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CDC says US vaccine rollout has fallen short of goal
"Mark when it comes to the amount of vaccines issued so far, according to the CDC. More than 11, million Fizer and motor no vaccines have been distributed with about Two million shots given to people. That's less than the original goal of injecting at least 20 million Americans with their first shots before the end of the year. Operation Warp speed officials are insisting, though that Cove it vaccine distribution remains on track. Incoming by the administration Press Secretary Jen Psaki during a virtual briefing today, promising that the president elect will be talking to state and local leaders about how to improve vaccination rate case is not what it needs to be. It doesn't it's not currently she'd bring us on pace of where we should be as a country and where the American people should expect their government to be. Is that a problem with distribution General Gustav Berna, who has a operation warp speed during a press conference, said they're doing well and he reminded people everyday. Everybody gets better. On. I believe that uptake will increase significantly as we go forward, and he said that more than 14 million doses of vaccine have been distributed so far. And more are on the way.
Federal officials hope to distribute 40 million COVID-19 vaccines by end of 2020
"Tom Roberts has more operation warp Speed. General Gustaf Berna said An initial shipment of 6.8 million doses could be delivered to states as early as December. 12th. However, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar says most Americans won't have access to a vaccine until sometime between April and June of next year. That's two to first responders and high risk patients. Taking priority. Tom Roberts News 93.1 KFBK and almost the entire Sacramento Valley is in the states and most restrictive purple tear
"bernas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Boston at two o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Ben Parker. Here's what's happening. Massachusetts has added another state to its travel restrictions. In this case, the state's been added to the list of those facing restrictions coming to the Commonwealth because of a covert 19 spike. And it is a neighborhood island becomes the first Northeast date to be deemed high risk. And now anybody who travels from the ocean State of Massachusetts must produce the negative covert 19 test or self quarantine for 14 days. The declaration follow similar restrictions put forth and Connecticut, New York and New Jersey after a series of documented parties to which Governor Gina Raimondo tells her constituents. I need you to knock it off. His people are getting sick. People are dying, and it's unnecessary gathering levels have been reduced in the state from 25 to 15 total. I have friends now whose loved ones around ventilators. Your right to have a party should not infringe on their right to live. Doored Island Department of Public Health reports more than 120 new positive cases in its most recent three day average in nearly 20,000 active cases statewide. Chris Mama W. B Z, Boston's NewsRadio New York City is now asking travelers coming from states would hike over 19 infection rates to fill out paperwork that ensure that they quarantine for two weeks as required by New York State law there don't build, Blasio says the city will set up checkpoints and entrances to New York to make sure the travelers provide contact information for follow up contact tracing teams. Blasio says they need to keep outbreaks from spreading couldn't be clearer. Why it is so important that there are clear rules in place offer folks traveling in or folks who have gone out of the city and come back. Sheriff Giove Aceto says his team will not be looking out for out of state license plates. Avoid discrimination is so many vehicles like would say it's every sixth vehicle or every eight vehicle. We determine something in the beginning of the day. And we stick to that patterns were out today. So the officials say 20% of new covert 19 cases in New York City come from travelers arriving in the city. Violators could potentially face fines of up to $10,000. Charges of vehicular homicide on the South Shore and elderly man is charged in connection with a deadly crash last month. Luis Bernas O's is alleged to have struck and killed 67 year old Howard Colby of Marshfield. Kobe was said to be riding his bike on a foggy night back on July 26 off three and situate The 94 year old Bernardo's allegedly struck Colby with his 2000 won Mercury Marquis. He did stay on the scene, Colby was transported to sell Shore Hospital where he later died. Burn, as does is now facing charges of motor vehicle homicide through negligent operation negligent operation of a motor vehicle in Elaine's violation. He was issued a criminal summons and is expected to be arraigned at a later date. Jim McKay, W B z Boston's NewsRadio as Tropical Storm Essa is pushed through doing yesterday There was a lot of damage from the high winds in North economy, New Hampshire that Danny turned deadly. A woman was found dead inside her home after a tree cracked into the building last evening. Another woman trapped in that home was rescued. Work continues across the region to clean up the damage, and in Massachusetts alone, more than 109,000 people are still without power. A majority of those in central and western Massachusetts to all three traffic and weather together, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. What's going on, Mike? That looks like an afternoon rush out there right now Banned will start to the north with 1 28 North, which is locked up for a mile through Woburn, coming up past Washington Street and 93. Beyond that, it's not so bad. We've got usual delays Room one south in Saugus without right lane closure down after Lynn Phil's Parkway. That's ongoing road work there and 93 North. Not so bad to slow up after room 1 25 switching gears to the south. Now the expressway south down, just inching along from the tunnel down towards the gas tank. You're back on the brakes shortly after Brian Dav almost 30 minutes now from the tunnel down to the very injury split North found delays coming up has Furnace Brook Parkway, but not bad of Lewis Milton or a past Morrissey Boulevard three South Usual stop and go down towards Derby Street, where it goes down to two lanes downtown. Nice and quiet. So far, so good on the lower deck of 93 the Tobin Bridge and Storrow Drive and the mass bikes off to a good start as well. My king W. B Z is traffic on the three. We've got sun mixing with clouds this afternoon. It's a warm day. Two less human, little less human. At least. Temperatures within a few degrees. 90 most places but low to mid eighties at the beach is mainly.
"bernas" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"About Hannah. Was that she? She trained for this and had in her sights, but she was on us or practice runs. She'd been dropped off by her dad and her brother, who then went off kayaking for the day and left on. To An up and die in this climb, and after about five hours realized that she was on course for the record, so she just decided to keep going, but she done it. She done all their own and that she then go support I think. Her boyfriend arrived and her. Her Dad and brother came back from their days Chiaki and gave her a bit that support in the last few hours, but Phenomenal achievement and. Well just a mind boggling effort. And roses shaking her idol. She's going to ever. World record. Not, shaking my head, the ethics. It's phenomenal, but I don't even like thinking about it makes me feel. Anxious. Hate that I just bought part of all righty. Dang or I just climbing just all the all that link time on the bank, the same the same climb over and over and over and over again for like ten hours. Just I like I. Can't wait to. Hear from how to roads about it in the episode of explore. Of course, we'll be listening to that, but I dunno, it just the traffic there are. Bike riders professional bike riders. You can rest easy roses. Are Record anytime soon. An ORLA and ORLA might struggle in the Netherlands. Of, ago. V series race. Maybe you'll be having to go at the woman's ever sing rack. For me. We're seeing that. She broke the the all time. Record for men or women She not just holds the women's record because a a male writer has gone quicker, but yeah, it's not something. I'm going to be not so. I need to lose more than four kilos. We're. To shift the next four kilos then taking on an. This again back to Burton. Oh, my were told him I. I mean I'd rather go. I'd rather when you were talking about Bernas. Earlier M rose before we heard from addiction. I was thinking cosimo mind Dasa. Jim! Ran I'm thinking the. You know the the version of it was definitely better than that. Well listen, we should wrap things up for this month. We might next month m a bit closer to the racing. He ask us that question. You know the the question that we weren't entirely sure of the answer to. At the start of the episode which was do we feel like we're closer to actual racing starting again. Ask US next month. I've got a sneaking suspicion. We might have a better answer. There is now at least an hour closer than we were. Going very point. Where we are definitely. Close! To death than we were at the Star But anyway. That's all for this month. Thank you rose. Thank you Richard thanks. Targets ORLA..
"bernas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"From about red bird lane I'm sure he'll see you next imported seven thirty eight AM breaking traffic alerts when they happen Joyce thank you so much Dan Bernas forecast and remember he's just the messenger sunny hot and humid again today will get up to the mid nineties I think he said we got to ninety four yesterday probably get there today tonight mid seventies tomorrow mid nineties again but more humidity which means the temperature humidity index value creeps and and it'll be right around a hundred Saturday and Sunday oh my goodness Friday Saturday and Sunday actually mid to upper nineties were actual temperatures heat index as high as a hundred and three during a lot of water news traffic and weather all news all day news radio ten eighty KRLD your news now they took a pause from the protests to listen good morning it's seven thirty one I'm CZ Sally's with Scott Sam's Mike Rogers has the morning off a listening session was held in Dallas so city leaders could hear first hand from protesters who've been marching for days demanding justice K. Aroldis Allen CIO joins us live with more good morning Alan good morning Susie three members the Dallas city council put out an open invitation for that listening session and they say about three hundred people showed up outside MLK community center councilman Adam Basil do Oman our bias in animal do set it up and says they wanted to start the meeting was silence in George Floyd's memory everybody was taken eight minutes forty three seconds because and everybody was was in the same kind of contemplating a reflective of mine said it was helpful was impactful people bringing their kids are learning from this it's it's what this part of the suspect people were allowed to talk about their anger over George Floyd staff and also potential solutions somewhere there tell NBC five they'll this can lead to a lasting change the can make Dallas better for their kids bringing it to a community that needs it and has a valuable voices was the right move and I'm I'm ready to see what happens next.
"bernas" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"Is a precursor to fanatics and ed the basis of languages speak for example. When you're learning animal sound in anonymous movement at the same time you're actually using two parts of the Brain Emerald tediously which is already a key marker of Early Childhood Brain Development through the you know so those those things are like shapes and colors are not just for nothing. I mean learning colors. Oxygen Roles learning shapes is pre mathematical thinking. So there's a lot of sort of underneath the fun. There's jam packed with education. Thanks for sharing that because that that that was really phenomenally done by the way. I'm I wish I had kids. I could sign up. My kids are too old now. But maybe grandkids coming so you really didn't start franchising till five years ago or so if I if I've got my time line right and now you have twenty two locations already nine states something like that. What's which is seems phenomenal. So congratulations on that. What what's been What's been the secret I guess? Or maybe it's not a secret but what's been the strategy to do that. And where where are you going from here? This strategy is listening as you expand. Meaning were not wheat. We don't pretend to do everything we've been learning as we go. Our owners have really stayed has been there from the beginning of these that were the first owner have helped away forum. You know policy that now franchise owners who come into the system later benefit from so if this is the ideal time to buy this franchise because we're not so big that the CO founders and disappear. Which often happens. In hundred plus franchise concepts. And we're not so well that we still making the states. I think you really where we've learned so much. And we really have it. Buttoned up in the strategy to to growl is really listening. Also one thing we've learned I think most franchisers the same or a hope. They would say the same as that. Of course you've got to be everywhere. We went every child in every community across country experiences around. But we're also don't want to dot the Dotting brand everywhere. We wanted to work so we really just want to work with people. Who are we think will be successful and are interested author? There are certain things you can each. You can teach financial metrics class density. You know what makes an owner not believe money in profitable but hit each other things like getting up in the morning and having a passionate the drive to build your business right so I think marketing savvy is a huge thing for this business understanding where parents are how to talk to them had a mark.
"bernas" Discussed on WGN Radio
"N. nature in dot com or check out the probiotic cooler section at whole foods fruitful yield or a favorite health food store others promise nature in delivers and now let's get to Steve Bernas president CEO of the better business bureau of Chicago and northern Illinois good to see a welcome Steve I've got a load of stuff to throw at you here are you ready I'm ready for you always okay first of all I'm sick of these robo calls I get on my on my cell phone here and they mask the number so half the time it is sometimes it even comes up your number a different number sometimes it looks like a familiar number what's going on with this and and there is it just me or is there more of these than ever now there's more than ever now that what happens is that consumers still believe caller ID and fortunately this game rules how to take care of that and change it around to make it close your numbers thinking Hey it's somebody I know or something my work number and that's why they want you to answer but yeah wrecked robo calls are are the number one you know probably number one call we're getting on the scams in a continuously do it the government's gonna crack down on it but I don't know how they're going to do it because the scammers don't care yeah and you know sometimes I get on my phone spam alert it'll say spam alert but not always not always right sometimes it catches sometimes it doesn't but again they keep a change number so rapidly within minutes of the changes they want to throw everything at the wall and sees what sticks and see who wins there's a once you answer you'll get more calls so we eat the better business bureau suggest don't answer call unless you know that color D. unless you know that person it shows otherwise like a voicemail but then then you can if they leave a number you can use that number in Google's reverse search it is you know just don't answer don't answer the phone calls is getting bad it's an election year do we have a lot of scammers using political issues to get your attention and they want you to donate so there and now specially after a debate last night they're going to you know people it's in people's minds so they're gonna send a fake Wrobel calls out to you asking to donate and actually not going to the party is going to a scammer they're asking for your credit card information and things of that nature is having across the nation so the owners calls if you do want to donate do you know investigate before you invest do the research on the ring and get some information from them in writing when we see a product and we see the better business bureau label there what is actually means it doesn't mean you've tested this doesn't mean we tested means they meet our credit a meter business practices are standards for business practices so that means that we know about them we have done some research on them and what they are verified business itself before we given the seal but again people fraudulent use our seal to so make certain if you see work at home offer making a million dollars with the better business bureau sales not a that's not true but my biggest frustration but he knows consumers don't call us first they call this after about companies we have all this information on companies that we can prevent them from losing their money or losing their life savings on some of them and we can actually give them good businesses to go to so we have accredited businesses it would take we give our seal to companies that we know so if you need a mobile waterproof for whatever may be snow plow you can come to the better business bureau give a list of the credit businesses we're talking with the president and CEO of the better business bureau here Steve Burnett Steve I saw this website and basically invites you to pay your credit card bill using this website and they will pay off all your credit card bills and it sounds here like it's easy to qualify you just.
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The Pilgrim Trails of Italy
"Hiking for a week or a month on a historic pilgrimage? Trail in Europe has become a popular Peter way for people from all over the world to rejuvenate themselves. It's gotten so that Spain's popular community. Santiago is even starting to feel a little crowded sometimes times. If you'd prefer a quiet or pilgrim route. Italy may have the answer. Sandy Brown and errands Italia have covered hundreds of miles on the historic walking trails of of Italy. And they WANNA help you give it a try. They've recently helped to found an organization called American pilgrims to Italy. And it's designed to help people like you would meet a plan. Pilgrimage hike in Italy in Sandy has written a detailed guide to tracking the way of Saint Francis from Florence to Assisi and then to Rome there joining us now on travel with Rick. Steves Steph's to recommend trails. That Saint Francis may have himself tracked Erin and thanks for joining us. Thanks for having US happiness. So Europe has these these venerable hikes. That are really long and it has these pilgrimage trails. That really have a a a little bit of a different meaning Aaron. What's the difference between just a long multiday hike in Europe that can be famous and established and a pilgrimage? Well to me pilgrimage signifies. This is a long walk to place of spiritual meaning and so to me. The first one that I ever did was the way of Saint Francis and so oh walking along pads in stopping in towns where he had been in there were stories about him had more of a spiritual context to it than just trekking. The camino goes to the supposed tomb of Saint James Ferried in Santiago de Compostela. Yes that would be the goal. People in the Middle Ages walked from Paris all the way to that northwest corner of Spain with that goal in mind Martin. Luther hiked from way up in Germany all the way to Rome. He was told to hike down there. It was kind of personal. What would you call it Sandy? A personal ordeal or a personal. I think you could say a pilgrimage also committed jar and then when he got to Rome he walked up the steps of this Accra scholar on his knees and had quite an experience. Enrollment was life changing for him so life changing that started the reformation. He did a lot of thinking and he got to Rome. I understand when when he got up to the top of those depths he kind of goes. This is all make sense exactly. It's a time when you think about these things. Isn't it now when we think about Italy. You guys are both specializing in Poke Mitch. Trails in Italy Saint Francis would be the the star of these things Send you wasn't St Francis relate to these pilgrimage trails well the VA Francesco Chess. Go the way of Saint. Francis is a modern connecting of the various different sites from Saint Francis Time and so for instance when he had a big experience the stigma experience at Santiago de la Berna. That's connected then with Google where he spoke with wolf and see see where he was born and had his last days. Okay so this is a modern. Lacing together of these stops people who want to get into whether they want to hike an excuse for hiker to actually get into the the whole life in the teaching of Saint Francis they would do this. Walk the name of your book is tracking the way of Saint Francis Triumph floors to CD-ROM. So that's what that would be. And then we hear about the FRANCI. JANA the via French ejecta is an historic walk. And so it's a little different. From the way of Saint Francis in terms of it was put together in the ancient world or in in the Middle Ages actually because there was a priest by the name of Cyrillic that was elevated to the episcopacy and he was supposed to appear in Rome to receive his Palim. which is the symbol of his office and so he walked with a retinue from Canterbury across France Switzerland down through Italy and arrived in Rome and then instructed his secretary to take notes of the way back and those notes were all contained at the Cathedral and Canterbury where they sat for thousand and years and then thousand years later people said well what is this and they put together the Modern Day via French agenda following that same modern modern day Revisit of this now does that relate to canterbury tales at all. It doesn't away because well. In case of Canterbury Tales they were ending at Canterbury Burri and the case of this. They were starting at Cantor. Okay now would. Saint Francis have actually walked on that trail on the difference. You know although it's very possible possible that he walked portions of it in order to get up to the community Santiago Kaz. He did walk. The community. Santiago did only twelve fourteen but the a piece of the way of Saint Francis that's historic that he was summoned to Rome by Pope innocent the third and he walked from. CCD Rome and ended up at the Saint. John Lateran Church. So that's one of the stops on the way of Saint Francis and it follows roughly his okay if you were so inclined you could leave a C. C. N. B. Meditating on in Saint Francis and his teaching and his experience all the way to Rome. That's actually the goal right and then the finishing point would be Saint Peter's or exactly what well we stop at Saint John Lateran But we end up at Saint Peter's then in my book I include the Pilgrimage Churches of Rome. Yeah as an option at the end because there are seven urban historic pilgrim churches. And it's about a twenty five kilometer walk and you hit. All seven of this. Church is quite an interesting walk in modern day Rome but touching on medieval medieval and ancient sites. Sandy Brown is the author of the CICERO trekking guide to the way of Saint Francis and Errands Italia heads and organization that prepares the American travelers to explore the pilgrimage trails of Italy. We have links to their websites with this week. Show at Rick Steves Dot com slash radio so sandy. When you come to Piazza del Popolo I I try to think of it? Like a pilgrim five hundred years ago. Yeah what do you think when you come to Piazza. No Popolo one thing is before you get there you would have crossed the Ponti Mill View. And that's a wonderful wonderful historic place because that's where the vision of Constantine was where the cost went back in three twelve or three ten or something. Exactly yes then and you follow the road in to Piazza del Popolo. And of course would you would say and what I would say. I is go into the Santa Maria Church and look at the car of Agios right right so that's a piece that you have to do and then we would want people to walk along the ancient streets that had toward the Vatican so so there's the street where they made the beads that go on the rosaries uh-huh and that's a street that we'd want people to go and sort of skirts along the top of the You you know a couple of other. Like Piazza NAVONA. Right on the way to Saint Peter's and if you're a pilgrim you would know that I go down this boulevard to that obelisk and then I looked to the left after nicey a dome and then I looked on there and I see a statue and you you would know how to navigate through the city by these long beautiful elegant streets that lead to great landmarks works. Yes and specially the pedestrian streets so by the time a pilgrim gets to Rome. They've walked maybe a hundred or a thousand or seventeen hundred kilometers commodores. So they're also looking for a bed and a cafe and Wanted to do the kind of walk. It'll get him in the most economical kind kind of way to their destination but then when they arrive in Saint Peter's there is a certificate that it can receive if they've walked at least one hundred kilometers. It's the equivalent on the Community Santiago. Is that Compostella. This is called the testimony. I'm okay and so that's a nice treat for us and I was going to ask you about this. I know when you go to community Santiago. You clicked this passport. Talk about the credential in the practical reason for that when you are a pilgrim in Italy heading to Rome so the credential or they called the credence Ya gala. It's of paper. That's like your passport. That's what differentiates you as a pilgrim from. Just anybody else traveling. So certain places. We'll give you discounts on your lodging. If you have your credential in basically every town you stop and you get a stamp along the way and then when you arrive at Your Final Destination Chan that sort of your proof that hey. I'm pretty awesome because I just did this. Really Amazing Walk and these are the stamps to show it in Rome. Is there actually a a regular place that you go and you can. There's there's somebody there and their job is to stamp this credential yes you go to the pilgrims office and I did not have to wait at all we went in. I was walking with with four friends and we arrived. We had to fill out a piece of paper and it was actually quite emotional thinking you know this is. My journey is officially Dinan. I'm filling out this paper showing where I started. And you get your final stamp and then you receive your like Sandy said your testimony them and then you have a souvenir for this gassing to remember and it's probably a beautiful moment
"bernas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"And our movie mogul is John Moawad honor disc instituting, Pittsburgh, Newsline. John big week for you, buddy. Bigly. Oscar week. All right. So let's do the best actress nominees and help me out with the the woman from Roma is it Ulitsa. Yes. Up Perico apparition CEO CEO. I was in the neighborhood. I got Glenn Close in the wife. Olivia Colman in the favorite lady Gaga in a star is born and Melissa McCarthy way out of her type in can you ever? Forgive me, actually, saw that movie very serious role for a true story too. Yeah. Israel. Absolutely. So what we have here. Guys are the best actress category kademi awards, and it's so interesting because we have for you. We have it's over the poor Glenn Close who has been nominated seven times Bernas Renault wings, but is terribly regarded as the best actress is out there to have Lewitt's McCarthy. Here's here's comedic actress who's a sequel actress playing against type as you mentioned John in a role. That's very serious with a great character. Arc nailed it. We have lady Gaga who was known as dishing performer former burlesque star who's now taking over the role in the icon. Almost iconic role in a star is born in Nells that there's. Lydia Coleman who? She versatile this English actress that in the last two years he's played the Queen Elizabeth in the crown as well as a character on Thomas the tank engine. She can do it. Also, you have always great personalities, and then you throw in Ulitsa in the Mets this never acted before. She was a preschool teacher waiting six to eight months for her her permits to come through. So that she could teach. She takes over for her. Kriton rolling Roma in just knocked out of the parts of it is really an incredible category. We've got access is all over the place. I look for Glenn Close. And this one is then partly because all the nominations before. Do you think? That can't the breadth of work does play a role in in her in her role as to why summer, Kansas. A wife powerful and children's. They're rated it. A lot of the talk around town is that per narration. Even so good that that might be that extra. Bit pushes are over the top. Let's flip to the best actor category of Christian bale as Dick Cheney and vice Bradley Cooper in a star is born William Defoe at attorneys gate. Yeah. Eternity or turn it. What did I say attorneys? Make a case for that. And it's is it ramming Malik or Remmy, Renae, Matt. Yeah. Bohemian rhapsody and Viggo Mortensen Mortenson in green book so about these guys. Yeah. What an incredible category Christian bale nominated for vice like you said. Now he's been nominated for four. So you've got these people are just incredible for kademi nominations. He won one for the fighter years ago. And we know this I can just really play it all of your Murchison self and his role changing himself literally on the screen. It's incredible. You have Bradley Cooper who had actually nominated for four kademi awards as well kind of known as this sort of a star. But now over the past few years, the director producer. Multi-talented considered one of the best at his roles in the business right now. So that's incredible. You have Romney now, this is I for bohemian rhapsody. But man, did he transformed? On the screen. It really amazing. And then you have ego Mortenson now Vigo he's been like a character actor all these years, but what he's kinda slow is speaking off this third category domination. For green book. What if I mean if you guys so green book what a what a great role he played? It's even last year and was a captain fantastic. He was nominated for that will so good. I mean, this guy is so good. But let's take a look at will. Born William Defoe like you mentioned Larry nickname in high school Willem. So he goes by Willem to sell an attorney is the story of Vincent Van Gogh. And the way they stretch that character. What's he put out on the screen? I'm kind of looking for Willem Dafoe other take home the Oscar this tomorrow, it'll be the best picture category, which on Milwaukee on movies on our disc institute of Pittsburgh news line, John. Thank you. Thanks, guys. So who you gonna pick? You didn't ask you for best.
"bernas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Time eleven nineteen mostly sunny right now. Beautiful fall day. It is forty seven degrees right now in the city of Boston. Good morning to you, teeny gown WBZ news. Thank you so much as always for joining us top stories now Columbia gas is announcing it has a the gas pipeline construction project and the Merrimack valley three weeks ahead of schedule. The company is now focused on in home repairs. President Trump says he is now considering strongly and executive order ending citizenship rights for so called anchor babies. These are children born on US soil, whose parents are non-citizens or illegal immigrants taking a look now. On Wall Street. The numbers are looking nice and green and very strong. The Dow is up one hundred and thirty points. The NASDAQ is picking up about seventeen and the S and P five hundred is gaining eleven points. We are learning more about what former patriot star Aaron Hernandez was doing in a final days before he killed himself. Imprison the globe is report. Hernandez was apparently smoking the dangerous drug K to in his last two days and wasn't in a right frame of mind. This according to another inmate, the globe also reports state investigators concealed this information in public records as well as from Hernandez's family and lawyers a department of corrections spokesman says the information was partially redacted from the public report on Hernandez death. So as not to compromise an investigation into drug activity inside a Sousa Bernas Correctional Center in Shirley. Search and rescue personnel are finding debris and human remains after the lion. Aircrash in Indonesia hundred and eighty nine people were on board when the plane fell into the sea thirteen minutes after takeoff. ABC's David curly has the word on possible. Mechanical issues linked to this plane, president of lion.
"bernas" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Interest. We have we have a program where you're when you make a payment it goes directly into the loan balance. And what we do is called the principal. I we're using an adjustable. Rate mortgage. Okay. Which every time you make a deposit into your checking account. Well, what are we going to do is? We're going to take all of your banking and Bernas switch it over. So that it's all tied to this this line of credit. So every time you get a paycheck the money gets deposited into your account, which is your mortgage account. So let's say you get paid five thousand dollars. So your five out your you'd make that deposit and for a few days, your loan balance balances five thousand dollars less. So you're not making any interest payments on that five thousand dollars until you start to spend it. So if you wait two weeks in the you raise some checks, use your debit card. You know, by the end of the month, you spent that five grand, but during those thirty days, your balance has been lower than you get another deposit and another deposit, and you know, this is this is a fantastic deal. I've got clients personally who are going to pay off their mortgage on schedule. We. Did this long for them six months ago there unscheduled pay off their mortgage in four years? Now, this doesn't sound like a plan for somebody who is living hand to mouth. This was not a plan for somebody. That's living on the edge case, this is all about residual income. Meaning that you know, if you get paid ten thousand dollars a month. If you're have the three or four thousand dollars a month, you're not spending, and it can just sit in your mortgage account. Now, you're making some serious progress. And so, you know, this was a great loan for the self-employed people that get large deposits. They have businesses where they can run their business deposits through their mortgage account. Sounds like it might work well for somebody who has one of those high paying seasonal type jobs. He know like refinishing basements. Exactly. Exactly. Well, let's say that you're an attorney. Oh, yeah. Okay..
"bernas" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"It's they get it right for some big name teams, big name players, hopefully too old in their mid thirties to come over here and make Miami of look. It's gonna be good to the league. I hope that's all important max Bernas recently moving from essential Connecticut to Los Angeles max. What do you miss most about central Connecticut. And what do you like least about Los Angeles? Because I think this goes the other way we're going, oh my God, LA the sun, Connecticut the winter. So I'll let you go the other way. What do you most miss about living here and what you least like about Los Angeles? I miss live. I miss being forty five minutes from a little ski area which we had there. Central Connecticut. So if I wanted to go skiing, it was right there, which is really cool little feature. I miss Neopolitan style pizza from New Haven like pep as pizza. The best pizza in the world is in New Haven, Connecticut, and I have no legions there. I say that freely 'cause it's really, really good. The white clam with the extra garlic beat that ever had. I miss some of the breweries around there. I guess I had a couple of ones in Hartford, and I miss the season when the seasons start. You see that it's really cool. But once it gets in the winter, you hate the seasons but seeing autumn and so forth. Go in about LA. Obviously, traffic traffic is one, two and three on the list. Traffic than Toronto. It's just getting really bad. I mean, from the last time I lived here to now I'm in traffic all the time. Hopefully moving soon I'm staying in my in-laws. It has a height, which is about thirty miles east of downtown moving to Redondo beach at a bit, which is very little bit closer. So that show alleviate some of that traffic, but l. traffic without a doubt. I can't think of anything else. LA's is a great city. I call the greatest city in the world is always stuff to do. If you wanna go to concert in a cemetery, you can do it. Listen, you're born in Ohio Illit seven years Australia. As you sit Miami guy, mom family there. Obviously, you went Florida state be of lived in LA now, ten plus years overall, when you go the two stints, you're saying LA better than the mall. I was in LA now let's see six sixteen years total and par. All my family's in Miami mom's sister ball, the nephews, cousins, uncles grandmas there. I just saw my grandmother just fella. Lita just saw she celebrated ninety six birthday. She's been wanting to check out for five years, but they're keeping her on this plane and I love it. 'cause she's the matriarch of our family. So Miami's very here for me, but I got pay some more visits out there as well, but certainly not in August. Perfectly in November, December, but I was just there and it was. I remembered why Miami can be a little more seasonal for me, but I do miss it. Speaking of which update on the Miami logo situation. I tweeted out a picture of it, but instead of writing big day for ROY bell, may I accidentally wrote but day for ROY. Bellamy's. So you gotta work on that right. It comes full circle with, but I do like that that isn't egret for Flamingo or a couple of goes. So I have no idea. Good, good. What's Flagler dog track back in the day. Yeah. As we let you go max, I just don't know, is David Bowie? Have any inkling about what's happening with Elliot? See the team that you're calling the play by play voice of Elliot, c, is David Bowie involved? Is he aware what's going happen? House can hold. They want all of it home game. But every time I play time show a single song Like like this. any looking. Oh. But I've been fucking day in the rainy..
"bernas" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I do like meet some David Beckham or, hey, mass. Let's get it. Let's get it going. And obviously it's going to be a great destination if they get it right for some big name teams, big name players. Hopefully not too old in their mid thirties to come over here and make Miami of look. It's going to be good for the league. I hope. So that's all important. Max Bernas recently moving from essential Connecticut to Los Angeles max. What do you miss most about central Connecticut. And what do you like least about Los Angeles? Because I think this goes the other way we're going, oh, my God l. a. the sun, Connecticut the winter. So I let you go the other way. What are you most miss about living here and what you least like about Los Angeles? I miss live. Miss being forty five minutes from a little ski area which we had their central Connecticut. So if I wanted to go skiing, it was right there, which is really a cool little feature. I miss Neopolitan style pizza from New Haven like pep as pizza, which is the best pizza in the world is in New Haven, Connecticut, and I have no legions there. I just say that freely because it's really, really good. The white clam with the extra garlic that beat that I've ever had. I miss some of the breweries around there. I guess I had a couple of in Hartford, and I missed the season when the seasons start. You see that it's really cool. But once it gets in the winter, you hate to seasons, but seeing autumn and so forth. Go in about LA. Obviously, traffic traffic is one, two and three on the list. Traffic than Toronto. It's just getting really bad. I mean, from the last time I lived here to now I'm in traffic all the time. Hopefully I'm moving soon. I'm staying in my in laws. It has end height, which is about thirty miles east of downtown. I'm moving to Redondo beach and a bit, which is very little bit closer. So that show alleviate some of that traffic, but they'll the traffic without a doubt. I can't think of anything else l. a.'s is a great city. I call the greatest city in the world is always stuff to do. If you wanna go to a concert in a cemetery, you can do it. Listen, but you're born in Ohio Illit seven years Australia. As you sit Miami guy, mom family there. Obviously, you went to Florida state. You've lived in LA now ten plus years overall, when you go the two stints, you're saying LA better than the mall. I was in LA now let's see six. Six sixteen years total and. All my family's in Miami, mom's sister ball, the nephews, cousins, uncles grandmas there. I just saw my grandmother just Bella Lita, just saw she celebrated her ninety six birthday. She's been wanting to check out for five years, but they're keeping her on this plane and I love it. 'cause she's the matriarch of our family. So Miami's very dear for me, but I got to pay some more visits out there as well, but certainly not in August. Perfectly November December, but I was just there and it was. I remembered why Miami can be a little more seasonal for me, but I do miss it. Speaking of which quick update on the Miami logo situation. I tweeted out a picture of it, but instead of writing big day for ROY bell, may I accidentally wrote but day for ROY Bellamy's. So you got to work on that right. Thanks. It comes full circle with it, but I do like that that is an egret correct Flamingo or a couple of filming goes. So I have no idea. I that I'm good. Good. We have what's Flagler dog track back in the day. We thought we let you go max. I just don't know. Is David Bowie? Have any inkling about what's happening with l. AFC the team that you're calling. You're the play by play voice of Elliot. ESE is David Bowie involved? Is he aware what's going to happen? Tax can hold. They won all of it home games, but every time I play time show a single little song like. Five-man looking at that time. Oh. But I've been fucking day when the rainy. Man. There l. AFC Miami. It's a mess now, but. A carried away with David. The best. I. All right. His max Brenner is coming up..
"bernas" Discussed on WWL
"Of rain tomorrow afternoon the best will see all weekend sunny skies on sunday highs both saturday and sunday in the mid eighties cloudy and eighty three this hour in new orleans eighty two across the lake i'm chris miller wwl i wwl traffic from the wwl traffic center i'm patty berna west bank to eat the east bank delays it terry parkway and if you continue on the lake bound expressway it opens up after the dome and then it opens up again then you can hit a delay abominable until after clearview if you continue westbound toward mentoring in kenner he's found toward slidell i tend to laser at the high rise right around the i six ten merge and on i six ten those delays red elision fields inbound from the east secondary delays you're patchy from orleans to the clayborn river bound expressway flyover inbound from the west delays are at loyola we're going about twenty miles an hour when you step off the spillway in kenner and there's no relief till after causeway then it opens up through mattering you got some more patchy delays beginning at carrollton heading toward the river expressway and the west bank got a traffic tip called wwl five oh four to six oh info sports talk with deuce mcallister and kristian garic live and local on wwl call 5042601870 or text eight seventy eight seventy dussen christian back on sportstalk here until six thirty lsu baseball takes over.
"bernas" Discussed on WWL
"Wwl traffic center i'm patty berna well the river bound expressway on the east bank side it's actually lightened up a little bit we haven't breakdown that had the right lane blocked on the west bank near terry parkway and it had traffic backed all the way up to clayborn on the river bound expressway looks like it might be off to the side 'cause traffic is kind of clearing out on the river bound expressway but then we got a couple of other problems on the i ten in from the east over downtown approaching the flyover those delays you're back to clayborn and then we just got reports of an accident at martin luther king and clayborn so that interchange is pretty messed up right now coming over from the west bank to the east bank those delays have kinda worked themselves out a little bunching around terry parkway but once you get on the lake bound expressway traffic moves pretty well heading into the city from the east the twin span in the high rise are looking good from slidell from the west the bunny jerry spillway as moving at speed and so far there's no delay come in and through kenneran metairie or if you're heading home to kent to through mediterranean kenner no delay just yet traffic brought to you by the regional planning commission the most common causes crashes in downtown new orleans his people failing to stop or yield when someone else's turn when biking obey stop sons and traffic lights when driving stop for people in crosswalks when walking obey traffic signals being safe is shared responsibility remember you're not alone on the road brought to you by the regional planning commission got a traffic tip call wwl 504260info on wwl call 5042601870 text eight seventy eight seventy four join wwl radio on facebook.
"bernas" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Michael brantley jay hit for the fifth time he's whole for quarry replaced edwin encarnacion after encarnacion rolled his ankle on the faces of not look good regardless of the outcome of this game thus it looked great frank bernas you'll to continue during this round here's the pitch brantley swings in this there's that curve ball it'll be brantley santana embroiled the chances got one two three on seven pitches nearly eleven you'll want fast authorised right is it mirrors the strike zone getting bigger uh i would say it's it's getting bigger but it seems like down is worthy expansion his coming four dan i saw yellow that last pitch the top of the strike zone great skulasen pitches against the yankees that have been a little bit down and out of his own old q now but chances fired swaggered about should a third to array of stare collects tossed the first brantley as out warm away here bottom twelve indians eight yankees eight here at progressive coming up on sunday we'll be gained three her rational and had not go will have it for you seventy stirred obvious radio three years ago dave o'brien and john crossed it a real long in dc where you produce in that justin justin wireless produce in that that would eighteen nbc yeah when branded belted a homer who said canada and the pitch hi and outside at account one addo carlos santana hitting lefthanded the two run single a ground out a walk the fly out a poppa next pitch is in the dirt santana one out of food.
"bernas" Discussed on WTMA
"You talk about it pelosi's the best source of local state national and international news on the radio is 12 fifty wtma we have traffic i an accident and in fact dorchester road at middle kingdom boulevard also an ongoing problem 25th he's down but his way up at the one seventy we're seeing traffic piling up on twenty six eastbound may be everyone's going there were a little earlier than usual said they can skip out earlier than usual for them friday and the weekend anyway guest drive carefully i'm harry bernas 1215 a mix of sun and clouds here today more sunshine the clouds most of the time an eighty nine yes warming humid partly cloudy seventy on on the town on your friday night and got things going on this weekend looks pretty good will see mid to upper 80s partly to mostly sunny saturday and sunday from this joint into weather center this is chief meteorologist romp fowler on twelve fifty wtma the big talker 70 at the big talker twelve fifty wtma and wtma dot com now jeers more of the tma morning show with charlie james one thousand two hundred ten one feet one thousand two hundred in one feat that is the link of the largest containership ever to visit our ports this cma cgm theodore roosevelt was in town this this thing is absolutely massive suzanne wow that's a that's a big ship that's got to be one of the biggest ships in the world well not really how many hits a big when it's a big one but i'm looking at a um a list of.
"bernas" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist
"Several locals told me they take pride and visiting multiple churches whether it's can the spirited evangelical perhaps that's a positive sign of things to come and faithful practitioners like my martha will one day be accepted into the social mainstream the now shook keep reading the shells and following has spirits doing everything she can to spread that guidance to the rest of her community i was very own frederick bernas who was reporting from salvador in brazil next we're off to germany it's an agnes used to be a catholic church in central berlin but as the number of faithful declined the brutus building was decommissioned a fate befalling many churches in the city in two thousand eleven lena kournikova husband the gowaris johan current boston agnes to turn into a space for art and culture karn mark bruyns include the publishing company oath to to see new york university and of course johan cournot gallery our correspondent in the city county crauser spoke to lean about the history an architectural peculiarities of an agnes and white churches make such excellent spaces for art selena we are in what used to be the same agnes chat could you describe the space it used to be a community center it's a brutal building from the '60s designed by van addict glen he also design there enemy that can stand hands effort in the same year completed in sixty seven it used to be the community center of this whole area this was all bombed sale on you in the fifties and sixties and this was the last part.
"bernas" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist
"Hello and welcome to the dentist among who 24 with me detox on the swedes episode faith every one of a condom blais worships mix of different or each to protect that persons destiny and ultimately set the scene pre god the religion has up half will impact the nazis from how communities gather debbie choose to live on this week's episode big zaman examples where religion has shaped asked city is being influencing popular coach off or impacting the levels of pollution and is not uncommon does he alters with burning incense and offerings of food in the lobbies of old apartment buildings all that plus how the decommissioning a church gave birth to something quite unique as well coming up over the next thirty minutes right here on the next to me after talks station let's let's stop this week's episode in brazil and had to the northeastern state of bahia salvador dhbai here was founded by portuguese colonists as the country's first capital in the 16 th century and is currently brazil's third largest city as a former center for slave trade as a large afrobrazilian population and the city is famed for vibrant culture the spans music art cuisine and religious diversity the can dumbly faith originated in the early nineteen th century when slaves who were supposed to practice catholocism created a hybrid tradition which enable them to continue old rituals to essentially dressing their own day it is in catholic close said the slave masters wouldn't notice they encounter ably is as one color in a vivid tapestry of religion in brazil but his presence has percolated through the country leading to subgroups and influencing popular culture bump its relationship with other churches and the public at large can be somewhat complicated as monkou's frederick bernas found out.