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In 2016, Kay was inducted into the New York State Baseball Hall of Fame. He and his wife, Jodi, were married in February 2011 and have a daughter, Caledonia Rose, born in January 2013 and a son, Charles Applegate, born in November 2014.

Al Leiter
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Al Leiter enters his 12th year with the YES Network using insight gained from his 19 years as a player in the Major Leagues. He is also an analyst for the MLB Network, where he was nominated for National Emmy Awards in 2010 and 2012. Additionally, he was nominated for a New York Emmy Award in 2014.

Prior to signing with YES, Leiter worked as a postseason game analyst for FOX Sports and ESPN.

Originally drafted by the Yankees in 1984, Leiter played parts of 19 professional seasons with the Yankees (1987-89, 2005), Toronto Blue Jays (1989-95), Florida Marlins (1996-97, 2005) and New York Mets (1998-2004). He was a two-time All-Star (1996, 2000) and was a part of two World Championship teams (Toronto in 1993 and Florida in 1997). On May 11, 1996, Leiter tossed the first no-hitter in Marlins history in an 11-0 win vs. Colorado.

For his community work, he was honored by MLB with the Roberto Clemente Award in 2000 and the Bart Giamatti Award in 2002. Also in 2002, he was appointed to the board of directors of the Twin Towers Fund in NYC. He was named the March of Dimes "Sportsman of the Year" in 2003 and the John C. Mara "Sportsman of the Year" in 2004 by the Catholic Youth Organization. He also created "Leiter's Landing," a charitable organization committed to the betterment of youth through education, health care and social and community service.

A native of Bayville, N.J., Leiter was inducted into the New Jersey Sports Writers Association Hall of Fame in January 2012. He also served as master of ceremonies at New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's first induction ceremony at City Hall in 2002.

Bob Lorenz
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Bob Lorenz returns for his 14th year with the YES Network, serving as the primary studio anchor for Yankees pre- and post-game shows. Lorenz also serves as the host of the Brooklyn Nets pre- and post-game shows, as well as the network's Yankees Hot Stove and Emmy Award-winning Forbes SportsMoney programs. Lorenz has won 14 Emmy Awards during his time with the YES Network. In April 2011, he won his third consecutive New York Emmy Award recognizing him as the top sports anchor in New York.

Prior to joining the YES Network in 2003, Lorenz served as an anchor for CNN/Sports Illustrated, which he joined in April of 1991. He hosted CNN's signature weekly sports programming, including NFL Preview, College Football Preview, This Week in the NBA, SI Cover to Cover and Page One. He also hosted CNN's weekly baseball show from 1992 to 1996 and, from 1994 to 1996, hosted CNN's College Basketball Preview and College Coaches Corner. In addition to those duties, Lorenz also worked on a variety of programs for CNN's sister networks TBS and TNT, hosting Super Bowl specials and serving as back-up host on Inside the NBA on TNT.

September 5th, 2017 by Jason Rose

In the Bi-Rite family of businesses, we’re lucky to have an amazingly talented crew to bring you good food, from the smiling faces scooping up the newest flavor at the Creamery, to our buyers selecting the best, most flavorful products for the markets, to our operations teams making sure everything runs smoothly.

For the next few weeks, we’re giving a little extra love to the amazingly talented chefs behind the scenes at Bi-Rite, with a focus on their passion for our Dinner offerings. With experience at some of the top restaurants around the country and a truecommitmentto what they do, the chefs at Bi-Rite bring to life our philosophy of love, passion and integrity through our evening dinners. Each day the chefs craft their own dinner menu, featuring new dishes alongside some eternal favorites, and then have everything ready for you starting at 4:30pm, so you can stop in and grab a delicious, prepared meal to go.

Get to know the chefs that can help you get Dinner Ready every day.

Noel Franco, Sous Chef, Bi-Rite Market 18th Street

Chef Noel Franco has had a diverse culinary career in the Bay Area. He hasn’t shied away from a challenge, be it restaurants, food trucks, large scale banquets, butchering, or the kitchens of Bi-Rite.

He loves cooking with garlic: whether sautéing to get a nutty flavor, roasting a full head, or adding it raw to offer some heat to a dish.

Chef Noel enjoys the freedom of Bi-Rite Dinner, given that his “office” is a kitchen located within a grocery story. He says, “I can walk down an aisle and grab an item off the shelf and cook with it. This is the job chefs dream of. It gives me the freedom to try different cooking techniques as often as I like too. You have the freedom to come in every day with a blank slate, create a whole new menu as unique and challenging as you would like, and cook it.”

Jason Sumner, Sous Chef, Bi-Rite Market Divisadero

Chef Jason Sumner loves bright flavors and colors, and he has the highest respect for food, especially cheeses, honey, and farm-direct produce.

He loves the creative aspects of Bi-Rite dinner. For one, dinner chefs can try new things that may eventually take off in other areas of the store, from the deli case, to prepared foods, to the regular dinner menu offerings. Plus, utilizing ingredients that might otherwise go to waste helps respect the produce and meat that might otherwise go back out to pasture.

In Jason’s opinion, Bi-Rite Dinner helps separate Bi-Rite from other markets. “Our guests can get restaurant quality meals every night of the week, and they depend on making it part of their evening. Whether it coincides with their shopping or they are coming specifically for dinner, they know dinner is coming.”

Jay Abrams, Chef of Culinary Innovation

Jay Abrams is our chef of Culinary Innovation at Bi-Rite, and he’s earned his kitchen cred working in kitchens in and around the Bay Area. His close relationships with local farmers and ranchers combined with his experience in fine dining allows Chef Jay to develop our prepared and house-made food at Bi-Rite. Fun fact: he’s an avid oil painter and channels that creativity through the food he makes.

We love his passion for bringing our guests joy and satisfaction through what they eat.

Chef Jay’s favorite ingredient to work with is chilies! He says, “They can be subtle yet provide a complex palate adding heat, sweetness, meatiness, earthiness and sour flavors. Chilies are also one of the most versatile ingredients often found in cuisinesthroughout the world. They’re great on their own, fermented into pastes and sauces, or even pickled.”

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It’s all thanks to open source information and user-generated content. As chapters and case studies in this Handbook detail, this same material is being used by investigative journalists in Africa and by groups such as Amnesty International and WITNESS to expose fraud, document war crimes and to help the wrongly accused defend themselves in court.

This companion to the original Verification Handbook offers detailed guidance and illustrative case studies to help journalists, human rights workers and others verify and use open source information and user-generated content in service of investigative projects.

With so much information circulating and available on social networks, in public databases and via other open sources, it’s essential that journalists and others are equipped with the skills and knowledge to search, research and verify this information in order to use it in accurate and ethical ways.

This Handbook provides the fundamentals of online search and research techniques for investigations; details techniques for UGC investigations; offers best practices for evaluating and verifying open data; provides workflow advice for fact-checking investigative projects; and outlines ethical approaches to incorporating UGC in investigations.

The initial Verification Handbook focused on verification fundamentals and offered step-by-step guidance on how to verify user-generated content for breaking news coverage. This companion Handbook goes deeper into search, research, fact-checking and data journalism techniques and tools that can aid investigative projects. At the core of each chapter is a focus on enabling you to surface credible information from publicly available sources, while at the same time offering tips and techniques to help test and verify what you’ve found.

As with the verification of user-generated content in breaking news situations, some fundamentals of verification apply in an investigative context. Some of those fundamentals, which were detailed in the original Handbook , are:

Journalist Steve Buttry, who wrote the Verification Fundamentals chapter in the original Handbook, said that verification is a mix of three elements:

This Handbook has a particular focus on the third element: documentation. Whether it is using search engines more effectively to gather documentation, examining videos uploaded to YouTube for critical evidence, or evaluating data gathered from an entity or database, it’s essential that investigators have the necessary skills to acquire and verify documentation.

Just as we know that human memory is faulty and that sources lie, we must also remember that documents and data aren’t always what they appear. This Handbook offers some fundamental guidance and case studies to help anyone use open source information and user-generated content in investigations — and to verify that information so that it buttresses an investigation and helps achieve the goal of bringing light to hidden truths.

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