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rio. >> the heat and humidity is here, but we're tracking strong storms for later today. let's get to the accuweather forecast with meteorologist chris sowers. >> reporter: all right, guys we're starting to see the showers and thunderstorms develop now. we'll flit it over to double scan live. we'll set it into motion if you look toward the center of the screen east of washington, d.c. and baltimore, pushing off to the northeast, and pushing over the mason dixon line. the western suburbs will see activity shortly. let's zoom into lancaster county, route 272, 22, getting into kirkwood. note the lightning counter on the left. we're not picking up cloud to ground lightning strikes. we're not seeing thunderstorms is of yet, that is expected to change as the day wears on. feels like 95 in philadelphia,
millville and dover. 91 in cape may. sunshine fading behind increasing clouds. if you're down the jersey shore, the clouds are holding off, the storm threat is not until after 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m. everyone else after 1 or 2:00 p.m. the air behind this front is the coldest we've seen in 3 weeks. you'll be able to open the windows and turn off the air-conditioning and just a change. when i come back i'll show you the numbers in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. gray. >> they are excited to see you chris. go to storm tracker 6 storm trar >> police are looking for a man
who shot a man and injured a 5-year-old girl. trish hartman has more. >> reporter: police have identified the shooter and an arrest warrant has been issued. they will release the man and photo within the hour. the neighbors knew the man who was shot and they were saddened. >> next thing i know, i seen flashing lights. my daughter was down there, they ran into a lady's house. they were scared. >> this man's 9-year-old daughter was playing on on federal street when the gunshots wrack -- rang out. 24-year-old man who neighbors say live at the home with his mother was shot in the head and killed outside. police carefully searched the area and talked with neighbors just after it happened looking for a gunman who fled on foot.
today, police were stationed at the corner grocery store keeping an eye on the neighborhood. folks who live here who knew the victim, couldn't believe it. >> my cousin called me on the phone, i've been knowing him since he it was a baby, since she had him, he wasn't a bad kid. >> reporter: police have identified the shooter, the man is on the loose. police added they were able to piece things together quickly with help from the community on the street. the little girl who was injured in all this, has been treated and released. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> thank you so much for the purpose of the update. time 12:04. a house that was recently sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars and undergoing renovations went up in flames in montgomery county. a passer by spotted the fire on 900 block of summit avenue in
penn's alley. there's no word object what caused the -- on what caused the fire. nobody was hurt, but the house is a total loss. the search continues for a driver of a an suv who ran away after a crash in wilmington, delaware. the suv collided with the carat pennsylvania avenue and broom street at 5:30 a.m. the driver of the car was trapped in that wreckage for nearly half an hour before crews were able to free him. he was critically injured and taken to christiana hospital. a man was shot 6 times in philadelphia's cedar brook section. right now he is recovering in the hospital. the shooting happened around 1:00 a.m. at the intersection of mansfield street and east vernon road. so far no arrests have been made. >> now to the latest on the controversy surrounding ryan lochte. the ceo of the u.s. olympics
said further action was coming against lochte and his teammates. this as lochte apologized and exag rated -- exaggerated his story in rio. >> reporter: ryan lochte is telling the real truth, offering a long list of apologies. >> brazil doesn't deserve that. >> reporter: he said he is taking full responsibility for the event that led to the confrontation in the infamous gas station video in which you can see him pulling down the poster. police immediately suspected the swimmers were lying. with lochte back in the u.s. they hauled the other swimmers involve for questioning. hours after the incident last sunday morning, he told nbc he cocked it and put it toward my
for the record. now he admits he was drunk. >> it was hours after i was still intoxicated, i was under the influence, i over-exaggerated that part, the gun was drawn, but not at my forward, toward ply general direction as you can see in the surveillance that's when my hands went up. after days of silent solidarity with gunnar benz and jack conger issuing apologies. writing -- rapid escalation, bentz the youngest member of the group putting the blame on lochte. ryan stood up yelling at the
guards. we attempted to get him to sit back down. a good samaritan used limited english to translate and calm tension. he said the swimmers were offering cash to the guards so they wouldn't call police. , it it was bentz who offered money. >> lochte seems to hold on to their story that they were extorted, maybe that's a bit of an over-exaggeration. while he is unlikely to be prosecuted here, it is likely he could lose endorsement and face suspension by the u.s. and olympic commit. matt gutman, rio. >> shoppers in our area can buy
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hearse castle. president obama gets a firsthand look at the louisiana flood zone on tuesday and aid is ramping up for the biggest natural disaster since super-storm sandy. tied laundry on wheels is washing clothes for thousands for free. >> let's get you calling up on the forecast -- caught up on the forecast. >> reporter: let's get you outside and show you the view as we look back toward the center city skyline there, you can see the clouds starting to build. we have showers and downpours that are starting to approach the area, as well. jersey shore, you are still crystal clear, beautiful down there right now. it's turning out to be a gorgeous day along the water. you can see how close some of the activity is now. some of the drenching downpours are getting awful close to the state of delaware. here's wilmington and middle town and dover. all this is pushing off to the northeast.
it's not moving in this direction. it's moving off like this. it will be these areas up through here that will see the downpours in the next half-hour or 45 minutes or so. that whole system slides east everybody gets into the act after 1:00 p.m., or 2:00 p.m. dewpoint down to 67. it's better than this morning, but some areas in the 70s. pressure is holding steady. the wind are picking up out of the south at 15 miles per hour. very sticky to the south and to the west. swat better to the north, here's the scale, 65 and humid. 70s are awful. this is where all the moisture is coming from, the winds are out of the south/southeast all that humidity is coming off the delaware bay and the atlantic ocean. we have heat indices up in the 90s. dover feels like 95. feels like 90 in wilmington. 90 in philadelphia. 90 for millville. 93 in atlantic city and upper 80s off to the northwest.
here's satellite and radar the cloud line is pretty much hugging the delaware river all areas to the west clouding over with the showers and thunderstorms approaching. most of south jersey you're in the clear. bright blue skies from cape may into seaside heights and point pleasant beach. it's a nice day down the shore. you can see where the line is. it will march to the east as the day wears on. 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., heavy drenching downpours for the i-95 corridor. pushing toward the coastline 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. eventually out to sea by 9:00 p.m., 10:00 p.m. that's when the front pushes through and sweeps the humidity out to sea. it will feel better as we get into monday and tuesday. what to expect, remainder of the afternoon, heavy afternoon thunderstorms will develop. we're seeing them pop up now. they will be sweeping through west to east. 4:00 p.m., far western suburbs, 10:00 p.m., jersey shore.
powerful winds, 65 miles per hour and the drenching downpours a good bet as well. kind of thunderstorms you pick up an inch or two in a half-hour or 45 minute time frame. a gully washer. 88 degrees with the humidity mid 90s. trenton, 85. cape may, atlantic city, 84. more specifically on the sand the ocean temperature, 77. there is a moderate risk for rip currents, you want to be careful out there, if you're facing the water if you're soaking in the sun look toward your back, because the skies will turn darker. humid sun fading behind increasing clouds. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 88 degrees today, the cold front comes in here this evening, refreshing changes arrive tomorrow. 83. mostly sunny and breezy. 82 tuesday, more sunshine and pleasant, wednesday, 87. we start to heat up again next week, friday and saturday, 92.
there's the possibility of severe weather later on. keep an eye to the sky. >> can we do the happy daniels for early next week. >> reporter: you want me to do it? >> no, can we do it? [laughter]. cleanup is beginning after a tornado slams parts of the midwest causing extensive damage across about 20 miles. >> it's right there. >> i know. >> it's going right in the field in front of us. tornado on the ground! >> those were storm chasers in grand rapids, michigan as the tornado touched down yesterday. it flipped over cars and homes had their roofs ripped off. there were no serious injuries reported. thousands are without electricity after the lines were torn down.
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so glad you stayed with us, on sunday, 12:19. wouldn't you like to be there, cape may, new jersey. meteorologist chris sowers says prepare for showers today. the storms will be strong. next week prepare for the cool down. in health check at noon, the zika virus may have more of an impact on adults than previously thought. a new study shows it can attack brain cells that involve memory. it may be impacting millions of adults who have been infected with the virus. the findings are the first that look at whether they can attack the same kind of cells in adults as the fetus. it is linked to a birth defect that causes a small head in
babies. a theater company in philadelphia is bringing broadway to penns landing and giving back to the community like never before. karen rogers has more in 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: cloak and dagger theater company was formed with the hopes of donating to the charities through the arts. cloak and dagger was founded in march 2016 by a group of theater enthusiasts their unique mission serves to benefit many charities through one of kind production. >> more than 80% of the proceeds will go to the charities like mana and alex's lemonade stand. the performances can earn them up to $15,000 per show. >> it's going to be the quality of the shows you see downtown. >> reporter: show tunes is currently running now through
august 28. the proceeds will benefit women against abuse. >> show tunes is all of the music and dolly. >> reporter: a veelt at -- evita tells the story of the life of eva parone. >> a show with high level dance and energy. it's an opportunity to give somebody a meal or surgery. >> reporter: evita september 22 to october 2. we posted the link at 6abc.com/loves the arts. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. >> and there's still much more to come on "action news."
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and as of now, i'd have to say no. the house. john travolta busted a move at the rain delay at the dodgers game this weekend. night fever the smash hit from saturday night fever was playing. >> still has skills. >> phillies hoping to win the series against the cardinals today. eagles receiver recovering from injuries. >> reporter: when you think of the phillies you don't think of them as a power hitting home run
team, but that image may change. since the beginning of july, the phillies have hit the most homers in the league at tomorrow including two more last night. the fanatic a big hit at the park. second pitch of the game, get out of town, hernandez first lead off homer of his career. phils up 1. 5 inning tied up until franco's 2-out rbi single. puppy doesn't look too excited. maybe this will perk him up. phillies have hit homers in 14 straight games, it's the longest streak in 3-plus years. phils up two. jeremy heller son back, 8 strike outs allows two runs, phillies beat the cardinals 4-2. they are in position for a
series win over the cardinals for the first time in two years. >> a lot of energy in the crowd tonight it was fun, fun to win, it was deja vu in the 9th inning. it turned out a little differently, so great night for us. >> will the eagles have their number one receiver when they kick off their regular season in three weeks. jordan matthews says for sure. a knee injury kept him out of the first two preseason games. flyers coach checking out the eagles like carson wentz who continues to throw lightly as he works back from broken ribs. catching the coach's eye, paul turner, the undrafted free agent leads the team in two. >> paul turner has caught our
eye in the last a couple of weeks. he's doing a nice job there. >> play man, have fun doing it, that's been my primary focus, that's what they were trying to express go out and play fast and have fun. >> how did jim curtin try to keep his team humble after winning 4-0 last saturday. he said don't feel too good about yourself that's when you get punched in the face. union trying to avoid getting punched in the face 1-0. tieing it at 1, minutes later, oh, no, toronto strikes back, an draw blake allows 3 first half goals. union lose 3-1. they have not won back-to-back mls matches in five months. today a chance to get back into a tie of second place it didn't happen. that's sports, i'm jeff
skeverski have a good day. >> we have the latest from the campaign trail coming up in the next half-hour of "action news" at noon. >> story of survival for life that has just begun. we'll tell you about the incredible rescue of a toddler trapped underneath a boat. >> shopping for a kid off to college or maybe you're cleaning out your own linen closet, we're talking towels. those stories and more when "action news" continues.
>> happening right now on "action news," disturbing details about a deadly bombing at a we go reception in turkey. the attacker was a child. >> it was a remarkable outcome. >> remarkable indeed, it's a girl is live after being trapped in the water underneath a both. >> get ready for the rain we're tracking strong storms today. let's get you ready for the accuweather forecast. outside we go, windy out there, chris. >> reporter: thank goodness for the breeze, it feels okay this afternoon. it's warm and sticky, we have showers out to the west, but with the breeze it's a little more bearable around the delaware and lehigh valleys. double scan live we've set it in motion for you, you can see the broken line from southern chester and lancaster counties, east of baltimore, and washington, d.c. a heavier line developing from
harrisburg to the mason dixon line. both lines should be pushing through in the next couple of hours. let's make a zoom into southern chester and lancaster county. oxford, heavy rains falling indicated by the reds and oranges along route 1. also some more shower activity up towards coatsville heading into honeybrook and more heavier downpours south of the mason dixon line west of newark and getting ready to push into new castle county and delaware. east of the delaware river this is the scene in atlantic city. lots of sunshine being reported for the shorepoints. it's a gorgeous afternoon. what a summer it's been for the shorepoints. every single weekend it's been lovely. this week no exception, warm temperatures and lots of sunshine. you can see the folks are enjoying themselves. you have several hours to go before the storms head in your direction. jersey shore, sticky, 84 degrees, with the humidity it will feel closer to 90. the thunderstorm threat is late
in the day after 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m. the city of philadelphia, 1 or 2:00 p.m. 88 degrees feeling like the mid 90s with the humidity. the poconos you're seeing showers and thunderstorms now, very humid, 785 degrees. with the humidity -- 75 degrees, feeling like 80. in philadelphia, 88 today, with a feels like temperature of 93. 82 tomorrow, with a feels like temperature of 81. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll time out the showers and thunderstorms on future tracker 6 and i will have the seven-day forecast. guys? >> we are learning new information today about a shooting in new jersey that killed a man. >> trish hartman is live outside the burlington police station, trish, what are police telling you about this? >> reporter: police have identified the suspect and a warrant has been issued for his arrest.
take a look at the photo just into our newsroom from burlington city police. this is 26-year-old samuel james, this is the gunman who fled on foot after the deadly shooting last night that also injured a five-year-old girl. now, police are looking for samuel james, they say he is known to investigators and they are looking for information. they were able to compile about what happened and identified the suspect based on on tips from the community. a look at the video burlington police station at a grocery store near the scene keeping an eye on the neighborhood it happened at 6:45 on federal street. the 24-year-old victim identified by police byron turner was standing outside a house that he shared with his mother. he was shot in the head and killed. a 5-year-old girl suffered non-life threatening injuries in the middle of all this. police say she was not shot, but
injured trying to run from the scene. police searched the area talking with neighbors after it happened. looking for the gunman. parents on the block say a group of children were playing near the house when the shooting happened and ran inside when the gunshots rang out. >> they will be staying right here in my backyard. they are not walking around, come on, you're playing and that happens, no, i got to keep them close to home so i can keep an eye on them. >> reporter: releasing the name of samuel james, if you have any information on him, contact burlington police, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> philadelphia police have a person in custody as they continue to investigate a murder on north broad street and tie okay ga. the victim -- tioga.
the identify was identified as a man sniz -- in his 30s. day two for the appeals hearing for jerry sandusky is scheduled to happen tomorrow. he is pushing for a new trial saying the defense attorneys did not provide an adequate defense. he claims he is innocent. he took the stands for the first time day one of the appeals hearing back on august 1. >> president of turkey said the suicide bomber who killed are 51 people at a wedding row reception was a child. he was between the ages of 12 and 14. yesterday's attack targeted a kurdish wedding party in the southeastern portion of the country. the president blamed isis. the country has seen a number of attacks in recent months as well as a failed military coup. >> reporter: a little girl in florida was trapped underneath
an overturned boat for over an hour in the pitch dark. >> i'm in the river, my boat crashed and i have a baby in the water, please god, send someone now. >> reporter: deep relief following an hour of terror in the dark waters of florida's indian river searching for a toddler who disappeared when the family boat capsized. >> she's got a baby in the water. >> reporter: the boat flipped upside down. tammy and her husband and youngest daughter escaping, her only sign of kennedy, her cries. for 13 long minutes tammy's husband and a friend looked for the child. fire and rescue trucks sheriffs
and deputy and police racing to the shoreline. >> baby in the boat, boat is upside down. officers leap into the river with 30 minutes gone. with every passing second rescuer began losing hopefully'. >> we were just getting ready to leave and we heard a light cry. 44 minutes after little kennedy was plunged in the waters, they found her floating in the life vest under the boat tucked inside an air pocket. >> it was a remarkable could you come. >> reporter: a remarkable outcome leading to emotional reunion. >> thank you for saving my baby and saving our world, i can't imagine, i can't imagine. >> reporter: kennedy is in
pediatric intensive care and is a wake and doing well and hopes to be released soon. >> a miracle indeed. the presidential campaign donald trump continues to court voters and draw criticism for his approach. he met with his hispanic advisory council to find ways to appeal to hispanic voters. in virginia he spoke to african-american voters admitting the republican party has to reach them. >> the gop is the party of abraham lincoln. and i want our party to be the home of the african-american voter once again. >> [cheers and applause]. i want a totally inclusive country. >> trump is taking heat for comments friday that african
americans have quote nothing to lose by voting for them. communicate leaders say it shows his ignorance.>> hillary clintn martha's vineyard fundraiser. it will have star power, singer cher will attend. clinton clinton is out raising trump by attracting the mega donors. >> it took almost 3 years, but this world war ii veteran has made history by running across the country, don't go away, you'll hear his incredible story straight ahead. >> taking live look at skype --
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93-year-old ernie andress has run across the u.s., three years after starting his quest in california. he said he loves running and decided to use it to honor fell vets. he is raising money to send lst325 the only world war ii troop landing ship operation to normandy for d-day. >> almost every servicemen has been on one, between world war ii and vietnam. now there's not only left. >> looking good at 93. so far, andress has raised
$16,000. he finishes his run the day after his 93rd birthday. >> reporter: could have picked a cooler time of year like october or something. >> he is a tough guy. looks like he did just fine, we're doing fine so far. we're seeing a combination of sun and clouds out there. it's warm and sticky, it's an uncomfortable afternoon with humidity levels going through the roof. that will lead to numerous showers and thunderstorms as the day wears on. starting to see them now believe it or not, west of philadelphia. we'll zoom into southern chester and lancaster county. there's a cell southeast of quarryville along route 1 pushing deeper into chester county. this is the leading edge. we'll see the line continue to block them over the neck hour -- blossom over the next hour our so over newark and the delaware river of we're seeing a line in central pennsylvania. that has a little more activity,
it's more pronounced stretching from williamsport through harass harass -- harrisburg and west of baltimore. keep an eye to the sky if you have outdoor plans. the storms will move in quickly as we march along throughout the day. heat index values, 90 is the number for wilmington, philadelphia, millville, dover, 96. atlantic city, reading, 87. allentown, 88 degrees. you see the big comma-shaped cloud that stretches into the gulf coast states. the air behind that front is beautiful for the month of august. bismarck 69 degrees. we have some areas in through here, u-p of michigan, northern portions of iowa are in the 50s. that's nice comfortable air heading this way. for the most part it's the coast
that's languaging on to -- hangg on to the humidity. future tracker 6, 2:00 p.m., it's off to the west. this model is not picking up the first line that we're seeing here. some of these areas are probably picking up downpours. this is the more pronounced line and it starts marching east throughout the afternoon hours, 5:30 p.m. it's pushing through the city and it hits the coast around 9:00 p.m. any thunderstorms that develop over the next couple of hours, the biggest threat will be lightning and downpours. lots 60 cloud to ground lighten strikes, although we're not seeing that just yet. good bet you'll see downpours and a few storms could contain strong, gusty winds in excess of 55 or 60 miles per hour. lots of clouds this afternoon, still picking up mostly sunny skies, thunderstorms later on,
88 degrees is the forecasted high with the humidity. it will feel like the mid 90s and overnight tonight and evening thunderstorm is possible, otherwise it's warm and humid, 62 degrees outlying suburbs, 69 for center city. the humidity begins to drop off after midnight tonight as the cold front presses through and sets up a gorgeous stretch of weather for us. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, this is uncomfortable, the next three are very comfortable, 83 for monday, mostly sunny, tuesday, sunny and pleasant, 82. wednesday is a little bit warmer, 87. there's no humidity here, a nice day. thursday, sunny and warm, 89. you'll notice more in the way of humidity. friday and saturday, hazy, hot and humid, highs in the 90s. remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live radar at any time at 6abc.com/weather.
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taking a live look right now via sky6 live hd at atlantic city, enjoy your beep day, folks, storms are expected to roll in at the shore around 4:00 p.m. chris says. next week this coming week, cooler temperatures. >> all right, well, a charity created by mark zuckerburg is seeing a whole lot of green thanks to the facebook founder. he donated his facebook shares to the zuckerburg initiative back if december, he made $95 million selling the shares. for profit organization aims to advance human potential and equality for all children. he promised to donate $1 billion worth of shares each year for the next three years. >> here's a bit of good news, gas prices holding steady as the workweek approaches. pennsylvanians are paying an average 2.15 a gallon for regular unleaded. it's down 3 cents from a month
ago. in new jersey, you'll pay an average of 1.95. in northern delaware, the price is 2.03. >> bath towels are a simple product, it's must-by for students heading to college. the problem is picking from a huge selection can be daunting. thick and heavy towels will dry you off better. egyptian is the best quality they are less likely to pill, but shop carefully. >> there are a lot of towels that are labeled puma or egyptian, check labels, because it's too good to be true. >> reporter: be a ware that the towels so soft in the store will not stay that way. they are treated to make them soft. >> fabric softener decreases
absorption. >> reporter: use the moisture sensor, if you have a teen at home, colored towels can be ruined by acne medications that can leave bleach spots. consumers reports bought several brands. these vs were painted on and washed. both the real simple and sin -- is a -- came through fine. consumer reports tested regular white towels they came through the test unscathed. so white towels are a great options for teens. when you by colored towels buy a matching wash cloth and store it away, if they fade the cloth
will be evidence when the towels fade. >> lou perelman died friday. he was serve ago 25 year sentence for a 3 monday million dollar ponzi scheme. lance bass said he might not be a standup businessman, but i wouldn't be doing what i am doing today without him. pearl man was 62 years old. >> an update of the top stories. >> plus the accuweather forecast in just just a moment.
>> recapping our top stories, the burlington county prosecutor has issued a warrant for samuel james for the shooting of a 24-year-old man on east federal streets. a 5-year-old girl was injured trying to runaway from the violence. ceo of the u.s. olympic committee said further action is coming for ryan lochte and his teammates. he told a tv interviewer he exaggerated his story about being robbed. a 23-month-old girl is alive saved after spending an hour underneath an capsized boat. the boat overturned in the indian river. somehow the little girl was in the air pocket under the boat and her life jacket kept her afloat. that's an amazing story. >> wow. >> reporter: we have an amazing
story, we're going to get rid of all the humidity, we'll see downpours before that happens. this is christiana and it is pushing off to the east at 40 miles per hour. there's a lot more on its heals. heels. everybody will get into the act this afternoon. 88 degrees, with a feels like of 93 degrees. tomorrow, 83 with a feels like temperature of 81. >> mark james slept in his truck when money got tight. he put money to his college education and gave up his place to live. >> i didn't have any family, i just have to survive. >> but it changed when james saw an instagram post for
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consistent with some of the things he said as a candidate, i would be very frightened. gillian turner: he's been talking about the option of using a nuclear weapon against our western european allies. max boot: this is not somebody who should be handed the nuclear codes. charles krauthammer: you have to ask yourself, do i want a person of that temperament controlling the nuclear codes? and as of now, i'd have to say no. [bill o'reilly sighs]
>> i'm karen rogers. >> and i'm melissa magee. saturday/tonight on fyi philly. it is the best of philly! >> philadelphia magazine's annual roundup of the best our city and region have to offer. >> from international flavors to sandwiches, snacks and booze. >> the best in fitness, fashion, and fun. >> we are celebrating the winners. >> and helping you draw up that bucket list >> hi everybody and welcome to our special fyi philly best of philly. >> we are at the john b. kelly pool ranked by philadelphia magazine as the best public pool. >> and for good reason. it is an oasis in the city. >> 8 tree-lined lanes in fairmount park, right beside the please touch museum. >> it is one of about 300 best of philly winners, this year. >> and we're going to celebrate as many as we can squeeze in to the next half hour. >> so let's get started with food, of course.