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Fresh update on "boston" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:41 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "boston" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"Aspect the game plan aspect going in you know how we planned on the field and then off the field there was a lot of communication in terms of approaching a game in the New York with a three and 7 record in the NFC east Meantime the jets will look to snap a three game skid as they face the Texans this weekend Quarterback Zach Wilson is expected to make his return and he says he isn't worried about re aggravating his injury You know I feel like I can go out there and play my game and not worry about it And so I feel like that doesn't have to be a focus going forward I feel like I can just play ball and the training staff has done a great job of just doing everything they can help me out Wilson with four touchdowns in 9 picks before his injury last month Some afternoon hockey got Black Friday started rangers topping the bruins 5 to two in Boston Igor Shuster in with 34 saves to get New York its third straight win means the islanders lose their 8th straight after falling short to the penguins one to nothing It looks like the mets are adding a couple new players to the roster multiple outlets report the team and Eduardo Escobar are agreeing to terms on a two year contract Meantime outfielder Mark canna is also reportedly headed to New York on a similar deal On the hardwood the next can't get by the suns falling one 18 to 97 Julius Randle held to just 9 points on the night Kemba Walker led New York with 17 Meantime Phoenix with a 15 game win streak and Brooks Koepka is victorious after defeating Bryson DeChambeau for in three in the latest edition of the match the event was the shortest in the match series as what was scheduled to go 12 holes only went 9 after dechambeau conceded at the 9th hole with a Bloomberg sports update I'm.

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Bucs handle Giants...Magic blown out...Comeback honors

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 d ago

Bucs handle Giants...Magic blown out...Comeback honors

"AP sports I'm David Shuster the Phoenix Suns got off to a slow start this NBA season but they are in high gear now riding a thirteen game winning streak following Monday's one fifteen one eleven victory at San Antonio elsewhere Memphis scored the final seven points in their win on the road at Utah one nineteen one eighteen other winners included Brooklyn Charlotte Atlanta Boston Milwaukee Minnesota Indiana and Philadelphia who defeated Sacramento off the court lebron James and I'd say it's stored both suspended following their altercation Sunday James getting one game store getting too on the collegiate level this week's a people has Gonzaga at UCLA at numbers one and two both played in one Monday night inside a one oh seven fifty four over central Michigan UCLA seventy five sixty two over Bellarmine Gonzaga and UCLA face off later this week and then pro football Tom Brady keeps rolling on the seven time Super Bowl champion had a pair of touchdown passes is Tampa Bay blew out the New York Giants thirty to ten I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Fresh update on "boston" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:38 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "boston" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Gentlemen it's the Stephanie Miller show People are going to see the child tax credit The way they see social security Republicans have never liked social security but they can't get rid of it They don't like the child tax credit They all voted against it but we're going to stand strong No more requirements and continue this Thank you Thank you Senator sherrod Brown All right it is a basalt time here on Stephanie Miller showed Boston and Jamie summers are eating each other's faces I have my stand with Schiff T-shirt on for chairman Schiff coming up in a few minutes I have a wardrobe change I have two You might think it's okay I don't Are you gonna change on camera Uh sure I have my show prep that colonel Steve Austin 8 earlier for my interview with the number one New York Times bestselling author chairman Adam Schiff coming up and just a few minutes It'd be a shame if your bath salts eating dog maldy before you got to Adam That would be somehow this interview is not going to go like Rachel madder interview went Which is magic Is it just because her dogs aren't there Well I think that's true I don't believe that she proceeded.

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How the Regime Will Use Identity Politics in Framing the Waukesha Attack

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:37 min | 4 d ago

How the Regime Will Use Identity Politics in Framing the Waukesha Attack

"What you saw last night with, what's his name again? Daryl Edward Brooks, the black supremacist terrorist was nothing more than another outgrowth, or production of The Rain and the regime of identity politics. So what happened last night? Well, according to CNN, this is their latest news report. CNN puts this, they say 5 people have died and more than 40 are injured after an SUV plowed through a holiday parade and walk a show Wisconsin oh, so the SUV was a driverless car. You know, the SUV did not drive through the holiday parade. A BLM incorporated leader drove through the holiday parade. This is an important thing to go through because Daryl Edwards Brooks who was a radical pro BLM anti police anti capitalist mass murdering terrorist. He was out on a $1000 bail. Now what sort of worldview must you have to believe that we should relax bail standards for pedophiles or for terrorists? Just because of the color of someone's skin. Will this all started with the kamba he? River collective statement in 1977. It was a statement that was issued by radical black lesbian feminists based in Boston. In the statement it says the following, quote, this focusing upon our oppression. Is embodied in the concept of identity politics. It was the first time we ever had any reference to the phrase. Identity politics. Now, these black, lesbian feminists, from Boston, issuing the combahee river collective statement, they were the first ones to talk about the interconnectedness and identified and denounce the multiple systems of oppression that exist in our country. Now, what's really important, though, is that we call it identity politics. But the black lesbian feminists that wrote this for the first time, they actually hit it perfectly. They said instead of focusing upon identity, our identity is actually rooted in our oppression. You see, through the lens of what we call identity politics or critical race theory or woke ism or diversity equity inclusion or anti racism teaching which your children might have to experience in grade school or in high school. Is it emphasis that the currency that you trade with? That the way you get wealthy in a world dominated by identity politics is by having points of oppression. We call this the oppression Olympics. But then it goes a step deeper. It goes a level deeper. That identity politics, privileges, and elevates, the identities of people that are then therefore oppressed. The basic moral framework of identity politics is not agency, it's not choices, it's not your capacity to deal with stress, though instead it puts an emphasis on whether or not you are a member of an oppressed identity politic

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Fresh update on "boston" discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

00:39 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "boston" discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"Hello, everybody. Welcome back to the NBA front office show. We hope everybody had a very happy and safe Thanksgiving. We've got some NBA news to break down Keith. I did get my pumpkin pie, so I was happy about that. Hopefully you enjoyed your Thanksgiving as well. Got plenty of stuffing. That was your favorite Thanksgiving food. And here we are. Now we're rested and ready to go again. We had our night off from basketball. So I did watch a little college poly yesterday, not too much. We watched a movie as a family and then my wife and I caught up on she is a late comer to Succession. So we're watching that. So yeah, but all around was a nice day, good family day and now now back to the ground. I'll also say I just noticed you're wearing a Boston Celtic shirt. So that makes me feel a little bit better. I've been in the middle of some Lakers new stuff when we jumped into this. So not only do I have my Lakers background going right now, but I'm also wearing my Lakers nation shirt. So I now I feel like it's at least balanced out a little bit because you've got your Celtic shirt on. Yeah, it's all good. When you told me, yeah, I gotta record something on the Lakers. I was like, he's not gonna have time to change the bathroom. And that's partially on me because I have to do something here in a little bit. So I said, you know what out there are Celtic shirt on and now we're keeping the universe in balance. That's what all right. Thing balance as it should be just like Thanos wanted. Oh gosh. All right, let's get into John wall and that whole situation with the Houston Rockets some more news came out today from Mark Stein on his sub stack, essentially said that John wall because we talked about this the other day on Twitter he didn't seem super thrilled.

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NBA marks 75 years

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 5 d ago

NBA marks 75 years

"In marking its seventy fifth anniversary the development of the NBA reflects some social changes that have happened since nineteen forty six more from A. B. correspondent Norman hall NBA hall of Famer Wayne Embry who played eleven years starting in the late nineteen fifties says the sixties were dramatic because of racial tensions Celtics legend bill Russell was a social justice activists but Emery says the few black players in the league were at risk when you're on non guaranteed contracts if the ownership then like what you're doing or managed in like what you're doing you're gonna embrace who won an NBA title with Boston in nineteen sixty eight says opportunities for all black pro athletes expanded because the integrated Celtic lineup started racking up championships others were saw that happening and jumped on board Embry joined the front office of the Milwaukee Bucks in nineteen seventy one when he became the league's first black general manager he remains upbeat about the NBA the times are getting better keep getting better each year I Norman hall

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Fresh update on "boston" discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

00:46 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "boston" discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

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Tatum scores 37, Celtics beat Lakers in James' return

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Tatum scores 37, Celtics beat Lakers in James' return

"Lebron James return was spoiled by a big night from Jayson Tatum and the Celtics one thirty to one await win over the rival Lakers Tatum totaled a game high thirty seven points and eleven rebounds as Boston overcame an early fourteen point deficit to beat LA by twenty two whether anybody else believe it always tell myself when I get on the floor on the best player James finished with twenty three points after missing the Lakers last eight games with an abdominal strain the growth of the okay another good enough to know that I could trust my body get on and play Marcus smart contributed twenty two points and Dennis Schroder had twenty one in the Celtic sixth win in nine games Anthony Davis scored thirty one but couldn't save LA from its third straight loss given Coolbaugh Boston

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last week

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster we begin with college football number one Georgia and number two Alabama they're headed for an eventual showdown both again winning on Saturday Georgia defeating Tennessee forty one seventeen with quarterback Stetson Bennett accounting for a pair of touchdowns and he says the coaches are diversifying the offense they gave us more plays to run more plays and run the ball and throwing the ball there was a more balanced effort at all going into until like the last the last few drives which is what you wanna you offense as for number two Alabama it was over early as they crushed New Mexico state fifty nine three Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce young throwing for five touchdowns making coach Nick Sabin happy I thought we had great balance on offense without Bryce played really well on sack fumble really wasn't you know his fault continue the protection was better today but we we need to continue to try to you know shore up those things so that we don't get him hit elsewhere in the top ten number three Oregon number four Ohio state number six Michigan seven Michigan state nine Notre Dame and number ten Oklahoma state all winning their games but number eight Oklahoma suffering its first loss twenty seven fourteen at Baylor on the pro level Washington the biggest surprise in the NBA's Eastern Conference they're now nine and three after turning back Orlando with Miami Indiana Detroit Boston the LA clippers and Orleans just its second victory on the season the other winner Saturday night and HL Carolina now eleven into after getting by St Louis three to two pro football news the Green Bay Packers activating quarterback Aaron Rodgers off the reserve cobit list he will play against Seattle on Sunday but Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger he goes on that same list and will miss Sunday's game against Detroit and finally all of fame linebacker Sam Huff passing away at the age of eighty seven I'm David Shuster AP sports

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 Garland, Cavs erase 19-point deficit to beat Celtics 91-89

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Garland, Cavs erase 19-point deficit to beat Celtics 91-89

"The Cavaliers roared back from a nineteen point third quarter deficit to beat the Celtics ninety one eighty nine Cleveland went on a twenty four Forsberg to get back in the game and improved to nine and five Darius garland hit two free throws with nine point four seconds left but the Celtics still had a chance to force overtime until Dennis Schroder Mr jumpers time expired garland finished with twenty two points and six assists nobody we all just bought in and we know we had to get stops down the stretch so right now as I go you start to score rookie Evan moblie had nineteen points nine rebounds and three blocks Schroder scored twenty eight points gave Boston its final advantages eighty seven eighty five on a drive with one fifty nine left I'm Dave very

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Draisaitl has 2 goals and an assist, Oilers beat Bruins 5-3

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Draisaitl has 2 goals and an assist, Oilers beat Bruins 5-3

"Leon Dr Seidel had two goals and an assist as the Oilers stop the Bruins five three I think there's lots of things that we can improve on on that you know we don't have to score five goals every game to to win a game try side leads the NHL with twenty six points to more than teammate Connor McDavid McDavid had one assist to extend his scoring streak to twelve games to start the season Evan Bouchard Zach Hyman Cody CC also scored for Edmonton which avoided its first back to back losses of the season Linas hallmark stopped twenty three shots for Boston which lost at home for the first time this season David Pasternak a Brad Marchand scored for the Bruins I'm the ferry

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COVID-19 hot spots offer sign of what could be ahead for US

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

COVID-19 hot spots offer sign of what could be ahead for US

"Cobit nineteen hospitalizations are up in parts of the western and northern U. S. because of the contagious delta variant virus trends are improving in places like Florida Texas and other southern states but covert nineteen is spreading north and west heading into the winter as people go indoors close their windows and breed stagnant air in recent days a spike was reported at a college in Vermont link to Halloween parties and a Boston elementary school had to close in Michigan the metro Detroit area is considered a hot spot with nearly four hundred coalbed cases and hospitals are overwhelmed in New Mexico and Colorado health officials are lamenting how many people are no longer wearing masks and how many people chose not to get vaccinated Dr Donald Milton at the university of Maryland says we're going to see a lot of outbreaks in unvaccinated people that will result in serious illness and will be tragic I'm Jackie Quinn

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree Tuesday brought the opening night of the college basketball season with a couple of marquee matchups at Madison Square Garden in the first game of the night third ranked Kansas taught Michigan state eighty seven seventy four the J. hawks were paced by O. G. a biology who scored twenty nine points seventeen of which came after halftime in game two in Manhattan ninth ranked Duke top tenth ranked Kentucky seventy nine seventy one of the first game of Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski's final season freshman Trevor keels scored twenty five for the blue devils on the NBA hardwood Yanis antenna Kubo provided thirty one points and sixteen rebounds for the box and a one eighteen one oh nine victory at Philadelphia the jazz beat the hawks one ten ninety eight the clippers top Portland one seventeen one oh nine on the ice the Carolina hurricanes move to ten and one of the year thanks to an overtime goal for more teenagers giving Carolina a two one win over Tampa other NHL winners included Chicago St Louis Detroit New Jersey LA Boston San Jose at Vegas and Anaheim I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports

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Celtics crank up defense again, roll past Heat 95-78

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Celtics crank up defense again, roll past Heat 95-78

"The Celtics played air tight defense for a second straight night on the way to a ninety five seventy eight stifling of the heat Jaylen brown scored seventeen points to lead six Boston players in double figures the self what the back to back in Orlando and Miami by giving up an average of seventy eight and a half points on thirty three percent shooting Miami shot thirty five percent overall nine for forty one from three point range and manage a total of fifty five points in the final three quarters Jimmy Butler scored twenty points for the heat who finished the game without Kyle Lowry because of a sprained left ankle in the third quarter I'm Dave Ferrie

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Tiny house in wealthy Boston suburb sells for $315,000

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Tiny house in wealthy Boston suburb sells for $315,000

"Our unique tiny home in a Boston suburb have sold after about a month on the market in the Boston area is red hot real estate market it's hard to find a house that sold for less than the asking price in this case maybe it's because the home involved is only two hundred and fifty square feet the home in Newton Massachusetts is on three fifty eighths of an acre it went for three hundred fifteen thousand dollars after going on the market for almost four hundred and fifty thousand according to Coldwell banker the house built in nineteen seventy is described as a tiny studio home with a completely open living space lofted unfinished basement and a new bathroom several unusual homes in the Boston area have gone for high prices in the past several months including the famous ten foot wide skinny house sold in September for one and a quarter million dollars I'm Jennifer king

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Holiday Cups (MM #3879)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Holiday Cups (MM #3879)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. As you know, I spend a lot of time on social media, probably spend too much time on it, not just for work, but for pleasure. And it's always amazed me as to how people get excited about things. And I sometimes wonder if it's real or if it's for an effect. You would think right now, people would be talking about the elections that happened in New Jersey and Virginia and the new mayor in Boston and New York. Sure, people in those areas are talking about it. But right now, all I ever see on my timelines and I mean my timelines, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, are the fact that the new Starbucks holiday cups are finally out. Now I understand people getting excited about a specific drink coming back at Starbucks. It's almost like the pumpkin spice latte people getting excited when that comes back around each year. I don't see anybody talking about the Starbucks drinks that are coming back. They're talking about the four new cups, wrapping paper ribbons, holiday lights, candy cane, like it matters. It's a paper cup or a cardboard cup or whatever they make them out of. It's just a cup. What's in the cup that matters, doesn't it? I know I'm missing something here, but the way my timelines have been blowing up, you think it was something big.

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Holiday Cups (MM #3879)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Holiday Cups (MM #3879)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. As you know, I spend a lot of time on social media, probably spend too much time on it, not just for work, but for pleasure. And it's always amazed me as to how people get excited about things. And I sometimes wonder if it's real or if it's for an effect. You would think right now, people would be talking about the elections that happened in New Jersey and Virginia and the new mayor in Boston and New York. Sure, people in those areas are talking about it. But right now, all I ever see on my timelines and I mean my timelines, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, are the fact that the new Starbucks holiday cups are finally out. Now I understand people getting excited about a specific drink coming back at Starbucks. It's almost like the pumpkin spice latte people getting excited when that comes back around each year. I don't see anybody talking about the Starbucks drinks that are coming back. They're talking about the four new cups, wrapping paper ribbons, holiday lights, candy cane, like it matters. It's a paper cup or a cardboard cup or whatever they make them out of. It's just a cup. What's in the cup that matters, doesn't it? I know I'm missing something here, but the way my timelines have been blowing up, you think it was something big.

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DeRozan scores 37 as Bulls beat Celtics 128-114 to reach 6-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

DeRozan scores 37 as Bulls beat Celtics 128-114 to reach 6-1

"The martyr Roseanne poured in thirty seven points in the polls rallied from nineteen down in the second half to beat the Celtics one twenty eight one fourteen Zach lavine's scored twenty six points to help Chicago outscored Boston thirty nine eleven in the fourth quarter Nikola vucevic chat eleven points ten rebounds and nine assists for the six and one bulls rookie I would assume got into the scoring mix with a season high fourteen points including a trade the put your cargo up one oh six one oh five Jaylen brown scored twenty eight for the Celtics who have lost three in a row to fall to two one five I'm Dave Ferrie

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Jim Carafano Knows Why Vaccine Reluctance in Eastern Europe Is So High

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

Jim Carafano Knows Why Vaccine Reluctance in Eastern Europe Is So High

"That. Why did you bring up the former KCB colonel Tim capano? So as we were talking before the break, I just did a swing through Europe. Some of the choices of Europe. Yeah, and it was in Romania and Moldova and I was saying that one of the real, you know, we talk about vaccines here in the differences in those countries, the vaccine usage rate is extremely low. Even though they have plenty of vaccine and they have lots of infrastructure because the countries are bombarded every day with Russian disinformation, saying all kinds of crazy. But use the technical phrase in the break. You said, because the Russians of Boston's. Right. Exactly. Because here's the Russians aren't doing this because they have questions about the vaccines or they want because they're not mandatory in these countries. They're doing it because they want to make these countries as ungovernable as possible. So trying to destabilize. This is what I said. We used to teach together. At these JPM EVs, military institutions, if you just want to understand Russia today, all you need is all I used to say is it is an anti status co actor. They just want to stir. Wherever it is, Middle East, eastern, they just want to stir, right? Just to see what can I get out of it? Destabilize. Because and they're getting people killed. And these aren't like, these aren't like in America to make where I'm young. I'm healthy. I had COVID. These are all vulnerable. These are old, vulnerable. I'm healthy. Who are going to die if they would die if they got the flu for God sakes. And the Russians don't

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Andersen’s SO sends Hurricanes to franchise-best 6-0-0 start

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Andersen’s SO sends Hurricanes to franchise-best 6-0-0 start

"Goalie Fredrik Andersen made thirty three saves for Carolina as the hurricane shut out the visiting Boston Bruins three nothing Tony deangelo opened the scoring in the first period for the hurricanes giving them a one nothing lead after the first Carolina would add to their lead as Nino Niederreiter is deflected pass found its way into the net to make it to nothing Carolina after the second Andrei Svechnikov would add an empty netter in the final minute of the third period Boston failed to score in all five of its power play opportunities Carolina is a franchise best six oh one no to start the season Dennis **** rally North Carolina

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 The Latest: Álvarez starts in outfield for Astros in Game 3

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

The Latest: Álvarez starts in outfield for Astros in Game 3

"The World Series shifts to Atlanta for game three on Friday after the Braves in astro split the first two games in Houston in Anderson goes to the mound for the Braves in their first World Series home game since nineteen ninety nine he'll be opposed by Luis Garcia who got the victory in the game six clincher against Boston in the AL CS Anderson started the NLCS clincher it will be the first World Series pairing of rookie starter since the two thousand six opener each team has earned seven two victory so far the Astros even the fall classic on Wednesday as Jose Altuve a Homer and Jose or kiedy worked five strong innings I'm Dave Ferrie

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last month

Update on the latest sports

"Sports I'm John the US rules are bank of the World Series after a seven to win over the Atlanta Braves have been a big park Adams believe has more from Houston with the game tied at one the bottom four hitters in the Astros order came up with four straight singles to give the Astros a lead they would never relinquish Jose Altuve a finished two for five with a home run as Jose or TV became the first Mexican border pitcher to earn multiple wins in the World Series by holding the Braves to two runs over five innings to the association but he got twenty four points and nine rebounds from bam Adebayo as Miami two alternates one oh six ninety three elsewhere Trae young had thirty one points as the hawks bested the pelicans one oh two ninety nine deangelo Russell poured in twenty nine points as the Timberwolves took care of the box one thirteen one await Washington down Boston by a score of one sixteen one oh seven Russell Westbrook with the report group full double twenty points fourteen assists thirteen boards of ten turnovers of the thunder ended up prevailing with a one twenty three one fifteen when the Hornets are foreign one after a one twenty one eleven win over the magic elsewhere the king's top the sons one ten one oh seven it was Cleveland ninety two the clippers seventy nine and Portland defeated Memphis one sixteen ninety six the raptors one in Toronto for the first time in six hundred twelve days taking care of the Pacers one eighteen one hundred in the NHL the Florida Panthers are off to a supplemental start after a four one win over the Boston Bruins elsewhere Philadelphia beat admitted five three three games going to overtime all three with identical results Dylan Larkin with the game winner as the red wings up into the capital street to the golden knights beat the stars while the maple Leafs edged the Blackhawks I'm John literate AP sports

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:57 min | 2 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"What's the message. You want to deliver tumor genie this afternoon. In what specifically do you want to hear from her. So i i do give credit because this is the first. I've heard as mayor and i've been married for six years now This is the first time. I've heard from any mayor boston or leader working collaboratively on this specific issue. So i i do give her credit and the willingness to be able to do that and i'm happy to work towards responsible regional solutions Mayor jenny knows that the challenges of mass and cavs probably better than anyone and this is. It's in her neighborhood. And i will send with her to work toward more. Buy in from cities and towns throughout the region. It's not one communities burden to bear alone. it's obscene reveres. It's not City of boston. We have to be together and and work together on that. And she's she's right about that but it can't just be displacement to to another community either and we need a real coalition. We need a real regional solutions. We need something that's responsible And actually i look forward to talking to mayor janey about today. That was revere mayor. Brian regan. He is speaking with acting mayor. Kim genia boston a little later this afternoon. So let's get some more context on the situation unfolding act that area around massachusetts avenue in melania kaspovar. Wbrc deborah. becker was listening in on. That conversation with rigo joins us now deb. Welcome back thank you. So i'm just going to start by asking you your reactions to what you just heard. Well i i think he's got a point If if he did in fact learn of this Through a voicemail and was not getting consistent information then i think that mayor rigo Certainly has reason to have a lot of questions and a lot of concerns about this proposal. and the you know comparing it to what happened in revere for covert and being able to set up Some sort of emergency services on quick notice. He's right he had partners. He had the state and in this case It doesn't seem to be the same. So i think his concerns are legitimate at the same time There are real problems in that neighborhood of boston. in boston has been trying for a long time to get other communities involved in to get help and it hasn't happened at this point so mary rigo and i didn't discuss this deb. But the neighborhood. Around mass and cass recently. Put a stop to a plan to house. People have vacant best western roundhouse in the area correct. That's right Victory programs had a contract to use two floors of that hotel for up to thirty..

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:38 min | 2 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"This is radio boston. I'm tian during boston. Wants thirty hotel rooms. At the quality. In in revere they are for people currently in the area of massachusetts avenue and melania cast boulevard who are experiencing homelessness and addiction. The city of boston says it wants to use the rooms for transitional housing and wraparound services for people at mass and cast but revere mayor brian rigo is against it. Saying there has been no plan and that makes the idea dangerous. Acting boston mir kim janey and mayor areso are set to meet and talk out their differences later this afternoon. We caught up with mayor a rigo little earlier today. And i asked why specifically he objected. I wrote a letter to the bus. Probably health mission especially my immense frustration. And it's been more around the fact that there is no plan you know we've heard a lot about a regional plan. We've heard a lot about How we can potentially help these folks. We haven't seen any details You know as i said in the letter. I don't even know how many rooms are looking to rent from the quality and in revere And so when we were when we found out about this which didn't happen the way. These things orderly happened happened through a voicemail. You know there was some frustration but ultimately what we need to do is make sure that we're meeting the need of humanitarian crisis. We cannot just move people in boston and ship them to another city. We need to have a real regional plan of responsible regional plan. This is a situation where all hands should be on deck And that includes the governor that includes the attorney general that includes the da and includes metro. Boston mayors multiple mayors in multiple cities are coming together convening and figuring out how to roll up our sleeves and and and tackle this. It doesn't mean just moving people from one city to another and that is what we've what we've seen so a lot to unpack there. I'm going to pull some of the threads and what you just said mayor. We're going. i'm going to start kind of small. The city confirmed a w. b. u. r. That the pilot proposals for thirty rooms did they. Did you get inconsistent numbers of rome's from the city or did you just not know what the size was so we had heard everything from one hundred sixty two thirty and it depend on. Were talking to. We got different numbers at that and his thirty more attractive. Assuming well well we wanna make sure is that. There's an operational plan right. We wanna make sure that that there are a there are other regional partners. A part of this that their seats tickles. Set a part of this that this isn't just something where putting thirty beds and in one place and and and that's it what i haven't heard are who are the other partners that were were we'd be working with. What is the operational plan around that. And how do we make sure that we have the resources to be able to meet the needs of of the folks that are going to be there. So that's i'm gonna. I'm gonna pick that up for a second. I'm sorry to interrupt you. So you're really emphasizing sort of the the coordination the regional strategy the planning and clarify you're not objecting in principle to housing people who are experiencing homelessness and addiction from the mass and cast area in revere you're not objecting to that. It's the process by which this is happening. My understanding you correctly but We've that's from our own experiences. We were We spearheaded the the covert hotel that was at the quality inn and that took leaders from the region coming together and working together..

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

02:35 min | 2 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Councillors were the top vote-getters in yesterday's historic preliminary election among five candidates of color and four women. It has been cordial substantive race. But now that we're down to two candidates who truly differ encore boston issues and who have forty eight days to make their mark. We wonder what does last night teach us about ourselves. And what should we expect from the race ahead while joining us to talk about it. Wbu our senior political reporter. Anthony brooks and boston globe reporter meghan irons anthony. Meghan welcome back meghan high at the idc on a nice to be here again. I'm so glad to have you back. I've been looking forward to this because we last spoke with the two of you last thursday before. Wbu ours mayoral debate. Lot has happened since then including the primary. So i wanna start anthony with wykeham made of the results unity. Did anything surprise you. The numbers were slow to come in. But as we've gotten more what's piqued your interest the most well there's so much that's piqued my interest. But i mean. I guess i'll just sort of jump in with two thoughts. I mean it's perhaps not surprising that. The two at large city councillors prevailed because they already had citywide support that the other candidates didn't and wu's case for the past two election. She's been the biggest vote-getter on the boston city council. So so that wasn't surprising. In retrospect and that should help her in november. I guess the other big thought that i have to is. There's a stark difference now between these two candidates and and it wasn't always clear during the run to the preliminary about what the differences were between these candidates but you know who was the darling of progressive she was endorsed by elizabeth warren. She's running on a progressive platform. Talking about a citywide green new deal. And and already aside georgia's saying you know what the mayor of boston can't mandate rent control. The mayor of boston can't make the tea free so i think there's going to be a stark choice between a young progressive who sort of attracts those new voters and a slightly more moderate Candidate who is much more in tune with sort of older. Perhaps more conservative boston. I think it's going to be a pretty stark choice so we have some sound from that. Anthony let's use it here. This is an niece. Ib george Talking about what. You can't do as mayor here. She is the mayor of boston. Cannot make the tea free. The mayor's boston cannot mandate rent control. These are issues. The state must address in partnership..

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:15 min | 2 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"These flags for the crowd and the stadium just erupts as his brothers. See him and take their helmets off and there is just absolutely incredible. Moment that they images etched in my mind forever. And i watched five or six times this weekend. Kind of reliving that and it just really captured the power of this moment and how badly we needed to breed as a country and you know it may be stupid. Sports rate is a bunch of grown adults throwing a ball around the field and keeping track of points like it doesn't matter in the grand scheme of things but at the same time it gives us such an opportunity to come together and to resume these cultural rituals. We have and to feel connected in a way that we need it so badly in that moment and it just reminds me of where we're at. Now he has we do have these kind of to split groups of thought right one saying we need to get back to normalcy. We need that in our lives and another saying it's not it doesn't make sense to take the risks to do that to play a game and and we're kind of seeing that play out right now. Is this weekend kind of stadium packed full of people screaming for their teams. Like you're talking about. Yeah and it did. Chris i wanna stand that for a minute because stands were packed. This was the first time patriot fans have been able to attend to real games since january of twenty nineteen from fandom standpoint. That's really important at the same time when folks return to stadiums after nine eleven. There wasn't a risk that they could hurt each other right and it's different this time absolutely and it was jarring the see. I mean we've talked about some of the protocol that gillette stadium's put in place in terms of mobile tickets cashless concessions. And you know. You're you're basically agreeing that you don't have symptoms by showing up but there's no vaccine requirement and and it's it's pretty concerning when you see people packed into a tight arena like that and knowing they're going to be there for three or four hours screaming in and you know eating and drinking. It's hard not to worry about what the effects are going to be on the road and yet You know by accident. Really my family and i were at the first red sox game after the boston marathon bombing and while everyone was terrified that by going to the game you might be creating a set of gravity for another attack going back. L- claiming that normalcy also felt like an important statement. I think there was something beautiful about having a sunday. Full of football and setting aside that other stuff kind of feeling like it was okay to to forget about that for a few hours and to cheer your team on and and to to care about stupid stuff right it was like having the freedom to care about something that ultimately doesn't matter for a few hours i think we all just kind of desperately need that relief in one way or another i had so let's see if we can make that transition now because people are back in the stands and for a lot of new englanders being part of red sox nation or patriot. Nation is part of the joy of being here. you wanna talk a little bit of football. I would love to know..

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:45 min | 2 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"That's seems to be tied to her support for a green new deal for boston The the her stance on climate change. There's a group called the green advocacy project seems it has some ties to the bernie sanders twenty sixteen campaign. They're they're pouring money into to super pacs supporting supporting woo. So it's a i. It really is a fascinating web of kind of seeing where where this money is going. And why it's going some of it has to be a kind of guesswork because a lot of these aren't talking so you said at the beginning of our conversation superpac. Money tends to come either from unions or from wealthy individual individuals. I do understand. There's a lot of money behind acting boston. Mayor kim janey from the hospitality workers union but also the boston globe columnist shirley. Leong has recently wrote that. There's developer money coming to genius. Well can you tell us a little bit about that sure. There's a wide expectation among observers that developer money will Poor in If if he makes it into the final which polls indicate that she that she will And and part of that may be driven by her criticism of the development process in boston. it's she. She has criticized the boston redevelopment authority which has been rebranded as as friendlier Friendlier planning department But it's also something that keep in mind. Every every election cycle had draws criticism about development process in boston What's what's interesting is that the developed developers here very interested in in how it plays out and whether wu is the makes it instant mayor's office of course noting that wou- supports rent control and actually we saw some sparring about that here at wbrc space last thursday night with a debate that cosponsored with the boston globe that sparring was with john bureau. Some we haven't talked about him yet. Do we know if they're superpac. Money supporting barrows. So his his super pac has been a quieter.

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

02:10 min | 2 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"He felt the fatigue of his task as though he had come to a place where end and beginning were the same and in the time he'd spent on that mountain everything it changed. He lifted his ears to listen and her nothing. No steps of animals. They'll whisper of trees no snap insects. No lapping waves. A silence is cold and strange him as winter. He wondered how long he had been sitting there for. Just a moment. The earth stood still when the leaves of the force began to russell and the ghostly wail balloon floated across the surface of the water he rose and stretched and turned so the great bear was over his right shoulder and he set out moving west along the shore the sky beginning to pale behind him like the world itself being born thoughts. Talk about the ending the end of humanity. But it's almost happy. Well yeah. I think what. I what i was imagining was a way in which we could think about existence of humanity as something that's part of stories the flesh as dies. There's there are no more humans but the story of humans is captured in lives on in here nature the animals and the trees in the very. You know very water. We've just been over and to me that that seemed okay. Maybe that's what we need to think about if there's a sense of what's the climate lean to us. What is the environment mutual us. There's a we should sort of like go. The hubris we are the beginning and the end and just tinkle ourselves part of the middle. That radio boston's chris. Citric speaking with author andrew creebec about crocs newest novel the bear. Hey we'll be back on air at seven. Don't miss it. Wbz radio boston partnering with the boston globe. Wc channel five. And the john double w mccormick graduate school of policy and global studies at umass boston.

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:24 min | 2 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Which picture is the best candidate on education affordability public safety this week. John santiago who dropped out of the race in july endorsed janey Janey of course was also endorsed by this movement called what kanda too. Which is an effort by the city's black community to coalesce the black boat behind The mayor and aside georgia's as megan mentioned has been endorsed by police and fire unions including former police police. Commissioner william cross which shore up her reputation as the more moderate candidate. So you know that's a that's a snapshot of where some of the big endorsements are so man. Nope i'm going to you. I was going to say there's a big debate about whether how well these these endorsements lay out with. Folks i mean do they really mean anything. And i think it's going to come down to who has the best get out the vote operation and who can convince these eight percent who are still on the fence and and i think the this. This election is a standard election despite its historic nature And so turn out is going to be regular as they would in any other municipal election in a mayoral year. And so this is going to not be on decided on who's endorsing who but it's going to be decided on who can bring their voters out in droves to the polls to vote and get those early votes in early and that's going to be the test of both of all three candidates vying for second right now so right now so anthony before we turn to tonight. Just very briefly. Any candidate particularly stands to gain from either high out or low turnout. Well that's a great question. I mean the sort of conventional thinking is a low turnout. Election is going to favor a sort of more conservative candidate because the folks who are coming to the polls are the usual voters. So the thinking is that a cyber. George would benefit from a low turnout election. When you've got lots of new people coming to the polls then you know. The city is ready for change You know think of presley's remarkable campaign and upsetting upsetting michael piano. She got lots of new people out to the polls that meant change. That meant a change candidate so meghan. I'm gonna come to you. I i love building that debate bingo card. So looking ahead to tonight. Obviously i won't be playing bingo because i'll be moderating none the less thank you. What you with your colleague by the way adrian walker. What should some of the messages beat what. What do people need to get across tonight. What needs to be on those cards. Well i think for kim janey. She has to demonstrate that she has a plan to continue to lead boston through november second and his convinced people who are kind of doubting her right now. The poll that we had earlier showed that people thought. She's doing a great job as mayor but that has not translated into into whether or not they want her to continue to lead the city so she has to show in through her performance tonight that she is.

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Our teachers without the adequate services and resources to deal with it. We as i said you know. Some of the some people call it referred to as social determinants of health that that now the things that we know. If if if a family isn't isn't isn't house properly. They had food insecurities if the households not safe etc. You probably going to be on the wrong side of health. Disparities the same thing for our schools. We need to make sure that our students are ready to learn by the time they get to school. For most of our kindergarteners they get to school with they. Fifteen hundred word gap when you're talking about brown and black kids as opposed to someone from their white counterparts. This is something that we can deal with. But we also have a high rate of housing instability in our schools. About five thousand holiest kids but many more thousand housing insecure children that are going to our schools. We have the marshall all of boston's resources and supports to aim them at our family and children in our schools and give them a chance for success and then we need coordinating. All of our school programs in a way that serves are most needed. So i hear you. Those are also huge systemic issues. How does a mayor in a four year term. Turn that ship. Yeah great question. I think the first and foremost is in investments right so i will flow for billion dollars in boston. Bonds party will be green bonds to make sure that we have climate resilience school buildings. And and i will make sure we also have social justice bonds as part of the debt that we issue will issue those at two and a half percent. Why because we have triple a bond rating in our in our city and as a a city official. We did a great job to make sure. Boston can can issue some of the cheapest debt in the country that will cost us about eighty million dollars a year so we can build within the next eight years or so a new school building in every in every neighborhood making sure that.

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Radio Boston

03:34 min | 3 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

06:51 min | 3 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"All of the people involved. Think it just comes down to. We have to consciously choose to tell those stories because there's so much information that we now know about these buildings. There's so much. Research has gone into this not mine own necessarily but other people's as well if you look at the spaces that are In the backs of buildings of basis in the addicts spaces that are on the second floor of churches. That's where you get that other story but it is a conscious choice and that's important and that's one of the things that there's really happening right now. That may not have happened decades ago. But it's a good step in the right direction. I wonder to you included in your honorable mention section The indigenous fish weird Which were here. Thirty six hundred bc. Tell us about those. So one of the things that i had to do with the book was to set parameters about what i would define as a building so i had to do things like it had to have a roof. It couldn't just be a foundation and that was to rule out a bunch of things like a of tombs and walls and things like that are staircases that preserve that are out and about but not part of houses With the fish weirs. It didn't have a roof but it is a structure. It is a building technically but not in terms of what people i think would expect to see in the book But for me. It was really important to acknowledge that. Not only the fishmongers an important building in the history of boston but is the oldest building that we know in this region. They've been here for five thousand years in some cases Incredibly important one of the largest manmade structures in the country That goes back that far and you described them sure. Yeah so the The native fish weirs built by the massachusetts. People here in boston where built a by taking Saplings and small pieces of tree branches and things like that and hammering them into the clay in back bay at low tide. Thousands of years before back bay was filled so at low tide. You walk out onto a mudflat and build these fence like structures and at high tide especially in the spring the c would cover them up completely and fish. That would swim up rivers like alewife herring with us up. The charles river spun up river watertown that area and then come back down the charles river at low tide. The water would go down and now the fences are officially out of the water. In two three foot of water and the fish would be captured behind the fences and the native people would be standing there in their canoes or on foot capturing by the thousands fish and drying them on the comments There there's thousands of pieces of lear still under back bay were. I found over one hundred years ago and they've been the popped up a few times since during construction projects and something. We actively look for When products are proposed in back bay. I love the you included that because it also reminds us of the history of the land itself where these where these buildings are in boston has if you open a book about boston history and it starts with insects. Thirty close the book because most of that story has already been ignored. The reality is the history. The the human story of boston begins at least ten thousand years ago with native people and that first ten thousand years of history represents over ninety seven percent of the storyline of boston. So if you wanna read the last page of the book than read a book that starts in sixteen thirty. Do you mind if we walk over to old north jerry. I'm gonna follow you. I don't trip here on the cobblestones. Next thing about doing the old buildings in boston is basically follow the freedom trail. And you'll hit most until you get to the outer neighborhoods narrow walking just along the side of the church year israeli regional bricks to there in great shape. Good shape mortis been replaced. A few times tends to be the first thing to go. Look good probably built out of medford bricks probably people though any connection to the royal family. Probably i don't know if it's a direct We don't know if they were enslaved people involved in the project but it would be pretty surprising if there weren't that kind of labor. Data's not well recorded I believe that the church is really looking into that kind of information. See trying to see if it's could be found anywhere because it is an important part of that story. Should that change how we think about it. The story of enslavement is part of the history of boston. And it's not just old north. The people of boston in the seventeen hundreds the wealthy people especially were directly involved in the direct enslavement of people. The people who lived in boston who are not enslaving. People were buying goods made by enslaved people. They were relying on the economy that was supported by enslaved people. There is no innocent person in the eighteenth century. Boston that is a free person. Who's benefiting from the economy that hasn't had some benefit from enslavement. So if you point the finger at one or two symbols and say that needs to go because of that story. What i think is really really more important than trying to put all the blame on one or two things is to better understand. How pervasive ubiquitous enslavement. Wasn't this to the history of boston. What do you hope people learn from your book learn from looking at at just the sampling of fifty buildings and learn from boston's history. It's not all sunshine and roses but that's parts that aren't sunshine and roses are interesting important and need to be told and need to be considered thought about memorialized and can come to terms with. There's a lot of exciting fun funny. Things that happened in the book There's a lot of exciting fun and funny things. That happened in boston's history. But i think in twenty twenty one where as a as a community as a nation really start stopping and saying we need to check ourselves and make sure that we are not overlooking people who were oppressed in time in past and are still oppressed today. Because of the legacy of that oppression. We don't only have to talk about the bad but if we don't consider the bad with the good we are deliberately choosing to do so. At this point we can no longer hide our heads in the sand and say that history. We don't really understand it or get. It's not really out there findable. Yeah it's findable it's out there it's been talked about is being talked about the folks that are involved with these organizations that old north. Paul revere and all these other places are actively going after this history to make sure that the public knows about it. they're coming to terms with directing it and all of them really are are trying to make actionable moves to address it. Correct it and make some sort of change because of it. Well joe thank you for your time today. Thank you for coming out here and join this beautiful day. That was joe bagley. The city archaeologist and director of archaeology for boston. He's also author of the new book boston's oldest buildings and where to find them..

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

06:59 min | 3 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Next let's go to the north end boston's oldest neighborhood with someone who knows quite a bit about old things in boston. My name is joe bag. And i'm the city archaeologist and director of archaeology new title For the city of boston we met up recently on a perfectly sunny summer day. Unlike today bag lease the author of a new book. Boston's oldest buildings where to find them an eclectic collection of the oldest still standing structures in our city and the stories. They tell us about ten thousand years of lived history here from private homes. That you've probably never heard of two ones. You most definitely have as we are standing. Just outside of the power of your house The second oldest house in the city of boston and this is one of my first time downtown in almost two years. now and Really shocked by the number of people that are out and about which is good thing but it's different. how does it feel. Yeah it feels alive The weather's amazing and everybody seems happy. And glad to be here I'm happy glad to be here. So it's definitely mutual. Let's talk about the paul revere house because you just said the city feels alive and vibrant again right and in some ways an old building can feel old so tell us about this building and both its history and then what it means today. Sure so made history being one of the three remaining seventeenth century buildings in the entire city of boston and because they're so rare generally it's one of the few remaining seventeen hundred buildings in the country. Really it is a real piece of what the landscape and the streetscape of boston felt like three hundred plus years ago. And i think that that's really what it brings to this neighborhood but also brings to tourism industry. It really is about it's continual existence for over three hundred years. That's the real story to me. Is that it's still here and still looks like a. Does it has medieval vibe to it. It's got the tiny windows with diamond glasses. it's got the site overhang on the second story. The gigantic chimney it's crooked yeah a little bit It's been beautifully restored on top of that this from literally where we're standing right now is one of the few places i think in the definitely in the city where you can look at us seventeenth century and eighteenth century and nineteenth century twentieth century. And a twenty first century building. Boston hasn't stopped growing. And it's it's a it's a living cities a growing city at needs to grow We need to make sure we preserve significant properties so that they can be part of that story but the reality is we can't put a glass dome over the city and expect that it can survive. So so actually. Yeah talk to me about that. In terms of the paul revere house because in reading your book. I learned that it wasn't just paul revere house and then today the living museum it served many purposes throughout the centuries and that sort of highlighted the changes that were going on in boston in time. And that's something. I noticed with all of the The buildings in the book is that they're here basically because they still provided a service and function for the people of boston so they started off as a private home. It remained a private home for essentially the first two hundred years of life. Then right around. Eighteen hundred turned into a boarding house for recently arrived immigrants and people passing through the area to tell now but we are right on the shoreline of boston and within feet of where we're standing was docks and boats and sailors and constant movement of people So the house it served many people passing through the neighborhood and then it transformed to a house museum in one thousand nine hundred unlike many of the houses in the area which were then taken down and turned into slightly higher brick row houses. Four five six stories that you see now in the north end kind of make the north end vibe. That you that you feel when you're in the neighborhood so this one kind of got paused in the nineteen hundreds but it is part of that. Continuous story had had storefronts in the front on the first floor as many of the buildings still do on today and then its purpose. Went from being purely functional as living place to his place of history. I also wanted to ask you about boston's complex complicated history on race and and slavery. there is something striking. I understand what you have to you know. Make a conceit verbal crichton But there is something striking about looking at owned property and and thinking about who through history was allowed to own property and who was deemed property. So how do you think about that history. Yeah one of the challenges with doing the research and understanding the stories of the buildings in the book is that for many. Many many years stood up preservation efforts of both the public and the preservation community for focused on the nicest the oldest the fanciest buildings and those really got emphas- emphasize for preservation. Which that means is that the folks who were at the bottom of the social and economic scale the enslaved people the widow's children. Who don't have their own money Their stories and their buildings and their properties are being are were less preserved and unfortunately have fewer of them now to preserve because of that by going back to the store records though most historic house museums including the revere your house are going back to their records deliberately seek out those underrepresented stories of enslaved people of minorities of women of children who don't get written about as much And so by focusing on those stories today or philly all those missing gaps as much as we can to. It's a kind of double edged sword where it's an important thing to look at today but we've lost so much information along the way our next stop we're gonna walk over to old north church. Which in recent years has also sort of going through its records as well and finding where the funding for its steeple. Came from for example was was for my a rich boston Slave owner Faneuil hall named after. Peter faneuil notorious of slave owner as well so slave trader marching slave. Merchants so I guess i'm wondering so in your research for these buildings. Did you find records of both who built them and how they were paid for most of the time the building the information about who built them specifically with actual laborers were was hidden under a layer of the many. The owners were themselves builders so they were trades. People bricklayers house rights. They may have enslaved people who were then used as laborers on the properties. That were being built with the buildings. What we get for the ones that are still standing are permitted primarily people who were enslavers themselves. We only have one building in the top fifty. That was actually built for a black person. that's lampien middleton house on beacon hill the rest of them may have had black people living in these houses but not for the first couple of centuries where they lived in occupied by free black bostonians so as we think about preserving these these historic sites. How should we also think about then telling the stories of.

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:28 min | 3 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Services to all of our kids that we stopped disproportionately placing black and brown boys in particular into sub separate classrooms that we are fulfilling that promise of literacy especially to our youngest learners. We're gonna wanna work to do when it starts in pre k. and really it starts well before kids enter our school district all the way through graduation n beyond in that. We give opportunities to all of our kids every day. So i wanna talk about housing and we're going to do the toughest part of that. I constantly the boston globe published a story a couple of weeks ago detailing how your office opposed a project in front of the zoning board of appeal that would have blocked the views of a neighbouring property which was a twenty four unit luxury condo building in south. Boston owned by your spouse. You've said you didn't know about your spouse's involvement began Talking to council quote as soon as we were made aware of even the potential of conflict and quote in order to address any potential conflicts of interest. I want to ask you. How didn't you know it would seem that clarity. On those dealings and about the extent of the conflict of interest requirements would be paramount for someone in an elected city role. So this project was not my husband's project that was before the va and there was no reference to my husband's business. In if there had been my staff as they always would do would have content would have left the room and not participated in any deliberations. I've been on the city council for almost six years. Now or my staff and i have been steadfast commitment to hold ourselves to the highest possible standard and to keep separation between his work in my work on the council. And you know this happened here in my staff as they always do took into consideration The position of the district councillor of other elected officials of the community in most importantly the community in as we always do we work with the neighborhood would work with the civic associations we work with our residents and understand their position in this case they were opposed and as the neighborhood was opposed in the district. Councillor was opposed by sex staff followed suit as they always do in also opposed that project. It was not one. go ahead. Go ahead no no go ahead is. It wasn't until the globe our to our attention that it was a project that was immediately but it abutting a project that my husband had been involved in time period before. And that's when we reached out to a legal counsel and have notified and are now working with the state ethics commission. So let's pick it up there so this one got through. How do you assure voters that something else. Get through if you became mayor and is there anything you wish you had already had in place. So we've had great protocol and process in place and that system has been developed over these many years in office. I do recognize though as mayor. I will be held when even higher standard and my husband in his business will not be doing any new business here in the city of boston. I understand as mayor of the city..

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Radio Boston

05:31 min | 4 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Boston pride is no more now. That's true for the organization. But what does that mean for the lgbtq movement last friday the board of directors of boston pride announced it would disband the organization after mounting criticism over its failure to diversify its leadership and better represent the trans community and people of color. We have been covering the controversy around boston bride here on radio boston for more.

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

02:50 min | 5 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"This idea of solidarity which came up and we'll talk about some other podcast episodes as well but there was so much in this idea of zero sum that seemed to get at the heart of anti-racist work you talk about solidarity It really resonated with me and doing anti-poverty poverty work people often argue that we deprive ourselves when we hold others back from being their full selves. I think of mona lisa smith and mothers for justice inequality in boston talking about you know. Every child is our child A year ago. When you and i talked i i asked you about policies that may be needed to be in place in boston. And you rightly said. At the time i just got here. Gimme a second. But it's it's been a year now. Are there policies especially policies towards poverty or children in boston that you think we need to see or reverse in order to become a more anti-racists city so few years ago a young one of the youngest mayors in the country but enabled michael tops Was mayor of stockton california and he decided to to to inaugurate a basic income program which he would provide a basic basically checks to to local people to particularly impoverished people and then study what type of effect it has on their lives study even what type of effect how they used the my and in that program that he started in stockton his spread around to other cities. And why can't we have a pilot basic income program in boston. The original study found that people do what other people would do it when they get extra money. They pay bills. They go back to school. They do things that that allow them to become more more productive. This thought that low income people are going to quote by sneakers a waste away. Money has never really been proven by science and by providing funds for people it lifts them out of poverty and so so you know poverty and in the city is disproportionately my understanding black and brown until it could. It's something that could lift sort of people out of poverty. We did have The town administrator in in chelsea after they did a pilot of guaranteed basic income program and the evaluation of it found that it was targeted towards hunger. In that people spent the majority of people spent the money for some foremost on food to underscore what you're saying. Are you ready to go to the phones. Are you ready to take a call..

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

02:27 min | 5 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Welcome back in command and as we start this conversation. I should note right at the top for full transparency. That boston university holds the broadcast license for us here at wbz. You are so. I was thinking this morning professor candy. The first time i spoke with you was exactly one year ago today here on radio boston. You were moving to boston to start the center You and i have talked a couple of times since then here on the show at another event. And we're always asking you to teach an a year into this. I wonder if i can start by asking you some of what you've learned. I wonder has it. Been a journey for you. And what have you learned in the last year. I've learned so much. Because i read so much instead he'd so much but You know a few major things would highlight is that the step from awareness to to action is a is a is an extremely long stepped and i think we as a nation are still trying to take that step in which is a a governing. Majority of americans aware of racism. Aware that it's a big problem. But but we haven't had the ability to to really take those major steps towards towards action toward ridding this nation of this proper. You only pause because you said. I think he said there were three things. I wonder if there if you want to stay on that one for a while or do you want to sort of elaborate. The three and then we'll talk. What's better for you Will i think secondly i. I've learned the way in. Which i i've had to figure out how personally to to respond to People who are criticizing my work web read my work and that's been very difficult for me because i'm just used to. People criticized a brit like as a scholar like or even as a teacher. You might classroom is not the united states so you know i know in my classroom..

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"In the state. Gop committee members offensive remarks. And who represents today's party in the marxist agenda that scene captured by nbc. Tv boston outside the state party meeting wednesday. The chair of the boston pry board announces. She'll step aside as black brown and trans activist. Groups push for representation. Not just train this. This is what the community overall one. They know that we have not been invited to the table. Which is why. We created our own and boston's acting mayor. Fires police commissioner. Dennis white and former mayor. Marty walsh comes under fire for appointing him in the first place. I was not aware of These incidents When i appointed. Dennis white is commissioner. Boston if i had known that That would not have had. I would not have appointed him. Meanwhile two resignations from the boston school committee including the chair. So let's let's start in boston. The number to join our conversation. Eight hundred four two three eight two five five. That's eight hundred. Forty three talk or you can tweet us at radio boston. Our panelists this week. Richard to say former republican leader of the massachusetts state senate and a former republican candidate for congress and arlene isaacson co chair of the massachusetts gay and lesbian political caucus and president of isaac's political consulting richard. Welcome back to be back and arlene. Welcome back to you to external much nice to be here. It's great to have you both. And i want to start with the two resignations by letting x women on the boston school committee this week after texts. They exchanged denigrating. Residents of west roxbury surfaced listeners..

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"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"boston" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Anna during his a very busy time to be the mayor of Boston but he is taking time out for us anyway in our monthly Mondays with Mayor Marty Walsh. . So welcoming back to the show Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Hello. . Thank you very much great to be with you today. . Great to have you, , I don't WanNa paint this picture mayor Walsh because I was thinking about your last ten days or so a ballot box set on fire daily state. . Corona virus cases about a thousand people in person learning shut down the schools the chair, , the Boston School Committee resigns even as they make historic move to suspend the entrance exam, , the exam schools state lifts the Eviction Moratorium three major holidays ahead it is a massive task to be the mayor of Boston right now how are you doing? ? We have little election week from Tuesday. . Oh yeah that. . It's Boston's a great city and I love being there. . Obviously every day there's new challenges that are in front of, US , diesel jobs, , very extraordinary times that will. . It's important for all of us understand that <hes> you know we will get to all of these things <hes>. . You know it's complicated. . I was saying the other day my chief staff that you know there just doesn't seem to be any reprieve at all <hes>. . You know the other night school committee meeting there was historic vote <hes> lots of conversation lots of emotion around in the to end the way it was unfortunate. . But but you know hopefully after next Tuesday <hes>, , you know you know corona virus and talk has been country for everyone. . So after next Tuesday, , we'll see what happens but I'm hoping for a certain outcome and that election I think a lot of people who are listening to this radio show hoping for the same outcome I I'm hoping for <hes> and you know in this country a lot of. . And and right now we have to get through it and <hes>. . You didn't mention but the racial unrest as well. . The stomach racism all of that stuff is front and center, , and it's important for us to continue to move forward one of the other to get to this time. . So you just talked about the election. . Let's stay there for a minute. . <hes> police have made an arrest in the case of the ballots that were set on fire and dropbox and Copley. . Square yesterday <hes> are you concerned about more cases every election related violence or tampering or vandalism, , and how are you preparing the city for that? ? But. . You know I'm hoping that we don't have you violence at. . A lot of it's going to be <hes>. . What happens in the election I think that you know you have one candidate in the president. . Has undertone of creating. . Okaying violence, , it's not going to be tolerated here in the city of Boston on the police department has. . Is, , an has increased patrols in areas where election ballot boxes are located but also preparing for Election Day <hes> to make sure that we have I don't think it's going to happen here border intimidatation I. . Don't think we'll sit here in Boston <hes>, , but you never know around the country I. . Think you'll see different pieces of. . What as far as the ballot box fan I wanNA. . Thank the Boston Police Department for this action and our alliance. . Partners and members of the community played a role to arrest suspects. . In copy? Square. ? . For the ballot box incident <hes>, , this was an isolated incident <hes>, , and so we're going to be making sure that we've asked the district attorney to investigate it to its fullest extent. . A number one priority certainly making sure that the integrity of the elections are upheld and I wanNA thank all the partners and I think as we continue to before I do not feel I think that hopefully this is an isolated incident and I think it might be <hes> but we are going to continue. . We have the boxes monitored under surveillance cameras and we're going to be increasing our security. So . people feel free to devote and we want everyone to vote. . So you know if you if you haven't early vote out and you want to use these boxes in the primary had a couple of places we have seventeen right now in in the final. So . we want you to use box. . Want you to make sure that <hes> you know you do you early vote. . Get get all that if you can because the more people vote now on the less lines will have on election day. . We talked a minute ago about some of these challenges with the corona virus. The . city now has an average positive test rate above six percent according to the city's latest analysis of neighborhood testing data I wanted to ask you. . So we've been hearing public health officials for awhile anticipate some kind of surge in the fall and I wondered are the numbers that we're actually seeing now in line with what you expected for this time of year in whatever modeling or planning might have done or or are these surges the surge bigger than you thought we'd be in right now how are you looking it and thinking about it? ? I don't think categorizes as a surge yet it's definitely increased <hes>. . We're seeing numbers every every week. . Now <hes> the new numbers as of today from yesterday, , and over the weekend <hes> two, , hundred and seventy three new cases which a lot <hes> probably the highest of seeing one day. . Actually might be two days in number by the seeing or in hundred something range of the day. . Now, , for the last couple of days <hes>, , that's the highest we've seen since <hes> around June <hes>. . So certainly <hes> you know I probably already is making residents are safe and how big The experts have said that we would see a potentially an uptick in the month of October November and December <hes>, , and they also has mentioned that it isn't coming upon all of us that we could actually <hes> keep those numbers down by wearing masks and making sure that we do everything we can social distancing avoiding black gatherings <hes> I'm also encouraging people to things tonight today to get tested I think it's really important having accurate number of tests you're in the city of Boston. . So we get an accurate account with the number really right now six point two percent. . In the second piece is down suggesting the people to get your flu shot. . Because as we head into this month of <hes> September October November area that you know the people are GonNa, , get any the colds flu. . It'll be confusing want to try and cut down on learn through visits if at all possible. .

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