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"boston magazine" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"But it's also it's also the indigenous or on an attack in America and a lot of people criticize Lin Manuel for kind of arowar. Hero Izing. Heroic. Making a hero out of Hamilton when he is when Hamilton was in fact very racist and owned slaves. In the Dominican. And the I can't remember where exactly he he held from but it's not like he was I mean he he's technically emigrant, but his parents were from I. Think like. Dominantly. anglo-saxon countries. Saw So it's interesting in that way but he abstracts and abstracts that story in a way. To completely drive home his message and that is that's fantastic and I think that's kind of the point of what that first one watts was to explain what design is and how important it is. So he he and how important design is into communicating your your message pretty much. So he goes on and it tells the story about the New Yorker and all of that. Tells a story about are not the not the story about the new? Yorker. But the story of his creations of cover of his covers of the New Yorker magazine. His his design ideas he made this really cool pixel art of the very first New Yorker cover, and which it really drove home. The point of the abstract is like Pixel art and stuff like that. And then he also talked about his current design. So he was tasked with a designed to create virtual reality and he took a lot of inspiration from any took a lot of inspiration from New York. And I would hope so because he's writing, he's I'm drawing the cover of the New Yorker magazine but he said the virtual reality is looking through a phone or a screen and Life he describes it as sort of like a threshold crossing a threshold where you're you're in there one way and you're out the like you're you go in through one way and you want to experience and you want to see it from all angles and that's what virtual reality is. So He created a cover that is a that is the back of someone going into the subway, and then when you flip it over, it's the front of that same person coming into the subway. which and like describes the subway as the ultimate world between the inside and the out which he thinks is virtual reality and that's really cool. But past that he takes design a step further and if you put if you put like a special. APP or something on like in and put it on the cover of the magazine on video. It creates a virtual reality of the city and like in Buildings pop up off of the cover and subway goes like all over and intertwines and it's it's just so so cool. What what? Pushing. Because he's and you also describes the these these ideas that he has any idea that he makes under a deadline is not new so like he had this idea for something he he theorized it even though this was the first time he put it out there it isn't necessarily an idea that he had in the moment. For this project, he was like I can't wait till the New Yorker call. So I could do my cool virtual reality idea when they want to do a virtual reality story in their magazine, he is working from nine to six..
"boston magazine" Discussed on Your Morning Basket
"That as part of their language arts curriculum. So there are a whole host of different ways. Her in events can kind of feed into your other subjects on your other disciplines in your home school but I think one current events are a critical part of your day. Definitely morning time is a wonderful place for them into before you kind of pick a resource. There are so many resources out there that make it easy for Fremont's. Definitely. Just kind of think about your family what your kids are interested in what what kind of time you have right or you busy? Are you pressed for time? Do you have the time to the kind of sit around and read a lengthy article from the Atlantic another news magazine and then and then and then pick your source? Yeah. Okay. So this was the home school current events quickstart guide from Silverdale Press, and we're gonNA link to this in the show notes and just to let you guys know it has like some more of the reasons that Jill talked about today why study current events the steps forgetting started? Five engaging questions to ask while you're studying current events and then the resources that Jill told us about just a few minutes ago plus more because there are ten resources in total. So you're going to want to go download that Jill. Let me ask you one last question before we kind of wrap it up. If you if you're sitting in the morning time situation and you have multiple age kids, you've got kind of your whole family there in a wide spread of ages. How do you tackle some of these difficult current event conversations with your kids in an age appropriate way? Do you have any guidelines? Yeah that's a good question. I do have a few things to think about. You know it's always it's never easy for parents to talk to their kids about sensitive topics that and of course you know I do. I do scan the newspaper. There's a really sensitive topic. I'M NOT GONNA set it out for my kids to kind of flip through that day if there's something disturbing on the front cover, but you know it's They. Even, if you're watching CNN ten or clicking on the BBC, sensitive topics will inevitably come up. But again, this is a great in your home school day. It's better to talk about it here than your kids kind of Hash it out for themselves elsewhere. But studying current events with different ages. So sensitive events I would first of all, you know I would just the first thing I would tell parents to use their wisdom and pray about it. Right. If if there is something that comes up in your and your child has some really difficult questions that's always a good first step and another to by have is too. When you're studying current events and there's a sensitive topic or disturbing topic or unpleasant topic, you know the fact. Is You know unpleasantness than inappropriateness stems from the fact that we live in a fallen world. So always start. West. Scripture. Nothing there is nothing new under the Sun Right. Every topic that you could imagine that is you know disturbing to us today. is in the Bible somewhere I would venture to guess that's maybe that's me. That's a pretty broad statement, but it is. You know it's a great time to kind of learn about human nature to understand that this is a lot of the things that we're seeing kind of our consequences of the fall. So those are my first two suggestions might third suggestion is to really kind of if there is a sensitive topic that comes up and. You WanNa talk about it with your with your with your kid. One thing you could do is you know. Read an article about it If it's really sensitive center kit, you're younger kids to the other room to color with crayons or something but one thing that I have. Kind of been suggesting to parents whenever something whenever there is something kind of disturbing in the news to know parable article with me classic text that addresses the topic. So if it's something like you know racism eat talk. Talk about the current event read the article. Also. One thing that you could do to make it a little less disturbing is to kind of an even if you wanted to include your little kids here, pair it with classic like. The Narrative A. The narrative of the life of Frederick Douglas, for example or John F, Kennedy's nineteen, sixty three address to Congress on a civil rights bill that he was about to propose it's I, forget the name of the address, but it's a something like bat is a. Pairing kind of an article with a classic taxed on the subject may be one way to kind of help your kids to on think about an issue without necessarily engaging in their the really disturbing stuff Okay. So you know I mean I wish I could think of a great way to kind of avoid sensitive topics but the fact is that they'll probably come up and it's important that we as parents we we do have a plan for dealing with them that we think a little bit about how we're gonNA handle them before. But always you know cray about it start with scripture and try to pair your articles. With some classic classic texts to give give your students broader context for maybe understanding them Oh awesome. Some really, really great.
"boston magazine" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"Because I. don't care. To me? Took harass you said, go screw at some point you have to say go screw this. Golfer. I. Don't know what he said when asked about it or if he was even asked about getting ripped for wearing a bracelet blue lives matter You know what might take. US. Another cop murdered another Michael Chestnut. Michael Chesney and people will say okay. You stole my take. That was my take from Monday jury. A. Public opinion on this. Unfortunately, they murdered cop, go check the tapes. You said it to me or. What are you having a Biden moment? That was literally like a rant about that on Monday. You know what you're. Right? We're. We're on the same page in that one. Did you Did you hear our little tribute to Kirkman hand? You're you're a mini fan. You are huge fan. even though he attacks you now and then I I always defend you when he attacks. You say I say loves you. But he you know he attacks you one day and then he loved you the next so. Cook being car. Like, we cried Salinas comprise like the rest of us when you saw that he was taking a taking a leave after that that triumphant weekend, not really I. Mean, this is the third time. Right? This has happened. He's taking I mean so I mean no, not at all I do wonder I'm like I. Think they should keep the show going like when Tucker's off. The Tucker Carlson show still goes somebody else fills in for him. You know date I, mean I'd like to our honestly. The KIRKMAN and show I don't want upset minute fans out there. But I I would like to hear Steve Robinson show because I find Steve Interesting and he's got like he's a smart Guy I. Would I know you don't like them, but I would listen a Steve Robinson podcast while kirks getting help. Oh, he could never do it i. mean his whole life has just worshiping Kirk and used Crowley yeah the. Days are over now his whole life. He's I. You think like. You know someone could've stepped in, for Charlie Manson when they arrested Manson, for someone to step in and be leader in the Manson family, I don't think so well, that's that requires unique talent to do it. You can't. That's irreplaceable once in a lifetime kind of stuff but I. Never work. Talent like Charlie Manson like. They put me in there. Obviously, we we would miss a beat. We'd be. We'd be gone, but I would never work barstool because I would never worked for anybody. I'll never worked for anyone but myself. But I mean I could keep going I. It's like, how do you how? You got to be in a weird place if you're Steve Robinson Blind, Mike? Because you've hitched your wagon to this. And you pitcher ragged a kirk, and you never know what's going to happen next month the month after that long term. I'm sure they don't regret. They'll both be fine at least Steve Will. Down the road might can always get disability checks and stuff like that. If you're Steve. You left. You left a good job. You kinda like the next guy, that's why that's why you know I, hate him and. It's because I advised him. No. I was just trying to say I think you've got a good thing going I think he had a good future. I think young. A right wing guys are thriving in all the bench Shapiro's Buck Sexton and these guys. Are kicking ass these days and I thought that was the path for Robinson. You should keep doing what you're doing, which upset Kirk, which I understand. I mean I love cart, but I thought Robinson was going to be. Could it. Be One of those guys I thought you know filling in for how, and then how you'd get older my, we maybe take over your, maybe he'd takeover or end up with whatever the daily wire blaze, when have a real future? That's why we had a falling out because he went told Kirk that I said that which is a weasel move. And Kirk was upset but we talked it out as we always do and and we got through it but I mean I stand by it. I think. I. Think you know that he had a real future in that. Now he's but how barstool going to put up with it? How long are they gonNA put up with the fact like? They're still paying him salary and Steve. A salary are paying three guys a salary and there's no show. So there's no ads running on that show. So this has to be costing them money. How long are they going to put up with? No, no idea how that works. Obviously can afford it. I obviously. And to come did not handle it. Well, you know they when Kirk was ready to go back on the air, they didn't let him even though we were fighting to get them back on the air and they kind of. Tried to buy him off by putting them on. Radio DOT COM that didn't work that didn't certainly satisfy him didn't end well, I'm not sure I'm not sure how long he's going to be out of call them I. Don't know when. I mean I. Hope he hasn't come back. That's the problem with Kirk. Do you think he's checking twitter right now? I don't know. I don't know. Of, called them and texted him, and I don't expect to hear back from them. But I I don't even know if he's. You know. I'm not sure where he is. I don't think he's checking twitter to be. With you don't. Because that's that's that's what gets going. That's brings them back into the fight every time like he takes time off. Listening and. Things. Stay silent because each Kirkman and he has to share his opinions on these things. The Ba-, I mean, he has to literally just get rid of social media, just take his phone away. You need serious help I mean, this is obviously a very a series issue. If a guy like this, who loves what he's doing just a like this, I mean, it's obviously a very powerful thing that's going on mine right now and. Twitter and social media are cancer for him they. It's going to bring him back into the fray. It's no good for him. He should take a long time off, which is what I mean like they have to continue the show without him, he his show. It's a good question I. Don't know the answer I mean, I, think the way to while I think he is. You know he's sincerely needs help I. cannot believe..
"boston magazine" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"But I know you fall these kind of things Teen Vogue T. It's sounds like it's for teenagers for style and fashion. It's the most crazy left wing. It's like written by. You know Julia Chesimard. So nutty left wing. it's written. It reads like it's written by Iana Presley. They're all. there. These are the people writing editing, these magazines, and these Maga- dying before is sports illustrated. I mean I know we talked about this last week but. This swimsuit issue, which used to be a big deal used to kind of be a defiant thing where you could say. This sexist. But we don't care our readers men and they love it. Now, they have fat chicks. They have a a Muslim woman totally covered head to toe. It's called swimsuit, but she's covered head to toe. He's in the issue and they have a transgender swimsuit model assize transgender and they you know what? Else they have have one who has the? Pizza what you know. The thing that I am. Presley. has where you lose all year. Yep, it was swimsuit model with that condition with no hair I. Mean, it is Albritton. Beautiful, Jerry. It's all well good somebody. Sat there putting. Issue together as to sit there and say, who's the hottest model? The check we get. Now, they sit there and saying, what else can we know what other of special interest group or? Group, can we represent I blame Internet, Porn Jerry, because now, like back in the day, Dow is fifty percent of fourteen year, old boys. They were dependent on that sports illustrated swimsuit model. You know to discover themselves. Now they have an iphone now they got to. They got you point they got everything. They don't need sport. They don't need the sports illustrated swimsuit edition anymore. So now you're having the. The transgender plus size models there, and you know obviously I think only reamer might pleasure himself to that I. Don't know if anyone else will but the. There's no need for it. Olivia copos on the cover she still she gets the job done from me, but did you try to pick out? You don't have the magazine? Did you try to pick out the transgendered now because it's impossible? I. They picked up. Anyway. Also, the battling Hingham, which is another amazing story. These kinds of things you gotta read them twice to believe it If you're if you're haven't read it yet chicken on a TB, Daily News this I referred to it earlier, the mother of Michael Chestnut AQAP was murdered two years ago. was there to honor her son and she was berated by black lives matter activists because because why? Because she wanted her son because hang them the Hingham fire department has in the back of their truck, a thin blue line flag representing that they put up in honor of Michael Chestnuts, one town over Weymouth and one twenty year old whatever college student decided. This offended him because it is. It's been co-opted their new favorite words just like the okay. Symbol was co-opted by white nationalists now, no, one can use it anymore now, it's offensive to. To. Black lives matter whatever. So he decides go down the key, the gutless fire department chief and police chief both caved this one Douche bags for one, and you just ignored it whatever they caved to him, and they decide that they're going to take it down and the Fire Department to their credit. The Union says F you, we're not doing that. So they had a big meeting last night and they see they, they're complaining on turtle boy on there. A lot of citizens they stacked the deck. They'd all these people call in and like. To me this probably come down and so this morning, what's happening is weymouth police and fire are going to hang on to pick up the flag and they're going to. Display themselves is just even more emasculating for the town of hanging that you're going to disrespect to your neighbors like that. So there's a big rally for it. Yesterday. Not Big hundred people showed up. One of the people who showed up was Michael Chest, his mother, and good for her. She should. This is hurtful. To Watch, people vilify what her son did for a living the sacrifices that he made. You know for his community. Now, they're just being vilified so she goes up and five. Black lives matters people, one of whom is the husband of selectmen decided that they're going to go down there and they're going to disrupt this thing and they're going to rush them because God forbid, they have their own rally God. Forbid, you just have a police lives matter rally. You can't add that with getting disrupted. They go down there. They disrupted one woman said yelling in the face of Mimi Chestnut. Obviously doesn't know it's her, but whatever yelling at her and it was just like these are the good guys you're yelling at the mother of a woman who had to bury your son. It is remarkable quickly at a, we mentioned this earlier. How quickly things have turned? Isn't it just room I mean? Since. Last I've seen you in person. Cops went from being heroes that were that you're supposed to applaud when you saw them to being the enemy to the point where and did you ever think you'd see the day the point where? You get vilified from mainstream media for wearing A. Hat that says, Boston police for wearing a bracelet steps a blue lives. Matter. You're the bad guy and you have to either explain it and show some guts or you have to apologize and say, Oh, I didn't realize I was being insensitive insensitive for not hating cops for. Before this happened in two at the two, thousand, fourteen, Fifteen New Year's eve celebration. Carson. Daley. Wore. NYPD. that. Night and he got because I was the height of the Michael Brown stuff and stuff gotten. He got torn apart and I believe he apologized. So this actually has happened for there. Is Precedent that wearing a police hat during certain times, certain times. It's okay to support the police like after the Boston Marathon bombing during Cova when they're enforcing ridiculous lockdowns, that's when we like the police, we don't like them. When you know one row cop in Minnesota, commits a crime against the patron, Saint George Floyd. I I've mixed feelings on this because I, it's another one of those things I feel like it's going to backfire, their in Seattle I think voting today or next week to defend the police which they're going to do, they're going to defend the police in it's going to become. You're, can, have sections. which become no go zones you know like in in Paris and where the cops just stay away they I read about this this morning in Minneapolis, the neighborhood were, George. Floyd was murdered is now a no go zone said of people living their. Businesses running if there are any businesses left. can't get police, they can't call nine, one, one, two cups won't come. It's too dangerous. That's the end result and know the the city councillors. They don't care. The mayor's don't care they. They want to be, they want to be out. They WANNA out radical one another and defunding the police is what the crazy left-wingers demand. I mean. That's what else is demanding talking about reimagining police that talking about defunding the police that has to backfire in. November at some level there can't be. The can't be more than I don't know twenty percent of people who support defunding police. I mean people in New York, New York City. WanNa defend the police that can't be true. It can't be. I. Mean. I it can be. But Joe Biden won't come out and obviously say that he'll. He'll stay I. Don't want to defend the police, but then he they they will I, mean ultimately the he said it to the kid, the guy who interviewed him, the guy in the wheelchair, the interviewed him, he said yes, we want not eliminate but defender or reallocate the funds. Funny. I will. Say. You know what would make more sense as to say, we need more cops. We need more money for police. No Nicholas. person, but it's just the opposite now and without the. You know the the the they're gonNA lose any chance of expanding the police hell in New York that plain division. What was that a month ago in murders up like two hundred and fifty percent gun crimes are up because those are the guys that were assigned to take the guns off the street It's IT'S GONNA? Backfire, hopefully, because it's utter insanity and. I think at some point, people are gonNA get fed up and say screw it. We got some of those hats. Those then are those police hats and those bracelets and everything else..
"boston magazine" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"I to to the TB Daily News blogs which which great I was reading this morning. Which one do you WANNA start with because? The to the Monitor do? Monica. Cannon Grant. She's the crazy activist. The woman from Roxbury has six kids. She's She's in the middle of any. Kind of racial story protests, she just one of these activists who's involved in everything she she got the city to give her an office, but is it like a four thousand square foot office or Thousand Square foot basically facility and have A. Favorite part my favorite part she gets white women in the suburbs to send her money to. Send her money as reparations. Yes. I didn't works. got a great gift going and now she's she's just Be Reparations. Now, she's getting it from big time corporations getting those grants. Monica can't get grants She's been quiet lately ever since we exposed her and her shady nonprofit and all the money she's bringing in. But then yesterday out of Nowhere, Boston magazine decides honor their six people who give us hope hope Jerry and she was on that list with Jaylen Brown, of course. Six people who give us hope so. This is a woman who. Supports, IANNA Presley. She calls herself what campaign advisor or something. Coordinator for Presley, one of the members of the squad Ringo and wrinkles opponent The Republican is also black, but she's married to a White Guy Carso Monica. Collins Monica Monica. Cannon Grant. has been attacking her for quote writing White Penis. Vile. Racist. Language, just going at the opponent of. Going going at ion on his opponent, it's just via. If she were. You know if it were Schumer on the other foot, I mean it'd be the biggest story. Be a national story. I mean this person would be chased out applied society but. That's not how it works Is honored not just by you know the Boston Celtics called her. What is it a hometown hero? Yes, the honored her in in late June for being a hometown hero, and now she's being lauded by this Julian Mahia, the city councillor. That one by one vote in Boston who has trumped has put her out there before and tweeted four before tweet. The article I responded, I've sent her an email I said I'm not sure congratulations on this very prestigious award that you one from Boston magazine. They put a lot of time into this. But you might be aware that you're also promoting this woman. Do you have any comments? She's not gotten back to me on that yet because once again, all they have to do the the less favor thing is just. What video? That's a myth. That's their favorite things. They just pretend. It doesn't exist. That's all they have. Amazing like Nick. Nick, Cannon's still has a job. With Fox Nick, cannon who said. You know white people are subhuman savages close to animals and he survives and he just. He gives some lame apology for his anti Semitism which I didn't really. Think. That was the big issue. It was his all white people, Jewish people, how white people were subhuman and close to animals, but this woman goes on and on she calls the Raila. What's it? Raila? Campbell is the Republican running against Hanna. Probably doesn't have much of a shot. Boston. Is Gone completely off the deep end like the cities and they like complete radicals like a Yana. And but she's 'cause opponent a Heifer. Heifer, she's out there riding white penis and. She calls her the N. Word. To The N. Word to mazing, and she's honored by Boston magazine, which is a joke. BUSTA magazine. Formerly a decent magazine. Now, just another left wing Rag. Call Sir of people. One of the people who give us hope. And it is amazing. This was published when in June. Yesterday. Yesterday yesterday. They did this information is now all out there and the just like. Oh. Yeah. She gives us hope first of all, even if she wasn't on that list, how pathetic are you? If you get hope from Jaylen Brown and Julia Mahia and if you need if those are the people who give you hope you should not be allowed to vote tyrone shoes or anything like. Like that because you're hopeless, how does this woman give you hope Swanson back. She's got a million gifts going scams going people, senator money. She's a wildly racists and you know hates cops and she gives you hope for what? It's just meaningless. It doesn't actually mean hope that just like they just love to throw those buzzwords out there bold activism, strong independent, justice justice the. Fighting for justice. Nobody's better in Boston city of seven, hundred, thousand people fighting for justice than this racist White Black woman who wants to have these supporters of Raila. Campbell have their heads blown off. She Sat. Right right. Right. That's there's. Been Poor Raila, Campbell's trying she's out there fighting, but she's totally out numbered and in the as we'll say, again, these people fight dirty gonNA, try and ruin her. You know what? Boston's not important Boston magazine. I was thinking about this to right for them. They used to Howie Carr wrote for them for years. It was worth reading I. mean it broke news. They used to have a best and worst. Of Boston, but they they, they turtled when someone attacked them because they picked them as the worst whatever restaurant. Now, they just do the best the best, and it's not really the best. The most woke the most politically correct. There like every other magazine, you know people blame. The Internet and twitter for the death of magazines. But that's not it's part of it. No question is part of it, but I used to read all these magazines I used to subscribe to them, and now they're all the same. They're all just outlets for social justice warriors and and woke lefties esquire G. Q. Vanity, fair Atlantic the the worst one of all and I never subscribed..
"boston magazine" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio
"Over, half the people have commutes of fifteen kilometres or more. and. I think one of the challenges. The city's going to face. Is You know we've seen in the early months of the pandemic? That transit ridership is down and. Says that you know they can only maintain physical distancing at thirty percents passivity. So you know that that's a big problem to solve, because we can't take those people and just put them in single occupancy vehicles in expect cars still be able to move quickly and efficiently through our streets, so finding more ways to give people more transportation options will just be really crucial so especially for those shorter drafts that are five and seven kilometers, the more people that feel safe and protected doing it by means fewer people that are choosing to transmitter or choosing to take a car. The other day I was reading on twitter. Somebody who's making the point that while this all may be very novel for North Americans their loss of countries, especially in developing economies were by commuting is completely normal, very very common, especially for lower income. People do think there are lessons. We can learn more broadly there. I think it's definitely a challenge for sure I think. Certainly in North America over the past century there's definitely a culture and climate that incur that equates driving with certain socioeconomic status, so you know for some people might be seen as not a good sign to be biking or might be. People might be concerned that people think the poor access to repair. Some of that is shifting. And I think it is a challenge for North American cities in particular that I've really sort of built this central Wilshire again. Hearts are going to play a really important role now into the future, and we're not saying to get rid of them, but I think you know especially in cities, creating more safe transportation options for people encouraging people to ride bikes, but protected bike lanes will just go a long way to making you know the bicycle. Another way people used to get around Michael this week. We've been looking at the new normal the idea that. The pandemic has made us question a lot of things that we took for granted and find that we can change. Things away thought that we couldn't change as a an advocacy group for urban cyclists. You've been pushing for more bike infrastructure in Toronto for years. How surprised are you at how quickly cities have implemented some of these changes in some ways quite surprised I. think even in Toronto. You know a lot of what was approved at the last council. These temporary bike lanes that are coming in were part of the. The city's ten year second year land over the past couple years, though the speed with which that plan has been built has been. You know if I can say sort of staggeringly slow, so the hundred kilometers that were announced last month is the single biggest announcement of bike lanes in Toronto, and if this becomes the new normal of server, approving forty to fifty sixty, even more kilometers, new bike lanes a year, it will start catching us back up to where we should as quoting to this ten year plan. I think the other part that was surprising as well was. Often in council, these bike lane projects have been. Very big contentious fights and this time around. these forty kilometers bike lanes, which not only included bike lanes in the downtown core where traditionally counselors populations have been more supportive, but also in the suburbs. He's at this package approved by very large margin it who it was proved twenty, three two, and had strong support from the mayor, which maybe not the same thing. We would've seen three or four years ago, so things are changing for sure yeah I. Guess, it's an interesting question is to what extent. You know cycling infrastructure in cities has become this kind of political issue in a way and in a way. Maybe we're now seeing as okay. Maybe it's not a political issue. Maybe it can be actually just a practical issue. I think so for sure. So? I guess the Million Dollar Question here is? Will these changes in urban planning continue when Cova is over or manageable in some way and public transportation returns as a safe option, or will the roads get? Kinda clawed back for buses and cars. Yet but I mean that's. What's The answer, yeah? I know I. Know what I would like to see I think for sure know people who WanNa see more transportation options who wanna see more livable city I don't think we can take this moment for granted. You know from my perspective. This isn't an opportunity for cycling advocates. Responsibility of the city to respond and I think the pandemic. It's really just sort of showing us again. You know it's exposing a lot of our our weaknesses or gaps that we've may be had as a culture. It has a city, so you know not taking these moments for granted making sure that cities are committed to building this infrastructure that's already in their existing plants and. Just giving people more transportation options will just. Make this a more livable city really help. As part of the part of our payment recovery in the coming weeks and months. When you talk to people who have reservations about cycling infrastructure because they worry about the impact on traffic and so forth. Like what what do you say to them? What's what's your best case pitch for for why we need this? I mean at this it's it's really about giving people more offense and really especially for those shorter trips, those five or seven kilometer drifts. The more people that are choosing the right and you can do it safely. people all ages and all abilities you know it means there's fewer people who are choosing to take transit are choosing to get into a car. It really does help cities move better when the. Bike lanes were putting. It was a very big project in the city of our last big bike lane project until this recent package that happened in two thousand sixteen, and you know there is a lot of work done studying that, both in terms of travel times for cars in on the impact, local businesses, and in terms of travel times cars, even during rush hour. The time impact was barely minimum of the. The, bike lanes was about two or three minutes once the lights have been returned to take into account the infrastructure, and then in terms of impact, local businesses consistently study after study, whether it's in Toronto or elsewhere shows that we ring bike lanes in the impact that small business is at worst neck neutral and often turns out to be positive that you know. People are traveling by. Bikes tend to shop A. More often and chop more locally and as the head of Cycling Advocacy Group. What else would you like to see? Happen not necessarily in Toronto, but just in general in terms of Toronto I think. What we've seen with active, Theo's so far is a really important.
"boston magazine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Do once again to canisters corner enjoy rich my guest today is good friend mark which of dig Boston magazine and he has his own website hidden Boston dot com personal happy new year happy new year yeah time's flying by his name it is indeed not the happiest of new years though for the fans of a classic the restaurant Boston since nineteen seventeen the no name very sorry to hear it going away yeah there were rumblings one night and all of a sudden it it became true really quickly that they closed down and me and shocked the the the city like Doyle shocked the spray neck raced right and I mean it's such a big deal because it was really may be the last old fashioned restaurant on the waterfront in that in that part of water right and they've corset remodeled it it was more up to date so to speak but it still had that same ambiance right it was still kind of an old school plays and there was the cater to families that wasn't upscale really prices were pretty good and and the views are great and it just it feels like this whole has been ripped into the water front with this disappearing I mean at least here for a gun a Jimmy's harborside and all these places just gone right new restaurants popping up in the seaport but they're more high end the mostly high end and some of them or you know long lines and the really loud too so they're they're good places generally but much different from these old places well will remember fondly the no name restauranteur will talk with you further he's marker which joining me Jordan rich connoisseurs corner WBZ Boston's newsradio snow is on the way who gets hit hardest it's all coming up next in the news at nine thirty WBZ's are gone you can restore your body's health balance and function naturally with safe effective C. B. D. I ordered see beauty for my daughter and my dad they both love what it does for them hundred percent natural and effective the best thing I've ever done for myself learn the many benefits of all natural C. B. D. at C. B. D. bio naturals dot com start.
"boston magazine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Food editor at Boston magazine and boy a busy fall for you my friend with the the big issue on Boston's top fifty restaurants absolutely I think so much for having me our our November issue our cover feature is the top US drive in Boston I thought about the surrounding cities like Cambridge at the level of course if this is actually the second year that we have all right the restaurant is a real challenge you know in the past we would you know include fifty restaurants but they were in any particular order is the second year we decided we were going to put ourselves out there and try to give a one through fifty ranking which is a really daunting task Julie with the restaurants in the way it is just how did this happen how many team members do you have fanning the restaurant scene it's a pretty active effort so to speak because we have of course our in house staff was always out there you know eating at the restaurant checking out the scene what you what hot and only that but what sort of I better and if that was but that still trucking along to do it well and conversely when the restaurant that aren't holding up the standard you want help you spot top of that of course you know we have distributors bart why that that out to us that that we reach out to the kind of P. pack on how people are perceiving you know the movement of the restaurants the steps of the company coming to what you're bringing into those spaces all right thank you Scott will have much more on the top fifty restaurants in a future episode of conoces corner WBZ Boston's newsradio it is seven twenty seven Arizona Cardinals cornerback Josh Shaw has been suspended indefinitely three Lisa twenty twenty season for betting on NFL games Lee claims of the twenty seven year old Shaw bet on NFL games several times this season it says it did not uncover evidence that any game was compromised chose been on Arizona's injured reserve you can appeal the suspension the NFL also announced that shows teammates coaches and other players were not aware of his gambling show made headlines in twenty fourteen while at USC when he said he suffered a high ankle sprain jumping from a second story apartment to save his seven year old nephew struggling in a pool hall later admitted that he made it up and was suspended by the school Chuck secrets and ABC news.
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"All right so this is your second time with the pot getting our concern Osama veteran okay known at the table. No crunchy snacks crunchy snacks. No no shaking of the coffee ice loud. There are months where like weeks will go by. We're I'm like how am I literally. Don't know where your I will not have seen you for two weeks. Yeah that is basically the story of my life. Sometimes I don't even know where I am. I'll wake up hotel. Mike Oh yeah no. I'm in Appleton Wisconsin. Oh No oh now I'm in San Antonio Texas. Yeah I mean we talk about a few issues in your job in general but in our travel issue that came on May so you you shot almost the entire feature will yeah does may two thousand nineteen you were in Beirut with Andy Burgundy tracked and then you I'm just flip through the pages then you were in Taipei with Suli and also burgundy and Andy any wanted to tag on everything so that was a big photo portfolio of yours your shot in Allison Rome in spring break menu story that was just in New York yeah that was here in the building the buildings that was as basic recipe story and then you shot photos for our red sauce America package which brought you. Where did you go for this one? Oh man that was a lot. I think that was six cities L. A. L. A. Philly New Orleans. Oh my God. Where did I go? I mean you literally can't remember yeah I it was like four to five cities. I guess my first question is I think a lot of fans of yours. WanNa know like how do you end up as a staff dog for at a food magazine like whenever someone asked me about this is I'm the worst possible personnel asked because it's purely luck and circumstance stance and my only goal and still the only like hey just don't get fired and spend closing up on your six and I still get asked to come back every day and there were definitely moments early on we're Alex pollick grocer artificial photo department critic Blake. I'M GONNA kill Lau a huge mistake so you start off as an intern turn years ago yeah. That's my freshman year of college. I just wanted to do something with my life and not just go home for the summer to California and you know Oh bummer and my parents house so I wanted to find an internship and I've always had a fascination with the magazine world apply too much internships. Nobody got got back to me in like a week. Before summer started. I saw a posting for esquire magazine to be a fashion closet intern. Oh and I was like that sounds cool. That sounds way out of my reach. I am hugely under qualified for that but I'M GONNA shoot my shot and Michael Steph. who was the fashion assistant at the time got back to me? He's like when can you come in based on what oh it. Did you have background. It was the most underqualified letter ever. It was basically hey. Here's my resume. I was a lifeguard in high school. I was a high school tutor and I intern at the State House in Massachusetts in politics nothing related to magazines but I really love menswear and here's like my favorite menswear blogs and here's my favorite brands brand's. I like fashion. I can work hard and he got back to me. Can I just say that. I am a lot of times when I talked to young people who are just out of college in their writing you you know letters to inquire about a job and they read like they're written by a law firm. I'm always like learning be yourself. Be passionate sort of expose yourself so to speak but that's what's GonNa grab some somebody's attention one hundred. I think the way I showed her. The letter wasn't like the formerly hi my name's dogs home. Hey My name's Alex. I'm really excited about this. I know him not meant for this Gig but I will do whatever it takes gap and so forth and they took a chance on me and that kind of was my segue into the New York City magazine publishing world and it turns out having square on your resume. Just opens opens up a lot of doors but it was great. It was just my eighteen years old. I didn't get paid but I got to see how magazines work I've got to be on fashion shoots Justin Timberlake Lake and Ryan Gosling and wow poll like hold fourteen thousand dollar jackets and look it Nick Sullivan whose whose the editor in chief at the time Grainger David David David grange just like talk shop and like this is amazing. This is legendary and that made me really WANNA stick with it yeah very recall okay so internship at esquire. How then does that lead you to be a so after that? I was convinced that I wanted to stay in publishing. Look fashion. menswear ended up at Nylon guys Juku for a little bit complex four pins so I was very very much in that circuit as an intern just doing minimal intern work but after a couple of years I was just like this is not really what's my angle here. I don't WANNA be stylus. I don't WanNa be a fashion writer. The idea of being a photographer and fashion was just you know. I didn't even sit down. That's not going to happen so after this is my third yes approaching my third year of college. I A Internet a bunch of or apply uh-huh bunch of other internships again. Nobody got back to me. Despite actually this I'm being off and having a lot of magazines in Monroe oster I applied to like yeah a a couple of mags won't be noted but they're they're. They're okay. They just get back. I mean I saw a posting for bone apetite photo internship and I was like I know nothing nothing about food. I like pictures. I took photo classes in high school and college. So how active a photographer were you at this point. It's like I'm not active. I don't know I took a lot of fissures in high school. I had my own flicker account. I you were you were you were definitely interested. We're sitting at least and I took pictures of the school paper and stuff like that. I I was a you know an avid hobbyist as major so do you did you come in an interview like what God you the job ultimately so I went in again. It's always like a last minute. Call in showed up from Boston and I met with Jake. Ramoser are former photo assistant and he he gave me a talk. Hey so turn yeah. It looks like you've worked a lot of magazines. you have zero photo experience and you have zero food experience so you're pretty underqualified but honestly the only person here that's interviewed. That's worked at large publications so we're GonNa go with you. So that was basically it was it was Bazeley. Hey you're you've worked at reputable places so we'll hire yeah. I do think that's interesting interesting career wise like over the years. I've worked at James Beard Foundation in Time Out New York and the food's severe than G. Q. Got more fashion thing that came back to food. I was a sports writer in college like it is you can move around and I think one thing that editors employers look for is that you do have experience in in a particular field and that you know how to get stuff done that you know under you understand what the industry requires but within that sort of industry you can shoot food. You can shoot you know people. You can do all these things. You don't have to be in one lane. One hundred percent I think at the time I was taking some classes and I was also I was studying NPR print journalism at the time and I remember talking about that with Jake and he was like Oh. This is a plus because you kind of understand writing thing and photography on some level so we'll run with this so he didn't internship summer internship a year or so later. We ended up hiring you as a foot assistant no so I did this summer internship and I was like this is way better than working fashion. Everyone's so much nicer yeah yeah. It was a great time and I was like in order for me to WANNA stay in this world I can see I need to shift from fashion to food media so then I went back to Boston awesome for my senior year and as as I left Alex pollock the photodetectors times like hey we love your great. Just reach out when you're when you're graduating we can like. Maybe you keep you keep you happy. Come back so I would always send emails and I say hey just graduated like three months three or four months. I would love to come talk about a photo editor assistant role. Did you in the interim year. Were you working on shooting things. Decrease your portfolio to share with Alex to say hey I just want. I've been shooting a lot. Take a look at my stuff. Yes so thankfully because of my time I she went over to Boston magazine for my senior of college and I ended up being digital intern which basically means I was just doing every anything and everything for the website correct the king yeah yeah I remember being so proud and like twenty years old on my I've got years of intern experience. I haven't been paid for any of them but you we know I've seen some stuff like that really was my my pride enjoy worked a lot of places and they harden managed digital intern and they also gave me bill do photo take pictures and do have my own bylines socially once a lot of times when you get your foot in the door somewhere are the the brand or the magazine wherever they need people to do stuff go. You can go okay but we'll trust you. There's something trustworthy about you. Then people are all right. Go give this a shot. You'd have a DVD will keep doing it. I must really thankful that it was a web internship versus print because obviously no one's GonNa give any Interna print byline whereas it's much lower risk to teachers hey make something for lab and if it's really good we'll Polish and if not we won't publish in no one will ever or care about low budget so it was just gave me a lot more freedom and they knew that I worked at the food magazine before okay so you know how to take pictures of food. You were photo intern turn. I'm like yeah I guess I mean I. I saw Marcus Nelson. Do you like an overhead shot of something by a window so I can do that. How hard can it be yeah so I mean I I? I did it and they would. It was really cool. I mean they sent me there. Okay so we'll just have you do restaurants so they would send me like once a week in shoot for four restaurants a week and just shoot it for their website so who was giving you guidance about photos style at that point what kind of shots they wanted from the restaurants. It's nobody else really. They just assumed you knew what you were doing. The funny thing is I applied to Boston magazine to be a photo inter. I WANNA continue that path that track of being working for requirements it's but they they didn't want but then the digital department got back to me. I didn't really have communication with the magazine so it was just kind of me and our digital editor who just send me. I was like Oh this. Let's get this close enough to bone advocate and some overhead shots off light and like keep doing this and I would just bike around Boston Jason and go to a bunch of restaurants that are digital restaurant editor Chris Hughes covered and yeah it was it was really good training. It's really good training. I looking back it was really great just being able to go in and practice and shoot restaurants for relatively low risk and have that be an internship set eh great base so then I shot all these restaurants and as shooting what's in all this stuff to Alex pollick. I'm like hey portfolio.
"boston magazine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"So it's prediction time and trends in twenty nineteen. It's not really a prediction. It's already happening the rise in popularity of veggie dining and vegetarian menus and so forth. Tell us about that. Scott. Absolutely. So you may have seen the recently Jay Z and beyond say, we're on social media. Putting out a challenge to their fans could become Egan in twenty nine. You don't have to be vegan though to appreciate what's going on in Boston dining, Becky focused dining, a lot of younger, diners bride or health reasons or thinking about climate change, and the kind of carbon footprints that are associated with the production of different foods. You're really moving more and more towards that dining us using a lot of new restaurants. One of my favorite is called field and bind over in Somerville. Union square. It's not a vegetarian restaurant, but what they do is. They offer a really amazing array of plates that are just as hearty Justice satisfying. I something that might normally contain meat, but it's totally veggie base. And you're seeing a huge rise in that a lot of interesting, and it's also heartening to know that restaurants are offering something more than just traditional Staples. They were offering a much more wide ranging menu. Thank god. As always we appreciate it. Scott, Karen, food editor Boston magazine, all part of connoisseurs corner. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. It's three twenty-six. Gaza's? Ruling HAMAs has released its findings into an Israeli intelligence mission. That went bad saying it was trying to install devices to monitor HAMAs communications a spokesman says and undercover force infiltrated Gaza under the cover of fog, planning to install telecom equipment to wiretap HAMAs communications network still images of tools, including drills and machines saws for shown, but the official provided. No further supporting evidence, it's three twenty seven coming up at the bottom of the hour. The latest on the government shutdown where President Trump is challenging Democrats to get back to work to end the impasse as Democrats dig in against granting the president's request for billions of dollars in border wall funding..
"boston magazine" Discussed on Tiny Leaps, Big Changes
"So I, I said, this is wonderful, but also snapping the bills, and I'm lonely as as as could be. But I've learned something important here, which is that I know how to freelance now, and I've made some connections, so now it's time to up the game. So I took, I took an, I took another newspaper job for the steady income, but I kept freelancing. So now I'm doing two jobs now freelancing in the morning at night. And then I'm also working at the newspaper during the day, and I do that for about three years. And during those three years, I develop a really good relationship with Boston magazine. And so after a Nuff time of writing from Boston magazine, I saw some movement and that was that there was a senior editor who had left. There was a junior editor who was moving up and that meant that there was going to be a junior editor openings. Somebody who hires somebody and it better be me like, this is the moment. This is it. This is the thing that I've positioned myself for. Right. Like you don't just like hop into something right? I mean, like I was too obscure, I, I was not connected. I didn't have the skill sets that we were quite. I couldn't have expected to go from the Gardner news to Boston magazine, but I had now laid the groundwork, this was the move. And so I told the editor in chief of Boston magazine that I was ready to be hired, and then I quit my newspaper job and I moved to Boston, and I got an expensive apartment in Boston, and I waited to be hired and. Thank God. They hired me. I don't know what would happen if they didn't. I don't know what happened. I mean, they didn't immediately. So what he did is that he threw a couple more challenging freelance pieces at me because I had been largely working on smaller stuff for them and and I become like a go to guy on smaller stuff for that. You know, I like whenever you needed me to show up, I was there. I never missed a deadline. I was full of ideas like if you needed, you know, if you needed me to jog down the street, I ran the hell down the street like, that's that's just how I did that for like two years for that magazine. And and so they threw a couple of other big tests to me functionally. And then they hired me and and at least like, well, so to to answer your now that you have not have told you that story and that higher really was what set me on the path to where I am today. Because from from there there was an editor I worked with the Boston magazine who connected me with an editor that he actually was roommates with who was at men's health. And then the guy men's health hired me and for men's health. I went to fast company fascinated maximum from excellent entrepreneur, and. Then after being an entrepreneur, originally as executive editor became editor in chief. So like literally those two risks very, very early on where the things that made my career, I am just convinced of it..
"boston magazine" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The air four hundred forty two forty two in rochester math this is market national be hampshire law now in pennsylvania and this is the holly our show grace asked me is is robert mad that you have all these poems kimmy gave me these polls want their work celebrated think he'd labored like this to keep them private grace you're right we we printed some of these poems in boston magazine and took a picture of chemi and she's divorced from him now she lives in california but she she used to go to court every day and she divorced a once in a generation poetic talent all his poems are about her they are well sometimes sometimes they're about dogs and a wolfman i'll read the wolfman poem different us in this case but see you know again this is the mark of a great genius he starts out in this poem the next one that grace's going to read it's called guilty as sin he starts out talking about his criminal case and then he abruptly changes gear and it becomes a sonnet having studied his volume of work do you notice any changes is he trying to make a broader statement with the direction of his poetry throw his writing career noticing one he's always not guilty he always says he's innocent and that he loves kimmy and he likes his puppies and his is look talking call the prison school if you'll notice a everyone in prison is innocent it's amazing getting along one hundred percent of them were frame all right so what's the name of this.
"boston magazine" Discussed on Barstool Rundown
"And where are you trying to go in your career if you wanted to you trying to be a politician or you just like i just want to carry out i think when you're if you get cool like i do see the play in if you just surround yourself with powerful people eventually you're probably getting a little you know what let me guess yeah gaz is just dave's like he knows where the bodies are buried secrets so dave has to take him everywhere he goes and next thing you know he's like working at a company like there's some day like some like like boston magazine we'll right miracle ball gas what this yeah he's rich he walked around behind dave where the fuck each clock all right last topic of the day steph curry had himself quite a birthday se thirty they call it yet his own logo for his birthday they were in some sort of club with they pulled up in a yacht and then he and the rest of the warriors run stage basically doing karaoke slash performing he was then eating some ribs on stage well e forty performed all in all a pretty like perfect like chicken it was like a big i was waiting for and a sash and some sixteen yeah exactly like light the candles and shit it looked fun i mean he's having a blast but i was like this is mid much tossed in the middle of the season right like they have a game today tomorrow they can they cancel the practice for it so that's the biggest takeaway from me in this party is that if you're the rockets like this is the most this warriors are not concerned whatsoever with like massively they don't have the ones like we don't care this actually the biggest bulletin board material it doesn't matter.
"boston magazine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"With you joining me today is our good friend jenna pella cheer boston magazines food editor and in the february edition of the magazine still on newsstands and still out there the city's top bars and the bar experience in boston jenna you guys did a lot what are some of the topics she cover now we really took a look at the barking and then by repair king and ranking the top 35 part in the city and everything from copp help our you hotel bar hue beer bar and i am bart here there's something for everyone i mean obvious in other ones drinker but even people who don't drink enjoy the experience and it really is a vast array house boston changed over the last 20 30 years i guess for the better well i mean we have a short putt than taverns that everyone loves you hang out and buy them then a lot a development and a cocktail seen in recent years with lots of innovation in that area piece gold barflies do's and don'ts things to remember there is a certain level of etiquette that people should remember when they go to a bar at one thing that we cover is if it's okay to act questions on the air aware that neither frankly complicated but our experts say that even if it very busy feel free to act away tips on tipping in a whole lot more in that area and it's a very vital scene and thanks for covering it as well as you do thank you that's jennifer little cheer the boston magazine food editor will talk with her about what's coming up in the various boston magazine essays on food as well all part of connors was corner wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time 328 it's looking more and more like a threepeat coming up at three thirty wbz's mike macklin with the latest details of yet another nor'easter marching our way ana said as adleman god's derogated and karn.
"boston magazine" Discussed on WEEI
"Six one seven seven seven nine seven 937 his telephone number it's kind of ironic it on the day where we talked about charlie pierce boston magazine piece about the twilight of the patriots dynasty has finally arrived we also talked about how the two winter sports franchises have kind of undertaking a bit of a resurrection here and they've done it because of good management good coaching in in the case of both uh good integration of young talent in the case of both and you've got two teams who were ghetto viable championship contenders i think it's harder for the celtics because you've got that golden state warriors team sitting on the other side here and there there is no golden state warriors in the nhl playoffs golden knights an ira and ira and also said i mean it is it is maybe one of the amazing sport stories ever that is a creed than an expansion team is one of the best teams in the league i hate it and table with order really good and they adam another good but an algorithm warrior they're not they're not goldens air rail have zero have you don't have a warriors in any other sport not the patriots lurafino no because they just lost that you might over there the favorite i mean the war gas couple years ago there warriors but they won three in a row running the patriots were weren't that the warriors right now are seen is unbeatable right yeah they are did you did you think the patriots maybe it's as england knowing liz different but if you think they were unbeatable going into the super bowl thing ours any clennett you i don't and they don't perform like that in super bowls where they have closed all they're just got a crush ave had anything to stay close to the patriots now they wouldn't they agree as hailing creates everybody cut they wills who pages right a both have done it the right way you can you can trade or or by your way into a big piece but you can't trade or by your way in which he mpn shipped generally speaking it doesn't happen all that often outside of baseball faith wall base at all you can do it a yeah right basketball and hockey you need things to go your way you need you need to draft easy to draft well you need.
"boston magazine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That that's outside the price range of the market but i think we have to find you when you go to to buy a car there are there are all those people who sell cars this is held a premium version of the expensive one and they sell the less expensive what we have to find a way to produce on eucation that it's much less expensive but recognizing that it's possible that that fell over the picture may not be as good as they want we do here which may not be as good as if you could afford the tudor for every close you'll have i mean we have to recognize that but we have to look at that portfolio and provide a high quality education that is much less expensive but he's good enough for you to compete in the marketplace you told boston magazine in the fall the key issue for trump and his people ought to be china and it doesn't look like it is is first of all the rise of china the reason you're so concerned about these these crackdowns in the travel ban does that connect in other words is connected i think i think china has done amazing thing so we'll continue to do so jack china's population i think is closed one point five billion we are of argued over 300 medium salt sank population there are five times america's population so from that standpoint the competition is going to be very strong with people who are extremely smart we know them because we have them here so my my concern is is is we need to recognize we have a very worthy competitor and he'll think we recognize that it doesn't sound to me that we do i think perhaps now people are beginning to pay attention to it i think i think i think corporations people that are fighting every day for market share they know that it's not clear to me is that that enough people in washington no that or recognize that and that is the issue that i want an end the only way you compete for for for the economy to maintain the position we have right now is with talent in with with research funding that that is the foundation of of of of our future they know vision come.
"boston magazine" Discussed on WEEI
"Of thing sounds like brady one is definitely been more of a this is my thing yeah and in patio printed this out this was last fall uh where gotha gotham chopra talk to boston magazine about his religion of sports a sixpart documentary uh it explores the cultural and spiritual impacts of sports on fans and athletes yeah we were in front of his last year i'm sure we were the new show it i don't do we ever seat we made fun of it we ever get to watch it i think it was unlikely may finally i idea i think we made front of the idea and then the actual product was just kind of bland the new show which debuts the river fifty th and direct tvs audience network which i definitely don't get also features patriots quarterback tom brady and former giant star michael strahan as executive producer is any patios right when he puts us out so this where they met and i guess chopra since then had wished will for last out this is part of this said you would do documentary tom documentary documentary and he finally admitted to do it a gotham chopra is a diehards uh boston fan so he grew up in the area i guess in at a time to brady so we convince yet they were neighbors in los angeles like in of jays old neighborhood if it and now brady's doing this thing and i'm with you i think it looks a fascinating the steel jerry's word but basically he old no stuff you'll know after one episode you know you watch one episode and if it just seems like an infomercial for the tv twelve method it's going to be like click let me close out of facebook now or whatever its garlic watch dammit facebook watch sorry six one seven seven seven nine seven 937 all your phone calls and we'll come back a i mean there are certain moments they galvanize america uh and thanked john will agree that our president my president on the field less of forgetting the worst thing the national anthem liked the true patriot that is brought us all together we'll hear some of that will let john and we'll let them glow a little bits mud at night sports radio weei board wait murloney and.
"boston magazine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Treat for the families drawn to the boston waterfront on saturday for the tall ships some of them were treated to the sight of three people allegedly assaulting a black street performer in a bear costume amid a hail of racial slurs this is the fourth time in recent years the entertainer known as key tar bear has been attacked he's been beaten robbed had his nose and musical equipment broken according to boston magazine this happened it quarter to five in the afternoon saturday broad daylight to see the lease at congress in state streets one of the city's busiest intersections the suspects who reportedly cursed out numerous witnesses who tried to intervene one themselves serious charges including assault and battery and bhutto's was allegedly found on one of them what with the ages of the accused would it surprise hit a learn they were fifteen sixteen and seventeen i'm no psychologist but i would call this incident a warning sign about these kids i have a lot of questions including what kinda household so they from and what made them think this was okay to do some times teenagers do stupid things i get that but to single out of defenceless person viciously attacked them and lay on the racial slurs and the process speaks to something gone really wrong and the fact that it's not the first time for this victim is this especially alarming key tar bear story feels like it's been brushed off in the past because well he's a guy in a bear suit i think it's time to get bullish about at highest he is okay.