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Property of Betty White on auction block this weekend

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

Property of Betty White on auction block this weekend

"Personal items from the estate of actor Betty White will be auctioned outside Los Angeles this weekend I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Among the items that Julian's auctions will sell are Betty White's script from the 1985 pilot of Golden Girls and the wedding band she wore since she married TV personality Alan Ludden in 1963 But this is for wealthy collectors right Julian's executive director Martin Nolan says white wanted this to be an auction for fans Everything is within an affordable price range Most of the items in fact are priced two to 346 $100 The auction will start Friday in Beverly Hills California as well as online at Julian's live dot com

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Beverly Hills Boutique Bans Useless Masks

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:41 sec | Last month

Beverly Hills Boutique Bans Useless Masks

"Hills a Beverly Hills California boutique has banned masks. These folks, I'm not being cute. There are reasons for optimism. That is a reason for optimism. The reason for the ban is said but that they are doing it is a very good thing. Masks are another example. Only something useless. They were harmful. Like the lockdowns they were not just useless they were harmful.

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Mediaite: Trump Supporters Are Flocking to Gov. Ron DeSantis

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Mediaite: Trump Supporters Are Flocking to Gov. Ron DeSantis

"Media I describes it as an incredible Montage that featured a group of Arizona voters who except for one named Beverly, all said they wanted to see Trump sit it out next time. And they identified Ron DeSantis as the person they want to take over the party. Now again, I know that's going to be distressing to a big, big segment of this audience. It is to me, too. I mean, I admit I want him back. If he stays in good health, God willing? It stays as sharp and focused as he's always been, and I have no reason to believe he won't. The country needs, again. But that does not, I can not ignore the growing chorus of Americans who think he should sit 2024 out. He should be a kingmaker rather than the king. And the GOP nominee ought to be Florida governor Ron DeSantis. Should I play this piece from Fox News? I mean, I think we can. I mean, I think we will only because I want you to hear. Now, bear in mind, maybe this is a Fox News agenda. Joe Scarborough speaking of mediaite, they write a column, or they cover Joe Scarborough saying that it's pretty obvious to him that Fox News has left the Trump train. Instead, Scarborough says the largely conservative network that's how media is describing Fox News. Has started to throw their support behind Florida governor. Ron DeSantis.

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 7:24 p.m. EDT

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 7:24 p.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm Dave ferry A person with knowledge of the deal says set of Rudy Gobert has been dealt by the jazz to the Timberwolves for four first round draft picks between 2023 and 2029 along with Patrick Beverly Malik Beasley and the rights to 2022 first rounder walker Kessler Two American men advanced to the fourth round of Wimbledon on Friday while two were ousted Francis TFO and Tommy Paul advanced Yannick center beat John Isner and Steve Johnson was beaten by Cameron nori Top seed Novak Djokovic lost just 7 games in his straight sets victory Metz pitcher Max Scherzer is now scheduled to make his return Tuesday against the reds More than a month after straining his left oblique The three time Cy Young award winner hasn't pitched since May 18th against the Cardinals Jim Montgomery is the new head coach of the bruins the 53 year old Montgomery spent the past two seasons as an assistant with the blues The sharks have fired bob bugner and his staff two months after the season ended the decision comes as San Jose remains in the market for a new general manager I'm Dave ferry AP sports

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Winners, losers from the Rudy Gobert trade to the Timberwolves

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Winners, losers from the Rudy Gobert trade to the Timberwolves

"A person with knowledge of the deal says senator Rudy Gobert has been dealt by the jazz to the Timberwolves for four first round draft picks between 2023 and 2029 along with Patrick Beverly Malik Beasley and the rights to 2022 first rounder walker Kessler ESPN first reported the deal and says Jared Vanderbilt is also going to Utah The AP is also learned that Chicago guard Zach lavine and trailblazer center Yusuf nurkic are staying put after accepting new contracts and that the Celtics have required guard Malcolm Brogdon from the pacers for a 2023 first round pick and 5 backup forwards I'm Dave

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Buckhead Residents Want to Secede From Atlanta

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Buckhead Residents Want to Secede From Atlanta

"The wealthy suburbs that are paying all of the tax base and they're the ones that are funding the police and the fire department, but they're the ones not getting the services. They're not getting the protection of the police department because the police officers are busy taking care of crime elsewhere in the city. And a group of folks in one of the suburbs in a place called Buckhead, which really is a beautiful area of super wealthy. You have Linux bowl, you have some incredibly wealthy shops and Neiman Marcus and those kinds of places. So it's very Tony section of Atlantic. Kind of like maybe and I know our folks in games will Georgia and the north, Georgia suburbs might be able to help us out here with this, but it's almost like the Beverly Hills of Atlanta. So you have a lot of wealthy people, a lot of celebrities, music stars, athletes, and they live in this area. And the folks of Buckhead are saying, you know what? We're done. We are done. We're done with the crime. It's unbelievable how many shootings there have been at Linux mall, which again is a high dollar high end mall. But you have all these people coming in from the city. They're taking the subway and they've got a subway stop right there at the ball, and they come up, they call all sorts of mayhem, start shooting people up and then they get back on the subway and they go back home. And now the people in Buckhead are saying, yo, we're done here. We want to secede from the state or from the city of Atlanta. And we've had the people involved in this campaign, the guy in charge is named Bill white. And their argument is that they need the right to be able to create their own police force and that they're concerned that the defund the police movement has really weakened the Atlanta police department. I mean, it makes

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Mark Fleischman Plans to Die by Assisted Suicide

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:55 min | 3 months ago

Mark Fleischman Plans to Die by Assisted Suicide

"I thought a lot about mock fleischman the other day because he's going to die soon. He's 80 years old. Actually he's going to die on July 13th. In Germany, but his wife of 27 years by his side. Some years after he stepped away from the insanity of owning nightclubs and restaurants, fleischmann understandably stepped away from the limelight that was the majority of his life. The last time I saw him was a little over two years ago. He invited me to a party that was throwing for the launch of his Studio 54 book. Is that some small joint in Beverly Hills? And the crowd was a mix of The Old Guard and the new. There was some New York City journalist dad too, namely my former nemesis at page 6, Richard Johnson. Fleischmann writing a book about Studio 54 was a good enough reason to get Johnson on a plane and out in LA to hang out. I said, the old man looks good. He said he sure does. Must been that good cocaine in the 80s and we both left. So smart fleshman came by and we posed for a picture. I wish I still have it somewhere. I got to find it. But he thanked both of us for helping keep the club and him and the column for years. It was a nice affair all in all, but I could tell this was one last gasp tomorrow. Like I said, I was closing in on 80. And so here we are. A couple three weeks away from July 13th. The day the music died from on fleischmann. And that's because several years ago, he became afflicted with a mysterious illness that would make him extremely dizzy at times. To his legs, sometimes flat out failing right beneath him. And over time, that illness could not be diagnosed by doctors and became worse and worse and more frightening by the day. As it is now Mark doesn't have any balance. He drops things and doesn't know where his body is in space. There was a time where a doctor is the very best doctor, by the way. Originally thought he had a form of Parkinson's, but it isn't that. Nobody knows what this is. He's suffering from. Once he heard that Mark knew what he had to do. One time he swallowed a bunch of Xanax, but doctors brought him back before he could overdose. When he was going to go buy a gun, his wife, Mimi, intercepted, and they had a long talk. Mark convinced her that he'd had a great life that he loves and now more than anything, but now what this mystery illness running his life, he said, it's time for me to say goodbye. Eventually, with his wife's support, they contacted a Swiss nonprofit group poll after multiple tests and psychiatric evaluations, it was obvious to see that Mark fleischman, a man who pumped so much life into New York City was now a candidate for assisted

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Why Dr. Vincent Giampapa Collects Stem Cells in Costa Rica

The Doug Collins Podcast

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

Why Dr. Vincent Giampapa Collects Stem Cells in Costa Rica

"You brought up something interesting and you talk about our current model of medicine. I have a lot of friends in the medical industry and a medical profession who have done this. And we sort of left this one out here for a little bit. Let's bring it back now. You can collect themselves here, but you collect them in Costa Rica, correct? Yeah, so you can collect them and store them here. But then they'd have to be transferred to Costa Rica and that transfer process is three or $4000 just to transfer them. So that's why we say people. And you can get treated. So if you come to ours, our center there, and frankly, you can see it's called both you look on the web, RMI international dot com. You will see something that looks like rodeo drive in Beverly Hills, and it is an unbelievable state of the art facility, and it's the only facility in Central America that has government license to legally do

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Thieves Take at Least $3M in Goods From Beverly Hills Store

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Thieves Take at Least $3M in Goods From Beverly Hills Store

"Thieves take at least $3 million in goods from Beverly Hills store. Associated Press. Robert smashed the front windows of a Beverly Hills jewelry store in broad daylight and fled with millions of dollars worth of merchandise. Witnesses recorded video of Tuesday's assault on the store. Which is the latest in a long stream of brazen smash and grab thefts and robberies of people wearing expensive watches or jewelry in the Los Angeles region.

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US Gas Prices Are Just Pennies Away From an All-Time High

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | 7 months ago

US Gas Prices Are Just Pennies Away From an All-Time High

"Breaking news in the last couple hours, the price of oil has now reached near record highs. It's pennies away from record highs. It's dancing right around there. Now we've gone into great detail why energy without having to over complicate it is what moves the civilization. The civilization or the country that uses technology the most efficiently wins. If you're able to move the most amount of stuff, expending the least amount of energy or in the cheapest way possible you are able to progress, you're able to feed your population, you're able to build hospitals in schools, very basic standardized things. Now, of course, we've decided not to teach students this anymore, so our entire government, staffed with people that think energy just comes out of the air and we can extract it simply from solar panels and wind farms and we could beat the Russians that way. Well, now the cost of movement is more expensive than almost any other time. In our lifetime. We are seeing the price of oil now go up upwards of a 120 near a 130 dollars a barrel. In fact, one report is showing that gas is now over $7 a gallon in Los Angeles, play cut two. This is at some local gas stations. They're way above the average. Well, across the street from the Beverly center, one of the most expensive places in LA, drivers are paying this nearly $7 for regular unleaded, nearly $8 for premium. Drivers said they were surprised and not in a good way. And it will only continue to go up from there. It's going to cost a 150, a $170 to fill up your tank of gas. It literally costs more to go from one place to the other. This is an interesting way to lock down a country by other means. You can now force people to stay at home because they can't afford to actually go out of their home.

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"beverly" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

Gloss Angeles

04:27 min | 7 months ago

"beverly" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

"So the best way to rehab is if you're lucky enough that your hair is going to grow, you know, we have an app go to App Store Anastasia Beverly Hills and we have a nap and you could keep your iPhone in front and you will see the shapes and you could try different shapes and different colors of pencils. And you find out what shape would be the best for you because based on the golden ratio, the app is going to tell you what is the best shape for you. The best answer. And you start filling them in, that shape, you could use, we have a pro pencil that is skin color, and you could hide few of the small little hairs that would grow until then. So I think you could use a serum, like the black teas, for instance, to see if your hair grows. If you tweeze your eyebrow for very long time, sometimes the hair doesn't grow, because you destroy the hair follicle and they don't grow back. And you have to basically become an artist and paint your eyebrow perfectly. That's why we created so many products for every problem that we have. Let's say you have coarse eyebrows and you have two gaps where you have a scar in your eyebrow. I created the brow pen. After you use the base, fill in with the base, then you use just hair strokes to mimic a hairstyle. Let's say you have a hair that grows down especially from the highest part towards that's why we created the brow freeze because the brow freeze controls the hair and it's so easy and doesn't move and then you see exactly where you are missing here and you feel it with the deep brow Po mod or with the brow pen or the prowess. I created products for every problem..

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 Driver: Weinstein in LA area when actor says he raped her

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Driver: Weinstein in LA area when actor says he raped her

"Is some testimony in a rape case involving Harvey Weinstein a limousine driver has testified that he was driving Harvey Weinstein around Beverly hills in twenty thirteen the night that prosecutors say the disgraced Hollywood mogul raped an actor at a hotel the driver who was basically the New York based Weinstein's personal chauffeur in California gave what is known as conditional testimony that means he was recorded for video if needed at Weinstein's trial which has not even been scheduled prosecutors say the driver could shed some light on whether he took one steam to various locations when the alleged assaults took place I'm

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Kodak Black and 3 Others Shot at Los Angeles Super Bowl Party

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Kodak Black and 3 Others Shot at Los Angeles Super Bowl Party

"Think today's show can be called maniacal Monday. Today's from an ankle Monday. There were things there were some excessive enthusiasm going on, some examples of excessive enthusiasm. Things that happened to the point of insanity, leading up to the Super Bowl, including a shootout in the Beverly grove section of Los Angeles Kodak black. I couldn't tell you one of his songs, I'm sure if I heard that I'd say, oh, I know this song. Don't know the guy, but I know him, but a bunch of rappers named will were shot, no one died, but, you know, they drew guns at a nightclub where Leonardo DiCaprio was and a bunch of famous people are strolling it out. It's Super Bowl weekend in LA boy. I mean, you talk about possible gang violence between the crypts and the Bloods. You talk about all the nightclubs and restaurants and let's not forget the prostitutes. Oh boy, the escorts and prostitutes this weekend in LA just past weekend made out like bandits.

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LA Sheriff Asks Feds to Prosecute Gang Who Killed Cop

The Larry Elder Show

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

LA Sheriff Asks Feds to Prosecute Gang Who Killed Cop

"My guess is LA county sheriff Alex V in a way with sheriff. How unusual is it for a case to be taken away from the LA county DA and turned over to the feds and situation like this? How unusual is that? Well, given that track record of gascon sadly, it won't be the first won't be the last time that this is going to happen. Remember, Beverly Hills had a robbery and it went also went to the fez and they bypass gas going, but most people really weren't paying attention to it. And we're going to see more of this and we don't want to overburden our federal counterparts obviously because our numbers might just overwhelm the federal agencies and federal court, but we need to have a deal that's going to actually do his job. And this gentleman just refuses to. And that's not acceptable for us.

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Watch Betty White’s Funniest Moments, From ‘Golden Girls’ to Feuding With Ryan Reynolds

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Watch Betty White’s Funniest Moments, From ‘Golden Girls’ to Feuding With Ryan Reynolds

"TV TV legend legend in in golden golden girl girl Betty Betty white white has has died died at at ninety ninety nine nine the the Betty Betty white white was was America's America's not not a a sweetheart sweetheart her her wholesome wholesome smile smile and and saucy saucy delivery delivery made made her her a a television television mainstay mainstay who who charmed charmed viewers viewers for for more more than than sixty sixty years years she'll she'll be be remembered remembered as as the the loopy loopy widow widow rose rose Nylund Nylund in in the the golden golden girls girls who who drove drove her her roommates roommates crazy crazy with with her her tales tales of of her her childhood childhood in in fictional fictional St St Olaf Olaf Minnesota Minnesota the the judge judge two two nine nine very very dangerous dangerous anymore anymore born born in in nineteen nineteen twenty twenty two two in in Oak Oak Park Park Illinois Illinois she she moved moved to to Los Los Angeles Angeles as as a a toddler toddler graduated graduated from from Beverly Beverly hills hills high high school school got got her her start start in in local local

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Chris Noth Is Being Denied Due Process

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:58 min | 10 months ago

Chris Noth Is Being Denied Due Process

"Speaking of this allegation against Chris north, I don't here's the thing. These girls are saying what they say happen. And The Hollywood Reporter printed it. Now other papers around the country, maybe the world, because the daily mail has it. They're printing it too. What I want to know is what happened to due process and criminal investigations. Now, these stories become more and more grand when leaked without any corroborating evidence or investigation that puts everything into a certain damning context. Why are they rushing these stories to press? Just go to the police and make your case. If Chris north is found to have done these crimes, then he should pay the maximum price for his ridiculous behavior. But right now, what's happening is this is all slander. This is all hearsay, and it ruins people's lives. I know sometimes people need to be anonymous, but you can not be anonymous with the police one shoe seek justice. Everything having to do with process is upside down right now. You know, if you want to come out anonymously, then I don't get how a man's life can be destroyed because if this goes to trial and these girls names will come to know and Chris is found innocent for the next three years, his career is shit. Now, he doesn't need the money. He's been in three big time syndicated series. But still it ain't right. I mean, I'll tell you, there's some allegations that the former supermodel Beverly Johnson leveled against Chris north back in 1995 that he used to beat her and nobody listened. But people accusing others of criminal behavior. They shouldn't have anonymity. It's unfair to publicly accuse someone of a crime and remain anonymous afterward.

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Fourteen 'Smash and Grab' Suspects Released

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:02 min | 10 months ago

Fourteen 'Smash and Grab' Suspects Released

"Good morning, everybody. We are back on Lebanon and will wit from krager you and if you're a California resident right now, I'm sure that you are recognizing the massive uptake and crime that is happening in our streets in our communities at our restaurants and in our very own backyards. It's extremely concerning, considering that the California policy makers are at this point incentivizing this, I want to share a story here that was put out by the Washington examiner. 14 suspects accused of smash and grab incidences have been released from custody partially through the zero bail policy passed by California's Supreme Court earlier this year. And if any of you are in San Francisco right now listening, you know that shoplifting has been decriminalized so long as it's under the figure of $950. So what we're seeing right now in the state of California is a bunch of hoodlums running around robbing people, sometimes at gunpoint, and stealing their things, knowing that they're going to get off for this and they're going to be just fine because of these zero bail policies. And because of these progressive legislators, and that's the problem a lot of times with progressive policies, they identify a problem, and the problem that they have identified now is, well, we have too many people sitting in prison, or we have too many people of color specifically sitting in prison, and they've identified the crimes that they're sitting in prison for and they go, well, how do we help this? And how do we help people of lower income? How about we institute zero bail policies or at the very least bail reform? And how about we decriminalize these crimes that are putting people in prison? And when we do that, surprise surprise, crime goes up, and it's not only happening in lower income communities as we speculated before. When the left was running with zero bail policies, bail reform, decriminalization of certain crimes and defunding the police, we said, you know who you're going to hurt, you're going to hurt low income communities. But now, it's seeping out of low income communities into middle income communities into higher income communities. We're seeing this in the Pacific palace palisades. We're seeing this in Beverly Hills. The crime is just exponentially growing in the state.

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Gavin Newsome's Has a Secret

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:59 min | 10 months ago

Gavin Newsome's Has a Secret

"I got a guy in Los Angeles who knows a thing or two about the Beverly Wilshire hotel. And he tells me, well, actually, she told me, I got a girl I should say, but I still call it a guy. She told me that every few days Gavin Newsom leaves his office in Sacramento, California. Comes down to Beverly Hills. In an unmarked car, he's driven, of course, he gets out in the loading dock area. Well, the baseball cap on keeps his head down, head straight for the elevator. It doesn't make any nice talk to anybody near him. Sunglasses the whole thing. Hits a button and goes upstairs. What do you think he's doing? You think he's having some kind of peace talk summit up there? No. He's getting laid. He's got a girl. And these are the kind of people who are telling us how to live. Makes me sick. Look, we're all gonna die at some point. We're all gonna die at some

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There Is No Left Without a Lie

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:49 min | 10 months ago

There Is No Left Without a Lie

"So anyway, I was telling you about the world of the left in which they live, right? Where kids need vaccines. And where they believe that if you have fewer police you will have less crime. You understand. I mean, it's up there with men give birth. And it's fair for a biological man. To compete in women's sports, these people are crazy. They're crackpots. Not just bad they're crackpots. They're trying to move us backwards said Molina Abdullah cofounder of Black Lives Matter Los Angeles. This is the LA times. We don't want to move backward. We want to move forward. A villa called avant's killing, remember this woman? In Beverly Hills, two 30 in the morning, shot dead in her home. She called a killing horrific and appalling and said Black Lives Matter mourns with her family. But she said officials must not be allowed to use avant's death, or recent property crime to push for more policing, cash bail or other tough on crime measures. That she said have been proved not to work. Is that amazing? I told you, without lying, there's no left. I mean that literally, I swear before my holy God. I believe that if truth prevailed, there would be no left. They are based on lies. This is a lie.

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"beverly" Discussed on What's Next for Women Podcast

What's Next for Women Podcast

04:45 min | 11 months ago

"beverly" Discussed on What's Next for Women Podcast

"There's been a few wins this week's or that and then of course i'm going to be speaking tomorrow at another event. So that's linked to all. Congratulations wait wait. Beverly i just went out of nowhere. i get. that pushed a button on. My phone. happens isn't a ways but we're glad you're back. So what is your win for this week. i am. I've been working on a project for developing mentoring to my job. I work with trafficking survivors and our ceo approved that. I will be trying to train her and mentoring relationships. I'm excited about that. We've finally got that approved and pushed through so we can develop a mentoring program through our job. Also on another win is gone. Some sponsorships for my fundraiser. That's coming up in. February is kind of that is awesome. So you guys as you hear dr Has you heard. Beverly talked about her event but let me go and i'll bring her back around so you guys can hear about her In a way we can support her. But my win for the week. As i will stay consistent with everybody actually my winners. I will be speaking next week on comeback summit which is exciting it runs from the twenty six through the thirty up and actually dr guess what i'm talking about kicking the impostor syndrome in. But what your what's next week will be on there talking about that south And that's my win a secret they know about it. But you'll have to wait a little bit more fine tuning on it but something's coming down the pipeline for the podcast. So yeah that's that is what's going on in my world. So hopefully i will. I will definitely hurt. Project is an amazing project will be going on in february and it's called the girl project beverly can talk more about it but since we're having some difficulties i'll definitely have put the put the flyer in the fees you guys can all get connected in so we can go while here in help her in ways..

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"beverly" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"beverly" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books

"Here is my interview with miranda. Beverly would have more brothers do your tests bestselling author of five novels and her lettuce aval Fierce a little thing was just published a twenty-seven three according to twenty eight. That was just yesterday. So congratulations thank you so much yes. How's the first twenty four hours going on the new book. Lunch pretty great. I mean this is my book and the first book i've published in a pandemic so it's very isolated. I mean it's already such a strange day anyway. But i basically spent the day in my house on social media and then i did a book event but it was virtual and that was wonderful but it was so weird not to be able to hug anybody involved in the process. Yes got crazy probably a another year or so forth hopeless that going back a little bit back to normal but who knows uh police soon talk a little bit about your background please. You mean my life from yeah before you started writing a novel. So what led you to that to that part of your question. I grew up all over the place..

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"beverly" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"beverly" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"Next door neighbors. We were in the middle. Three neighbors would always get together and take turns hosting chris gathering but the dangers onto our left had a a sick mother so they didn't come so it was only the neighbors on the right so we took turns hosting till the next morning. My mom downtown cleveland so she went to catch a bus and my dad drove off to work and we had plans to go to mike. Graham's for lunch around ten fifteen walk to my grandma's house and we've stopped by her hearing it and a loaf of bread. We probably got there around eleven. They're washington set. My grandma's hear me at lunch with her and definitely called her friend. Barbara and they solidified their plans. Barber would come to house between one one thirty and the two of them would walk. Marches mutual friend. None at twelve. Thirty when beverly left mike. Grandma's neighbor cold her son who just finished the job interview downtown. Cleveland drive beverly home as he did and then beverley called my mom around one about some jewelry. This little garnet necklace. That definitely really liked and wanted to get six for my great grandma the jeweler said about worth fixing and then she had a friend. Barb who called between five and one fifteen nothing out of the ordinary than my grandma called her. And that's when beverly says barbara's at the door now and by baxley got there probably around one twenty five rome girls. Her in denver cried gate gained entrance and tries.

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"beverly" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"beverly" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"But i can't say exactly what the thought was back then but what they were thinking or what they had. They investigate every single lead every single chip that came in and if there were kids by in rope six counties away they went out to that hardware store. Just see who did it. I mean that's how thorough they work. And then cleveland. To i mean cleveland back in the sixties with sl you jus- coming together. They were top notch as far as fingerprints crime scene. That was the best that they had back then so they had those guys there to helping them but when they interviewed him. I don't know. I can't say cause i wasn't there but i don't know i. I wish i had a crack at them but i don't know how to answer that i just wasn't there so i don't know didn't law enforcement. Recover any trace evidence. I can't really get into that. I'm sorry about that. I am sure he would have left something behind if the killer stab beverly forty times with a knife it would be really slippery and i know it is easy to cut yourself with a knife. And if his hand got what then he most likely cut himself blood at the scene and likely even has a few scars on his cutting hand from all those years ago. Yeah i wouldn't disagree with you at all on that but the crime scene itself and they was a little disorganized. You could tell. Obviously a struggle happened. And whatever. But i believe bud that barbara heard that she said something like furniture was actually that was beverly body fallen off the bed onto the floor and you can tell by some of the splatter and good blood that that's exactly what happened so in your opinion. Is this case going to be solved. Well i'll tell you what this is. Where i put on my hope since when i first got a detective bureau. Dna was just starting out to be like the new go-to and there were rape cases that i worked..

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"beverly" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"beverly" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"Would start off sleeping in that bedroom and then in the spare bedroom. It was just too hard for me to be thinking about what happened though. I mean it was just like they're a lot. I don't know if i could have. I would have been comfortable shunned dorm. Staying out was a reason why your parents didn't sell the house and move or did they wanna stay if feel close to your sister. What was the rationale. We actually looked at houses like brecksville and other areas. I think my dad he found her and i was so hard on him may found her and he always felt like he wanted to be there. There's some kind of resolution would be solved if they needed something from house and he stayed there he died in two thousand twelve so he was there two thousand eight. He wanted to nursing home in two thousand eight but he stayed there the whole time. My parents were divorced. Oldest son was born and they got divorced at. They were all we. My father pick up my maternal grandparents and then they go to breakfast. Pick up my mom who had condominium there and then they come to my house every sunday unless it was snowy air whatever that was for many years and my mom took care of him before he went into the nursing home fixing him foods and stuff and they were very cordial from honor. Stand when parents lose a child they will eventually lead to the end of a marriage almost always it. Sounds like that may have happened to your parents might have would always talk about the murder strangers and lee and my mom. We kept it all inside and had lifelong friends. Who never knew about beverly. I think my mom might talk to some of her closest friends. But basically my mom and i could not talk about her december twenty eighth and her birthday october. I was always sacred. We get together even if we didn't talk about her. We were together. James adele wrote a book about beverly puck who disappeared and older sister. Said she could never talk about the loss of her. Little sister. think it's like there's just some things that are so painful that you you you just don't even want to talk to anybody for this part of the story. I interviewed retired. Detective carl jackie retired from the garfield heights police department. He also investigated the beverly jaros case during his career. Can you tell me how you got involved in this case. Yeah well this is. What happened when i got hired on the police department. I got hired and ninety and grew up in garfield light so i knew about the case. I mean what you heard it growing up and a lot of it was urban legend and some of it was fact but i got hired on the police department. The one detective told me. We're going through evidence one day and you go see that file over there..

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"beverly" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"beverly" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"I couldn't go from the time that she died bill. I have huge memory gap. I don't remember much of what happened through. Those beers started living again. When i went away to college. And the purposely chose a college out of state where. I thought i would be anonymous. I didn't want anyone to think of me as the murder girls to stir. Remember stay at college. There was a reception for freshman students. I to an all girl catholic college seton hill and western from pennsylvania and there was a nun goose bragging. She studied all our pictures and memorized our names even before meeting us. I couldn't believe what she looked at me. And she said you are. Beverly cherif action. I'm not anonymous. After a home to all the years never talked much about beverly and just kept it all inside. It was so painful to even talk about it. And i've had lifelong friends who didn't know up ever lease murder until i published. Her book of poetry appeared on local. Tv stations talking about the case. It seems matters that i hadn't even considered i. I never thought about the fact that your mom and dad will become so overprotective and they would restrict your freedom because they didn't want to lose their only living child. Which was you that definitely had been tough on your life because you missed out on some experiences that you would have gotten to have had your sister not being killed. I also think like. I'm a mother of four children. How would i have reacted. I probably would've reacted in the same way. I don't know i tried to give my own kids not a free range. Life is always like tried to know where they were and what they were doing and everything but tied to the them on normal. Life didn't want to restrict their freedom such a way my mom. I was restricted. Assuming you told your children about your sister. Did this change. The way they saw the world did they worry more about the evils of the world. Were they able to maintain the same type of freedom. You had before your sister's passing. I did not about beverly. I had pictures of her round the house but they were already grown by the time..

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"beverly" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"beverly" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"Wasn't anything unusual about the day. Beverly and carol watched their parents leave and go to work. The sisters had plans to walk to their grandmother's house and have lunch with her around one pm. Beverly told her grandmother. She needed to return and meet up with her friends. Barbara and margie. An eighteen year old neighbor of beverly's grandmother gave beverley a ride home after beverly arrived home. She gave her mother call to let her know she had made it home safely. Beverley also received a call from a man asking about her father. The caller identified himself as stephen. Stanko it's said he would call back. Police later learned stephen stanko. It's was a fictitious name. Beverly's grandmother also called to talk to beverly. Their conversation was brief is rarely had to get ready for. Barbara's visit barbara arrived at one. Twenty five pm after knocking on the door. She then heard a thump coming from upstairs. It was like someone was moving furniture after. No one responded. Barbara returned home. She spoke to her friend. Margie and told her beverly never answered the door. The three girls originally planned on spending the day together. Margie called beverly's grandmother and told her beverly didn't answer the door when barbara knocked. The grandmother called beverly's dad ted gyros and shared concern. Ted left work to check on his daughter. He arrived home the loud music playing. He went upstairs to check on his daughter. Someone had murdered. Beverly the coroner ruled strangulation as the cause of death per killer also stabbed her numerous times. The garfield heights police have never captured. Beverly's killer nearly six decades past. Since beverly was murdered in her garfield heights. Ohio home today. The case remains cold. Beverly's death was a crushing blow to the family. Carroll has never recovered from losing her sister and fortunately carol and beverly's parents would divorce carol is now the only surviving member of her immediate family. She waited all these years for someone to help her find out who killed her sister for this episode. I spoke to carol bartos and retired. Detective carl becky about the unsolved murder of beverly garros my earliest memory of beverly. Probably when we were like bevin and eleven or ticks and pan am every night. She'd make up bedtime stories. Telling me as beverley was four years older than me. We were deli- at different levels of maturity. Beverly died when she was sixteen and i was still like a little girl or twelve playing outside with my friends and being so connected to what was happening in beverly.

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"beverly" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"beverly" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"Lives a bedroom shared with her sister carol just twelve years old at the time. It's the first thing i ever think of. Even now when i wake up and it's the last thing i think of before i go to bed. Their mother died on valentine's day this year. Never having the answers she so desperately wanted killed. Beverly jerris well. I just think that she met the wrong person at the wrong time then. This person was obsessed with her for him. I shall never cease to pray days by with their cell. And i'll patiently await his return until sunset and death. Police believe beverly knew her killer. The murder weapon a knife never found the rope used to strangle her bounce so tightly at its snap. The radio is blasting reallowed. I believe that was used. Just the muffler screaming for the last sixteen years detective called. Becky has worked the case over nine hundred files on this case statements that have been taken to yours limited people of interest. They've aimed people of interest and yet this is like putting one of those thousand piece puzzles together. And then you find out. The last piece is khaki believes new. Dna technology can help them find that missing piece narrowing their search down to two main suspects. Men he says who still live in the area. They should be looking over their shoulder. Put it that way. They should be careful what they're doing because sooner or later is going to have. They have daughters of their own. And how like. How do they look at their daughters and think about what they did to beverley. I don't understand it. Somebody's out there living their life when they should be locked up answering for for beverly so that bothers me a lot and it does get personal. I guess it does and just like to see an end of it. You know nobody deserves this by sorrows. I shall never tell sweet sleep. Come gently with stealth. All i have known farewell. I have a rendezvous but steph even at age sixteen. Beverly was a literary soul constantly quoting shakespeare writing poetry in her diary her beautifully. Handwritten words published into a book of poems by her sister. Carol five decades after beverly's murderer nearly every page and every holon mentioned death and dying. It seems like it could be a premonition. What if i should die within the next year. Life for me has just begun. All.

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"beverly" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

Hollyweird Paranormal

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"beverly" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

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The new wireless charging system uses electric magnetic induction. Which can help battery lengths last longer. There's you know electric magnetic fields and even when it comes this shaving there's a magnetic induction for basically on mars as it is now but that does sound sexual doesn't it does and speaking of sexual if you really think about it if you've been shaving using the same trimmer on your face and your balls. That's you're doing it wrong in alternately. You don't want to end up with cubes in your mouth unless it's like i don't know you're henry cavill fanfare fake like and we all have it. We all have it so no shame but like let us help you so if you go to manse keep dot com you can get twenty percent off and free shipping as long as you use the code paranormal. That's manzke dot com code paranormal. Unlock your confidence and always use the right tools for the job with manscaping guys all right guys before we go into the episode before we go into the banter and the tour we gotta learn a little bit about the beverly hills history and please feel free to time. Jump to fifteen minutes and three seconds. If you want to go directly into the episode but before we touch on our beverly kills tour we must learn a little bit more about the beverly hills history because you know we like to mix a little history and crime and ghosts so we gathered some information based on the history of beverly hills from the beverly hills historical society website of beverly hills historical society dot org and so according to the beverly hills historical society it all started with maria rita in the years. Eighteen fifty two. Maria survives a a siege and shootout with native americans who attacked her rancho and this may have influenced her to sell her land two years later to henry. Hancock and benjamin wilson unfortunately for the new owners the water straight up in the area a few years later and followed by a long drought that left their livestock to die. Hancock in wilson are remembered today for the upscale hancock park neighborhood and local geographic landmark of mount wilson by eighteen sixty eight. The land was owned by edward. Bruce or press who sought to establish a community for immigrant german farmers to be called something muttiah in the meantime he turned the ranch into lima. Bean fields selling his crop to cover taxes in santa. Maria was never to be yet after another. Drought plotted bruce's streams early in the eighteen eighties. Henry hammel and charles dunker acquired the land with the intention of creating morocco a subdivision with north african theme. The us economic collapse of eighteen eighty eight put a quick end to that scheme in the year. Nineteen hundred the fortunes of the former rancher began to improve a group of oil speculating. Investors led by burton e. Green bought the bean field on behalf of the amalgamated oil company. Green drilled a series of wells that failed to strike oil however they did strike a lot of water enough to support a town in one thousand nine hundred six green and his partners reorganized as the rodeo land and water company inspired by beverly farms massachusetts green and his wife renamed the bean field beverly hills in one thousand nine hundred seven landscape architect. Wilbur d cook was hired to design a street plan for beverly hills. Cook laid out curving streets with larger lots on the north side smaller. Lots on the south side and triangular commercial district between them. All the streets were tree-lined and land was set. Aside for public parks for elementary schools and a high school vision was to make the area affordable to a range of incomes. as long as the buyers weren't black or jewish these shameful restrictive covenants would eventually fall in the nineteen forties. Thanks to a lawsuit brought by hattie. Mcdaniel ethel waters and other notable african americans. The first house was completed in one thousand nine hundred seven but sales were very slow. And by nineteen twelve to bolster the interest of potential buyers green completed construction of the beverly hills hotel on the site where the waters once gathered. The luxurious establishment served not only travelers but the locals as a defacto city hall community center movie theater and religious worship than you. The hotel was reached by the specially constructed. Dinky railroad a wondrous attraction in itself by nineteen fourteen. The local population was large enough to support the incorporation of beverly hills city but real growth didn't take off until the errors most glamorous hollywood couple mary. Pickford and douglas fairbanks bought a small lot on summit drive and dubbed their home. Pickfair put a pin on this. Because we definitely touch on pickfair in the tour. Following their fashionable lead was a host of film industry stars directors and producers who began the celebrity mystique that remains a constant of beverly hills to this day would also brought fame to the young city was the addition in nineteen nineteen the los angeles speedway the site of auto races. Second in importance only to the course covering most of the southwest quadrant of the city barely made it through half of the roaring twenties. Among the notable structures built on the land formerly traversed by race cars was the beverly wilshire hotel in nineteen twenty eight the same year edward l. dini completed greystone mansion a fifty five room mansion and estate which was a wedding gift for his son which is now owned by the city and operated as a museum park and event venue. Also put another pen on this location because we will definitely be stopping here towards the end of our tour because there is a story of true crime and ghosts attached to this mansion with growth. Came the return of a problem that haunted the nineteenth century rancho a potential shortage of water. And this even hans us to this very day in nineteen twenty-three an effort to secure a steady water supply through annexation by the city of los angeles was defeated by the voters. Thanks to opposition led by mary. Pickford who feared the loss of local identity. Celebrities continued to be important to civic life. Most notably the nationally cherished humorist and honorary mayor of beverly hills will rogers in his memory. The park across sunset boulevard from the beverly hills hotel was renamed after his death..

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"beverly" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"beverly" Discussed on Women and Crime

"The family was worried that perhaps it was some abnormality that caused becky's death and they were not going to take any chances with their only surviving child right. Did they know they were taking her to the place that you know harmed her while she was in beverly scare and at this point beverly was the main nurse on the ward. Katie's heart stopped and the resuscitation team was summoned yet again. They were able to save her but unfortunately two days later she suffered another attack which resulted in the collapse of her lungs. Katie was then transferred to another hospital where they found that five of her ribs were broken. Did she survive hanging when they don't know why her is broken but attributed to possibly revival attempts. But there's really no way to know. In addition to that she suffered serious brain damage as a result of the oxygen deprivation. The doctors also concluded that katy had large doses of insulin and potassium in her system while she was lucky to be alive. Megan she now had severe medical issues. Such as partial paralysis cerebral palsy and sight and hearing damage. God you want to hear the sickest part of this sue phillips the mother of katie and becky had asked beverley allitt to be katie's godmother because she was so grateful beverly for saving her child's life. Beverly was a master manipulator. She made everyone think that she was part of being a victim. Here and little did this. Poor mother know that alex was actually responsible for causing the death of their one daughter and the irreversible harm of their other. That's terrible over the next two weeks. The incidences of trauma continued. Luckily however there were no more deaths but similar to katie's fate there were plenty of situations where children suffered severe complications. There were seven year old matthew davidson. Who arrived at the hospital. After a non severe wound injury. He suffered a heart attack but survived. Then there was nine month old. Christopher king an eight month old christopher christopher-peres good who were also injured by beverly while under her care next was one of her youngest victims a seven week old baby patrick l. stone who was for a minor ear infection when he was found unconscious once again after being in beverly scare in this case. Another nurse on duty reported that the alarm that alerts everyone when someone stops breathing had been turned off remember. This happened in an earlier case so now nurses saying this seems weird but again. No one really suspected anything. Suspicion slowly start to grow around this time but doctors and nurses suspected that it was perhaps an outsider who was harming the children they could not have comprehended the idea. That one of their own was inflicting harm on these patients. And keep leaving. They had not contacted authorities to this point. I've actually seen that happen with other healthcare situations hospitals are usually afraid to contact authorities. There are also the they worry about their negligence issues. Things like that and their own liability. Yep but i think because they didn't sound the alarm earlier you know. Some of these terms could have been prevented app anyway. Finally in april nineteen ninety-one beverly's killing spree would come to an end after a fifteen month. Old girl claire. Pack was admitted to the hospital..

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"beverly" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"beverly" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Okay so this. All starts on february twenty first nineteen ninety-one when liam taylor was admitted to ward for where beverly worked with chest infection. I read a few reports that said liam was only seven weeks. Old ally out of her way to reassure his parents that he was in capable hands with her and she told them young. Go home get some rest. So obviously the parents were by his side and she was so loving that they really trusted her so they went home to get some rest when they returned alad advise them that liam had endured a respiratory emergency but he had recovered from and this was very confusing because it seems like to know where things took a turn for the worst. But you don't know one suspected anything alad even ended up volunteering for an extra night shift so that she can watch over the boy. The parents at this point chose to spend the night at the hospital as well and to the shock of everyone liam had another respiratory crisis just before midnight but yet again he had recovered. Allitt was left alone once again with the boy and his condition worsened dramatically. He became deathly pale. with red. blotch is appearing on his face at which point elliott summoned an emergency resuscitation team. So in england they call it the emergency resuscitation team. It would be our code blue. Got someone's in respiratory distress at the time alex nursing colleagues were confused by the absence of alarm monitors which had failed to sound when he stopped breathing. So normally there'd be alarms and for some reason they didn't go off and this seemed concerning but it was kind of forgotten about since they were really focused on this little boy. No one really anything of it. Despite the best efforts of the resuscitation team liam suffered severe brain damage and remains alive only due to the use of life support machines at this point. His parents made the agonizing decision to remove their baby from life support being that they were told his condition would not improve. He died on february twenty-second and his cause of death was recorded as heart failure. As a result of an undiagnosed heart condition. Everyone on the word was in mourning and really dumbfounded as to what could have happened to this little boy and it was never questioned about her actions leading up to his death. There was really no reason to question her. Just two weeks later. Timothy hardwick an eleven year old boy with cerebral palsy was admitted to work for the hospital. Due to an epileptic fit due to his condition he was not to be alone at all. So beverley allitt stayed with him and was put in charge of his care once again after being left alone with the boy she summoned the emergency team who found him without a pulse and turning blue. Unfortunately the team was unable to revive him. An autopsy was performed but there were no red flags and his cause of death was determined to be a complication of his existing condition. Everyone once again confused upset. How could another child be lost so soon but nobody thought anything. Nefarious was going on all tragedy. It's a small child but the children are in the hospital for a condition. So there's that alley. In fact beverly was even consoled because two of her patients had passed away so she was the victim in a way because she was so close to these patients. You see what this is setting up for less than a month. After timothy hardwick death one year old kaely desmond was admitted to the hospital because of a chest infection which. She seemed to be recovering. Well from however five days later with aladin charger for care kaley went into an unexplainable cardiac arrest chillingly..

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"beverly" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"beverly" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Most people say she acted very strange in this relationship. She demanded that she become his girlfriend and when he gave her a ring she declined and said she didn't want to get married but then at another point she asked him to marry her a lot of strange things. She refused to hold his hand in public she. She reportedly would only sex him once a month. They had very violent fights in which stephen was the victim of domestic violence. She would need him in the groin. She also had a habit of lying. She made several claims that she had been raped and that stephen had aids. Oh wow she also claimed that even raped her but all of these things were never corroborated and likely ally when you at her previous behavior but her behaviors continued when she was suspected of smearing feces along the walls of a nursing home where she trained. That doesn't even make sense to me to be honest. Now i don't i don't i don't even see where that fits was any pattern but okay god so that's just an example of this kind of odd behavior. She was having her. Attendance was also very poor due to the amount of illnesses illnesses that she had and as a result of all of this. She ended up failing her nursing examinations. Well it's interesting because you said she dropped out of school so she must've gotten a ged then gone back and for nursing. Okay i get it. I'm putting it together. God despite beverly's history of poor attendance and odd behavior. She was hired on a temporary six month. Contract at the chronically understaffed grantham and cast of in hospital in lincolnshire in nineteen ninety and this is where beverly began to work as a nurse in the children's ward at the time there were only to train nurses on the day shift and one for the night so when she started. It was very much understaffed and it seems that. Even though she failed her nursing exams they may have been desperate. And that's why they were giving her like temporary contract. Okay people. She worked with started noticing. Strange things about her behaviour not long after she began working there while talking to other nurses. Beverly would often make strange statements at one time. She claimed that a poltergeist stuck a carving knife into a pillow that this poltergeists had set her bathroom curtains on fire and fed tablets to her. Landlady's dog none of this makes sense. Nor is it supposed to make because you're looking at me like what are you well. This sounds like delusional. So i'm not sure if she's now blurred the line between you know what i mean like exaggeration to delusion yup and while she worked at this hospital the police were called on two different occasions. One time to investigate a kitchen fire and another time. They were human feces found in the refrigerator. All my god. A few nurses express that they thought that beverly should have a psychiatric examination but they never said anything to her. I don't know if they were scared of her. They just felt like it wasn't their place but either way it was at this hospital that the tragic events at the center of today's episode took place. There are several victims in this case. And of course they all deserve to have their stories. Heard i'm going to discuss each. But i'm not going to spend too long on the specifics of each case because for the sake of time. I wanna make sure that we are able to talk about the arrest. The trial the aftermath of theory. So i might not so much time on victims as we normally would like to..

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"beverly" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"beverly" Discussed on A New Direction

"So i can get money before the ice cream truck goes by but Yeah it was just an Right as we were getting a rice greece by daughter came home. And i thought oh you know this is about and it was like five o'clock. She's going to be upset. That i got on my screen right before supper and she just got out of the car and was laughing hysterically because she knew what had happened. She knew that truck came down. And i was going to give her kids ice cream. I didn't care if it was two minutes before they were going to get an ice cream and so she had. She had a really good attitude about that. When i think i think the end of the story is she says i think your daughter said something. The ice cream truck never comes down here and grandchildren says. That's because grandma's here grandma. Can you come every day. You know something to right right. And that's just a wonder if i wonder if children right little children who you know their association as mean grandma's magical you know. I think that's the beauty of the relationship because i you know i'm thinking back to even my own grandparents. When i was little there was something magical about them. I don't know what it was. I knew that they were older. I knew that you know that they didn't look like necessarily look like my mom and dad but every time i was with them it seemed like there was something magical about to happen. Yeah yeah i mean. I have so many memories of my grandparents in being woman seven. I didn't really spend any alone time with either one of them in any other group. But i remember one day I was just happened to be standing in the driveway. Getting ready to go on my grandfather just looked at me and he said are you happy and i thought i was probably seventeen eighteen. I found no one has ever asked me. No one in my life at ever asked me if i was happy and so i thought it was fantastic. That he would ask me. I thought it was fantastic question. I it. I thought i said yes i i really am. I really am a happy person. And and he was pleased with his answer. but know. That's the kind of thing that you get from a grandparent. Another time actually. Life is slower. They can They can take and take the time to ask you really an important question yes i. It's just that relationship between your grandchildren. Which is beautifully illustrated here. Several stories is outstanding and speaking of outstanding. You're listening to the outstanding. Beverly man lazard here on a new direction. Hey folks need to talk about our sponsors here. And it's epic physical therapy and also craft team realtors look epoch physical therapy which is my physical therapists are absolutely outstanding..

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"beverly" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"beverly" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It was Beverly and besides singing and song writing Beverly is also an actor and a mom you're listening to the song that inspired the story right now yellow dress it will use this is not our next story is from a man in Detroit his question comes via telephone here's lead Thomas I'm standing in line at the grocery store and I'm there to get the essentials you know pop tarts olives for the paper I'm a dude and so I feel this guy staring at me intensely I can feel like he's burning a hole in the side of my head it's intense you know he's looking at me so hard it's like she smells something terrible he's just quick face looking at me and I can just feel it now usually that's a problem someone staring at you you give a mean face you know the face you use when you're walking down the street here in the city or any city you want to be left alone and given that mean face and they stop looking hopefully but this time I decided to do something different because the truth is is I'm not a mean dude kind of the kind of guy who cannot always has fun but as little as like the sing song kind of do a little dance studio just smile to make people smile in people would stare at me so I usually say it's because I'm devastatingly handsome I call myself the spotted Denzel Washington what's up girl but the truth is I have a disease called vitiligo it's two percent of the world's population has it is not life threatening it's not contagious but it does get you a lot of attention get you a lot of stairs so today instead of giving me face I decided to do something different I just let him stay here in men did the guys there I'm putting my stuff on the conveyor I'm checking out he's checking out on the other island he's looking and I'm let them look and I think he doesn't know that I'm let them look what he's looking he's lookin and we both check out at the same time we head towards the exit and he still look it in so we get to the door to leave and we actually make eye contact face to face and I just decide I got a break this and I look right at him and I say Hey buddy what's up and he won't hi and I think at that point he realized that he was a grown man staring at another grown man which you know is usually a problem so I wanted to break the ice a little bit and not make their tension and I I I said if it's a disease cover like a man it's it's not life threatening it's not contagious it is just kind of cosmetic and it just looks very different I I get a lot of attention and then the guy actually asked me a question the lancers question and we talk a little bit me ask me another question so I end up talking to the guy in the grocery store for like a good five minutes it it it was good in the end of our conversation he says to me if you don't have in Largo it's vitiligo but you know he was trying if you didn't have the Largo you look just like that guy on TV and I left it on my laptop I go high yeah yeah I get that all the time but you know I go to my car and I I just sit there and stare out the window because the truth is is in the city I live in Detroit I am that guy on TV I in the anchor of the morning show I am a reporter for a local station and I have been covering my vitiligo have been and still do cover my vitiligo with make up when I'm on TV and most people never even notice so for him I am that guy not wearing make up on TV is not a big deal this is New York you guys know this if you're on TV you got to cover blemishes you you gotta make it the sign go away make up is not a big deal on television but not only am I on television and entertainment reporter so I interview I'm gonna I'm gonna cosmetic job in a superficial industry and I interviewed the most beautiful people in the world right so I cover my face with make up because I don't want to lose my job I think if they know what I actually look like then it might kind of be over so I just do it everybody else on TV does cover it up and keep it moving and that goes pretty well I cover everything except my hands the vitiligo the pigment disorder you just lose your color for African Americans it's very drastic you look like you have some white spots all over your body but the hands completely go away no I tried to cover my hands with make up and it's brown make up follow me here you have brown make up on and you touch any part of your body during the day you're going to have a brown spot you shake somebody's hand they're going to walk away with brown on their hand you know like I do this is my mom's fault I'd rather people think that I have a disease then thirty because my mom you know this is hard my mom would always say we may not have a lot but at least we're clean down to the underwear thanks mama the so a cover with makeup it worked have a good career many years one day this lady calls me she says her son has vitiligo people with vitiligo noticed the hands in the call or write a letter and reach out that's cool she said her son wanted to talk to me and I said okay having call me after the newscast tomorrow and he did the fourteen year old kid he said that like go for a while he had straight days the kid was in the karate he seemed like he had his head on straight and I talked to the kid for like twenty or thirty minutes and we go back and forth with vitiligo stories and we talk about how to deal with the stairs and all kinds of war stories it was a good conversation and then he says Mister Thomas I have to ask you a question anytime someone announces a question you know it's something so I go okay he goes would you show your face on TV without make up on and I was like hero okay you because my boss had been asking me to do that for like two or three years in the news director and I wasn't gonna do it I was telling her let me think about it because you can't tell your boss no this is nothing you can do so I tell you let me think about it because I know I would just end up seeing watch the black man turning white tonight at five did they get that done a promo that's going to run for ever thanks to ready for that so this kid asking me the same question was different than my boss so I said to him why and he says if you show people what you look like maybe they'll treat me differently wow the kid blew my blinders off you know those blinders that.

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"beverly" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"beverly" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"This con is once a Beverly harbor from the independent women's forum in this morning for merry Walter Beverly good morning glad to have you back thanks for having me is diminishing get in trouble yes he dared to say that gratitude bird should go to college he he says to the chief economist or who is she I'm can use after she goes in studies economics in college you can come back and explain that to us he said that was he said that in Davos where of course everybody you know then got the vapors and promptly lost their minds you were tacked St Kereta what is your take on talking about kids and what constitutes at constitutes an attack is this an attack in your mind should he have said it is it okay where are you on this fence I'm my only objection to his remark is that somehow the higher education system is going to confer knowledge of value on credit Tim Burke correct that's my only objection to this I I think that that that the only criticism that really is merited of somebody as young as as she is involved in a political debate is she doesn't know anything the passage of time itself dictates that she's too young to be even be involved in the debate and yeah and my perspective on this is by the way she seventeen so when she's eighteen I guess we can then say whatever we want as we would to any other at adult but here's here's the problem that I have is I am firmly in favor of not going after a president's child while he's in the White House or even after that chose just doing their thing they're not an activist but when somebody put themselves out as an activist becomes person of the year for time magazine they have to have some push back on what they're talking about like don't criticize unnecessarily as a person but you can criticize their opinions because they're an activist yeah I mean she's a public figure yeah you know you can put your punch is a little bit she's a kid be careful or whatever but she's a public figure and deserving of scrutiny especially if the whole plan is to dictate the way that you're going to conduct your life and the way that your government's gonna operate in the way that they're going to spend your money and the way that the global community is going to dictate potentially to other sovereign nations the way they have to conduct their lives and spend that money and by the way eight minutes and was asked about her he didn't just offer it up it was he was asked by reporters but I did find one of the fascinating things about this story Twitter Twitter was entertaining me yesterday our our frontier Frank Chris Cuomo over at CNN decided to wait in on the conversation and he said why do these transfers think it is okay to go at a cat and of course he was attacked on Twitter for the very obvious hypocrisy considering last year at this time right around the March for life Nick Sandman was viciously attacked in the media even though they're reporting was incorrect and by the way they just settled a lawsuit with him just a few weeks ago yeah good for for defamation an exam and was not a public figure no next time I was a kid standing with America had on at the Lincoln Memorial that's the sum total of Nixon men's activities he wasn't given a lecture to anybody he said nothing he stood there with his mouth shot he was seen not heard Greta timber can take a page out of Nick Sandman's book but instead she's lecturing us and by the way that's a product of the adults in her life correct who are using her in this way but as you point out what Chris Cuomo is like whole areas the hypocrisy of that statement how dare you attack children aha your network to settle a lawsuit for defaming a kid who had no interest in being part of the public conversation other than being a part of being one of the many many thousands of people who had marched in the March for life that's the way that he was trying to have a contribution to the conversation and it's really it's well within his rights to do that but he wasn't lecturing us it is saving you still there the master the only the only thing that maybe we look back on it is maybe not needed to have a a smile that didn't look like a smirk that was his one crime is that when somebody's yelling at you it's hard to just stand there and sometimes your smile gets a little bit awkward it's understandable he just we all get parent we have to work on smiles because somebody could take it out of context that's right in fact in in George Orwell's nineteen eighty four that's called face crime thanks have a word for it it's face friend if you commit a crime with your face that's when you get disappeared your raced from history Nick Sam and made sure that he was not a race from history he fought back we're in for now six forty two I.

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"beverly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"beverly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"From the wearing school in Beverly who are heading to the very first lego league World Championship this spring coach I just wonder what your thoughts are but the team doing as well as I did over the weekend well I'm I'm super proud of them we've been meeting together since even before the season technically started in fact we never stopped meeting from last year so I probably spend more time with this group of students than any group of students I've ever worked with we've spent literally well over the course of the last three years by thousands of hours together working towards this goal of all getting to the championships together so it's really pretty moving for me actually we'll know what legos are and a lot of kids who put legos together but this is a lot more than just that can you talk about some of the things that the students are learning well they have to learn actually to make this robot drive well you can just make it move but to actually make it drive well you have to use really pretty advanced techniques so these kids have been learning to program with the race has been learning loops which loops they learn sensor feedback this robot is continuously navigating around the board using sensor cues like the gyroscope the light meters in our team actually one of the reasons that I think we were able to win on on Saturday was because we've come up with some pretty innovative approaches for example using multiple sensors to integrate into one way of the robot knowing where it is and and allowing each sensor to correct the other sensors the facts and that kind of programming will stand these kids in grades that I mean they're doing it for fun now but I think later in life they could be doing this I mean this is the beginning of something for them it's not it's not just a team it's something it's a whole way of approaching life technology as we know is super important and we're really getting them ready for careers in engineering if that's what they want they must be pretty good at it they're very good at it the lego World Championship is huge nearly forty thousand teams from a hundred countries participated but only the very best are going to the finals and after winning the eastern Massachusetts competition this past weekend the wearing team is headed to Detroit in April for the World Championship well Santa will probably be delivering a lot of nerf guns this Christmas it's the most popular toy in the nation an online review website mapped out the favorites for each state based on Google searches nerf gun was a winner in eleven states including Arkansas Colorado New Mexico and Wyoming the second place story is more high tech five states chose the Nintendo switch and for opted for Plato dolls are also quite popular in nine states with only New York going with a classic lego playset mark may field reporting seven oh wait time for a check on wallstreet with Bloomberg a lot of us are looking at the calendar and starting to panic only a week till Christmas that late start to the holiday shopping season could mean super Saturday the Saturday before Christmas this Saturday will be the biggest shopping day of the year Reuter says customer growth partners estimates will spend about three billion dollars more on Saturday that we did on Black Friday it was one of those marching in place stays on Wall Street none of the average is moved very far from their starting point by the time the closing bell rang only the nasdaq posted a gain of four points that set a new closing high for the average the Dow fell twenty eight the S. and P. one I'm John Doniger Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio sports traffic and weather just ahead it's.

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