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In trial over Arbery death, racial reckoning looms large

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

In trial over Arbery death, racial reckoning looms large

"Jury selection begins Monday in the trial of three white men charged with killing an unarmed black man in Georgia in February of twenty twenty many see the case as a reckoning for the local justice system amada armory was chased and fatally shot after Greg McMichael and his son Travis saw him running in their neighborhood prosecutors say he was just out jogging they chased him in a pickup truck more than two months passed before the McMichael's ended neighbor William Ronnie Bryant who taped the encounter were charged with the murder for many it's not just the white defendants on trial but rather a justice system that allowed them to remain free for weeks after they pursued and killed a black man I'm Julie Walker

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"amada" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:48 min | 7 months ago

"amada" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Whatever might be, they have to be intentional, transparent, inauthentic in the way they do things. It comes to my mind Bill because you are also a pioneer in working with Millennials and Jen's ease that not only were you a multicultural expert, you're also multigenerational workforce expert as well. So hats off to you. No. So one thing is that is obvious to me because I live in Silicon Valley, And I know many Silicon Valley companies are taking the lead in modeling. Um, this new way of doing business and working proactively with Jen's ease and adopting Policies, procedures to be inclusive. How are other industries? Progressing. I think a lot of the industries are struggling. There is a lot of implicit bias about millennials and Gen Z, but I think a lot of them are struggling. They're not sure what to do. They're not used to having their power question by such a large group of people. So one of the big messages that I have for the corporations and the organizations out there is Bring people in early. Don't wait until they've been with the company or a year or two. Let younger people Be exposed to the problems and issues that accompany organization have Early. In left and be a part of the solution. And part of the reason why people leave this that they don't feel like they're making an impact. They don't feel like they have purpose. They don't feel like the organization embraces their views, their values their diversity. And that they don't understand how to interact with them. And so Companies need to be aware that if they do not show this level of authenticity, vulnerability, transparency, they're gonna fall. And I'm really encouraging people to to make sure that when they hire people, they let them see everything. Do not hide anything from them. Let them help us find solutions. Well, Bill Thank you for being a guest today on the regular part of the show. Always insightful and would love to have you come back. Well, thank you. So you'll see the circular insider time host Keith Que on today's show has been Bill Amada, founder chairman, She contacted the officer of I W Group, a multicultural marketing agency that's worked with the top. Global and domestic brands for the past 30 plus years when we come back, Bill's gonna be talking about on our pivot. What he predicts for the future and how this all works together. If you want to get a hold of Bill, you should go to iw group that agency or you can email us that info. It.

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"amada" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:10 min | 7 months ago

"amada" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Week is Bill Amada, who's the founder, chairman and chief contacted the officer of I W group. David Group is a very well known multicultural marketing and PR agency located in so Cal. That bill started over 30 years ago, working with many top brands, including American Airlines, Coca Cola, General Motors Atrial Lexus, McDonald said. Just name a few and sold me right back to here. Bill Story in this week's Tech news. We're gonna first start with Google announcing that they expect that over 60% of US 140,000 employees. We'll only know you to spend three days in the office per week post pandemic. This is a policy that just announced company wide by their CEO assumed our peach I as well as it goes, along with other technology companies such as Microsoft and slack. Saying that he returns to the normal 95 workday is never gonna happen, and that alternative work schedules will be the norm. If you are a fan of the 1995 era of windows, which we windows 95, the icons you grow accustomed to over the last Almost 30 years get ready for a shift. Microsoft is finally moving towards a new look and feel for the icons. So if you've embraced the old look It is going to be a change for you Google because the amount of users and that of ransomware that's happened and other types of vulnerabilities name announced that by the fault going forward, they're gonna be enabling. Two factor authentication. That's where You need to get a text message Getting alternate email or some other form when you log into accounts is just too much risk nowadays in how the council being set up On Google, so just want to make sure that Things are going to be safe. They actually had a survey that 66% of all Americans admitted to reusing the same passwords over and over and over again. So just a reminder to change your password off And that is the techniques that we wait..

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"amada" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"amada" Discussed on WTVN

"Ryan Day yesterday praising Maryland who hosts the Buckeye Saturday says they're extremely talented and a dangerous team topping the list of concerns. Maryland Q B. Tell Leotardo Biola, they says to his little brother has thie it factor. Buckeyes with another practice say today. Saturday's game 3 30 on the Big 10 network. Kobe continues to spike across the country again, and it's causing more problems with college football. Ah, pair of key SEC games wiped off the schedule this weekend. Alice you having covert issues there game with number one. Alabama is off Number five. Texas say them has multiple cases with its team and the Aggies game at Tennessee is ofus. Well. The Bangles Sunday visit the Steelers. Pittsburgh, Unsure right now, with Ben Rafa's Burger will play Big Ben yesterday, one of four players placed on the team's reserve Corbett list for coming in contact with the virus so far wrong. This Burger has not tested positive for Murbach. I Sam Hubbard of the Bangles is off the injured list. He's returning after missing the last four games with an elbow injury. Injured. Browns receiver Odell Beckham had surgery yesterday, repairs toward a C L Rounds hope he'll be back at the start of next season Could former Buckeye basketball coach Thad Matta be returning to coaching which Dos State, according to reports, is close to parting ways with longtime coach Gregg Marshall over allegations of abuse. Seth Davis of CBS says the program once Amada to come in and take over and baseball's managers of the year, the Marlins down Mattingly in the National League. Tampa's Kevin Cashen, the fromthe Central high Ohana dealer. Sports stats, Matt Recordings, radio 6 10 W TV at attention.

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"amada" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"amada" Discussed on Pantheon

"They, because do I think it's a great song 'em because I wouldn't mind receiving the checks that I know she's received as a result of that song what also having seen the impact of that song I and the way that people respond to it the way that people connect to it. Live at shows the way people are even just her fans with me as a result of me. Being you know a someone that has worked with her and and I sang that song on the voice I cover that song on the voice and. People's responds to it even though it's on very different from her version of it I just feel like that is what i. that's the kind of song that I wanna right I want to write a song that allows people to connect. to it in the way that they have to that song, and that's the first thing that comes to mind Ho knows if I was able to sit down and how think you trust those instincts that's what I a lot of times people will struggle with it and I'll just sit there and I'll go back and I'll be like what was the first thing that popped in and they can you know that's I think that's usually the best way to go. Yeah, and I mean who are now that I'm thinking about it there are like a million other songs that are coming through. But I mean like if I had written paranoid Android, I would've felt like I would be the coolest person on the planet and I just die after that. You know the story behind that. I. Read somewhere that he was like in a bar. In a hotel room above a bar like in a room above a bar and people were just like partying and getting crazy and he was just so frustrated because they were keeping him awake and that's where that whole thing came from. Okay. Yeah. I I read like something somewhat similar where he was in a bar and he saw like a number of people that were extremely John. This one particular lady who was I kinda PREC-, and entitled and just like a really bad drunk and I think that's where the line like. Gucci Little Piggy came from your. But. I mean I wish I'd written that I wish I'd written all of one was catalog. All of Michael Jackson's Kellogg like great. Great Songs Yeah. Connect. You. Know those I mean you can't go wrong with those I had someone. Pick Michael Jackson as their artists that they would listen to. If they could only listen to one for the rest of their life recent, Mala. Yeah. That makes sense. What are the things you gotta consider is a giant catalog of music because officials going to be on repeat you on you're going to get sick of it after seventy years. Okay. So I've heard you covers obviously I heard dream on and today I listened to that. Nice really. Nice Acoustic version of best me by Foo Fighters Oh. Really, great I thought that was one of those. I just thought you nailed that song and then here's the one that just floored me. Was Show me how to live by audio slave? He. says. When you were saying like. I just want to like belted out sometimes, but people are like, no you got this really pretty voice like I'm telling everyone I'm gonNA linked to this in the show notes go look at this youtube video and watch those girls sing with this like this giant horn section behind you that you just like power like five horns and make a microphone. That's true. But you know it's in here too. And thank but. This I literally listened I got tingles my girlfriend's sitting there making. Lunch and I'm just like. Are you listening to this and? Again kind of and I'm like this is just so good and I'm wondering because of your voice with those horns and I just got me thinking like is your ideal? Are you just like bullhorns up ahead Bang Rocker at heart? You know why I like to think when I think of myself and like my musical tastes I think or rather I would like to embody prince like I feel like prentice. The perfect example in that prince was able to pop back and forth between between genres he was able to you know throw a little rock and roll Mary who's able to throw a little soul in there he was able to throw a little gospel there arm be a little funk. And while I am nowhere near as a accomplish says, prince, was I. That is what that is what I aim for I because I love music I, love all types of music. And I want to be able to sing and appreciate all of those things when opportunities present themselves. Now I think as I progress as an artist I'm haunting in on more of a an Amanda Brown's sound that all you know hopefully, people will recognize when they hear me singing on something but I definitely learned to be a bit more edgy I think than I was ten years ago. It's issues. That to the world. That was not always the case go back and look at my performance singing battery park and I was like. On classical singer. I've definitely grown. Did you know the audio slave song or was that something that you guys just kind of said was that your suggestion was that somebody else's Yes Oh brass Ganz. If you're familiar with them but they are sort of You know a ban that always kind of. Plays and records these songs that are just like you know f the establishment You know like they're all rock songs but they're like songs that are just like have some sort of a message in regards to like governments or religion or some sort of societal You know thing that exists and so he Brad actually presented a number of songs to me, and that was one of them and I was just like I wanNA sing this song is familiar with audio, but I was familiar with that too so. It was a pleasure and you know when we had recorded, it was not you know and not that much longer after Kris passed away and so I felt even more kind of like empowered to make sure that that performance was was as good as I could possibly make it. You know paying some Amish. Yeah No, it was really good This has been so much fun. The single is from here it drops type Tober twenty third. Go find it. And Love it and Amanda Brown thank you for spending some time with us and thank you for using a condenser microphones. So Nice Lean. And Much continued success to you. Thank you very much is a pleasure. Okay first thing I'd like to do is confirm that Amanda was right I did go to song FACS Dot Com and double checked our handiwork on paranoid android and sure enough he wrote it more so on a night out I was partially right he wrote it while staying awake at five in the morning because he was thinking about all the crappy people that he met anyway thank you so much to Amanda. and. Thank you to all of you for the stories behind the songs. Go to Song Fax Dot Com.

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"amada" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"amada" Discussed on Pantheon

"Have a drink and then. Again. I don't I don't know what it is, but it keeps talking about this picture. Perfect friend. And it seems to be saying that things aren't good now but they might be on the road and I'm just really as I'm listening what I want to ask you what Protopopov needs like evasive but hopeful type ideas. Yeah thousand now they're core kind of song about relationship these relationships man. Just fuel for the fire. and. I'm saying you know I'm no good for you. But really, I'm talking about this other person who would constantly you know sort of give that energy off to me as if to say you know I I'm no I'm I'm not good for you. Deserve better. You deserve you know a better person but like you know I'm GonNa stick around because this could potentially like you know I could become a better person be better. You know our relationship could potentially grow into a better thing and it was just kind of like it was a bit of a star casting way at at you know addressing this particular person just like you're no good for me, right? Right now, maybe down the road, I'm not shutting the door yeah. Didn't shut the door for few years Burton know. We're all guilty of string someone along for two. Yeah fortunately. All. Right. So I'M GONNA get into some of these these these questions that I'm asking everyone to ask everyone three of the third one I make personal. So number one is if you listen to one band for the rest of your.

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"amada" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

10:29 min | 1 year ago

"amada" Discussed on Pantheon

"One I had never traveled outside of the country. You know one outside of visiting Jamaica with my family. I had never traveled anywhere else prior to that I had never had a full time music job. You know where music was the only thing I was doing I always had like a music gig and then like two other jobs. So you know it was pretty amazing in that like I was able to travel the world and do just music for you know three years and get paid for and I was just like this exists like people actually do this. So yeah, it was pretty it was pretty amazing and after having that experience I was like Oh. Yeah. This is definitely something that I want to keep doing. So that kind of solidified it I'm curious about that how that experience. Kind of. Prepared you for what came pretty close to be next, which was your time on the voice. Yeah. So well, actually I was working with the leash accused for about three years and would sing background for you know a few other artists here and there and and then I actually left at the end up three year those three years because I wanted to. I wanted to write more for myself. I wanted to record more for myself and I wanted to explore the idea of being a solo artist and what that meant for me. Urging for that I imagine all I. Mean everybody's everybody's always has always been supportive everyone that I worked always been supportive of whatever it is. You WanNa do like we support you know ones. I, don't leave us I said you're staring us in the back for. And know everyone's always been supportive God but Yes. So I left and then I was in New York not touring and I was just like, okay. Now, what do I do and you know I've got like a bunch of. Jobs I was working in like a clothing store, for Min- While I was trying to figure all my friends all around there for you. Girl likes a piece of fabric but. No I am I then started singing at this club in the West village called the village underground. I started singing in the House van offer of few years and that experience sort of helped me honed my live performance chops as a solo artist because everyone onstage was talented in their own right. So many of those guys and ladies had been performing you know in New, York City for years in in various venues. Sort of had that so low stage experience, which I didn't have I'd only really ever song as a background singer or within a group or within a choir and so that really helps me home my my solo performance skills and wanted I, was working there. That's when I addition for the Voice of God. I had that experience I because if I had gone on the voice prior to sing at the village underground, I definitely would have thoughts. I'm really curious what were some of the songs that you were singing? No was it mostly covers yeah. There were all covers occasionally a few of us will perform some original songs for the most part of was covered. You know it was like a late night we play until sometimes two three o'clock in the morning. As so it was like one of those late night bars people will come and drink and dance, and they wanted to hear songs that they knew very lounge. I don't know that it was lounge had seeds but like are the man was pretty loud. It's like I. Don't know that many people were able to have a conversation unless you were talking directly into someone's ear. Okay. Like we were we were walking down there. That's cool. Okay. So I am coming from someone who has been in and out of watching a show like the voice. My mom was a huge fan. Less her. And so she got me watching a couple of seasons. Unfortunately, it was after you were on. but I do have some questions about the voice behind the scenes that if she were still with us, she would want me to absolutely ask somebody because she'd be freaking out that I had the opportunity to talk to somebody that was on the show. And so. Okay. So first of all. Using. Both someone like you by Adele and also had one of the most memorable performance I think probably in the show's history with Aerosmith's dream on. And I'm wondering where you nervous taking on any of these songs by such big and diverse voices leading up to him. Yeah I mean I was always nervous before every single performance I get I mean I used to get extremely nervous to the point where like? I couldn't talk to anybody needs to be my own space and zone and I remember before I, performed a dream on which is a song that song a.

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"amada" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"amada" Discussed on Pantheon

"And many more. She released her first solo album dirty water in twenty eighteen, and now she's finding her voice on a new EP and the first to come off of that is called from here. So we talked to her about all of that and more. So please stay tuned for the lovely and really just superfund Hang Miss Amanda Brown. Very. Curious. I want to we're GONNA I usually do this in a way that's more. Chronological. But I I was listening to from here and it's coming out October twenty third. You got a great song here. Just good. It gives me the sense that you've been pondering a few things and maybe within a relationship and with the resulting question being, where do we go from here some kind of wonder what can you tell us about this new track? yes. So it's a song that I wrote God, two thousand eighteen I was actually on the road at that time and I was touring with the killers and. Yet you know we all have periods where you know we're in a relationship and sometimes it works out sometimes it does it for me. You know in the case of this relationship, it didn't work out. Says says. To See. Can't. And Yeah it was just kind of sort about a bit of a crossroads i. You know had this had just released or actually I was promoting an album that I was gearing up to release and You know I, had been feeling this poll to move to the West Coast for a number of years prior to and Yeah kind of just you know that was the that was the question that kept popping up in the session I wrote the song with Jessica. Vaughan who is very talented artist in own right and songwriter and and keep Darrin was was sort of like kind of Co Producing Co writing session. And And Yeah we she was just like so what do you WanNa talk about and I like well, this is at the forefront of my mind and my life right now and And Yeah, that's that's how the song came about. So is us where do you go into the idea of what's going on in your mind and your life, and then you just kinda start going back and forth lyrically with people I know the songwriting different it's different for every song a lot of the time but as do you have different processes like that? I, do have different processes it depends on. It depends on where I am. It depends on like you know for instance, I didn't set out to write that song. You know I just had a session book. I just happen to have a session. I wanted to write with a bunch of different songwriters that I'd never written with before I wanted to start writing with female songwriters and it just I found that it was so easy I mean it helped that I knew Jesse but it was I found it was so easy for me to talk about some more kind of personal emotional things we're having another woman in the room. And Yeah and so. Sometimes like for instance, another song on my on my upcoming ep that the melody actually came to me in a dream I killed or not. Is That I. So actually when I moved to. California I started dreaming music, and for the very first time I started like dreaming melodies and wake up at four am and like grab my phone and just like record voice now, and so there's another song that's on the AP's called can't let you go. The melody for that came to me in a dream, and then the next day I started writing lyrics and then I got together with. Another songwriter and great musician And and sort of like fleshed out the song and so it kind of just depends. Yeah. Have you ever lost one have you ever woken up and been like yes. Not Get that down. Yes and you know why you know why that when that usually happens to me it's usually because I'm like Oh. Yeah I remember it like let me just give myself a second and sleep and you forget it you I always forget it. So once you hear it, you have to report it right away. Science a good habit to be, and so are you keeping a pen and paper as well as your phone so that you can do voice memos. Am I, what keeping your pen and paper right there as well as voice memos. In case, you might dream some lyrics that you might want to put down I usually just requ if I hear lyrics, I usually just record everything into my voice my mom smart. The singer, you probably have it come out as a melody anyway. Yeah. Yeah. So I'll sing it if they're a words among the word or whatever little mumbles come out on mumble that but but yeah, I feel like it's just faster to record it in a voice memo to try and like jot down everything super quickly adds it's coming to you you know yeah I like that okay. So you've got a hell of a story leading up to where you are now with those new music. So let's go back a little bit and talk about. You grew up a bronx girl singing in the church. It sounds like. And and then you went ahead and auditioned at one point in got into because I'm not GonNa go into the full name of the School.

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"amada" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"amada" Discussed on Pantheon

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"amada" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"amada" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"1st 1st show they ever put on in the United States. Nazareth. Opened up for Leonard Skin. It was my first concert I ever went to Cherien Lincoln joining us? Hello, Sherry. Well, I was at that concert. That was a great concert. Were you Nazar at the Leonard Skinner? Yeah, That was my first concert. Jerry. Never itwas itwas. Yeah, we walked Miles and Miles and Miles Tio. Like five miles. I think it like four in the morning to get to the BART stations so we could ride Bart into open me and a bunch of friends and my big sister. And, yeah, it was great. It was such a great concert. I was lucky to meet Leonard Skinner at that concert. I owe like one of them, You know, again, it was one of the most phenomenal things. Like, seriously one of my best memories of my life and then along and you know the plane went down so Was it horrible that they were so nice. McComb, Mississippi, 1977. Well, and I was going to talk about and I'm an Amada Pia because those are actually weren't that are used by poets a lot to create a memory senses, you know, and I'm Invoked feelings. The sound of the Lord and my words were like, you know, and a lot of like words for likely by those you know, those are words that are used and pop is aware Dorne because Pop is strange. It's a strange word, because even if you're talking about your dad your pop or soda, pop, um kind of creates this poppy feeling inside of you like Just because I'm feeling it, Poppy feeling right now, Pop pop. Those describe it is it's a pop, and so does Buzz. What is a bustle like buzz, right, right, but pops and causes But then you started talking about fog hat and you know what? We're talking about music too much. I've worn out my welcome on the planet away long time ago, but I never tired of talking about it. But you know that I love foghat and loved him when they first came out, and that first album and I just wanna make love to you on it, which was a 1954 Blues song. Really written wrongly. Dixon, who played an upright bass And a guitar and then it was recorded by muddy waters and the song you know, And It's funny because all those blues songs are so great even before they're turned into rock blues phenomenon, So you know you could enjoy him either way, but I love that song. I was singing it when you guys were It is a great son. It is a great song. Yeah. Enjoy your show tonight. It's been a great show. Thank you, Sherry. And here's something off of that fog had energized Sherry. Thank you, sweetie. We love you. Here's something honey. Hush.

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"amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Very down to the bike routes three ninety three ninety five nothing in your way to and from New Hampshire David said drawing WBZ's traffic on the threes and now we go to accu weather's Frank straight with the four day forecast Tuesday nights do this evening but cloud will be rolled again tonight the wi fifty two will be stray showers in the area toward daybreak and early tomorrow as well but otherwise tomorrow it'll be breezy and warm clouds break for son of the active looks good with a high near seventy all right it'll turn cloudy again that'll be fifty three and the support system passing by weight or south can bring a little rain to the south coast Cape and islands in Monday's going to be windy cooler day it'll be mainly cloudy with a shower around Michael just Peter sixty despite partial sun it'll be even chillier Tuesday I'm just be fifty four I'm accu weather meteorologist Frank straight WBZ Boston news radio right now it's sixty eight partly cloudy in Boston at five twenty five one ten grill is located throughout New England known by the way for it's fresh and modern contemporary menu beautiful clean restaurants with open kitchens and an allergy commitment one tends core menu is available gluten free so visit one ten girl a dot com for locations it's what makes and it's time for the water cooler and someday we will get back to normal but as governor Baker reiterates we have not yet seen the downward trend this is a critical part of making the decision to move ahead so we keep up all that social distancing both on the ground and even in the air I've flown plates with only one passenger on them so they get very good treatment plated tended Lexi amada of East Boston on her New World with the airline business struggling so much another hard hit industry of course local musicians south shore artists J. Passaro us on how he never thought he'd be streaming live shows all the time it's not it's it's like it's I I never expected one day we would rely on it like there was no you couldn't be lazy no like all figured out next week it was like this is changing there's a song written and performed.

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"amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"amada" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Says this makes take the cake is certain is capital in commuter real grudges Lewinski cap covering his nose and mouth he was going nowhere which is par for the course during these virus days how has your life been affected by the virus is slightly to the upside down when it when it comes to business wise this little business because the food is empty they will get the money to pay out of the car plus it's dangerous at sixty two years old he said he worries about catching the virus you make sure every passenger has a facial covering and he's watching down the cab constantly getting ready for the next passenger whenever the next passenger might happen Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio even there were very few passengers are on board airlines these days union workers have been demanding more protection and safeguards against corona virus workers are about to get that added protection and passengers will need to learn by some new rules getting in may American Airlines will give customers personal protective equipment as they board planes American saying passengers will get sanitizing wipes gel and face masks as a board and flight attendants at American will be mandated to wear face masks delta is also making that mandate for flight attendants beginning today already United and JetBlue flight attendants have been told they must wear face masks while on board planes Alex stone ABC news we get a look at a slightly unique form of social distancing through the eyes of a flight attendant who lives in East Boston Lexi amada tells us people are avoiding her not only in the airport these days but also on the city streets I know when I'm like in my uniform and I'm walking home from work people will cross the street to avoid being a band you know twenty feet that's a little bit awkward isn't it she says she has seen about a seventy percent reduction in her work schedule but people she says are still flying sometimes flights have as many as thirty people on board but she's also worked flights with just one passenger it is nine oh eight and we're getting close to the opening bell on Wall Street let's check in on the Bloomberg business now here's Tom Busby well a job it is getting close and Dow futures are soaring up four hundred twenty points right now is more states re open more businesses oil prices though continue to slide lower now.

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"amada" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"amada" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Day hold on a right thank god say right on one of the three five kiss FM the showbiz Shelly is all yeah the lawyers made us believe that house going on welcome amada amada Amanda armada welcome back how are you I'm good the morning morning so you back to the tiebreaker some very calm I think yesterday you got all the nerves out but you did quite well you tied Shelly so today you might hurt yourself an extra fifty Bucks a three hundred dollars is the price today if you can beat the showbiz Shelly how you feel pretty pretty this is old hat first right whatever it is over with hi Shelley yeah one of the the sound booth pools where she's going she goes there she is question number one for you amada police are scolding this entertainment news outlet to break in the Kobe Bryant story before they could notify his family about what is brought to you by our friends at Olivet Nazarene university online I'm holding the paper but I almost forgot to get my hands like where my son was there on your face all of it as a university online offers bachelor's master's and doctoral degrees visit online that I love it this Yummy singer announced an album release date in two or well let's just say I know two teams playing in Sunday's Superbowl and forty nine Adam Lambert is thirty eight today true or false Adam rose to fame after winning American idol and which Superbowl ad will not be shown this Sunday in respect to the Kobe Bryant tragedy that's.

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"amada" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"amada" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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"amada" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"amada" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"amada" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"amada" Discussed on Animal Radio

"To too late tree finally the biggest male can be seen chasing off the competition. end the smitten female panda rewards her suitor by coming out of the tree for low I'm Brit savage animal radio here's the amount of new story I'm Nick Miles Nissan announced US pricing for his twenty twenty Amada full size suv with a base price of seven thousand one hundred dollars Amada has added an available twenty two inch wheel package with fourteen spoke aluminum alloy wheels and you stand at heated outside mirrors are on all grade levels as well available in a choice of four grade levels the SP BS at the platinum and the platinum reserve for more ornamental news go to our audio expert dot com finkel rally auto parts for all of your car care needs we're close convenient and known for our guaranteed everyday low prices an excellent customer service for Professional hurts people you can trust stop by your local rally auto parts today O'Reilly auto parts better parts better prices.

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"amada" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"amada" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"It wasn't of the good life so Macklowe bell and then tell you what to third glide master glide master I drove for Blair bridges and that I'd come back after a very serious injury and I was having trouble getting traction again and it really kind of re started my career winning with Clyde masters that was more emotional than anything I want well which is important I mean later on in your career to get that kind of a victory can I eyes you mention re establish yourself yet it's been that kind of driver yeah because I know a lot of people had questions whether could still make or Cisco and when when he won the Hambletonian it really kind of turned around my career at that time when you were you know do you when you mention those three a in terms of car master and and Macklowe bell and and tackle twill when you're when you're coming down that you know are you thinking about are you so when the moment that it doesn't really hit you tell after you cross the finish line it might hit you just a few steps before the finish line but before that your soul focuses on you've got to keep the mind stride you got to keep them at their task you don't want to you know relax and have the horse relax so the only time it'll really cross your mind is maybe two two laks tops before the wire when you are if you were Brian Sears here on green shoe you feel pretty good about it I mean would yeah if you put yourself in his shoes get ready the the to drive the the favorite this afternoon pretty good spot to be a lot of pressure comes along with it but a pretty good spot to be in yes but you know if you ask Brian or and I felt the same way I'd I'd rather have the pressure of the favorite that means you got the the best horse going in I mean I true obviously you got pressure but that's why rent we want a chance to drive these great horses in Brian's integrates bodies got green shoe and I know he's got all the confidence in the world with them he's done a great job you know keeping amada at task in minding his manners and then his backup is chimpanzee horses never lost okay his wife was a good spot to be a great position for Bryant and that is a good spot to be and John always appreciate when you stop by you think green she puts on a show this afternoon I think he does I think it's going to be electric love to see it John I I saw him at the draw basic he said I mean if you like you never age judge terrible never ages I mean we all everyone else ages what's the magic here you look like basically you look like you're you know forty years all you look amazing I appreciate that but it's genetics is more good luck then John Campbell present a Hamiltonian society hall of fame driver obviously legendary driver one many big races many Hamiltonians Hey John enjoy the day thanks for the time this morning thanks mark thank you I am here Jason settle moral join us GM and CEO of the Meadowlands racetrack it's sambo day two thousand ninety Marc Millis is with you live right here the fan in your Americal owner of game on thirteen former pro baseball player and current baseball coach when I was thirty nine I suffered a slap care and ripped off my biceps and.

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Yankees, Toronto And Kmart discussed on A Closer Look with Arthur Levitt

A Closer Look with Arthur Levitt

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Yankees, Toronto And Kmart discussed on A Closer Look with Arthur Levitt

"Update it's been over a year since the Yankees have been shattered a game it came close to happening on Saturday before a judge collected his fourth head of the game an RBI single with two out of that I've but with the tying and winning runs on after judges said look void in his first game back from the injured list with a strained abdominal muscle struck out looking in Toronto came away two to one winners Jane half the tough luck loser gave up a couple of singles in the sixth at amada vino Kmart and Randall Krycek got him with a two run single and that turned out to be the difference in the game in a moment I felt pretty good about the choice for a lot of reasons which was okay cut open and so I don't think too much learn from an arms Luce said lost five in a row to the

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"amada" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"amada" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Things you needed one it's a the other update it's been over a year since the Yankees have been shattered a game it came close to happening on Saturday before a judge collected his fourth head of the game an RBI single with two out of that I've but with the tying and winning runs on after judges said look void in his first game back from the injured list with a strained abdominal muscle struck out looking in Toronto came away two to one winners J. happened tough luck loser gave up a couple of singles in the sixth at amada veto came on and Randall creature caught him with a two run single and that turned out to be the difference in the game at the moment I felt pretty good about the choice for a lot of reasons which is okay cut up and so I don't think too much learn from an arms Luce said lost five in a row to the Yankees a pair of two run homers was what the much needed opposed to four to one in Miami Michael Conforto put them in front with one of the third then Robbie could broke a two two tie with one of his own in the eighth inning and made a winner of Noah Syndergaard allowed two runs over seven wall fanning nine save twenty for Edwin Degas Simona Halep and one one in ten career matches against Serena Williams on Saturday in the women's Wimbledon final Alan turned on the jets playing what she says was perhaps her best match ever and she wants to a six two six to win in a mere fifty six minutes Serena had been trying for a twenty fourth grand slam title in her career she just played great so I don't think it's a surprise for anyone to play great against me I just was trying different things in today nothing really helpful also mail are way too many errors for for a lot of stuff to work Alabama's title to the French Open crown she wanted in twenty eighteen the men's final this morning will feature a couple of all time greats Novak Djokovic chan Roger Federer dolphins assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell is taking a leave of absence for the upcoming NFL season for an undisclosed health issue he will be able to serve as a consultant for the team with a Bloomberg sports update I'm Frank Gerrity what you need on radio bring you news comments and insights from deliver convenience worldwide team of editors and columnists I'm your host June Grasso this week why Jeff Eckstine sex arrest is a worry for president trump also on the show how president trump has washed his hands of climate change plus the legacy of the auto industry icon who saved Chrysler Lee Iacocca but first as US anti monopoly.

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