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'Waste' Activist Digs Into The Sanitation Crisis Affecting The Rural Poor
"Catherine coleman flowers. Welcome to fresh air. Thank you thank you for inviting me. You've been active on this issue for a long time and have brought a lot of people. Philanthropists reporters elected officials to rural areas to see for themselves. Poor people living with this problem of simply not having sanitary disposal of human waste. I'd like you to describe the experience of just one of these tours and the reaction of those who saw what what you showed one of the persons who's reaction with i think sums it up was Dr phillip boston. Dr allston was to you in special rapporteur on extreme poverty and when he was invited to lowndes county. It's part of his official tour. He went to see areas where people were living amongst also which was the one of the homes that we went to It was a compound with a number of mobile homes that set off of a dirt road and one could see the the water lines. They carry water into the home. Going above of what looked like a ditch. Full of raw sewage and nearby was a Was a basketball goal. Which children apparently played basketball. And when he saw there was a were reporters with us On his his his tour and one of the reporters asked him. Have you seen this before. And he said this is common in the developed world. And i thought that that spoke loudly of what i had phil for all of these years did this and so what what people would see a new taken. So many people to this and observe their shock at what they saw was often in a peace pipe. V pipe running from home or a trailer to a hole in the backyard. And then when you get closer what you see. There are when you get closer. You probably see human feces and toilet paper. Aisle whatever was flushing in the toilet. that day. The one place that we win That was this out in my mind. Is that it was full of pitfalls raw sewage. As you say the person had pvc pipe there was a lot a lot of ingenuity. This involved. In this they the the pvc pipe was buried underground and it went to appear in that period again was full of you know raw sewage and you could see the eyes of a frog that was embiid in the sewage and was p p coming out from it and oftentimes depending on the time of the year and now that the days we have long warmer seasons. Their mosquito sometimes congregated on top of the sewage. Those animals will spread this stuff to wherever they go exactly. you grew up in lowndes county alabama. It's an interesting place in the history of the civil rights movement. Isn't it yes. It's very interesting place. In the history of the civil rights movement. Most people know about lowndes because of his fight for voting rights and the establishment of the lowndes county freedom organization which was the original black panther party And that the black panther was chosen because a lot of the sharecroppers had not been afforded the opportunity to go to school so they wanted to use a symbol that people could understand and also you know they wanted to slogans from their time was pulled the till for the panther When they organized their own political party and ran candidates On that part because at that time it was not But people running. This candidates was accepted on either republican or the democratic party In lowndes county. So that itself was more was a a great accomplishment on the side of sharecroppers former sharecroppers who had been kicked off property just because they sought the right to vote and that was the lowndes county freedom party that preceded the black panthers organization right yes and it's also is this area on the root of the famous march from selma to montgomery that dr king led yes. Most of the civil montgomery mind troop goes to lowndes county lowndes. County is actually between selma and montgomery
"allston" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And we checked and weather together. Every 10 minutes. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the trees and Kevin is 10 23. What do you see? 12 sherry of seeing big delays here south of town on the expressway. South bound, jammed up Granted Avenue all the way down to a crash at Furnace Brook Parkway in the backup again reports of another crash here near Bryant Avenue. Of the expressway North about curiosity delays getting up towards Furnace Brook and then you got some brake lights up by Columbia Road beyond that, Okay, heading up into the tunnel, No troubles down on Route three. Or 24, but down on 4 95 South bound. Watch out for reported crash it. Exit five route 18 in Middleborough about downtown Pike Westbound jammed up through the Pru tunnel right now to a right lane crashed just after the Pru tunnel. Stay to the left to get around that once you do. You're okay on out towards Allston Brighton. Wretch up to the north up in late and it's a crash on the Lynn Way south bound after commercial got a truck into a light pole there, it's got the two right lanes blocked, leaving just the left lane Getting by. This report sponsored by news Nation on w G N America Facts, Not Opinions News, Not talk. Finally, a national newscast in prime time that makes you think, but not how to think. Watch news Nation Every night at 87, Central on W G N America, Check your local listings. It's your news your Nation. Will you be Zeze Traffic on the threes? Thank you, Kevin. And now here's a four day W B z accurate, therefore carry raw chile the rest of the day. Low clouds, periods of rain and drizzle. Temperatures slowly rise to within a few degrees of 60 by evening. Flooding on the streets and some slippery.
Woman killed in Boston elevator accident identified as Carrie O’Connor
"Of an an elevator elevator involved involved in in that that deadly deadly crash crash accident accident in in Allston Allston might might result result in in some some answers answers about about how how a a young young woman woman was was crushed crushed to to death death inside. inside. Carrie Carrie O'Connor O'Connor was was a a lecturer lecturer at at Boston Boston University and yesterday she was just moving into our new apartment when the accident happened. Neighbor Llegan scores, Oni says another resident had just helped O'Connor load a large box into the elevator, and they heard screams like he thinks happened was she either trying to put the box on Four went on with box and the box was calling up to hit something and that started moving and she either panicked and went to jump off or panicked and didn't stay on. O'Connor had a PhD in French studies. She was due to lecture at BU this semester. Medical examiner ruling her cause of death as traumatic asphyxiation. 1 36
Boston University teacher killed in elevator accident
"Police have now identified the victim in a deadly elevator accident in Allston apartment building. 38 year old Carrie O'Connor, a fulltime lecturer at Boston University, was killed. While trying to load a large package either onto or off the ancient elevator at her home on Commonwealth Avenue
Woman Killed In Elevator Accident In Boston's Allston Apartment Building
"Continues in Allston after the death of a woman in an apparent elevator accident. The woman nor thirties was found in the elevator on Commonwealth Avenue yesterday. Neighbors at the apartment building were evacuated. OSHA and police are investigating an autopsy will be performed to determine how the woman died. The death
Boston Woman Killed In Elevator Accident In Allston Apartment Building
"In her thirties is killed in an apparent elevator accident in an Austin apartment building. Here's the BBC TV's Tiffany Chan. This appears to be a horrific accident. Neighbors who live in this apartment building heard those pies for help. Witnesses say the woman who was killed was trying to load a package into the elevator when it apparently gave way and OSHA in Boston police trying to figure out what happened. This tenant lives across the hall and says it's an old system like
Early voting begins in Boston
"And temperatures in the upper seventies greeted early voters as they headed to the polls in Boston, early voters casting their ballot at Boston City Hall and nine other polling stations around the city. Among those nine locations. The public Library in complex square East Boston High School, the Condon School in South Boston Murphy School in Dorchester and the Jackson Man School in Allston, Boston's election commissioner We needed to various says today is also the last day to register to vote in the election. He did give voters 10 extra days this time around to actually register to vote rather than 20 days before an election. The new voter registration deadline is 10 days before the election. Early voting continues Sunday through Friday, giving voters ample opportunity to cast a ballot. Mike Macklin W B Z Boston's news radio, You can find
Early voting begins in Boston
"Will early voting begins today in Massachusetts. Sunshine and temperatures in the upper seventies greeted early voters as they headed to the polls in Boston, early voters casting their ballot at Boston City Hall and nine other polling stations around the city. Among those nine locations. The public Library accomplish Square East Boston High School, the Condon school in South Boston Murphy School in Dorchester and the Jackson May in school in Allston. Boston's election commissioner We needed to various says today is also the last day to register to vote in the election. He did give voters 10 extra days this time around to actually register to vote rather than 20 days before an election. The new voter registration deadline is 10 days before the election. Early voting continues Sunday through Friday. Giving voters ample opportunity to cast a ballot.
LIVE from the Esselstyn Farm
"Right. I am here. With my dad, this is this is fantastic and I want you to know that. You, think will now be the. The most prolific person on a plan strong podcast I think this will be your fourth episode episode that we've done together and the reason why I wanted to pull you aside and do something right now is because obviously we're at the farm. In upstate new. York. And we've got our big plants Doc, two thousand and twenty event coming up it'll be our ninth annual plants dock and I thought this would be an appropriate time for us to reflect on your childhood. Growing up here on the farm and how it impacted you as A. As a as a man growing up, and just you know what kind of let it flow and and see what happens but. Just for for starters. How long has this farm bending the S Allston family. Actually, was. My stepmother and you. In the nineteen, eighty, five or six. went to Albany. Police tricentennial. which is a farm that had been the same family for over three hundred years. So some some were of the order of sixteen seventy five. So the farmers got quite a tradition to it. To put it mildly I mean that's that's three hundred from my math is correct. That's. Three hundred and forty five years. Yeah we're moving on. And I think I've also heard that it's it's one of two. Two farms in the whole state of new. York, that had been owned and operated by the same family over three hundred years. which I mean. Incredible. Now, I want people to know. Before we dive into this that we're probably going to have some distractions, we've got like six six or seven grandchildren running around. And we're doing our best to kind of maintain order but. Of course of route twenty, three although it's Many yards from here often we'll have some heavy trucks and motorcycles give their little echo. Yeah. So bear with us. So when exactly did you and your your brothers and your sister and your parents moved the farm? Well, actually my dad although he spent a fair amount of time at the farm here growing up as well. His parents who lived at the farm also his father was a lawyer. Working in new. York, city so That Grew up in New York City when he went to He went to Yale and he went to. Medical School. Two years at Yale in the last two years at. Columbia. And then he began his practice of surgery in new. York. City we lived in Riverdale, which is suburb of. Of of New York City. Until I was seven years old and it it always been my father's dream. To come back in practice medicine up here. Using the farm as a home base. and. So it was in nineteen forty one in September that we moved from. New York City. To the farm. So nine, hundred, forty, one you were born in thirty three. So that makes you about eight years old I was seven because. I. Was about three avas eight three months after we moved up here. Okay. All right. and. What I mean so can you remember back? Coming from the city to the farm at. That's a pretty big adjustment. I would imagine. Yeah it was. It was. You know just seem to flow though I. Mean there was just. Nothing that was really difficult about it with a we were in sort of. A little. Local School Clark School. easy to make friends. And A state. School onto the eighth. Grade. And then Then attract began to get a little hotter my. Parents. Sent me to difficult academy. I was there for all four years. Thought deerfield was terrific. I really enjoyed. The friendships there? I love the athletics there. And fortunately, the academics there and they go to jail.
Psychiatrist Dr. Mark Goulston - Real influence and Training Yourself
"You're like you're like. Drinking from a fire. I'm apple. Ramp Myself Up I. was I can't take a nap on your show. That's for sure. I want to demonstrate something because there's a saying at least in Hollywood I'm not that far from it even though we're all isolated. It's better to show than to tell so. I'm going to demonstrate something far. Listeners in for you about how to be more influential. One of the things unfortunate to do is i. On on break now, but I breakfast would Larry King every day. Although we're doing zoom calls now and something. I've noticed about Larry because Larry eighty-six. He's still going strong. Still has a show. It streamed call Larry King now on home on the on the Internet and something I've noticed what has made Larry's such an icon. Is. Here's A. Plus after. and not a minus sir, and not a topper. What that means is when he listens to people. He adds to what they're saying. He doesn't a minus it he doesn't. Get Defensive. He doesn't give advice. He doesn't give unsolicited advice on his shows, so nobody's afraid. They're going to get a GOTCHA. And he's not a topper. If you say I if you say Oh, I went to the mountains, he he's not going to say oh. That's very nice. You know we went to Europe. And, so I'm going to be a plus to something. You just said I. Hope this will add value. You're listening because you mentioned something about training and I was thinking as you were talking about and I'm. And I'm reminded of a fellow named Dan Sullivan. Dan Sullivan found something called the strategic coach and part of what Dan said is what life get comes down to his habits. Happy People have different habits than unhappy people. Successful people have different habits than unsuccessful people. And he said what a habit is is it's a discrete piece of behavior that you repeat over and over again until it becomes a habit. And it takes about a month, and in other words you train on that and you repeat on that takes discipline, but over time you internalize it, and it becomes more natural, and then you can learn another habit now why this is important under stress because I'm am a psychiatrist, but I'm also a passionate about neuroscience. Is. What happens is when we're under stress and who isn't. We have you've all heard of your adrenal glands? And what happens is your adrenal guns. Put out something called Cortisol. High Cortisol is high stress and what happens is your high cortisol triggers something in your brain called your middle and Migdal as part of your emotional brain, and when that high cortisol goes up. What happens is it triggers a migdal hijack and what that means. Is Your Migdal shunts blood away from your thinking brain. Into your survival brain and guess what taps into your training. It will tap in to what you've been trained to do almost automatically. Do you think NBA stars when. They think between shots. No, it's training and they've been trained. What what's the saying? It May Have Been Stephen, Covey senior, or someone said you need. What is it ten thousand? What does it take to be come an expert? He said was at ten thousand hours. As a ten thousand hours or know that's probably more training in many of us however. Yeah thousands of hours. Thousands of hours and what happens is you become an expert at it, so you don't even have to think when you're faced with a situation, so I can't emphasize what Jay is saying. Strongly enough train train train train so that you have many many options, no matter what something whatever is. Facing you years ago I, was a fan of tiger woods during his heyday, and it was interesting when someone asked him. How do you play around the Gulf? He says. I've hit every shot possible ten thousand times, so he's an expert in every shot. He said every time I hit a shot. I don't race ahead I. don't worry about it because I know. I've trained and hit whatever SEAN I'M GONNA face. Ten Thousand Times and he says what I do is i. just you know, have a nice walk dot, breathe and feel okay. Don't worry I get on top of the shot I. Look at where I'm GonNa next hit it I know I've hit it at ten thousand times. I look at the ball and I. Just say one word execute. And so I love what you're saying about. The Training Training Training and And I know for a lot of listeners. In these times you're overwhelmed. OVERWHELMED WITH! I can train and I'm just trying to make it through the day. I'll tell you another bit of training. That I learned from a friend of mine. His name was Bob. ECKERD he was the CEO of Mattel. And I asked I asked Bob. How do you deal with stress? and. I'll tell a quick story if that's okay, sure absolutely story. So he told me. He said that before he wasn't Mattel and he's left Mattel. Now is an investment company, but he really turned mattel. Ron Big time. And he said before that he was the CEO of Craft in Chicago and when he started at kraft, he was I may president of the cheese division. And in two months time, the dairy prices went up. And so craft, Gary. Prices went up, and then they went down, but it was written into the bylaws of craft that they didn't lower their prices, so the independence lowered the prices when the prices went down, but kraft didn't. And he had no say over that he was just the president of the division. He unwritten all the protocols, and so the newspaper there was all these headlines. Heads are GonNa Roll at craft. It's going to be the end of craft. Because Cheese was a big division biggest. Division. And he told me he said you know. I was just in a funk and staring. Into the TV screen on a Sunday and the. Coach of the Cincinnati Bengals Sam Wash. And taken the Bengals to the Super Bowl two years earlier, they'd lost, but he took him to the Super Bowl. But this year they had lost ten games in a row. And Bob said I'm just staring at the TV. And the report says to. Sam, so Sam. What are you GONNA do. You're going to be fired on Tuesday. What do you think about that? and Bob said it was as if he was speaking to me. Sam Weiss looked out on the television and said. You know what I'm going to be fired. On Tuesday I know I'm going to be fired on Tuesday. Everybody knows I'm going to be fired on Tuesday But, that doesn't matter. What matters is what can I do between Sunday and Tuesday to make the Bengals a better team? So what Bob adapted I think it's a great philosophy to get through stressful times, and he used it to get through rough times at Mattel. Is. He said before he goes to bed. He says to himself, and he writes down. What can I get done? That's different. Than what can I do, but what can I get done by the end of tomorrow? To Make Mattel, a better company. What can I get done by the end of tomorrow to be a better husband to be a better dead? And when you write that down when you train yourself to get into that habit to it for thirty days, it'll become natural. You can go to bed. Easier, you can change it when you wake up in the morning, but again it's one of those trainings. What can I get done? To Make My. To make my team more successful to make me were successful. If I'm looking for a job to be a more effective and looking for a job so right that. That question before you go to bed. Train yourself to do it. And you might be able to get to sleep without having to take some of those magic. His name is Dr Mark Allston. A. By the way I did not know he was going to do this and it was better than I could ever. Swore. WE'RE WE WE? I know we're. GonNa talk about this book real influence. And it's fantastic, but what you're hearing is the heart of the man, and he is absolutely fabulous. He's going to be with us for the next forty minutes on the
Against All Odds: Lone Survivor
"Some survival stories hinge on strength of will a person's raw determination to live other times science steps in and saves the day Anna Hogan home worked as a radiologist at the University Hospital of North Norway. She made history there in nineteen ninety nine but on the operating table. Her remarkable incident began with a skiing trip after work with some colleagues. They were all avid skiers who were familiar with the local mountains and the conditions that day were ideal sunny with lots of fresh powder. They were only a few runs in. When Anna tripped losing her skis tumbled and slid toward a frozen stream when she hit the ice broke and her upper half was pulled into the frigid rushing. Water her friends ray able to reach her in grabbed her boots before the current could pull her all the way under. They phoned for help beneath the water. Bogging home struggled upward and managed to reach the airspace under the ice. She could breathe but her clothes were soaked. In near frozen water drowning now had to fight hypothermia to see who would get her first. By the time the Rescue Team arrived hacked a hole in the ice and halt her out. Bogging home had been submerged for nearly an hour and a half. Her skin was pure white. Her pupils were blown. She had no heartbeat. The Medevac helicopter. Ride took another hour during which the rescuers performed. Cpr At more information on the meat. Mak Your brain this piloting left to its own devices. The human body likes to be around ninety eight degrees Fahrenheit or thirty seven degrees Celsius all sorts of complex involuntary automatic. Things happen to keep you as close to that number as possible but the world is a cold place. Sometimes when the body census you getting too cold it begins to protect you from the outside in since air polls heat away from the surface of the body. Blood vessels in the skin begin. Constricting less blood is going to your arms and legs and more is staying in your core to keep your internal organs warm. This leaves -ceptable to frostbite. But you've got bigger problems. If the vessel constriction doesn't stop the temperature drop. The body tries to make more heat by moving the muscles. You'll start to shiver. Usually from the chest muscles outward. This too can be a problem if it goes on too long as it tears through your nutritional reserves and taxes heart increasing the risk of heart attack or stroke if your body temperature drops below ninety five degrees Fahrenheit thirty five Celsius hypothermia sets in your blood pressure drops and your breathing becomes shallow. This means less oxygen is getting to your brain which can bring on slurred speech. Confusion nonsensical action and none of which will be particularly helpful. Arctic Explorer Robert Falcon Scott referred to this in his writings on his nineteen eleven expedition as a half thawed brain. And there's a truly bizarre reaction that happens sometimes paradoxical undressing the freezing person suddenly feels like they're burning up and strips off all their clothes so now you're dead and everybody can see your hoo-ha as the cooling continues. The brain and other organs begin to shut down when the helicopter landed at University. Hospital fog and homes core temperature was fifty six degrees Fahrenheit fourteen degrees Celsius about sixty percent of what it should be. She had no signs of life. But the head of the Emergency Department mads Gilbert and his team made a decision. Anna was not dead until she was warm and dead. They rushed log home into an emergency room and hooked up to a heart lung. Bypass machine pumping her blood out of her body to warm it and then pumping it back in hours past. And her temperature's slowly rose. The staff watched her vitals. The ekg machine blipped then flatlined again. Then booked again. Suddenly homes heart jumped back to life coming on its own. The cold had preserved her brain like an organ waiting to be transplanted even while it was starving. Her brain of oxygen on a bag home was alive but she had a long row to Hoe. It took twelve days for her to open her eyes and it would take years for her to walk again but she did hell. She even went skiing again though. I most certainly would not not unless you want to try to her. Record for the lowest body temperature in the living eventually person outdoor recreation while healthy and fun always carries with it inherent dangers analog in home had her friends nearby to help. Aaron Ralston did not to tell you his story. Please welcome Mike Guest one Herrera from the podcast sick Parviz magna now for a story of survival and April. Two thousand three mountaineer Aaron Ralston goes hiking at. Utah's Kenyans National Park. He befriends hikers Christie and making and shows him an underground pool after swimming. Aaron parts ways with hikers and continues through a Slot Canyon in Blue John Canyon climbing he slips and falls knocking over boulder which crushes his right hand and wrist against the wall. He calls for help but realizes soon that he is alone. Ralston begin recording a video diary to maintain morale as chips away parts of the boulder to try and free himself and tries to keep warm at night he rashes food and water to survive the ordeal. No water available. He is forced to drink his era. It is sterile for those that don't up. He sets up a pulley using his climbing rope. In a futile attempt to with the bowed over the next five days Ralston tries using his multi tool to cut himself free but the latest doll to cut the bone in his video. He becomes desperate and depressed. He elucidates about scape relationships and past experiences including a former lover and Krisztian Megan during one hallucination. He realizes his mistake that he did not tell anyone where he was going. And he decides that destiny has trapped him with the bolter on the six day. Ralston has a vision of his future. Son Springs Wilson Survive. He fashions or turnkey from a camel. Tube insulation and uses the Caribbean or to tighten it then using his knowledge of torque he breaks bone in his arm and using the multi tool so amputates it he wraps stump to prevent examination and takes a picture of the boulder repels down a sixty foot rock face using his other arm and drinks rainwater from open. He needs a family on a hike. Who ALERT THE AUTHORITIES AND A UTAH? Highway Patrol helicopter brings him to the hospital. Years Later Ralston starts a family continues climbing and always leaves a note saying where he has gone with that. Being said Aaron Ralston shares. What he has learned that three gifts. Adversity gives you one shows you who are what is important after realizing that we are likely going to die in that Canyon. Allston recorded goodbyes. To his family his last will and testament formulating those thoughts and focusing on his family kept him going and motivated not to give to it. Shows us what we're capable of multiple points throughout his experience said underestimated his ability to survive yet. Kept powering through emails stone. He thought would be his last. I found strength courage and determination and grit that I could never conceived of Ralston sub. Adversity causes us to dig deeper. Now he had ever done before to get in touch with the thing that motives even when we lose our motivation three. It shows what extraordinary about being alive. By the Time Ralston was able to amputate his own hand. He was smiling while he did it because he had come so close to death so many times throughout this ordeal driver freedom his well to see his family again genesis certainty that he had more life left to live in the end overpowered all of the agony and despair. He felt along the way Robinson is one of the few unforgettable survivor stories. That are out there. This has been done from Parvez. Magna giving an podcast. Check out my show as we talk about multiple success stories and how everyone got from their point point B. Thanks look in the show notes for a link to his show which all the appearing onto from that very well known story to one that's lesser known but always fascinates me when I come across it if again on Christmas Eve. Nineteen seventy-one Julianne. Cup was a high school senior living in Peru though she was a German citizen owing to her German researcher parents seventeen year old. Julian and her mother board a flight across the country to join her father at the research station. Her parents had founded. Julian's graduation was the day before and this way she could both attend the ceremony and the family could spend the holidays together
Chef Iliana de la Vega discusses authentic Oaxacan cuisine
"Chatting with chef. Ileana de la Vega about authentic hocken. Cuisine Ileana welcome to milk street. Thank you very much for having me here. Let me just start by saying of Ben to Your Restaurant in Toronto in Austin a couple times in the last two years and it was the best Hawkin food of had including in. Walk US terrific so you lived in Mexico City remarried there. You move to to start Eldorado restaurant but but you had trouble being accepted in some way. So explain that to me. Yeah what happened? I mean as you mentioned I was born in Mexico City and eventually ninety four actually moved to a hacker. We opened the restaurant until ninety seven. And Yeah my mom is what was Oaxacan but because I was in born in Oaxaca was not supposed to be cooking blog on food. I mean I guess that things have changed you know hook us a little bit more open now than it was there but You know for them. I wasn't outsider. So you had the restaurant there and then in two thousand six you left so what happened between ninety seven and two thousand six in terms of your restaurant and the politics and everything in the region. Well we were very successful restaurant. Join despite of like many were huggins. Consider me that it was an tighter and then on two thousand six there was turmoil in Oaxaca social unrest and so we had you know the economy collapsed in. We had to close a restaurant. And then I bet charlie we moved to Texas Allston. Imprecise you and I spoke a while back about what is moulay and your definition of it was totally different than what I thought. So could you just break it down for me? I mean you said there were three basic components to moulay. Maybe you could just take us through the concept right. They are like three groups of ingredients to make malate so one will be vegetables and by vegetables. How you also mean chillers. Okay so tomatoes tomatoes onions and garlic and such and then we have spices. So let's say black pepper cumin Cinnamon sugar sold chocolate. And then the third one very important one for these are the figures could be bread or it could be muscle for making tortillas and also not like almonds so there are the three of you take a little bit of each in each one of those categories you will make a molly molly. Negro is very complex. But I I gather that some Malays actually are much simpler than that rhyming. Talk to us about a simple mobile. Yeah okay like let's say like me. For example I think is the simplest one. You'll take a you know. Fresh Materials Green Sheila's Serrano's Jalapenos. Or one of those onion garlic and put it in the blender and then you fried mixture and then you add some herbs fresh herbs so I do up Ohio Santa Parsley and episode. That's my traditional one. And then you have the thickener. Which is the muscle that you dilute. I in a little bit of water and you added so those are the basic ingredients and you can make that. Molay in twenty minutes rather than the. Mola negative that he takes three days. I want you to describe because I've had your Molin Agro and it was divine if you taste a really well made Molin agro. Ideally what should it be like? What is important when you make him? Only non one of those stents out not on one of those flavors. So you will they said. Oh it is a little cinnamon and then the next. We'll give you a little bit of cumin for example or the next bite will give you a little bit of chocolate so each You know spoonful that you take the molly will give you a different note Let's let's talk about some common things in Oaxaca. The Mole Yetay Which I had for breakfast WanNa talk about how that's made. And maybe the tradition of that dish. Well then we get something simple that you will find all over Mexico. Norling OAXACA somewhat yet is believe traditionally like by a piece of bread like a kind of a French bread and then put a little bit of a border in it then beans and then some cheese will melt and then you put it on there. They'll win or something to get kind of. Nice melting and cross the cheese. And then you make Salsa Makina which is like Salsa Pico they get your tomatoes onion Sheila Bair the Serrano or Jalapeno see land throw and a little bit of lime juice in they knew. Serve it with it on the site. It was a terrific practice they also a Santa which is Pork Lard. Is that often used as a primary layer for lots of tacos enchiladas? Is that something that's common ingredient there. Okay largest one thing like Hitler this when you have a big piece of pork and then you take out the fat than you cook. It is slowly. And then you're renders fat right so that is large and then ASEAN thought when you're making teacher on the skin and you're buying it in large then at the bottom you will some pieces and beats over. You know the fat told and that's why it's colored it has it has color to the. You're not open a Tortilla. Like freshly made handmade of course and then you put a little bit of a layer of that and then you eat it with your meal Let's talk about the Tortilla for second in Oaxaca. According to a tee I guess in northern Mexico it's a wheat Tortilla but the tortillas in Oaxaca almost could pass for a week Tortilla. They're very fine. They're very tender. They're nothing like would you get here? So is that because you use different kinds of corn is the process differ. Why are they so much better a little bit of favorite thing? I is the the taste that they still do. Heirloom Cornyn in Mexico. Roy is one so sometimes. You taste the TORTILLAS here in United States. Then they're like sweet so that is wrong. Sorry that is like super wrong so that was one of the things that when we moved to the states and I began to as a Dorothy. Yes here like no by no means. I will be able to serve this in their restaurant every neighbor so you know thank God. We found now corn from Mexico many times from Oaxaca directly and so we proceeded in house and then we grind it. What would you like to tell me about the way you cook that? I don't understand. Well I guess you think that I have problem whether you notice plane. The people You know one is Mexican. Food is not necessarily too spicy. I mean depends on the taste of the taste. Parts of the person but general is just about the flavors The other one is it. People that have had through the years coming to restaurant. Said like this is not Mexican food. I mean for years. We didn't have a flour tortillas in the restaurant in is like oh no but this is not a not as well. How can I explain you? You know that the corner two years is the basic you know and it is your of the also very delicate flavors so those things I think is the what I would like people to understand better about Mexican Food
Q&A with Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn
"We recently put the call out and you responded in a huge way. And this week. We're going to go straight to the top with a question and answer session with my father Dr Welby Hustles Tin Junior now. A little update on on them like most of us. My father and my mother are currently practicing social distancing from their home in Cleveland Ohio. So we recorded this over zoom and. I'm sure that many of you are becoming very well. Acquainted with Zoom and the technological challenges that are inherent in in the platform but whatever lack of quality. There is in the recording. I want you to know that it will be made up in spades with the information and the answers that my father provides to your questions ranging from cholesterol how to order food at restaurants the effects of caffeine on the body the importance of six servings of green leafy is a day and of course nitric oxide and a whole lot more than this always educational conversation with my father. Dr S Allston. So strange times are honest right now. I loved it. Well let me just start by saying for this. Episode of the plans drawn podcast. I thought it'd be really nice to have you Have you onboard a specialty considering everything that's going on right now and Along with talking a little bit about Cova Nineteen. I'd like for you to answer some questions that some of our podcast listeners sent in So just to start Kobe. Nineteen you know Corona Virus What what are your thoughts surrounding this very kind of unsettling virus that right now a sweeping the world. This is Kobe. Nineteen has really got civilisation by the throat. it's it's really kind of rather vicious Virus which is highly contagious. And it makes people ill and and some more seniors can be seriously ill. It really has got everybody's attention and it seems that when you have these sort of pandemic situations is the best that everybody can do is to try to Use this social distance. That is really avoid. The crowds and interact interactions. Because that's that's how obviously how it's how it is spread so we'll just have to foul the really directions the instructions of our our experts and really take it on a week by week basis. What water but certainly the things like handwashing the avoiding the The crowds Avoiding shaking hands and these are all very important So what what are what in particular are you in and doing hydrate staying hydrated and staying isolated Yeah and Do you have any thoughts about eating eating a whole foods plant based Diet and how that can help with the US? You WanNa keep your immune system optimal and that certainly gonNA help to help. Fend off any of these infectious agents but There again we go to the emphasis on the green leafy vegetables. A nice round of spectrum of whole grains legumes all the red yellow and green leafy vegetables. Answer away be white potatoes sweet potatoes and some fruit. And if you've got the foundation for the parole is wonderful recipes. That are in your book in our book and Jada Mummies Book and John McDougal's books Neal Barnard's books so that's a lot of a lot of information out there. Yeah well so have. You heard this whole term about flattening the curve. Yes right and and can you. Can you explain in? You know from what you've read and understand what flattening the curve means exactly why this will will help us out well. Each each culture has a certain limitation on the facilities that they have to contend with the with the virus. And if you can kind of keep from having that tremendous surge in cases which occurs. Where were you have a huge amount of illness all at once? That's the surgeon. That's what overwhelms the ability to people to care for these patients. And that's what one has to really try to avoid. And that's the whole emphasis in this social distancing because when you isolate you tend to avoid these surges and you do not overwhelm. The healthcare facilities of the particular culture had a much better time A better opportunity to deal with this With this virus runs its course
Jane and Ann Esselstyn Dish Up Some Kitchen Confidence
"Okay I am here with an S. Allston and Jane astles than we had an unseasoned. One of the plan. Strong podcast but surprisingly. This is the first time that I've had Jane on and I thought it would be appropriate that when I had Jane also have an-and because you guys are almost like tweedle tweedle dum many ways And it's really it's amazing to me to see how how you guys have become almost like best best friends like over the last couple years and I'm just like love to hear it from each of you like what. How would you describe your relationship now? We'll learn more next door neighbors and and we're working partners at times and John is by parents so their next door and and I feel so lucky in the parents that somehow I got an ESA as my parents like. What are the chances? And what look and then to be next door to them and to work with them and is just amazing. So I don't know how it's a weird to categorize parental child relationship as best frenzy. But it but we are totally companions. The luckiest thing was for us was when you guys move next door. That was just incredible. It's the way it should be. Have our kids? Are Your children? Grow Up? And weaken desert watched them. You know. Pick them up at school. It's been fantastic and cheer them on. It Swayed Jane. The best part is when Jane is was cooking and making all the recipes for your three books rip. Se and I were the recipients of ABC So many meals that. I didn't have to cook for the longest time. All right. It's funny how what a gift that is. Someone cooks for you. It is funny on well in some for people that don't know Jane spearheaded the the recipe sections in my last three books so plan strong than the engine to seven day rescue. And then the engine to cookbook. It's funny I thought there were two books. Three Africa the other seven. Yeah I know yeah in this and we did our book together. Yeah which was great and her end is actually without Jane. I would just not be doing anything because she is the leader. She has the ideas here. You said because that's so true. Yes I do logistics. I I type things up I right. We need this this this. Let's do this this this and you're like China too much and then once we start you just run with it and you hijacked the whole show. Well so you when you say this show a lot of the listeners may or may not know but Jayne probably what two years ago now? You started a exactly youtube right. I think deserted. Youtube channel is basically. It's it's you and an that are on every episode during doing something. Something different usually related to cooking right. Yeah we'll plant perfect implant strong stand the first time chain had go over she she guidelines and I just stood there like I was totally like I didn't want to be there. I didn't know why I was. There was no. There's no classroom or participants or people to talk to so and now it's kind of fun. Yeah if you WANNA laugh go back to the first of our youtube and look how. She was grumpy pants. Well how many. How many different youtube shows have you done? Now you videos. What are we done on? You think we don't seventy seventy but we're let me tell you saying absolutely crazy now. Esi has been this spearhead of all of this for all of us. I mean he is pioneer. Yeah Pioneer I mean he's behind it all and now when we travel we go places. I mean even when we go to places like Denmark or Iceland. I cannot believe the number of people that come up to me and say oh off I live your videos an se. Standing Right there beside me. And I'm feeling what I'm just about as aren't you talk to me is as long as the line? What to me is so perfect about? It is when I go back when we started doing Our weekend events back going now. Gosh seven eight years ago in in you to do you're cooking demonstrations and people would come up. I know they come up to you but to me and say your mother and your sister need to have their own cooking show they are. They're who they are so educational. You're amazing and now you guys also you have your own show right. Yeah we're first years waiting for someone to say. Hey we designed cooking shows you can. We're waiting for that not me. Well I didn't know what to think what would happen. I mean we just sort of waited and so what's cooking? Show call now that you have besides your youtube channel. Ge Appliances which is a company which is part of a company called higher H. A. R. They're an innovative Racers were re grew group company and they were looking for the next new thing to do on the Internet so they eat saw that we had high engagement numbers and they were like all the most. The comments positive. There's plenty of people who have negative things to say which is fine and how to get on the Internet to that. I can't I don't know what the negative comment so this branch of GE appliances from owned by higher approached US and said. Hey we have this company called cooking with Chievo and you'll can cook live and people who sign up to take this class with you will get a grocery list and they'll cook live with you at a set time on a set date and it's a nice dinner together when we cook for. It's almost about an hour plus of cooking hour and a half of cooking and plenty of time just talking in explaining your first answering questions. It's time we did it. They flew US DOWN TO LOUISVILLE TO ONE OF THEIR TEST. Kitchen type things which just happened to be in a little old house anyway but now now we're doing from our home which is which is nicer us just convenient wise but we'll see we'll hope to continue with them. You know doing occasional
Equity shot: What's going on with Tesla's stock price?
"An equity shot is when something happens that we get really really excited about and then we realized which taken off of slack and put it on to the podcast. Today we're going back to the very beginning of the show. We're talking about Tesla which she asks. I know it's not a private company. But if you go back episode one of equity. We're talking about Tesla reason too much of money because fascinating firm. I Have Danny Crichton with me. Danny how are you? I'm doing good although I think we should call it an equity shot. It's more like an equity joint because I am so high on this high stock price. The I did not see that joke coming. But I'll take it. You'll unless of course famously. Smokey joint on some podcast. I forget what it was called. But we're here today because Tesla share price is up yet again looking like it's going to close at an all time record. High currently above nine twentieth share up over seven percent amd we're going to go through the kind of bullish take care the bearish take care. What's going on and I'll talk a little bit about the fundamentals behind the company and how they've really honestly improved so any rate time ready as we said before the show if you go back in time to roughly. I think it was last June. You could buy Tesla for about one hundred. Eighty five dollars shares magically masterfully. They're up to nearly a thousand dollars a share and you know when you think about Tesla and its financial improvements over the last couple years. It's had some but certainly not to the extent of rescinded share price. Changing my impression is that there's enthusiasm going on here. That may not be tied to fundamentals with autism. It's all multiple expansion here so I think people are getting really excited about the potential electric cars. Certainly not as in the United States but around the world to for instance I think Singapore just last week said that they wanted to be the first country to only have electric vehicles. Mean like the next decade or two right. So there's these huge initiatives around electric cars and then you've got batteries. You've got a lot of the supply. Didn't stuff that that Tesla's in and then you have just the general called marketing stick. I mean I think we we used to follow invidia. Quite a bit early is to focus on. Invidia quit a bit and retail shares stocks called a Robin Hood share right. Everyone who has a Robin Hood account is like following video news day to day and I think that that's been replaced by Tesla Tesla for sure. Amd will also hot for a long time back. In the CRYPTO currency boom. There's been a lot of companies that are kind of come and gone but I think Tesla's probably the kind of the granddaddy of them all from that perspective but more data about the trading world. This isn't actually Tesla's all time intraday high it. My research holds up that was actually back in February fourth when Tesla had an insane range of eight hundred and thirty three dollars a share to nine hundred sixty eight I think kind of sets the stage for understanding Tesla's price movements which is at their wild and they seem to be based on competing warring religious cults people that are obsessed with Tesla and the future of battery tech and electric cars and getting off a fossil fuels and you know loving Elon. Musk and then people who care more about fundamentals even as Tesla's windmills have honestly improved over the last eighteen months quite a lot. You know absolutely and I. It's crazy is if you look at it. Post Two thousand thirteen from twenty thirteen to twenty nineteen that the stock was essentially flat. I mean they're gonNA has ups and downs and typical gyrations but it was sort of a a wait-and-see stock I mean what's grits. Nuts is just in the last couple of months like four months. It's gone from a low of just below two hundred dollars a share to now we're looking at it as a recording it at two. I'm sorry nine twenty eight and so I mean we're looking at a four X. in three month return profile. I mean look we talk about South Thank Vision Fund on equity all the time but this this is sort of what they were looking for right. It's like literally it's not even a private company. It's a public company. Just bought again with Robin Hood. I don't think you can actually open a Robin Hood Account. Though the hundred billion in cash that would play break. Something in the Robin Hood Landscape but just put this in perspective. Everybody of what we're kind of thinking about. We pulled up. Tesla's financials and so we're going to bore you with a couple of numbers and then we're GonNa talk about what can driving hand today's movement but the reason why this price movement feels so fantastic and so fascinating to watch is because even though Tesla has improved. It's it's profitability. It's cash position it's cash flow. It hasn't grown that much. And if you go back in time looking at the year ending. December twenty eighteen Tesla had total revenues of twenty one. Point five billion give or take and if you look at this last year it was twenty four point six so some growth to be clear but certainly not a lot and in q four q four. Eighteen Tesla had seven point two million in revenue and Q. Four of nineteen seven point four so just Mata Games of growth and improve profitability. Is the difference here so it could be a mixed shift in what they're selling. It could be optimism about the battery market. And there's a lot of possibilities driving this boom. I Tesla but I'm curious Danny. What is your favorite of the various hypotheses that are bouncing around? I think it's a huge expectation around future product lines right so if you look at the units delivered by Tesla over the last two years being Tesla really has expanded writer was just a couple of years. Ago Is under twenty five thousand units a quarter in Q. Four twenty nine thousand dollars. According to Teesta it was well over one hundred thousand one hundred. Fifteen thousand units were delivered quarter. So it has. It has sold more cars. You know four or five act so that that's part of the number here but I think you start to look at like cyber truck which is entering a much more higher margin part of the vehicle market in the mid to large size semi trucks. And the I think the challenges is like. There's there's this gap of like you know. Yes there were one hundred thousand or have cyber trucks were supposedly preordered Alex nor is a fifty eight billion based on how many tweets stupidity excitement. Yes yes but you know the challenges that those were not full deposits right like there are no cars to be sold and they're not going to be cars to be sold for a long period of time and so. I think there's just this huge which we saw the same thing with Softbank. Which is there's this huge prediction of like well look assuming everything goes right over the next four to five years then we will buy into the valuation as if everything was being sold in two thousand twenty three. Unfortunately there's so much risk coming up. I mean it was crazy to me. Is we talking about apple and Amazon? A bunch of others AIRBNB who've been suffering from chronic virus but tesla's a huge Chinese market. I mean we were talking about the Shanghai gigafactory or gigafactory for their new battery which just launched what two three months ago and is now sort of been hit? Hard by by the virus. What what other issues art is Tesla? GonNa come up within the next couple of years that that to me is a huge open question. Well the operating points pretty good if you look back. Tesla's latest earnings investor presentation for example You go to page eighteen following along at home. They show have a rolling twelve month delivery number and in Q. Four trailing twelve months of deliveries reached over three hundred fifty thousand for Unit. So they have always a hit material scale global scale. And so when you bring up these new models to me. They've actually proven their ability to do that. And at increase scale and all that a similar level of quality which means that they can watch model. Why cyber truck that really fast roadster that they showed for four minutes and never did anything with put that out please? I want to go bankrupt. So tell me one she please does. I want to stay married. That's more I hear. The roadster does super well New England winters. Yeah it's designed actually for Rhode Island's a narrow cobbled streets and I think the cyber trucks tank like atmosphere is what you're looking for for Rhode Island. Well especially the kids. I'll need those unbreakable windows. Okay but going back to today and what's driving this one day shift and Tesla's stock price drove us. Mad is looking at what's going on. There was a new analyst. Note coming out. Invesco strategist Tim. Horace Bra talked a lot. About how the Fed's decision learned. The quantity was helping drive momentum stocks of which is of course one. Alex Potter an analyst with the Piper Sandler raised his price target for Tesla to above nine hundred bucks a share. A little late given that already is but hey you know better late than having a one hundred ninety nine target which is what seen in business and then of course. There's also some rumors going around that In China to tinkering with a new kind of cobalt free battery which is supposed to be important. Even though I will admit I was a chemistry. So a couple of things confluence that I've picked up Enthusiasm momentum and this is the best for the Washington this is like the old bitcoin. We seventeen when bitcoin was hot. And you can watch it every day and it was fun. That's Tesla's stock today. I don't know what that means for the company but I'm having a hell of a time just watching this stuff happened absolutely and I think I think another statistic I would use on this front. Which would take into account allow this news which is the percentage of Tesla's shares held by institutions? Actually pretty low. I it's fifty five percent. Suit is a COP apple obviously pretty well known company at sixty three percent right and in many cases those institutions held for a long time so Tesla's largest shareholder baillie Gifford. We interviewed a Charles Plowden. Who HEADS UP THE PRIVATE MARKETS? Investing at Baillie Gifford for extra credit last year and they've been the company for more than a decade of our call and part of what I think the magic is for Tesla is you have this base of very long-term acid holders who believe in the company and have been holding a long period of time. And then you have this controversy in the retail market of people. Saying we'll do. Do I see two thousand going even higher right? And so the the debate between long and short ends up driving so much attention to the shares. That it's the dinner party stock conversation that you're hearing on. God's a bit of a carnival atmosphere to it you know Elon. Musk And grinds Elon. Musk and Joe Rogan Elon. Musk and this and that I mean he's become a celebrity in such a way that it's rare to see and the ruggedly buttoned up world of business. I mean I mean not to bring up. We were just you know owners Lee. Belykh Adam Newman had a touch of the celebrity to him in the semi that you must does. Though a fraction of what you Llaneras and normally we see people when they become wealthy and powerful retreat into their shells but like the Google founders. And how they kind of step back from the public light incrementally and now entirely from their company. Ilan doesn't give it you know dealing with throw. A rocket is truck and shutters. Window will just do it again. I mean talk a bow different. And that's that's the that's entertainment on a more serious note before we go to any One other thing we didn't touch on that could be driving enthusiasm. Sentiment and share price. Surges is Tesla's solar panel stuff. And I say stop because I'm reading today. That the solar roof that they brought out years ago and never really. Kinda put on the market is ramping up. And so we're seeing Tesla differentiate not in the automotive space but also outside of that in the in the ultrasound generation and storage space which some people believe could be a huge growth opportunity for the company. And I don't know how you feel about Ciller but I think that's probably true I think is probably the economics have gotten a better for solar and I again. I I think the magic of the share today is do you believe in each of the expansion opportunities for each of these different business lines and I think I think when you let me give you a comparison. Bordier a Canadian company who used to make snow. Mobiles expanded into planes trains jets and all kinds of other categories over the last couple years just this morning announced it was selling off its trained business to Allston French large Train manufacturer and really it was a story. overexpansion right. Here's a company that sort of got out of what it knew what to do. It got into jets trains and get it all these different spaces and so the question is do you believe in the musk magid. I mean that's sort of the bet that everyone has to believe in which is look. It's not just going from model to model three. It's not just going to cyber track. Meets still car at the end of day. Now you're getting into solar panels. Now you're getting into battery construction for not just homes but also at like a nation state scale kind of battery technology and I all. These are just technical. Risk that up like every single one of these is a completely new product. So I think you know. That's the bet that everyone has to make and that's why it's so exciting. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I totally agree with that but the all throughout there is that incomes tesla. It feels less of a musk better than it used to be. Because the company no longer bleeds so much cash at once. You stop bleeding. Cash and can begin to generate material consistent operating cash flow and free cash flow and more strict metric. You're willing Rome destiny and you have more space to make mistakes before it. Always only Tesla was on a tightrope if they missed this launch. That factory blew up. That tech. Didn't sell whatever that was. GonNa be the end of the company. They made a series of all. In bets of your poker player. Was My impression watching the company for years now with trailing operating cash flow positively and free casual Timothy. The company's kind of okay generated over the last four quarters over a billion dollars in free cash flow and just I believe did a placement of shares for a couple of billion at very high share price which is super smart. You know getting anymore taught so you know the first thing that we learned on this show was Jason Lincoln telling us that Elon. Musk is better at raising money than anyone else in the history of the world. He's that he's able to go out there and get cash and here again. He's doing it twice once running the company last and two from the share price surge. So Tesla is in the best shape it's ever been. I don't know if it's worth nine hundred twenty dollars. But the days of four twentieth funding secured certainly are behind us. And Danny. I'll give you the last word. I think the thing to pay attention to again as I think mosques the magic here but it goes beyond that I I do think marketing if you look at GM Ford you know. The large automobile manufacturers a huge part of their cost structure is marketing right. Like the amount of money you see it when you watch The Super Bowl. You'll see this when you watch different kinds of sports games. There's massive marketing budgets to push cars off the dealership at Tesla. Has this magic with a person who basically gets free advertising every single day on the business pages on the front cover of magazines or seeing must. You're seeing Tesla. All that is free business and so again you have cool cars. You have great marketing. You're not paying for any of it. You have free cash flow. It's clearly a more stable coming in. There was a couple of years ago. And there's this huge kind of expansion opportunities on the horizon coming up. You know that all up together I understand the lungs. I also understand the shorts but I guess we'll sort of see where it all comes together in the next couple weeks. Yeah and by the good call on the importance of free marketing. For Tesla as we're sitting here squeezing an extra equity episode just fine on Tesla because we found so entertaining so it's not nefarious per se is just if you care about financial markets and companies and growth. You can't not be watching
"allston" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"From Allston Brighton I'll pass to ninety inter Charlton miking for WBZ's traffic on the three and Ellis check the four day WBZ accu weather forecast it was a beautiful day today we'll see a clear night but clouds will increase will drop down to a low of twenty nine degrees tomorrow things are not going to look like they did today it'll be cloudy breezy we'll see a mix of snow sleet and rain then turning to just rain in the city in coastal areas none north and west of Boston they may get an inch of snow and slush high thirty eight inland forty three near the coast Tuesday night that rain will end it'll continue to be cloudy though a low of thirty eight degrees on Wednesday windy partly sunny a pleasant high of forty three Thursday we will see some sunshine but it'll be cold a high of just twenty five in one thirty to downtown looking toward the weekend Friday with highs in the mid thirty Saturday and Sunday it'll be dry highs in the low to mid forties right now we have partly cloudy skies in Boston forty eight degrees as forty eight in Stoughton forty degrees in Leominster forty degrees in Tewksbury it's six thirty five after being trapped for weeks quarantine aboard a cruise ship off the coast of Japan more than three hundred American citizens have been flown back to the US we get more now from CBS's math Piper two planes arrive stateside from Japan carrying Americans who had been quarantined on a cruise ship in the midst of the corona virus outbreak the state department says thirteen of those people apparently tested positive for the illness Dr Kris credit.
Boston: Allston woman reports being kidnapped while trying to use a Lyft home from Faneuil Hall
"And all student woman safe after a harrowing experience early yesterday morning the woman ordering a lift to but when her phone died she had no way of properly identifying the vehicle a group of men that nearby pointer toward a waiting car that driver took the woman a half hour north of Boston no where near the woman's destination when the driver stopped the woman kick the door open flag down another driver who got her safely home the woman was not assaulted no arrests have
"allston" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Details coming up in sports with Adam Kaufman along the way it's eight oh three and back out to the roadways this morning with the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is it's traffic and weather together years Lori Grandy are we dealing with wet roads as south of the city and now crash north on route twenty four it's in the breakdown lane just after one of six in west Bridgewater once you get beyond it heavy congestion one thirty nine to the merger rand off ninety five north on top it's not pontiff street to one twenty eight at one twenty eight north on just a wall of heavy traffic from ninety five in canton to one oh nine in Dedham you get a little bit of running room it loosens up some but then slogan route nine in Wellesley to route twenty in Waltham really tough on ninety three north on that lower and terrible from twenty four to the expressway expressway fifty three minute ride Braintree into the city let's check out the pike now with Kristen that can offer insurance road reports well it's a pretty slow right here Lauren the pike eastbound started just after at night in Framingham now that goes in pretty much all the way into the west due to stretch pass the honor at the kinds of route sixteen is starting to back up a bit approaching Allston Brighton as well any silver lining wealthy speed restriction that was out to the west between the Berkshires in Palmer on the mass pike has been lifted so we're done with the snow and the ice out there Kristen at the Monterey insurance road report writing scripts to both the summer in the Ted crawling through one eight in East Boston the earlier crash we had inside the tent that's cleared lower deck is jammed from assembly square to the o'neill tunnel there's a minor crash or there was a minor crash actually nicely it is just cleared before government center so that's a a little bright spot forces forty ninety three south by continues to be tough though for ninety five inter Wilmington and it really tied up there from Park Street into summer villain that with that crash there inside the o'neill tunnel I could get a bit worse for us we'll keep an eye out for it I Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the three of us could use an attitude adjustment after this morning's drive to work and not only that the weather's just stinks this morning it's clouds and showers now here in Boston everything's changed over from the early morning snow we're thirty seven degrees and.
Coastal Towns Worry About Storm Surges Damaging Tourist Sites
"New Hampshire is postcard perfect New England a compact city red brick and cobblestones built for good reason on a river's edge the settlers. There's who came here had to settle on the coast water for transportation. They needed water for food. Source and so the oldest parts of our country are right on the water for Rodney Rowland. Managing water is now a priority. He's in charge of maintaining the three dozen historic homes that make up Strawberry Bank Museum. How all this pass Rodney Sheppard. Just go Ho seventeen ninety five. This two hundred year old house has withstood. Two centuries of storms but in the last decade tides from the river just across the street have reached unprecedented levels fool. It's very water now. Routinely floods the basement asessment. We've measured from sixteen inches of saltwater in this basement during periods of astronomical high tide to twenty six inches of salt water in the space during a nor'easter that salt water has eaten away at mortar around the chimney bases and rotted the wood beams that support the House that rotten eventually means what for the house tale full down one of the timbers supporting the first floor of let go due to rot and the entire floor dropped a couple of inches. The region's history is on the line. But so is it's bottom line more than one hundred thousand people. A YEAR VISIT STRAWBERRY Bank museum saving. It is key to saving the region's tourism economy. Portsmouth Smith. New Hampshire is not alone. Coastal communities nationwide are grappling with the impact of increasingly heavy and frequent storms. And it's not it just old buildings that are threatened. Rising seas are also destroying less obvious pieces of history or here at the mouth the Allston river where it enters the grape. If you look that way you're headed straight to Portsmouth down. Megan Howie a University of New Hampshire. Anthropological archaeologist is leading me through the woods. Do the sight of her latest dig the remnants of a house built by the British in the sixteen hundreds. I don't see a house here. Yeah that's that's the point. That house is long gone but the foundational mound and debris remains are here. I follow her to the edge of an embankment and a sweeping view of the river. This location can. She says allowed early settlers to keep an eye out for enemies but instead of an advantage in recent years. The river has become a liability eroding the embankment embankment where the house once stood. I can show from aerial photo analysis. One out about twenty feet. Further less than twenty years ago. There's been that much erosion through storm surges primarily. Rising water is washing away. The last traces of the seventeenth century home sending the rocks that once formed its foundation back toward the river. I always research shows over the next century storm. Surges threatened to wipe out fourteen percent of historic sites along New Hampshire seacoast seacoast and if the erosion keeps happening the way it is that's just GonNa be more and more history that's GonNa wash away before we even get to it. It's not just an academic loss. Authentic history. She says is a selling point for tourist destinations worldwide and in coastal communities. It raises an important question. How best to preserve that past given even the threat of future storms for N._P._r.. News I'm Stephanie. Lighten in Portsmouth New Hampshire.
National Health Care for the Homeless Council Representatives Talk Health Care for the Homeless
"With Mr g Robert Watts or bobby watts. CEO of the National Healthcare for the Homeless Council and his colleagues League Barbara Dipietro who's the senior director of policy at NIH C H C a Bobby and Barbara welcome to the podcast thank you for having us thank you so much on background forty American forty rather million Americans live in poverty are upwards of fourteen percent of the population of these eighteen point five live in extreme poverty and five point three million in what's considered third world poverty in two thousand sixteen eighteen percent of children were living in poverty comprising thirty three percent of all people living in poverty and between ninety five and delve there was a seven hundred fifty percent increase in the number of children of single mothers experience experiencing two dollars a day poverty it's difficult to calculate the number of homeless Hud's twenty eighteen point times survey identified over five hundred and fifty thousand people living in emergency shelter transitional housing or unsheltered this was a slight increase over two thousand seventeen one third of those identified were families African Americans account for forty percent of these and veterans nearly ten percent although there's been a significant decline in veteran homelessness since twenty tint also included in this number is a growing number of of those having suffered a severe weather event think Hurricane Florence her Michael will and wildfires promises grown worse in part due to as Phil Austin the UN special rapporteur an extreme poverty concluded last here several decades of policy choices by government officials to ignore basic human rights and to criminalise poverty instead of arresting poverty we arrest the poor Allston for example noted in twenty eighteen that while police arrests in La decreased by fifteen percent overall in two thousand sixteen in L. A. Pre police that year arrested fourteen thousand homeless an increase of thirty one percent over the five years prior not surprising lead to say homeless the homeless Berry Heavy Disease Burden or not surprisingly they bear heavy deserted burn frequently the reason why they become homeless nearly Listen to vigils have some type of chronic condition including psychotic and affective disorders that range in prevalence from ten to
Recycling And The Mob
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google from Connecticut to California from Mississippi to Minnesota. Millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow. Oh online learn how Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact so in nineteen eighty-seven something convinced convinced many U.. S. cities to pick up recyclable items from residents homes Sarah Gonzales with our planet money podcast reports it started with a garbage barge and the mob mob yeah we kinda over cycling to the Mafia like the Gambino's John Guidi yeah that Mafia and and it starts with this guy in Mobile Alabama low Harrelson H. A. R. R. E. L. S. O. N.. Super Proud of his age eighty five live. Can you believe that still running onto cylinders not a mafia guy just a regular guy you call them farmer of you like this. I grew up. They were sharecroppers. I grew corn cotton potatoes. All kinds of vegetables typical of Alabama grew up in a home The days then in the nineteen eighties Harrelson learns this thing that he hates trash has a hidden use the methane garbage emits can be turned into electricity so Harrelson Allston decides he's going to collect a bunch of garbage in North Carolina and turn it into energy but he would need a lot of garbage and at the time if you were interested interested in garbage. New York was the place but it was controlled by the mob. Oh yes now. That's a story that will take a lot more time than we have today. Those cartel control the flow of garbage and has yet deal with specifically. You had to deal with a guy named <music> Salvatore Avellino Sal a Mambas with the Lucchese crime family who controlled garbage hauling on Long Island got ten years for conspiring inspiring in the murders of two garbage men and I found him. Hello Hi this Salvatori. Yes he's auditory. My Name is Sarah and I'm doing a story about the garbage barge. I know that it's kind of a complicated story but I want to see if you would chat with me about it <hes> well. I really rather not be honest which I want to be polite but good luck but I really don't WanNa talk about. It was the greatest idea hi dear what I was way ahead of my time and do you mind telling me why you don't WanNa talk about yes okay yes. He minds Salvatore Avellino guys picked. picked up garbage and Lowell Harrelson wanted to buy it. There was a ride in a stretch Cadillac Limos. That was a little scary but that was it. Harrelson was in business with the Mafia. He's a nice guy. I like how they rent. A barge called the Mo bro four thousand and he tugboat to tug the barge and on March twenty second nineteen eighty seven three thousand one hundred and eighty six tons of New York garbage set sail steered by Captain Duffy saint-pierre a few saint-pierre one of the best in business people start noticing the barge moving down the coast like what is that thing they think there must be some mobster toxic big waste hidden on the barge and a court order blocks it from unloading in North Carolina the get out and get away from this crowd the barges tied to a Cyprus tree the and the Mississippi River Waiting Mississippi didn't want it Florida Alabama Louisiana all say do not bring it here the barges on the nightly news like who will say no tomorrow the most watched load of garbage in the memory of man. It's become something of a national joke still loaded with tons of garbage still unwanted so the buyer just bobbing in the water two months four months baking in the sun poor captain. Duffy saint-pierre can't dock anywhere to take a shower even and there are all these stats coming out at the time that showed. Food town dumps were closing so people that they filled them all up. There was nowhere for this garbage to go. We've run out of places to throw away our throwaways always where we feel. We weren't full. This is Thomas Kinman in environmental economist at Bucknell University. He's as town dumps were closing but bigger. Regional landfills were taking their place but people didn't see that and so the recycling Arrow was born. That's why we recycled to this day. Who knows where we'd be without that barge? After five months a judge ordered Lowell Harrelson's garbage to go back to where it came from New York to be burned what a legacy <hes> forever will be known as that dummy who sailed the garbage barge. You are basically the reason why we recycle yeah. It has an impact on my tombstone. I would like them to say this. Oh boy did his damnedest okay and lead there so we recycle now in part because of a misconception that the U._S. was running out of landfill space. Sarah Gonzales N._p._R..
"allston" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Newton and from Allston back into the city downtown, the lower deck, back into the community college. The Tobin bridge outbound is backed up to Mike. King WBZ's traffic on the threes. Okay mic. And right now the forecast John's here, John Ferrick with the four day WBZ AccuWeather updates cloudy for tonight, a few showers, even a thunderstorm load out of fifty a little bit milder tomorrow. Clouds and sun, I sixty eight in the city amid upper seventies inland low to mid sixties for the Cape and then we'll see another batch of rain tomorrow night. The low fifty seven clouds break for some sun, Friday, I seventy two seventy five getting cooler NAT on the K partly sunny, Saturday. I seventy seventy five Immaculata meteorologist, John Feerick WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio we are seeing some rain right now on an Westfield showers. They're not a heavy downpour, but definitely. The rain is falling where it's sixty two colder in Worcester. Fifty three degrees in Boston right now, fifty two and cloudy skies deserve the Anchorage and in resort in York beach, Maine. The one ocean front resort for all nightly rates started just one hundred thirty nine dollars couples stay tune I'ts at dinner for only five dollars more per night, only the Anchorage and York beach Maine Anchorage in dot com. Six twenty five and checking New England business news tonight. This is Bloomberg's Karen Moscow XP semiconductors with perations in Wilburn agreed to buy the wifi connectivity business of Marv L technology. It's an all cash deal valued at almost one point eight billion dollars. The acquisition includes Marvel's wifi, and bluetooth, technology and related assets. Marvel has an office in Marlborough Cambridge based foundation medicine teaming up with Bayer to develop and commercialize new types of diagnostics, and on college foundation is owned by Roach, financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed American. The company has partnered up with American leaf company to file an application for a retail dispensary license in Springfield and New York based chain four or five copy roasters slated to open a location at two hundred state straight by the fall of twenty nineteen I'm Bloomberg's Karen Moskow. Would you mainland business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio coming up a story about Wales getting stressed? And right now, an example.
"allston" Discussed on KQED Radio
"BBC news with David Allston fourteen people in Montenegro, including two Russians and nine Serbs have been found guilty of plotting to overthrow the government on election day in two thousand sixteen the court endorsed, the prosecution's argument that fate had Russian supports to assess an eight to then prime minister Djukanovic and block Montenegro's accession to NATO China's top trade negotiator. Lou her is due for talks in Washington today before further US tariffs come into force on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods stock. It's down in East Asia in early trading in anticipation of the tooks Fadia. Elected heads of state across the EU of called for unity ahead of your European parliamentary elections later this month, they edged people not to take peace and prosperity. For granted. It comes as leaders meet in Romania to discuss priorities for the next five years. The US House Judiciary committee has voted to hold the attorney general William bar in contempt for failing to release a fool unredacted copy of the Mona report into Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election. The democratic chairman of the committee said the United States was now in a constitutional crisis. The US secretary of state's Mike Pompeo has withdrawn from the second visit on his current foreign tour. He's returning to Washington instead of visiting Greenland today that's being countered following the general election in South Africa for about a quarter of the results declared the governing ANC has about fifty four percent of the ballot. Archaeologists in southeast. England said they've discovered the oldest example of Christian Anglo, Saxon. Royal burial. The human remains found with two fragments but grave goods, including Eliah gold coins and decorative glass beakers were also recovered. BBC news. Hello there. I'm Ed Butler and welcome to business daily from the BBC today. We're looking at the recent tragedies that.
"allston" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Hello. This is David Allston with the BBC news the World Health Organization says it expects the number of deaths from the abode of virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo to pass the one thousand Mark today are Africa editor will Ross has this report this abode outbreak has lasted nine months, and it's still getting worse. The World Health Organization says more money's needed as well as technical assistance. It's about introduce a second bowl vaccine. But security problems are helping the virus spread within hours. The congolese. Authorities are likely to report the one thousand death, and yet there are still many people in the affected area. Who don't believe the virus? Exists health workers are trying to do daily checks on twelve thousand people who have potentially been exposed to the virus. But that's an impossible task in an atmosphere of deep mistrust with staff frequently attacked or threatened. The foreign minister of Bangladesh has warned that the British born schoolgirl who ran away to join the Islamic state group in Syria. Shamima Begum would face the death penalty if she entered the country. Jill mcgivering has the details. Speaking to the BBC docked moments said Bangladesh had zero tolerance policy on terrorists. If Shamim Begum turned up in Bangladesh. He said she would face the death penalty, the British government is responsible for her. He added she has nothing to do with us. He also said there was no question of being allowed to take Bangaldesh citizenship. Miss begum. Now nineteen was fifteen when she ran away to Syria after she surfaced in a refugee camp earlier this year the British government stripped her of British nationality decision. She's now challenging officials in eastern. India starting to assess the impact of one of the worst cyclones to hit the region in decades. The government said cyclone funny had caused extensive damage to old buildings and traditional houses in the state of additional with dozens of people injured more details from Devia aria. It's do they. Hard to establish contact because a lot of electricity. Poles have been brought down and power lines. Telephone lines have all been disrupted. It's hard to get to Puri which is the coastal town where the cyclone made landfall today morning, even to Venetia, which is fifty kilometers from the coast. We've heard from officials specially in the low lying areas where people were moved to shelters and their own homes were actually made tach roofs or mud houses there. There's going to be really widespread damage was Devia aria reporting, the Afghan Taliban has rejected cools for ceasefire during Ramadan. And criticized the traditional council or Loya Jirga which made the proposal in a statement, the about accused most of those the gathering in Kabul of being government allies, the militants said they were in discussion with the United States and would only talk to other Afghans once thought process was complete. We'll news from the BBC. The United Nations says food Russians have been cut for North Koreans following the worst harvest in ten years whether conditions contributed to the poor crop yield as did U N sanctions imposed on North Korea because of its nuclear and missile programs. Michael Bristow reports dry spell's heat waves in fluids all contributed to the worst harvest in a decade. A U N survey code out last millstone ten million North Koreans. Forty percent of the population now suffer from a severe lack of nutrition. They don't have enough to eat until the next harvest North Korea's loan had to rely on outside help to feed people, but aid is falling over recent years because of anger over Pyongyang's nuclear missile programs Thursday, South Korea said it had no immediate plans to provide food assistance to the north a Mexican journalist who reported on indigenous issues has been murdered in the southern state of Oaxaca to less photo. Santiago a broadcaster and activist who. Was the founder of a community radio station. Local media reported that he was shot by unknown gunmen as he drove home all Thursday the government described Mr. Santiago's death as an attack on Mexican journalism. The Tunisian Prime minister use have head as ordered the army to transport fuel two petrol stations across the country to try to break a strike stoppage by distribution workers as to fuel shortages and long queues at petrol stations. The industrial action pay rises is now in its second day, it's paralyzed country. Police in Germany have released one hundred sports cars seized on Thursday on suspicion that the drivers would taking part in an illegal road race across Europe. Some of the drivers were reported to be traveling at speeds up to two hundred fifty kilometers an hour. Most of the cars were registered in Norway and stick his identifying.
"allston" Discussed on KQED Radio
"BBC news with David Allston. The governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney and his French counterpart Francois. Around to Gallo have warned that the global financial system faces an existential threat from climate change and must take urgent steps to reform in a newspaper article. The two men urged other financial regulators to carry out stress tests to spot any risks in the system. Nasa. Scientists have confirmed that the surface is heating up as a result of global warming using satellite based infrared system they wriggled to monitor the planets in temperature between two thousand three and twenty seventeen on official results in Indonesia's presidential election show, the incumbent joker. We don't do is significantly ahead of his rival pro to the onto the first results of the so-called quick. Pose carried out by credited Ponant groups should president. We're dodo with around thirteen percent. I head. Donald Trump has used his presidential veto for only the second time since taking office. He's blocked to Bill to end American support for Saudi that military operations in Yemen. Trump described the resolution which has been passed by congress as an unnecessary and dangerous attempt to weaken, his constitutional powers. The French cabinet has kid way. Other business today to devote its entire meeting to planning the rebuilding of not predom- cathedral. President Emmanuel Macron said he wants the restoration from Monday's devastating fire completed in time for the twenty twenty four Paris Olympics. The multi media giants Google and apple have stopped offering a controversial video sharing app in India. The Chinese tap tick allows uses to create chef short videos recently accord in India raised concerns that it was used to spread pornography. BBC news. Hello and welcome to business daily from the BBC. I'm Vivian newness. Tonight. We're taking you to Pakistan. It's a country that's home to two hundred million people two thirds of them under the age of the we meet some of the country's most promising young entrepreneurs and hear how they using technology to solve longstanding problems with these women when they would go to be houses, they wouldn't get the amount. They would ask for those by gaining. And then the clients would make them wait for hours and hours, and we pay visit to Pakistan's answer to Spotify. Windchill aim is to have people like, hey, we're gonna find the drag and you're like a ticket propriety. Okay. So you'll live made it when Petar becomes a commonly. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely that's all in business daily from the BBC. In much the.
"allston" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"W J's Mike Campbell. Joining us live local with more Mike boy that has the road crews as well as the contractors extremely busy comment Maine's landscape supply the Southfield yard telegraph north of eight mile. Tina white spin a salesperson there for thirty years. And she says she's been there all night. It's been busy busy since Sunday. I think we just closed down for. Few hours, and then we've been opened on stuff. She says the trucks just keep coming in one after the other. And I watched him come in Courtney Allston is the load operator. He says a lot of the drivers are pretty happy to see the snow it really happy to be here. Some guys need to go home and go to sleep though, talk to one plow driver Brian Ross from Rosh landscape in Southfield. And he says he's been going since six thirty last night. And he still hasn't done reporting live in Southfield Mike Campbell, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty try public schools shutting down for a second straight day as road crews continue to clear back streets and the bus routes w w J's Charlie Langton joins us now. Live and local Charlie. I'm curious your way in this morning. And now that you're out and about how faster people going on the main roads and freeways. The really the speed limits. Fine, people are going here. I'm on the Davidson, I was on the lodge earlier on the highway, but I was on Libranoy. I've been quite a lot of streets and people are going the speed limit the lodge, certainly fifty sixty miles an hour. That's not a bad problem. The roads are clean the problem is on the side streets. I've taken a drive through a couple of neighborhoods. You know, they're not terrible terrible. But that doesn't they have not been plowed. There certainly not like the streets that we were just talking about on the main streets, but for about fifty thousand Detroit public school students. They're going to get a second day off as you mentioned. But not everybody's really happy about that Ashleigh, given she's a long-time, Detroit or should those schools be closed..
"allston" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The Allston school board now has to decide what to do with recommendations for dealing with the district money problem. A task force report says the school board push back the budget issue so long that dramatic measures for the only option now to right the ship. Robert Thomas is the task force chairman structural fundamental changes that would address your budget shortfall, and then buy you all time closing up to fifteen campuses redrawing boundaries and reinvesting money for magnet schools across the district. All option still on the table crumbling infrastructure, though is also a major problem with estimates nearing four billion dollars to fix various facilities, and that's all money that wouldn't be going directly toward classroom learning. Patrick osborne. Newsradio KLBJ school board. Also has a new report on enrollment projections for the next ten years. It says enrollment will continue declining a drop of seven thousand two hundred students is expected. Much of the problem is attributed appearance who are choosing private schools or charter schools. Today's the opening of the new session of the Texas legislature. Governor rabbits top priority is capping the growth in property tax revenue property tax bills, often increase far faster than household income. No government should be able to tax people out of their homes. He wants to cap revenue at a growth rate of two point five percent per year. Parents have several AST students in southeast Austin are demanding that capital metro provide bus service for their kids. They bus service was eliminated as maps were redrawn. Last year memorial high school p TSA so fairly as about that says that's the only bus service some kids could rely on to get to and from school as an EMT is only required to provide buses within a two mile radius of the schools. They did work on getting an extra buzz, but after school, but still leaves a lot of kids off. Who are beyond that two miles. Gavel metro ficials say they do have a partnership with right Austin. So students can get rides that way. But the bottom says a lot of the affected students that don't have cell phones for that. We're just don't have the data needed to use the app. John Cooley NewsRadio. KLBJ.
"allston" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso
"That would barely what? And I said Allston questions about that crap. Oughta woods, I would lampoon them with the with the question of what can I walk? That somebody say, yes. Yeah. And somebody said, yes. And then, but they didn't actually give me the job of the TV present fussed. They told me I could be Tico. So I was the guy that would go around the office and just make people have numerous trips the ball through while I filled up teacups, gosh, I like the so would t girl be sort of like an intern. But yeah, you know, want less than less than. No. I I liked the I like thinking of it as t- girl, though. That sounds kind of cool. Yeah. It was kind of you just go around. I didn't have a trolley. But if you can imagine the trolley on. TV's eight I love it. Wait. So you said you were at the school of economics. So how did you end up there? That's also quite interesting story. I actually got got disqualified from A-level exam, which is kind of my version of the SAT. Because our accident brought my mobile phone into the exam, and this is when mobile phones fussed on the scene, and I didn't I totally forgo. I had own me, and it went off, and I left the exam hall, and they said you've just been disqualified from a level exam and amend. I couldn't go teen of acities mind tie life was ova. And, but you know, what it was my that was my first lesson in a disaster is never as bad as it seems. Yep. Completely agree completely. Yeah. And that was kind of also serendipity the universe. The universe is going back. And so at a young age, I was kind of so I- redid my animals, and then decided that I had stand Nandan and apply to the school of economics, which ended up being much better than I had ever kind of anticipation. So yeah, it was a kind of learn lessons on a knife. I suppose got it. So. But knowing that you were you were sort of drawn to the entertainment field was was the economic your dad was your dad and entrepreneur. Yes. So it was that where the economics where you were even open to that yet. An also so so the the Ella se was really passionate about politics. And I suppose you university did full me is that everybody I went to school with that whole belief was if I didn't make the weld batch or if I'm not working on things at trying to make dwelt better than I don't want to be a part of it. And so from young age, I think my ho- schooling was just this. I love the entertainment, obviously, it was fun and exciting. And I and I started entertainment presenting while I was still studying politics economics. And so I had this jewel life of waking up in the morning. Running to university kind of doing about women's rights. And this was what two thousand eight and then I would be running to interview one direction in the evening. I can having Phongo moment. And then I run home and start writing about the welfare state, and it was just kind of these two. Well, it's my actually even even even though the so different that actually not in a way because if you could utilize one for the other, maybe we could bring them both more together, which is like a lot of what you're doing now, which it's an odd in a way when I look back good actually the last ten years, my life is kind of being you don't I suppose you. Yeah. I mean, look a lot like with your career to you. Do you find that? When he let you go. That's why I was I did that. Because now I'm doing this. Yeah. For sure I mean, I I've definitely talked a lot about a very very swirly career path and. Being sort of without direction for a long time and kind of hopping from job to job..
"allston" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso
"That would barely what? And I said Allston questions about that crap. Oughta woods, I would lampoon them with the with the question of what can I walk? That somebody say, yes. Yeah. And somebody said, yes. And then they didn't actually give me the job of the TV presenter fussed. They told me I could be Tico. So I was the guy that would go around the office and just make people have numerous trips the ball through while. I just felt up teacups gosh, I like that. So would t girl be sort of like an intern? But yeah, is less than less than I I liked the I like thinking of it as Tieger though, that sounds kind of cool. Yeah. It was kind of just go around. I didn't have a trolley. But if you can imagine the trolley on. TV's eight I love it. Wait. So you said you were at the school of economics. So how did you end up there? That's also quite interesting story. I actually got got disqualified from A-level exam, which is kind of my version of the SAT. Because our accident brought my mobile phone into the exam, and this is when mobile phones first on the scene, and I didn't I totally forgot I had me and it went off, and I left the exam hall, and they said you've just been disqualified from a level exam and amend. I couldn't go teen of acities mind tie life was ova. And, but you know, what it was my that was my first lesson in a disaster is never as bad as it seems. Yep. Completely agree completely. Yeah. And that was kind of also serendipity like the universe. The universe is going back. And so at a young age, I was kind of so I- redid my animals, and then decided that I had stand Nandan and apply to the school of economics, which ended up being much better than I had ever kind of anticipation. So yeah, it was a kind of learn lessons on a knife. I suppose got it. So. But knowing that you were you were sort of drawn to the entertainment field was was the economic dad was your dad and entrepreneur. Yes. So it was that where the economics where you were even open to that yet. And also, the VISA was really passionate about politics. And I suppose you university did full me is that everybody I went to school with that whole belief was if I didn't make the weld batch or if I'm not working on things at trying to make dwelt better than I don't want to be part of it. And so from young age, I think my ho- schooling was just this. I love the entertainment, obviously was fun and exciting. And I and I started entertainment presenting while I was still studying politics economics. And so I had this jewel life of waking up in the morning. Running to university kind of doing about women's rights. And this was what two thousand eight and then I would be running to interview one direction in the evening. I can having Feingold moment. And then I run home and start writing about the welfare state, and it was just kind of these two. Well, it's my full actually, even even even though that's so different that actually not in a way because if you could utilize one for the other, maybe we could bring them both more together, which is like a lot of what you're doing now, which is an odd in a way when I look back good actually the last ten years, my life is kind of being you don't I suppose you. Yeah. I mean, look a lot like with your career to you. Do you find that? When he let you go. That's why I was I did that. Because now I'm doing this. Yeah. For sure I mean, I I've definitely talked a lot about a very very swirly career path and. Being sort of without direction for a long time and kind of hopping from job to job..
"allston" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Tom hit Allston and Hugh Laurie made terrific adversaries in a TV adaptation of lake raise the night manager, the little drummer girl is on par with those wonderful works, and it's twists and subtleties are pure Laker. But this new miniseries. Ended up reminded me of something else as well. The way it lays out its spiker chooses its participants and keeps adapting as things go awry, the little drummer girl struck me as a variation on another very familiar TV theme from start to finish. It's like a very expanded episode of mission impossible. And I mean that as a compliment. David in Cooley is editor of the website TV worth watching and author of the platinum age of television from I love Lucy to the Walking Dead. How TV became terrific. On Monday show. Maybe some of y'all heard me BUSTER Scruggs known to some as the San SABA song bird, the ballot of BUSTER Scruggs is a new Coen brothers film of six stories about the old west. They're singing gunslinging Cowboys, Bank, robbers and wagon trains on the Oregon trail. We'll talk with Joel and Ethan Coen about the film. Hope you can join us. Fresh Air's executive producer is Danny Miller. Our senior producer is Roberta shorrock, our technical director and engineer is Audrey Bentham with additional engineering support from choice Lieberman and Julian Herzfeld, our associate.
"allston" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Wbz keith invent allston you're live on wbz api keith hey chris thank you so much for taking my call really enjoy your show yeah this is this is just one of many examples that's why my wife and i home school our children there are there are many things that i do not want my kids who score this being one of them for because of my religious belief and especially as you mentioned earlier elementary kids not even needing sexuality discussing the classroom this would be something that i would discuss with my kids later on and other by terms and the way that i want them to know about it but you know we're seeing more and more of this we've seen this just continue to get more and more of them introducing things like this public school but you know i know you home school we catch a lot of flack sometimes from people of why we do it but i hear examples like this i'm just thankful that we're able to homeschool i know it's not for everyone but it's sort well i wanna see that too if we all if everybody who is a christian pulled out of our schools we would be screwed we must have the people that will stand up and speak the truth and share the truth in these places we must not cloister ourselves off and hide ourselves that's not why we decided to do it but it's a sure is a perk i'll tell you that so it would be a lot easier for me to put my children in public schools i'm not against public schools in any way shape or form i was public school my wife was public school by parents thought we were nuts and they said well they've actually stopped thinking we're nuts because they've actually seen these kids for six and a half years in our like blown away now so they figured out that it is okay but but but but listen unique and even if your home school or you need to define sexuality to your children and the age literally is seven years old is when you.
"allston" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And on the greater asta crime commissioner sounding alarm we already have a police shortage we have many officers over the past few weeks have been put on desk duty because of officerinvolved shooting right as those investigation continues and then we have more than three hundred thousand showing up for south by southwest at a greater asta crime commission is concerned in the month of march we typically see a spike in leaving the scene crash accidents a spike in auto theft dwi possession of marijuana credit card abuse in identity theft and now we have a shortage of officers even more on deaths duty and now we got even more people come into town while he's pretty clear they're not going to be able to handle it they're not going to be able to realize it's very clear that the city council has turned their backs to the austin police and i'm starting to think because of that and i'd hate to see this happen i'm starting to think that south by southwest has outgrown the city of austin because the city council does not want to address this policing issue is kind of interesting and many other cities that would love to have south by southwest sure they would write down the road there are many other cities that would provide the security and massive tax breaks for south by southwest to be in town no it has outgrown allston we cannot hamlet were isn't it but we're going to have it here anyway now the greater asta crime commission they say that there's the staffing studies reveal that the apd's needs an additional three hundred twenty seven officers just to keep up with our current population estonia a normal day that's what we need show it's clear we cannot handle this and so that makes southbound southwest all the other things we have here the rock rally what have you know it because the very dangerous situation for all concerned now and and it's unfortunate among told this out there and another some local business owners and listening right now on south by some good for local business many it is not i mean if any it is not quite for hotels and bars absolutely right not all hotels him bars no what do you mean no because what it does there it's it's kind of on many fronts here number one.
"allston" Discussed on WINS 1010
"His remarks tricia geater whose family was relocated from her niger apartment at the week's phil houses after the ceiling collapsed again but her new place has no furniture and a leaky toilet mayor de blasio owners really don't fares not acceptable a deputy mayor says they were already working on getting beds into the temporary housing julia poppa ten ten wins in brooklyn wins news time eight forty nine a civilian employee of the nypd has it a crime try fakta of sorts she's been arrested for a third time in a year kalisz allston who worked as a custodial assistant was arrested at her staten island home on drug and weapons charges after police executed a search warrant she was already in hot water last may often was accused of robbing a bank in the village that was shortly after she was accused of stealing a coworkers paycheck forging a signature and trying to cash it wins news time eight fifty new jersey's a new governor phil murphy was sworn in today and wasted little time in promoting his agenda stronger and fairer new jersey embraces criminal justice swissair comprehensively and that includes a process to legalize marijuana he called for more funding for planned parenthood of fifteen dollar minimum wage and higher taxes for the wealthy and he vowed to resist every move from president trump on what he called a misguided republican congress wins news time eight fifty at doherty's in southern california said a mother of thirteen children some of whom are now adults and who are kept chained to furniture and filthy conditions acted like nothing was wrong when police came to her home peres county sheriff greg fellow get into the specific details of the conversation simba promoter was perplexed as to why we were arisen a 17yearold girl escaped through a window and called.
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"One three the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes are seeing work crews outside of the city on route 495 heading northbound through the end over area on route ninety five heading southbound through burlington that stretching all the way down for about route three down to adjust about route two a end up past route four and 225 all the way traveling closer to the city we've got some work crews on northbound on route one through the chelsea and saugus area minded delays through there it's reasonably slow southbound little bit of a delay is well on that stretch we have work crews on route ninety three heading northbound just north of the sake him bridge and now the ah the work crews the works rumors of their but delays have pretty well eased out we also have a ramp a couple of ramps closed down coming off stirrer dr heading eastbound getting onto ninety three southbound at leverett circle that ramp is closed getting onto route one heading northbound the tobin bridge in that area also closed we have some ramp closure zone route ninety a kind of the year ted williams tunnel right now getting a on and off in south boston and the seaport district bunch you get into the branch will tunnel were cruising the westbound side causing some pretty heavy delays and some lane restrictions on the allston the auburn robbed the allston interchange on the mass pike bonnard delays through there it's just got to be slow just watch out for rush the other uh other motorist as you getting through there i'm jack hark wbz 24hour traffic network gears the fourday wbz accuweather forecast with patchy clouds overnight expect lows generally in the '60s including sixty seven a downtown boston tuesday more humid with changing amounts of clouds and sun high not far from eighty clear onto tuesday night the low sixty eight.
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"They're sought an economic summit it wouldn't be unusual however with all the suspicion and scrutiny on president trump's ties with russia it is it is unusual especially in light of the drip drip drip of information that keeps coming out of further connections to russia reporter in washington should work the president's discussed the texas legislature would special social now tackling governor greg abbott priorities cbs's don champion is reporting controversial bathroom legislations on the list the bill specifies which restrooms that cringe gender people can use republican governor gray craig abbott cleaved back on the table reopening a rift in the party the party is divided over whether this is a deeply important moral issue were just the complete fake with no purpose except to rally the base the debate drew protests that the capitol building allston but the bathroom bill has become more than a civil rights issue business leaders are concerned it would hurt the state's image and its economy just the threat of the bathroom bill is made folks too nervous to on uncomfortable to bring their business taxes i drought then rain creating told grass much of the west now that grassless fuelling dozens of wildfires throughout the region scott mclean of cal fire so we saw advocate fire starting early on this year due to that crash profits crashed right off so fast and it is so tall and and so debt from its wrote it is promoting these fires very rapidly if a cloud of smoke now blankets much of british columbia where nearly four hundred wildfires were burning wall street tuesday the dow industrials fell fifty four at twenty nine point.