“I think there’s a lot of big moments and I celebrate the small victories,” said Trejo. “All of the big victories are when you figure something out. All the way from the beginning when you figure out how to take the microphone out of the stand and put it behind you. You never quite attain being comfortable. I’ve been able to do comedy this long and make a living and provide for my parents. I’ve been fortunate that a lot of great comedians have taken me under their wing. Pauley Shore, who I met at The Comedy Store and Russell Peters, who I met when I parked his car at The Comedy Store. The list is long. It takes a village to raise a comedian. They inspire me to be in the position that they are and pay it forward.” … [Read more...] about ‘I Hope It Resonates With People’: Jesus Trejo On Showtime Comedy Special ‘Stay At Home Son’
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Be respectful when you talk to white folks. That didn't seem to help Christian Cooper, the Ivy League-educated black man who was bird-watching in New York's Central Park last weekend when a white woman threatened to call police on him after he confronted her about not leashing her dog. In video Cooper shot that shows part of their encounter, he seems calm and polite. … [Read more...] about George Floyd. Ahmaud Arbery. Breonna Taylor. What can black parents possibly tell their kids now about staying safe?
Kick your summer fitness plans into high gear with the Step Up and Stay Fit Challenge from Shakopee Parks and Recreation. Participants will receive a challenge log, which they can use to track their steps throughout the month of June, with the goal of achieving 200,000 steps. … [Read more...] about Stay Fit Challenge Begins June 1 In City Of Shakopee
I also encourage residents who are able to support Plymouth restaurants. Visit the Restaurant Takeout and Delivery Links webpage to find a list of restaurants offering delivery, takeout or curbside pickup. Now more than ever, our businesses are relying on loyal customers and support from the community. … [Read more...] about Plymouth Mayor Wosje Extends Stay Home Order Until May 18
Additionally, it has been a point of great pride to see Plymouth's many med-tech and med-tech support companies continue to play an important role in the pandemic response. The innovation and ingenuity of Plymouth's business community has been on full display. … [Read more...] about Stay Home Order Extended Until May 18 In Plymouth