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"arnold arboretum" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

05:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"Between Your between Alba's dad and this is going on with you right approach very sexual I suppose. So appetite is. What advertise Never. quit wanted to these guys. Chris Farley and a huge appetite for life or you to write your penis into your standup routine and just hold the mic down by across a lot more or less I could work. That's for sure kids last time. Stop enough. Thank you. Bye Mike always nice to catch up on my screen is also Koby wears manager in this in this bout with browse that right? Good. Good. Oh, we should've talked to brandon about that. Yes it was so warm and fuzzy. That's how it works wrestling. Is GonNa turn on me again that's. GonNa. Turn to get right. That was a good guy right so you're you're the villain in the situation the script writers have him as the good guy I guess yeah. Sort of born villain. I said, yes, I suppose by one or two more. Guys. So I did that call the Chico where I played that sound of Kirk was very funny to what it yesterday when they. All Brock Holt. Dow was very guys on dozens and dozens. This guy's good. Yes. What's his name? Did. You want to say okay. Yes. So I tried it out about three or four different shows and they all hung up because it's it's so obvious. I mean, you can hear dealing crack. A good point I didn't think of that. Guy Was. Jerry. Doing a right but and I was just felt like I just recorded born Iran when I hear you. Mike. But yeah, I just share that -gratulations excellent doing great work. Thank you. You're doing God's work. Thanks guys. Thank you. US thank you. That's funny that that guy was worked up. Oh Yeah. You should be too. It's fucking bullshit. One hundred it's amazing. Sometimes, these these hosts get very. Very worked up this scold you and throw you off enough fuel fuck. I saw just flush them. Really. That's spirits man Tim W. What's going on? Hey Kirk what's going on just picturing like somehow like one day we actually get bruce springsteen the call and sieges flushes them like. Three seconds in. Would you be mad donald trump. I mean that would be you. Would I laugh? Later. Ten. Years from now. Yes. What's going? Not The have a question I've been So I'm not a good runner, but I've been running a lot and I've just been encountering the problem of spitting well, I just can't stop spit well, I am. Occasionally I am I run all the time. I. Consider Myself and that's been you should probably talk to somebody who's giving back into the running game Steve Robinson though I talked to yesterday while he was having a heart attack after not having heart and heavy breathing I was yeah it was I just literally just stopped running and walking to the dog park mile and a half. But yes, it was a good run. Yeah. How? You Spinach even run a little bit my bigger problem. No is mask on mask off because I'm not running early in the morning, and there's not a lot of people go onto the Arboretum. Yeah. I. Run I run. So early doesn't even talk the Bandana and I just tried to go up and down up and down my my my dogs. No not sure was seems like you might do that. Dog's trying to pull me in ten different directions to eat turkeys or something you need to run with a mask on now. Walk around. Outside I yes. I agree I'm saying. I would want to do it. I read in the Arboretum whereas this lots of people you mentioned a couple of times were impressed. We're very impressive. It's incredible com just saying it's not just a a backwoods route or People there where. The Arnold Arboretum. By Harvard University. Okay. Banda be more people that are now I suspect maybe camped. See. A man on a run. The Guy, who won the day fortnum? Memorial Five K ran through the Arab. Good the Arab. Okay, that's what that's what we in the Champ Law Call it God these calls, callers, me hate, Steve Moore. I but yeah, you can spillway go ahead. Spending issue. I I just continuously smitten and I. Feel like I'm GONNA throw up 'cause I just didn't spinning under I. Don't understand properly hydrated now. Get it. You might. You might just be getting cotton mouth or something because you're hydrated feel like throw because you're spending so much. Yeah Stump doing try before you run to some nice like salt water gargle or something. Chew. Some Gum. You're also. US follows with them to. This is a new twist. Relatives. You're. fucking. My mother was sexuality is a spectrum I'd love to Fuck Jerry. We're all just human beings. Here to the Joe False whatever pleasure. Absolutely. Sure why? You're also talking to a intern applicant. How old are you? Twenty, two okay. graduated from College Keith Guy. I've been called in and a while who Is The guy. Who was on Mike? Them is very boring but nice guy but always tries to get back on. No No. No no he's a nice man Steve How dare you? Why did you do that? Just, I felt he was born.

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"arnold arboretum" Discussed on Cultivating Place

Cultivating Place

06:26 min | Last month

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on Cultivating Place

"Describe how you came to be President and CEO of the Urban Farming Institute and how long You have been there before we get into its history and mission. . Well, , I was actually the first employed. . There was a grant that the board had put together <hes> to to get the first director in that, , and that was me and. . I don't know it certainly was not actually because of my <hes> gardening abilities. . So that came accurate <hes> to friends of mine that were on the board they were looking for someone that for all intensive purposes was a jack-of-all-trades I think could do fundraising marketing <hes> presentations, , little bit of everything, , and that was me, , and so that is what this particular job did need <hes>. . So that's actually how I came on board. . In the beginning and what year was that March, , Fourth of two thousand fourteen, , right so give us the history of urban farming institute. . Where is it? ? Why is it urban farming institute? ? Really an admission then the mission today is really the same is to develop and promote urban farming to engage individuals neighbors in growing food and building a healthier community, , but also within that mission is to teach. . Adults to become urban farmers. . So that's really a key component of our mission as well, , and we do that by running a full fought farm operation in in the in the urban farming institute. . So where is that exactly and what do the physical facilities and and site? ? Consists of and look like. . The Urban Farming Institute is growing on approximately six farm sites in there really micro farm sites in Boston we're talking about ten twelve, , thirteen, , thousand square feet so so we do very intensive farming and there's a certain skill set that that must be learned to do this type of farming. . You've got to do all crop rotation each year <hes> irrigation systems are a little bit different. . It's a different entity when you're doing this <hes> inside a city we also two years ago in April two, , thousand, eighteen , with wonderful partners historic Boston Inc we were able to <hes> restore. . A beautiful farm site, , it was a farm. . Two hundred years ago it was three hundred, , thirty, , acre farm, , in Boston. . So back in the day. . So the original house dates back to seventeen, , eighty, six, , , the barn. . Dates back to eighteen, , thirty seven. . So we were able to. . Completely restore this wonderful facility. . It has become our headquarters and has basically we call it the hub of urban farming. . In Boston and Boston itself the city has been wonderful to us many of the thought leaders of our organization and this goes back to two thousand eleven two, , thousand ten worked with the city of Boston to develop a program to basically legalize urban farming in Boston for us. . It's called article eighty nine, , and now people can legally far. . We were the test case. . The city of Boston allow us to work on Similan to see you know this urban farming thing real can it really be done and since then we've had a wonderful relationship are farm. . The garrison trotter farm was actually the first legal farm under article eighty nine. . So our board, , our staff is extremely diverse. . The majority people of Color on as well as our board and we're all working on a mission to build a healthier community to create <hes> economic opportunity becoming becoming far entrepreneurs. . To provide training so that folks leave us are able to work in other food related businesses and then just creating a culture throughout our city a culture of eating a healthy manner. . And also in our area as we, , we often lack a key supermarkets. . So this is another way through our farm stands that we can really feed folks really good nutritious food no chemicals no pesticides all done freshly. . So. . As these neighborhoods became residential as the city grew and developed out, , it was a zoning issue that would have made. . A business of farming Rog illegal. . Okay. . I'm with you tell us any history you can of how the original board formed around this idea that they saw as a gap in these these neighborhoods well, , it all actually, , there wasn't distinct starting point here the story we often tell one of our board members who Had a wonderful business called city fresh foods. . <hes> was always concerned about a folks eating a healthy meal and having healthy vegetables and good food, , and how can we get <hes> get that two people? ? So they do a lot of work with. . Kind of meals on wheels, , food elders of Institutional <hes> meals, , etc, , and the bottom line was as he was walking to work one day in Roxbury. . He was actually going through many vacant lots on his way to work and the idea went through his head. . Why do I have to order MIC Salad Greens from California Why can't why can't I just use these vacant lots in actually grow food for the business. . You know and and clean up the lots and it's a better thing for the environment and that's kind of that's a piece of the impetus <hes> that started all of this and so he and many other thought leaders <hes> certainly got together and you know work with our state legislature etc and that's how article eighty nine came about and again as I said. . The city was able to <hes>. . Allow us at that time to work on a couple of vacant lots just to see if this experiment would work and yes.

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"arnold arboretum" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:48 min | 3 months ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"Now. You were not a garden designer. Then and here you came to this place, and there's views of mountains and feels, and it feels like a big open place, but. You weren't a garden designer. SORTA figured out how to make a plan. And you speak about in the book about measuring the House and measuring the distance to things and kind of drawing and taking photos and kind of pinning up that and some inspiration on almost like a mood board to get started like you know to figure out what you were going to do, yes. Yes I came here not as a gardener. But I felt that I needed to learn really quickly. And and the way I learned was that. I had been farming and. As I. Tell Maybe in the book I made. Five thousand dollars at it. My first year felt great, and I made five thousand dollars at farming my last year and I'd had enough. And I landed a seasonal job restoring a half miles worth of white, pine and hemlock hedges at the Saint God's national historic site, in Cornish, which was the garden of Augustus Saint Gaudens and was part of an artist colony that included architects, landscape, architects and artists. Like Gerald Plot and Ellen Shipman And I really immersed myself. In the Garden Gardens, but it, but then in learning about the gardens that those artists had made. A really came to gardening? As an art form I. And then I had to learn. How to draw. and. Deal with hard scape, which still not very good at. <hes> but the National Park. Service was great about supporting. It staff. By providing training and I spent a couple years running down to Boston to Cambridge to the Radcliffe Institute and to the Arnold Arboretum and guarding the woods and learning the trade there. Okay, I'm applying it. <hes> on the job at Saint Gaudens and here and in some of the other Corner Gardens. I see so. One of my favorite parts of the book, besides all those big leafed plants in that was seventy foot, long border or something. It's just magnificent. Is that you make a list in the book that I find especially helpful I think you call it guiding principles and and I know this was after the fact because you started making the garden in nearly thirty years ago or twenty years ago, and you wrote the book just recently, but but it's good for those of US making Gardener Getting Ready to find tuna. Revise our gardens to think about guiding principle so is this something like this sort of self assessment? What do I really care about? Is this something you do with clients when you first visit there places? If the let me get away with it, yes! And, sometimes, sometimes more successfully than than others. Yeah I don't have a form. That I had a a client, but I I WANNA. I as a designer WANNA be able to understand the context. The built context, the living context the landscape context. And the social context as well as how the <unk> Oman Gardner is going to use the US the space use the garden, and what their what their goals

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Bill Noble on Garden Design

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:48 min | 3 months ago

Bill Noble on Garden Design

"Now. You were not a garden designer. Then and here you came to this place, and there's views of mountains and feels, and it feels like a big open place, but. You weren't a garden designer. SORTA figured out how to make a plan. And you speak about in the book about measuring the House and measuring the distance to things and kind of drawing and taking photos and kind of pinning up that and some inspiration on almost like a mood board to get started like you know to figure out what you were going to do, yes. Yes I came here not as a gardener. But I felt that I needed to learn really quickly. And and the way I learned was that. I had been farming and. As I. Tell Maybe in the book I made. Five thousand dollars at it. My first year felt great, and I made five thousand dollars at farming my last year and I'd had enough. And I landed a seasonal job restoring a half miles worth of white, pine and hemlock hedges at the Saint God's national historic site, in Cornish, which was the garden of Augustus Saint Gaudens and was part of an artist colony that included architects, landscape, architects and artists. Like Gerald Plot and Ellen Shipman And I really immersed myself. In the Garden Gardens, but it, but then in learning about the gardens that those artists had made. A really came to gardening? As an art form I. And then I had to learn. How to draw. and. Deal with hard scape, which still not very good at. but the National Park. Service was great about supporting. It staff. By providing training and I spent a couple years running down to Boston to Cambridge to the Radcliffe Institute and to the Arnold Arboretum and guarding the woods and learning the trade there. Okay, I'm applying it. on the job at Saint Gaudens and here and in some of the other Corner Gardens. I see so. One of my favorite parts of the book, besides all those big leafed plants in that was seventy foot, long border or something. It's just magnificent. Is that you make a list in the book that I find especially helpful I think you call it guiding principles and and I know this was after the fact because you started making the garden in nearly thirty years ago or twenty years ago, and you wrote the book just recently, but but it's good for those of US making Gardener Getting Ready to find tuna. Revise our gardens to think about guiding principle so is this something like this sort of self assessment? What do I really care about? Is this something you do with clients when you first visit there places? If the let me get away with it, yes! And, sometimes, sometimes more successfully than than others. Yeah I don't have a form. That I had a a client, but I I WANNA. I as a designer WANNA be able to understand the context. The built context, the living context the landscape context. And the social context as well as how the Oman Gardner is going to use the US the space use the garden, and what their what their goals

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"arnold arboretum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:53 min | 4 months ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Going to Norton dot com slash joined that's Norton dot com slash join to save twenty five percent we're just intimate Lana the Georgia Attorney General wants an investigation of prosecutorial misconduct allegations in the handling of the Arnold arboretum Kelling president trump speaking to reporters in the White House rose garden yesterday responded to that video of his on our black runner shot and killed in Georgia well I saw the tape and when they moved left I don't believe when they moved left outside of the tape nobody saw what was going on nobody saw that it's an empty spot on the tape I guess now do they have additional types I hope but I will say that it's something that based on what I saw doesn't look good a retired cop and his son are in jail awaiting a murder trial but their arrest came months after they hunted down and shot onboard armory to prosecutors had to recuse themselves because they knew the father and one of them called the former cop's actions perfectly legal again now the Attorney General wants to investigate allegations of misconduct let's go live to Washington now CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy is here with our morning get together and testing is again the big story and the president made some claims yesterday as to what the president wants the country to to know that America is now essentially outpacing the world when it comes to testing what he said was that anybody who wants to test can get a test you heard him say it before now he says it's it's it's true but the admiral Jr waar who is leading the testing effort for the federal government made it clear at yesterday's news conference in the rose garden the what the president meant was if you are symptomatic and or you have that may have come in contact with someone who has the virus will then you would qualify to get a test so the idea that anyone could just you know show up and say well you know and I've been curious have I been exposed to I have do I have the virus if you aren't exhibiting symptoms you still likely will not be able to get a test man America leads the world in testing well look this is a claim that the president is trying to make for some time that on a per capita basis for example we're outpacing South Korea but that's been true for for some time and the president is intent on making an argument that does despite all of the early lags in getting the testing apparatus up to speed on the initial failures to get a working test the United States stand supreme my colleague we Jiang asked yesterday why is it important for there to be this global competition why is it important for the United States to win when by the way Mr president people are dying he didn't particularly care for the question turned it around back on the questioner Nast wanted to ask China that question Steven Portnoy thank you speaking of China by the way after a month with no new infections in Wuhan guess what's happened authorities are baffled by six new positive cases in the last couple of days so Wuhan will now test all eleven million residents for the virus by the end of next week a forty eight W. CBS traffic and weather together on the aids sponsored by duck duck go where's Tom Kaminski and shop raided our way let's start first off on route twenty two weeks ago I have only the left lane getting by predator Bonsall road in union that is for repair work there and then farther up on the garden state parkway right lands are still blocked from one forty three right up for one forty five only the left lane gets by there that's the ongoing construction work that's going to be running right through Thursday and then they will flip it around at that point and use the southbound lanes and repair those that that point but again really heavy on the northbound side from one forty to five forty one forty five north on York state for weight three oh three we have a collision and at least one lane is blocked there I'm Tom Rivkin chopper eight eighty thanks I've gained fifteen seconds not in the weather center here's chief meteorologist Craig Allen sunshine and just a couple patchy.

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"arnold arboretum" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:36 min | 5 months ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Seventy three and Kendall it's six oh one former vice president Joe Biden addressing supporters in Tampa during a virtual rally last night he said that even after the corona virus causes seventy five thousand American deaths thirty three million filing for unemployment president trump had months to lead with urgency but instead barely a word of empathy responsibility of regret there is no indication whatsoever that he understands the depth of the paint the loss this crisis is brought meanwhile the former Senate staffer accusing former vice president Biden of sexual assault says she wants him to drop out of the presidential race Tara Reid was in a YouTube interview with former fox personality Megan Kelly also saying she's willing to take a polygraph test to prove she's telling the truth but she shouldn't have to what kind of precedent does that set for survivors of violence does that mean we're presumed guilty and we all have to take polygraphs so I will take one after buying takes one but I'm not a criminal read alleges the assault took place back in nineteen ninety three in a statement by this campaign said the allegations are untrue a Georgia father and son have been arrested in the murder case of Arnold arboretum fox is actually stronger reports if you were charged with murder in the death of a mind armory this comes after video circulated showing the black teen an altercation it was allegedly with the two men now sixty four year old Gregory make Michaels a former police officer and his son thirty four year old Travis make Michaels told police they confronted armory because they thought he was a burglary suspect now Georgia governor camp applauding the G. B. I. director on Twitter for their swift action following the arrest and on Twitter there's been reaction from people like lebron James and Steph curry hash tag on Twitter I run with mine has been shared all over including by Hollywood starlet here while people will run two point two three miles in dedication to his twenty sixth birthday that's a fox is actually Strohmeyer how the corona virus pandemic is impacting African Americans across the country is getting clearer the foundation for aids research says predominately black communities make up more than half the code nineteen cases nearly sixty percent of the fatalities are also black the amfar study finds unemployment status and access to health care are better predictors of infection and death rates than underlying medical conditions and that's more than the federal government releasing the jobs figures for April brace yourselves fox's Hillary Barsky has a preview April some plummet report is expected to look dismal and will show that the corona virus pandemic inflicted the largest one month blow to the U. S. labor market own record a condom is surveyed by the Wall Street journal predicted employer shed twenty two million jobs and unemployment rose to sixteen point one percent to producing the highest jobless rate since records began back in nineteen forty eight April's figures will underscore the labor market sharp reversal since February when the unemployment rate was it a half century low of three point five percent and the country notched a record one hundred and thirteen straight months of job creation Hillary Barsky fox news Miami beach officials are debating a possible re opening date commissioner Michael Gongora says the initial thought is right after Memorial Day I mean another big hit for hotels restaurants and other businesses missing out on a holiday it's probably gonna be about eighty five million and budget loss this year that we're going to have to make up so imagine what the impact is to the business has gone to the employee he doesn't think hotels will be a part of the phase one re opening because there needs to be time to take reservations and re hire employees and plan for a new normal the city manager had it has phased approach will be discussed at the commission meeting this morning healthcare professionals and first responders on the front lines of the corona virus being honored by the U. S. navy blue angels with a special South Florida flying over this afternoon the twenty five minute display begins around one this afternoon in Boca before heading south over hospitals in fort Lauderdale Hollywood Kendall and Miami Broward health's CEO heather Hafer check says this comes at the perfect time as we celebrate nurse appreciation week this is really a way to help really boost their morale make them feel great about the accomplishments they've had in the victories they've had over the course of the last eight weeks residents are being told not together in large groups in front of the hospitals and to maintain social distancing guidelines if they do go outside to watch Wendy Grossman newsradio six ten WYO decline you can track a map of the flight pattern on our website WYO D. dot com president trump says he's very happy for former national security adviser Michael Flynn as the justice department drops his criminal case speaking with reporters the president said Flynn is an innocent man who was targeted by the Obama administration and it appears that Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez won't be getting married soon after all E. news reported the superstar and former baseball player or both superstars have quote indefinitely both postponed their planned a summer wedding due to the global health crisis so Jimmy your invitation is not in the bank well you know he's I'd love Alex is that wonderful a young guy yeah I guess young we could still see well but he's marrying a woman is over fifty years old yeah well I did too well you know he could keep the rates going up for a while as you still sleep mobile dollar it's alright they come up doesn't matter if we get the vaccine if there's a huge group of Americans who don't want to take it anyway we'll talk about a straight ahead at the six twelve drive gets extended news radio six MW I would it I heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to talk about keeping his sound real yeah we don't have full body guy we learned of king of the kings the use that the way you stand back a ramble in the old days when he was on the level of town you know you gotta stay like you mean it in the in the you want to get a sound because it comes from your limbs it comes from your fingers in the company you battle it's a sound that is beyond pedals again you know it may be has a little bit but you don't want to use too many pedal because it's like putting too much make up then you can really see your face you know at the start moving like Bozo the clown around a McDonald's you don't want to look like this because god gave you your own identity your.

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"arnold arboretum" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Van **** north and southbound at I six ninety six the two left lanes are closed until noon today and for Farmington hills middle belt road is closed between nine mile road in great field south of the ten mile road and middle belt intersection that's for a gas main repair and is expected to be closed through late June the Michigan welcome centers are closed until further notice all of the border crossings now closed to non essential travel here for downtown Detroit the people over in the queue line closed we're watching the Tripoli Jeff camp from the Arnold arboretum traffic center here on newsradio nine fifty they'll get the updated accu weather forecast years Carol been ski on this Tuesday morning with plenty of clouds expect occasional rain low forty eight later today after a damp start it'll turn warmers clouds break for some sun the high sixty seven tonight the coming cloudy early rain should return after midnight low fifty four then tomorrow Wednesday cloudy with occasional rain and some rumbles of thunder high sixty two Thursday somewhat cooler it will be rather cloudy with a shower on some occasions I fifty five and Friday clouds should break for some sun the high sixty one I'm accu weather meteorologist Carabins Keanu will be W. J. news radio nine fifty take a look at today all the current condition showers and a fifty degrees now for in our Troy says it's a cloudy and fifty five Pontiac it's cloudy and fifty two mostly cloudy forty six degrees now for Sinclair shores we update traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids affecting everything in its path that's the pandemic up next we'll hear from a local man who owns or runs several restaurants it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row.

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"arnold arboretum" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Lane is closed each way through this summer we're watching the Tripoli Jeff camps from the Arnold arboretum traffic center here on newsradio nine fifty which remix still coming down across much of Detroit will update the accu weather forecasters Carl been ski on this Thursday morning it'll remain cloudy and chilly there will be some rain which still could mix of wet snow prior to daybreak temperatures mostly in the mid thirties will begin to rise before dawn later today cloudy along with a couple of showers high forty nine mostly cloudy tonight the low thirty eight for tomorrow Friday early clouds will be breaking for some sun high fifty seven Saturday mostly cloudy with a touch of rain high fifty five and Sunday mostly cloudy and breezy high fifty four on accu weather meteorologist car within ski on W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty and right now we are seeing a cloudy sky for southeast Michigan still with that well it's a bit of a wintry mix some wet snowflakes and some just plain rain thirty five degrees now for Berkeley up to port Huron thirty four there along the St Clair river flint reporting thirty five degrees and a thirty six out of metro airport we update traffic and weather together if there every ten minutes on the aids medical supplies the prices in the pandemic state Attorney General weighing in about that we'll go in depth in thirty is the stock market first on news radio nine fifty WGA comes up it is time one fifty one Attorney General David also leading a coalition of AG's in asking Congress to temporarily regulate the price of medical supplies and equipment during this pandemic she talked with WSJ's Stephanie Davis we've seen an enormous shortage in resources.

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"arnold arboretum" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

13:09 min | 1 year ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Is something everyone should try to experience and really the the overall okay is really chance to explore Boston by bike right we don't if you live in the north then you might never heard him gone to Arnold arboretum or if you live in you know what strikes for you might not even gotten a chance to go down the river trail so it's really a great chance just get out on by you can explore with five thousand of your closest neighbors on the bike and then let me see the city in a different way yeah I I definitely agree I mean the only time I've been on store Dr was like July fourth because they shut it down all right inside was on a run and it's a it's a cool cool experience and and I I I I can't even imagine like how cool that be biking down store and then it goes out of the river way Jamaica pond Arnold arboretum Franklin park Stony Brook reservation no Ponson writer it's that's that's an incredible incredible route what weight but then it's forty forty miles for some people sounds a little daunting really it's really not that long of a ride when you think about it and for those who think I'm forty the downtown is completely family friendly greet Carson about a thousand miles and you know we're really encouraging a lot of families to get out there and and get on the bike yeah yeah and how do you how do you go about just setting up the the the logistics of this day I mean how did how did how do you get all these road shut down yeah one thankfully we have received support center is protected by the mayor's office Boston police you see our state police there's a lot of people and entities are working hard to make sure it's a a tremendous data tremendous rights for everybody in the game so greedy completely closed thanks to see police closing and DC are close in store guy part that and then the longer route open for cars that longer and Rebecca St but it's so if you're looking for completely car free experience the downtown route is for you and the more adventurous ones can take your call back okay very cool very cool you know on on the day the day of hub on wheels in the past what have what have people told you you know what's been the response from participants at the end of it tremendously positive experiences people have I think I think that's part of it is just the community coming together getting out writing knock on wood with that great weather the past your software that continues this year number one year there was you know we had a rainy day and it's still a rain or shine event you know it's really gonna dampen the crowd that's going to come out to ride in you know four thousand people showing up with their parents and and getting out the vote shows the big celebration at community and connection between all the different neighborhoods which is that's I think one of the more fun things to see about the dates as a default the last few years it's also a huge fundraiser for Boston children's hospital which I can't forget to mention them of course and they've been involved the last few years so the chance for you if you just want to come out and and ride it still five dollars off of the registration goes directly to children but we encourage people to kind of you know make their miles matter and do some additional fundraising if they can make more money for children yeah yeah that's that's great always a you know a great cause to support and so in addition yet so the biking we talked about the dancing before the dance smile the day breaker there's also lake lake yoga out their boot camps what what else am I missing fell what else is going on that day the day before yeah on Saturday the fourteenth the new website will be up in the next couple days people can explore that it's just social fitness festival dot com initially if people go to social business full dot com they can see video of last year's experience as well as a whole bunch of the programming that we had last year and I think almost all of those studios and and partners fitness partial last you're all coming back this year well at the handful of new experiences that people can take advantage of because the social business stuff about Khan take a snapshot and see all the different things you can sign up for and then in the next few days all of the new programming will be out but people can sign up for specific class and what's particularly cool about this is again like Sundays I cried it's really a sense of community you know we have a ton of this explosion peak fitness offerings over the last four and five years and each other have the individual style and their own sort of calm you know their own tribe of an attic and this is really the opportunity once a year for all of those business partners to bring their tribes together for a full day and people can really experience a sampling of different offerings which is the nice yeah I'm really intrigued by the the dance smile and we're gonna get you got to be out there Hey it's in this year I know I know that we are people people are dressed up for that lake in costume it it is it is hysterical aiming at such a perfect way to end that social okay because everybody can dance right and you know the in thing for a mile is actually good work out for the forty minutes but it's not you know everybody can do it's an all ages of all shapes and sizes just kind of a cool fall in the end of the day party so if you imagine like a you know fares Bueller kind of flat bed truck float that helped out with DJ and zoom but is sh crowd and then it rolled off of city hall plaza as the lead your call on eight just holler by a complete dance party parade behind it so you get a couple thousand people with costumes and then everybody signed up and gets a bit like you're not interested like you're running a five K. and parading down the streets it's just a blast yeah yeah and and in even before that the day breaker is I mean when I attended that earlier this year that was that was an eye opener as like while people are coming out at six in the morning seven in the morning for this this morning dance party it's it's an amazing way to to start your day you know and and and get energized how would you describe the breaker well when I feel like it's one of those experiences I have a hard time explaining to people I think you can you can come experience it because it's just so unique what what I really took away from it it was just how everyone's doing their own thing and and you know when you go for a run like I I went for a run this morning you know everyone's everyone goes for runs is is doing the same thing you know same basically the same stride in in and what have you when you're a D. breaker this work out everyone's working out in a different way and and and just being their own person in their their own just doing whatever they want and and I thought that was really cool yeah great job of bringing in you know live music elements to the experience kind of a fun way for us with the fitness festival to really kind of set the tone and kick off the morning kick off the day yeah and and that role of writing to you know kind of different offerings in class is in session go over city hall plaza and and then capping it on the back and with another dance party that that dance but also it's really been a fun one day and and because of that because of the mayor's office and BlueCross BlueShield it's a completely free that for the community so there's no cost to sign up very few sessions obviously some of our our caps because of space in that only get so many spin bikes out there but for the most part you know it's just a big free fun celebration of getting Boston building and if he opens your thing there's yoga session if you want to try out a new boot camp kind of a thing you can do that you curse little club elements so there's really a lot everybody yeah yeah in your you mention the free aspects and and I've really been coming across more of that recently just so so key to be able to to give that access to to anyone who who wants to to get fitness free fitness I think that's really awesome that that you have that that option so yeah that's one of those things that you know from the city's perspective you know no looks fitness to be intimidating like you have to look a certain way or you have to do something you know going outside and playing catch with your kids is health and wellness can be any number of things like you said with a breaker moving to their own beat now and I think that's what's unique about this particular day it get out move the part of the community the socialists for for a reason the chance to meet new people and trying new things and and get outside in a big hurry fun event that's the goal yeah that's awesome that's that's very cool no that as president and CEO of activity you know what what what are your what is activity do L. activate sports and entertainment what what is your what is your mission there why are you over the marketing and PR at the garden topics concert and family show for ten years and twelve years ago when my kids were really little difficult to do a re the life and have a life and so I started the activity just figuring if I could still work on sports enough and and the things that I love and helping bring big events the box and that's what I was the last dozen years we've been working on events like this working with the mayor's office on hub on wheels and growing biking in Boston and creating the social set a stressful and trying to get people out and moving in a fun way as well as helping to bring other big events to the city that we we did a bunch of Red Bull event in the last few years urban cliff diving and clean because again we just crashed ice than we park this past winter as well as working with the mayor's office in the governor's office all of our great venues in town to try to bring other make it that to the box so you know WB summer plans coming back here at work on the book to the other a big event that we hope will will land in the next few months so it stinks right I think it's chance the to work in sports and events and entertainment you know our our what we learned was great and almost four hundred years the chance to bring those new event the city is is telling as well as especially get help help in any way we can with the mayor's office and in health and wellness and and making sure Boston is one of the healthiest cities and in the country.

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"US troops to stay in Syria but to head south out of the way of Turkey's attacks on Syrian Kurds the ambassador to the E. U. will reportedly testify on Capitol Hill this week that his quid pro quo denial text message involving Ukraine was relayed to him directly by the president Congress woman I on a Presley holding a town hall in round off one topic of discussion a new transportation clock is that's being created on Capitol Hill and the Boston athletic association's half marathon is now well under way a kicked off a little more than an hour ago this morning at eight o'clock that races following Forest Hills drive before passing the Arnold arboretum and Jamaica pond willow pond in Olmsted park along the Jamaica way and then returning through the western side of the emerald necklace may be aware that roads adjacent to the course may be shut down for awhile this morning and we've had David struck Pelino keeping track of that and we'll keep you updated on that in traffic on the threes and tomorrow it's the Reebok Boston ten K. for women it starts at noon on Boston common it's nine eighteen attorneys trying to overturn the death sentence of convicted marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev say in a new court filing that the twenty thirteen explosions so traumatized the region that it was impossible for their client to get an impartial jury hears WBZ's Charlie Sherman with the story of Austin globe reports at Sinai as lawyers say his rights to a fair trial were violated because the jury that voted to sentence him to death was drawn from a pool of people nearly all of whom were familiar with the broad details of the attack they also say sixty nine percent of the jury pool believe sunlight was guilty he was convicted of carrying out the April fifteenth two thousand thirteen attacks with his older brother he is appealing the death sentence prosecutors maintain an impartial jury was carefully selected I'm Charlie Sherman WBZ Boston's newsradio a Wilmington high school student dedicates L. a lasting memorial to fall an MIT police officer Sean collier killed by this are nigh of brothers after the marathon bombings Joe Wilson raise the money to place a memorial stone at Wilmington high school or call your graduated from in two thousand for my father's a police officer.

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In your meaning in your life yeah that race balls Forest Hills drive before passing the Arnold arboretum Jamaica pond willow pond in Olmsted park along the to make away and then returning through the western side of the emerald necklaces necklace that is so be aware that rose adjacent to the course may be shut down for awhile this morning will keep you updated with traffic and weather on the threes in tomorrow it's read the Reebok Boston ten K. for women that starts at noon on Boston common it's seven forty seven attorneys trying to overturn the death sentence of convicted marathon bomber your hearts are nigh of say in a new court filing that the twenty thirteen explosions so traumatized the region that it was impossible for their client to get an impartial jury WBZ's Charlie Sherman with the story of Austin globe reports at Sinai as lawyers say his rights to a fair trial were violated because the jury that voted to sentence him to death was drawn from a pool of people nearly all of whom were familiar with the broad details of the attack they also say sixty nine percent of the jury pool believe trying to live was guilty he was convicted of carrying out the April fifteenth two thousand thirteen attacks with his older brother he is appealing the death sentence prosecutors maintain an impartial jury was carefully selected I'm Charlie Sherman WBZ Boston's newsradio and meanwhile a Wilmington high school senior dedicates a lasting memorial to follow an MIT police officer Sean collier who was killed by the sword I have brothers after the bombings Joe Wilson raise the money to place a memorial stone at Wilmington high we're Kali graduated from back in two thousand for my father's a police officer.

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston Marathon champion career only one of three run as to when the Boston Marathon and the B. eight half marathon he faces stiff competition today against fellow elite runners today's race follows Forest Hills drive before passing the Arnold arboretum Jamaica pond will upon an all state park along that you make a way and then returning via the western side of the emerald necklace no be aware that road adjacent to the course may be shut down for a while this morning tomorrow Monday it's the Reebok Boston ten K. for women that race starts at noon on Boston common the search for survivors is under way in New Orleans governor John bel Edwards addresses situation after the search for those missing was reportedly suspended for the night no that it had a partial collapse there were it leads to fatale these one individual remains unaccounted for governor Edward speaking to our supporters at a campaign event after the so called jungle primary Saturday to force him to a re run reelection no cause for the sudden collapse of the hotel in New Orleans has not yet been determined CBS news correspondent kind of crack reports on the rescue efforts fire inspectors say the collapse came without warning and now they're concerned the rest of the building could fall throughout the day an unsupported crane swayed from the building looming over the site drones were being flown to determine which parts of the building remained most unstable this remains a very fluid and very dangerous situation and every few minutes something is falling off of this building the eighteen story hotel has been under construction for several months but it wasn't immediately known what caused it to topple a partial building collapse happened at the hard rock hotel construction site in your Allen's according to emergency medical services officials two people are dead one person it remains missing and more than eighteen have been taken to an area hospital for treatment and evaluation a press conference is scheduled for this morning tentatively at ten AM the parents of a British teenager killed in a traffic collision with American diplomat's wife are planning to travel here to the US to continue their fight in removing the women's legal immunity BBC news reporter Simon Jones has the story he tells parents the flying to the U. S. face they ever since Harry's death they being trapped in a nightmare he desperately wants a grave but we call it save every day is a battle he was hit by a car believed to have been driven by and siku last the wife of a U. S. diplomat she returned home shortly afterwards claiming diplomatic immunity the U. S. of now informed us that they consider the community is no longer president this could now pave the way for an attempt to extradite Mississippi loss to the U. K. nineteen year old Harry Dunne was killed in August when his motorcycle collided with a car outside of British Air Force base it is five fifty at least nineteen people are dead and more than a dozen are still unaccounted for after typhoon how today's ravaged Japan at leaving swollen rivers and.

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

13:23 min | 1 year ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Coming up the ship social fitness festival and hub on wheels this September in Boston but before we jump to that which is quickly recap last episode we profiled fly wheel sports they've been part of a free outdoor fitness series at the prudential center this summer and we've learned all about what fly wheel sports dies at their studio in the back bay as well I really encourage you he all the check out last week's episode was a lot of fun learn all about what fly wheel sports does in the city and how you you should really check out their studio in the future sounds like a lot of fun there with their studio cycling especially today we have on Jim Delany president and CEO of activate sports and entertainment he's he's on to talk about an upcoming health and well this weekend his company works with the mayor's office on the big health and well this weekend September fourteenth and fifteenth the fourth annual celebration of getting Boston moving Jim thank you for coming on today Hey you must be really excited for for the upcoming a vat how's everything coming together for for the big weekend I I collect chaos many moving parts but really the waiting to see you know how much the city's kind of health and wellness and fitness community has grown over the last I think about it as a dozen years ago when we started to get involved with the city and trying to create some programs and create events that really you know help with our health and wellness it started yeah I think it was probably twelve years ago when I got a call from then they're Menino's office because Boston has been ranked America's worst cycling city for three years in a row well not not a designation you really want to have a few of the mayor the self and we started to look at it you know there's a lot of the long term things that go into becoming a better biking will be time created a weekend in September of this year will be September fourteenth and fifteen but it was really back then cycling weekend so we have pro cycling races on Saturday and then the hub on wheels that'd be going for a couple years was kind of a grassroots city wide bike ride and we said the something really cool about that when we turn this into a big cycling weekend society pro races Sunday helpful wheels and it was kept like that for probably eight years and you've seen the vast improvements of biking in Boston over the last dozen years with bike share and more and more bike lanes in infrastructure in mayor Walsh when he came on board we started to look at it and said okay king how do we create changes from Justin biking weekend to more of a overall health and wellness weekend and that's when we created the the social fitness festival that with that for the past year so we got now the big social fitness festival on Saturday all day on city hall plaza and then Sunday is still now this will be the fifteenth annual hop on wheels bike right well well lock going on a lot yeah yeah so in city hall plaza what what specifically is happening with with the social fitness festival what what what type of activities are happening so this your social fitness festival of the last few years we've got it it starts and ends with the big dance party so if you're familiar with gave breaker and they're cool yoga slash experience exactly yeah we ascribe we actually we went to one of their six AM seven AM he dances and and we profile them for the show so that was that was a lot of fun yeah yeah so you're familiar with them they're they're a fun cool experience will kick off the morning right Mrs will be Saturday September fourteenth is the date this year and they'll kick off at seven AM whether they break your yoga experience and then eight to ten their full experience and then from really nine to noon there are a billion different activations going on different sessions including from Rav doing outdoor spin sessions to care to yoga just a ton going on that people can take advantage of and then it all culminates at one o'clock with that damn smile which is a little a one mile dance party down the closed streets were blocked which is that of the last the last couple years and that kinda and force that day and then the next day on Sunday those who were interested in the political component can get out and and right the streets of Boston well well of what where where do they go ride on Sunday all over all over the city yes I'll give you both of the website so hub on wheels dot com is the site for the big city wide ride in a B. on Sunday September fifteenth the fifteenth annual right this year and the mayor and also EF education first of the importance of that in it starts and ends on city hall plaza in the roots to take advantage of you can do the downtown route which is a dozen closed city streets downtown or the the longer route for those more adventurous that yourself is a the emerald necklace for days about a forty three mile loop around the city to both groups both courses starting and on city hall plaza and and with a big festival on city hall plaza that afternoon yeah yeah I mean that's what an opportunity to get out there on on the roads car free miles you know I mean that that muscle yeah it's the only day of the year that store drive is closed the car tracks to make to make one for fight so the opportunity to write down a car free store Dr is something everyone should try to experience and really the the overall day is really chance to explore Boston by bike right we don't if you live in the north then you might never heard him gone to Arnold arboretum or if you live in you know what's right for you might not even gotten a chance to go down the Hudson River trails so it's really a great chance just get out on Viking explorer with five thousand of your closest neighbors on the bike and then let me see the city in a different way yeah I I definitely agree I mean the only time I've been on store Dr was like July fourth because they shut it down all right inside was on a run and it's a it's a cool cool experience and and I I I I I can't even imagine like how cool that be biking down store and then it goes out of what the river way Jamaica pond Arnold arboretum Franklin park Stony Brook reservation no Ponson writer it's that's that's an incredible incredible route what weight but in its forty it's forty miles for some people sounds a little daunting really it's really not that one of our allies when you think about it and for those who think I'm forty the downtown is completely family friendly greet Carson about a dozen miles and you know we're really encouraging a lot of families to get out there and and get on the bike yeah yeah and how do you how do you go about just setting up the the the logistics of this day I mean how did how did how do you get all these road shut down yeah one thankfully we have received support center because I could buy the mayor's office Boston police BC our state the only there's a lot of people and entities are working hard to make sure it's a a tremendous data tremendous rights for everybody in the game so greedy completely closed thanks to speak police closing and DC are close in store drive part that K. on and then the longer route parts of it are still open for cars for that long and Rebecca St but it's so if you're looking for completely car free experience the downtown route is for you and the more adventurous one can take your call back okay very cool very cool you know on on the day the day of hub on wheels in the past what have what have people told you you know what's been the response from participants at the end of it tremendously positive experiences people have I think I think that's part of it's just the community coming together getting out writing knock on wood with that great weather the past yourself with that continues this year over one year there was you know we had a rainy day and it's still a rain or shine event you know it's really going to dampen the crowd's it's going to come out to ride in you know four thousand people showing up with their parents and and getting out the vote shows the big celebration of community and connection between all the different neighborhoods which is that's I think one of the more fun things to see about the dates as a default the last few years and it's also a huge fundraiser for Boston children's hospital which I can't forget to mention them of course and they've been involved the last few years so the chance for you if you just want to come out and and ride it still five dollars off of the registration goes directly to children but we encourage people to kind of you know make their miles matter and do some additional fundraising if they can raise more money for children yeah yeah that's that's great always a you know a great cause to support and so in addition yet so the biking we talked about the dancing before the dance smile the day breaker there's also lake lake yoga out their boot camps what what else am I missing found what else is going on that day the day by yeah on Saturday the fourteenth the new website will be up in the next couple days people can explore that it's just social fitness festival dot com initially if people go to social business apple dot com they can see video of last year's experience as well as a whole bunch of the programming that we had last year and I think almost all of those studios and and partners fitness partial last you're all coming back this year as well as a handful of new experiences that people can take advantage of because the social business stuff about Khan take a snapshot and see all the different things you can sign up for and then in the next few days all of the new programming will be up what people can sign up for specific class and what's particularly cool about this is again like Sunday's bike ride it's really a sense of community yeah we have a ton of this explosion peak fitness offerings over the last four and five years and each other have the individual style and their own sort of cold you know their own tribe of an attic and this is really the opportunity once a year for all of those business partners to bring their tribes together for a full day and people can really experience a sampling of different offerings which is the nice yeah I'm really intrigued by the the dance smile and we're gonna get you got to be out there Hey it's in this year I know I know that we are people people are dressed up for that like in costume it it is it is hysterical aiming at such a perfect way to end that social okay because everybody can dance right and you know be in sync for a mile is actually good work out for the forty minutes but it's not you know everybody can do it's an all ages of all shapes and sizes just kind of a cool fall and end of the day party so if you imagine like a you know Ferris Bueller kind of flat bed truck float that helped out with DJ and zoom but is sh crowd and then it rolled off of city hall plaza as the lead your call on.

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

12:44 min | 1 year ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"You might never be and gone to Arnold arboretum or if you live in you know once rocks for you might not even gotten a chance to go down the river trail so it's really a great chance just get out on by you can explore with five thousand of your closest neighbors on the bike and then let me see the city in a different way yeah I I definitely agree I mean the only time I've been on store drives was like July fourth because they shut it down all right and so I was on a run and it's a it's a cool cool experience and and I I I I I can't even imagine like how cool that'd be biking down store and then it goes out the river way Jamaica pond Arnold arboretum Franklin park Stony Brook reservation no Ponson writer it's that's that's an incredible incredible route well then it's forty forty three miles for some people sound a little taller it's really not that long of our allies when you think about it and for those who think I'm forty the downtown is completely family friend laying a Greek chorus of about a dozen miles and you know are really encouraging a lot of families to get out there and and get on a bike yes yeah and how do you how do you go about just setting up the the the logistics of this today I mean how did how how do you get all these road shut down yeah one thankfully we have received support center presented by the mayor's office Boston police you see our state the only there's a lot of people and entities that are working hard to make sure it's a a tremendous data tremendous ride for everybody in the game so reach completely closed thanks to see police closing and DC are close in store Dr perfect okay and then the longer route parts of it are still open for cars for that long backless street but it's so if you're looking for completely car free experience the downtown route is for you and the more adventurous ones can take care of all that okay very cool very cool you know on on the day the day of hub on wheels in the past what has what have people told you you know what's been the response from participants at the end of it tremendously positive experiences people out I think I think that's part of it's just the community coming together getting out writing knock on wood with that great weather you're so open that continues this year over one year there was you know we had a rainy day and it's still a rain or shine of that without you know it's really gonna dampened the crowd that's going to come out to ride in four thousand people showing up with their parents and and getting out the vote shows the big celebration of community and connection between all the different neighborhoods which is that's I think one of the more fun things to see about the day as as a default the last few years and it's also a huge fundraiser for Boston children's hospital which I can't forget to mention them of course and they've been in the last three years so the chance for you if you just want to come out and and find it still five dollars off of the registration goes directly to children but we encourage people to kind of you know make their miles matter and do some additional fundraising if they can raise more money for children yes yeah that's that's great always a you know a great cause to support and so in addition yet so the biking we talked about the dancing before the dance smile the day breaker there's also lake lake yoga out their boot camps what what else am I missing from what else is going on that day the day by yeah on Saturday the fourteenth the new website will be up in the next couple days people can explore that it's just social fitness festival dot com initially if people go to social business full dot com they can see okay deal last year's experience as well as a whole bunch of the programming that we had last year almost all of those studios and and partners fitness partner from last year are all coming back this year as well as a handful of new experiences that people can take advantage of because the social mistrustful dot com you can take a snapshot and see all the different things you can sign up for and then in the next few days all of the new programming will be up where people can sign up for specific class which I think particularly cool about this is again like Sundays I cried it's really a sense of community you know we have a ton of what really is explosion boutique fitness offerings over the last four and five years and each other have their individual style and their own sort of calm you know their own tribe of the net X. and this is really the opportunity once a year for all of those business partners to bring their tried to gather for a full day and people can really experience sampling of different offerings which is the nice yeah I'm really intrigued by the the dance smile and we're gonna get you got to be out there Hey it's in this year I know I know that we are people people like dressed up for that lake in costume it it is it is hysterical aiming at such a perfect way to end that social okay because everybody can dance right and you know be in sync for a mile is actually good work out for the forty minutes but it's not you know it's something everybody can do it's an all ages of all shapes and sizes it's kind of a cool fall and end of the day party so if you imagine like a you know Ferris Bueller kind of flat bed truck float that script out with the DJ and zoom but it sh kraut and then it rolled off of city hall plaza as the lead your call on eight just how about a complete dance party parade behind it so you get a couple thousand people with costumes and everybody signed up and gets a bit like you're not interested like you're running a five K. and parading down the streets to insist the blast yeah yeah and and and even before that the day breaker is I mean when I attended that earlier this year that was that was an eye opener I was like wow people are coming out at six in the morning seven in the morning for this this morning dance party it's it's an amazing way to to start your day you know and and and get energized how would you describe the breaker I feel like it's one of those experiences I have a hard time explaining to people SO you you can't just come experience it because it's just so you know what what I really took away from it it was just how everyone's doing their own thing and and you know when you go for a run like I I went for a run this morning you know everyone's everyone who goes for runs is is doing the same thing you know same basically the same stride and and and what have you but when you're a D. breaker this work out everyone's working out in a different way and and and just being their own person in their their own just doing whatever they want and and and I thought that was really cool yeah great job of bringing in you know live music aliments to to the experience the kind of a fun way for us with the fitness festival to really kind of set the tone and kicked off the morning kick off the day yeah and in that role of writing to you know I kind of different offerings in classes in sections all over city hall plaza and and then capping it on the back and with another dance party that that dance but also it's really been a fun fun day in and because of that because of the mayor's office and Blue Cross blue shield it's a completely free that for the community so there's no cost to sign up for any of the sessions obviously some of our our caps because of space and we only get so many spin bikes out there but for the most part you know it's just a big free fun celebration of getting Boston moving and if yoga is your thing there's no concessions if you want to try out a new group can't kind of a thing you can do that you curse little club alum and so there's really a lot for everybody yeah yeah in your you mention the free aspects and and I've really been coming across more of that recently just so so key to be able to to give that access to to anyone who who wants to to get fitness free fitness I think that's really awesome that that you have that that option so yeah it's one of those things that you know from the city's perspective you know no looks fitness to be intimidating like you have to look a certain way or you have to do something you know going outside and playing catch with your kids is health and wellness can be any number of things like you said with a breaker moving to their own beat now and I think that's what's unique about this particular day get out move the part of a community the socialists for for a reason the chance to meet new people and trying new things and and get outside in a big hurry fun event that's the goal yeah that's awesome that's that's very cool now that as president and CEO of activate you know what what it what are your what is activity do L. activate sports and entertainment what what is your what is your mission there well I I oversee the marketing and PR the carton with Celtics concerts and family shown for ten years and twelve years ago when my kids were really little difficult to do arena lights and have a life and so I started actively just figuring if I could still work on sports and entertainment and the things that I love and helping bring big events the box and that's what I was the last dozen years we've been working on events like this working with the mayor's office on hop on wheels and growing biking in Boston and creating the social stigma stressful and trying to get people out and moving in a fun way as well as helping to bring other big events to the city that we we did a bunch of Red Bull event for the last few years urban cliff diving and blue collar can we just crashed ice than we park this past winter as well as working with the mayor boxes than the governor's office all of our great venues in town to try to bring other tickets at the box so you know WB semi Flanders coming back here and working on the book to the other a big event that we hope will will land in the next few months so it's been quite a chance the to work in sports and events and entertainment you know our our what we learned was great anonymous for sound as it is the chance to bring those new event the city is is traveling.

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"arnold arboretum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Day yes WBZ at two beautiful Kulish dry days partly sunny partly cloudy beautiful puffy clouds that look like lambs it's gonna be great and after I give you more details later in the night when you can really concentrate now it's hard to concentrate this was so excited that Anthony some markers with us and then a you know it's funny when you look at these two books Jamaica plain images of America the Jamaica plain that are now in a lot of ways they're very similar they have wonderful photographs many people loaned them but the concept is in some ways the chronicles the neighborhood well one of the stories that I did which actually talked about it is the introduction to the other now book and I say the Jamaica plain today is one of Boston's great suburban neighborhoods but it is not always been connected to the city the area has a rich and colourful history that stretches from its role pastoral beginnings of the seventeenth century Jamaica plain became a part of Roxbury and later west Roxbury and served as a sub a playground for influential Bostonians before becoming a part of Boston in eighteen seventy four today the neighborhood is a bustling suburban spot that is preserved its natural beauty and resources and stories abound as to how Jamaica plain derived its day some trace the to the flow of rum shipments to the port of Boston following Oliver Cromwell sees it of Jamaica in sixteen sixty but regardless of how the name came to be many agree that your medical plan is one of the loveliest areas of New England the neighborhoods beauty has been protected by such visionary says Benjamin bossy who bequeathed as a state to Harvard College for what is now the Arnold arboretum and Henry Dearborn.

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"arnold arboretum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In nine to five. I'm your host, Bradley, Jay. And in our quest to better. Appreciate what we have here in the Boston area. We have Robert Bob Ellison here. Professor and former chair, right? Former chair former chair department of history Suffolk your teaching over that no more management with USS constitution museum. Trustees. And much more leader group called revenue fifty group that's involved in reenactments events leading up to the American revolution. Yes. I did it. I didn't even read it. That is great and read much. So one thing we have round here is the emerald necklace. I hope you folks, don't take it for granted. Because it is a beautiful thing which adds a great deal of quality to our lives. And we're going to talk about the necklace, and it's designer and creator Frederick LA hosted the start with. Actually all the sections Bob of the of the next. I know if you can you tell me where where they all are Illo sensually begins that Boston common, which is the oldest public park in the United States. And then we have the public Arden which was started in the eighteen thirties botanical garden botanical garden that is open twenty four hours a day every day of the year for free to the public. And then you walk down the Commonwealth avenue mall, which traverses the back bay this neighborhood created out of landfill in the nineteenth century really made to be an elegant neighborhood like the the American Paris, and then you get to the Fenway. And this is really the beginning of the engineered part that almost it created. There's a statue of Leif Ericson looking toward the Charles gate now there's an overpass there wasn't always there. But you take a left onto the Fenway. There's a yes sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt saying, okay. I'm trying to follow you. So you get to the end of comment, and then you kind of take a left and go over the. General's whatever the memorial bridges, and you get to the victory gardens, and that's picks up again. Well, yeah. In that area the corner of boylston street and the Fenway. There's actually memorial to John Boyle Riley. But that bridge the takes Wilson street over the muddy river was designed by h h Richardson, the great nineteenth century architect to trinity church and really created Richard Sonian romanesque as the style, and that was meant to give you a view down of the muddy river of this landscape area. That's actually the beginning of the back bay Fens Fens Marsh and this area looks completely natural. But it was all completely manmade engineered by Frederick loam stead, and then you walk through the Fenway where the victory gardens are also the World War Two memorial. And then you get to the riverway near where the landmark center is. And in fact, that little stretch their across the landmark center was covered over until just about a couple years ago. They realize there. A flooding problems. They opened up the river there. And then you continue on down the river way to olmsted park Jamaica pond and then from Jamaica pond to the Arnold arboretum. And then from the arboretum to Franklin park and initially olmstead division called for continuing this down Columbia road to marine park in south Boston marine park. He designed in the eighteen nineties but Columbia road. Actually, the Walsh administration wants to green Columbia road gap, yet filling that gap. So that would be the necklace and circling that's good. I hope he is able to fill in that gap. When you mentioned the the new the renovated. Section between. Well, this little part of the money where you can walk near Longwood in you come up to where the Sears building is. And that was where the new part is they they dredge that. And it's kinda stopped there before it. And so they continued it with two little bridges, and I do say landscape it better. Right. That will you to weeds because the rest was lamb scared. I mean olmstead really created this using natural plenty wanted to create a he did it for a couple of reasons that was a public health problem there too too. Big problems one the you had the Stony Brook which runs from turtle pond in and then through Roxbury big brewing area in the nineteenth century, also big. And so yeah, the Stony Brook and the Sony was put into a conduit. And so that closes flooding in basements and overrun and other problems and it gets into the fence. This marshy area where joins with the muddy river. And so a it would flood and then be it was filthy and breeding ground for typhoid other things. So the city really needed to do something about this. And they had a competition. They had about twenty and they had various people come up with designs and Twenty-three designs submitted to do something about this. And almost it was asked to be a judge. He refused. He said he didn't want to judge the competition. He didn't even enter the competition. But then they had a winning design guy named Gruntal. Who is a florist did what they thought was a nice design and the olmsted look at an well, it doesn't solve the two problems one is drainage, and, you know, getting the sewage out of here, and then two is flooding, and so they gave to and the city engineer agreed and gave that six thousand dollars design something else. And so what owns did did in the Fenway area was to create essentially. A thirty acre holding lagoon for the Stony Brook, and that is going to solve the part of the problem. Also a couple of conduit. So is that they're now it is there now. That's the Fenway. That's what you walk past when you're walking through the park, and you see this nice body of water. Okay. You're right. That's actually designed to be a holding tank or the Stony Brook. And also, you might have noticed a couple of stone buildings kind of cross from the FAA in northeastern in that area. Actually now the. The conservancy the Enron necklace conservancy has their headquarters those were designed as the gate houses for the conduit. The carries the Stony Brook into this area the Stony Brook again Sony, roughly under Columbus avenue near where the Columbus of and the new orange line go that way, and you're going up toward west Roxbury. Stop. Right. Exactly. Yeah. And actually where the Ruggles stop is the conduit goes under there carrying Stony Brook from Columbus to the Fenway. So I really near with the MFA is you have this brook and Stony Brook was a huge industrial area. In fact, they used the water for brewing, and you may still see some of those buildings in Roxbury the old breweries that were built in the nineteenth century when there was a big Irish population and German population to groups that are known for pro liking beer and Boston had a lot of breweries there. In fact, a couple of our be Trump being turned into condos. And actually there are some microbreweries beginning to operate in that area, people repurpose the names of those ovaries. So yeah, what were a couple of even the Boston beer company was one okay and half in river was another one. And so the having refer- is now a condo development. I believe, you know, Boston beer company is what Jim Cook's, you know. They. Reduce them, you'll Adams, not the same company. So yeah, Boston had a lot of breweries beer didn't travel. Very well. So you were better off having locally made beer than having shipped from Milwaukee. Or some other far-distant place into Boston had a big brewing industry before prohibition came in friends with this topic since it's local so very local, and I don't know special. I'd like to go ahead and invite you to call join us do enjoy the emerald necklace the down there. Do you have any stories relating to it you on Jamaica pond catch a fish there? Where do you hang out? What does the emerald necklace done for? You does a lot for me because I'll walk down that mall and cometh quite a lot along the muddy quite a lot in common all the time. So I thank you Frederick law..

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"arnold arboretum" Discussed on Travelogue

Travelogue

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on Travelogue

"Also pretty famous as Charlie's kitchen, which has a huge beer garden in the back, tons of different rotating drafts from New England which is also home to a lot of great beers. Yes. So, yeah, there's, it's just like there's a lot of homegrown beer. It's a lot of homegrown here in Boston promise. You can go visit the harpoon brewery fun time. Yeah, it ain't just Sam Adams, even though that's over. He could find it right. Not doing it really as you said no respect. Not doing it right now that nothing wrong with him. Adam also. Yeah. Okay. Todd, before we go any parting shots, anything we haven't touched on that you just feel like if someone were coming that you and you just you, you felt like they just really gotta do it. I think north end is a quintessential Boston thing and that sort of a must visit. If you're looking for a great meal, a great place to walk around after dinner, taking the sites of quaint neighborhood that's definitely must do for me. Oh, plug from Zima, fine arts. It's it's a Japanese Buddhist temple room in there that is the most peaceful place in the entire city. It is one of the better museums of that kind in the country for sure. The the, the, the Arnold arboretum. Which is in JP writes in Jamaica, plain. Yep. Yep. So that's another one that I would. One thing I'd wanna call out that we didn't mentioned. We talked about mount Auburn cemetery, which is a great place to walk around taking some kind of nature and. Graves, but the Arnold arboretum, which is Harvard University's arboretum. It's in Jamaica. Plain neighborhood be mentioned earlier is just like astounding as well. And it's kind of like a lesson in tree, botany too, because it sort of separated by pines and firs and whatever else and you can go through it. It's it has its own. There's like a whole banzai sections all these different punds AIA trees, and it's very like peaceful place for a nice fall Walker summer walk. Wow, guys, I think Boston sounds amazing. Are like really. Yeah. Okay. Todd, thank you so much for joining us. Thank Thank you. you and thanks to both of you guys. Thanks, everybody listening. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast. We are in IT wearing soundcloud. Visit us at traveler dot com. Check out are awesome. Boston guide which Todd worked on and many other people. It's terrific. All of our guys are terrific. And this was no exception. The women who travel podcast. If you have not subscribed to that, you need to. You've heard loudly took a LA en Meredith. Talk about that many times on the show, and we are also at Conde nast traveler and Facebook, and YouTube and c. n. traveler on Instagram and Twitter, and you should follow us at both of those places and please do tweet at us if we missed your favorite place in Boston, let us know and we will happily re tweet that out to our followers, send us feedback reviews on itunes, Todd, where can people get in touch with you on the social. Media if they should wish to do. So my Instagram is eat gay love. Okay. And that Instagram is your place to be? Sure is all right. Why not sub where you at sub modo bring on all the hate from bus Onians who said that there were too big for their breaches. Preaches is also so revolutionary. I'm just trying to go with the whole freedom trail. Hey, don't send me hate mail. I'm at Laura, underscore Redmond on Instagram, and you are not waiting for me at all today. Man. Now. Brad. Talk about big for breaches. Graddick have a great weekend. Everybody.

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"arnold arboretum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"arnold arboretum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That is really knows we're gonna take a stroll through the arnold arboretum the any you will walk from obesity so yup if you're overnight negga the woods this is a little bit of a fundraiser you can come over and walk you don't have to contribute no problem love to have you join us i'll be there with dr scotch sure court and a lot of other medical personnel from brigham in women's hospital their close associated with the faulkner you take a beautiful little stroll not too long heavy about a mile not not better all right out the lobby of the faulkner hospital the main law the they'll have some fruit and some drinks and thinking you know non alcoholic drinks don't get me wrong but water whatever you want to take a little straw oh love to meet you come on over salo tomorrow morning the walk starts at nine we'll be done by ten believe me we will be done by ten these oputa by ted but i'm going to get their row quarter nine come on over in say hello it's tomorrow morning fog hospital jamaica plane bus routes we know where it is over by the if w park we can of at the head of yet to be portwood between the jamaica way and vf w parkway love to see it we have a lots to talk about tonight it's friday night we are heading toward a weekend and i guess tomorrow's gonna be a beautiful day i have a full schedule this weekend i hope that you either have a full schedule so you could just relax or somewhere in between coming up at nine o'clock tonight we're gonna go back would we're gonna talk a little bit more about the paris climate agreement that president trump took us out of yesterday and we're going to ask the question is paris burning i donald paris's burning but i know it a lot of the french politicians are burning that's for sure it will talk about talk more about it coming up the ten o'clock was scheduled very interesting guest this guest was suggested to me by one of our out of studios staff we always take guess suggestions where georgetown professor matt crony gone he is a very distinguished professor at georgetown university soon associated professor and the problem.

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