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"amanda beland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:39 min | 6 months ago

"amanda beland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Boston Marathon for years It just had a feeling that I need to be there and that this place is really something magical for me Zhukov lives in Russia She first signed up to run in 2020 but the race was canceled because of the pandemic She registered again this year but when Russia invaded Ukraine she was unsure if she could make it With this ban her decision was made for her She says she's disappointed but supports the move If each can help even one people in Russia to understand that this war is so awful that you can't support it if it will help people to think about it from this site I will take it In a statement announcing the ban the Boston athletic association says it will not recognize Russian or Belarusian flags or country affiliation until further notice Russian and Belarusian runners who live elsewhere can still compete but only as representatives of other countries In the 2019 marathon 46 Russian and Belarusian runners competed under their flags None of them placed in the top 500 finishers Nina tsarina is Russian but lives and runs under the U.S. flag She ran the Boston Marathon in the fall She says she understands the sentiment but thinks the ban is the wrong way to support Ukraine We don't choose the place where we were born And I hope to see in future the decision that's so powerful decision will be made based on people actions not only by playing the nationality Dan Fitzgerald gets both perspectives He is a running coach and president of the heartbreak hill running company It's named after the marathon course landmark heartbreak hill The people with whom I empathize most and athletes who doesn't get the opportunity that they've been training for is a terrible experience but I think under these circumstances I support the band The Boston athletic association says efforts will be made to refund affected runners including those from Ukraine who can't compete this year For NPR news I'm Amanda beland in Boston Isolating Russia from the international community is bringing key work on climate change in the Arctic to a halt In part because Russia currently chairs the international group known as the Arctic council This as the United Nations warns time is running out reverse catastrophic global warming NPR's quill Lawrence sent this report from the Arctic circle in Norway where scientists hope for a thaw in relations Working in the Arctic is dangerous Norwegian coast guard crew insisted NPR's team put on Arctic survival suits before a short ride on a skiff outside the.

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"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Egg work. I so an opportunity for people who are getting interested in football to maybe really follow a career from its beginning and everything. I've seen sports commentary today. Chris says jones looked good but the loss was ugly and they did lose. Yeah they did lose. I wanna stay on jones just because it's pretty rare for a rookie quarterback to to look that good in their debut and one of the things that that you usually do with a rookie quarterback. Is joe pressure them you'll blitz. Basically so he was great against the blitz with extra guys rushing him. He was able to make the right throws and stick in the pocket and read the defense well but they had eight penalties for eighty four yards. That's more than double what they average last year per game. They had four. Fumbles one that completely cost them the game. They were driving like three minutes. Left to play had the ball deep in the well in field goal range and they just basically let it slip through their fingers so a sloppy way to lose the game especially when you rookie quarterback does so and yet you sound kind of happy. Yeah i think you've got some new guys on this team. The defense look good. They gave up a pretty easy. I drive but then they really knuckled down. They only give six points in the entire second. Half you had nelson laura. I mentioned you've got to new tight ends. That looked pretty good and remember. The patriots spent more than any other team in the league in free agency this year which is so unlike the patriots. But again i think the addition to the roster plus mack jones showing like. He can do what they need to do to be successful. I think they're gonna do all right. And i'm not the only one excited you got hear bill belichick raving about his new rookie quarterback thought we all competed. Are we just all to do a better job. I mean competed her with a lot of guys. Compete or got to perform excitement. Always give us these. These cuts from bill. Bella check where you'd think he just woke up from a nap. He so subdued all right so we have a little bit of time left chris and one of the things that has been a particular joy of mine over the years. Is you making predictions that you then have to walk back but then turn out more right but then you have to walk them back again. But then maybe you're right. So what are you gonna call at the beginning of the season here all right. So i think it's important to remember. We've never seen a rookie quarterback even make the super bowl never mind so we have to rein in our expectations a little bit. I think this is a playoff team. I think they sneak into the playoffs. And then if you do that maybe you went around or to who knows from there. I'd like to see them make the playoffs. Ideally win one round in the playoffs to really kind of plant. Some foundation for mac jones growth. And you got to clean it up. You gotta have penalties less turnovers and also the big thing. I'm gonna be watching for week. Four brady comes back to tau. Oh fans gonna react. We're going to say we are so going to watch all right. That's radio boston's chris sitter at chris. Thanks thanks. I got chills thinking about that one all right. That is our show for today. Folks radio boston is produced by jamie bologna. Chris citric walter. Wolfman amanda beland. Cynthia bet you visa marquees..

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"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

"A big old sliced tomato. Oh yes get some barada up in there too. That sounds awesome. Thanks for the call. Andre so i guess i'm just wondering from both of you each what you what you would suggest to folks who maybe were like me before the segment. We're like sandwiches. aren't my jam. Bring us on board. Get it not my jam. I did not agenda that. I'm with you. I'm with you trying to butter me up. I got it You know. I would just say things that you like to eat. Try to invent sandwich with it. You know like. I mean we do one. I make the pistachio pesto at home. That gets consumed with everything and we do pulled chicken sandwiches with the pistachio. Pesto on a little like garlic bread. You know just for a quick sandwich. So it's like a meal we've had but we kind of recreated into a sandwich. I think that makes it really fun. And i three young kids so they always like to create in the kitchen. So it's always fun to pull out ingredients and know that they liked And just create something with it irene. I would say you know if it's not a meal if there's no pasta involved. I'm just the pasta in the sandwich. China i can do this Potato chips in the sandwich potato salad in a sandwich. If it's more carbs that you need. I'm not i'm not a opposed to a carb sandwich. Harborne carb is okay. Yeah absolutely you need your permission okay. Let's see if i can squeeze in lisa here. Give her the last word. Real quick lisa in cohasset. You're next on radio boston. Hey everybody so. The worm center on ninety three in new hampshire has the most amazing grilled cheese sandwiches my favorite being agreer cheese with Fig spread and then they grill it like a panini on sourdot bread and it is unbelievable. Tastes that you're talking about. Yeah wow it's the rest. Stop on route. Ninety three new hampshire there multiple. Welcome center gotta say wasn't expecting a which from a welcome welcome center. They are at least but thank you for the phone call. I guess it's highbrow and lowbrow you can get sandwiches everywhere right folks for sure. Well that's joe gadoe. He's a local chef culinary instructor and host of from scratch on pluto tv joe. It's always great to talk to you. Thank you so much for having me. This was a blast sandwiches rock. And so do you will thank you. And i'll make one tonight for dinner. Irene lee owner and head chef of may restaurant group in boston. thank you for joining as well. Thank you put some spaghetti in there. Okay will i will and Folks that tag here gets a music sandwich. Time sandwiches time by weezer. That's our show for today radio. Boston is a production of ninety point. Nine wb you are. It's produced by. Chris siddiq walter wittman. Amanda beland cynthia but to visa. We had help from. Allie debt and stephen gilman marquess. Neal is our technical director david. The cavs belleville green was on phones. Our executive producer is attached hoffy. And i'm jamie bologna. Join us again tomorrow for more radio boston..

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"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

"What are you hearing from members about the work that's going into physical spaces to make employees feel safe returning the are hearing that employers are evaluating and thinking about the purpose of the physical work space The layout and design of their office space. And you know their footprint here in massachusetts and in good news and we heard from our members earlier this spring eighty percent of our members express plans to op stay here in massachusetts expand or relocate your massachusetts so they're certainly a strong commitment within the business unity to continue to to thrive and do business here if they are considering plans are relocating or what their footprint looks like. It's not because of a reduction headcount but really thinking more about what that collaborative space can be to bring people together. And i think employers are also realizing that that physical office space really needs to have a purpose for why their employees would come together and the importance of putting quality in human interest. I in the spirit of that in person work environment anything that also is true for how companies have been thinking about their culture and their organization in bringing together their employees remotely in these virtual times as well. Yes oh so. Let's get into a little bit of that sort of social aspect of work you know so. Many companies before the pandemic of put a big focus on office culture. Dri morale team building. Perks as we move into maybe more hybrid type world Schengen how can employees and employers continue to foster that healthy culture in that growth attention at the end of the day particularly on the i focused And and continuing to keep the door open to those conversations especially for black and brown workers. It's going to be important that no matter what the decision is whether it's to have a hybrid approach for everyone to work in the office at work from home That employers are keeping in mind the health and mental health about being of their employees particularly employees of color Where you know. Kovic has really devastated. Our communities All of our communities of course but You know ours in a particular way. And so like i said just keeping those lines of communications open for folks to be able to chat about how they're feeling to offer their thoughts on how to make their workplace more open Open open to them to to feel as if they're Welcome All of that is going to be important as moving forward and lauren. What's next what to businesses and workers need from from state leaders from the government moving into september. What are you looking for from our leadership. I think employers are Certainly paying attention to what state government is doing sharon massachusetts by they're also Thinking about their employees and what their leadership within their operations can look like so that Whether it's in september or six months from now Their employees feel like they are hard. Obey driving community and a safe environment to be working in terms of State government. we were closely with with the Stayed and i think if anything we find that opportunities to focus on workforce development One thing we didn't get talk about the importance of Talent development and making sure that there's opportunity of Retaining talent growing talent and ways that we can partner with the stage to Provide workforce training for both incumbent workers as well as those that are unemployed looking for work Because that's a huge part of the future work as well. Let's lorne jones executive vice president at massachusetts business roundtable lauren. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having and she couldn't eat a president and ceo of the black economic council of massachusetts. Thank you as well. This was great reshape. The opportunity thank you. That's our show for today. Radio boston is produced by critic. Walter wolfman amanda beland and cynthia visa with help from elliot. Debt and stephen gilman marquees..

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"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Well outta handle that trauma that retraumatize ation jamie. I'd love to jump in here. And i'm sure a representative higgins would agree with me that i we always say certainly in the rape crisis centers there seventeen across the commonwealth. That anyone who is thinking about that and it has not yet done that or is considering doing that to reach out to their local rape crisis center to get the really vital and important support they can have through this process While they and if they decide that they want to pursue what happened to that evidence and follow that i think that is critical in the For for victims and survivors of of sexual violence. Re re pins if i may. I know this this is emotional And i learned from our producer. Amanda beland That your former rape crisis counselor and a survivor of assault yourself. And i'm just wondering how your life experiences Inform your commitment to this work. I think you cut out for a second. But but i think i got the gist. I mean for me. I'm really thankful for the opportunity to be able to continue to work with organizations like pathway for change on the policy side of this and to bring survivor stories forward. But i will admit having done this work for more than a decade. I'm frustrated that we're continuing to have these conversations about why it's really important that we test sexual assault evidence kits why it might stifle survivors from coming forward. If the kids aren't getting fully tested if that's learned that these are just the sixty three hundred kits that were reported to law enforcement there are eight thousand other kids in the crime lab that were reported to law enforcement and want tested like mine. And we're not even. We're not even getting to that yet. I would love to have a conversation about that. But we're still fighting over the berry berry. Small percentage of kits where someone knew that they could have a sexual assault evidence. Kit collected generally within seventy two hours of of a sexual assault. Andrew had the courage and the supports able to report that assault to the police. That is such a small percentage of the sexual violence that happens in our communities. Yeah i agree. And i would say from the rape crisis center to um to piggyback on. What representative higgins just stated that it is imperative an important to also understand that rape crisis centers that work with survivors knowing that. This is actually an expectation that the kids be tested. That if we tell survivors. Yes you're kit will be tested and then it is not now you have destroyed the trust that you built with the survivor. So if this continues to happen where the commonwealth is not doing what it really should be doing. Then than survivors will start not coming forward. They won't go to get forensic evidence you know taking the the problem becomes bigger and amplified when we're not doing what we know. We need to do so final question for for both of you. Same question what would you like to see. Change long-term for sexual assault survivors. All start with you rep higgins. I'm really hopeful. That burke mpn a place where we survivors the auction to have their kit testbed fully tested. Dna tested whether or not they report their assault to the police at the at the initial collection of the kid. And that's something i'm working on. I am heartens with our rape kits tracking that It looks like we will not have a backlog going forward in two thousand eighteen on and so that's a really good place to start from But i'm hopeful that we can continue to have more conversations about how we empower survivors through through all of these processes and kim Can you maybe.

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"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

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"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

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"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Having the shot that long ago. Thanks for the question. Dennis doctors Who wants to take this one doctor out there so i think that when we talk about the need for booster shots It is it is being studied And it is you know if you look at the three approved back that we have in the us. I think the first one that may need a booster shot would be janjay We don't know what the on jeopardy of it will be. How long immunity will last. But it stands to reason that with one shot. You may have a shorter duration of effectiveness than with two. It could also be that all three of our vaccines protect us for years and years to come and no one will meet a booster We really have to go by what we see in terms of its efficacy and really try not to pay too much attention to things like way antibody levels and blood tests because ultimately don't care what our blood shows we care if we get infected In terms of side effects of vaccine For the most part any adverse events where side effects for many back seen should be gone by Three or at the very most for weeks after vaccination. So dr assume. Oh i'm gonna come back to you i. I don't think we have time to grab another call. But i will come back to you and ask you. We have had a number of calls over the last few weeks on. Ask the doctors with people who received the john jay vaccine wondering if they should go get an. Mri shot We've had doctors repeatedly say that's not necessary. That's not what we're saying to do right now. Is it even physically possible. And would it be safe. I'm concerned about listeners. Out there who may decide after hearing all this. This is what i'm going to go do. What are your answers to those two questions and imprint. We about a minute or little longer left young. I know i think you know we always wanna follow the science and the evidence and right now. This hasn't been studied and and we don't have any answers so what i recommend to. You know you've heard me say again. I love the de vaccine is because with one shot. It is able to do what you need. 'em rini to shots of the hp. Do meaning it's giving meant like your t. and b. memory cells are activated. So i'm very hopeful about the vaccine. So i would say this is being studied Do talk to your healthcare professional or by your individual circumstances but currently don't have the data to support on needing to to get a booster shot in. I would recommend. I would recommend that people. Don't just go in and get you know backs needed on their own. You know we need to have it. Be studied so that we can make appropriate recommendations and dr doron. Dr who was really concise. They're so lightning round for you. Do you anticipate the rains. Got us thinking about fall even though fortunately it's a little ways away. Do you anticipate. We'll see another increase in cases just with weather change in the fall. Just in a sentence i do. I do think that when people are gathering inside more we will see a rise in cases maybe a little bit of a bump in hospitalizations. But i don't think we'll ever see the kind of overwhelmed hospitals insurgents that we saw in past all right and on that dr shira darren infectious disease physician and hospital epidemiologists at tufts medical center. And dr sabrina. Asumu assistant professor of medicine at boston university school of medicine and infectious disease specialist. It's the boston medical center. Thanks to both of you for answering questions on asked doctors today. Yeah thank you all right. That is our show for today. Radio boston is produced by jamie bologna. Chris citric walter wolfman and amanda beland. We had help from stephen gelman. Our engineer is marquette neil. Our executive producer is hit tash hockey. I'm gonna daring. Thanks for listening. Thanks for calling in today. Do join us again tomorrow for more radio boston..

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"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beland" Discussed on Radio Boston

"They come contact. So mom ways around so marie. Actually you have given me an idea. I'm sure christine idea for a future. Check the score conversation that we can have. I appreciate that so listen couple minutes left in the show. There's tons more. We talk about which means it was a good week in review but i do wanna leave a little time for our hubs which are short local stories or events that caught our attention this week briefly. Edward you bring us so. I noticed this week. It was hard to find small news and we could big news but that the gun club at old social club from one hundred twenty five years ago. We opened on wednesday and boston. It's inside is is beautiful under nate. I'm they have like you can pull back a bus in secret. Thorough pence bruce. Wayne's house in the old batman tv series. They literally have that so on but it caught my attention. Because there's a post pandemic boom and socializing in social clubs. This club is gonna try to be more diverse with more more minorities more people who don't have a lot of money who you know how some sort of things to contribute some curious to see if boston can sort of. Reinvented elite after the pandemic. and i'm watching. How the agoin club does it. all right. And marie i think you brought something animal oriented for yes is just simply something but i said even the baby doug trying to find a way out of this and so i believe it's so we had to get on five eighty Be famed out of a storm. Drains probably trying to figure out ways to get cool and we had to get rescued. Take air them and saugus. We had a similar same where we had. Firefighters tried to rescue a little baby ducklings from westfalen through a sewer gate in order to make certain that they're safe. So that's my hub of their love. Animal hubbub okay. Chris lightning round for you. What hubbub did you bring us today. I'm going to give you my slot for folks who might need a chuckle. Not usually a social media guy but i found something that might convince me to sign up for instagram. There's a gloucester resonant. This broads attention by billy baker the globe aguas resident and john stevens whose hobby is to basically post up outside the blind men bridge and canal and gloucester and tape amateur boaters struggling to get through the canal. 'cause it's really tight strong currents and they have all sorts of trouble doing so and of course he provides absolutely blistering commentary. I should warn you. There are so many expletives in there as well but it's minor stuff but it's something to chuckle out and i know it's not for everybody but you know what they say. T's whatever floats your boat. Laurie all right radio. Boston's chris citric. Thanks for joining us chris. Also marie saint floor former massachusetts state representative and now a principal at saint communications and the ceo of a cannabis company and ed lyons a massachusetts republican activists and political writer. Chris thanks marie. thanks so much. Thank you down and add appreciate. It have a great weekend. Thank you all right folks. That's our show for today. Radio boston is produced by jamie bologna. Chris citric walter wolfman and amanda beland. We had help today from allie audette. Our engineers marquess..

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