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"bedford" Discussed on Radio Boston
"We we were getting off the ground and thinking about this and what our mission is in. What our vision is as. Kobe was ravaging the city and i did not see a lot of coverage of covert. I didn't know what was going on. How many people had died for example and one of the first things we did and it took us a couple of months to get the data it was to find out who died in new bedford from kovic and it was more than four hundred people and we went. We talked to those people and it was amazing stories that came through and when we analyzed the data we found a an occupational cluster that there was a cluster of retired Textile industry workers who appeared to have been particularly vulnerable to cove it because of longtime respiratory issues that that were related to their work. I mean the city didn't know where it was in terms of covert and that that was just a basic thing that we wanted to bring to the table to say okay. This is what's happened in this past year and a half and it. It wouldn't have happened if we hadn't had the resources and the commitment and the support incredible support. We have from the community to really dig in that into that and and get the data and then mine that data for for the storytelling. That that i think will will really be part of the city's history steve with that kind of urgency in mind. Let's let's talk a little bit about resources and how this works. It's nonprofit but that doesn't mean it doesn't need revenue. of course it does not selling ads. It's free how to stay financially viable in the long run and any concern about the you relying on sources that you then have to report on. Well i think not the the answer to the latter case is no because i think the sophisticated people who want to sponsor us realize that straightforward hard hitting coverage comes with the territory whether they're involved or not And we would have to just not take funds from somebody who felt otherwise but there's a significant amount of foundation money out in the country. Some of whom have mission statements..
"bedford" Discussed on Radio Boston
"Let's go now to new bedford. Where herman melville set moby dick. And we're frederick douglass escaped from slavery dressed as a mariner. Today it has the most valuable commercial fishing port in the world but for years now it has also had a shrinking newspaper of record the standard times. The paper wants had almost sixty fulltime staff but has fewer than fifteen today. According to the boston business journal rupert murdoch's news corp bought the paper in two thousand seven. And since it has changed. Hands between large media conglomerates several times. Stephen taylor a former boston. Globe executive teamed up with a group of other local investors to try to save it. The fundamental premise of a substantial fourth estate in new bedford was shrinking drastically and our founders and we want to see if we can do something about bringing that back. Taylor and france tried to buy the standard times back from its current owner gannett when they were turned down. They started over founding a new nonprofit. Newsroom the new bedford light. We caught up with taylor recently. And with barbara. Rossner the lights editor about this new venture and bobby began by telling us what makes new bedford so special. New bedford is particularly interesting. Place it it rich history as the capital of the of the whaling industry and and then at the textile industry. it's it's where herman melville's moby dick. It's where frederick douglass escaped as as a slave came to new bedford. Learn to preach here. I registered to vote here. I mean it's just got this incredible history and then waves and waves of immigration which continue now and I think it's just a fascinating place. I i mean. Every place i've ever worked has been fascinating. But new has some some elements that are particularly fruitful fertile for The kind of coverage that we're we are we're attempting to provide the in depth investigative type story and really important to us is the arts and culture coverage which is our way of getting into all the many many pockets of of new bedford's diverse culture. So steve tell me a little more about these particular types of stories subject areas. That are ripe for your coverage in new bedford. And maybe one that you feel hasn't been covered enough. I think the list is long. And the editors would know until i came to know new bedford in buzzards bay in this area by water. I know it very very well. In fact by water and so issues of the cleanup of buzzards bay and the environment one of our founders was a former mayor. Who had a lot to do with getting that. Cleanup done Environmental issues that are going to be have to be confronted like any waterfront city with sea level rise and climate change but also part of the solution is going to be an offshore wind. And there's a you may know. There's a delicate dance between the offshore wind necessity and the fishing industry which is a critical biggest part of new bedford's past and substantial part of its future and so covering all those various angles as they unfold is going to be really important and that doesn't even begin to get to the political and educational and so a cultural social services seen so. We're starting with the cultural as bobby. Just described and some deep explanatory and investigative and data driven stories about Things in new bedford. The people wouldn't know about without us. Bobby is there an example of a story in maybe the recent history of new bedford. You can go back a little further. If you want to story of wrongdoing or accountability that would not have been exposed without robust local news. Sort of to sort of bring home. Why this fourth estate presence is so important. Well rather than the investigative area or malfeasance It's really more basic than that..
Medina Spirit Treated With Ointment Containing Anti-Inflammatory Drug
"Like you're an update to the saga of a horse on steroids at the Kentucky Derby Bomb. Bedford is changing his story. The trainer of Medina Spirit now says the horse was treated with an anti fungal ointment, which does contain the steroid Bethune methadone. That's the drug that was detected in the post race drug test. Bamford earlier said he had no idea how the drug might have gotten into the horse's system. Connect be mean. Treat him or that we don't even use that. The ointment is commonly used on some horses, but is a violation in Kentucky if detected on race
Medina Spirit gives Baffert record 7th Kentucky Derby win
"Bedford hadn't said much about Medina's spirit and didn't expect to see many reporters around his barn ahead of derby I'm sure I want to get the rest of the week I appreciate you guys coming by I talked the guys with the currently anybody here but the fifteen to one cold change the narrative with a half length win in the run for the roses to give Baffert his seventh Kentucky Derby the most in history we came in under the radar and I just how do I know I'm coming here brag anything like that you know Portland getting beat you know and so for him to win it happened the heavily favored essential quality rallied late for fourth place will Clark Louisville
Biden Says He Will Bring U.S. Troops Home From Afghanistan
"Analyzed this year. 5000 police field incident Resident reports bonding is from pulling 2015 all U. to 2020. S troops out of They Afghanistan found that 46% by not of 11, them involved black saying it's citizens. time to end New America's Bedford Mayor John longest Mitchell says war. the city will closely The head review of the CIA this report weighed and in take at whatever a Capitol steps are Hill necessary hearing earlier, to I'm ensure Cam E that McCormick. policing in New I think Bedford we have to is be clear evenhanded. eyed about the reality. Looking at the potential It is 1 terrorism 50, challenge. the pushes CIA on again Director to William make Burns the Lone said Both Star Isis state and Al Qaeda would the like next to rebuild constitutional their presence, He said The carry threat was kept state in check 21. by the U. Other S states led forces already allowed when nearly the time unrestricted comes for gun the U. ownership S military and Texas to Republican withdraw Party chair Alan The U. West S government's wants this ability to be the next to one. collect Do you do not and need act a mother mayor on from threats the government of will Texas diminish that to have simply the fire effect. on? Did But you he have said a right the U. S to keep will retain and bear. capabilities But the idea faces that will help criticism detect from any
Justin Fairfax Accuses Terry McAuliffe of Treating Him Like Emmett Till
"The old governor who's planning on running for governor again, and Justin Fairfax, the rapists lieutenant governor whose star rose in the Democrat Party after being Repeatedly accused of rape very credibly by women. He became more popular in the Democrat Party and yesterday just in Fairfax is black. And he accused Terri make awful of treating him like George Floyd. And he brought Emmett till into it, too remarkable stuff. These people, the racism that these people spread is just and keeping in mind. They're the party of Jefferson Davis and the Confederacy of Nathan Bedford Forrest in the clan. They're the party of everything awful every racial stain in the history of the country. Bull Connor and Orval Faubus and George Wallace and Robert Byrd and the Oh
"bedford" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"Indigenous communities will move from bonn die and from the areas and placed into hasn't commission spaces in red fin along with other social housing. That has been set up in the area After kind of civil war. A lot of lebanese a lot of immigrants also moved to that area and then you have in recent years. The kind of middle-class affluent young lawyers cray tubes and but also people who have a steady jobs and families now in that. And we'd that has caused displacement of the indigenous communities as well as people who rely on social housing in that area. So i kind of wanted to choose that area for variety of reasons but that kinda complex background to it already was fading into so much of what i wanted to talk about. And you've also made this fool people within the house all of different ethnic grounds through. Yeah and you know. I think that was something. That was very Will be very conscious. But i think that there were a lot of aspects to that decision. One was wanting to talk about sort of second generation migrant because there is very different social reality occurring as well then the keys that a looking today. mother country own had some Necessarily in other countries people who contributing to a lot of these forms of gentrification and foams all sort of social class mobility but at the same time a lot of these people who have families that know what it feels like to be displaced. Look they all want to make something of their lives. And i'm quoting here from Kavita friends shapes they want more than renting and casual work contracts and the tinder. One night stands my housemates now. I want to get on with our lives and build something more lasting. We are all turning thirty and seen start. Look like we imagined they would. So what are these doing will let them working kind of casual jobs or they're working in areas that they aren't necessarily have a connection with sore macho of what they spoke is trying to explore as well as the idea of what he's home so in many ways they're trying to create a kind of home. Ach with initia- house. But i wanted that to also sit alongside so many of the inhabitants of the city as you know the city makes up such a huge part of the character in the book meant a lot of it's about strangers and connections with uber drivers and cafe workers and baristas and all these people that make up the social fabric of our day to day life. And i wanted these full. Who in a share house to be some questioning their ideas of home in what makes a harm alongside so many of these strangers inhabitants..
Mass. Man Charged With Murder of Girlfriend on Maine Beach, Police Say
"From Bedford, Mass. Is facing murder charges accused of publicly beating his girlfriend to death in Maine. WBC. Sherry Small has more beach goers were shocked. They say they witnessed a man in broad daylight assaulting a woman on short Sands Beach in York, Maine. It happened on Friday. Maine State police say it about four p.m. 911 call started flooding in reporting The alleged assault 33 year old Jeffrey Buchanan of Bedford is accused of beating his girlfriend to death behind a large rock. On the beach. Police found 35 year old Rhonda pad Alina dead Behind that rock. Buchanan was arrested and charged with her murder. Police say that the two are domestic partners who live in Bedford and have a child together. The medical examiner determined that Catalina died from blunt force trauma to the head.
Massachusetts man charged with killing domestic partner on beach in York
"Bedford, Massachusetts Man is facing murder charges in the beating death of his girlfriend up in Maine. Beachgoers were shocked. They say they witnessed a man in broad daylight assaulting a woman on short Sands Beach in York, Maine. It happened on Friday. Maine State police say it about four P.m. 911 call started flooding in reporting The alleged assault 33 year old Jeffrey Buchanan of Bedford is accused of beating his girlfriend to death behind a large rock on the beach. Police found 35 year old Rhonda pad Alina Dead. Had behind that rock. Buchanan was arrested and charged with her murder. Police say that the two are domestic partners who live in Bedford and have a child together. The medical examiner determined that Catalina died from blunt force trauma to the head Sherry small WBZ Boston's news
Boston-Area Man Charged With Murder of Girlfriend on Maine Beach, Police Say
"Boston's news radio. A Massachusetts man is charged in the beating death of his girlfriend at a beach in Maine. Police in York received multiple 911 calls about a man assaulting a woman at short Sands Beach yesterday afternoon when they got their officers arrested 33 year old Jeffrey Buchanan of Bedford, Massachusetts. And found 35 year old Rhonda paddle. Lena, also of Bedford, dead. State. Police say the two were domestic
The definition of your health
"So what is what does success when it comes to health and wellness is it example. I like everybody. Losing fifty kilos is it. Example bay having bama of twenty five is it example say having fifty kilos of lean muscle mass. Is it being able to around five kilometers. What is true health wellness and that is really what i want to dive deep into today because let's be honest. Health and wellness is different. Every person on this earth short we may have aspirations that align with one another such as a two hundred k j deadliest personal best all losing fifteen kilos to fit into your wedding dress or even be able to do the splits. I can't do that. You'll goals may often along with other people's goals but they differ. Because you have your own personal meaning behind them which drives you to achieve them now. One thing health is not is when you take someone else's go health goals all idea of health as you are because you want to a fit in bay impressed them will save. Feel that you have to have those as your goals. Otherwise you around on the not to want to be around you not on. So let's take a quick stab at what i think is true health and wellbeing. So if you want to improve your health by taken on goals at someone else's impressed upon you eva because they want your support all let's be honest one you'd have this anglos zen and it's up to you to know how to handle the situation but i do not believe that personal true personal well-being comes from having goals made for you about your own. Mind your embody yarn health. They need to be yours. So let's talk about body transformations live. Trent lott changing transformations do not just because someone eats bedford turns up to the gm consistently short that may play a role. The let us be honest. There are plenty. Plenty of. Fact is the play a role in success when it comes to a healthy transformation which i will listen now and i wanted to reiterate that success is you make it. It is not what i'm going to tell. You is my definition of success. It is up to you. Determine what is the best version of your health would success for you with your health and wellbeing goals with light loss. I'm having a mental health getting stronger paying for a better sleep. Whatever it is success is what you make it. So the plenty of factors in in the role of success when it comes to a healthy transmission going to the list. you've got reduced. Inflammation never inflammation could occur through better nutrition and less sleep deprivation. You've got improve sleep quality through nutrition through rigorous blue light exposure. Which improves the melatonin. Palau's melatonin to actually forming a slate and exercise. You've then got increased muscle through resistance training if got increased muscle occurring receive quality using the growth home arm and number talking about homes. He actually inject the growth. Moment is something that naturally occurs when you go to sleep in recovery muscle-building phase and then you've got nutrition intake to see how these things will connect improved got health which can help be role of success in la transformation because improved got health can come from better nutrition making better choices having a better relationship with food understanding. What types of foods actually make a difference to one's health mo- being done you know you've got food. Roddy you can improve your sleep quality again. Which will improve your health and your regular exercise. Woman's who will. This is a really big one. And i deep dive into this one because i modestly non-expert but i do the best with what i know and how it can help you the lisa here. In the rate community the hormones will begin to balance out as a result of frequent exercise.
Dick Hoyt, Who Ran Marathons While Pushing His Son, Dies at 80
"Road race legend Dick Hoyt has died at the age of 80 those who attended the New Bedford half marathon over the years. We're familiar with Dick and his son, Rick Hoyt as the father son duo that ran hundreds of road races together with Dick pushing Rick, a quadriplegic with cerebral palsy in his wheelchair. To first ran the Boston Marathon together in 1980 completed 32 Boston marathons and more than 1000 total races before Dick retired in 2014, citing health
"bedford" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"With advancing age. You know you're you're able to definitely still be performance. You know there are some as we've shown in the show today some remarkable performances. Exactly from people in their thirties forties fifties sixties seventies eighties. You know that is one of the great things about running. But if you won't performance to be you'll markelle for where you are now. Then you have to be comfortable with not being in comparing yourself to where you were twenty five. Yeah exactly oh yes look. Running in your forties can be incredible too good luck with finding what makes you tick with the forthcoming trials. Full the tokyo olympic games taking place in q southwest london q. Gardens on friday the twenty sixth of march we to be really good to catch. Up with the organizers of that event. Tom bedford's tom joins us and the women's event also walks events now. Some of the obstacles embarrassed that is facing forward to competitive vie for the limited number of places to get on that plane to tokyo to race in the olympic games later on this year. I'm joined now on marathon. Talk by tom. Bedford tall is the organizer of richmond. Run fast and also in just nine days time. He is the organizer for the team. Gb olympic marathon trials taking place q. gardens. I'm really excited to talk to him. I'm also joined by mathematics own. Angie andrews who's going down to q. Gardens to cover the team. Gb olympic marathon trials friday. The twenty six of march. Tom angie could have you both here tom. Hey feeling nine days to go. Yeah no most events start to calm down sort of ver- ends with everything that you've been working towards now just putting out fires things if we haven't planned it by now then the event series in trouble so so yeah i sort of pass things with the event of a papal but instructions the streaming though the other things that we've been doing the last four months specs you last Should begun if the more job so yes. I'm a bit more a bit more relaxed now. We spoke last time. And there's a lot of talk. Iran the suitability of the costs and the way in which the tons would work cut quite top level stuff. Now i understand all that has been the youtube and i am was set for quite rapid showdown yet known maintain. We've been down there gardening. All the mother chona's tough tales. Now it is understand it the way it was initially announced and everything else. So summed up twenty twenty Are so but yeah listen. We've got an even better cost than when i spoke to you last time. Remember tune food fending every corner before last interview and everything else but we found an even better close now. So we've got these loop of free thousand three hundred thirty freemasons whether the will be doing that's four times anjana it's flat. It's flat as a pancake with marc sherman. A talker for and he was not with breath once a money. Eric peacock at the japanese garden. But yeah the cost. The cost is ready in serious since we all actually doing some gardening a next week wanting some of the pause in certain sections Especially at spring that but yeah. The course is ready to go We've at gone with knowing days ago. The athletes training is pretty much done now. So i think everyone's in the same situation. I think everyone just wants to get now..
"bedford" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Host and that is the university of birmingham britain's second largest city by population. I'm looking at european athletics. dot com. Who claim has wondering betty who claimed that the university of birmingham which can be situated in the southwest great britain's second largest city southwest art. Gopher midland's athletic you. Let's go midland's let go. University of birmingham which is situated in midland looking forward to that event i think my understanding gon. Who's based at university of birmingham on is poverty. Endurance team. Baps has a handle on on some of that so yeah european tender up on the track. We'll go ahead on. Fifth june talking about more. Amtrak stuff ashley am i got this from pathetic website and it was the sound running. Invite california own on the sixth of march and those more ridiculously. Fast hines again namely mark. Scott he's moved to third on the all-time in the men's five thousand meter rankings as he crops thirteen five points. Thirteen to move ahead of andrei bookshop. He was second in the race behind groundfish but made it three p.'s. Across three events in this is over just over the last four weeks of the month so he's done a pb and three thousand meters five thousand meters in ten thousand pages so he is cooking gas. Reputa- the i really really rapid and then there was more action. This quite citing. I don't know if you knew about this milestone. i didn't know about it to sort of it was it was here. it was wealth. Athletics elite only winter ten k. So it's the first outdoor track race. I think in the uk that was very fifth of march and A meal cross on lily portrait should both one The men male female events and say caress and accept the invitation to join some of the top welsh athletes as they were trying to go for the olympic qualifying time nikki gardens which is only a couple of weeks. Time isn't at the end of marcus. Yes we've got. Tom bedford on the show later today to talk about that. Yeah brilliant say so..
"bedford" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"On sleep show. Martin speaks to team. Gb olympic marathon trials race director. Tom bedford boston. Marathon goes virtual. We catch up on the first of the outdoor track action in wales. Moe's back on the roads and often female that sixty marathon world record is broken as we can to japan. Training talk is all about running as a veteran. Hello martine how you doing a more. I know loads about running. As a veteran as i have been one for the last nine years. Is that all check. How many years have you been evacuated. Because of course veteran for men is in women is thirty five. I'm not certain why that's the case. Actually that's the wrong way round as she thinking about it. I've never actually thought about it later. I life. Eight years veteran is richard. I'm sure we're go. I'm looking forward to talking about that later on in the show. Of course i trained to talk all about running as a veteran. I have been back running a little bit up and down up and down for me. It's like running. Yes it's been up. And dan however I am Date series of easy runs last week. And i've done a few easy runs this week. So when you say easy runs it's not really progressive ten miles that you gonna That's what you've done. You can six thousand three lightning ninety seconds. I can run a have run a ten miler and did a slow..
What makes a variant a variant of concern?
"Hello this is corona cost a daily podcast all about the coronavirus. I'm health reported teigen tyler. An opposition and journalists culture. Norman swan friday the fifth of march and give it into the second year of corona caster. But it gives you the year it's two thousand and twenty one. It still hasn't anyone even though time is both flying and travelling at a snail's pace but normally one of the things that we keep hearing about over the past few weeks and months is variant. So we we were all very critical of donald trump when he was talking about the china virus and the wuhan virus. But then since then we've been talking about the uk strain in the south african strain. And then yesterday all this week we've been hearing about a russian variant. That's popped up in queensland. So firstly what does it even mean and secondly doing it a better way of naming these virus variance where we're gonna way of naming them. It's just pretty obscure so. The russian variance so called is has the numbers three one seven at the end of it and it is a bit unfair naming them according to where they were i noticed or discovered so britain said africa brazil. New york california russia. It's not very helpful at all because it just sparks. Fear yet. A new variant. What does it actually mean. There's lots and lots of variance. And if i can take us back. Just a little less than a year is that even then there were variants developing and people panicking about them at that point and the bedford lab. Which was really one of the first labs to get into sequencing the variance in tracking them. Globally they found that in fact there was very little change in behavior between the variants. It was more. The people change their behavior but not the virus and that's only recently changed and it's only changed with two or three variants so it's changed with the south african variants. It seems to probably be more Contagious and certainly more vaccine resistant. The brazilian variant. We still don't know enough about that but that looks as if it's more contagious. And certainly also look. Civic could be vaccine partly packed vaccine resistant. The uk one. It's more about contagious. Nece and the american ones so far just not sure what their behavioral changes so more and more. We're seeing various but for every one of these variants you're seeing that are lots and lots of other ones which simply track the evolution of the virus and don't really mean anything and reportedly this variant which is three one seven being called the russian variant. Just seems to be one of these variants which has been thrown off by the virus through replication. And probably doesn't mean very much at all so one of the other pieces of lingo that we've been hearing this idea variant of concern and some of the naming conventions have the are see in them as well as like there's the be one one seven top naming convention and then this other naming conventions which just makes it even more confusing. What makes a variant of very of concern versus just add variant of not concerned. Just curiosity is. I'm sure that that is actually standardized internationally but it would just mean that. There is evidence that it's transmitting more than other viruses muscling other viruses out the ways so for example. The uk barely has muscled other variance out of the way. It's presumed to be more contagious. But probably less contagious than we originally thought the brazilian very. We've talked about it on a corona cast. It seems to be infecting people who were previously infected with the let's call it the wuhan variant which is really the regional virus to come out of china and the south african variants is also almost certainly able to reinfect from the previous one which also and there is evidence of reduced vaccine. Efficacy is gets this concern label when there's evidence that it is behaving differently and potentially dangerously
Biden won't pull Tanden nomination, says she'll get the votes
"Biden says he will not pull the nomination of Bedford native near attendant to service, the director of the office of Management and Budget. I think we're gonna find the boat together come from No now. The president made this comment tonight after West Virginia Senator Joe mention a Democrat. Said earlier today that he would not vote for tendons, confirmation, putting the nomination and doubt mansion in that statement, citing public statements from tendon directed at politicians on both sides of the aisle. He says those statements are overtly partisan and toxic, and he thinks they will be detrimental to the working relationships required to serve in that
Boston restaurants fully booked for Valentine's Day weekend
"The holiday Valentine State to boost their business after a pretty tough winter and really tough pandemic. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe reports, Some eateries are booked solid. Don't have a reservation yet for Valentine's dinner. Good luck Getting one seems a lot of people are itching to get out of the house and be treated to a nice night out at the tipsy to bargain and fall River there just about book solid for this weekend very well Booked for Valentine's Day. It's a celebration weekend. You have president fan money of the school vacation Coming up. Carl Pellet Ear says they're offering indoor and outdoor gardens seating with heaters. He calls it a one stop shop for All of your valentine needs. We have desserts from Danny's in fall River florals from rustic rose floral designs. Then, of course, we have our food take out barrels on the waterfront of New Bedford still has availability for this weekend because they're such a large capacity restaurant. Crystal Gilbert is event and sales manager. We're running, of course, certain terrific. Stuck Shrimp, big stuff. Lobsters. That menu is making me hungry. Kevin Tonic left
Some Boston-area restaurants are booked up ahead of Valentine's Day
"Day is going to be a rosy one for area restaurants. They could use the business, too. After a rough winter, WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us some eateries. I've been booked solid for this weekend for weeks. Don't have a reservation yet for Valentine's dinner. Good luck Getting one seems a lot of people are itching to get out of the house and be treated to a nice night out at the tipsy to bargain and fall River there just about book solid for this weekend very well Booked for Valentine's Day. It's a celebration weekend. You have president fan money of the school vacation coming up. Owner Carl Pellet Ear says they're offering indoor and outdoor gardens seating with heaters. He calls it a one stop shop for all of your Valentine. Needs. We have desserts from Danny's and for River florals from rustic rose floral designs. Then, of course, we have our food take out barrels on the waterfront of New Bedford still has availability for this weekend because they're such a large capacity restaurant. Crystal Gilbert is event and sales manager. We're running, of course, certain terrific stuff. Shrimp, big stuff. Lobsters. That menu is making me hungry. Kevin Tana Close WBZ Boston's news radio. It's long been thought The
Mass. High School Students Help Discover 4 New Planets
"The world are applauding to Boston area high school students who made a remarkable discovery 18 year old Jasmine, right of Bedford and 16 year old Kartik Tingle of Cambridge both helped discover four Exo planets and co authored a peer reviewed paper, which was published in The Astronomical Journal on January. 25th. The students are part of the research mentoring program at the Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge. During this particular project, the group is working on finding new planets using the transiting exoplanet survey, satellite or tests. Do you have any library
Bamboozled By Teller, Chicago Bank Robber Offers ID Before Arrest
"I think Robert gave teller his actual idee during ill fated heists. This is great. They're just not making bank robbers like they used really. Whitey Bulger is rolling over in his grave thinking about the other incompetence of the modern day. Bank robber, a Chicago bank robbery suspect gave a teller his state issued ID along with a withdrawn floor way his state issued ideas that anything like a D e B T card. No, I don't. I don't think I think it was his regular driver's license. Why would it say a driver's license? Right? Why is it saying a state issued I D If it's a driver's license? That's also a state issued idea. Is it not? I know it is, but it's It's very imprecise. Mm. And that's a good question. How you can look at just how the police log had documented. This is why you developed sources in the police department. Right, Taylor? Yes. So you could you so you can find out what was really used. Is that a dig at me that I didn't find the source of whether or not it wasn't a BT or an I D? No, I'm just saying Taylor Taylor used to go down to the New Bedford Police Department, just like I used to go down to the Winston Salem Police department and sometimes the Boston Police Department, Ednor Flores 34 entered a PNC Bank and the city's humbled park section. And waited in line before handing a teller A deposit ticket with the words armed and no dye packs. But how we die. What spells? Yeah. Uh, well, you know that. Here's the problem. The Chicago schools have been out for a long time and the teachers, the teachers are still refusing to go back, and this is the kind of the kind of tragedies they're going to occur. Leading the quick, quick witted bank employees to press a silent alarm. The savvy teller then asked Flores, who was wearing a hood in a surgical mask of the time. If he wanted to make a deposit or withdraw the employees then gave floor is a blue withdrawal slip on which he scrawled $10,000 and filled up his account number as 123456789. Before handing it back. Florida's proceeded to give his authentic I D to the teller when asked for he over his temporary state I d card issued by the Illinois secretary of state just days earlier. That's his name. Ednor Flores. Mm hmm. I'm gonna get. It was not a legitimate driver's license under any circumstance. I'm starting to think it might not have been either man covered in. It certainly wasn't a voter ID card says Rambo for 13 we I think we can assume that safely. Yes.
News of the World And Wonder Woman 1984
"Welcome to film spotting with the chicago. Tribune's michael phillips. I'm josh larsen a happy new year to you michael to to josh. And how was downtown chicago treating you. This is your first new year in a new place to live this. Yeah it's been about six months since we've been down here but yeah the first official winter. The weather is pretty much the same as as in the chicago suburbs. I'd say in the winter Maybe a little milder down there. A little less wind than there is here. But yeah we're doing we're doing well. Thank you very much for filling in this week. I i'm guessing that adam is off really studying his movie trivia You were with us. Michael last weekend's trivia spotting contests his team. I'm afraid didn't fair too. Well and so i imagine he's. He's out there studying getting ready for our next show. How did your team fair reminding. I've been such as one once. You know what head on so many weeks ago now. And i've never come close since and i have to blame. You know all my teammates. Honestly i you know i. I wanted to stack the deck. So that all my incredible lack of knowledge on the marvel cinematic universe in the basically most of the star wars stuff would be plugged in by some of my cohorts now. Well i've only won once as well and i'm going to credit might teammates for that as as you saw this last week and i can tease adam but i failed spectacularly in the lightning round. I couldn't even pull the title of. It's a wonderful life out of my hat given the clue bedford falls and and of course it's a lightning around so everybody's watching it's live and it was a face plant. I'll i'll just say. I don't know if you've experienced this during trivia spotting but for those answers that are obvious i find. There's like a millisecond window where your brain knows it and if you don't blurt it out that window shots and that's right it's it's honestly no different. I just enough bad college theater to know just like forgetting your line. There is nothing in the world. You can't muscle it into existence of. It's not fair so yeah. If anyone wants to see me regularly embarrassed myself please do join us for our next trivia spotting event. That's available to our films biting family members on patriot so it is a new year michael even more than most though i think these first couple of weeks of twenty twenty one are still very much stock in the year. Twenty twenty the oscars. They've been pushed back from february to april this year and so several high profile titles are still coming to theaters The eligibility window has been opened so we have movies opening. Now that'll be considered for oscars. They're also coming on demand. Regina kings one night in miami. That's one that's coming to prime video this weekend made adams top ten list of really good really good. Yeah
'A Humiliating 24 Hours': Republicans Join Democrats to Reject Trump's Veto of Military Bill
"In the U. S. House of Representatives have joined Democrats to reject President Trump's Vito off a defense bill. The Senate will vote on the measure on Tuesday and could with a two thirds majority override. For the first time. Mr Trump's use of the veto in the final weeks of his presidency Julian Bedford reports. It's been a humiliating 24 hours for Mr Trump, first under pressure from inside and outside is and ministrations. He signed the coronavirus stimulus package. Then the high sugar ray unity to override his veto of the sprawling defense bill. Mr. Trump had ejected two among Stuff of things closes, stripping the names of Confederate generals from military bases attention that switches to the Senate, which on Tuesday could deliver the first reverse of a presidential veto off the trump term.
Free coronavirus testing expanding in Massachusetts as cases surge
"Also today, said the state's numbers are going up in his words like a rocket after Thanksgiving. In response, the state is now expanding its freak over testing. Those plan includes three new free express testing locations and framing him Do Bedford and Lynn. This effort will be in addition. $150 million investment we've already made in testing to continue to provide access to testing across the Commonwealth. These new sights will be operated by Project Beacon. The vendor that's currently running the high volume expressed testing site and revere. Their model is proven to be quick and efficient. Is anyone from booking online appointment and visited drive through testing site and the governor said the state is also expanding new free testing sites in Franklin County, Hampshire County and Berkshire and Barnstable counties as well.
"bedford" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"The last three weeks off. Spent four days free of office. Spent four days analyzing this speaking coaches and so we will continue to go back in full. It's not ready. I hope. I hope we get something out before christmas. But if no again in needs to go through especially most of the scrutiny that would be on it now okay. We need the ability sued to have a top rice down needs console. The coaches need to console hugh jones and get him back down so we can work on some of the gradients and that pretty much ninety potential making ninety five essential now that we got through a k. And so many story different from what the had seen the full but yeah hopefully soon. Hopefully soon he'll be out there but again it's still whatever. The root is still going to be twenty six twenty miles and like i changed. That said it was a final question. But i'm gonna cheat and do one more so let's say you know Just to give you the benefit a little bit early in january. If you're raising speak marathon you know you wanna know some detail you know three three months to enable you to to prepare properly diligently for what to expect given the access to the cool is it and i hope panda been cue gardens. Probably missing something. I need to what access opportunities are. Available will be available for athletes go and inspect the courts ahead ahead of the race. So we're going to be so we're gonna have to. Both athletes woke woke fruits from the coast that will be in probably january february. Now any coaches. That has all the question Spencer denzel and hoped went down and sold so the coleslaw sweet because when we get in a in so we have the ability to get all these guys in To govern have a look at it but again the think this. This is twenty six point two miles okay. This is a new york where you're gonna have to suddenly. So what's the athletes needs to know. Is it hilly. No are they going to be some turns and the at worse the same tones that was at james's park so loud exactly so forty ran that okay so i guess what did they do so go on and have a wonder rank you got cost cost than probably sixteen or seventeen pounds to enter. You know. no one's talking about the free out in cubans that these athletes will get as well. I'm kind of driving. Think is that. Is that once you once. You release full cost. Details oftentimes have off the key not launch planning doing the olympic trials. That would be ridiculous. But i could effectively take myself off dan there and i could walk the course my leisure now..
"bedford" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Joining us for this week's marathon to interview. Is tom bedford. Tom is the richmond. Run fest run director and in march of next year in fact on march the twenty sixth. Tom will be the race director for the q. Marathon which has recently been announced as hosting the team. Gb olympic trials race for the marathon so to us a little bit more about that. Welcome to the show toll. Wow that is some undertaking. He must be excited. But also i guess apprehensive you inexperienced race director and you've been around races all of your life with your father. Dave being the race director of the london marathon for for many years. So you know your entire life. His has been intertwined with running and particularly elite performance. I know you so used to look after all love the elite competitors at the london math for a while and then in recent years you've been hosting very successful events in and around the q. Gardens area in south west london. Quick question for you. This says we'll be wondering how on earth somebody go about getting the opportunity to host the trials for the for the olympic games headed. Who come about well this strikes to the point. I don't think i'd be hosting this without global pandemic so With without situation on of twenty twenty given us we probably wouldn't be anywhere near hosting it but you know the way the way we all with with restrictions races con even happen especially the cycle bigger races and Don't run festers london's based marathon. we've been us and we spend a weekend event if a beer off the but it's really serious fung we haven't the athletes coming in the we'd normally have ten thousand but is in our event over the weekend so she think the sort of relatively small size of our van compared to you. Your big guns like london. Marathon manages just the enjoyed many other big races If you counted from participants sokaiyas actually played in favor in this case because we only going to have sixty athletes in total if they all turn up so therefore what we're actually creating here. Is something very very different and probably something a lot more similar to what london marathon on october for their elite race. Of course it was supposed to be. We know historically the team. Gb olympic trials has taken place as part of the london marathon. And i guess..
"bedford" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Wow war is averaging six six seven. Wow was it downhill something. Can i tell you what else you wanna by king here. My goal with that particular performance was to run the second five miles. Foss i did it. Twenty five for the for the second five miles. One thousand for the first five miles. How did you feel. Did you feel that you properly eyeballs. All i didn't that she didn't last mile was five forty eight. How so do you thyroid. You sandbagging his shoes. These funny shoes on you know had some really. Oh broken up things just just a good day just day obviously just feeding good fit life and your dog. Yeah isn't that where for to enjoy momentum. Biking again recently went for the right. Of course we are coming at a lockdown tomorrow day and as result absolutely note. Made no difference to me whatsoever. Because like i tend to just gap attracts. You walked the shed sit in the shed on my on my been day with attracts you on scratching things and probably shouldn't scratch too often. Go down on my own to the shade to the kitchen. Make a drink back up again. You know that is the extent of my rather less than exciting day at the moment. i'm so missing. Social connection so yeah. I'm i'm desperately missing some of that stuff. I'm eager to come out of locked in the same time. Nothing's gonna change. We're in tier two. I know there's a lot of controversy about last name because your door on e. yes and you know lot about that next. You should entail one and you should really come back into chairwoman a while. We are into to You know so it. Means life punish nat still con- go out and have a scotch egg over time. He's oh yeah we haven't tattoo as well so yes we're not people have still with six people. We can be with outsiders and that we're only allowed to make sure six people so we can't the pop. Don't we have a big old dinner while win your family of five. That basically means we've comics with anyone so it stays the same..
"bedford" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Men's and and i felt good after. I didn't feel any sort of massive fatigue or anything like that and actually it was just really nice to get coffee. Malls in 'cause normally just imploded from honest So that was a good one. And then today i did hill reps gamma ten second to reps which i really like. They off really primate for my run. And then i did eight minute then i did. This one's really good one. Actually this way to be to be fair has gone on a bit. So we've i know this is running podcast and we we've just show off but look like we'd be going for five minutes and you're like what about one. Quick forty seconds fast with a twenty second recovery. That twenty seconds goes really quick. Does he's only twenty seconds no good session though and then eight minutes is hard as i could good like that. Yeah that's great. That's a classic story. Work is the story. Yeah and then show you chevy something unexpected smack when the bomb last. They're so but it's great. Yeah and i was like an ashley genuinely. I haven't felt any of lactic. My legs for about eight years and i did feel it today. You know that inter that sort of tingling feeling where it's going a little bit like oh jolly nyc minimum out so. It's quite nice as she this. We sure we get home. When you get your you have your cup of tea so there you go it's okay. Let's jewish we carry on talking a bit more running even doing what is km epstein for can do mountain festival anymore courage the donaldson legit. Go the guys. Go raver own beaming. I don't think for three pounds. Something go to download the logistical. What's it called breaking time with donaldson who we interviewed. I nine hundred ninety. The air really really good go nice half film and i think that's definitely worth a watch. You're right. It's a video a video dot com forward slash on demand. Yeah we'll put lincoln show notes. Dan borsum running a twenty-five under testing days. We chat to him after quake. Yes pretty amazing what i've been doing. I've been tweeting pete. Read yes well pete. We'd is actually somebody who i used to kind of like admire..
"bedford" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"It's wednesday the second of december. I'm martin yelling. She's holy rush and this is episode. Five hundred sixty nine of marathon. Talk this week show. I interview the olympic trials. Marathon race director tom bedford killian of his twenty four hour world record attempt competition gets the green light post lockdown those and super fast times at the delhi half marathon. You rate your rugs and don't rock marathon tool kit around the world highly russia. I'm actually yeah. I'm doing what i've been doing this just in robbing running. I've actually been doing some. I've been doing some quite good sessions. Actually have you go on your show. I thought i probably talk about some running doing do it tell us say best running session account. I dropped in. France is quite good session this morning. Actually couple of sessions last week. I did probably the end of the week. It was after we recorded. yes it's a date for sleep. I did hill wraps like little hill. Wraps and then i went and i just bought in a movie story. But what do you mean by hill. Don't like to me. It's almost like an activation thing insight. So basically do this really. I have to drive to really flat. But we've had this conversation after drive to really flop. They've road nimule paul sorry. It's it's like a psychopath and then off the psychopath like hill to get over. Bridget works quite well. So what i did for this session is was doing ten ten. Yeah ten seconds like hill at like off joke down the most intense seconds on the flats and then joke back. I did that. How many times do i think that ten times. It's she took quite a long time then had a couple of minutes jog and then i had to twenty minutes on the flat. You know like as fast as i could you know as time to all anyway. I went through i wanted. I left my watch. Because i want to get my five k. Time in that twenty minutes hoping. Obviously i'd go get three five candidacy minutes anyway. I did eighteen. they really annoying. Thing is literally just before that story wash. A dog came those dog walkers and i had to jump a dog luckily his quite small and i did eighteen a one at that point which was a bit annoying because i would have liked to three and frustrated by that single second i was i did. Sharon runner is in it. But i didn't mention anybody didn't want to be one of those people. Like larry. I run much faster than dog themed online anyway so that so that was quite funny. How you you had a bit of run rage. Didn't you like road rage like people think when you see a driver with road rage. And they're like what are you doing this slowing down for this moment. It at what's it gonna add your journey three seconds five seconds. I wanna say seconds. Because i recommended on seventeen fifty nine. But it's just come on you can see save. The equivalent runs equivalent of road rage. I mean it's insignificant totally. We'll is but also. I love dogs. I wouldn't have been a child on a bike..
"bedford" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"I said well, thankfully the. Came with this brilliant idea of representative government, so you don't have to resort to defending yourself I. Think a lot of people are saying. Let's just take it easy I. Do have still right. Vote still can do that and in that's-that's not. Reacted to the last election. They literally rioted. No, that's correct. That's right. And and I. It's I. DON'T WANNA. Be overly dramatic. I mean I don't see any other pressure release valve except in a an election I just don't and I. Don't WanNa. Say if it goes unfavourably. We're going to go in that direction because we're decent people. We won't but. there. It's really hard to say that things are not going to end well. If these people that are so disenfranchised and so ridiculed, do not have at least some semblance of being able to get towards victory in November, and and I I do think that the pulling his incorrect and wrong and misguided, so so Chris Final question anything. You're working on you to make our audience aware of anything that you're working on a I'm working. Working on a big piece right now about a prominent magazine that might have made a serious error in judgement. Well, there you go. That's nice teas, so it's the federalist. One of my favorite websites and Chris very thought provoking, so we got to have you come out to Phoenix into a longer style thing, but thanks for joining US love to yeah right to talk to you as always you too thanks Chris Talk to you soon. Thanks for listening everybody I encourage you to listen to our sister episode where we talk about professor watchlist, dot. Org and divest you dot com projects have turning point. USA, so police. Check out our sister episode re talk about the radical left-wing indoctrination that is ruining our country, and that.
"bedford" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"We've got companies like Walmart that a lot of people defend a lot of Republicans very fiercely so and they've done some good things. Is companies like Walmart. It's hard to tell if they destroyed the town or if they came into the town, just lived there. Because the main streets, the folks that open up small shops. They can't compete with that. They can't provide cheaper goods. They can't provide. The same amount of employment, the we end up with parking lots and these companies import their goods, which is why they're so cheap. Gut The American industrial base, and at the same time, huge lobbyists for food stamps and other things and. That their employees and a lot of their customers rely on to buy these cheap goods. It's kind of like a reverse Chinese opium trade. And Walmart, not because they're the only ones to do this. It's incredibly difficult right now to find made an American products. It's basically a luxury good to find. A pair of sperry's made in America's like three fifty Walmart is the best at it, and they used that to go throat American expanded make a billions of dollars off of a lot of suffering. In the country apples another one. It's something we'd want to think of as a flagship company, but they opened up a business in China. It's billion people to build and manufacture cheaper. Sell us this plastic. Celsius addiction so information. We buy it before you know it. They're completely behold onto the enemy, and not even willing to call themselves in American company anymore. this global elitist so separated from the needs of US Americans human beings. That they think of themselves as global citizens in global elite, and then that's kind of a trigger word, because when you hear some people raving about the globalists' Sometimes, that's a sign at their insane. But there really is a globalist group of very powerful and elite businessmen, politicians proponents of the United Nations proponents of world. Trade that that have that. Don't care about this country, and you're willing classes and want to defend your country. It's very difficult for those who don't have those resources to stand up and do it in their stead, and that's why the middle class saw. Trump is their champion, and that's why they rose up in numbers. is they said finally there's a defector from the ruling class to defend us, and they were large. Yes, wrecked about that. Teddy Roosevelt figure. That's exactly rob. Not, a mob outside the mansion. A guy inside who says hold on a second guys. This whole place is crooked and so. And and what? What I think is very interesting, though is and I've I've really come three. Realize this with a lot more clarity in recent years new Chris. I got my start in the conservative. Movement, Twenty, twelve, two, thousand, thirteen, reading the pamphlets in the policy papers pushed by these think tanks and I don't see any names that you know I was at eighteen year old, coming into the movement right and I love the free market I love all that. And there were those votes different defenses of Walmart and how Australian with China's like the greatest thing ever and I remember so vividly and I still have the emails back and forth..
"bedford" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Hey everybody welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show super thrilled to be joined by one of the smartest and witness people that I have had a chance to get to know Chris Bedford. WHO's a senior editor at the federalist? Chris Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks for having me, so I was really. We spent time together last summer an undisclosed. Location fishing somewhere. And you said something that was super interesting. That I've used in reused with sometimes giving you credit where you say. You said that this Marxist Movement narcan is one of the first ever. That is against the country. They're trying to take over. Can, can you? Let's just start with that? Can you elaborate on that because that is a very? Just Prussian observation that I don't think enough people realize well. Thank you for that. That was a really good trip I. Still Actually haven't worked my way through my house fish. From that trip yet I'm not very good at eating salmon or cooking it. The the problem weird thing about America's last is I. Don't think they've got a real place in history outside of maybe some of the anarchist, certainly not with the traditional left of how much they hate this country I mean if you look at the. Previous more modern left wing revolutionaries from the Nazis to the Communists. The Bolsheviks. All of these groups were fiercely fiercely patriotic. They had different ideas about what the country should be. They didn't like the czar. They didn't like the Jews or they didn't like whoever they pick enemies, but at the end of the day they are fierce nationalist shake Rivera was fierce Cuban nationalists, so as Castro a Hitler. Obviously a little bit of a nationalist, the Soviets were all about the motherland or the fatherland. As we're seeing today are strict nationalists, even as a essentially Soviet style economy leading this economy, which by the way Russia's still is. The American. Left is very different from that. They hate this country day. Like the other countries more, they want to destroy this country and everything that made it they want to. I mean they go from the radical environmentalists who just think that humans are a bad thing in a pollutant? Carbon is maybe one of the more socially acceptable pollutants to them. To the leftist on campus, who and now in our streets, and now in the New York Times and now disrupting your events, who just think that white people are the horrible thing and why genocide needs to happen. This is a toxic way of thinking at there's no end to it and is constant self-flagellation, and there's no way to respond to it except with American exceptionalism and doing our own thing, it's not a reasonable cult. I guess my question is what? I, there's so many different ways to take this first of all. How were they successful in creating a movement of self loathing, because the reason why the? They were fierce nationalist, but also they wouldn't have been able to assume political power being anything else. I mean there was almost an expectation to the agrarian class against. The Romanovs like you have to love this place if we're going to put you into power. and. It was just kind of obvious. I mean Fidel. Castro would not have been able to assume power saying you know this whole Cuba thing is awful. I hated all in in fact, it was the reason he was able to win over the workers. At least in appearance I think he was much less popular than the revisionists would tell us is because he used the symbolic and the history of Cuba to his advantage, right? So. Can you walk us through first of all, have we have we ever seen this before?.
"bedford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bedford and I agreed it matters where you get your news WBZ news radio sunny and sixty degrees in Boston at five o'clock that evening I'm Suzanne saws bill here's what's happening we're waiting on president trump to speak to the media about the day his daily coronavirus briefing but first signs of hope and signs of concern the latest on the corona virus pandemic from ABC news New York governor Andrew Cuomo reporting the hospitalization rate in his state is down if the data holds and if this trend holds we are past the high point and all indications at this point are we that we are on the descent president trump looking to get the nation's economy restarted after the coronavirus shut down but some states fearing a resurgence of the virus Washington state among the first hit governor Jay Inslee there on ABC's this week saying he would entertain a re opening until there's evidence it's safe we need the same capability when you do have symptoms to get you tested in isolated as appropriate so we need to get those numbers down to be in that that really re opening staging contact tracing stage treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin telling reporters outside of the White House today that he's hopeful a bipartisan deal to provide more aid to small businesses will be struck today Dave Packer ABC news new numbers out this afternoon put the cases of coronavirus in Massachusetts at thirty eight thousand seventy seven there are more than one hundred fifty new deaths reported since yesterday bringing the death toll in the bay state to one thousand seven hundred six nationwide there are more than thirty five thousand deaths and nearly seven hundred thousand cases of coronavirus reported the city of Boston begins employing a new tactic today to get more citizens on board in the fight against the pandemic C. connect as a good Massimo cable put their lead over to increase oil as one of just seven languages in which fosters residents are reminded how to help stop the spread of a virus this claim with a hundred and twenty lives in their city in just over a month that message being delivered over loudspeakers attached public works trucks the reading into the neighborhoods hardest hit by the epidemic Dorchester Hyde Park east Roxbury Mattapan residents reminded to practice social distancing keep their faces covered in public and wash their hands often they're also given ways they can get more information from the city information is a key weapon in this war against the cold pandemic mayor Walsh's open this new tactical better deploy that weapon across the city can be old WBZ Boston news radio Brockton is laying out stricter rules to slow the spread of the virus WBZ's Kevin Coleman has that Brockton mayor Robert Sullivan joins cities like wind and issuing stricter emergency procedures to slow the spread of Corbett nineteen a curfew was put in place from nine PM to six AM except for essential workers all social gatherings are canceled masks must be worn in public at all times and activities such as contact sports must be avoided the mayor is attaching a one thousand dollar fine for violators Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston news radio coming up on WBZ a shooting rampage not in the U. S. but in Canada will have that in just a couple minutes first it's five oh three traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes what's going on David tell me go to the expressway both directions wide open between Braintree and Boston but a ten minute ride getting into town route three trouble free along the south shore forty minutes from Braintree down of the Sagamore which are rich twenty four ninety five are good to go to and from Rhode Island Lauren one twenty.
"bedford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bedford and I heart radio station it matters where you get your news WBZ news radio thirty two degrees in Boston at twelve o'clock good afternoon I'm Madison Rogers and here's what's happening another day of fear driven volatility on Wall Street for the third time this month circuit breakers breakers halted trading on the New York Stock Exchange within minutes of the opening bell to help slow down the sell off trading a sense resume but right now the Dow is down one moment right now the Dow is down one thousand six hundred and seventy five points will have a complete rundown of what's happening on Wall Street in just a few minutes with Bloomberg business here in Massachusetts daily life is changing dramatically as the corona virus pandemic continues yesterday Boston mayor Marty Walsh issued a public health emergency for the city placing guidelines on bars and restaurants discouraging crowds and stressing the importance of social distancing hours later governor Charlie Baker took the measures further for the whole Commonwealth starting tomorrow and through April sixth all public schools in Massachusetts will be closed for at least three weeks restaurants can only serve food to go bars that don't serve food or shut down and only twenty five people can gather in one place which is the tenth of the previous limit but there are exceptions this order doesn't apply to grocery stores or pharmacies this is about bars and restaurants in those places that people do not absolutely have to go other places where the twenty five person limit doesn't apply include airports bus and train stations medical facilities polling locations and retail stores again these measures in place until April sixth until then governor Baker encourages people if at all possible to stay at home with your immediate family and say six feet away from others in any social settings for your neighbors your friends and your families a friendly check in can go a long way right now to helping someone through their day the state also announced twenty six new cases of the virus yesterday bringing the total count of Massachusetts to one hundred and sixty four Rhode Island also holding dine in services at restaurants but ban takes effect tomorrow continuing at least through the end of the month limits on crowd levels are coming in on a local state and federal level the CDC says no gatherings of fifty plus people for the next two months this is a recommendation not a policy the latest numbers for the U. S. are almost thirty five hundred cases in forty nine states with sixty five deaths today's the last day for students in Boston together there but ings before classrooms close down for more than a month WBZ's Chris pharma the Boston public schools remain open today come tomorrow they shut down all of the likely until April twenty seventh a duration of time which presents challenges to educators who planned to provide learning materials to students throughout the hiatus access to that information isn't available to everyone but the city is working on it mayor Marty Walsh time access to devices into internet is an issue for many of our students and their families we are working with the internet providers right now on free and low cost service.
"bedford" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Duchess Duchess of Bedford. The King and Queen are coming to Downton did not see the doubt now they will be but my wife says I should not see it. I've only watched episodes per season. One of Downton Abbey and I liked it very much but I didn't feel like I wanted to see season two because I I don't like decline in fall all the trailer when things kind of fall. You don't like the novel decline and fall. I liked the novel declining fall. I don't like it when things to do any of us. Some I'm at the age. Where parts of my body are going to decline and fall? I think young people love to see things decline and fall because it means ushers in a new age whereas people that are invested in the way. Wait things are like you and me who are like. Don't change the recipe of kraft macaroni and cheese. And then they're like. Oh it's now may not have soy lint. The top it it's made out of Mr. It's been under Robert Kraft The Downton Abbey trailer cracked me up. Because first of all there's no conflict at all it's how trailers are always like about what the stakes are and. Here's what I hear is GonNa try to do. The Downton Abbey trailer is like a bunch of us are in a house and look. It's it's an invitation from the king and Queen and that's that's literally all that happens. Yeah it's like we're going to have a party but then I guess hold your horse. I guess that's that's the premise of Mrs Dalloway as well maybe it's a very tense. Fraught thing does the movie happen in in an Alternate Downton Abbey Universe or is it a continuation continuation of does it happen like after World War One or Carson of earth. To do we go back. Where are we in the afternoon? And it's it's To far after it's even though the actors have only aged like seven years or something. It's almost twenty. I think in Downton Abbey takes place in nineteen fifty six thinks it's all tour groups going through the house a and the other thing I like about the end of the trailer where normally a movie would list all the stars of the movie it lists the character names. It's all your favorites. The Dutch was adverse hives. The Butler Penny. The upstairs made Gregory. The Randy gave Alex who watches these upstairs downstairs. TV shows now. I mean I can't imagine that it is that that is the coveted demographic of eighteen to thirty five year old incomers through. There's plenty of old. PBS Hers. But I don't know like all the all the I'm twenty eight year old young moms and cool. Girls are knitting now so I guess maybe they're all watching cozy mysteries too. Could be listening to true crime. PODCASTS could be that people are you know they go to work all day in sweatpants and they come home and they're like I just want to watch somebody in starched collar. This is what I'm missing speaking of daily routines you know. We're speaking to a future audience of who filter feeders. Maybe they just eat a a giant tortoise once a year could be living under a blackout sky where there is no differentiation. Between night and day but schedule is important. -portant and whoever you are I know you metabolize nutrients in some way must now. That's something we haven't come at John and I also metabolize. WGN's we reach out to you in a spirit of fellowship. I mostly eat. Gems is all right. Yeah on a diet of rubies and emeralds. John is a silicon on based life. Form what what do you eat. I'm sure all your podcasts. Are Just you talk at length about your mealtime regimen. Ben Do you do ask you sit down to three meals a day. No I do not generally eat breakfast breakfast this morning. You came into the house just as as I was making a weird bowl of of doll doll Bot and some other curry on top of a bed of rice but that was like leftover food. I looked in the refrigerator trade. I was like a better eight that before it goes bad. So your is your. You often have a an early lunch. No I do not have to overtake out. I do not eat breakfast and I often don't it lunch routinely find that. It's five o'clock at night before I think about food and then at five five when I do think about food I'm like Oh whoa I need to eat you feel hungry or do you just realize it's a thing people do. I think I started to feel hungry at start. Not that kind of peckish. Where I where my first thought is? I'll just go to a Wendy's and get a chicken sandwich and then my second thought is don't go to Wendy's ladies and get a chicken sandwich. That's not good for you. That's not you're not living your best life. You should be now. These two thoughts are in conflict. Well they are right because because I want to do I want to be someone who goes and makes it gets out the mixmaster and makes a like a beat and Kale Chic. But but but I ended up at Wendy's and get chicken. They have great chicken sandwiches. Wendy's you're not me. I don't see you ever making a beaten. Kale shake not not willingly late. But then my problem is then. I eat a really big meal at nine thirty PM okay. I'm writing this down so there's some kind of first meal at five PM and then there's some kind of a supper a dinner at nine thirty a big dinner at nine thirty. which is the wrong time to eat a big dinner? I think well by skipping breakfast lunch. You've you've really embraced the hot dietary fat right now of intermittent fasting Adia that it's better for your body to go long stretches with no food during the day it's just an instinct instinct or I mean that's just my nature. I don't when I wake up. I'm not hungry hungry either. Who are these people? At a big British people eating lamb chops and kipper pizza tomato. I feel like you have to do a different kind of labor than we do but I don't. I don't think that's right if we had if we were physically with our bodies late into the evening when my mom talks about how they ate in Ohio when they were you know like farmers who who didn't have mechanical mechanical tools. She said they ate their biggest meal at about one o'clock in the afternoon that's typical. I think in agrarian societies even America to this day rural families if they can but of course any place where the workplace or school scheduled not just doesn't work anymore right but then you know they had a little you know supper at the at the end of the day or I guess they called lunch supper and dinner called Lowest Dinner. That's how my grandparents were and then dinner with supper than grandparents always had dinner and supper. But you know I all I used to before I had. These bomb inaudible podcasts. I had to do every morning. I used to stay up until four o'clock in the morning all the time so having a big meal so at ten o'clock at night didn't it wasn't outrageous. I was still middle your day. Still up for success. Would you keep eating the hilarious area's big sandwich with yeah big layers at my three and my weakness is the bowl of ice cream immediately before bed. You you know. I like all doctors recommend I. It's like three o'clock on the morning. I just need a little somebody and what I should have as a slice of cheese but what I what I do. Is this. Have fifteen hundred calories of of vanilla ice. It's the worst because you eat. What seems like a normal volume of food but of course if you eat a bowl of sup- sized thing of ice cream it's seven thousand calories here my own personal calvary? Every day is that I love breakfast food or breakfast is we sent our time breath. I love breakfast food. I love green eggs and ham. Sam I am you like them at dinner but I don't like I'm not Hungary at any time when anyone wants to serve them to me. Do you like sweet foods I do have I have. I really do have a sweet tooth I feel like I I need to earn my little treats it but is it a pancake based sweet tooth. You like Syrup and Yeah I mean I love any kind of I mean I love. I love pretty much all name. A breakfast food franchise Joe Loved Hashbrowns. Love it Joe's special yes to plus chose chose specialists spinach hamburger eggs and I think like Armas on cheese all mixed together in scramble. It seems like only one restaurant. Oh and onions too. Well at some somewhere. There's some titular joe that was like here's what I want. Onions spinach eggs. I'm Joan uh-huh and I'm special. And they made it and then the guy sitting next to him at the bar was like I'll have that and pretty soon it was just like an Arnold Palmer every story you liked that. We're like just one guy. One guy named Caesar is like. I'll put Parmesan cheese in croutons on my romain lettuce. Yeah and then the world is Frederick one herring everybody wants a little a little anchovy a what about a breakfast Burrito. Yeah Way Booze Ranchera. I like the the egg-based I like all the breakfast meats bacon more than sausage but I like them all and I love the idea that you could just have a big stacks of different kinds of bread. You can pour butter and and and sticky sweet things on I mean what what a what a gift what about a bowl of rice with a half of the scoop of Dull Bot and half of a scoop of chicken Tikka Masala. It's all on it for breakfast that my idea breakfast is extremely American. Like I feel like there's really no I like. I like going to France and just having some juice in a pastry. That's nice and I love that you can get mushrooms with your both your breakfast in the UK but you know grown up and everyone would just gotTa have some tomato. Those great breakfast food like grown up in the bus in the morning and everyone would smell like Kimchi because they just got up and had rice and Kimchi. And it's not a specialized breakfast food there. But it's a very. It's a very common what you have breakfast. It's not unusual at all. There's there's other kinds of poor g things you could have but but rising Kimchi is pretty normal and and to me. It's not just eating in the morning like I just like to have heavy comfort food and I'm not hungry for it at nine. AM So what. Am I gonNA eat it right. I'm never happy when I go to a restaurant that serves breakfast but isn't a breakfast restaurant. I look at the clock and ask myself. Are we past the French diplomat on. What time is the French diplomats? It changes depending on where you are. And what the situation is but I think everyone agrees that at ten ten o'clock in the morning you can't order French dip unless you're going to break the surly bonds if you're a serial killer just like what but at eleven in thirty you certainly can. Yes order French dip. So can you order a friendship at eleven around eleven so this is the thing. I'm often in a in a breakfast. It can situation at ten forty five and I go. Why can't order a French dip? But I don't want to stack pancakes and so I- settle on a wave those ranchos because I'm sweet. I want savory but I but it's too early to get him. Do you feel like hamburger. Do you feel like you can't order just a Omelette or benedict or it's a too late for that. No Omelette just any time. Feels like a snooze. You know I don't I don't know if you're aware but I make I make egg in a cup. Scrambled egg in Coffee Mug a not aware. It's a wonderful. It's it's a wonderful dish that takes one minute cook microwave. You put a crack negative mug. I take Eggen among you throw some salt and pepper in on it. You put it in the microwave for thirty seconds. It'll come out. It's already like cooking. Stick a fork in there. Throw some cheese in there. Maybe a little diced up ham. He's hit with the fork. She did you just sorta half scramble it back in the microwave for thirty seconds. You got a cup of you've got a Mug of delicious scrambled eggs that you are indistinguishable from what you would get in a.