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On This Day in History: Bud Powell Was Born
"The Day was September twenty seventh nineteen twenty four URL Rudolph it off. Powell better known as Powell was born in New York City Powell was instrumental in the development of modern jazz music though he died when he was just forty one years old his accomplishments as a jazz soloist greatly contributed to the growth of bebop musical talent ran in Powell's family. His grandfather father and siblings were all musicians. His father was a stride pianist. Stride was a jazz piano style that developed developed as the popularity of ragtime was dying down stride pianist play the melody with the right hand while the left hand alternates between a single. I note and a quarter played an active or more higher. The left hand had to go greater distances on the keyboard often very quickly and improvisation. It was more important than it had previously been when Powell was a child. His father began teaching him classical music at age fifteen he dropped out of Dewitt wit Clinton High School to pursue his passion playing the piano he began playing at clubs in Coney Island and Harlem in the Mid Nineteen Forties Powell met the loneliest monk jazz pianist and composer at Minton's playhouse in Harlem and monk became a mentor to him. Powell became a regular feature at Minton's playhouse known for its role in the development of modern jazz and jam sessions with people like Charlie Parker Dizzy Gillespie and Kenny Clarke how also toward and record it with trumpeter Kuni Williams's orchestra he recorded with Tenor Saxophonist Dexter Gordon and he played on Charlie Parker's Savoy sessions he recorded the five volume the amazing Bud Powell in the nineteen forties and nineteen fifties influenced by art tatum Charlie Parker Billie Kyle and thelonious monk how emerged as a leading figure and bebop he found a lot of success as a pianist though black audiences were not initially completely receptive to modern jazz in the nineteen forties still how how faced physical and mental struggles he spent time in a psychiatric hospital from nineteen forty seven to nineteen forty eight after getting in a fight at a Bar at a state hospital. He received electroconvulsive therapy after he was released from the hospital. He was placed in convalescent care. which was it's basically parole how return to music but he spent a lot of time from nineteen fifty one to nineteen fifty-three institutionalized after he was arrested stood on a drug charge in February of Nineteen fifty three the state of New York declared him incompetent and incapable of handling his own money Oscar Goodstein Powell's manager and owner of Berlin nightclub became his committee and began managing money? Good esteem got POW steady steady work but how was still struggling with his mental health. His relationships with his colleagues were deteriorating in the late nineteen fifties after spending more time in the hospital how moved to Paris with al-tv Edwards and he soon began playing in France and touring throughout Europe Edwards and a Fran Dan Frantz these padre looked out for POW while in Europe but he was deeply affected by his alcoholism mental illness and medication in nineteen in sixty three he contracted Berko says back in New York musicians put together a benefit concert to help him with medical expenses in nineteen sixty four or he moved back to the US he continued to play the piano and his return was celebrated though his performances did not get rave reviews so his music suffered as his health declined and he missed some of his performances on July thirty first nineteen sixty six he died died of health complications his pioneering work in bebop continued to influence later musicians like Bill Evans see so Taylor and Horace Silver Silver.
"bill evans" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Bill Evans with the forecast, clouds and sun and wind still cranking out there was slowly seeing the wind die down a little bit. The temperature should be about forty four. And with the wind. It's gonna feel like thirty two tonight. We're down to about thirty five of the city about twenty five in the suburbs. North and west tomorrow. We start out with some sunshine and clouds by afternoon. It's cloudy. There'll be a wave going by with a little sprinkle rain in the city, a little wet snow, sleet, mixed north and west. And then we'll have a cloudy night Friday night. The low is going to be around thirty Saturday. We start off with sun. It gets cloudy in the afternoon. The temperature is about forty eight and then rain comes in Saturday night. It really starts around five or six o'clock after sunset, and it'll rain all night, the temperature around forty four and then we go into Sunday morning with some rain, but by Sunday afternoon, this warm air surges up and overs from the Gulf and the temperature should be about sixty on Sunday afternoon and fifty four on Monday. Have a great afternoon. This is meteorologist beloved seventy seven. New York has a talk in Cosby dedicated to fight crime. Chase down the street perspective. Kudos sweet. Please welcome Rita. Cosby? There's a lot of heat on the president. Issues people. DC to your neighbor as are helping the cities in beer courteously. Wandering, president of the guardian. Angels curtis. We will. That was an explosive energy is. Cosby? Curtis Kosrae, seventy seven. ABC?.
"bill evans" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Bill Evans with the forecast, clouds and sun and wind still cranking out there was slowly seeing the wind identity little bit the evolution which it should be about forty four. And with the wind. It's gonna feel like thirty two tonight. We're down to about thirty five in the city about twenty five in the suburbs. North and west tomorrow. We start out with some sunshine and clouds by noon, it's cloudy. There'll be a wave going by with a little sprinkle rain in the city, a little wet snow or sleet mixed north and west, and then we'll have a cloudy night Friday night. The low is going to be around thirty Saturday. We start off with sun. It gets cloudy in the afternoon. The temperature is about forty eight. And then rain comes in Saturday night really starts around five or six o'clock after sunset, and it'll rain all night, the temperature around forty four and then we go into Sunday morning with some rain but by Sunday afternoon, this warm air surges up in overs from the Gulf and the temperature should be about sixty on Sunday. Afternoon and fifty four on Monday. Have a great afternoon. This has been limited seventy seven WBZ New York comes to talk. Cosby dedicated to fight crime. Chase down the street perspective. Sweet please welcome Rita. Cosby? There's a lot of heat on the president. Lines issues people. To DC to your neighbor. Red berets are helping the cities beer courteously walk out during president of the guardian. Angels curtis. Leila. That was an explosive inner is. Curtis. Cosby, sleet. Criticize me seventy seven..
"bill evans" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Seven's. Bill Evans with the forecast as we go through the afternoon. It's still going to be raining. We've got showers offered on cloud. It's breezy. The wind is out of eastern the northeast of fifteen twenty miles an hour. We've got some gusts to twenty five all ready and we've got rain. This will continue right. Through the evening commute into the first part of two lines. The wind will die down to nine to about four to eight mile an hour wind we're in the mid sixties right now, we'll drop down to about fifty five. Now tomorrow, we start the day, cloudy, fifty five degrees, and it gets mile. The temperature gets to sixty five tomorrow, but a cold front comes with that. And we'll have showers and thunderstorms on election day. So that might slow you down to get to the polls during lunch hour. So you can vote early in the day or late in the day and get around that. And then we clear out tomorrow night. The lowest fifty we've got sunshine and sixty two on Wednesday. Have a great evening. Keep that rain gear handy. This is meteorologist seventy seven WBZ where do you talk is only one benefit in having your prostate taken out that Glen they control so much of what a man does. Nobody can ever accuse you of being the father of their child after your prostate is gone because you can't produce arm. So in Maury Povich says who's your daddy say, hey, look, I don't have a prostate any me. But I would not suggest you go through that. That process because when you lose your prostate because you've been diagnosed with prostate cancer and surging his like Salva give me the scalpel. I'll take it out. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'll make a lot of money on you. They never tell you afterwards said you're going to be incontinent impotent and be wearing depends and for a long time. And then they take a PSA test right after the operation, and you say, why are you taking a PSAT's? I thought I'm cancer free. Well, you never know you never know. Oh, my. What a spot you should have told me that all in advance. I should've taken my own advice. And that is to have a sit down with Dr gale Liederman because he does not believe in surgery surgery surgery for that very reason well chemotherapy, which will put you a half inch from taking a dirt path. He bought radio surgery to America monta Sundays ago in which is no cutting bleeding, anesthesia hospitalization, many men have had the process, and guess what? They're not incontinent. They're not impotent wearing depends afterwards. You think maybe you ought to do what me the doom cough. The student didn't do and have a sit down with Dr Gill Liederman. Yes. Call to unto choices that's do unto choices is office hours. You're at thirty eighth and Broadway. Dr Gill Liederman takes most insurances Medicare and Medicaid for your cancer treatment choices, it's two one two choices. That's two one two choices election. Central.
"bill evans" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Channel seven's Bill Evans. The forecast we've got cloudy skies down temperatures in the low sixties will hit sixty five sixty seven degrees this afternoon with clouds could be a sprinkle or a shower around. And then we go through the evening commute into tonight. Then this front gets here. And that'll be about eight o'clock in north jersey nine ten o'clock in the city, eleven o'clock midnight eastern, Long Island jersey shore. And then it's out of you. But watch out for a shower and thunderstorm tonight, if you're out and about and then overnight we clear out it gets brisk and Chile. The winds go north west the lowest forty eight tomorrow, sunshine, breezy, fifty eight degrees sunshine on Wednesday in windy, high as fifty eight lows tonight will be in the low forties. Have a great day. But keeping them brother handy. This is. Seventy seven WBZ where New York comes to talk. So yes, we are in the shadow of the Verizon bridge about ninety fifth and third right before the annual third avenue street festival you in bay ridge, and we stopped at kitty Kiernan because we had to take a little boy and girls break, and they will kind enough to let us use the facilities. Nancy went to use the girls, whom I used the boys room. And then when I came out the patriots will like all over me. WABC listening today, you want some juice here. I'll give you some jokes. I got pineapple juice. Here have a taste. All no. I know what you got in apple juice, the other guy that what what was that that pink grapefruit juice? Oh, what kind of a man's man's jinx pink grapefruit juice, but it was loaded up and I told him again. You look at it. There's no fruit in their food juice, and you got it all ginned up to begin with. It's all sugar. That's not going to give you your daily requirement of foods and vegetables. And as you get older, you need more. In fact, you should do what I do balanced nature fruits and veggies..
Studies: Aspirin not cure-all for avoiding first heart attack, stroke
"New studies find, most people won't. Benefit, from taking. Aspirin or fish oil, supplements to prevent a first heart attack or stroke aspirin has recommended now for lowering the risk of a second heart attacks joke or other heart. Problem and people who've already suffered one the new research doesn't change that advice instead it tested whether aspirin also. Could prevent, off I heart attack or stroke in people with diabetes or several other health threats such as smoking high cholesterol and high blood pressure in those cases aspirins benefits didn't outweigh the risk of serious bleeding it, can, cause results, were discussed, Sunday at the European society. Of cardiology meeting in
Aspirin disappoints for avoiding first heart attack, stroke
"New studies find most people won't benefit from taking aspirin or fish. Oil supplements, to, prevent a first, heart attack, or, stroke aspirin is recommended now for lowering the risk of a second heart attack stroke or other heart problem and people who've already suffered one the. New research doesn't change that advice instead it tested whether aspirin also could prevent a first heart attack Attack or stroke in people with diabetes or several other health threats. Such as smoking high cholesterol and high blood pressure in those cases aspirins benefits didn't outweigh the risk of serious bleeding it can. Cause results were discussed Sunday at the European society of cardiology meeting in Munich
Disney World proposes boosting minimum pay 46 percent
"The list of German cities when it comes to bad ankle Lizzy Seuddeutsche on newspaper, is reporting the, administrative court believes jailing officials may be the most effective way of, forcing the Bavarian government to enforce emissions counting measures, despite, heavy fines Bavarian officials who refused to impose measures meant to improve air quality such as limiting the use of diesel vehicles playwright Neil Simon master. Of comedy whose hits included the odd couple barefoot in the park and is Brighton Beach trilogy who dominated Broadway. For decades, has died his longtime friend Bill Evans says Simon passed away from complications from pneumonia
Tony award-winning U.S. playwright Neil Simon dies at 91
"Death of Senator John McCain is led to tributes from around the world but. As AP Washington correspondent saga megani, reports at the White, House the tribute is over in Vietnam McCain was a prisoner of war at the infamous had no a Hilton people are paying their respects at. The US embassy in annoy. Here at home when, we, left his beloved ranch and corn Ville and made the drive the Phoenix longtime McCain aide Mark Salter on. NBC's today show The, roads were lined with people host, brought showed up to way flags. And put their hands over their. Hearts was quite moving here at the White House flags yesterday were at half staff in McCain's honor they are now back at full staff President Trump's. Had a long feud with McCain and did not issue a proclamation ordering, that the flags, be lowered saga megani at the White, House
Andrew Cuomo, Bill Evans Simon and Hofstra University Cuomo discussed on Morning Edition
"He was always willing to speak truth to power at a time when there, are so few people do And as you've been hearing the New York Democrat and Senate minority, leader says he'll introduce legislation to rename the Senate building that housed McCain's offices after the Arizona Republican police say a. Thirteenth person has been arrested and charged. In connection to the murder of, a teenage boy in the Bronx earlier this, summer, twenty, nine year old Ronald. Raina was arrested yesterday evening like most of the others arrested Raina faces murder, manslaughter and gang assault charges
Mass shooting at video game tournament in Jacksonville leaves multiple dead
"Thirty. A mass shooting reported at a popular gathering area in Jacksonville Florida here's the latest from ABC news This is a special report from ABC news I'm Brian Clark the sheriff in Jacksonville Florida says there's been a mass shooting at Jacksonville landing and is. Asking people to stay away from the area no word on how many people were shot or the conditions of anybody. Involved Jacksonville landing is a popular shopping, mall like place a popular spot that's currently scheduled to host, a. Video game tournament but right now Authorities asking people to stay away from the Jacksonville landing area in Jacksonville Florida after sheriff says there's been a mass shooting but no word. On the conditions of anybody shot or the number of people shot at Jacksonville landing in Florida I'm Brian Clark, this, has been a special report from
Peter Frank Hauser, Neil Simon and Thomas Cook discussed on Dean Richards' Sunday Morning
"Bit earlier playwright Neil Simon who wrote comedic hits like, the out couple and plaza, suite has died the sherbert the Shubert organizations, media director and. Simon's longtime friend Bill Evans says Simon died early this morning of complications from pneumonia in a Manhattan hospital the, Associated Press call Simon the, American, theaters most successful and prolific playwright in the second half of the twentieth. Century he, won three regular, Tony's, plus one for special achievement as well as
Neil Simon, Broadway's master of comedy, dies at 91
"A, moment, we, are just now learning of the death of one of America's preeminent playwrights Neil. Simon his colleague well his his press. Secretary Bill Evans telling us just today that Neil Simon is Daniel Simon created classic, moments of American. Comedy the odd, couple on stage screen and TV had us, laughing at two bickering roommates Oscar and Felix in other words you're throwing me out dot in. Other words, Java perfect one barefoot in the park centered on a pair of New York City newlyweds. Kiss because boy this is going to be like from now on bother to come back at five thirty but mixed in. With the humor were moments that revealed the human condition that will just be that moment That. I find funny in the most serious. Moment according to Neil Simon if a writer makes it real. The comedy will,
"bill evans" Discussed on KCBS All News
"He was the conscience of the Senate. We will have more on the death of Senator John McCain. In a moment, we are just now learning of the death of one of America's preeminent playwrights Neil, Simon, his colleague, well, his, his press secretary Bill Evans telling us just today that Neil Simon is Dan Neil, Simon created classic moments of American comedy. The odd couple on stage screen and TV had us laughing at two bickering roommates, Oscar and Felix. In other words, you throwing me out word perfect one barefoot in the park centered on a pair of New York City newlyweds kiss because boy, that's what this is going to be like from now on. Don't bother to come back at five thirty, but mixed in with the humor were moments that revealed the human condition that will just being that moment that I find funny in the most serious moment according to Neil Simon, if a writer makes it real, the comedy will come Steve Kathan CBS news you'll Simon was ninety one. He died of. Pneumonia just this morning Senator John McCain would have been eighty. Two this Wednesday, his colleague fellow Arizona Senator Jeff flake recalls a master partisan politician it says all, you, need to, know, about, John McCain you know these were better contests both of them to ask them to, speak at your funeral and for them. To be offered at the opportunity that tells you all you need to know former, President Obama and. Bush are expected, to speak at the funeral for John McCain echoing that message of bipartisan politics democratic Senator dick Durbin I'm just hoping that both, sides of the we'll take inspiration from John's life and message. The pope is in Dublin addressing sex abuse, controversies in the Catholic church through an interpreter may we never be swayed all discouraged by the ISIS type of indifference all this stormy wins Hobo steady within hours of the pope's, arrival they're more controversy the Vatican's, retired ambassador to the United States accusing senior Vatican officials of knowing that Disgraced former archbishop of Washington cardinal Theodore McCarrick regularly invited seminarians into his bed he was promoted. To cardinal nevertheless he also accuses pope Francis of knowing about mechanics. Penchant for young. Seminarians in two thousand thirteen a glorious sound, filling the air in Boston last night Aw.
"bill evans" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Hour sponsored by zoom, videoconferencing I'm Jim Taylor John McCain he was the conscience of the Senate. We will have more on the death of Senator John McCain in a moment we are just. Now learning of the death of one of. America's preeminent playwrights Neil Simon his colleague well as his press secretary Bill Evans telling us just, today that Neil Simon is Daniel Simon created classic moments of American comedy. The, odd couple on stage screen and TV had, us laughing at two, bickering roommates Oscar. And Felix in other words? You're throwing. Me out dot in other words. No job one barefoot. In the. Park centered on a pair of. New York City newlyweds kiss because, boy that's what this is going to be like from now on don't bother to come back at five thirty but mixed in with the humor were moments that revealed the human condition there will just be, that moment that I find Funny in the most serious moment. According to Neil Simon if a writer makes it real the. Comedy will come, Steve Kathan. CBS news Neil Simon was ninety one. He died of pneumonia just this morning Senator John McCain would. Have been eighty, two this Wednesday his colleague fellow Arizona Senator Jeff flake recalls a master bipartisan politician, it, says all, you, need to know about John McCain you know these were better contests both of them. To ask them to speak at your. Funeral and for them to be honored at the opportunity that tells you all you, need to know. Former presidents Obama, and Bush are expected to. Speak at the, funeral for John McCain echoing that message of bipartisan politics democratic Senator dick Durbin I'm just hoping. That both, sides of the I will take inspiration from John's life and. Message the pope is in Dublin addressing sex, abuse controversies in the Catholic church through an interpreter may we never be. Swayed or discouraged by the ISIS type of indifference All told me wins hopeless steady within hours of the pope's arrival they're more controversy the Vatican's retired. Ambassador to the, United States accusing senior Vatican officials, of knowing that disgraced. Former archbishop of Washington cardinal Theodore McCarrick regularly invited seminarians into his bed he was promoted to. Cardinal nevertheless he also accuses, pope Francis of knowing about mechanics penchant for young seminarians in, two thousand thirteen a glorious sound filling the air in Boston last night Oh.
"bill evans" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Year complete without. Takes right although, I'll takes, you know there was a there was a question wants to someone who worked at fantasy and I wish I remembered, the source but, you know they. Were asking so fantasies had all these like journey and all these rock is, and, Sammy Hagar what's the session that like had the most drugs The person at fantasy answered Bill, Evans and Tony, Bennett there were mountains of cocaine and this recording session and I. Feel, okay saying that because both of them? Have been very honest and open, about it in their autobiographies and. Everything but yeah they were, but they both had a big cocaine addiction when they recorded these records on the back. Of the Tony, Bennett Bill, Evans album there's this great huge picture of the control room in studio with Bill Evans and Tony Bennett and Helen, keen who was, the producer of. That and it's a it's just a quintessential snapshot of a recording studio at, that, time Joel anything you want to add to that Did make remind me that I asked one of those, seen it all waitresses at on the rocks above the Roxie theater the private club on Hollywood's sunset who she saw had the most piles of, cocaine you know, God who knows what we're talking you know guns and roses Bon. Jovi, who knows she says oh Merle haggard Thank you, expect although I suppose maybe we, should have, known better let's head to the phones? Now and, luminescent, San Francisco Hi you are on yes I have. Two comments first of all I'm, wondering if the owners, and the, management a fantasy I considered having declared a stark landmark and, if you look at city, I'm Chas, had, I, you know I've, recorded fantasy, and, you. Walk down, the halls of, students even pictures of Ella Fitzgerald Bill Evans Sonny. Rollins Coltrane miles Davis cannonball Adderley Sonny Rollins I mean Half jazz, cannon, was, recorded at fantasy, and that, is, really. National treasure Comment one comment to is You're not going to get the sound that you got. It fantasy in your bedroom part of the reason studios are so great is because the rooms downtown tastic they're really impeccably designed architects. To sound really good at that's part of the down at, your hearing another classic records and I'll take. My answer off the. Air thank you so much I guess we can, let the second bit stand but does anybody wanna speak to? Applying for landmark status Well I'd like to, speak on a yes a little bit because the building The building is integrated and also in that as an incredible film industry where some of the best teachers ever. Made were done in that. Building and some of, the best documentary ever made we're done. In, that building so the entire place I think she'd be a landmark Bill, well I think it was brought. Up with mayor Bates some some years ago and it's really a Berkeley thing and, because the building the people who have the. Building were instrumental? In. The, Berkeley I think it's called the Berkeley film foundation is that right Connie It is, and they support the Berkeley film foundation and. They have for? Years Supported the document documentary filmmakers who were in the building the interesting thing that was occurred occurred to me when Connie was talking was that probably out of that building and in that building or maybe were in maybe still are the largest collection of. Nominated and Academy Award winning documentary filmmakers in any one place in the country and there are two guys that work there consistently that probably together, have more, Academy Awards in, anyone who would ever imagine actually three Walter merge Mark Berger and Michael semantic and Michael semantics started out making tape copies for those international records that, we used to send overseas Gotta say I find this outburst of sentimentality. Bewildering and so does everybody associated with the studio it's not like. It's capitol records in Hollywood it was opened in eighty one hardly I hardly as a historic era as. Far as historic events the plant was the scene of much more historic advancing reeked of rock vibes the hand tool doors and the phony stonewalls in the studio so I don't know when that one went out there was a little bit of light can we save the. Plant but not really much I don't understand what this is all the sentimentality over this this studio is and and then also I'm not reporting, this story, but what I'm, hearing this studio is not doing badly this day last year was their best year in ages that They're booked through February and its closure has more. To do with the real estate boo glue than the state of. The industry which has been depressed for twenty years Well that's that's absolutely that's really true, I think part, of the sentimentality and part of the reason is the number of people in the building who as Connie said are involved in the documentary film business or you know people who use the studio to record music for their film, or people who've used the post. Production facilities to re to record music for their films or to do that. In conjunction with the fact. That the studio was there you have to realize something else most of the. Other studios in the bay area didn't, do very much show we call a community outreach the, fantasy studios brings in or allows to command or helps committed discounted prices high school. Jazz bands college jazz, bands church choirs things that you know fit in. Studio way which is an enormous room and they do this because it's what they've always, done and because of that there is sort of a connection to the east It's. Mostly in East Bay thing it's our local local people can call up in. Common you, know the choirs, come in, there all the time and you constantly you every now, and then see church buses outside and it's an East Bay and it just because. His picture is up,.
"bill evans" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bill Evans stepping. Down now's the right time I think I've had a good career changing of the guard in the Boston police is William. Gras will become the first black Boston police Commissioner breaking. News traffic and weather together for the city my family could not have. Done this announced, on the news watch never stops WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ news time nine twenty three traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers, of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on, the threes here's Chris Culkeen well some relief hopefully here on the expressway southbound but it is jammed, up as you coming down past right for a massive all the. Way down to the crash just cleared out. Of the way in east Milton square long. Slow looks like an afternoon can meet out there, in the southbound side northbound locked up, from furnace brook Parkway right up to Columbia road route three is clear getting up to Braintree twenty four ninety. Five just minor delays on the ramp to. One twenty eight wants Twenty eight northbound slows north one thirty five keeps you busy beyond the mass turnpike in another. Pocket by route twenty as for the mass pike you're gonna do well. Now getting to one twenty eight but right there at one point eight the ramps they, jam up, and it stays heavy through route. Sixteen then at Newton corner you're jammed again couple of pockets making your way. To the Pru tunnel Storrow drive in soldiers field road contended to be tough but they're doing a little bit better. You're jammed up from western AB now making to the Kenmore. Ramps a bit of a break not much one then you're in it again on Storrow drive. All the way to the longfellow bridge the Tobin bridge backs. Out to route. Sixteen, across the center span but an opens up, after that because of an earlier disabled bus that's out of the way the Sumner tunnel is jammed at the entrance way the Williams's all the way through heavy and slow next update. Is at nine thirty three WBZ's traffic on the threes Elliot Abrams has the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast, we'll cloudiness today breezy and humid. With occasional shower is most of them at inland spots not along the coast or the city high eighty one tonight cloudy Humid everybody. Gets some rain periods of rain some, becoming heavy, watch for ponding on roadways tonight seventy-one then tomorrow some more rain at times, some showers and thunderstorms Eighty-one Friday sun mixing the clouds warm and humid high eighty six then for Saturday mainly cloudy and humid, with a thunderstorm possible high eighty one. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Elliot Abrams WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty eighty degrees and, partly cloudy in Boston WBZ, news time nine. Twenty five it's time for our before the bell stock report and WBZ financial editor Dave Caruso Costa capital checks in and what's catching your idea well, this morning it's something a little different and it's about what this foundation was of our country was built on food farmer so it looks like. The president offering an aid package after all the. Recent trade and tariff discussion so far things are pretty tough life. Needless to say what's the weather the wild changes. In commodity prices, and food but again they can wreak havoc on family so it looks like there could be about a twelve. Billion dollar bailout here by The US but we'll see what happens also got some new home sales out today at ten. O'clock this, morning, housing's been a little bit soft of. Late so we expect about six hundred and seventy thousand. Is we look at it today earnings still on parade oh boy come here to come first, of all Ford. Stocks down this. Morning that's so, much because of their earnings but GM had a negative reports. Or they're getting. Some spillover some spillage from that as well after the Bill today we're. Going to hear from Starbucks depends. Changes over the last year with the Philadelphia incident and straws and and. Sales in China so we'll see how they're going to hold? Up, Hilton hotels beat UPS beat this morning as well and some of the beat their estimates says quite to medical costs looks. Like I robot they to beat Nokia looks like they're pretty much in line Coca Cola beat this morning as well Corning up about sixty. Eight percent they, make gorilla glass? Ceramics as well mining company Freeport McMoran they. Jumped on, earnings and sales Hasbro did a. Little bit earlier this week because toys r. us went out of business but Mattel It looks to. Be taken a little bit harder blowing the actually beat their estimates off. About three percent this morning and unfortunately the. The CEO of Chrysler passed away twenty eight as well so looking at the futures. Right now looks like. We've got, the Dow down about. One hundred points but they were up two. Hundred yesterday so we're losing about half, of that as we get going Dave Currey south thank you. As a marketer you wanna reach. Everyone adults teens millennials, but it's not like these groups I'll hang out in the same place right actually.
Motherhood and fertility may hold clues to Alzheimer's risk for women
"Memorial. Services we don't. Want to do something where you read twelve names. All at once because it's twelve lives it's twelve families. And we want to do something to honor each. Man in the appropriate day that we thought to. Do this would be the day. When they departed this life anyone with information. Or stories on a man, can get in contact with a Braintree American Legion post Eighty-six teeny gal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty there are. Only about four hundred fifty of them left in the, entire world and now one of them has, been spotted off Iceland we're talking about right whales specifically one named mogul which was last seen, off Marshfield here in the Massachusetts coast back. In April only three right whales have been seen off Iceland Last thirty years officials at the New England aquarium say the whales have. Had to. Change where, they feed in, recent years because of changes in the. Oceans not one but two students suggest some women or stew studies rather suggest some. Women may have some protection against Alzheimer's disease studies by Kaiser Permanente and UCLA found that the more. Fertile a woman, was the lower heuristic of developing Alzheimer's here CBS news medical consultant Dr Tara Narula how many kids you. Have how long your pregnancies were when you started your. Period when you went into menopause may play into your risk of developing Alzheimer's the next step is for. Scientists to figure out why Vicki. Barker CBS news Alzheimer's by the way these sixth leading cause of death for. Adults in the United States with five and a half. Million Americans Lee living with the. Disease currently some work being done in Cambridge Biogen is expected to report its results on Alzheimer's studies so, far? In partnership with the Japanese pharmaceutical Those reports due out tomorrow heavy rains and flash flooding have forced a popular Pennsylvania theme park, to close, its doors however today Hershey Park is now back open three days of rain made it look like a river of chocolate flowing through that park meantime right next door zoo America remains shut down today due to the extreme flooding, officials there, say the, animals have been moved to safety WBZ news, time five twenty two some. Good news for air travelers new scanner at New York's JFK airport is expected to speed up and. Increase the effectiveness of TSA security checks John Bamburi has TSA security director at the. Airport this state, of the art Scana located here in the American Airlines terminal will increase TSA threat detection capability at a checkpoint Banbury says the new. Technology, will improve the passenger experience and. Two men are now under arrest for their role in. A bizarre theft of a pet stores aquarium Ohio police, say they came across the two men on a motorcycle all day responding to reports of the theft the passenger on that bike was carrying the. Aquarium Jumped, off the bike breaking the aquarium. As the officer began to follow both of them both men have since pleaded. Not guilty to charge him police Commissioner Bill Evans stepping down now's the right time I think I've had a good..
Pennsylvania Board: Bill Cosby Is a Sexual Predator
"More than a half billion dollars for tonight's drawing making it the fifth largest jackpot in the game's history and the Dow up more than. One hundred sixty points in the final hour of trading this afternoon it's been three months, since comedian, Bill Cosby was found guilty, of, three counts of aggravated. Indecent assault and now a pencil Vania state board says. Cosby status should be more than just convicted felon sexually violent predator that's what a Pennsylvania state board recommends Bill Cosby be. Declared the board says the. Eighty one year old fits the predator. Designation which would require. Him to register as. A sex. Offender and undergo. Treatment on a monthly basis a judge would. Still need to make the final decision Cosby was convicted in April and sex assault charges and is set to be. Sentenced in September Matt piper CBS news several dozen women have accused the former Cosby show star of sexual assault and misconduct, many saying he drugged them since the guilty verdict Cosby has replaced his legal, team a former Ohio State University diver is speaking out against her former coach saying he began pressuring her for sex within weeks of meeting her when she was. Just sixteen years old Estee prior spoke to CBS's Megan Kelly today about her relationship with, former coach, well behind you after Learning of the allegations Ohio State says without identifying the victims they, notified campus police USA diving child services as well as law enforcement in the county not one. But two students suggest some women may have some protection. Against Alzheimer's disease studies by Kaiser Permanente and UCLA found that the more fertile a woman was, the, lower. Heuristic of, developing Alzheimer's here CBS news medical consultant Dr Tara Narula how many kids you have. How long your pregnancies were when you started your. Period when you went into menopause, may play into your risk of developing Alzheimer's the next step is for scientists to figure out why they keep Barker CBS news Alzheimer's is the sixth leading cause of death for, adults in the United States with, five and a half million Americans living with. The disease right now WBZ news time three Twenty-one warm and humid weather continues in Boston we could see some showers squeezed out of the clouds here to throughout the day today and, tonight details are, coming up but it's, all about heavy rain and flash flooding in Pennsylvania it's four stayed popular theme park to. Close its, doors but today Hershey Park has finally back open three days of rain made it look like a river of chocolate was flowing through that park meantime next door zoo America remain shut down, today due, to the, flooding says the animals have been moved to, safety good news for air. Travelers these days a new scanner installed at New York's JFK airport is expected to speed up and. Increase the effectiveness of TSA security checks John Bamburi is TSA security director at JFK this state of the art scanner located here in the American Airlines terminal will increase TSA's threat detection capability at a checkpoint Bamburi says the new technology Gee will improve the passenger experience WBZ news time three. Twenty two mixed, day on, Wall Street and. For the good news. The Dow is skyrocketing it's up about one hundred seventy points s. and p five hundred. Advancing slightly NASDAQ's struggling today down, about four and a half points to men are now under. Arrest for their role in a bizarre theft of a. Pet stores, aquarium Ohio police say they came across the two men, riding a motorcycle as they were responding to the report of the stolen. Aquarium, the passenger, on that bike carrying just that. A large boxed fish tank, and he jumped off the bike broke, the aquarium the officer began. To follow. Both of them in both men have pleaded not guilty now to those charges him please Commissioner Bill Evans stepping down now's. The.
"bill evans" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Seventy seven wabc and now here's channel seven bill evans with the forecast it's starting to heat up out there temperatures in the upper eighties now we'll be getting to ninety two this afternoon at a little humidity it'll feel like ninety six ninety seven so be very careful the heat it's a great summer's day uv index nine tonight's a great night partly cloudy to clear out a low of tonight's going to drop down to about seventy four tomorrow it's a little cooler we got sunshine and clouds high about eighty six eighty seven degrees probably on thursday and friday going into the weekend have a great afternoon this is bill evans for seventy seven wbz where you're comes to talk so last night i'm in the heart of the orthodox community borough park in brooklyn waited forty eighth and thirteenth avenue and i walk in 'em nuns in one thousand nine hundred fifty nine coach pizzas kennedy teaches they all of a sudden schlomo and he's got half a pie and he's eating it all on his own chaumet looking at you you're like hudson i pig here what is wrong with you got so much fat on your rack now did i shave that show that everyone else in a non could hear it no i said it show he could understand and remember i always have njdietcom phone number written on index cards i slipped it to him and i say schlomo you really gotta get that fed off your rack i don't care how much you daven retour talmud you're gonna die in early does and your religion boom you know they'd throw you right in the dirt putting in a sheet in the dirt they'll wake no nothing and they sit shiva for you for eight as i said i don't wanna see that until it's your time and that's the problem ladies and gentlemen you pushing you really pushing the media in terms.
Dot Nyc, York and Ernie discussed on The Cruz Show
"Hi standard that usually relies on victim testimony victim advocates and former prosecutors say that can we traumatize underage victims and make it harder to win convictions because they may refuse to testify the justice department's internal watchdog is releasing its much anticipated report on the fbi's handling of the hilary clinton email investigation cnn shimon peres says the report will be highly critical of the then fbi director james colman other key parts of the report looked at commes decision to tell lawmakers just days before the november election that the fbi had reopened the clinton investigation dabbling is now legal for sports wagering in new jersey governor phil murphy who signed the legislation three weeks after the state supreme court victory even made a couple of bets at monmouth park to usher in the new era wabc news time twelve oh three right now traffic and bill evans with your forecast coming up next alexa just trolling facebook page of bernie and sit in the morning the comments make me happy wall comments like this is my new favorite show i used to listen to people with hair now i don't when did seventy seven wabc stop playing music these guys are famous don't wait to get this hot show into my skill set me up enable an open seventy seven w d c right now ernie and sit in the morning they are music to my digital years new york hubs are hosting meetings and local neighborhoods to find out what it's going to take to make us awful safer they want to know what we think so what will probably help is having policing neighborhoods be the same inserted communities for a while i think would help us feel more like okay we know this officer you know there's some sort of connection there's a communication i'm acknowledgement of each other people go to build a block dot nyc to find.
Queens Man Arrested After Cache of Weapons, Police Gear and Drugs Found
"Went on the curb in slammed into the civil service cafe police allege that also vado left the scene before officers arrived minor injuries were reported to the driver of the vehicle struck by vado into pedestrians at the crash site on savita was arrested after returning to the scene of the crash hours later he was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and not properly signaling a man from queens has been arrested after he was reportedly found with illegal weapons in law enforcement equipment acting on a tip law enforcement officials arrested forty year old queens resident kevin nugent outside of his rosedale home after police found two handguns hundreds of rounds of ammunition in various pieces of police equipment the excon nugent was arraigned yesterday in his being held on seventy five thousand dollar bond the man has prior charges of criminal impersonation in weapons possession his next appearance in court is scheduled for june ninth i'm chad robinson on seventy seven wabc where new york comes to talk bill evans is forecast is next in.
'Caravan' of migrants reaches US border, met by US attorneys and immigration judges
"The new company would be valued at one hundred forty six billion dollars and would be the third largest behind market leaders verizon and at and t the caravan of migrants from central america arrived this afternoon at the us mexico's southern border with plans to head into san diego within the our correspondent leyla santiago says the migrants are making every effort to do things by the book the attorney general has already said that they're going to be sending us attorneys to the border as well as extra immigration judges to make sure that those cases can be adjudicated they can handle this crowd this crowd i'm bill rosie on seventy seven wabc where new york comes to talk bill evans forecast in a moment first graham looks at traffic bill from the raycatena dot com traffic center i'm graham mitchell southbound bq e keeping an eye.
Judge puts Stormy Daniels' lawsuit against Trump lawyer on hold
"To a designated disposal site those sites are listed along with other information on a new website launched yesterday by state attorney general eric schneiderman clear your cabinet dot com also underway at the ym and y w ha of washington heights and inwood the fourth clean state arrest warrant amnesty program that gives an opportunity for a fresh start to people who were slapped with minor infractions like disorderly conduct and littering it allows them to clear their records which can hurt someone's chances of getting job or finding housing a small victory today for president trump's lawyer michael cohen correspondent sara sydney says a judge has granted cohen's request for a delay on the lawsuit filed by actress stormy daniels basically the judge has said look there is going to be a ninety day stay with cohen requested the delay after the fbi raided his home and office earlier this month looking for records about a nondisclosure agreement the daniels had reportedly signed days before the two thousand sixteen presidential election and there's news today from maine where correspondent mike cremedas says officials have apprehended the man accused of killing a sheriff's deputy the main department of public safety reported the twenty nine year old john williams he's in custody williams was wanted in the fatal shooting of somerset county sheriff's corp eugene cole and central maine police declined to say whether he'd been apprehended or had turned himself in i'm bill brozi on seventy seven wabc where new york comes to talk bill evans with a weather next percival's check traffic with kevin o'neill thanks bell from the raycatena dot com traffic center.
Bashar Assad, Vladimir Putin and Shannon Barney discussed on Living Better with Laura Smith
"The stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven wabc it happened in march touring helicopter crashed into the east river killing all five sightseeing passengers aboard today there's a report that says pilots working for the touring company warned their bosses about possible safety issues months before that accident the report also says pilots were concerned about a range of things from the types of harnesses used to strap in passengers to the tools they were given to cut the tether is in case of emergency those five drowned when they were unable to free themselves from the tethers after the craft rolled into the water president trump is condemning what he calls a mindless chemical attack that killed hundreds of people including women and children in the town of douma syria he called syrian president bashar assad and animal and also levelled a rare personal criticism of russian president vladimir putin for supporting the assad regime saying there will be a huge price to pay for the latest attack although he didn't elaborate on what he meant by that a body was recovered this weekend in the vicinity were that suv plunged off a northern california cliff last month killing a family of eight thirty suspect may have been an intentional crash the body appears to be that of an african american female but the agent identity could not be immediately determined according to lieutenant shannon barney of the mendocino county sheriff's office an autopsy is planned for tuesday i'm bill rosie on seventyseven wabc where new york comes to talk bill evans with the forecast at moment i graham looks at traffic from the raycatena dot com traffic center i'm graham mitchell heading west.
The Powerful Silence of the March for Our Lives
"Close yesterday's marches and rallies march the largest youth led protests sends a vietnam war era boston police commissioner bill evans says the voices and messages of the marchers were heard loud and clear degree center powerful message to washington today on gun reform we don't want so many guns in our community many cities including here in boston also had calendar protests with flagwaving gun enthusiasts rallying control between two hundred million three hundred million legally of this nation the main goal of yesterday's global demonstration and protest was demand the us adopt much stricter gun laws well time will tell whether rallies nationwide and worldwide have any concrete or and a fight over gun laws but rally attendees were encouraged to register to vote ahead of very important midterm congressional elections abc news correspondent karen travers attended the main rally in dc the most powerful moment was silence stoneman douglas student emma gonzalez reading the names of her classmates who were killed last month and then pausing to wait until six minutes and twenty seconds passed from the moment you took to the stage the same amount of time as the massacre in her school fight for your lives before it's someone else's child the rally was planned as a response to the parkland florida shooting that killed fourteen students to coaches and a teacher karen travers abc news washington globally hundreds of people attended in paris the rally as well as amsterdam and brussels yesterday is was all part of the worldwide protests calling for changes in us gun laws organizers say yesterday's demonstrations will be defining moment in a long simmering national debate over gun control legislation katrina burns is an american student in france as important game so far away from home and being from florida it's important to show that i'm here and i'm not any less american for being in paris yesterday's march for our lives events in the us.
Thousands Expected On Boston Common For ‘March For Our Lives’
"To forty thousand people to take part in today's march for our lives march and rally the march advocating increased gun control measures has been organized in response to the shooting at marjory stoneman douglas high school on valentine's day wbz's lana jones tells us boston police will have a major but subdued presents commissioner bill evans says there could be a counter rally on the common but he is not expecting to put up barriers well if we have a large crowd mystic towards one we'll get in between but more like two full have steel barriers if we need them but it's not gonna be preset uptown evans supports the march you know i'm healthy all the time and they see these young kids a lot of them young african american kids being killed every on the streets of our city and i know parkland was a terrible thing but there's so many kids across this country every day who died two senseless blinds regarding to guns it's a boycott call in boston lana jones wbz newsradio ten thirty in the gun debate will be heard today organizers expect a half a million people in the nation's capital to march in favor of enhanced gun control measures the nra will also have a presence staging a counter march this is seventeen magazine executive editor joey bartolomeo who's bringing some teenagers to the dc march it's really cool for kids to have a cause now that they believe in and that's what what high school is about now it's not just kind of who's popular and it's really like what's your mission what do you stand behind what what are you doing to make a change this young woman plans to march.
"bill evans" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And now here's channel seven's bill evans with the forecast sunshine we've got high clouds but it is cold this wind down the west or west if he was called for the afternoon we'll be at forty six we will have a sprinkle we will have a snow flurry around so watch out for that to senior the community might slippery up the roads that blasts through with this gusty wind tonight we're down to twenty five for the low in the suburbs and about thirty five in the city but the winds will make it feel much colder tomorrow very cold day sunshine high thirty seven and then this weekend as we close out winter the last weekend will have temperatures in the mid forties with sunshine have a great afternoon this is eleven seventy seven wbz comes to talk sometimes things happen and it was expected other times it's unexpected in fact he could be overnight and if it involves property situations it doesn't hurt to have a free property value analysis in which you're absolutely no strings attached whatsoever a no cost to you the owner get a pad and pen and i'm gonna tell you where you could do that like for instance you're moving relocating downsizing upgrading or you just inherited property hip hip hooray right when you don't intend on using the property you want to sell it or you're going through a bitter divorce like i've gone through oh and he gets down to property rights who has what and are we going to sell it or are we gonna keep it now what would what would be the harm in getting a free property value analysis with no strings attached and no cost to you.
"bill evans" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hundred if you have someone who's in troubled and need some help right turn as a place that they can turn to now it is a ten oh 710 away to actually thank you very much john half taking care of the news duties tonight rob ribbit a busy night so far boss the mayor marty walsh in studio along with boston police commissioner bill evans during the first hour so we will continue on here and in our number three i want to play for you in audio we posted this video on our web page on the show page this is the audio of a police stop uh it occurred i believe last thursday in the middle of the day it was in roxbury a police commissioner bill evans told us earlier that it was in an area um we are there had been some uh violent activity and they were concerned about um gang activity enda in people with guns is what police in boston are concerned about police in a lot of cities are concerned about these days and just to set the scene for you a um young black man is some walking down the street and i guess he saw a unmarked police cruiser we suspect in an unmarked police cruiser had a turned and done a uturn and he turned on his cellphone and so this was recorded by the individual now that we have two segments to play here you should be able to identify the voice of the young man uh who the police officer asks your name in all.
"bill evans" Discussed on KKAT
"All your favorite moments with the i man he will be back on tuesday so stay tune for all that we will also have lyle lovett joining guy man also kenny wing shepherds sub spy we take phone calls from all of you all your favorite moments and i'll have sports in just a couple of minutes and we'll have news right the rest of the morning will let you know when the president wakes up because then he'll be tweeting most likely and we'll tell you what he says about that but on top of all that let's get to some of the moments some of your favorite moments with the i'm an including of what when the army and had some issues with our favorite meteorologist early is my favorite meteorologist bill evidence on a country good narrowed bill evans drifted the weather having sounded like he was slightly era data the knee while he he certainly was out on time yeah he made the narrative that he may have bilic do now then i notice we've got an email from him yeah to all of us aren't primarily it'll lurafino and i'm copied on new york arnold yeah and so rosa bernard and there were you covered all rob no jalilian realize of robin tony are supposed to well whatever email from your show or the station management observer contacted me about time is up drew i know i never contacted him to germany bernie never devolve what one i mentioned lord to you or to bernard to conduct a bill about this sort of death has done did you ever conduct anybody emailed station email matt greg laporte unreturned no this guy greg thomas downstairs and agriculture station yes break swab yes craig so occurred did nothing about it then nobody has ever said anything to him to bill and he says i do believe in the for other hours thirty seconds short puts a loud crash run a 30second commercial we were out on time right penny said this semi the gop in a route unlike i'll lou held protracted me unlike how louisville ford road map served by a certain rural.
"bill evans" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Weather with meteorologist bill evans most about radio and tv is helping people figure out what mother nature's going to throw at a senate jersey i take very seriously making sure that we have the best most accurate with a foreign vessels 70s uh uh uh uh named ability the most important thing about my job is maintaining the trust of our audience every day weather with meteorologist bill evans live local on it seventy seven eight b c if it's eight five five eight five eight five 80 seven hits ya lago that's a more dominic carter in now naturally unique cabinet slice it cope knowing you probably would dog any down on off avenue in a little literally section that you should be in the bronx hitch now little albania little macedonia and little balkan when i was growing up the brothers didn't really venture over to author happen when too i got older but we would go to fordham road and have that pizza and a slight edge right for the voice of the drink and probably you on tremont too right gordon to neka in haunting venture over to the neck some of those let pain cool genes were going to chase you out baseball bat what i cannot believe that you are hating on megan marchal and prince harry i can't believe i mean this is a great joy everybody hair but you know some of your good storm i'll get off that shocked strap wa i want to talk about now is how your mayor comrade bill de blasio i mayor yeah has amended what his press spokesperson shed a while back that chicago deep teach pizza was better than any new york city peaches you remember that right yes but we both noted that is impossible well the mayor who loves the boston red sox and h h the new york team does the mayor.
"bill evans" Discussed on KKAT
"Out his well level gordon and we'll check in with jeff has done a daytona covering a hurricane score he was by the way is going to give us a call no no with gordon well nobody covers hurricane like jeff so we get him on a little bit later on and our boy bill evans also on hurricane duty says a cat four now but you know that so that becomes like they had it's downgraded but it's still a ridiculously powerful storm i you know we we were watching this category five and everybody thought oh my god category five and that was downgraded to a cat for you go but no is still a nuclear hurricane it's like two miles an hour off a cat fivesets where we arts audit 55 mile an hour winds so what's enough that if you stood outside it would blow you over what do you think probably right well i say that because they say the gus one sixth the are like a small tornado let the cat elegant f two three to a nato so that's what the wind's like right now northants to your core strength guns but you'd have tough time in twenty five thirty about our wealth fifty i got a nice calves of heart obama call window not going to ask calfmuscle taste is now yeah would blow you offer absolutely don't stand out in a cat four or five hurricane again word to the uae what else was coming up in the briefing this morning burning i have the always a colorful when opinionated charles barkley also steve bannon is going to be on sixty minutes sunday the release some excerpts and he said something about the catholic church all they need illegal aliens fill the aisles the nextradio funny as a catholic even cover steve but anyway cardinal dolan is responding to that and also bernie sanders responding to a hillary clinton's allegations that he caused her the election man i mean it's got the big book torched blaming everything except hurricane erma all that's well give our time that'll be of the the in the follow up who doesn't belong and why the illegal aliens i guess the pedal a.
"bill evans" Discussed on 790 KABC
"He had a bill evans for thing it is miles davis this is an iconic what kind of peace whereas miles and it was in there somewhere talk radio seven ninety km proceeds midday live dr drew mike catherwood gloria allred coming in the next hour love mazda ars the motto madam in here stephanie mandela near just a second miles davis said lord cler or it's going to discuss another woman coming forward against roman polanski and others other accuser out there yeah i really high and with all the goes on the world i don't remember from one day to the next why my hair was on fire but i even my here's qinshan i fire bit so where are you at with all the charlottesville drama i am ready q an island blue air all right now dugin for their invited to thank you you all or your kids all be active do some childcare to over there um some of my children are invited depend on any given moment on one will make harsh getting i really like them only only on that i like at this point i asked a question of my viewers and i'm gonna ask you the same one and we have much calls lined up i will get to some of them which was i i i'm trying to understand what's going on i can't make sense of it i'm very very disturbed sitting up at night like this is disturbing me that the situation in charlottesville and and violence this poor woman heather dying and and and i and i've just things is the howard stern he said something that made me.
"bill evans" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Meteorologist bill evans most about radio and tv is helping people figure out what mother nature's going to throw at us in a jersey i take very seriously making sure thing we have the best most accurate weather forecast seventy seven wsb the most important thing about my job is maintaining the trust of our audience every day weather with meteorologist bill evans live local on it so so you will be now back to the john batchelor show top i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show and speaking of jack hurst born to battle was the book grant and forest shilo vicksburg in chatanooga jack tells a complicated story of relationships and also class class was critical to the command structure of both the north and the south far more so to the south and i understood until jacks presentation beauregard who commanded at shilo church and johnston who was killed shallow church were superiors they had training they were military nights whereas nathan bed forest was a commoner who could ride any could shoot but he came from hardscrabble farming he was not advocated and he was disdained by his fellow officers as a partisan not as a regular soldier grants on the other hand came from a west point background but he'd been disgraced by his drinking and his misbehavior and has loneliness and had been broken out and the only thing that ever been good at as being as father son and his father will travel them over the course of the war but grandest relations with sherman is especially striking jack sherman came from welltodo they were adopted their family had troubles by his brother was in the senate other brothers were brought quite prominent in ohio sherman had been thomas's roommate at west point he was older than grand what was their relationship what what was it formed on why did sherman trust grant why did grant trust sherman well i think that uh sherman sherman had a the problem in kentucky in in late 1860s on winning he was in command in kentucky any you he and.
"bill evans" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Here's your forecast with channel seven meteorologist bill evans we've got beautiful weather in the overnight hours clear to partly cloudy skies temperature about sixty two around the fiber owes to fifty eight north of one is the high temperatures going to be right around eighty five but we have low hugo you let's warburg we'll look at it sunshine hot and humid weather friday the high is eighty eight will feel like ninety two there could be of of that is on the way today sunshine hot on salary hike ninety will 72 so john hot humid sunday high eighty eight chance of late discount sort of great for the july weekend skele this is meteorologist bill evans for seventy seven wbc your comes talk former president barack obama is put on the map in south los angeles correspondent jim roope explains there are already washington jefferson and adams boulevards a south la and soon there will be joined by barack obama boulevar city council has approved renaming rodeo road because it's where at rancho santa go park back in two thousand seven the mr obama announced his candidacy after president her wasn't says it's a small road less than four miles but it's not about the length of the street it's about the significance of the street in may state lawmakers approved naming a stretcher free in pasadena after the former president because it runs by accident oh college where mr obama attend jim roope los angeles and i'm lisa richie on seventy setting w abc where new york comes to talk sony so and you abc's studio view not good for another excellent we just staring at your computer it had to be done jio wabc radio job seventy seven now back to the john batchelor show on southern cal anyway.