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Ray Appleton
Hour 2 - Harmeet Dhillon Joins The Ray Appleton Show. Corruption Continues At Fresno City Hall. US Case Of Monkeypox Identified. Invasive Jumping Worms In California

Ray Appleton

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 34:21


Harmeet sits with Ray to discuss some very cynical ads that back Gavin Newsom and Rod Bonta in the California primary. The release of two new campaign ads in the past week strongly suggests California Gov. Gavin Newsom and supporters of Attorney General Rob Bonta are attempting to handpick certain Republican challengers as their general election opponents — picks that would all but guarantee victories by the two incumbents in November. Allegedly, Council President Esparza threatened City Attorney Doug Sloan with losing his job if Sloan refused to work solely with the majority of Left-leaning Council members. Also, Sloan was told to no longer do any work for the three other council members. Finally, Esparza threatened to fire Sloan if he did not comply with Esparza's demands. A Massachusetts resident has tested positive for monkeypox, health officials confirmed Wednesday, making it the first case of the rare virus detected in the United States this year. They clone themselves, they thrash violently like a rattlesnake when handled, they can jump a foot in the air, and now they're in California.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Byers & Co. Interviews
The City Hall Insider with Paul Osborne - May 19, 2022

Byers & Co. Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 23:16


May 19, 2022 - Publisher of the Decatur Tribune and former Mayor Paul Osborne joined Byers & Co for the weekly City Hall Insider Segment. Paul and Brian discussed local judicial elections, the appointment of Justice Lisa Holder White to the Illinois Supreme Court, and walked down memory lane with a new piece about Lakeview High School. Listen to the podcast now.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Self Evident: Asian America's Stories
(BONUS) Hunger Strike! How Immigrant Taxi Drivers Took on City Hall

Self Evident: Asian America's Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 29:58


When Augustine Tang's father passed away, Augustine decided to inherit his taxi medallion – the license that had allowed his father to drive a yellow taxi cab in New York City for decades. But the medallion came with a $530,000 debt trap and years of struggling to escape it. Augustine's friend Kenny, a fellow taxi cab driver, committed suicide. So did several other drivers who were crushed under the weight of these impossible debts. In hopes of preventing another death, Tang joined a push by the local taxi drivers' union, to campaign for debt relief. And eventually, city resistance to worker demands culminated in a 15-day hunger strike to convince City Hall that immigrant taxi drivers deserved a fair deal. The drivers' struggles for livable working conditions showed how political power doesn't just come down to votes. It's a reminder how strong collective will can be, especially for those often silenced and ignored by our imperfect democracy. Resources and Reading After listening, please take our survey about this story — to help us fund more stories like this one! This show mentions instances of suicide. We understand this topic may be difficult for some listeners. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a hotline for individuals in crisis or for those looking to help someone else. To speak with a certified listener, call 1-800-273-8255 WATCH: “Cheated, Desperate, Financially Ruined NYC Taxi Drivers Go on Hunger Strike” by Maximillian Alvarez of the Real News Network WATCH: “New York Taxi Drivers Hunger Strike for Debt Relief” by More Perfect Union READ: “‘They Were Conned': How Reckless Loans Devastated a Generation of Taxi Drivers” by Brian Rosenthal for the New York Times READ: “How the Taxi Workers Won” by Molly Crabapple for the Economic Hardship Reporting Project READ: “Distressed Drivers: Solving the the New York City Taxi Medallion Debt Crisis” by Aaron Jacobs for Columbia Human Rights Law Review Special Thanks To Augustine Tang, Jaslin Kaur, John Duda, Kader Guerrab, Kuber Sancho-Persad, Maria Santana, Maximillian Alvarez, Michelle Faust Raghavan and Alec Saleens, and the New York Taxi Workers Alliance Media Team Credits: Produced by Self Evident Media Reported by Sahil Nisha, with help from Alina Panek and Janrey Serapio Interview recordings by Sahil Nisha, Stacey Wong, and James Boo Public protest and demonstration recordings by NYTWA, Augustine Tang, CM Zohran Mamdani, and Former CM Brad Lander Edited by James Boo and Julia Shu Fact checked by Harsha Nahata and Tiffany Bui Sound mix by Timothy Lou Ly Music by Epidemic Sound At the Moment theme music by Satoru Ohno Our Executive Producer is Ken Ikeda This episode was made with support from the Solutions Journalism Network's Advancing Democracy program

Power, Poverty & Politics
Roe v. Wade - America's Dark Ages

Power, Poverty & Politics

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 60:37


This week on Power, Poverty & Politics with Star Parker, we sort through all of the noise of the news coverage on the decisions coming out of the Supreme Court and its profound impact on the future of our nation. The conversation continues on the potential overturn of the key pro-abortion case, Roe v. Wade, as we discuss the historical impact of abortion on all Americans, as well as its significant targeting of Black communities. Kassie Dulin, Director of Government Affairs and Counsel of the First Liberty Institute, joins this week to discuss the Supreme Court's weighing in on the First Amendment protections of high school prayer at a football game. Along with our weekly expert analysts, Jonathan Alexandre and Richard Manning, we examine the recent Supreme Court ruling on the city of Boston violating the First Amendment rights of a group seeking to briefly raise a Christian flag at City Hall as a part of a city program celebrating Boston's greater community.

Recommended Movie Squad
The Squad Reviews the Wheelis Double Feature

Recommended Movie Squad

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 56:34


This week the Squad is doing a double feature.  Nick's pick "Palm Springs" and Jonathan's pick "City Hall".  We hope you enjoy the podcast, thank you for listening.   Thanks again to www.purple-planet.com for the music.

Fitness Disrupted with Tom Holland
An Inteview with Ultra Runner Michael Wardian

Fitness Disrupted with Tom Holland

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 51:21


Quite simply one of the world's best ultra-runners, Michael Wardian set off on his latest adventure on Sunday, May 1, a run across the United States. He started at City Hall in San Francisco, California and will end at Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, while raising money for World Vision's clean water projects around the world. He will be following Route 50, America's loneliest highway, through some of the remotest parts of the country, and will travel through 13 states, covering over 3,200 miles. Listen as Michael achieves yet another personal milestone live during the interview with Tom, his most days running consecutively. You can follow Michael in real-time at https://share.garmin.com/michaelwardian Instagram @mikewardian with a link in his bio to donate to @worldvisonusa See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Santa Barbara Talks with Josh Molina
Santa Barbara Talks 110: Former Santa Barbara Mayor Marty Blum

Santa Barbara Talks with Josh Molina

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 60:00


Marty Blum is one of Santa Barbara's most decorated elected officials. She served as mayor between 2001 and 2009 and two terms as City Council member. She is also a former president of the Santa Barbara Teachers Association. In this podcast, Blum offers her view on the current state of the city, Cathy Murillo's time as mayor, affordable housing and State Street. She also shares her story of recovering from a double mastectomy — and returning to City Hall after just one week. Blum talks about Iya Falcone, Dr. Dan Secord, Babatunde Folayemi and current names such Meagan Harmon, Kristen Sneddon and John Davies. Blum is one of Santa Barbara's most treasured elected officials, with a wealth of knowledge and wisdom. #santa barbara #politics #breast cancer Please subscribe to Santa Barbara Talks on You Tube and visit www.santabarbaratalks.com to make a contribution.

Flashpoint with Cherri Gregg
'We have to invest.' Childcare providers fight for equitable childcare

Flashpoint with Cherri Gregg

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 65:20


Childcare providers, mothers, and educators rallied at City Hall for National Day Without Child Care on Monday in an effort to raise awareness of low pay. KYW's Racquel Williams was at this rally speaking to many providers on the issue most childcare providers are facing today. Diane Barber, Executive Director of Pennsylvania Child Care Association joined Bridging Philly to speak on solutions and the importance of Early Childhood Learning. The Newsmaker of the week is Jen Devor, President & Co-founder of Better Civics, a nonpartisan civic engagement non-profit, speaks on their released second election toolkit which focuses on educating and empowering local citizens when they vote in the May primary. Our Philly Rising Changemaker is Delaware County Judge Keith Williams II. Judge Williams II is helping to inspire and mentor young boys in the area through an organization called Men on a Mission. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Bottom Line
5/13/22 - San Diego Ukrainian Refugees, Kevin McGary & Every Black Lives Matter

The Bottom Line

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 81:13


- "US Supreme Court Rules that the City of Boston DISCRIMINATED Against a Business Owner who Wanted to See the Christian Flag Flying at City Hall" - "A San Diego Church has Become a Sanctuary for Ukrainian Refugees" - KEVIN MC GARY/EVERY BLACK LIFE MATTERS - "Florida Man Wrongly Accused and Then Convicted of a Capital Crime has Been Set Free"

The LA Report
O.C. declares local emergency due to Coastal fire. Plus: Desalination plant dead, soaring inflation, and more – The Morning Edition

The LA Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 7:15


Here's your morning news: O.C. declares local emergency due to Coastal fire in the Laguna Niguel area; Plans for seawater desalination plant in Huntington Beach may be dead, after more than two decades of debate; Soaring inflation pushing up California's minimum wage; Owners of The Landmark on Pico Boulevard in West L.A. say the complex will shut down at end of month; Diamond Bar man pleads not guilty to federal charges that he tried to intimidate a group of peaceful demonstrators at a "Stop Asian Hate" rally last year; L.A. City Hall one of many places where people will be gathering Saturday to protest the potential overturn of Roe v. Wade.  This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.   Support the show: https://laist.com

The Art Angle
Nari Ward on How to Make a True Portrait of New York City

The Art Angle

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 39:09


The Jamaican-born, Harlem-based artist Nari Ward was barely out of his 20s when he exploded onto the New York art scene in 1993 with Amazing Grace, an extraordinary installation of 300 baby strollers he found abandoned around Harlem. The work, installed in a dimly lit former firehouse, resonated with audiences as a startling and humble commentary on the seemingly endless crises plaguing New York: the AIDS and crack epidemics, rampant homelessness, racial violence, and a city on edge after the Crown Heights and City Hall riots.In the nearly 30 years since, Ward has maintained his role as one of our mourners-in-chief, and his latest exhibition at Lehmann Maupin in Chelsea is no exception. The show, titled “I'll Take You There; A Proclamation,” again taps into musical and cultural history to offer a dignified yet sobering reflection on the Covid pandemic and its devastating fallout of economic inequality, political instability, and profound loss. More than anything, the brilliant new exhibition, which continues Ward's use of refuse and discarded objects, picked up around the streets of the city, suggests that none of us—not even Ward—knows exactly where we're headed next.To get a sense of the show, we called in Artnet News managing editor Pac Pobric to get the artist's take on his remarkable new work.

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
Reps Maloney and Nadler Again Ask City Hall For The Truth About 9/11 Dust; Bus Driver Attacked; 75 NJ Gas Stations Lowering Prices for You !

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 5:07


Byers & Co. Interviews
The City Hall Insider with Paul Osborne - May 12, 2022

Byers & Co. Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 19:20


May 12, 2022 - Former mayor Paul Osborne joined Byers & Co to talk about the current politicians and political races and to remember Tim Johnson. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Illinois News Now
Wake Up TriCounties Keith Edwards Citywide Cleanup

Illinois News Now

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 9:08


The City of Kewanee is holding the Spring City Wide Cleanup on Saturday, May 14, 2022 from 7 AM to 12 PM (rain date May 21st), at the old hospital lot on W. Division St.  To enter the site, take Prospect Street to Elliott Street and follow the cones west on Division Street.  You must be a Kewanee resident to use the service, bring a utility bill with your address and form of identification.  Once your identification has been verified, you will be directed to the dumpsters located in the lot.  Your vehicle must be unloadable and be prepared to unload your own vehicle if there aren't enough volunteers at the time to help.  If you have any questions or need assistance, call City Hall at 309-852-2611.

NOLA TRASH TALK
NOLA TRASH TALK #377 5/7/2022 - Jazz Fest main event: Cantrell vs. City Council

NOLA TRASH TALK

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 46:42


Amidst a sizzling hot end to Jazz Fest, we examine all the infighting at City Hall.

Byers & Co. Interviews
The City Hall Insider with Paul Osborne - May 5, 2022

Byers & Co. Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 21:00


May 5, 2022 - Former mayor Paul Osborne joined Byers & Co to talk about polling in the governor's primary race, the impact of Roe vs. Wade on campaigns, and hearing from local candidates. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Daily Article
The Supreme Court news you may have missed

The Daily Article

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 9:09


On Monday, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled in favor of Harold Shurtleff, deeming that the city of Boston discriminated against him because of his "religious viewpoint" for seeking to fly a Christian flag outside of City Hall. On this National Day of Prayer, Dr. Jim Denison discusses Justice Anthony Kennedy's flip on abortion, the way Christians sometimes make idols from prayers, and encourages believers to pray for Americans to know God.  Author: Dr. Jim Denison Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe

The Sharyl Attkisson Podcast
Why San Francisco Declared a State of Emergency in its Tenderloin District

The Sharyl Attkisson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 19:43


Why is an open-air illegal drug market allowed to dominate the neighborhood just steps from a police precinct and City Hall?Subscribe to my two podcasts: “The Sharyl Attkisson Podcast” and “Full Measure After Hours.” Leave a review, subscribe and share with your friends! Support independent journalism by visiting the new Sharyl Attkisson store.Order “Slanted: How the News Media Taught Us to Love Censorship and Hate Journalism” by Sharyl Attkisson at Harper Collins, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books a Million, IndieBound, Bookshop!Visit JustTheNews.com, SharylAttkisson.com and www.FullMeasure.news for original reporting. Do your own research. Make up your own mind. Think for yourself.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Hudson Mohawk Magazine
Art & March to Raise Awareness Around Missing and Murdered Indigenous People

Hudson Mohawk Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 11:03


On Friday May 6th, a Missing and Murdered Indigenous People's Awareness March will take place in Hudson, NY. In preparation for this march, Forge Project partnered with artists Demian DinéYazhi' (Diné) of R.I.S.E. and Korina Emmerich (Puyallup) to host a drop-in protest poster- and banner-making workshop at Art Omi. Sina Basila Hickey spoke with the artists to get more information. These groups and the larger community will be gathering at the Henry Hudson Riverfront Park around 5:30 PM and lead Indigenous activists and allies starting at 6 PM in a march along Warren Street, which will end with remarks at City Hall around 7 PM (about 1 mile). This event takes place on Friday May 6th. May 5th is the National Day of Awareness around #MMIP

In Creative Company
Episode 624: Bobby Moynihan, Mr. Mayor

In Creative Company

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 26:20


Q&A on the series Mr. Mayor with actor Bobby Moynihan. Moderated by Mara Webster, In Creative Company. When retired Los Angeles businessman Neil Bremer decides to run for mayor of his beloved city, he surprises everyone and wins the seat. With great ideas and commitment to the community, he optimistically sets out to get to work shaking up City Hall. However, he quickly discovers navigating politics is not business as usual. There are opinions to be heard, ribbons to be cut and foods to be eaten -- all in support of his fellow citizens. Luckily, he can rely on the know-how of his political-veteran deputy Arpi -- whose savvy and ambition make her equal parts friend and foil -- and the dedication of his offbeat staff to keep him on the right path, as well as some inspiration from his teenage daughter.

The David Pakman Show
5/3/22: SCOTUS Overturning Abortion, MAGA World Rejoices

The David Pakman Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 64:01


--On the Show: --Michael Gambone, Professor of History at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania and author of the forthcoming book "Modern Conspiracies in America: Separating Fact from Fiction," joins David to discuss conspiracy theories, deprogramming people, and much more. Get the book: https://amzn.to/3OMM9Lb --A leaked Supreme Court decision reveals that Roe v Wade and Planned Parenthood v Casey will be overturned thanks to the Trump-appointed justices now on the court --MAGA-world is delighted by the forthcoming overturning of abortion rights thanks to the now leaked Supreme Court decision about Roe v Wade and Planned Parenthood v Casey --The New York Post, a slightly more reliable publication, is now reporting that Russian President Vladimir Putin is very sick, will be having cancer surgery, and turning over power for a period of time --Former Trump Secretary of Defense Mark Esper writes in his new book, "A Sacred Oath," that Donald Trump wanted to have Black Lives Matter protesters shot --Radical Trumpist Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene says on a religious show that women get abortions because Satan whispers into their ears --Donald Trump's Truth Social, despite claiming to be a "free speech platform," has the exact same restrictions as just about every other social media platform --Voicemail caller asks whether interracial marriage and/or gay marriage will be next to fall after the end of abortion rights thanks to the upcoming Supreme Court decision --On the Bonus Show: Campaign season kicks off, SCOTUS says First Amendment violated over Christian flag at City Hall, TX Gov moves Mexico trade to New Mexico, much more...

Nightside With Dan Rea
Boston Flag Flap (9 p.m.)

Nightside With Dan Rea

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 41:12


For the first half of the hour Dan discusses:The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled 9-0 that Boston had violated the free speech rights of Christian group, Camp Constitution when they refused to allow their flag fly at City Hall as part of a program that let private groups use the flagpole while holding an event in the plaza. Camp Constitution Director Harold Shurtleff joins Dan to discuss this big win for free speech.Then, for the second half of the hour Dan dives into his third topic:Biden's “Ministry of Truth”. The Biden Administration has created a Disinformation Governance Board or as some are calling it a “Ministry of Truth”. It is spearheaded by the Department of Homeland Security in an effort to try to counter the spread of false information. The “Ministry's” main focus will be on disinformation coming from Russia and misleading messages about the US/Mexico border. Tonight, your thoughts on the government's new board.

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Rules of Engagement

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 162:03


Today on Boston Public Radio: Rep. Jim McGovern discusses his recent visit to Ukraine and Poland, as well as his meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Rep. McGovern, D-Mass., chairs the House Rules Committee and represents the state's 2nd Congressional District. Michael Curry and Jennifer Nassour share their thoughts on the latest in politics, focusing on the potential for student-loan forgiveness. Curry is chair of the NAACP Advocacy and Policy Committee, and is president and CEO of the Mass League of Community Health Centers. Nassour is former chair of the Massachusetts Republican party, and co-founder and president of the Pocketbook Project, a nonprofit geared toward getting women elected to public office. Trenni Kusnierek talks about 50 years of Title IX, and the Patriots' NFL Draft picks. Kusnierek is a reporter and anchor for NBC Sports Boston, and a weekly Boston Public Radio contributor. Corby Kummer shares his thoughts on the mass avian flu culling of 5.3 million chickens by Rembrandt, an Iowa-based egg factory. He also talks about the ever-expanding world of gummies. Kummer is executive director of the Food and Society policy program at the Aspen Institute, a senior editor at The Atlantic and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. Revs. Irene Monroe and Emmett G. Price III talk about Harvard's creation of a fund to redress its ties to slavery. They also discuss the Supreme Court's ruling that the city of Boston violated the First Amendment rights in refusing to let a local organization fly a Christian flag in front of City Hall. Monroe is a syndicated religion columnist and the Boston voice for Detour's African American Heritage Trail. Price is founding pastor of Community of Love Christian Fellowship in Allston, and the Inaugural Dean of Africana Studies at Berklee College of Music. Together they host the “All Rev'd Up” podcast. Anand Giridharadas discusses Elon Musk's bid to buy Twitter, and weighs in on the last 20 years of U.S. intervention in the context of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Giridharadas is a journalist, the publisher of the newsletter “The.Ink,” and author of "Winners Take All: The Elite Charade Of Changing The World." We wrap up the show by talking with listeners about their texting behaviors, and the texting rules they follow.

CNN Breaking News Alerts
10:57 AM ET: SCOTUS rules against Boston

CNN Breaking News Alerts

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 0:42


Supreme Court says Boston violated First Amendment rights of group seeking to raise a Christian flag outside City Hall. Listen for more details. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Morning Shift Podcast
WBEZ's Weekly News Recap: April 29, 2022

Morning Shift Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 31:53


Parents and teachers protest Chicago Public Schools budget cuts and the head of the Chicago Reader steps down amid employee protests. Reset goes behind the headlines in the Weekly News Recap. GUESTS: Alex Nitkin, City Hall reporter for The Daily Line Patrick Smith, WBEZ criminal justice reporter

Royalty Revolution
The Royalty Revolution Show The Branding

Royalty Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 36:34


This Episode Ukraine Is getting some help from the United States 13.6 billion worth of help to be exact . With Gas still being an issue a Gas station in California Has a malfunctioning pump that continues to pump or run up sales even after the the pumping is done . Gimmick Comedian Find his way into a City Hall meeting and decides to do a rap segment performance , speaking About Putin and Ukraine. Soulja boy has Some words for Pete who's Dating Kim Kardashian Kim Kardashian Talk about Pete who has Some interesting Kim Inspired tattoos that may surprise you . In this Episode its Still March so it is still Woman's Month In a big way And we talk about Hazel Scott a Trinidad-born American jazz and classical pianist, singer, and actor. Boosie is Back at it again with his Wild IG Lives

This Matters
The changing political dynamics of Toronto city hall

This Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 22:32


Guests: David Rider and Jennifer Pagliaro, The Star's City Hall bureau With a municipal election coming in October, change is coming to city hall. While Mayor John Tory will be seeking his third term, it is in the race for council seats where a lot of the action and interest will be. While there are no political parties tied to Toronto's council, there are political factions and the political makeup and dynamics of the inner workings of council will be different after the depature of some left-wing councillors.

Byers & Co. Interviews
The City Hall Insider with Paul Osborne - April 28, 2022

Byers & Co. Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 22:00


April 28, 2022 - Former mayor Paul Osborne joined Byers & Co to talk about the primaries, candidate campaigns, polling, and the Mary Miller - Rodney Davis race. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Greater LA
On the menu: Special K and botox

Greater LA

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 25:39


Ketamine clinics are popping up all over Los Angeles offering to treat depression, anxiety, and other ailments. But are their claims legitimate? Psilocybin or magic mushrooms could be offered as medical treatment in LA in the near future. How is the city preparing for the next psychedelic wave? Wednesday is Denim Day. Advocates are encouraging Angelenos to throw on a jean jacket and head down to City Hall to rally against sexual violence.

Inside INdiana Business
Inside INdiana Business Television Podcast: Weekend of 4/22/22

Inside INdiana Business

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 40:50


We get a workforce and drug pipeline update from Eli Lilly's CEO; a new cutting edge tool for men battling prostate cancer; Fishers brings the arts to City Hall; Trendiana spotlights vegan eateries; a new path forward for John Marshall High School; EmployIndy looks to raise wages in Marion County; the latest on professional esports in Indy; and we look at the week's top stories with our partners at the IBJ and our panel of INsiders.

The WTF California Podcast
A Interview With Antioch Mayor Pro Tem Mike Barbanica

The WTF California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 93:08


On this episode of WTF California Podcast, we interview Antioch Mayor Pro Tem Mike Barbanica. A lot is going on within the City of Antioch and he shares some of his biggest concerns which includes what is happening with the Antioch Police Department. He explains why officers are actually leaving, not the rhetoric as claimed by Mayor Lamar Thorpe. We discuss the lack of information flowing from City Hall to councilmembers and the public. We go over the ridiculous policy of limiting communication to department heads. Why he started doing YouTube Videos. Whether or not he supports the recall and if he has signed the recall. We get into the redistricting fiasco, talk about homeless and overall staffing across the city. Will he run for mayor if the recall moves forward?

Uptown Radio
City Council and Advocates Rally for Safer Streets

Uptown Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 3:35


Advocates, city council members, and community leaders gathered today at City Hall to encourage funding for a plan for more protected bike lanes and bus lanes, and for stricter enforcement of traffic laws. Mayor Adams declined to find the plan in his preliminary 2023 budget. Advocates say the 3.1 billion dollar plan could significantly improve safety on New York streets.

DLWeekly Podcast - Disneyland News and Information
DLW 231: Disneyland with Poetry Author Matt

DLWeekly Podcast - Disneyland News and Information

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 123:55


This week, a new way to get seating for World of Color, non-socially distanced meet and greets return, Toontown updates, Tarzan is moving out of Adventureland, “its a small world” is honored, we talk to Disneyland poet Matt, and more! Please support the show if you can by going to https://www.dlweekly.net/support/. If you want some DLWeekly Swag, you can pick some up at https://www.dlweekly.net/store/. Book your travel through ConciEARS at no extra cost to you! Be sure to mention that you heard about ConciEARS from DLWeekly at booking! DISCOUNTS! If you want some awesome headwear or one of a kind items, be sure to visit our friends over at All Enchanting Ears! You can use the promo code DLWEEKLY10 to get 10% off your order! We have partnered with the Howard Johnson Anaheim Hotel & Water Playground to get great deals for our listeners! Book your stay at the Howard Johnson Anaheim and get 15% off your stay (code 1000022077)! Magic Key Holders get 20% off their stay (code 1000025935) as well! Book now! Need the perfect bag for your days in the parks? Look no further than Designer Park Co.! Purchase the Rope Drop Bag as featured on Episode 222 and get 10% off your purchase! Use coupon code DLWEEKLY to get the discount. News: When World of Color returns this week, there will be a new way to grab a seat to watch it. Disney is rolling out a virtual queue system for guests to use through the Disneyland mobile app to grab a spot for the show. Guests will need to have entered Disney California Adventure on a one-park ticket, or Disneyland on a park hopper ticket to be able to get the reservation in the virtual queue. The virtual queue will open at noon every day the show runs. Guests will receive notifications 45 minutes before the show starts to head to either a blue or yellow gate to enter the seating area. Guests can still walk up to see the show, but reservations are highly recommended. – https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2022/04/dazzling-world-of-color-returns-on-april-22-to-disney-california-adventure-park/ Character meet and greets started up again this week, without Genie+ required like in Walt Disney World. Since January, the Florida parks have offered four different meet and greets as part of the Genie+ service. So, at Disneyland, guests can now get up close to their favorites to get hugs, high fives, and autographs for the first time since the pandemic began in 2020. – https://www.ocregister.com/2022/04/13/disneyland-wont-use-genie-for-character-meet-and-greet-photo-ops/ For those of you who like spoilers, the Disney Parks Blog posted a preview of the Main Street Electrical Parade, along with footage of the new float. Along with the new float for the finale, the drum sign that Mickey rides on has also been updated with “50 Years,” noting the 50th anniversary of the classic parade. The reimagined “To Honor America” float looks great with the new Mary Blair inspired Disney characters and fits right in with the rest of the parade. – https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2022/04/first-look-at-the-new-grand-finale-in-the-main-street-electrical-parade-debuting-april-22-at-disneyland-park/ MiceChat had some eyes in the skies recently that gives us some insight on the progress being made in Mickey's Toontown! We have the article linked in the show notes showing that Chip and Dale's Treehouse has been removed, and all of the paving, along with the two fountains in the land have been removed. The gazebo in front of the City Hall in Toontown has also been taken down. – https://www.micechat.com/319510-disneyland-update-pruning-disneyland-treehouses/ Tarzan's Treehouse has been under scrims since last September when it abruptly closed to guests. Disney had not addressed why this was, until this week. The current plan for the attraction, which has stood in Adventureland since 1962, is to remove the entrance to the attraction which blocks guest flow, and to eventually re-theme it to something else. MiceChat speculated one of the options would be back to the Swiss Family Robinson since Disney+ was working on a series based on the classic, but our sources say that series has been put on hold for now. Another option is theming it to Encanto. We will keep you updated when we have more solid information on what it will transform into. – https://www.ocregister.com/2022/04/18/disneyland-to-give-tarzans-treehouse-a-new-theme/ One of the most iconic songs from the Disney Parks has been inducted into the Library of Congress. “it's a small world” was first heard on the attraction at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair. The fair had the theme of “Peace Through Understanding,” which fits right in with the attraction that was moved to Disneyland after the fair ended. The song was one of 25 recordings “worthy of preservation for all time based on their cultural, historical or aesthetic importance in the nation's recorded sound heritage.” – https://www.ocregister.com/2022/04/14/disneylands-iconic-its-a-small-world-song-inducted-into-library-of-congress-music-registry/ The Magic Key Terrace continues its transformation slowly. New chandeliers and lighting has been installed, along with faux stained glass, a new fountain, wrought-iron fixtures, and more. The theme is highly inspired by peacocks for the interior, covered portion, and by cats on the exterior portion. Overall, this is a nice improvement to the area and makes it feel more welcoming. – https://www.micechat.com/319510-disneyland-update-pruning-disneyland-treehouses/ Scaffolding has come down from around Stage 12 in the Hollywood Pictures Backlot area of Disney California Adventure. The building has been repainted and a meet and greet for Goofy has been placed here for the Food and Wine Festival. This was the area where Captain Marvel's airplane and meet and greet was previously located. – https://www.micechat.com/319510-disneyland-update-pruning-disneyland-treehouses/ Fans of Disney Pixar's Turning Red have a lot of merchandise options around the parks. Some of the items that are available include a Turning Red Minnie Ear set, some amazingly comfy looking slippers, plushes and more. Some of the most popular items like the 4*Town band shirts have sold out, but will hopefully return in the future. – https://www.micechat.com/319350-disneyland-merchandise-update-stitch-toys/ When Disneyland closed in 2020, the Disney Parks YouTube channel posted a video of the Magic Happens parade. This week, Disney has removed that video from their channel, with no explanation of why. – https://dlnewstoday.com/2022/04/disney-removes-official-video-of-magic-happens-parade-at-disneyland-from-youtube/ Discussion Topic: Nebraska State Poet and Disneyland Fan Matt Mason At The Corner of Fantasy and Main: Disneyland, Midlife, and Churros – https://theoldmillpress.com/at-the-corner-of-fantasy-and-main.html Blog – http://matt.midverse.com/ Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/NeSP3

Midday
Curbing Baltimore's gun violence epidemic: two new strategies

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 37:19


Today on Midday, a conversation about public safety and strategies for ending the gun violence that plagues so many Baltimore neighborhoods. Tom's first guest is Maryland Delegate Chanel Branch. She is a Democrat. In 2020, she was appointed as one of three delegates to represent Baltimore City in District 45, replacing Cheryl Glenn, who went to jail when she was convicted on corruption charges. Del. Branch served alongside her father, House Majority Whip Talmadge Branch, who was first elected in 1995. On Friday, Talmadge Branch announced he will not seek re-election. Chanel Branch is running to retain her seat, as is the other incumbent, Del. Stephanie Smith. Other challengers in the 45th district include Jackie Addison, George Johnson and Caylin Young. We've invited Del. Branch to the show today to talk about a bill she introduced (HB 1430)during the 2022 session establishing Gun Courts. The Delegate has personal experience with the tragedy of gun violence. Her son, Tyrone Ray, was murdered in 2017. Del. Chanel Branch join us on Zoom… Then, Tom speaks with Shantay Jackson, the head of the Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement (MONSE), about the city's new efforts to create a Community Violence InterventionEcosystem in Baltimore. Shantay Jackson joins us on Zoom from her office in City Hall. Join us… See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Podcasts by Larry Lannan
Fadness & Hultgren On New City Hall

Podcasts by Larry Lannan

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 31:21


It has been months since a group of experts went behind closed doors and began to put together plans for a new Fishers City Hall and Arts complex. Mayor Scott Fadness & Deputy Mayor Elliott Hultgren join the podcast to talk about the project.

City Cast Chicago
'You Want Harold, You Got Him': How Harold Washington Beat the Machine

City Cast Chicago

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 20:23


Friday, April 15, would have been Harold Washington's 100th birthday, and centennial celebrations continue this week. More than 30 years after his death, Chicago's first Black mayor is still lauded as the leader who rocked the Democratic machine that had reigned supreme at City Hall. In addition to galvanizing Black voters in 1983, he built a coalition of Latinx, LGBTQ, and progressive white Chicagoans. Journalist Laura Washington (no relation) worked in Mayor Washington's office. She tells Jacoby what made the former mayor so magnetic, unifying, and special. We also look ahead as candidates, including incumbent Lori Lightfoot, gear up for another mayoral campaign to see what Washington's legacy can tell us about today. Follow us on Twitter: @CityCastChicago Sign up for our newsletter: chicago.citycast.fm Call or Text Us: (773) 780-0246 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Civic
What's New & What's Next for 4/18/22

Civic

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 6:50


NEW Another top city administrator resigns over dubious ethical conduct; a judge resurrects a lawsuit alleging ties between the mayor and a City Hall corruption scandal; school district deputy superintendent to resign over major payroll snafu; SF's Ukrainian diaspora is angry and anxious; Ukrainian refugees coming to the Bay Area need homes. NEXT SF Election Commission will not remove redistricting task force members; ex-planning commissioner retaliation lawsuit settles for $1.8M; demolishing the private Kearney Street pedestrian bridge; a hearing on shelter access for unhoused BIPOC and pregnant residents; and new adult sex venue zoning in historically LGBTQ neighborhoods.

Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand
Remembering Chicago's first Black Mayor, Harold Washington, on his 100th birthday

Chicago's Afternoon News with Steve Bertrand

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022


Roger Badesch, former WGN Radio News anchor and City Hall worker, joins Lisa Dent on Chicago’s Afternoon News to talk about the life and legacy of Chicago’s first Black Mayor, Harold Washington, who would’ve been 100 years old today. Follow Your Favorite Chicago’s Afternoon News Personalities on Twitter:Follow @LisaDentSpeaksFollow @SteveBertrand Follow @kpowell720 Follow @maryvandeveldeFollow @LaurenLapka

Ray Appleton
Hour 2 - Outgoing Sherriff Margarette Mimms, Supervisor Steve Brandau And Brandon Weimiller President Of FPOA Join Ray In The Studio . Russia Loses Warship. Zombie' Snake Emerging Across U.S

Ray Appleton

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 35:47


Sherriff Mimms, Steve Brandau and via the phone FPOA  President Brandon Weimiller all show up on the Ray Appleton show to show their support for Carey Catelano who is running for City Council District 1. In relation, also discussed is their thoughts on concerns of divisiveness at City Hall, crime concerns throughout the city, and defunding the police, amongst other topics. Russia's Defense Ministry promised Friday to ramp up missile attacks on the Ukrainian capital in response to Ukraine's alleged aggression on Russian territory, an ominous warning that followed Moscow's stinging symbolic loss of its navy's flagship in the Black Sea. It's that time of year again when snakes begin emerging from their winter sleep. But did you know that there is a ‘Zombie' snake that's emerging across the United States as well?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Marc Cox Morning Show
St. Louis doesn't belong to the Board of Alderman

The Marc Cox Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 12:25


There is a Special Election on Tuesday, April 19 in the City of St. Louis.  Taunia Allen Mason is a Republican candidate for Alderwoman of the 28th Ward. “St. Louis doesn't belong to the Board of Alderman; it doesn't belong to City Hall. St. Louis belongs to her people,” says Mason. © 2022 KFTK (Audacy). All rights reserved. | iStock / Getty Images Plus  

The Crisis Cast
Raymond Lopez - Neighbors in Peril

The Crisis Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 36:12


Raymond Lopez was born to serve his neighbors.  That passion turned real, when he became a Chicago precinct captain at age 18. Now, as the city's 15th Ward alderman, Lopez is so fed up with crime in his hometown he wants to be Mayor.  In this episode, Alderman Lopez tells Lissa & Thom exactly what ignited his frustrations -- and what's going wrong at City Hall.

Civic
What's New & What's Next for 4/11/22

Civic

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2022 7:41


NEW Another top city administrator resigns over dubious ethical conduct; a judge resurrects a lawsuit alleging ties between the mayor and a City Hall corruption scandal; school district deputy superintendent to resign over major payroll snafu; SF's Ukrainian diaspora is angry and anxious; Ukrainian refugees coming to the Bay Area need homes. NEXT SF Election Commission will not remove redistricting task force members; ex-planning commissioner retaliation lawsuit settles for $1.8M; demolishing the private Kearney Street pedestrian bridge; a hearing on shelter access for unhoused BIPOC and pregnant residents; and new adult sex venue zoning in historically LGBTQ neighborhoods.

The LA Report
Software glitch causes City of L.A. to owe money to hundreds of childcare facilities. Plus: LAUSD early education, City Hall reopening, and more – The P.M. Edition

The LA Report

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 5:36


What's happening today: City of L.A. owes money to childcare facilities due to software glitch; LAUSD adding 6,000 extra spaces to early education centers and TK; L.A. City Hall to reopen to public on May 4; Ukrainian refugees hope for asylum at U.S.-Mexico border; Angels kick off Opening Day in Anaheim against the Astros. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.   Support the show: https://laist.com

An Honorable Profession
Malia Cohen Promotes Smart Investments in California

An Honorable Profession

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 31:03


  Today on the show, host and NewDEAL CEO Debbie Cox Bultan talks with Malia Cohen, a Chair on the Board of Equalization of California. They talk about what the California State Board of Equalization does, what her role as the chair of this Board entails, and the large purview of the Board. With the amount of money being brought into California annually by the California Board of Equalization, California's economy could be considered the 6th largest globally. Through their decisions, board seatings, and investments, the Chairs and Controller determine what is done with this money. Looking ahead to more ways to serve, she has now entered into the Controller race to interact with crucial industries, become the deciding vote on the Board, and control fiduciary responsibility to help California grow for all. Malia looks back at her work as the President of the San Francisco Police Commission, where she played a pivotal role in improving law enforcement policies, and the Board of California Public Employees Retirement Systems (CalPERS), where she helped divest retirement funds from fossil fuels. Highlighting her leadership approach and how the golden thread that ties all of these positions together is Malia's deep drive to effect positive change in the communities she serves. She credits a lot of this to a memorable field trip to City Hall that inspired her to work there when she got older. Stay tuned to the end of the episode to hear about a San Francisco favorite of her's that serves some refreshing Margaritas just in time for spring!

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST
Europe ‘72: Empire Pool & Newcastle City Hall

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 129:03


Board the red-eye to London & storm England with the Dead as they open their Europe ‘72 tour, featuring family members, legendary jams, British Dead freaks, letters home from Pigpen, a trip to/at Stonehenge, Bozos, Bolos, & the birth of Hypnocracy.GUESTS: Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay, Sam Cutler, Steve Parish, Mountain Girl, Bob Matthews, Alan Trist, Ben Haller, John Morris, Allan Arkush, Janet Furman, David Lemieux, Graeme Boone, Jim Sullivan, Ken Hunt, Bob White, Chris Jones, Adam Gotley, Bob Hearne, Bill Giles, Richard ParkinsonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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The Mincing Rascals
The Mincing Rascals 4.6.22: Ald. Lopez running for mayor, Chicago casino bids, and statewide stimulus checks

The Mincing Rascals

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022


The Mincing Rascals are John Williams of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn of The Picayune Sentinel and The Daily Herald, veteran journalist and communications consultant Kristen McQueary, and the Dean of City Hall, legendary reporter Bill Cameron! Today, the Rascals mince about a variety of topics including Alderman Ray Lopez announcing a run for Chicago mayor, who might also toss […]

Modern Love
A Couple Walks Into City Hall

Modern Love

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 16:15


It's 2022, the year of matrimania. Roughly 2.5 million weddings are expected (a bump not seen since 1984), and other trends are wildly taking off — ceremonies for pets, weddings on weekdays, a revival of epic poofy dresses.While the business of nuptials is evolving, we revisit Pauline Miller's essay from 2017 about one tried-and-true approach: tying the knot at City Hall (a decision fueled by Pauline's desperate need for health care). Then, our host, Anna Martin, and producer Julia Botero take to City Hall in downtown Manhattan to see it for themselves. They talk to a swirl of people getting married — from a duo who met on Myspace to a divorced couple giving it another go. They also get the scoop on the most unforgettable wedding ever witnessed by the city clerk.

The Brian Lehrer Show
The News From City Hall, and Albany

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 43:43


Politico New York City Hall bureau chief Sally Goldenberg and City Hall reporter Joe Anuta talk about the latest news from the Adams administration, including the mayor's somewhat rocky relationship with the press so far, and more city news. Plus, Bill Mahoney, a reporter at Politico New York's Albany bureau, shares the latest on the state budget negotiations.

POLITICO Dispatch
NYC mayor Eric Adams takes on the 'gotcha' press

POLITICO Dispatch

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 12:28


In a copy of a Zoom recording provided to POLITICO, New York City Mayor Eric Adams instructed administration staff that every single communication from a city agency, down to notices about cherry blossoms in bloom, must be approved by City Hall — warning that anyone violating his “discipline of message” would be fired. Julia Marsh reports.

The John Batchelor Show
Russell Shorto, Smalltime: A Story of My Family and the Mob. #Unbound: the complete, forty-minute interview, April 22, 2021.

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022 39:30


Photo:  Living room at "the Hideout," the Northwoods retreat of Chicago gangster Al Capone during Prohibition, Couderay, Wisconsin @Batchelorshow Russell Shorto #Unbound: the complete, forty-minute interview, April 22, 2021. Smalltime: A Story of My Family and the Mob. Hardcover – February 2, 2021, by Russell Shorto   (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Smalltime-Story-My-Family-Mob/dp/0393245586/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= Family secrets emerge as a best-selling author dives into the history of the mob in small-town America. The best-selling author Russell Shorto, praised for his incisive works of narrative history, never thought to write about his own past. He grew up knowing his grandfather and namesake was a small-town mob boss but maintained an unspoken family vow of silence. Then an elderly relative prodded: You're a writer―what are you gonna do about the story? Smalltime is a mob story straight out of central casting―but with a difference, for the small-town mob, which stretched from Schenectady to Fresno, is a mostly unknown world. The location is the brawny postwar factory town of Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The setting is City Cigar, a storefront next to City Hall, behind which Russ and his brother-in-law, “Little Joe,” operate a gambling empire and effectively run the town. Smalltime is a riveting American immigrant story that travels back to Risorgimento Sicily, to the ancient, dusty, hill-town home of Antonino Sciotto, the author's great-grandfather, who leaves his wife and children in grinding poverty for a new life―and wife―in a Pennsylvania mining town. It's a tale of Italian Americans living in squalor and prejudice, and of the rise of Russ, who, like thousands of other young men, created a copy of the American establishment that excluded him. Smalltime draws an intimate portrait of a mobster and his wife, sudden riches, and the toll a lawless life takes on one family. But Smalltime is something more. The author enlists his ailing father―Tony, the mobster's son―as his partner in the search for their troubled patriarch. As secrets are revealed and Tony's health deteriorates, the book becomes an urgent and intimate exploration of three generations of the American immigrant experience. Moving, wryly funny, and richly detailed, Smalltime is an irresistible memoir by a masterful writer of historical narrative. 8 black-and-white illustrations .