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night out turns dangerous at a south philadelphia club after bullets fly. one woman was taken to the hospital. we are live from police headquarters this morning. pickup truck plows through a huge crowd celebrating mardi gras. >> we were just having a good time and suddenly we just saw people kind of yelling and screaming. >> more than two dozen people are injured. who police are interviewing about the accident and why they are not calling the incident a terrorist attack. bleep. master chef gore san ramsay cooking up treats are to the super bowl of nascar. ref up your blenders for daytona 500 today on fox. a recipe your guest will be ra racing to try. ♪ you don't need anoa ward to be a winner at the oscars. we break down the outrageous
freebie celebs are taking home and the shocking amount of money these swag bags are worth. ♪ the fade. hi, everyone it's sunday, february 26th, 2017. your eyes are not playing tricks on you we little fun. dissolve into us from the oscar fab. >> reality check. >> seriously. >> that's what it was. >> yesterday at this time it was like i saw people walking through old city with shorts and short sleeves. today it's a different story, right? >> i mean it really is. we've been spoiled the past several days. three consecutive days in a row high temperatures in philadelphia made it into the 70s but that is a thing of the past especially for today. i mean yesterday we topped out at 73 degrees. today temperatures are going to be stuck in the 40s but feels like temperatures are even colder. so weather by the numbers on scale of one to ten, today,
yeah, we will give it a six because of that real had the check. now take look at the dip in the jet stream. the purples the blues that is showing you where that cold air has kind of really funneled down from canada. so that means jackets and also sweaters. look at the current temperature right now. it is 37 degrees. it's cold in philadelphia but factor in that wind how your body reacts yeah take look at this, the feels like temperature at 27 degrees. feels like temperatures right now in the upper 20s. pretty much area wide. so that's how you should dress on this sunday morning. but take look at ultimate doppler from the past. 18 hours or so yesterday afternoon we were watching that line of severe weather that just kind of plowed through the area. multiple storm reports especia especially points north and west even funnel cloud was reported in parts of lancaster. so plan are i don't go day hour by hour chilly start. temperatures by noon 42. 46 degrees at 3:00 o'clock. and coming up we'll talk about
how long this reality check winter will last. >> it's back. all right. scott, thank you so much. we're following breaking news this morning. shots ring out at a club in south philadelphia. sending a woman to the hospital. jennifer joyce live at police headquarters with the very latest on this shooting investigation. good morning, jenny. >> reporter: good morning, lauren. so according to police this woman was shot inside of club onyx in south philadelphia overnight. like you said she was trance rt port to do jefferson hospital. at this point we do not have her condition. police have been on the scene for of the last few hours. they're trying to figure out exactly what happened. police told our crew on the scene that there was some sort of fight that happened inside of the adult club when at least one gunshot was fired. police think the bullet went through glass which shattered and cut the victim. the woman injured is not a dancer but with a guest at the -- was a guest at the club. this club has had several problems with violence in recent years. there were fatal shooting on the property in both 2012 and 2013,
as well as other issues including reports of shots fired in the parking lot as recently as november, but, again, in this case overnight, at least one gunshot was believed to be fired inside of the club that hit a female guest. that woman was transported to jefferson hospital. no word on her condition the its at this point. lauren. >> thank you so much jenny. developing out of new orleans, a car plows right through a mardi gras parade injuring 28 people. a three-year-old and a police officer are among those injured. police say one person is in custody and is being investigated for a possible dui. investigators do not suspect terrorism. 21 out of the 28 people hurt were hospitalized with non light threatening injuries. and now to tra dee in texas much police in houston are searching for the person who shot and killed an eight-year-old girl in what they believe to be a case of road wage. little demari was in the car with her mom yesterday morning when police say two cars sped through a red light at an intersection crashed right into her mother's honda accord.
that's when one of the speeding drivers got out of the car and started shooting. demari was hit in the crossfire. she died at the hospital from her injuries. >> she didn't deserve this. she was just a baby. she's gone. the person that did this -- i just want to know the person who did this you took my baby. they took my heart. >> officers are looking for the driver of those two cars. so far no arrests have been made. back here at home in philadelphia, man found dead at a home in olney after being involved in some sort of incident with his pitbull. police found the 21-year-old unresponsive at a home around midnight on the 5300 block of rising sun avenue. the man was rushed to einstein medical center with facial injuries. investigators are not saying how the eight month old dog may have been involved in its new owner's death. over in camden county police name a suspect in a sexual assault. more than a month old police are
look for 32-year-old ike fitzpatrick he sexua sexually ad assault add woman at seventh and thurman streets in camden back on january 15ly. if you have any information on his whereabouts give police a call. business bee and his lawyers will be back in court tomorrow morning asking a judge to allow jurors to be selected from other county. last week montgomery county judge ruled that only one additional accuser can testify against the embattled comedian. that means prosecutors cannot call 12 other women to the stand to support charges their claims that cosby drugged and molested several women at his estate. cosby's trial begins in june for allegedly sexually assaulting andrea constand a former temple university employee. now to top stories from our area. stephanie hanson won a special election yesterday for the delaware senate seat vacated by now lieutenant governor bethenny hall long after winning hanson tweeted out, i am so honored to be your new senator and i can't wait to get to work.
voters decided democrats will maintain their grasp on the state government delaware remains one of about five states where democrats hold the legislature and the governor's seat. the white house continuing its fight against the media and working to combat critical news reports linking the trump campaign to russia. all of this played out the president made a surprise announcement on twitter. he tweeted "i will not be attending the white house correspondents association dinner this year. please wish everyone well and have a great evening ". the statement reinforces the president's media stance echoing remarks he made at the conservative political action conference on friday. >> two days ago i called the fake news the enemy of the people and they are. they are the enemy of the peop people. because they have no sources, they just make them up when there are none. >> leading democrats responded to the president their comments coming as they were in atlanta choosing their new leader for the democratic national committee.
>> we need a chair who cannot only take the fight to donald trump, make sure that we talk about our positive message of inclusion and opportunity and talk to that big tent of the democratic party. >> president trump fired back again on twitter saying newly elected dnc chair tom perez will actually help the republican party. he congratulated him on twitter saying congratulations to thomas derr rose who just been named chairman of the dnc. i cannot be happier for him or for the republican party. back here at home heads up for septa riders. new schedules start today. only for certain routes and most of the changes are pretty minor. buses will be impacteed most but broadway sub bay line and norristown high speed line will also see a few changes. half dozen trolley lines also affected. you can check all of the new changes on fox29.com. we're trying to figure out what people are talking about today, right? i think the one thing on twitter that's still
buzzing from yesterday, i don't know if you're on twitter, if you keep up with, you know, pop culture, this nicky minaj and rem my ma beef going on. remi ma had a track against nicky minaj out of nowhere. it was six minutes long. high to listen to it two or three times. >> check out tweet i sent you. >> it's funny. it's like the front of a,, what would have ben a funeral program that says rest in peace nicky because people are saying remi ma killed her in her track. >> it's over. it's over. and the thing i would say to nicky is successful, you know, she got a lot things going for her. just ride off into the sunset on this one. >> don't say anything. >> no need to reply about this. there's nothing worse than a wack reply track. let's put that it way. >> okay. >> this is when you take the words from the show obama and -- michelle obama when they go low we go high and keep quiet. >> basically. >> all right. >> it came out november where. i enjoyed all six minutes of it. i was laughing. >> it was a lot. >> shout on the to meek mill. i'm sure he enjoyed that as we
well. >> now that they're apart. >> yes. 7:09. local college student was happy and healthy but things took a turn pretty quickly. how he's using his experience to help others for goodness sake. good morning everybody. don't forget septa kicking in some new city and suburban transit schedules now the schedules some begin today. other ones take effect tomorrow. make sure you got the updated schedule it's not on all of the lines just on select few city and suburban lines. i put the complete list and all the link to all my changes on my facebook and twitter pages. come on you ready to go for ride? before we do, got to put on my crash helmet of course you know fox here is home to the daytona 500 later on today right here on fox. we'll go for a ride on i-95. we had a ton of accidents this week. could have certainly you've the crash helmet. have yourself a great rest of the day. make sure you catch the daytona 500 later on today right here on
drivers i should call them 200 lapse. >> those people. [ laughter ] >> 200 lapse, scott, they're driving around that track. >> yeah. >> that's a lot of driving. you need to have good music if you're in the car that long. >> you real dollar. this morning if you'll be in the car you need to crank up that heat, because i mean we're talking temperatures this morning in the 30s. feels like temperatures in the 20s. so definitely a shock to the system. we've been spoiled. spring like temperatures over for today. live look outside of our studios talking about winds of change. take a look at the temperature currently in philadelphia. 37 degrees it feels like 27. so that's really how you should dress. take look at the feels like temperatures pretty much area wide. mid to upper 20s it feels like 28 degrees right now in atlantic city. it feels like 28 in trenton. as we look at ultimate doppler, much improved but yesterday afternoon remember we were talking about that severe weather threat and that's really what panned out from about 3:00 to say 7:00 o'clock watching that line of showers
and thunderstorms that kind of moved in from west to east. downpours, lightning, and also very gusty winds as that system just kind of pulled through the area. but behind that system, of course, we are looking at dry conditions but it is chilly stepping outdoors. so as we go hour by hour, we're dry but we have a lot of sunshine for your sunday and temperatures, yeah, they are going to stay right where we should for this time of year. yeah, 46 degrees. that is the reality check for today. but that's actually seasonal. 45 degrees down the shore and low 40s for the lehigh valley. we talked about the daytona 500 nascar forecast later on this afternoon right here on fox 29. it looks pretty good down in daytona. temperatures will be in the upper 60s. guys back over to you. >> ♪ recent college graduate told bill anderson he was ready for law school an surprisin surprisl issue almost chased his life. his road to recovery means spreading positive message and
some of the images from his medical journey a little graphic but he wanted to share his entire story to help inspire others for goodness sake. ♪ >> reporter: life was going well for brent wiley. he was 23 years old, graduated with honors from clark atlanta university and was planning to go to law school. like so many others his age he was meeting friends one weekend to party and that's when he told me his life immediately changed. >> i remember turning the corner to walk into the club and i just fell over. not a trip. i just fell flat down like face first. >> reporter: brent was healthy young man with no medical history. aware and initially embarrassed falling outside of the club and people yelling at him as if he was drunk or on drugs and telling him just get up. so he tried. >> the bouncers were like, trying to stand me up against the wall and then i kept -- every time they tried to stand me up i get slipping. once they did that for like the second or third time, they were like we think you had a stroke. >> reporter: he was shocked
and still in disbelief but not fully grasping the situation. it wasn't until friends called his mother that the severity of what happened began to sing in. >> they talk to us and showed us x-rays and said, you know, his brain is swelling and if it has nowhere to go, it's going to start to go inward, and that could kill him. so they said we have to -- we have to do this operation. >> reporter: that operation involved removing a large piece of brent's skull but that was just the beginning. recovery meant physical therapy, experimental and alternative medicine and diet changes. although brent and his mother are appreciative of the actions of their medical team, they said they became aware of the lack of resources and support particularly for young stroke victims. >> when i left like in patient i thought i was going to get a certain amount of things to help me get back but i just kind of left with -- they gave me a wheelchair. i know i'm not going to be in a wheelchair forever. >> reporter: five years later,
law school was put on hold because of issues with seizures and present decided that he needed to take his knowledge but also his challenges and start a new foundation to try to help others in similar situations. >> what's your foundation? it's war non-profit. >> team brent at the stroke midnight. i started my foundation because not only -- obviously to raise awareness but to help people get the things they need because there's only so much insurance will do. report the report brent created a movie sharing his struggle, his information and his positive attitude that doctors say has made all the difference in recovering from such a major stroke. >> i know for fact i'm going to get better, but it takes time, and it takes a lot of work, and you need those things to get there, and i'm doing my best to help not just me but everybody else get them. >> reporter: brent wiley started as an example of dedication and achievement. suffered a major set back that he believes redirected him to another purpose and now that purpose will hopefully inspire
others for goodness sake. i'm bill anderson. well special fundraiser help launch his short film tomorrow you're conveniented you can fine the details on fox29.com under the scene on tv section. good for him. >> great story there. >> good good story. 7:19. we break down the outrageous oscar freebies celebs are taking home. as if they need anythig else free. >> what about figures? >> six figure swag bags we'll tell you what's in them and why this year it's toned down. here are your winning lot row numbers. ♪ >> why are you asking that when you look at my gorgeous organized desk. >> need some work. >> here's what we're doing at the crib. we ordered and had installed a new garage door. >> good one. >> really? >> yeah that's good invest many.
>> really expensive i wanted the dark one but we couldn't get the dark one much it's white. >> all right. >> then the husband wants to do some stuff out back. >> let's talk about what makes sense from the financial point of view and what really turns into a money pitt. >> okay. >> let's do it. >> so according to remodeling magazine what do you think the number one project is forgetting money back in terms of home renovations? think boring much it's attic inn sewell laying. front doors, minor kitchen rehabs, minor bathroom rehabs, paint, they all add val yes to your home and they all keep the price tag down. >> some of those projects you should stay away from, basement remodeling. a new addition for master suite. sunroom addition they sound nice but when it comes to adding value to your home, you don't get back the investment you put in. here's a few tips to help you stay on track without blowing the budget. first, you need a budget. in fact with home renovation single most important thing you
can do to save money. now it's easier than ever. use your smart phone there's an app called home data you can put in the project estimate the cost and stay on budget. next you always want to make sure you hire the right contractor. not the one that necessary system is the cheapest. check out sights like home adviser.com or angie's list.com where you'll find ratings and referrals. always do your homework and get your own references. and finally, you never want to over personalize or over improve your home. man cave, cool. man cave with a bowling alley, way cool. probably really bad investment. so there you go. before you start swinging one of these this spring on all those home improvement projects, make sure you know exactly which ones add value to your home versus the ones that, well, cost i was fortune, break the bang. i'm cashing out. ♪
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going on. >> i got you. >> feeling like a friday. not to rub it in. >> i hear you. it's my tuesday. >> okay. celebrities attending the oscars today. >> um-hmm. >> do not need, you know, get the statue to feel like they wouldn't get freebies in swag bags. they're taking home over six figures in different merchandise. we'll break down some of the items that are in the bag. how about this? a free five night stay at a resort in hawa hawaii. >> oh. >> there you go. >> yeah. >> just in the bag somewhere.& just pull out the little voucher show up, right. >> throw it in the bag. >> this is the showcase showdown. what do you think that trip is worth? at least 30. >> 30k? >> five nights. let's see. i would say -- probably more. >> celebrity if it's all inclusive definitely up to 30. i was to hawaii. i would say maybe if it's not all inclusive $15,000. what about when you're at the -- red carpet.
your pits start to sweat little bit because you're getting nervous. all the cameras. >> that happens when i'm not on the red carp. [ laughter ] >> these under arm patches wick up sweat probably one of the most least expensive -- one of the least expensive thing in the bag i would guess. >> all right. >> three night stay italian hotel overlooking the gulf of naples. >> wow. >> take me there somebody. >> that's 40,000 right there we're being told. >> 40 grant. >> there you go. >> we're already up to, what, if we get 15 for hawaii trip. >> yup. >> we're up to $55,000. >> under arm patches -- >> cha-ching. my favorite a cellulite mass satisfy mat from sweet cheeks. so the way it works that you sit on this like rippled pad for at least an hour you can do more but it has to be an hour and then when you stand they show you the before and after apparently it reduces your celia light. look at the middle picture. it shows the ripples, of course you don't have cellulite because you got ripples from the mat.
>> does the move move or do anything. >> it vibrates or does somethi something. >> vibrating pad that you sit on and reduces sell yao lloit. >> cooking your butt like a waffle maker. >> that's wait looks like. doesn't it? that's something i think that women would appreciate because for to you not have to purchase it and you can try it because it's in your bag. >> yeah. >> then the guy that is get it i think all the nominees get them, the guys can get it give it to the ladies in their life. >> that's fair. that thing don't work, tomorrow there's no way that thing works. >> puts the dent in your skin. -- >> don't they give like the best of best? it has to work if they were going to put in it the oscar bag. >> i think the companies have to pay like a big promotional fee to put their things in there. it doesn't really have to be really good. it's just this company maybe can afford to throw it in the bag. >> yeah. >> as you said and then the celebrity which is try it out. you know they want them to tweet it, talk about it. >> instagram. >> yeah. hoping their products gets out there. >> one of those celebrities might be involved in those companies as well too. >> maybe it's already working. we're talking about it, right.
flynn reveals why that green flag can't drop soon enough. >> is that roosevelt boulevard? >> slow down, hank. >> plus we know wrinkles can sometimes reveal your age, but what about your words? the phrases experts say that make you sound really old. got were to watch what i say. thanks for joining us this sunday morning. the weather has taken a really drastic turn, scott williams. tell us all about it. >> yeah, you'll need your heavy winter gear. your gloves, because temperatures right now feel like the 20s. what happened to the 70s the spring preview it's over for your sunday. right now it's 37 degrees in philadelphia. and take a look at the feels like temperature. 27 when you factor in those winds out of the west northwest at about 20 miles per hour. it's even cold in at hasn't to this morning arthritic degrees. 36 in jackson. oklahoma city upper 30s. 27 right now in louisville, kentucky so some of that colder air has funneled all the way to parts of the southeast. temperatures right now across our area 33 pottstown.
36 in atlantic city. but those are the air temperatures. how your body reacts. how it actually feels on this sunday morning. it feels like 22 in lancaster. it feels like 28 degrees right now in trenton. it feels like 25 in dover. so all of the severe weather we saw yesterday afternoon and evening kind of rumbled through the area. that has pressed out to sea but temperatures once again for today only 46 degrees. by tomorrow back into the mid 50's. back over to you. >> okay. we have good news if you are a smoker. here it is. you are never too old to quit. that's according to a new study about 160,000 men and women over the age of 70 still got a questionnaire on smoking habits back in 2004 and 2005. the people who quit smoking in their 60s were about 20% less likely to die from smoking than those who continued to smoke into their 70s. here's the problem. the cigarette industry spends up to $55 million every year to
keep smokers addicted topo tobacco $35 for every person who lives in philadelphia. here with helpful tips to quit smoking dr. frank leone. good morning and thanks for coming in. >> good morning. thanks so much for having me. >> what an expensive habit on both sides. >> it really is. there's a lot of money that's poured into keeping people smoking every year. markemarketing, gimmicks, give s that sort of thing actually keeps people addicted. >> so the addiction is one problem and trying to quit is another problem for people. >> sure. the way nicotine work in the brain the addiction actually does change behaviors and so all of a sudden the nicotine works in the parts of the brain that control instincts survival instinctings that in turn controls behaviors. when people try to quit, they often find themselves feeling agitated, nervous, it becomes difficult for them to deal with stress and so quitting all of a sudden gets put off another day before you know it 20, 30 years
go by. >> would you recommend the gum because i feel like that that's the number one go to for the people that are trying to quit smoking. >> or maybe the patch. do they do that still? >> what do you recommend. >> sure. i rem everybody get some help. so you need a little bit of advice from somebody who has been around the block once or twice before. that might be a counselor, your doctor, or like a pen we have specialists that actual dollar this all day every day. that's what we think about. but in addition to that, you really need help really requires a little bit of nicotine replacement. either the patch or the gum they can be used together fresh ex, there's also a few different types of medications that can help a person control those instincts that keep them smoking and actually make quitting an awful lot easier. >> it's also helpful you have experience from someone whose gone through it before. maybe to talk it through with someone who finally kick the habit. >> definitely. >> that's super helpful, right. >> absolutely. i would say -- i would say, um, the thing about that find somebody who isn't exactly just
anti-smoking. isn't right. >> so being helpful doesn't just mean focusing on why it's important not to smoke. being helpful also means focusing on what it means to be a person who struggling with this problem. we think about that as opposed to being anti-smoking, we think about that as being pro smoker. advocating on behalf of the person with this issue. not accepting the on-going behavior, not accepting or compromising with the addiction but really advocating on behalf of the person being very helpf helpful. helping the process to continue to move forward. >> dock i think sometimes we don't know for non smokers if you never smoke before how serious of an addiction it is. >> right. >> some people try cold turkey. maybe is that too much? do you have to sort of wean your way off of this? >> so nicotine as a drug actually believe it or not is more addictive than heroin. >> wow! >> yeah. so in that context what i mean ability to compel behaviors much more substantially than even heroin does.
>> wow! >> as a consequence it goes on for lifetime. it's very difficult for people to stop sometimes without help. i think quitting should be easy. if quitting is hard, you're not getting the kind of help that& you need. you're more likely to stay quit longer and to achieve the positive health benefits of quitting if you work to make the quitting easy. >> i got last one for me quick quickly. vapeing. >> right. >> that seems to be picking up e-cigarettes but even more than that the actual vaping it seems like there's flavored all of that. >> yeah. >> is that a good substitute or would you not want to go down that path as well yes. >> it's not a good substitute yet. there's a lot of people who say that it is but that's really built on a believe that it has to be safer than smoking cigarettes. in fact it's turning out that the stuff that makes the fake smoke and all those chemicals that result in the flavors actually have very complicated chemistry that result in lot of inflammation in the lungs. >> makes sense. >> all those chemicals get absorb. metabolism all those chemicals
will be dangerous over time i believe. >> what do we say to the people who say, i'm going die any way, speeding up the process. my grandfather was a smoking his entire life. he tried so hard to get him to stop smoking i'm to die any way. >> we're all going to die any way but we don't have to die with sort of the burden of knowing that our behaviors really accelerated that process. so for example in your final moments you don't want to be looking at your family and saying, this is really my fault. you don't need that burden. you shouldn't have that burr. you should work to try and make the eventual, you know, inn he havable as far away as possible. >> that's true. doc, thank you so much for coming in. >> thanks so much for having me. >> 7:37. sixers look to stay hot up in new york last night taking on the lonely knicks. what a big night for jahlil okafor. did he do enough for the sixers to get the win. sean brace will tell in you sports. that is next. >> hey, hey. ♪
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pittsburgh. all right. let's talk about the 76ers. nba trade deadline shifted the 76ers lineup in all sorts of ways. main move okafor was rumored to be traded for a few week now in the starting lineup until joel embiid returns. even with all the changes brett brown and the sixers, they won four out of their last five dames. let's see if they can stay hot up in the garden. final seconds of the fourth quarter watch this one. mr. okafor he goes one-on-one. right to the lane. one hander. it's good. okafor finished with 28 points, ten boards. sixers up one with nine seconds left. last possession knicks ball you know what's going down. carmelo anthony one-on-one, he steps back and nails it. sorry, no defense will stop that jumper. big night for mellow he finished with 37. sixers lose a tough one, 110 110-109. speaking about that stadium series, let's head up to pittsburgh. beautiful scene. game was going down at heinz field. that's where the steelers play. not normally where hockey goes
down that's for sure. second period, flyers down two. here's vorachek the turnover the flyers make magic. gets the past matt murray puts the flyers on the bore. same score third quarter. he passes to who wraps around the net. he gets the board and score. that would be all the penguin needed. flyers lose a tough one, four four-two. let's head down to beautiful clearwater, florida check in the on the phils. happy birthday i believe that's what that sign says. her 14th birthday. happy beautiful -- perfect. >> all right. we pick it up in the sixth. thank company gets a base hit to centerfield it hits tyler wade's glove. he the ball goes under the wall he thinks he can get a dead ball. uh-uh it hit your glove. the ball is live. franco chugs all the way around the bases for ennuied soot park homerun and hit one over the wall as well. phillies win lone bright spot philadelphia sports last night six to five. >> talking college hoop.
nova basketball. yesterday' game versus creighton was senior day. a chance to recognize the out standing a chief manies by the three seniors josh hart, kris jenkins and darrell reynolds who in 140 games played for nova never suffered back to back defeats. one heck of a program jay wright has cooking up on the mainline that's for sure. let's head to the pavilion and there's reynolds right there. jenkins hit the big shot last year, remember him, josh hart player of the year. josh hart, lauren, is an eagle scout oy found out yesterday. >> really? >> eagles scout. i paid it to the weeblo. s i did cub scouts. >> eagle scout. >> i was a wee below i don't know what was after cub scout. >> wee below. >> nova wins big time easy game for 79-63 and clinch the big east regular season title. >> good for them. >> it's going down for real. be sure to join us for the daytona 500 happening right here on fox 29 coverage starts at 1:00 p.m. and with all the hype
and pre-game you do not want to miss a minute. once again, 1:00 p.m. only on fox 29. >> i love when that sound is like rrr it gets loud when it gets closer. >> you have no idea. if you went life you would -- >> i know. >> you'd need headphones. >> you just feel it. >> i don't want to be part of that. i want to watch it though. wrinkles can sometimes reveal your age, right? you know it happens you get those crow's feet. what about your words? the phrases that you're saying that make you sound old. >> there's lot of them. >> yeah. >> ♪
♪ rolling, rolling, rolling, raw hide ♪ >> i have one year today no cigarettes. >> just talk to the doc. congratulations to you jim. keep up the good work hopefully everyone took his advice seriously. >> i watched a documentary on warren buffet if he said if you were going to get one car for the rest of your life what it be. >> the reason he says that because we only have one body. >> it's true. >> you have to take care of it. >> it's very true. >> yeah. >> i agree with you. that means bum up, right, scott williams, because it's chilly outside today. >> yeah, you'll need those layers he is special physical you're stepping out early on this sunday morning. i mean talk about a shock to the system. yesterday high temperatures in the 70s. and right now you're waking up to this 35 degrees in allentown.
35 wilmington. 36 in atlantic city. those are the air temperatures. factor in the wind, yeah, it feels like 14 degrees in mount pocono. it feels like 23 in wilmington. it feels like 28 in atlantic city. and 27 in philadelphia. all of the severe weather from yesterday afternoon and evening that system is out to sea. but behind it, winds of change pretty blustery maybe even a passing flurry toward the poconos. center city 46 degrees. a reality check today. 45 down the shore and 42 in the lehigh valley. nascar forecast we're talking about temperatures in the upper 60s down in daytona. so looking pretty good there. for us it's roller coaster ride. 50s tomorrow. low 60s tuesday. upper 60s wednesday. maybe some flurries by friday. how about that? >> all right. >> how about that? >> how about that? >> catch me inside because it's too cold outside. >> scott just tweeted that out. >> did he. >> possible flurry. >> oh, no. forget wrinkles and age spots if
you use certain words in your vocabulary it could make you sun old. let's go through them. pocketbook. hey where is my pocketbook? >> is this your pocketbook right here? >> that's not. that's my make-up bag. >> you say purse or handbag. you don't say pocketbook. >> what about satchel. >> you don't say that either. >> pocketbook is old. whip per snapper an over confident child or young person. >> yelling a little chipper snapper. something grandparents say, right? >> um-hmm. >> tape. like i needing to home and tape my show. >> we now have dvrs so you have to say record. >> you say tape. >> absolutely still say tape and tivo. isn't dvr are record. what about when you have something you need to go to copy. do you say i going to zero rock this? >> no. >> i don't stay either. >> that's an old one much this one a lot of people still say. steward did he say. the air days of travel a woman was called a steward did he say
now it's flight attendant. >> i still do. >> that's so funny. >> i say -- i say flight attendant. >> dungarees. >> we call them jeans now. but -- >> i never said that. >> i never said that either. that was a word that was like huh? what's the word that people always say for tv people they don't call us journalists. i'm drawing a lack now. >> mmj. >> that's newer word. like muddle pee media journalist. >> anchor? >> no. >> they used to say -- i don't know. >> i'm sure there's plenty of words out there maybe your parents still use and all that to that you're able to put date on. >> send them in. >> send them to us and they will us what those words are that you know it makes someone sound old. who says -- i think younger ki kids, younger generation they don't know -- my nieces are 12 they've grown up only with i phones. when we say land line, they're like a what? like the land line at home. broadcasters. that's it. thank you candace. people say she's a broadcaster. >> broadcaster. >> is it not -- >> i don't know. i just say journalist or -- reporter, anchor people say
she's a tv broadcaster. >> i think that's old school. >> there's the weatherman. >> weatherman. >> they don't say meteorologist. >> do you get upset. >> you earned those stripes. >> meteorologist. absolutely. you're the weatherman. >> i'll take that. >> off of this conversation i laugh when people talk about like maybe movies from '80s or shows like the brady bunch reference when like you said kids today have no clue. >> no idea. >> brady bunch was. >> and they're netflix society and generation. they don't know tv shows. it's funny. let's check in with hank. it's hank, with the daytona 500 coming up this weekend on fox i got established auto racers telling me that our suv's are not fast enough to win races. i say they are. watch me prove it hang's take coming up. (vo) my name's nick
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this watch using your sweat glands will be able to give you your brad alcohol content and your blood sugar let's say your diabetic you want to be that reading don't want to perm yourself this will do it. let's say you have family members you want to watch. guess what? you give them the watch and set parameters. maybe their heart rate drops you'll get alert. mosquitoes you're afraid of the zika virus. through the firm wear on it will emit sounds and signals that will keep them away and they won't bite you. last but not least ekg's blood pressure, fatigue sensor or my personal favorite it let's me know my mood. guess what it knows when i'm grumpy. it does a good job at it. you want to talk more smart watches reach out to us #techtank and we'll continue the conversation online. ♪ >> are you to watch the daytona 500 and for our hank flynn and his need for speed that green flag cannot drop soon enough. >> reporter: fox 29 dragging its feet getting into this whole auto racing business.
that ends now. ♪ >> reporter: whoo! wow! [ laughter ] >> reporter: he's my heroism e love raises and always have with the daytona 500 going off sunday afternoon on fox, i thought i'd get out and spread the word talk some smack even in my head does look like canned ham in a helm helmet. roll the window down. hey, i'm a faster driver than you are. >> yeah. >> reporter: yeah. simple as that. >> reporter: i'm faster than you are. [ laughter ] >> reporter: that's right. as long as they know into the boss is. in the news business we needing to places fast, fast drivers, fast vehicles, so i drove down by the airport to visit a friend of mine who's an expert to see how we're looking. >> i can tell you're a rookie
there's in a racing stripes new york city bumper marks there's no nothing. if you're not rubbing you ain't racing. >> williams is good. >> i don't know. he don look good. >> ouch. liquid lou can be very direct veteran race drivers run everything from mike company mid jets to super modifieds. been at it since he was a kid. so whether you're a racer like he is a dork in a truck like me or running daytona this weekend necessarily skill set is the same. >> part of being good race car driver you need to have good car control, you have to have good feel for what the car needs to make it go faster, and you have to have good endurance and make does gigs. that's what sets a lot of people off from everyone else. >> reporter: lou knows facts. former oswego speedway lap record holder planning on running the full dirt modified schedule in new egypt and other places. conversely lou also knows what is slow. my fox 29 honda pilot.
>> same car set a world speed 738 miles an hour with this car if we drop it out of an airpla airplane. >> not fair. lou leaves and breathes racing he was born into it. how did i miss the boat. >> i'm sorry what did you say am i jealous. >> yeah. >> of course i'm jealous. are you kidding me? >> that's why we get along. and that's why i've got to get out there and get after it in the street. daytona 500 is on fox this weekend. you know what that, right? >> no, i didn't know. >> reporter: well now you kno know. >> all right. i'll check it out. >> reporter: he ain't watching fox. i will be, though. you can join me. nascar says green flag flys around 2:00 o'clock this sunday afternoon at the world center of speed. the daytona international raceway and you'll see it where else, right here on fox. >> dam, i'm good. whoo! i'm hank and that's my take. ♪
is "good day philadelphia" weekend. ♪ 8:01 this morning night out turns dangerous at a south philadelphia club after bullets fly. one woman was taken to the hospital. we are live from police headquarters with more on that shooting investigation. and the pickup truck plows right through a huge crowd celebrating mardi gras. more than two dozen people are injured. who police are interviewing about the accident. and good day is getting a taste of the nascar life. see what happens when alex challenges quincy harris to a race around the track at new jersey motor sports. oh, please, look at that look. no one is squared of you w. good day it's sunday, february 26th, 2017. so people are still talking about our conversation about words that age you. >> yeah. >> that let you know how old you are. we have one someone sent in. there it is. i say pocket and purse.
still use vhs tapes with my beloved vcr. >> if you have one i guess it still work. you can't buy one. >> the tracking let's say tracking. >> it's even hard to find cars that have cd players now. >> yes. >> totally. >> everything is like digital. >> um-hmm. >> kids these days they have it so easy. >> kids these days. >> kids these days. >> remember like when hot song was come out it be would be friday night countdown on the radio and you'd get the tape and record it off the radio. >> um-hmm. >> that's what i used to have to do. >> not my more. >> jennifer joyce -- tap the mack. mack is a northern word because we don't say that. >> we were talking about the internet. something about -- >> dial up. >> get off the internet versus the phone. >> jenny words that show your age. how about slacks my grandparents fav and rubbish. my former 94-year-old neighbor. >> slacks is a good one. you snead slacks today because it's chilly. >> extra layers today. yesterday felt like spring.
but winter it is back across the delaware valley. so what about the numbers on a scale of one to ten? today, yeah, we will give it a six. just because of the drastic changes. chilly for us. 37 philadelphia. 37 in atlanta just as cold there. look at jackson, mississippi, 3. 11 in denver right now. 20s in minneapolis and also chicago. so not a lot of people out this morning. we're talking about 37 degrees in philadelphia. but it feels like look at that 27 degrees so that's how you should dress stepping out early on this sunday morning. 21 what it feels like in lancaster. the teens in the poconos it feels like 27 degrees in millville. so yesterday afternoon and evening we talk about that cold front the line of strong and severe thunderstorms that has exited the coast. but behind it, we're talking winds of change. we saw several reports of some damage north and west lancaster county, a report of a funnel cloud with all of that severe weather that kind of rumbled
through. high temperature today 46 philadelphia. mid 40s down the shore. only low 40s in the lehigh valley. back over to you. >> all right, scott, thank you so much. start with breaking news. shots wink at a club in south philadelphia send a woman to the hospital. jennifer joyce is live at police headquarters with the latest on this investigation. good morning, jenny. >> reporter: good morning, lauren. as you mentioned that woman was shot inside of club onyx which is in south philadelphia. it happened overnight and that woman was transported to jefferson hospital at this point we're not quite sure how she's doing. and police have been at the scene investigating trying to get a better handle on what happened overnight. police toll our crew on the scene that there was some sort of fight that happened inside of the adult club when at least one gunshot was fired. police think the bullet went through the glass which shattered and cut the victim. the woman injured is not a dancer but was a guest at the club according to officers on scene. this club has had several problems with violence in recent years. there were fatal shootings on
the property in both 2012 and 2013 as well as other issues including reports of shots fired in the parking lot as recently as november. but, again, in this case overnight, at least one gunshot was believed to be fired inside the club hitting a female guest. that woman was transported to jefferson hospital again at this point we don't know how she's doing. lauren. >> jenny, thank you so much. and developing out of new orleans a car plowed through mardi gras parade injuring 28 people. a three-year-old an police officer are among those injured. police say one person is in custody and being investigated for a possible dui. investigators do not suspect terrorism. 21 out of the 28 people hurt were hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries. back here in philadelphia, man found dead in olney after being involved some sort of incident with his pitbull. police found the 21-year-old unresponsive at a home around midnight on the 5300 block of rising sun avenue. the man was rushed to einstein medical center with facial
injuries. investigators are not saying much about how that eight month old dog may have been involved in its new owner's death. camden county police named suspect in the sexual assault that's more than a month old. police are looking for 32 year many ike fitzpatrick they say he sexually assaulted and robbed a woman at seventh and thurman streets in camden back on january 15th. if you if you've seen him or have any information on his whereabouts, you're asked to call police. bill cosby and his lawyers will be back in court tomorrow morning. they are asking a judge to allow jurors to be selected from another county. last week montgomery county judge ruled that only one additional accuser can testify against the embattled comedian. that means prosecutors cannot call 12 other women to the stand to support their claims that cosby drugged and molested several women at his estate. cosby's trial begins in june for allegedly sexually assaulting andrea constand a former temple university employee. the trump administration
continues to fight back against news reports critical of their actions. fox news correspondent kristin fisher is at the white house with the very latest. >> reporter: the white house continuing its fight against media today and working to combat reports that senior staff asked fbi officials and lawmakers to rebut critical news stories linking the trump campaign to russia. california thinks the alleged ties between president trump and campaign and russia worth investigating. wants the special prosecutor to do it. >> there are lot of investigations into this. you know i can't see a special prosecutor being appointed at this point. there's not lot of evidence that there's anything going on. a lot of this really i think is politically motivated. >> reporter: meanwhile president trump took to twitter to say quote i will not be a tending the white house correspondents association dinner this year. please wish everyone well and have great evening. the statement reinforces the president's media stance echoing remarks he made at the conservative political action conference on friday. >> a few days ago, i called the fake news the enemy of the people. and they are. they are the enemy of the peop
people. because they have no sources. they just make them up when there are none. >> reporter: leading democrats took aim the commander in chief today while choosing a new leader fort democratic national committee. isn't we need a chair who cannot only take the fight to donald trump, make sure that we -- we, uh, talk about our positive message inclusion and opportunity and talk to that big tent of the democratic party. >> reporter: president trump pushed back on twitter saying newly elected dnc tom perez will actually help the republican party. and president trump will spend much of this weekend preparing his remarks for his very first another dress to congress which will take place on tuesday nig night. at the white house, i'm kristin fisher, fox news. voters in delaware have decided to democrats will maintain their grasp on the state government stephanie hanson is now -- she won special election yesterday for the vacant senate seat. fellow democrat bethenny hall long left the position when she was elected lieutenant governor last year.
all right. heads up. septa schedules start today. most changes are minor. buses impact the most. broadway subway line and norristown high speed line will see a few changes. half dozen trolley lines also affected. you can check all of the new changes on fox 29.com. solar eclipse will be taking over the skies in the southern hemisphere. this will leave a small amount of sunlight at rim of the moon's shadow as it passes between the earth and the sun. the moon will be too far from earth to block the sun entirely. nasa says the annual eclipse can be seen in mazes like chile and argentina. i've never been that girl that runs outside takes the picture. wants to see it. i don't know why. >> um-hmm. >> it's pretty interesting. yeah. >> only the southern hemisphere. so south america, also africa, also, that ring of fire kind of known as the halo, so something
pretty interesting there in the southern hems fire. >> pretty cool. >> it's funny when you -- when i just saw that my mind automatically went to khiry erving i don't know if you her this last week he's and in nba all star from the calves talking about how the earth was flat. >> i did. >> he believed the earth was flat. >> i did hear that. >> i don't know what the deal is. maybe he was trying to get arise out of people. whatever but it took over. >> yeah. >> everybody was commenting about it at new orleans at the all star game. just like, how? [ laughter ] >> no. >> i heard that last week and i laughed at that. okay. people are still talking on twitter, candace. what are they saying at 8:10 this morning. we've been talking about words that age you. we got new ones. type writer. >> type writer is a good one. >> caroline said mac machine and what is it keith money access center? >> is that right? >> yes. we never said that in the south where i grew up we i was atm. or call it the bang. >> tap mack. >> tap the mac. that's funny. >> later in our show local
photographer is sharing his amazing art in his first museum show. the 21st century way he got his big break. ♪ good morning, everybody. don't forget septa kicking in some new city and suburban transit schedules. now the schedules some begin today. other ones take effect tomorrow. make sure you got the updated schedule. it's not on all of the lines. just on a select few city and suburban lines i put the complete list and link to all the changes up on my facebook and twitter pages. come on you ready to go for ride? before we do, got to put on my crash helmet of course you know fox here is home to the daytona 500 later on today right here on fox. we're going to go for a ride on i-95. we had a ton of accidents this week could have certainly you've the crash helmet. have yourself a great rest of the day. make sure you catch the daytona 500 later on today right here on fox and i will see you back here
>> that's true. >> yes. >> all right. >> five kissing games. >> look at you. >> i had six addition editions six volumes of the skins tapes. >> i'm impressed. >> you hear him scott williams. >> i hear him, yes. [ laughter ] >> all right. let's talk about this weather. he needs to take a chill pill. [ laughter ] >> there you go. >> all right. 37 degrees right now but it feels like 27 when you factor in that wind. winds out of the west northwest right now at about 17 miles per hour. the cold air it's making a come back. 39 raleigh. 37 right now in atlanta. we have 27 across parts of the great lakes of the ohio river valley. 15 in rapid city. only 11 in denver. so air temperatures right now 25 in the pocono mountains. 33 lancaster and pottstown. mid 30s in wilmington. mid to upper 30s down the shore but it actually feels like, look at this, 24 degrees in wilmington it feels like 27 in philadelphia along with trenton
so that's how you should dress. dry and quite some flurries far north and west. but the severe weather that rumble through yesterday that is out of here and cold air is moving in behind yesterday's system. 46 in center city. mid 40s down the shore. low 40s in the lehigh valley. hey, nascar, right here on fox 29, coverage begins at 1:00 o'clock. temperatures a little cooler in sections of daytona beach. upper 60 there is by race time. guys, back over to you. >> okay. scott, thank you so much. 8:16. tensions are high among over republican proposal for major overhaul to medicaid. tomorrow gop governors plan to present congress with a plan they say would give states more flexibility to be able to provide health coverage to low income residents. they say it would also protect states from getting stuck with the cost of repealing the affordable care act. however, democratic governor say republicans aren't being honest about the plan believing it actually provides less money on people's health care and gives
tax cuts to the rich. big crowds gathering in center city yesterday for the philly health care rally the group is defensing the affordable care act which president donald trump is vowing to repeal. they say proposed changes to obama care could have devastating effects on millions of americans. senator casey also spoke at that rally reiterating his commitment to fight for the law. besides keeping your feet warm in bed wearing socks to sleep might actually provide you a better night's rest. national sleep foundation just revealed that heating your cold feet tells your brain that it's time for bed and dilates your blood vessels that will give you a better night's rest. sleep experts also say the ideal temperature for sleeping is around 65 degrees. you might need toes socks just to stay warm. 65 is kind of cold. i mean i think for me i'm on maybe 68, 69 when i go to sleep. 65 is chilly. >> yeah. >> where do you keep it on. >> i would turn -- i love staying in hotels. >> because it's so cold. >> you crank the ac up.
don't have to pate bill. i love that. i love that. >> you like to be freezing cold when you get in bed. >> yes. >> there's no way i can ever wear socks sleeping. >> really? >> yeah. >> i think i can start wearing them but by the time the night is over they're off my feet and they're like under the covers who knows where. >> really? >> i don't like them either. >> i'm not going to lie. i might try it. >> fit het helps you get a better night' rest. >> it depend who came up with the study. are these the same people who put shrimp's on treadmills. >> this is the national sleep foundation. they could be on to something. >> they know. >> socks in bed. i don't do it often. sometimes when your feet are freezing. do you hate when kelly puts her feet on you? >> she doesn't touch me. >> she doesn't. >> no. she's on the other side of bed. we just got king size she's way over there. >> whoa! >> she wants no part. >> none. >> i'm a cuddler. but i don't know. putting your feet don't touch me with your feet all i got to say. >> you're not a feet person. >> no. >> i'm a foot connoisseur good really. >> put your dogs up here. let me see what you're working
with. >> you want to see these thing. they're barking loud. >> woof, woof, woof. [ laughter ] >> all right. eight couldn't 19. men listen up your time at the gym might be hurting your time in the bed. >> oh. >> okay. >> the university of north carolina says -- put your feet up here. >> men who work out a lot have much lower sex drives they say. just too tired at the end of the day because they've already hit the gym and they don't real have energy to do anything else. working out better for your health and your sex live than not working out. you agree or disagree? >> where is scott at in this conversation? >> yeah, scott where you at? this is for the men. >> i absolutely disagree. >> do you? >> here's the one thing i'll s say. >> you got to learn how to multi task. >> i mean this with no disrespect. >> okay. >> you go instagram and you cease thiel. there's some people that just take this gym stuff way, way too serious. >> agreed. >> you know. slow down and enjoy live for
just one minute. i know maybe this is what i end? i enjoy going to the gym. yeah but you're filming yourself and, you know, you're walking around with the big guy began tick jug of water. >> i can't stand all the noises. like when dudes have to do -- all of that. i don't. >> at your gym. >> do your workout. >> they're trying to get are a attention. >> back to the study. i want to come back to this and say, no, i can't agree with that. because it's about you got to love being with significant other. >> your mate. >> yeah. >> it agree. >> i'm excited. too tired. when you go to the gym it actually gives you more energy. >> that's what i was told. >> when i'm like drag i don't go want to go and i make myself go at the noon hour, it's hard for me to nap after that. then i'm like cleaning up and i feel like i have more energy. >> i disagree. that wasn't the national sleep federation. they want people -- >> north carolina they don't go to those classes kids down the there. >> master chef gordan ramsay cooking up treats fort super
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>> this is very cheap cut it look expensive but very cheap. so the secret behind this making sure you cook it low and slow. first off really nice smoked paprika. brown sugar, then minuted garl garlic. get your hands in there and start rubbing. onions in. now, that's the pull butt sits on, okay? lift up your pork, sit that on top of your onions and then from there take your sauce and pour it over. now, literally that's it. from there into the oven at 250 for minimum of eight hours. come a little bit closer have
look inside here. dip that in the juice. into the bowl. slices are nice and thin lay them on to the board and then from there literally, look at that, that's delicious. now, from the delicious -- now the pork. be generous, literally sit that on top of the slaw. finally, take your buns and sit them on top and push that down a little bit. they have been the tastier yesterday pork sliders anywhere on race day. good luck. you can find these great recipe online with all daytona menus now all of you get to it haven't great weekend. >> eight hours you better get cooking this is come on soon. >> slow and low. >> you can watch it rye here on fox 29. coverage begins at 1:00 o'clock. slow and low. i told the boys i said, if you
have to cook it for eight hours, i don't want to owe it. >> scott, said slow and low. >> crock pot type thing. >> yeah. >> you don't know what your talking about. >> i'll dot celery and the ranch dressing dip. >> good steak you only got to cook for five minutes tops. >> really? >> yeah. >> five minutes? >> yeah. >> do you want it pink in the middle. >> medium rare. >> is it like bloody on the plate. >> it's not bloody but it's pink, red, sure. that's that good stuff right there. >> i can't. pull it up. let's talk about it. rippers said going to the grocery store that is older school. i guess because you say the supermarket now. >> i still say grocery store. put on your galoshes. >> i say that. bob kelly says it's going rain g put on your galoshes. >> how about when you go and buy luncheon meated meat. ham, cheese from deli. >> i say deli meat. >> i say luncheon meat. >> how about fixings. do you say fixings.
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challenged quincy to race around the track at new jersey motor sports. look at that face. oh, please. >> and local photographer sharing his amazing art in his first museum show plus the oscar nominated film inspired by his work. welcome back you're watch going day weekend i'm lauren johnson. scott williams has taste weather that's a little chillier than it was yesterday. >> no 70s. the spring preview is over at least for today. i mean take look at the numbers. 37 degrees in philadelphia. 39 raleigh. 37 right now in atlanta. memphis, tennessee, 35. 27 chicago. 11 degrees that is it in denver. so as we take live look outside of our studios 37 but it feels like 27 degrees. feels like the 20s. winter has made a return across the delaware valley. 27 is what it feels like in millville. it feels like the teens right now in the pocono mountains. the severe weather from yesterday with that cold front it is out to sea.
there might even be a passing flurry far north and west toward the lehigh valley and the poconos early this sunday morning but take look at those storm reports funnel cloud reported just to the west of lancaster yesterday afternoon and evening. also some damage reports especially in the lehigh valley in berk county. hour by hour, a chilly start out there. bundle u 46 degrees that's it fr the afternoon high temperature but feels like temperatures much of the day stuck in the 30s. 50's will make a come back for your monday. 60s tuesday and wednesday little unsettled with some shower chances then it looks like maybe some snowflakes or flurries by friday. back over to you. >> snow after we just had 70s that sounds too cold. it's oscar weekend which means all of our favorite stars getting ready to light up the red carpet with their flawless skin. here to show us how we can sparkle and shine like the top celebs dr. steven davis. hello. >> good morning. >> how are you. >> good. how are you guys. >> good. >> i need some of this.
i'm having break out. i'm not looking like a celebrity or star. >> you going to the oscars. >> no. but i want to look like them. >> you kind of do already. >> they're doing laser treatments. here's the thing. i'm a plastic surgeon so i talk about this and see this every day. >> yes. >> but the truth is, we know when someone is looking really good for their age or when someone is not. upping by the water cooler tomorrow after these oscars people are going to talk about who looked good, who looked young, who looked old and that's really what's happening with you know by taking a look at someone's skin you can tell if they look old or not. >> yes. >> so the products and things and the lasers together. >> yes. >> work magic to make things look really really good. >> okay. >> so what are we talking, like, i always hear laser i think ouch. >> i know. >> here's where we've come. lace sr. used to mean that you're going to have to burn the skin and it's going to take weeks and months for this thing to really get better. >> right. it's not like that any more.
these laser treatments now really do things that are specific. so for instance one of the ones that we're using and i know it's been used all over hollywood getting ready for the oscars is something called broad band light. the old name for it was a photo facial. it really isn't a laser it's this intense pulsed light that takes care of all the signs that you would say someone has aging skin. so if i showed i was peace of skin and it had brown spot. >> yes. >> it had little wrinkles. the texture of it didn't look good, and if someone like coloring was like miss matched it didn't look like couldn't fluent like his, see how nice and smooth that is. >> smooth. >> when it didn't look like you pick right away that's an older person. >> gotcha. in this broad band light or bbl takes care of all of those issues. what it does, it gets fine lines and wrinkles to go away and make the skin just a little bit more toned and firm and also will get someone like, for instance, like
a natalie portman, all right, who is pregnant. >> yes. >> sometimes women that have hormonal issues going on have these hyper pigmentation spots so the skin doesn't look all couldn't fluent it may look brown in areas or age spots. this will take care of all of that. even if you have little broken capillaries it's the laser that will go after all of that stuff and the beauty of it is, it's like after you use it, you go right back to work you go back to doing whatever you want to do. >> okay. if you're still scared like ah laser can you do something at home. >> you can. so i brought all these products with mow to talk to you about. this one a laser in a bottle. >> okay. >> basically -- is that the name of it. >> i should have called it that. it actually is my product because we went to the manufacturer and said, we want to put something in there that if someone doesn't wanted to anything in the office or kind of laser what could we they use on their skin every single day advanced brightening complex and in it it has very cool things like licorice which is like
anti-inflammatory type of thing and it does things that are going to make the skin appear more youthful without doing anything aggressive it to. it will take about four to sick weeks for to you see a result. >> okay. >> but it's a way of doing it. again, the best results would be someone who is using this and like piggybacks it with one of these finer lasers. >> okay. >> now, we brought in some other things. >> yes. >> so, again, trying to boost the skin and trying to make the skin look a little bit more youthful is what we're going tour. so if you wanting to a little deeper with the laser we're talking about minimal down time this next laser like an fraxel type of a laser which is going to go -- it heats up the tissues and make your skin firmer, thicker and more youthful. >> now pain, diss comfort, is it mild, severe? >> it's like topical cream that we would put on that numb the skin and literally win seconds it's done. and then more advanced thing would be something that we call the dna repair.
and what happens is over the course of time, our skin loses the ability to kind of repair itself. >> yes. >> it really damages our own dna. so uva, uvb's like radiation, does it. you don't have to get burn. a quantitative time. >> right. >> this actually helps our own body repair itself. again, you may have to start a little bit sooner than like the night before the academy awards. >> yeah. >> but we're saying that these lasers now are much more gentle than they ever were before. and you can really turn back the hands of time easily by just trying to take little bit of the responsibility by doing something on your own at home. >> so quickly. >> the laser treatments might cost up two thus san dollars. what are we saying we can get at home. >> these are all about a hundred dollars. >> okay. >> each one a hundred dollars and last eight weeks or so. so again you're putting very small amount on it before you go to bed at night. works very well. >> my mother always told me in my 20s you think you're too young start a skin regimen now.
>> that's true. it's all about prevention and anti aging all about prevention once you get turn really real older it's tough to turn it back. >> i know. >> i've been moisturizing since i was 14. >> now you're a poster child. >> since 16. >> where can people find you? >> we're at davis cps.com but davis cosmetic plastic surgeon. >> thanks for coming in. >> you're the best. >> thank you. >> 8:37. one of the industries biggest industry is calling out merrell streep. the controversy ahead of the oscars. that has more ski mountains to choose from than any other in the country. ♪
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>> angry al my favorite is ice box. old school. that is favorite -- old school one. >> put it in the ice box. >> some of the words people are thinking of i love it. >> it is good. oscar toss night, right? >> got to find something to we wear. now it's become drama. drama. carl lager felled is calling merrell streep cheap over her oscar dress. so he says he's working closely with her team to design an oscar night dress for the actress. her people called him after the gown was already being made and said, hey, we got another gown from someone else and they're going pay her to wear it. her people say hold on, hold on
that never really happened and one of her reps says it's quote against her personal moral code to accept money for wearing a dress. >> hmm. are we buying that? >> this is when you say hash tag hollywood problems. i never have had that problem. someone making me dress. someone else offers to pay me to wear it so now i got to call -- that sounds like break up, right. >> yes. how do you say it, what do you do? that's just drama. >> it doesn't surprise me drama we're talking about actors and actresses here. >> hollywood. >> over dress, though. >> i don't know. i can't relate. >> she just got a wax figure, too. >> she did. >> wow. >> do you know those little golden statues seven hun doctor dollars. >> a peace? >> to make. >> i would have thought more. >> i thought the same thing too. >> i'll take the swag bag. >> me, too. >> i want the swag bag. >> keep your statue it want to be nominated all the stuff that comes inside looking for the latest internet obsession you can find it in the kitchen but not in your own kitchen. people are going crazy for these mini cooking videos. >> stop it already. >> i know.
get your feed ready. they're sure to be the videos and pictures flooding everybody's timeline. >> what? >> whatever. >> do they eat that. >> is it edible. >> what's the point? >> it's art. >> speaking of art really cool -- local photographer is sharing his amazing art in his first museum show the 21st century way he got his big break. introduce you to him and tell you all about him -- i got to get together -- coming up after the break.
♪ thank goodness the confessed is happening in florida. look at that snow falling. >> whoo. can't drive fast with that kind of condition happening outside, scott. >> i mean, we're talking about a complete turn around from yesterday. high temperatures in the 70s and right now some flurries, yes, in sections of the pocono mountains. but take look outside of our studios. folks are bundled up. have the winter goer on so no more shorts. 37 degrees right now. but you factor in the wind it actually feels like 27 so that's how your body reacts really how you should dress. it feels like the teens. 14 right now in the poconos. it feels like 24 in wilmington. 30 degrees what it feels like in atlantic city. showers and severe thunderstorms kind of rumble through the delaware valley yesterday
afternoon and evening with that cold front. it's out to sea but you can see some flurry activity moving into the lehigh valley and also the poconos but we saw some heavy rainfall, lightning even several reports far north and west of wind damage a funnel cloud was reported in lancaster county. but once again, the severe weather threat is over and as we go hour by hour, blustery and noticeably colder for today. 46 degrees by 3:00 o'clock. the afternoon high temperature but believe it or not that is seasonal for this time of year. mid 40s down the shore. 42 in the lehigh valley so once again, we were in the 70s just yesterday. today haass high 46. 56 degrees as we move toward tomorrow. then back into the 60s tuesday. and wednesday and then it turns colder by next friday and into saturday maybe even some snow flurries by next friday. back over to you. >> ♪
known to his 62,000 followers on instagram as under score xst we call him sean thee roar inmate art garnered attention for have particular style. his photography even inspired the cinematographer the oscar nominated moonlight. sean. >> hi. >> welcome. >> pleasure to meet you. >> thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> did you get a call? how did you fine out about the moonlight connection. >> that was a slide in the dm right there. >> was it? >> that's good slide in. that was the best dm ever. >> can you tell us about the dm. sometimes you have to talk about -- >> it's okay. you know the sip ma to have reached out wanted to say how much he appreciated what i was doing and told me that the director as well felt that my work was a big influence on what they did, so it was a surprise to me because i've gone through the past couple of months people saying have you worked on moonlight, did you do anything with it? i was like i have no idea but i loved it. when i was watching the movie there were periods of time i was like wow, you know, i would do
this shot or that shot or this shot. it was really nice thing. >> did you pat yourself on the back yet. >> well, you know. >> we'll do it. >> yeah. >> congratulations. that's a big deal. >> thank you. >> how did this all start? was it just a hobby? something you knew your whole life you wanted to do? >> he will were, it started out, you know, as i was an artist. i was a painter, and i decided to walk away from it for awhile. >> okay. >> then when i decided to come back to it i found i couldn't paint any more. i didn't have the technique down. >> really? >> i decided to start shooting photographer. and i, you know, it just kind of grew, and, um, when i discover having like a little bit of a talent with it i sort of developed my own sense of style based on what i wanted to paint. >> it's like a professional feel here. >> thank you. >> this isn't a start up. >> no crew or cast. >> none of that. >> i'm not sure you used a filter to tell you the truth. >> kind of mistake. it was a fantastic mistake. >> it was.
talk about your style. i notice very unique style when i looked through scoping your instagram page. >> well, i focus most of my attention on african-americans and african-american communiti communities. >> okay. >> and i draw from different pieces of literature. invisible man. you know, things like -- things that have guided african-american culture i use as my sort of visual cues. >> okay. so i try to turn that into my story line, and the people that are in my stories are actually characters visual narrative. that's what it differ. you'll see people again and again and they'll sort of row happen peer different types of characters. >> are you the guy that we see walking through philadelphia always with the camera. >> i always have a camera but you don't notice that i have camera. >> i'm very low key. very low key with it. >> you're museum first museum credit. >> african-american museum here in philadelphia. >> that's an honor. lifetime dream. >> absolutely. >> being a philadelphian, a black artist in philadelphia. so -- >> right here black history
month as well. >> yeah. explain the theme of that exhibit. >> well it's called church of broken pieces. >> okay. >> i use it that as a metaphor diss contract the monolithic idea of blackness all sorts of pan african i and different like points of view within the diaspora and mostly focused on millennials much this is a portrait series of millennials and where they're going and their stories. >> we don't know where they're going. >> no, we don't. >> it's so new. >> right, right. >> it runs through april 2nd. >> yes. >> very very cool. >> let's talk about roar social media following. 62,000 people. >> i don't know all of them. >> how did you get to that number? >> it kind of grew in like large lumps. i would do an instagram take over every now and again, so i would do it a takeover and then 10,000 sand or five people would follow. >> what's takeover. >> takeover is a company or media agency, hey, we like what you do. would you takeover for a week, a month, however long, and that grew my following pretty large and there was instagram feature
and smithsonian cover i had magazine cover with the smithsonian and that helped get it to where it is. >> can you take over mine? >> i would love to. >> i have 10,000 followers. >> before you go, since you're a photographer -- >> yes. >> the selfie is the thing people us a do now, right? >> yes. >> that dumps down your game. he's like a selfie, are you going to ask me about a selfie. >> that's okay. >> we'll make you sake selfie. we'll post it. >> the pressure is on. >> i've never done a selfie. >> no pictures of me selfie on my page. >> that's true. >> this is a first. >> this is first. >> i'll give you my fancy camera. >> you want to get it. >> you, sean and i -- sean and lauren. >> let's do this. >> tell us the key to the self selfie. >> the key first of all, let's get this exposure right. >> he's working on the exposure. >> there you go. >> i didn't even know you can do exposure. cap right there and get it faux cuff. >> got it. >> make sure everybody is in the composition mode and everybody go cheesy. >> cheese! >> and that's it pretty much. >> that's it. make sure you have a steady
hasn't. that's a big thing. >> that's was need a steady hand. >> steady hand. >> what about a selfie stick. >> don't do that. >> why? you will be mocked and ridiculed. >> that's true. you knock over things in museum and they put you out. >> we don't want that. >> thing about selfie stick it's a tripod, too. >> is it? that's true. >> i own a selfie stick but i don't use it as selfie stick. i use it as a tripod. i'm just saying. >> he sounds like a pro. i like that. >> sean, thank you for stopping by. >> thank you very much. we'll take a quick break and be right back. ♪
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