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"18 97" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"18 97" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"All summer long hides, and now I look back at this weekend. In history. On I heart radio this week in 18 97 25 year old London Taxi driver named George Smith becomes the first person ever arrested for drunk driving after slamming his cab into a building. Smith later pled guilty and was fined 25 Shillings in the United States. The first laws against operating motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol went into effect in New York in 19 10th jumping way ahead this week in 1974, in a controversial executive action. President Gerald Ford pardons his disgraced predecessor, Richard Nixon. For any crimes he may have committed or participated in while in office. Ford later defended his action before the House Judiciary Committee, explaining that he wanted to end the national divisions created by the Watergate scandal. This week in 1987, the thriller Fatal Attraction about a married man who has an affair with a woman who then becomes obsessed with him and stocks, his family premieres and select U. S theaters. Fatal Attraction, which starred Michael Douglas and Glenn Close, was a box office hit and garnered six Academy Award nominations. Including best picture best director and best actress. And this week in 1993, the rebuilt Lacey v. Murrow Bridge over Lake Washington opens in Seattle. It replaced the original Murrow Bridge, first floating concrete bridge in the world, which was destroyed by a flood in November of 1990. When the bridge finally reopened, it closed one of the last remaining gaps in the interstate highway system. A person could drive from Boston to Seattle without ever leaving. I 90 and then what happened? All right. Welcome back to the Daily dive weekend edition. President Biden is going to be campaigning for.

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"18 97" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"18 97" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Medical professionals. Call 1 802 221222 anytime anywhere, Save the number, save a life brought to you by the US Department of Health and Human Services. And now I look back at this week in history on I Heart radio this week in 18 97 25 year old London taxi driver named George Smith becomes the first person ever arrested for drunk driving. After slamming his cab into a building. Smith later pled guilty and was fined 25 Shillings in the United States. The first laws against operating motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol went into effect in New York, 1910 jumping way ahead this week in 19 7. Four In a controversial executive action President Gerald Ford pardons his disgraced predecessor, Richard Nixon, for any crimes he may have committed or participated in while in office. Ford later defended his action before the House Judiciary Committee, explaining that he wanted to end the national divisions created by the Watergate scandal this week in 1987, the thriller Fatal Attraction. Sitting in the morning song. I'll be sitting in the car Marvin Gaye born on this day watching the ship. Okay? 80 years ago. In Dawson, Georgia. It would be raised in nearby Dawson. Sorry nearby, making.

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"18 97" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"18 97" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Take away from this. You're going to be okay. I'm Amy Brown, co host of the Bobby Bone Shell and host of four things with Amy Brown podcast and I'm Lisa, him registered dietitian, Wellness blogger and host of the Truth is Life podcast In early 2020. We got together to break the stigma and expose the truth about disordered eating and a four part podcast series called Outweigh. We were shocked by the support and the love that Series got and we realized this is really an ongoing conversation, and it deserves to be its own weekly podcast. And in this new weekly outweigh podcast you'll hear from people just like you sharing their disordered eating stories. Plus, we're gonna bring on experts to help guide and navigate this territory. And of course, you'll learn about our personal journeys along the way. We look forward to you joining us each week so that you never lose sight. Life without disordered eating outweighs everything. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one app and now I look back at this week in history on I Heart radio this week in 18 97 25 year old London Taxi driver named George Smith becomes the first person ever arrested for drunk driving after slamming his cab into a building. Smith later pledged. Guilty and was fined 25 Shillings in the United States. The first laws against operating motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol went into effect in New York in 1910 jumping way ahead this week in 1974, in a controversial executive action, President Gerald Ford pardons his disgraced predecessor, Richard Nixon, for any crimes he may have committed or participated in while in office. Ford later defended his action before the House Judiciary Committee, explaining that he wanted to end the national division. Created by the Watergate scandal this week in 1987, the thriller Fatal Attraction about a married man who has an affair with a woman who then becomes obsessed with him and stalks. His family premieres in select U. S theaters. Fatal Attraction, which starred Michael Douglas and Glenn Close,.

"18 97" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:03 min | 2 months ago

"18 97" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The origin story of the Miami Indians of Indiana says they came out of the water near the mouth of the Saint Joseph River near South Bend. According to that oral history, the Miami are the only Indian tribe in the state that has a story of origin that originates here. But even though the Miami have a kinship with the land and water of Indiana, they do not have the Federal recognition that they once had. The federal recognition of the tribe was launched to an opinion by the under secretary of the interior in 18 97. Since then, the tribe has been seeking to regain that recognition and that status federally recognized tribes are sovereign nations. And so when the United States deals with countries like Brazil or Mexico or Germany, they're dealing with sovereign nations and the same thing. It's true when the United States deals with Indian tribes price over Meyer, a tribal representative of the Delaware Indians, explains what that recognition would mean. The citizens of tribal nations have political citizenship in a sovereign nation, as opposed to simply having native American descent for heritage. Miami now exist in Indiana as a non profit. They have a principal chief and tribal government. But Congress has consistently refused federal recognition, which they seek. Obermeyer says, Like the Miami the Delaware had their land taken away Little by little before the large removal by settlers who came here illegally settled on Indian land and stayed despite petitions from the Indians who by treaty had the land. I think that incrementalism is something that we don't often get totter don't often understand. We think of removal is maybe involving the military or involving Some kind of forced removal. But in fact for the Delaware's and many tribes from the Midwest of the Chinese would be included. The Miami's will be included. The big story was encroachment and people just illegally taking resources and illegally.

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"18 97" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"18 97" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"August 30th 2013. Based on a true story, 12 years, a slave has its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival. It's a critical and commercial hit, winning Oscars for best Picture. Adapted screenplay and supporting actress for Lupita in Django. August. 31st 18 97 Thomas Citizen, receives a patent for his Conetta graphic camera specifically designed to take sequential pictures at high speeds and making it the forerunner to today's motion picture recording technology. September. 3rd 1991, legendary writer producer and director, Frank Capra passes away at age 94. His career spanned over four decades and included such classics as Mr Smith Goes to Washington, and it's a Wonderful life. September 4th 1981, singer songwriter, actress and producer Beyonce Knowles is born in Houston. She sold over 100 million records worldwide and appeared in nearly a dozen films, including several projects She's written, produced and direct. Did September 5th 1976 Jim Henson's creation score their mainstream breakthrough with the debut of the Muppet Show. Since then, the Muppet franchise has grown to include films, toys, animated and Live action TV series, and that's the week in home. Use radio 9 21 Oh, 47 FM. Live from the Matthews Brothers studio. 844 540 to.

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"18 97" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:35 min | 2 months ago

"18 97" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Will find Change. Stop finding one night will remind you. Oh, don't show number two any way you want it, baby fortune, she said. That's the way anyway, I said You want. I'm sorry. Anyway. You want number one? Don't stop believing don't stop believing Hold on to be like by hear more from journey and similar artists Now search for journey on I Heart radio. All your favorite music, all your favorite stations all free and now I look back at this week in history on I Heart radio this week in 18 97. Thomas Edison receives a patent for his movie camera. The Kaneto graph. Edison had developed the camera and its viewer in the early 18 nineties and staged several demonstrations. Unlike his earlier cameras, Edison's Conetta scope and Conetta graph used a celluloid film. Invented by George Eastman 18 89 In February, 18 93 Edison built a small movie studio that can be rotated to capture the best available sunlight jumping ahead. This week in 1969, America's first ATM makes its public debut dispensing cash to customers at Chemical Bank in Rockville Center, New York ATMs went on to revolutionize the banking industry, eliminating the need to visit a bank to conduct basic financial transactions this week in 1972, and what was billed as the match of this Century American chess grandmaster Bobby Fischer defeats Russian Boris Spassky during the World Chess championship in Reykjavik, Iceland. In the world's most publicized title match ever played. Fisher, a 29 year old Brooklynite became the first American to win the competition since its inception in 18 66. The victory also marked the first time a non Russian had won the event in 24 years. And this week in 1985 73 years after it sank to the North Atlantic Ocean floor, a joint US French expedition locates the wreck of the RMS Titanic. The sunken ship was about 400 miles east of Newfoundland. In the North Atlantic. Some 13,000 ft. Below the surface. Titanic is now routinely explored in several 1000 artifacts have been recovered. And that's what.

"18 97" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"18 97" Discussed on WTVN

"The week in Hollywood history. August 30th 2013, based on a true story, 12 years, a slave has its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival. It's a critical and commercial hit, winning Oscars for best picture, Adapted screenplay and supporting actress for Lupita in Django. August. 31st 18 97 Thomas Edison receives a patent for his Connecticut graphic camera specifically designed to take sequential pictures at high speeds and making it the forerunner to today's motion picture recording technology. September. 3rd 1991, legendary writer producer and director, Frank Capra passes away at age 94. His career spanned over four decades and included such classics as Mr Smith Goes to Washington, and it's a Wonderful life. September 4th 1981, singer songwriter, actress and producer Beyonce Knowles is born in Houston. She sold over 100 million records worldwide and appeared in nearly a dozen films, including several projects She's written, produced and direct. Did. September. 5th 1976 Jim Henson's creation score their mainstream breakthrough with the debut of the Muppet Show. Since then, the Muppet franchise has grown to include films, toys, animated and Live action TV series, and that's the week in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio. Alright when we come back by the way, we'll get to your phone calls also play the mumbling, bumbling, latest incoherent ran to the president from earlier today. One thing that didn't get a lot of play is, you know so much for the Biden administrations trust of the great Taliban. Um and they're upholding their agreement and and even when we're gone, we have faith in them, according to our secretary of state, because We now have retired Green Beret commander Scott Man helping to lead a rescue mission to evacuate Afghan allies. Yeah, he was on Fox News today, saying that the Taliban is preventing hundreds of Americans from getting inside. Karzai International airport and their gates to access their flights. And he warned that as the withdrawal deadline is quickly approaching, they'll all be trapped behind enemy lines, which is what we've been telling you. Anyway. Biden's answer. Incoherent, mumbling, bung bumbling stupidity and your calls coming up next. Hannity tonight at nine. Hey, there's.

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"18 97" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:26 min | 5 months ago

"18 97" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sure. The history of the Benin artifacts is quite precise. Simply because it's probably one of the most well documented act of colonial lutein. That took place in the winter of 18 97 when the British Navy Under the pretext of what they called a punitive expedition to the kingdom of Benin, which was the most powerful kingdom in what was called oil rivers. That is southern today's southern Nigeria. The attempt to seize control of the trade in the region from the kingdom. Made it necessary on the part of the British, too. Vanquish the other of the name. And they did that in a number of ways, signing a bogus treaties and so forth. But in 18 96 1 of their captains, British captain Phillips took and uh and entourage Into Benin at a time when he was one not to enter the kingdom was an holy period that he did anyway. He was attacked and some of these men were killed. The British, then use that as an opportunity to invade, burn down and loot the palace. But before they went on that, um, expedition They had already sent word to the foreign office in England, indicating that the palace had tremendous treasures, which if they were taken back to England and sold To pay for the cost of the expedition. In other words, they knew what they were going to do in the kingdom of Benin, which was to em back on the military expedition, actualize the goal of empire and still have the billion people pay for it by virtue of seizing their treasures and selling it, selling them off to Uh buyers, museums and so forth in Europe in 18 98, which was when the the government of Britain organized the first auction sale just a year after the expedition. And that's how these objects spread across Europe and eventually, the United States. So that history is so critical and valuable to know this idea that that there was a clear understanding about what that choice was and the ways that it was connected to a particular kind of fiscal, um, calculus. Karen, can you help us to then put that history into a contemporary context and say, Why then does it matter for these objects to be returned? Mhm. So I think it is a really important, um, really important point that was brought up. I mean, just about this history that even museums and many of these institutions were part of And and you're part of the colonizing project would send letters to militaries asking them to bring back um these these treasures and I think and not just treasures for for, you know, fiscal enrichment, but but really is as, uh Has basically trophies of the conquest under the pretext that we the victors.

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"18 97" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

08:15 min | 6 months ago

"18 97" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Now that you're going to want to hear about Hey, it's Fisher. It's extreme jeans, America's family history show and extreme jeans dot com and I'm delighted to have on the line from the friends of the Public garden. This visa. Who's got a huge project going on? And she needs the help of genies everywhere. Great to have you on the show is well, thanks so much, guys great to be here. So tell me about the Shaw 54th Regimental Memorial Project. Yeah, Terrific. Well, I am the president of the Friends of the Public Garden and the Friends of the Public Garden has been working for the last 50 years with the city to care for the Boston Common, the Public Garden and Commonwealth Avenue Mall on the Boston Common. There is a incredibly significant memorial. The shot 54th memorial, and it has been there since 18 97 when it was created by Augusta ST Gardens to memorialize A really important regiment, The 54th Regiment, which was the first regiment that was organized in the north of African American soldiers to go down south and fight for their freedom. So it was a groundbreaking moment during the Civil War. The monument was groundbreaking, but just the Saint Johns. It was considered a success when it was unveiled, and it's now considered if not one of, maybe be. Most significant pieces of public art in the country and one of the 10 monuments that changed America. Wow, it's really a fabulous piece of art. And it's the first time that African Americans were shown as individuals and not as caricatures. Thank God is bright. African American men into his studio and molded and modeled specific faces a young drummer boy, a grizzled older soldier and marching along with their commander. Robert Gould Shaw. He's on a horse and they walking beside him. Another thing that's significant about this monument is that we either have a question monuments or we have A single soldier you will see and themselves and the North, the individual common man memorials as you would either a civil War soldier Southern soldier in the South era northern soldier in the north. So this is a monument that broke new ground by combining the men and the leader in one monument. And, of course, many of us are familiar with the story because of the movie Glory, which starred Matthew Broderick is Colonel Robert Gould Shaw. And it's really significant thing, especially at this time, as we think back to 150 years now actually is coming up on 156 right since the end of the Civil War. As long as you have been caring for this monument back into the 19 eighties, there's still some issues going on with it that have caused some problems. Yeah, exactly. So we did significant restoration in the early 19 eighties, and we've been caring for it ever since. And despite that chair, water has worked its way into the monument and down into the foundation. And when our stone conservative was doing some work about five or six years ago now he noticed some displacement of stones and some stress fracturing on the bronze. When he pulled out the stones on the bottom and looked down into the foundation. He realized it was a brick foundation. It was beginning to deteriorate and we needed to do a fundamental reconstruction of that foundation. So because of that, we joined forces. The monument is owned by the city of Boston. So we created a partnership between the city of Boston, the National Park Service. This is also a very significant monument along the Black Heritage Trail in Boston. We have a national park system in Boston that includes this monument and the story of African Americans that lived in Beacon Hill in Boston in this 16th and 17th centuries 18th centuries as well as the Museum of African American history. So it's a $3 million project. We've removed everything from the plaza level up, bringing the bronze took bronze Conservation Studio, the stone to Stone Conservation Studio and rebuilding that foundation. What's also exciting about this project. Is that we have worked on this is a platform for dialogue about race is social justice. As you say, This is irrelevant time. It's an important time and this monument stands for something. So did these men fight and march and risk their lives or not, You know, how are we doing in the realm of racial justice today has been a particularly important time this year. To be having those important conversations, so it's been a significant restoration. It's been a wonderful opportunity for dialogue, and these men in the 54th have defendants. And we know some of them here. We have a wonderful reenactment company in Boston, the 54th reenactors and they come and work with us, and we're having outdoor event and some of them are direct descendants. And we would love to find more. Well, that's where genies everywhere can come in and help with this project because you've got the big rededication coming up. What in the fall in Boston? And it would be awesome to have as many descendants there as possible from the 54th. Absolutely. We're having unveiling around Memorial Day weekend when the work will be finished, and we're having a major rededication October 20th. We hope to have some national figures come and help us rededicate this incredible memorial and it really looking for as many descendants as possible to come. We will invite them to come to the rededication or attend to be a livestream virtually because it will be a hybrid event. We are not exactly sure we will be with Covid restrictions. By the time we get into October 20th, but we hope we can have his Many people on site There will be many more people that will be able to come and won't be able to be there physically because of restrictions on numbers. But we will love to have as many descendants as possible find their way to us and find their way to this great ceremony. So how many members of the 54th do we know there were what was the number That's a good question. I don't know the answer, but I do know that many of them died at Fort Wagner on July 18th 18 63 and on the back of the memorial is inscribed the names of members of the 54th, who died in battle either in Fort Wagner or died in other subsequent battles, or who were wounded in battle and died later on that battle killed many, many of them. So what if many of these people didn't have any descendants? Would you be interested in nieces and nephews? People connected to this or should we stick just to the direct? Well, when you say a defendant is in Isa descendant, or is it or is that that's a relevant? It's a relative. Yeah, I think we're hoping to find descendants. That would be our prime priority there. Did you try and find descendants of the 50 force for sure. How many do you have so far? You know, we have a handful. You know, we we probably have under 10. But the National Park Service is doing a project the faces of the 54th and there will be pretty soon having a searchable database. And I would love to say that at some point in the in the near future we will have on our website. Some connection that people can go if they think that they might be a defender or no. A defendant go and do a little bit of searching around and find out. Yeah, that's what we've got to have as a place for people to go. Obviously, we could do a lot of research on this and hopefully find some living descendants. And perhaps make some contact with them and make them aware of the project that is coming up and I would imagine there are a lot of descendants who don't know their descendants, and that's going to be part of the process as well. Right? No, absolutely. So again, the National Park Service is, you know, finding soldiers and officers and from February 18 63 did August 18 65 is when they served. And this data will include the men's age. The enlistment, the mustering out dates, you know some information about them. I'm looking now at the database information. It looks like there are 1500 men listed in the database so far, so I think that we have a lot of opportunities for people to connect. Yes, I would think so. And I would imagine a good way to start with that would be to work with family search or ancestry dot com. And see if some descendants have already shown some of these.

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"18 97" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"18 97" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The gold that put it in your name in your vault with your name on it, and they take care of it. Until you're 62 can begin withdrawing it cold this morning. Is it 18 97 basically unchanged from yesterday 18 97 up about $200 since I told you I can't take on below 1700 not a size. It was last year when it was 2000. My by point. Interestingly enough is 2000 because that means hyperinflation might be around the corner. The 10 year Treasury drop down to 1.591% as the Fed continues to embrace modern monetary policy MMP. We'll talk about that in the future with Brian Wesbury. What That means is printing money. It really does just mean print money. There is no limit to the amount of dollars the United States can expand the bed combined Bonds, etcetera. It's an endless merry go round. It doesn't make a lot of sense to me. I'm not an economist, nor by ever been an economist. But don't make a lot of sense to a lot of economists, especially none of the Chicago school So I the big business trade the day, which is a woman and a woman for the world Activists likely to gain third seat on X on board. Activist investor is likely to pick up a third seat on the board of Action, giving it additional leverage to press the oil giant to address investor discontent. About diminished profits and its fossil fuel focus. Strategy amid currents earns about climate change. Excellent, said Wednesday that an updated vote count showed Cheryl Ders back the third nominee of engine number one Upstart hedge fund that it already won two board seats of Exxon's annual shareholder meeting last week. The final vote hasn't been certified. Exxon said it could take weeks or days to be finalized, according to people familiar with the matter. Engine number One, which owns a tiny fraction of Exxon stock, had sought four seats on the board and argued that the Texas oil giant should commit the carbon neutrality, effectively bringing its emissions to zero. Up from the company and its products by 2050. Has some peers have If the preliminary voting results hold, it will control a quarter of Exxon's 12 person felt bored now a couple of observations about this did you even know that the proxy fight was going on? No. I think Exxon ran a terrible campaign. They didn't reach out. For example to me. I do have business story every single hour. One segment on a key business story. Didn't know there was an Exxon proxy fight going on, Did you? Do you have any Exxon shares? Do you know if you have any Exxon shares? You know if your mutual funds of any Exxon shares What do you think of an oil company is committing to carbon neutrality? Not to the world, making it the carbon neutral, not the carbon capture. Not that anything like that. Who knows what that even means? Did you know about it? So Exxon, simply committed malpractice. They didn't know how to communicate. They didn't know how to effectively argue they didn't make an appearance or CEO didn't go out there and make the argument that this is crazy and suicidal and would destroy value of the shareholders. So now Engine number one. Some hedge fund committed to some agenda that we know nothing about controls one third of the streets of Exxon. And not my company. I don't think I own any of it. If it's in one of the mutual funds on I don't know. I don't I don't invest. I am one stock, Amazon and other pal Inter For compliance. They count two stocks, but those the only ones I follow, but I'll tell you what In hospital investors take over a quarter of your board..

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"18 97" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:49 min | 7 months ago

"18 97" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I think so far of 2021. Let's get into a couple of other good things that felt good yesterday about the Warriors. Get the win last night over the thunder, 1 18 97 the game they were supposed to win. It's a game. They did win and it's game, the Steve Kerr said afterwards. Hey, we took care of business in this one specifically when it came to rebounding. That's why we came away with the W I just like that. We took care of business. You know, I thought we played a pretty Pretty solid game. You know, our defense was good. We basically took care of the ball and rebounded. Well, you know, we out rebounded them by 10. They They're one of the best offensive rebounding teams in the league, and we really Took care of the glass, so all good stuff. Lot of guys played. Well, you know, we just did what we had to do. You know, there's a lot of questions, and I don't you know, midway through the season, when when Steph and I don't even know if that was midway. Maybe Ah, month ago, when Steph was in the midst of the hottest stretch of his career, we were talking about which teams would not want to run into the Warriors. We've got great sound from that Laker fan who said, I don't want to play that that maniac up and that psycho path I've been up in the Bay Area. Steph Curry, Michael for 80, he said on the Lakers if they have to go up against them, and stuff has that type of Human towards explosive ability right like he could blow a team out by himself. Almost, you know, one game playoff for in a play in time tournament now, over the course of a seven game Syriza. I don't know how we feel about the Warriors really against anybody. I know people are saying you want to play that team in a seven game series. I don't know that I could see the Warriors really right now beaten any team in the postseason over a seven game set. That's Ah. Just based on the rotation based on the health of this team. Damian Lee was AH, story yesterday we found out he's sort of one of these. I don't call it an anomaly. But he's one of these cases where he got the covert vaccine and then tested positive for covert 19. So he's been in the protocol for the last couple of weeks, and we hadn't had a whole lot of information. They finally told us yesterday and Jamie Lee admitted yesterday. Yeah, I tested positive for covert and he's out of the protocol now was at the game he was in, you know, sweat pants or a sweatshirt and everything and They talked about when he may be able to return. He was a huge part of their little like up mid season surge in the hope that they be a dangerous team into the postseason. He said that he doesn't see himself playing anytime soon. He's gonna get some chest trays like this is the other thing that people talking about not wearing masks or not get the vaccine. Still, it doesn't have to kill you to really mess with your life over 19. It didn't taken alter your well being considerably without you know, act like absolutely being the end all be all in your life. It can still totally hindered things that were normal for you. Eduardo Rodriguez of the Red Sox Don't with its got covert last year and had to miss the entirety. I think of the 60 game season because hey, was having chest problems because because of his respiratory system TV only a young, healthy guy in MBA player, an athlete a pro athlete and is dealing with their Steve Kerr after the game talking about Damian Lee contracted covert 19 what the future holds for him. Well, yeah, I mean, it's shocking..

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"18 97" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:31 min | 7 months ago

"18 97" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Maybe about 45 minutes An hour of What I'd call light to medium rain and surprising you just a little bit of miss Drizzle outside now, but it's not gonna hang around. We're looking at, you know, mid upper eighties pretty much towards the end of the week and nineties come this weekend. Those were the days brought to you by Brown Chevrolet. Rush Limbaugh's morning commentary All coming up in the next half hour today continues Teacher appreciation Week that's been going on since 1984 may 3rd through the seventh. National Teacher Day observed on the first Tuesday of the first full week of May and more than ready to show our appreciation those who have taught us everyone had that favorite teacher self inspired them. This day meant to honor them actually made by a teacher. And it's also Firefighter day We'll talk more about that. Everything you need to know about firefighters coming up at 6 40 going back to 1979. It was Game one of the Eastern Conference finals, Spurs bullets Here's your first flashback. Spurs flashback on May 4th 1979 the Spurs but on the road and opened up the Eastern Conference finals with 1 18 97 went over the Washington Bullets. George the Ice Man govern scored 31 Larry King and Snare 21.

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"18 97" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:02 min | 10 months ago

"18 97" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It's me, Rick Kogan. Talking to my pal Pat. Written about is really remarkable book which which, for me, which for anybody in Chicago will be revelation after revelation after revelation, and it will put Loop in its proper place, but path the loop was initially Kind of seen as a impossibly ugly kind of structure, wasn't it? Oh, l absolutely it it Z. In fact, I have a list in the book. They're of, of all the people who wanted to tear it down starting it. In fact, a year before it was finished. But then you know it was called the cancer by the Tribune in 1900. So that's three years old. That's called a camper. And then you know the good old tribute here down and you know, so it was. It was seen in this dirty loud. Ugly thing. And if you walked underneath it a pigeon could poop on you. Yeah, potentially dangerous. I know. I know. You also do And I was so glad to see this. You also Do a remarkable job of kind of burnishing the reputation of Charles Yorkies. Who my father, Chicago, his story of some note. It convinced me a long ago when I when I first encountered him in some book early on thought of him as this horrible notorious terrible man. You you do him justice. But could you tell people who he who he was and how you came to see him as Uh, more heroic and important than most people deem him. He was a guy who came from Philadelphia and got involved with the cable car. Uh, lines in Chicago to the point where it became the cable cars are. There was the unofficial thing of Azad private order. Then he got into the L line, and he's the one who Through a lot of a lot of things, including brilliance and trickery, Um, built the elevated loop that with the union loop, um and and, But throughout Chicago's history, he's been demonized as this like the worst. In fact, Harold Dickey's the guy who was on Franklin Roosevelt Eminence. Comparison him, But there's your keys. Get this. He compares your keys to emperor hero. He tow Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler. I mean, come on, come on, really? But anyway, so so he's had this bad press and he had a bad press even in the day when he was in Chicago when he built the elevated loop. The when it opened. Chicago normally had parades for everything. You know that they have a parade for. You know, some general showing up? Well, they didn't do that. In fact, what they were trying to do was hang. Hang your keys. Literally. They talked about hanging your keys. I don't think they actually wanted to hang him. Right? Right. Wanted to make a point that they walk around the Downtown guys would have on their lapels. These little nooses, you know, Um, anyway, they were mad at him because he wanted to get more money for his franchises, which you want to sell. Sure. Here's the problem was, they said, and they were absolutely correct that he was corrupt and he was he was, you know, bribe, but the drop of a hat need blackmail legislators and he would do all this the various stuff. And the problem is Carter Harris in the second pointed out, Woz. But they just didn't do it well enough. He was He was an expert, and he was like major league corruption. And they were then this Chicago powers that be were still minor league. So so he he did this, But in creating the elevated loop, he was a transit, visionary and earth and visionary, and then he goes to London. And in two or three years he gets the tube The four lines that had been stymied for the tube to make the tube the underground work in a way that we still use it today. So to big cities were shaped by his the things he did before he died. 1905. That must have been exciting. That must have been for you is a historian and writer and reporter. That must have you For you and exciting thing to come upon. You know it, too. To find what I think is sort of the hidden side of this man who's who's history's dust is just kicked him and beating him up and buried him in a In a not attractive plot. I think I consented in your voice, the other got lutely. Yeah. No. You get real excited when you're fighting stuff like that, and some of it was hiding in in Get out the open. You know that plane sacrifice for your guy named French did a really good job of his biography. But and he talked about what he what your keys did in Chicago and in London, but he didn't frame it That way. I ended up framing it, and it's like Yeah, I'm glad to build on to standing on branches shoulders and be able to talk about your keys in a way that that solve this as well as the fact that he had one of the best art events, the other three cut. He's the first guy to bring Rodin stuff to Chicago. Not to Chicago to the U. S. You know, it's like the other guy. The other guy who was a real on I must admit what real revelation for me. Was this the engineer John Alexander Low waddle. Who was this guy? He's a guy who was a total revolution. To me. He was total revelation to anyone I did. I never found his date in a book except one. Wow, where he he's listed In in, You know whether the photo and it says you know this this thing designed by while you know this guy while but otherwise he's not mentioned any Chicago histories at all. He was a world famous bridge builder. Who had this huge personality. The picture in the book is I love the picture in the book, You know there. There are any number of versions of that where he's wearing all these medals, and he's got these curly mustache EOS or the curly hair at the top of his head like Somebody from the Wizard of Oz. That huge wall was mustache and he had this huge ego where he take on the Japanese station. While he's working there to complain that their bridges are bad, and then he took out the entire elevated construction industry when he made the elevated loop. At any case. It's just he's just this wonderful, wonderful guy who made the elevated loose so strong that right that right who's the head engineer of the C T A, by the way, happen to play basketball with me for 20 years, and I didn't know we worked with your skinning the park. Kidding? So he's healthy. He tells me that 75% of the elevated loop is original. Wow to three quarters of this structure that 123 years old is original. So you're touching that? And somebody in 18 97 touched it. You know, it's just That's remarkable machine really is remarkable. You may remember I did a When they asked me to do a for Tribune a story about like when I thought of Chicago Post riots and I decided to walk down Wall bash well, batch from LDL that it really It's because I would have been reading galleys and it just It's the, uh Nelson arguing on the rusted heart of the city. It really is, in its way. Would you disagree? Pat? And he really is the heart of the city, even though it's had some ups and downs and has changed its character over the decades, would you? Absolutely, Yeah. I mean, it's because Characters change the river. When when women go down there? Where? White Club that was Charlie had, you know when guys get dressed up in it all? That s O. It's It's different now. But the key thing I think Is that Chicago always needed a center. And this provided it. You know, in a way that was really tight, you know, and really it, didn't it? It has spilled over since. So if you look at Chicago's from the air, you see these these thieves tall buildings that start that are centered in the loop..

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"18 97" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:34 min | 10 months ago

"18 97" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Right time now for money in business news, And for that we turn the head Cory from the Bloomberg Business Desk. So that big plan to force the sale of Tic Tac is going away, huh? Yeah, that's right sources and telling us a plan to force the sale of take talks. American operations. Kristina Toe, a group, including Oracle, and Wal Mart, has been put on the shelf for a while. President Biden's reviewing his predecessors efforts to address possible security risks from China well, Boeing has high hopes for travel when this pandemic starts to fade. The aircraft maker expects growth and passenger traffic and aircraft sales to be depressed with the middle of the decade, but it is looking for a recovery to start later this year in domestic travel. Look for a higher open on Wall Street. Dow futures up 140 points. I'm Ed Cory, with a Bloomberg business report on news 93.1 kfbk at many. Thanks. Here's Bob Simms with the outdoor report. The reins a couple of weeks ago sent a pretty good flow of water down in to the lower Delta's too Soon Bay and San Pablo Bay and that sure proved To be beneficial for the Super Bowl Sturgeon derby held every year down in the Pittsburgh and below area. Of course they fish all over. One group of two boats caught nine surgeon that's as good as a gift and up at nights landed just the beginning. They're starting catch sturgeon up there. Under somewhat consistent bases, not like down below. But you put in your time You might have a chance to catch one, and you'll probably see others on your depth finder and even a few rolling and, of course, all the miles of river between the lower Delta and knights landing. Have sturgeon moving up as we speak. Bob Simms kfbk. Okay, let's take a moment. See what's in store later today on the KFBK afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil, Kristina and Sam will get some perspective on former President Trump's impeachment trial. With former assistant United States Attorney Bill Portanova. Okay, That's today at four o'clock time, now is 5 54. February, 10th is a date. It's time for what you're what happened. Albert Parnell, take it away. Yes, the first year I'm starting with is the year 17 63, and that's when the Treaty of Paris Ended the French Indian war and it made French seed Canada to England. Okay. Very good. Thank you, sir. Next one has your 80 97. That's when all the news fit to print. Yes, that phrase began permanently on the front page of the New York Times back in 18 97 and the last one that I have is the year 1942. Pardon me,.

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"18 97" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"18 97" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Feliz love enough already is Maybe that cross mail my Luis baby cheetah. He's maybe he's not Benny's mail. My boys always wait. Wait. He's not be stopping. Benny's money made my bed. Please not be that Please. Mom, please, Mom! Enough e want to wish you Who is you, man? Please find my wanna wish you wait, wait. Jeff Davis of Mannheim steamroller here and if you're just joining us Welcome aboard. You're listening to our nationwide broadcast of Manheim Steamrollers American Christmas. All right. From coast to coast. This is Manheim Steamrollers and American Christmas. It was on the first day of autumn 18 97. That a little girl from New York City's Upper West Side asked her father, a very simple question. Is there a Santa Claus or not Dr Philip? Oh, handle suggested that his daughter pose the question to New York City's then largest newspaper, The New York Sun..

"18 97" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"18 97" Discussed on KTRH

"Question that as we said, old Children eventually come to ask. Please tell me the truth. Is there a Santa Claus? Well, Francis Marcellus Church, wrote an editorial in answer to Virginia's question, and it is still one of the most beautiful, most famous editorials ever written. Just his church wrote it then. Hear other words from the New York Sun of September. The 21st 18 97, Virginia. Your little friend's air wrong. They have been affected by the skepticism of a skeptical age. They do not believe except what they see. Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus and he exists. As certainly as love and generosity and devotion exist. And you know that they are bound and give to your life, its highest beauty and joy. Last. How very would be the world if there were no Santa Claus? It would be is dreary is if there were no Virginias. There would be no child like faith them no poetry, no romance to make tolerable. This existence way should have no enjoyment except incense and sight. The eternal light. Was which Christmas fills the world would be extinguished. Not believe in Santa Claus. You might as well not believe in fairies. You might get your papa to hire men to watching all the chimneys on Christmas Eve to catch Santa Claus. Even if they did not see Santa Claus coming down. What would that prove? Nobody sees Santa Claus. That's no sign.

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A New Museum to Bring the Benin Bronzes Home

Dan Proft

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

A New Museum to Bring the Benin Bronzes Home

"Written and Nigeria launching a joint archaeological project investigating a site that's hugely important to the former kingdom of beneath the New Museum of West African Art will occupy a site in what's now Benin city in southern Nigeria. In what the British museum calls the most extensive archaeological excavation there ever it on Nigerian associates will excavate the site of the new museum before it goes up in 18 97. British forces raised the whole city to the ground to avenge the killing of colleagues and huge numbers of artifact were looted. These excavations are part of a reconsideration of how in the era of Empire museums around Europe acquired treasures from other

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Election Night sews confusion across stock market

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Election Night sews confusion across stock market

"Again Wild election night, but it's sowed confusion across U. S markets. Investors frantically bidding up stocks today, sending major averages to the biggest rally in six months. Is they grow more confident? But the tightly contested outcome will ensure key elements of the bull market remain intact for years to come. The S and P up now by 97 points. That's a gain of 2.9% down now up. 617 points. Closed session highs up by 2.2% NASDAQ up 445 points for NASDAQ. That's a rally of 4% right now. NASDAQ 100 Index off by 4.5%. 10 year old 100.77%, We've got Golda down six of 6/10 of 1% 18 97 the ounce and crew to rally their up 4.1% 39 22

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"18 97" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"18 97" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Radio this week in 19 0 for New York City Mayor George McLennan takes the controls on the inaugural run of the city's innovative new rapid transit system. The subway while London both the world's oldest underground train network, opened in 18, 63 and Boston built the first subway in the United States and 18 97. A New York City subway soon became the largest American system this week in 1950 21 year old Earl Lloyd becomes the first African American to play in an MBA game when he takes the court in the season opener for the Washington Capitals to other black players joined the MBA that season, The Celtics drafted Chuck Cooper in the second round, and the New York Knicks got Nat Sweetwater Clifton from the Harlem Globetrotters. But the Knicks and Celtics didn't start their seasons until November, Thiss Week in 1957, the Japanese car company. Toyota establishes its U. S headquarters in an old Rambler dealership in Hollywood, California, Toyota executives hope to saturate the American second car market with their small and relatively inexpensive toy OPEC crown sedans in 1972, thanks in large part to its success in the United States, Toyotas sold it one million car Three years later, Toyota became the best selling import brand in the United States. On this week in 1991, the so called perfect storm hits the North Mick, producing remarkably large waves along the New England and Canadian coast fishing boat. Andrea Gail, and it's six member crew were lost in the storm disaster spawned the best selling book, The Perfect Storm and a blockbuster Hollywood movie of the same name. And that's what happened. Thanks for listening to this week in history on I Heart radio. My heart. Here are the top John Mellencamp songs that you've gummed up number three.

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Asteroid samples are successfully taken by NASA spacecraft

Richard Eeds

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Asteroid samples are successfully taken by NASA spacecraft

"NEWS Radio. A Canadian town no longer wants to be toxic. After 120 years, the Quebec City of asbestos has voted to change its name. From now on. It'll be known as Valley of the Springs. The town was originally named for the profitable asbestos mine found in 18 97 before the mineral was identified as a toxic substance that could cause cancer. Nearly 52% of the town's residents voted for the change this week. Tom Roberts, NBC news radio. My

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