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Trip Sisters – Episode 12 (08-18-18) – Foodcation

Sisters Colleen Kelly & Catie Keogh talk about their top food related resort getaways and how to expand the palate of your picky eaters. Also in today’s show celebrity restaurateur and chef Jeremy Fall, seen on Food Network, Bravo, CBS and many more joins the show and the Trip Sisters talk tips on researching a destination’s local cuisine and food culture.

Mom Battling Breast Cancer Says She Was ‘Violated and Humiliated’ During TSA Search at LAX 

John and Ray discuss a media personality with breast cancer who took issue with a TSA pat down

John and Ray talk about Denise Albert’s claim that TSA inappropriately patting her down because she suffers from breast cancer and can’t go through a full body scan.


The full story from KTLA here:


“I always let them know I have a medical port and that I am wearing a wig,” says Albert, who is also a frequent guest on WPIX’s morning show.

Source: Mom Battling Breast Cancer Says She Was ‘Violated and Humiliated’ During TSA Search at LAX | KTLA

Actually, Many ‘Inner Cities’ Are Doing Great 

To hear Donald J. Trump tell it, America’s “inner cities” are on fire. They’re “a disaster education-wise, jobwise, safety-wise, in every way possible,” he declared in this week’s presidential debate.

“You walk down the street,” Mr. Trump said in his first debate with Hillary Clinton, “you get shot.”

It often sounds as if he is describing the Bronx in the 1970s, and not American cities like New York and Washington, D.C., that today surround his own real estate projects.

But that’s the power of this perception. The phrase “inner city” is often used to suggest that the historical image and the modern place are one and the same — or even that the “inner city” is still a meaningfully identifiable place at all, with clearly implied demographics (black, poor) and connotations (violence, decay). It still invokes the particular context when the phrase became popular in the 1960s and ’70s.

Read more from the New York Times’ article here – Actually, Many ‘Inner Cities’ Are Doing Great – The New York Times

Tuesday: Chicago White Sox 5, L.A. Angels 0

By Mike Cranston, AP

(CHICAGO) Mat Latos didn’t allow a hit until the fifth inning, Todd Frazier and Jose Abreu hit solo home runs and the Chicago White Sox beat the Los Angeles Angels 5-0 on Tuesday night to snap a three-game losing streak. Latos allowed two hits over 6 1/3 innings and lowered his ERA to 0.49 through three starts. Frazier went deep to left in the second and Abreu homered to center in the fifth off fastballs by Matt Shoemaker in the Angels’ fourth loss in five games.

Source: Associated Press, 2016