot to drink and then Ash Wednesday which if I did go to mass. It was on Ash Wednesday because I felt like that was the only day the character told the truth from ashes. You came to to ashes. You shall return. They put the APP on your forehead And that's Ash. Wednesday starts length. So it's about forty days and then I gave a chocolate the and Y.. An alcohol and then my friend Bob Bloomer who does sober January's got me into the sober January and it's less it's only thirty days. Not Forty days. What I like about it is that it proves that? I don't have a problem.
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"Sandra AH welcome to the show this so wait a minute your voice sounds familiar. Voice can have that effect lacks Sandra. The way you feel is completing natural. There's nothing to be ashamed of your. Oh my God. You'RE YOU'RE DR. Marcia feels into the radio psychologist from the nor- EPHRON MOM COM sleepless in Seattle. You're the one who talked to Tom. Hanks no names that standard psychiatric policy. But actually no. You're you're actually my friend. Caroline Aaron the iconic actress who played aide. Dr Marcia fieldstone was so many other roles and Edward Scissorhands all those woody Allen Movies you happen to be in. La this month for the Golden Globes. Because you're currently starring in the marvelous. Mrs May Zell so because we worked together in theater for very little money. I've been trying to draft you for free in between all your glamorous awards parties to appear on my new little podcast. Let's focus on us. Sandra Alright for these few minutes anyway. My fictional radio show in the middle of your your podcast show so just a few questions. Are you sleeping at night. No Dr Marsha. I'm not not sleeping. I never sleep. I worry I worry about myself. My family my money my world case. You're just joining us. I'm Dr Marcia fieldstone the town of the Dr Marcia fieldstone our on network America. We're talking to sleep in Los Angeles. What's wrong Sandra Cha? You seem to be under a particular cloud. Oh Dr Marcia. Is this winter. The holidays into the New Year January January January can be very difficult for many of our listeners. It's a transitional time indeed said that the saddest of the year is the third Monday of January. Blue Monday really blue Monday. It's based on on scientific formula. It calculates time lapse since Christmas arrival of the first credit card deals the seemingly unbridgeable distance to the next holiday and of course the first failings of those years better solutions with diets. It's ridiculous I tried the zone Diet Dr Marcia the Atkins Diet thing many many many Americans are on that treadmill. It's Diet Industry The pointy draw You have to love yourself for you. Look at Julius Mimi. The wonderful comedian formerly a Saturday. Night live who also lives in Los Angeles. She just turned sixty exte- last October. And you gifts. She gave herself for her sixtieth to never go on a diet again. That's great shooter Sweeney. He is a very evolved person. Perhaps you should visit her. Well folks it's time to wrap it up and you all my listeners. I hope you'll call again again soon. Let us know how it's going. This has been Dr Marcia fieldstone with the Dr Marcia fieldstone. Our Broadcasting Live across America program has been made possible in part by Glenview arthroscopic knee surgery. It's the kinder gentler. Me anthropic surgery on unions also made possible by sauce surroundings for the season woman explore. Rj Pajama of principle copy Muslim. It's far to the south..
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"Sodastream the sound of sober January. Thank God I have my metaphorical Gin and tonic. I wonderful friend to humorist Henry. Alfred of the New York Times James The New Yorker Vanity Fair is latest book and then we test. Hello Henry Alford. Hello Sandra how are you. I'm fine thank you so I'm speaking with my friend. Henry Elfriede I of course in Los Angeles in Pasadena in my living room truth be told. And where are you sitting right now Henry Henry Alfred. I'm sitting in the living room of my terribly. QUAINT Greenwich Village apartment. It is Super Queens. Okay so even though this podcast was called sleepless in Los Angeles and there you are awake in Manhattan. There's a connection I mean Los Angeles is a state of being while Manhattan is what is it. Well your maybe a state of anxiety as much as much as a state of being New York is the big apple while as my musician. Nations ex-husband used to say Los Angeles is receding carrot. So sad but true. I should note that we're talking on on January first New Year's Day like well behaved people it is eleven. Am My time two PM Yours. You got a little more wiggle room on that one. Now ask any Alfred Alfred. How was your New Year's Eve? It was super anti-climactic because we had actually been out past midnight the the two evenings prior yeah go figure I mean for a person over fifty. That's like the the a marathon of festivity so we just we played real low key last night so we you know I've heard the people of our age of the go-to Madonna Concert. And because Madonna doesn't go onto like twelve thirty in the morning lawsuits are happening actual losses. Have you heard uh I heard that the woman in Florida who sued and then I also heard that madge is doing on audience interaction and and is apparently not terribly polite or or smooth with any sort of hurting people's feelings in the audience did did you say mad madge. Yes is what my my people call her. As I'd like to say not only are we born two days. Apart you are February thirteenth. I eh eleven nine hundred sixty two. I don't mind saying Aquarians. Both will always be your elder. No matter what just as a Madonna madge will always be four years older than me though. I will always be seventy five pounds heavier so the topic at hand. This fine January first is his new year's resolutions January being as I like to the month of enlightened self loathing If you go into the history of it you could say the Babylonians did the Romans did it. The Christians did but further now supposedly you don't during the Great Depression. A quarter of American adults for New Year's resolutions whereas come to the turn of the century about half of all American adults formed and half will fail. So it's kind of a very first world problem. If you Wilson like we're peasants saying we hope on January first. The Tar will give us more money. We got to berate ourselves from having ingested too many things in first world way I think so how about you. Where do you stand on this issue of New Year's resolutions? Where do you stand on it? Personal one of my resolutions for this here is super first world. And that is that I would like to be calmer in the face of technological mishap uh-huh which is to say. I know that those those Nablus the automatic sinks in public bathrooms. I know that the the the those are supposed to make my life easier so I'm just going to relax into that noble intention rather than can focus on the highly irritating actuality which is that they they seem to single me out and I cannot activate the sings so you mean there. You'RE GONNA fluttering karate chops at Nocera to motion and you. You just can't do it precisely now I it could be. I could be doing some kind of like Origami Situation with the hand the fluttering and the and nothing so then you you sort of run over to the edge of the bathroom and you look to see if their paper towels and there aren't and then you run back it. Just it's a weird little dance chance. Well I think just you don't maybe if I'm just armchair quarterbacking here from the other end of the country I think the Origami fluttering thing thing. That's what I mean. I think maybe a standard calmly willing it to happen. You know instead of doing the stabbing thing. The I'm just picturing Hugh Henry through your Ram Right. The Graham and I think it's too much I think you just stand there calmly year. BRING ME THE WALK TO A. Ah Yeah you think the sink can smell fear especially in Chile your affair and you may have a point. Yeah maybe just like a Jab. Bob Knocking an uppercut to the to the sink nozzle okay. I'm going to turn now Henry. No that's totally wrong. I think you should just stand very still relaxed. The buttocks and like Charlton Heston as Moses. Just will surely. The titans factor is not aiding the process.
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"I was disappointed with what i found as well does being built so this original coffee shop a bubis it it it was a little it was a little changed placed by schwab's drugstore we've really going to get discover in 1930s forty than i james dean hung out there and vampire of hung out there and all these b o b nick kids were there in the duty and it was just the low plays in the gut written applicable magazines and people started to it oh it just away architecture is not some brand some brand new york los angeles creation with that right is very much though yeah and so the people the created those would also go on a design like that with the designed by john walker who designed these um you're using this bishop house on a stick the chemist her house in la if you've seen some of the movie heat yet all williams than it was it out bryant dressed to kill alert if we kind of taking you to school what got so soon no years later now you were involved in preservation society is the item idol guy he is this story i think you want it i i used to walk home from high school in front of an advantage building and it was really exciting glick it was just a modern ruin it was so weird and it was really great and i i got this book i got the book of un was 79 i called the guy that road it and he said he there was clubbed started kind of his nago the book now i call.
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"With the clock that that little of what are you doing story as well so i was asking in the dark lee cracked please well that is the podcast is raising his hands i just want to interrupt i i have a couple of questions for chris but they'll get super his maybe you asked this question that is always kind of i've always notice this thing but in another city not los angeles and i'll say it ended in second looks like los angeles but it you know that because there's troop also scott writers last strip balls in los angeles what makes los angeles books seen seems different though than regular strip mall area this will renege michael heavily of matches the respondents thought and a lot of the guys redoing no know the coffee shop and drive into the bowling alleys here that that we're as though you know golden globe awards for many decades resilience phoenix were doing it las vegas we're doing it all over the southwest and then people try to copy or asylum of the places that off quite get it right it doesn't interpret news what is it that makes the los angeles unique about the strip mall look welcoming the this the modern fail ever is look at uh before the strip mall before the debt the improvements are really quite dead got a big towers everywhere but any strip while thirdplaced task stations you know and and as though i mean we have this sort of three light lightly sort of architecture here we had our gas.
"los angeles" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher
"Cetera profound toll discussions with your host start moshe casher you can't be theater or this month episode of the hound tall in theory during who will be a clinic and architecture and so help me welcome our panelists than first and foremost are expert from los angeles magazine use the writer of the column asked chris put their heads together for chris nicholl that is luke kennard and completely good the p route 3 rousing breach though we re you were in the audience britt usually our committees will stay in the green room brent was in the audience feel in you out as an obvious wouldn't think of on i was feeling good right now yet yes los angeles county crowder very classic very representing every borough of laws brooklyn you've got within slice pizza you've got through various people dishes ranger from los angeles the outgrown the hollywood what do you think will i'm proud of the city and i and i i like los angeles i'm a los angeles boy what what what what breaks dressed like a for new york the people who are listening right now brent's got like a deep the disco sure with a chest and he's where a large slice piece around we are dressed like a story running between two thousand thirty very interesting rose joke was brought to you by later later as he stole from me los angeles these love in los angeles and he stole loving the modina region of italy from me i always look.
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"Acute what would you please debate by the numbers legend has it that this russian sounding cocktail was actually invented at hollywood's cock and bullbar we're an inability to sell smirnoff vodka and ginger beer combined with the russian emigrants need to unload thousand copper mugs led to its creation a moscow new that's correct why do you have two thousand mugs why do you have to unload them to get rid of these modes despite its parisians sounding name this hot same which typically consisting of a roast beef inside of the bag get actually originated in los angeles to places claimed to have invented app philipps and kohl's now hall a french diplomat is so remember sean spicer well food historians marked him when he suggested this mayo in ketchup salad topper was actually from a country and its name despite it being created in new hampshire paul space dots or something i don't know why i don't know what kind of salads you were sound amazing i want us it's not space dots vases scott all sick again salad topper for the place name in it.
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"This is the los angeles roofer he might ernie no it is the scene of the big chase in the film terminator two it which omni schwarzenegger rides along its sloping concrete channel at hairraising speed on his made to buy off the baby in deep many angelenos didn't even though that city how to refer but that's all changing not only here in los angeles where the architect frank gehry is creating a river masked aplomb but in cities around the world the regeneration of rivers is a hot topic this is the compass on the bbc world service i'm susan malling nanan this pair programs a tale of two rivers i'm going to report on schumer waterways that are on opposite sides of the globe but which have a surprising amount in common the klang river that runs through kuala lumpur in malaysia and here firstly today the los angeles river in california i think it's be subject to los angeles at the moment because it's a way to talk about real estate development and judge vacation it's a way to talk about water policy in the drought it's a way to talk about eric garcetti's leadership style as the mayor of the city first of all full of this object you critic us the los angeles times and he's mike guide to the river it's almost a perfect emblem both of the political pressures that are really reshaping los angeles and the ways in which the political structure has made largescale planning difficult in los angeles so every angelina left the nyema has got a penny were flipped i'd like to express on this subject yes it's rare to find someone who doesn't have a strong opinion one way or another and one opinion on which people all your nightshade is that this river which dries two small channel for most of the year.