35 Burst results for "Brookline"

"brookline" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:03 min | 4 months ago

"brookline" Discussed on Fore Play

"And he said, pretty fun and hard. And I said hard, you mean firm or hard you mean difficult. And he goes, fairways are rolling at 13 with crosswinds and bunkers everywhere. Yes, it's really hard. People are going to shoot as low as others are anticipating. I heard a panic number that people are like, maybe somebody's going to shoot 30 under. Rory said in his press conference, which again, I watched back today because I wanted to hear every word. He said, I think somewhere in the teens will win this thing. He was like, I don't see somebody getting to 20 under par and winning. Yes, if they get to 20 under, I think they'll win by many. So if somebody wins this thing at, let's call it 1516 under par. I think that would be a massive victory for everyone, basically. Yeah, no, I agree. Think about us playing in Scotland and how many times you'd hit it down the middle and then it just end up in a bunker or you just like for us it doesn't make that big of a difference because we're not actually we played our own matches and they were super intense and we wanted to win them. But we had no expectations of trying to shoot a certain number out there. Yes, we had our own personal goals, but like if my ball went into the Heather or into the bunker, I just chalked it up to we're in Scotland and that's a crazy lie and that's just what happened. When you're trying to play against the guys that you played against at Brookline and you're trying to play against the guys that you compete against on the PGA Tour every single week and you know that they're making birdies and they're making eagles and they're fucking chipping and close. For those guys to have these fairways running at 13 and running out into bunkers. That's like detrimental to their game. For you to find a bunker and the other guy not to. Like they're not just a bunker you're hitting the ball sideways. We've seen it like it's just a wasted stroke. And at that level, in that type of tournament and that type of championship, a wasted stroke is like, might as well be a bullet to the head. You're done. It's over. So I can't imagine how stressful it is for them to play. At that high of a level. Imagine we were playing at that high of a level where you're like, every thing that you thought was going to happen now went wrong, you're done. It's over. Well, yeah, I mean, each bunker is a stroke penalty. So if you're like, I'm gonna be within a top players are probably all supposed to be like pre week within 5 strokes. Every time you hit a bunker, you're just one stroke worse than that. They're little pockets of almost water, like around the course. There's a 112 little pockets of water that you can't get into. And then also, if it's downwind, you got to fly one bunker and then stop it before the next one somehow some way when the rolling of the 13 have huge hops. So it's like every shot that they take, I feel like, is a gutsy approach shot that they've got to hit and land in a certain area to have a successful hole. It's not like just pipe a drive, you're in a bunker, you know, maybe it's a quarter stroke penalty on like the tour average, like it's fundamentally like a full stroke penalty. If you're in some of these bunkers in something like the spots you can be. So yeah, I mean,

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SportsMinute voicer-Morton2

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

SportsMinute voicer-Morton2

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton English man Matt Fitzpatrick and the country club course in Brookline Massachusetts have a good thing going Fitzpatrick Sunday finished at 6 under PAR-2 74 to win the U.S. open his first major title He prevailed at the U.S. amateur in 2013 on the same course Sunday Fitzpatrick finished a stroke ahead of will zalatoris and Scott scheffler baseball They may have the best record in the majors but even the Yankees can't win them all Toronto rallied from 5 down to defeat The Bronx bombers ten 9 Another action Andres gamines drove in the game winning run as the guardians rallied in the 9th to defeat the Dodgers 5 three Meanwhile on Monday Major League Baseball is imposing a 13 pitcher limit on active rosters This could result in more position players taking the hill and blowouts Auto racing max first stop and picked up his 6th Formula One win of the year and fairly easy fashion on Sunday at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal Bruce Morton AP sports

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"brookline" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"brookline" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"A lot of rumors flying around in the NBA twitterverse about moves can be made in advance of the draft potentially or the new league year beginning with Kyrie Irving. Could he be on the move? We had that conversation at the top of our show. If you missed that, or if you missed Robert sala of the New York Jets or Darren Waller of the Las Vegas Raiders, there is our YouTube stream YouTube dot com slash rich eisen show. We have yet to really dive into the United States open and what went down in Brookline, Massachusetts, and as soon as that ended, I interrupted the Father's Day of this man and say, I would like you to call him to my show. And he said, okay, because he is Scott van pelt, the magical van peasy back here on the rich eyes and show on the Mercedes Benz vans phone line. How are you do Scott? I'm well. Well, it didn't interrupt anything. I was just enjoying Father's Day as I trust and hope you did and all the dads out there always good to visit with you. And here we are. I discussed it earlier in the program, Scott, and it's rife. It's rife. It's a third rail conversation in a way that the difference between Mother's Day and Father's Day and how we try to make Mother's Day special as possible. Dressing up or going out to do something particularly special for that day. It's what it's what moms deserve and that's not the way it goes on Father's Day and it's got nothing to do other than the fact that most fathers for Father's Day just want to be left alone. And I'm wondering if you agree with that assessment. Scott. Well, rich we're down at the beach. And I'm going to give him a pop. There's a place that down in a little beach town called Bethany beach Delaware. It's called the sandy pony and they make delicious donuts. And when we came down, we got some sandy pony donuts. And on Father's Day when I woke up, woke up, I thought, hey, maybe some donuts went up. And there was a two day old sandy pony donut that was left over.

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"brookline" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 5 months ago

"brookline" Discussed on WTOP

"Over to Dave Johnson. We learned from history and history told us we should have been headed for a playoff in the U.S. open three previous times U.S. over the country club outside Boston. All three times in a playoff and yesterday Matt's Fitzpatrick with the lead ended up in a fairway bunker on 18. If there was one shot that I've struggled with this year that I will just do not want it's a fairway bonker shot. And I don't know, I guess sort of ability just took over and one of the best shots of it of all time. Yeah, one of your best shots of your life, you should probably hit it at the U.S. open if you can't able to save par for one stroke win of a rose alert tours and Scottie scheffler and Fitzpatrick's final round, something to behold Matt ward of goal today. The entire day of ball striking at a U.S. open venue was truly marvelous and I don't want to get carried away here, but it would be at the level of what a Tiger Woods or a Jack Nicklaus would have done during your primes. It was really that sensational to see. Well, if it's Patrick joins, Jack Nicholas is the only man to win a U.S. amateur and U.S. open on the same course, you know, not sure I'm ever gonna get used to 1130 a.m. first pitch, you know, but that's what happened yesterday at the nationals. Give you some result though, 9 three one of the Phillies and Jackson Petro gets the win pitches 7 innings. Orioles to what would have to raise the mystics, 71 63, whatever Connecticut might not know the name David blitzer, but a lot of fans and a lot of cities know him. He's now the first person to have equity in all 5 major U.S. sports leagues. He just bought a stake in the Cleveland guardians already owns a sixers, the Devils, part ownership of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Major League Soccer's real Salt Lake. Dave Johnson, a util sports

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"brookline" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

GOLF.com Podcast

05:47 min | 5 months ago

"brookline" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

"Who was who was our low Liv man? Is that Dustin Johnson in the end? I think Dustin Johnson at T 24, he seemed like a guy that could potentially have the firepower to make some sort of charge on Sunday. I mean, a couple of beefy boys didn't really show up for you on Sunday. One was John rom, who strangely just kind of vanished, only made one birdie seemed like through three rounds he was arguably playing the best golf of anyone in the field. And then Sam Burns, who was at 200 to start the day, shot 5 over 40 on the back 9, doubled 13, we'd stumbled on his ball. In the Woods left of the 15th, he got out of there with just a bogey, but I guess is there anything unexpected about that or that's just sort of how we end golf goes. Yeah, you know, it was weird to see John Robbins completely implode. Really didn't see it coming, right? I mean, he was playing so well on Saturday and then he doubled 18. And then everybody, the vibe was still very much like our John Robin's going to win this. And then he just sort of vanished relatively quickly on Sunday. You know, I do think there was a few beef cakes who sort of did some stuff. Gary Woodland notching a top ten, Seamus power, notching a T 12. I was thinking Mark leishman getting into T 14 months interesting. But you know, there was a good mix of guys, but yeah, I didn't think outside of the very top of the leaderboard. We saw Fitzpatrick get his major. He said he his number was 6. That was the number of majors he's aiming for, which is alarming as a diehard Nick faldo fan that he's trying to he's trying to become the new most majors one by an English man. And then outside of that, I don't know, will Zelda Torres just give me a Sergio Garcia vibes there. Good bull strike about putter types, you know, someone who's going to win his major, but maybe not as many as we might thought, but yeah, those are sort of my storylines going into the next major. Somehow Luke, we've made it this far without really talking about the specter of doom hanging over this entire week. And that has been live in the sense that, look, yeah, now we've got the live guys back together with the PGA Tour loyalists. For a major championship clash, but now some more guys are going to start to defect. I mean, there was just this weird sense this afternoon of like, oh, right now it's going to keep happening. Dustin Johnson finished his round and he skipped media and was in the car on the way off property before we knew it. Bryson finished his round and actually went to the driving range. Prepping theoretically for his next round, which is going to be at pumpkin ridge in Oregon at the next live event. Abraham answer was announced on a Mexican TV broadcast as committed to leaving for Liv. So it was just hanging in the air. All week long..

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"brookline" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

GOLF.com Podcast

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"brookline" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

"I think you can learn more from watching a guy like Matt Fitzpatrick play golf than a guy like, you know, Sam Burns or will zalatoris or some sort of new age athlete type because Moffitt's Patrick isn't the guy with all these physical tools, transcendent talent, anything like that. I mean, he's a talented guy. Obviously. But the reason why Fitzpatrick won the U.S. open today is because of he did the same things that you or I could do in order to get better at our game. He was really disciplined in picking a plan and sticking with it. He wasn't trying to blow everything up, as I was saying, it's trying to play his own game. It doesn't particularly care how something looks if it helps. Wide ships cross handed and pots with a pin in, because he thinks it'll help him. And when I asked him about that, do you ever get embarrassed about how something looked? He didn't even compete with him. He's like, no, you know, if I wanted to finish second my whole life, I would. I would care about something looks, but it helps, why would I? And so these are all just really interesting and good reminders just for the golfer at home, right? Who cares how something looks if it helps? If you're disciplined, if you stick with a plan and if you pick a plan and stick with it, you'll get better because of it. If you're smart about the way you work, then you'll get better at golf and you'll get incrementally in your improved incrementally every single day to the point where you're playing the best gulf of your life. And to me, that's a really inspiring, cool message that Matt Fitzpatrick represents. Folks, I do want to take a second to tell you about rad Moore golf. That is the best apparel company in the game. I was wearing it all week long at Brookline getting a lot of comments. A lot of comments in our drop zone specific line. But what I want.

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Matt Fitzpatrick holds on to win first U.S. Open

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Matt Fitzpatrick holds on to win first U.S. Open

"England's Matt Fitzpatrick is the 122nd U.S. open champion following a one stroke victory at the country club to claim his first major title Fitzpatrick shot a two under par 68 to finish at 6 under after sharing the 54 hole lead with will zalatoris zalatoris shot 69 to finish tide per second with world number one Scottie scheffler who shot 67 Japan's Hideki matsuyama carted a tournament low 65 and was three shots back and forth last year's U.S. open winner John rom tied for 12 that won over Geffen cool bob Brookline Massachusetts

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Morikawa, Rahm, McIlroy bring buzz to Brookline in US Open

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Morikawa, Rahm, McIlroy bring buzz to Brookline in US Open

"Joel Damon and Colin Morikawa share a one stroke lead at 5 under par after second round play at the U.S. open Damon narrowly missed a 12 and a half foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to take the outright lead but saved part to cap his two under 68 I'm excited my game is obviously pretty good right now Handled nerves pretty well out there today Meanwhile Morikawa grabbed a share of the lead after a birdie on 17 and carted the low round of the day with a 66 Last few days is a huge confidence booster for me Heading into this weekend Cameron young missed the three over cut but sank the 48th hole in one in U.S. open history on the par three 6th hole Phil Mickelson shot 73 to finish 11 over Geth and cool bob Brookline Massachusetts

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm check Freeman Two major sporting events to the Boston area on the same day We start with basketball or an NBA champion was crowned Golden State is back on top The warriors fourth title in the last 8 seasons in control much of the night in a one O three 90 clincher over Boston in game 6 Steph Curry had 34 and was named Sirius MVP While engulfed Rory McIlroy is chasing his 5th major championship he is one of 5 golfers at 301 stroke back after opening round play at the country club in Brookline Massachusetts Adam hadwin is the leader with his 66 Baseball the New York Yankees won their 14th straight home game on the strength of Anthony Rizzo's walk off home run in the bottom of the 9th inning in a two to one we had over Tampa New York mets rallied from a four to one deficit the top Milwaukee 5 four Philadelphia beat Washington 11 the two Kyle schwarber Homer twice Joe musgrove improved to 80 leading San Diego past the Chicago Cubs 6 to four and the Oakland a's got just their second win in 15 tries in a four to three victory over Boston Check Freeman AP sports

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Hadwin leads US Open as McIlroy makes statement with clubs

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Hadwin leads US Open as McIlroy makes statement with clubs

"Canada's Adam hadwin emerged with a one stroke lead after the first round of the 122nd U.S. open at the country club Hadwin carded a four under par 66 and birdied 5 of his final 6 holes on the front 9 to take the outright lead Not much better of a start to a U.S. open I don't think that you can ask for I did a lot of good things got a nice run there Midway through the front Rory McIlroy headlines a 6 way tie for second after beginning his pursuit of a 5th major title with a three under 67 It's been 8 years since I won a major and I just want to get my hands on one again Defending U.S. open champion John rahm was three off the pace at one under while Phil Mickelson stumbled out to an 8 over 78 Geffen kobach Brookline Massachusetts

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"brookline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:46 min | 5 months ago

"brookline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Enterprises think they need a complete supply chain revamp They're fed up with massive hits to revenue profits and reputation Thinking the same can help Hundreds of Fortune 500 and global 2000 enterprises count on gee software to transform their supply chains for greater agility and resilience with complete visibility and better control GE software strategy managed services This is Bloomberg daybreak Asia It's a quarter past the hour now time for a check of sport from around the world here's Dan schwarzman Thanks Brian The U.S. open is often running at the country club in Brookline Massachusetts with Rory McIlroy who according to Las Vegas is a favorite finishing his round right atop the leaderboard at three under Colin Morikawa who's also a top contender according to Vegas and his day at one under Meanwhile defending champion John rom also finishes his first round at one under Other notables include Hideki matsuyama had even part and Jordan Spieth the two over The Premier League has released its fixture schedule for the 2022 2023 season which starts on August 5th with new Manchester United manager Eric ten hugs starting his tenure with a whole match against Brighton at Old Trafford Meanwhile the first meeting between league winner Manchester City and runner up Liverpool will be on October 15th at Anfield for the second meeting set for April 1st Inter Milan's initial €5 million loan offered at Chelsea for disappointing rahm Lukaku has been rejected with Stanford bridge looking to receive €15 million for Lukaku Reports though say Chelsea would accept closer to 10 million for the striker who joined the blues for a €115 million just last summer from inter The Golden State Warriors are looking to win their fourth championship in the past 8 years as you're taking on the Celtics at TV garden in Boston in game 6 of the NBA Finals leading three games to two Finally the Colorado avalanche will take their one game to none series lead over the Tampa Bay lightning into game two of the Stanley Cup final on Saturday at home in Denver after winning game one in overtime four to three I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports op aid Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day At Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app And at Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business line It was clearly a day when fear of recession grip markets and sent equities tumbling after that relief rally yesterday You know that supersized rate hike from the fed really underscores the enormity of the inflation threat fed shared J Powell seemed to express confidence yesterday in avoiding the hard landing scenario markets don't seem to be convinced of that probability Dao industrial average today down 2.4% S&P 500 off about 3.2% NASDAQ comp drops 4% today and we had yields right across the curve moving.

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"brookline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"brookline" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In Denver game one went to overtime Gobbled up by GT copper down the middle copper holt shoots its block The choosing with a bird Hopkins is gone Andre with a giant goal And you don't have to go home but you can't stay here because this party is over In Denver abs one four three they're 13 and two in the playoffs Golden State Warriors can win the NBA championship tonight game 6 of the finals and Boston where this morning the U.S. open begins country club in Brookline defending champ John rahm as an early teen time so does royally mcelroy and Jordan speak John stash hour Bloomberg sports John John thank you 5 37 on Wall Street And it's time for the Bloomberg tri state business report for that We're joined by Ed coury New Jersey will expand its planned property tax relief program providing more than $2 billion to more than 2 million households residents with income of up to $250,000 will be eligible homeowners will get as much as 1500 bucks renters will get as much as 450 Golden tree asset management has been ordered to pay a $1.2 million bonus to a former chief operating officer He was fired for lying about an affair with a subordinate making lewd comments and exposing himself a Manhattan Supreme Court judge has sided with an arbitrator who said Christians work for the company entitled him to the bonus When a gauge of New York State manufacturing activity shrank for a second month in a row in June a measure of inflationary pressure at producers picked up the Federal Reserve bank of New York's general business conditions index improved to -1.2 from -11.6 That's your Bloomberg tri state business report I'm Ed Corey Thanks had 5 38 on Wall Street Bloomberg radio is on the air from San Francisco to New York London to Hong Kong Now let's check in now with our global news team for some of the top stories heard on our 300 affiliate radio stations around the world.

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"brookline" Discussed on Playing a Round with Paige Renee

Playing a Round with Paige Renee

02:24 min | 6 months ago

"brookline" Discussed on Playing a Round with Paige Renee

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"brookline" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

05:31 min | 8 months ago

"brookline" Discussed on No Laying Up

"I feel like from his perspective, it would the worst case scenario would be to announce he's playing and then by Wednesday be like, yo, I just shot like 48 on the front, like I can't do it, right? So he can kind of come in this way, not having put a ton of pressure on himself to do it. Feel his way out and assuming all is good to go. He's going to do it. But he could get up there and be like, because right before, but it's also not like he's going to another planet. Like golf is golf on some level to where it's like he's not going to show up to be like 32 or 62 on the front 9. You know what I mean? Before Safeway back in 2016, whatever it was, he was getting ready to go. Like he was he was played 9 holes before getting ready to go play it. And he lost 6 or 7 balls in shot like 48 and withdrew from the tournament. So I think that's just kind of like, all right, I hit some balls of metals, but like I'm going to go hit some at Augusta and feel like can I hold the back right shelf on 6? Can I fly at the right number on 12? Can you start feeling your way around that? If you can kind of, I think he's kind of counting on getting back there. If this was like Brookline, there'd be no chance he'd be playing right now, I don't think if it was southern hills, don't think he'd be doing it, but look, I know this place. I know all the places I can miss it. I know where to hit it. I know how to do these shots. I've won this tournament 5 times. I might just give this a shot. I'm not taking up anybody else's spot. I can go all the way up to Wednesday and it doesn't really affect anything. That would be a sick take, though. If somebody was calling out Tiger for taking up a spot. I would be here. I was gonna say, it's pretty unfair to the first alternate. Richard bland. What if he's honing a par three trophy? Competition yet. I think he's not playing the part three. I think that's, I think he already announced that. I got to imagine he's not taken literally any more steps than he has to take. I think the weather forecast for Tuesday probably bumped him up, getting there a day earlier. It looks like Wednesday could rain some too. It looks just like some iffy conditions in general in the early part. It looks like it could be a cool masters a little bit on Friday Saturday. Sure, of course, subject to change. But again, maybe I'm caught up too much in the hype train, but I've made the promise to myself I'm not going to doubt him again. I'm not going to do it. I'm not going to say, he's going to go mess the cut. I'm not going to do it ever again. 2019 changed that forever. If he does tee it up based on all accounts, there was an Evan priest tweeted that he hit every shot perfect on the range today. Fuck it, I'm in. I'll follow that. I don't care. I'm looking for a semblance of things. We'll do the fucking I'm in also on speed later. I'm tempted you with a heads up Spieth versus yeah, we're getting Tiger bet right now. At all Tiger bets should be off the board. We don't know what's gonna happen, but truly anything is possible. How did he get it? I had clean solly out right now with a Spieth and Tiger versus the field, but. It's been a great year, pics for you at this point. So at Mel's 19 two 30 said, how does he actually do? What are his expectations? Who does this benefit? Guys under the radar now Rory JT, does it change anything related to that? I don't think so. I don't think so either. You know, it's going to attract some attention for sure, but I don't think, I don't feel like anyone's really coming in with a huge target on their back this year more so than other years. But very, very open, which if it does, it feels like we obviously say that more and more as kind of the top player in the world mantle kind of gets passed around. But I don't know, I hope I'm preaching moderate takes, which is always good business. Yeah, that's a very bad business, but I think that, you know, hopefully we've moved past the idea of like, if he does go out and shoot 45 on the front 9, I hope people are just like, ah, you know what, man. Who cares? Yeah. Who cares? He's out there. He's having fun. Again, ever since he said that in his own press conference, whatever that was a couple years ago, like a hero, I think. We were saying, anything else in my career is like gravy to this point is kind of like, yeah, that's how I've been handling a lot of this stuff too. And that's where I'm kind of like, I'm not my massive Tiger fanboy days are behind me. I'm very happy to say that. I feel very confident about that. And it is truly like, if he plays, hell yeah, would love to watch. And if he doesn't, don't care, wasn't planning on it. I was excited about either. Plenty of other stuff to watch too. So it's all all upside. I don't buy that he'd be distracting or, you know, there's other great storylines going now. This is a fucking huge deal. If Tiger plays in this, this is, I mean, again, this wasn't even on my radar as of two weeks ago, because I was like, no, he's not going to walk a gust after almost losing his leg. Are you serious? Maybe we get the old course and now here we are. I'm stunned, so. Anything more to add big guy, you ready? You ready to move on from this one? No, people don't want my services. What about I'm wearing foot joys today? Anything on that? That's wild. I'm amazed how much people care about this or how fast that was noticed, I guess, but I'm guessing it has something to do with the leg, but I'm sure I'll be asked about that too. I think gear Twitter plus Tiger Twitter plus sneaker Twitter is that's a potent brew that we're really mixing up there. So mixing makes and gymnastics Twitter somehow and we got ourselves a stew. That's why I couldn't believe it when Randy set that over immediately. Did you guys see where foot joys? Oh my God. I can't believe this changes to everything for me. You know what I will say, rainy, and don't roll your eyes or if you do turn your camera off so I can't see you. I'm unsubscribed again from all the Charlie takes, but the idea of getting after seeing those two at the father son together. The idea of.

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"brookline" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"brookline" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"What are you an expert on giving really for somebody. Who's not an expert here giving very good answers. Yes yes but because the in this case this case. I can't more about bookkeeper. Because posts places data on goalkeeper servers. The name of bookkeeper server is the bookie and so you can configure the bookie brookline in this case is a poster roker to place the data according to placement policy. And you can use a basement. Boys radio out of the box that deal with multi regions but also you can deal with the fourth remains and this is one of the interesting features of bookkeeper because you can configure you can specify many properties about where you want to steal your data for instance. I want to have a six copies of my data and one that three copies to wonder center and or to one fold zone and the other copies goes to another center to another place. And i want to be sure that this configuration is in place and if something breaks. That is something that fixes. The placement started daytime replaced. Data in other places for instance. If you lose a iraq talking about recor where iraq weirdness or original. It's very advanced that end. I know about many companies that are running very complex placement policy configurations like salesforce. For instance and poster can leverage all of these features form bookkeeper out of the books because it is a layer on top of bookkeeper. So what. You're telling me this. This so kafka i think of as not it's a roo super-rich high level message bus ecosystem but it almost sounds like it's sort of like the garbage collected version of what pulsar is where pulsar. You have a little bit more fine. Grain control over the resource management whereas in kafka you have finer grain control over the api and the application interactions festival. Pulsar is second-generation. So it was born after kafka. Who design poser. Started from these three of kafka. Okay but i want to say that sorry. Pi is very very full of features. And you ever. The puzzle client api in java and python and other bindings in c. plus plus but. Also you have a cer- a your that. He's very like to connect for instance impulsive of the schema registry that these imbedded in the system so when you are working with poster you start thinking about the issue wanted you can use it you can use it to out of the box scheme registry so you can use avro. You can include data with jason. You don't have to configure. Sarah lighter civilized us everything is android out medically by police or so there possibly is richer than calf. Kpi i'm coming from kafka and when i started to use poser in my previous company i really like it. They enjoyed poser. There were many things that i could with kafka and now like a recording or avarice chemo management and impulsive. You have them really out of the box separate question. I believe there has been a pulsar company. I know they got acquired right. The polls company got acquired. Didn't they there is no or compares no pulsar company. Okay no poster was born inside. Yeah i realized that. But i thought there was accompanied productized. It and i think they were on the show and it didn't work out for one reason or another my thinking at the time was basically because somebody asked me about this somebody was asking about investing in it and i said i think it's dangerous because and this is like i've built products in the wrong market before several different times. It's been very hard. But you know my thinking at the time was kafka has the microphone. Everybody's gonna use kafka there's just or concious. Maybe google puffs up. Maybe but basically you're gonna use kafka or read as pops up maybe or random q. Maybe but basically you're using kafka if you're building a platform on top of pub sub and i got what they were saying about pulsar. To the extent that i understood it was different. And i understood that there were trade offs and that had value and that the bookkeeper abstraction was meaningful and i was always partial to the keeper suffix because beds zookeeper zookeeper. Mascot is probably the best patch. You i con. i've seen the guy with zookeeper mascot. The guy standing there with a shovel good anyway. Yeah so. I knew pulsar was good..

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"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Been around for years in the Commonwealth, actually for more than two decades. And now back to our top story cities and towns across the state taking time today to mark Juneteenth, the day Commemorating the end of slavery in the US, Massachusetts made at a state holiday last July, Congress made it a federal holiday earlier this week, a 94 year old activists openly is celebrating after fighting for years to get that legislation passed. Lee started Opals Walk to D. C in 2016 walking in cities across the nation. To commemorate the 2.5 years it took for enslaved blacks in Texas to learn that they were free. She appeared at events everywhere with celebrities, politicians and much younger activist. A pit bull has nothing on me. If I can get a home to I'm going to stick with it. Lee was at the White House when President Biden signed the bill making Juneteenth a federal holiday into law this week. And says she has a new focus. Making sure people learn about that momentous day on June 19th 18 65. I'm going to take up the cause of getting the truth into the schoolbooks Allison Keyes, CBS News and the town of Brookline, hosting a Juneteenth celebration in Brookline Avenue Park that's lasting until eight p.m. tonight that followed a freedom march that was held this morning. Meanwhile, a different celebration in Worcester yesterday to honor a local sports legend. There's WBC's Mike. He was the Boston Celtics six times at NBA Champion of Basketball Hall of Fame ER, but Bob Cousy earned the name Mr Basketball because he was the consummate team player. Celtics play by play man, Mike Gorman says Cuzzi made his teammates great, truly made everybody better. And.

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"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"From Ridley School to Brookline Avenue Park. Brookline Town. Meeting member Donal O'Neill was one of the event organizers czar voice The people are calling this town and minority populations. Voice has been so silenced. I want to say, literally silenced, Um, that board meetings and whatnot. We need to change and the march ended in a day long celebration in the park that continues until eight P.M. Tonight. There's food, games, music and more among many places celebrating Juneteenth today, the Museum of Fine Arts Here's WBC's Carl Stevens to fill us in the unique thing about what's going on at the M F A Today for Juneteenth is where it's all happening. The good news is that we planned this when we thought we might still be limited capacity. So all of our activities are outside Makeba. McBride is chief of learning and community engagement at the M F. A. This is their first in person celebration in more than a year. She calls what's happening there today a commemoration and I think it's a moment in time for us to really put a marker down to say This is a museum for all of Boston. This is a museum that welcomes everybody, and we want everybody who lives here and who is traveling here to know that they should come and visit us. And so we're excited to continue to open our doors. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio, as a summer heat ratchets up, Remember to drink 8 to 10 cups of water every day, especially Children, Doctor Patel Patel with Kaiser Permanente says. The Children, maybe say higher than normal risk of dehydration as they get back in shape after spending so much time indoors for online classes. If they're not, they're acting normal Selves, the kind of moping around sitting on the couch laying down a lot. That means they're kinda at the point where they need to get a lot of Sutent. And students across the state are celebrating the end of a very challenging school year, Governor Charlie Baker says. When they do return to class in the fall, they can ditch their face mess. Baker says local school boards can ultimately make up their own rules about it. But the state will be lifting its restrictions and with Covid case is continuing to decline. Many cities and towns are likely to follow suit. Meanwhile, in Missouri and some other states across the nation called 19 Hospitalization numbers are on the rise. Main CDC director Dr Nero Shaw says Unvaccinated youth are being hard hit by the Delta variant emergence of the Delta variant, which has now been found in many states across the United States. Does pose a challenge to our collective efforts to squash covid once and for all, and the very NPR's discovered in India said to be a highly contagious variant compared to the previously dominant strain of Covid seen here in the United States and coming up City Employees in Boston file a complaint Against acting Mayor Kim Janey that straight ahead. But first we're going to check those roads a lot going on today. Traffic and weather together Now the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and David still bad trouble on the pike in Framingham. Yeah, And now we have a new problem. Downtown Sherry, the lower deck 93 year all the way back from Assembly square to that left lane crash in the O Neill Leverett down ramp his fault. Open south. Beyond that, has that locked up from the City Square tunnel right to the loop ramp. The river roads are okay. Airport tunnels are on time going out west Sherry on Route nine. Westbound, heavy to crash before the pike and framing him on the pike Westbound James, two miles past that work zone and framing him. Traffic has shifted eastbound pass Route nine due to a bridge replacement project and cell phone. Now we have a new right lane crash before 4 95 in that works on the West gets heavy before and after to 90 in Auburn eastbound side of the pipe is solid two miles through that work zone in Southborough. Also an earlier cleared crashing the breakdown lane, causing heavy curiosity there too nineties. Okay. 4 95 cell phones still back Solid three. House. Good guy all the way down to 2 90 in Berlin, David said. Ronnie WBZ traffic on the threes and now we'll check the weather. It's a warm one today and humid highs, reaching 85 to 90 in the city seventies on the Cape and Islands, a mix of sun and clouds. Tonight it will be cloudy..

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"brookline" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"brookline" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"The city is loosening pandemic restrictions You can now do. Two hundred fifty people at a wedding but standing and dancing is not allowed. It's ridiculous in brookline massachusetts one of the most educated parts of the country by the way they have decided to keep the outdoor mass. Bandai this from cbs. Boston the outdoor mask mandate will remain in place until further notice brooklyn. The announcement came on the same day. The state eased its outdoor mask mandate allowing people to not wear a mask outside in public as long as it is possible socially distance our face covering requirement has served as a protective layer that limits the possibility of spreading covid nineteen and. We are reluctant to relax at this time. Without further public. Input and review by the advisory council of public health said the health commissioner Swannee jet the mandate will remain in place until review despite the cd statement the most educated communities in america's decided to keep the outdoor mask mandate. Because it's a virtue signal that they're not like the other people. Let's let's let's just call it what it is. This is all about virtue signal. The people who can't let the pandemic go because it gives them an easy way in public to signal virtue speak of the pandemic from the new york. Post the american federation of teachers. Lobbied the cdc on an even suggested language for the federal agency school reopening guidance released in february the powerful teachers unions full court press preceded the federal agency putting the brakes on a full reopening of in person classrooms emails between the cdc the a. f. t. and the white house show the emails were obtained through a freedom of information act request by the conservative watchdog group americans for public trust and provided to the new york. Post the documents show a flurry of activity between the cdc director. Dr rochelle linski her. Top advisers and union officials with biden brass be looted from the white house of the days before the highly anticipated february twelve announcement on.

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"brookline" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"brookline" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Well as Nancy. Your wife will really like this breaking news. We have just learned That they've caught tuxedos. Suspected killer I have to say suspected killer. But the animal cruelty squad with the NYPD have apprehended Fulton Gordon in regards to that gruesome death of tuxedo tuxedo, The adorable little cat who was multi death. Right? Bye bye to dogs. So tuxedo in the Brookline house is not far from my group where I grew up in Cannes, RC 180 s and flatlines. Was the mayor of Brookline houses this tuxedo cat because everyone loved that tuxedo cat. It kept away the rats, the minds the rodents. LaTonya Walker resident She handled the cat colony says she tends to feral catch. And two other residents sick, their pit bull terriers and just shredded, shredded poor tuxedo who didn't have a chance. And then immediately the street culture took effect because Then she went in there with guardian Angel. She's head of the Guardian Angel Animal Protection Division, and it was snitches, get stitches and end up in ditches. John catch him a tedious who loves cats bag when he ran for mayor, he actually was the first candidate ever to advocate the end of killing cats and dogs in the New York City shelter system. That was unheard of back then it's something obviously I'm carrying forward and I know he believes in, but he put his money where his mouth is $1000 reward. So right now we gotta find out. Who it is that deserves the $1000 that John catch Matete each put up on behalf of W A. B C for any information leading to the capture of the person or persons who sick their pit bull terriers on This great cat tuxedo. Another shout out to the New York Post, which covered this story. I mean, constantly and specifically, one reporter Gabriel from Rouge. She was like on all they had other reporters on it, but she was like she made this like a personal quest. There were petitions from all over the world saying, Hey, what are you doing about this? And the NYPD finally prioritizes the way they should, Because if people attack cats and dogs You know the next thing they start attacking his people. It always starts with abuse of animals and then the abuse of maybe their own Children, their own wives, husbands, boyfriends, girlfriends, co workers, whatever it always escalates. But this Fulton Gordon the suspect now will he just kind of be given a goodie bag and sent on his way or what's going to happen? He got, like everyone else in this city gets now no matter how heinous the crime. Disappearance Ticket a desk appearance ticket. He lives in Brookline. Whoever it is, they gave the information according to the new bail, no bail provision. His attorney, Whether it's legal aid, whether he gets legal aid, which we pay for, we get stoned private attorney will have the information on who Cooperated with the police. Within two weeks Now, you know, probably that person lives in the Brookline houses. You know how difficult it's going to be for that person of persons? Because the code is gonna be old, he snitched out. Snitched out, Fulton so homey, man, you know we're gonna get you. You know, I may take us forever. We're gonna get you. We're gonna get you relatives, then all of a sudden the car. You know the keys get rubbed on the car. The tires get flatten. You know the harassment begins people pounding on the door Three o'clock in the morning. You know, threats being made and no potatoes. You think the district attorney is gonna issue an order of protection? No way. No way very scary. So we applaud the people who came forward and provided this information. We applaud W A. B. C and John catchment TV star owner operated for putting up $1000 reward money. That might evolution DUP some of the pit the people's tongues, and it's something that we hear a W A. B C will be doing on a regular basis when it comes to animal abuse. Absolutely great great cooperation, great cooperation and especially The great work of the Tanya Walker for managing those cat colonies Because it it is those feral cats. It's better than pesticides. I'm telling you, it keeps the rats the rodents in the mice away and to die. This kind of a desk horrific. Maybe I you know, I was like Phone. Gordon on Fulton will probably be on the offensive against those who gave information that led to his arrest seven naturally, his release You think he'd want to face Kurdish Lee won? What are you saying? I think he should not want to face you. But he's got those two pit bulls. So I'm a little worried about that. Never stopped me before. Ain't gonna stop me. Now you got a death, which I always have, haven't I? But anyway, that's the lowest of the low. Absolutely abused. Remember, they're abusing their pit bulls. They weren't born that way away. So they train them to become killers. And you know they're they're They're not born that way. He reminds me last year, right at the time of the Super Bowl. They had Michael Vick. Remember, they were giving him an award who had trained his pit bulls in Virginia to kill and to sort of get them excited. He would throw little dogs into the bullring. And he would he would get all incredibly excited was like psycho sexual release watching pit bulls that were trained to kill other animals. And now he's like on a pedestal. The NFL Michael Vick, dog killer. Get out of here! Thanks for that. You gave me two pieces of great news today NFL ratings in the tank because our listeners prefer to throw snowballs instead of footballs. And the fact that the killer of tuxedo those to train the pit bull. Two killers in the Brookline housing projects have been arrested by the NYPD. Now we got to be able to protect Those who gave the information and see who the $1000 reward goes to provided by John Catsimatidis and W. A. B. C.

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"brookline" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"brookline" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"We're going to step in and say You can't adopt this animal out. It really Is it absurd given that they have no say over it once the animals out of their hands, So it was very distressing. I mean, this was ah. Tiny cat. It was one that would have to be bottle fed, and that's another issue, too. I mean, you have animals who need a little bit of like, overnight care if they need to be. I mean, we rescued for just left. Just last summer who were going to be euthanized because they didn't have overnight staff to bottle feed them. And that was enough to make them, you know, put on the kill list so I mean, there's already enough vulnerable animals in the shelter that, you know, they mean again. You really can't be shutting down the on Lee facility in Manhattan. Because you didn't plan accordingly. I mean, right now, you could just bring some people in. I mean, you put out signs instead of asking for force that asked for volunteers to come in and started doing the job that these people were doing. Well, you know, it's interesting because when we were on our way to go to the Brooklyn Animal care and control facility on Woodhaven Boulevard, we were more than halfway there. They called you and said Most like a scene out of Goodfellas. There's nothing you could do. Well, yeah, correct. We do it on and I remember you pulling over to the side and banging the dashboard and cursing and crying. Because he was like It was like three o'clock in the afternoon. Him. They wanted to go home. So they they killed they killed the cat. No, no now on a different issue. Tuxedo has become a world renowned cat. Now there are elements all over the world that want to find the two individuals. Who sicked their pit bulls, obviously that they had trained to kill when I'm playing the dogs we blame their owners in the Brookline House is not far from where I grew up with cannot. She meets East New York. The tuxedo cat was considered the mayor, the titular mayor. Brookline houses. Can you explain what has transpired since Well, yes, I mean, like you said, it's It's already started to go on a lot of attention on day and exactly what this amazing woman who was taking care of and continues to take care of. Um, the managed cat colonies. Um, she does exactly the important type of work that needs to be done to keep these animals out of the shelter in the first place by caring for the ones who are outdoors by fixing them by making sure More don't wind up, you know needlessly in the shelter, and you know, I think, as usually happens. Unfortunately, it's It's not really considered a high priority type of a fence. So It seemed as though maybe The NYPD was kind of, you know, not really pushing forward as much as they could. And obviously, people were getting very distressed and then also just thinking about the idea that you have basically these two cycle paths running around the complex who I mean, you hope they don't have Children living in their house. I mean, or elderly people. I mean, these are people who really need to be caught. So you know it's beyond in defense against an animal. It's really looking for someone who needs to be addressed in terms of they shouldn't be. Mingling around with the rest of society because something's off with them. So now it's become. You know, it's gotten attention where there's a petition. Um, that's being signed online. Um, it's Ah, you know, and it's basically asking, you know, too. Really played the animal victory dot organs where people are signing their name on this petition, and it's really just pressing the NYPD to prioritize finding these people. And really aggressively looking into it, because it's I mean, it's just it's horrific when any animal passes away, But for this animal to have suffered the way that that you know that he did is It's just beyond comprehension. It's it's really disturbing, so world interested. Concept. Imagine people all over the world who have been galvanized by the murder. The shredding. Of the tuxedo Cat who was the titular mayor of the Brookline Housing Project, and Nancy, You know, here at WNBC on WNBC radio dot com. Our owner operated John Catch him a tedious has posted a reward for $1000 for anyone who can give information that leads to the capture and the arrest of these two individuals. Guardian Angels have put up the wanted flyers with the reward fliers throughout the Brooklyn Houses Public housing unit, and it reminds me back, and it was in 2014 John was running for mayor in a Republican primary against Joe Loda. You remember what one of his campaign planks Woz, which at that time was unheard. Um, well, I know that, um one of them had to do with assisting people with Food for the for the catch. But I mean, it's to have anyone running where they absorb an animal platform is Very unique, but extremely extremely needed. Well, he actually called for the end. Of the killings in animal care and control to turn them into no kill shelters. That was in 2014. Yeah. I mean, yeah. I mean on Don't. Fortunately in New York City shelters are Probably one of the worst run throughout the United States, which is, which is I mean, given that they're getting over $20 million a year, almost exclusively from the city to care for these animals, the volume that they euthanize and And it's just I mean, they really don't sadly, they don't really serve a purpose and, unfortunately, don't have an incentive to change because they just got a renewal contract as the managing shelter system. For over 30 years. So I mean, what incentive is there to do any better at this point? Uh ah. That's some point tonight I will return to the layer as we call it where we raised the 13 rescue cats that you've Rescued from being killed. At the shelters and just do me one favor. You have to. You have to change the litter. You have to continue to change the litter because I cannot have changed. A little e cannot afford to get a double hernia. You know, sometime running for mayor now, please. Nancy, don't ever ask me you. There's so much later in the house. Yes, I know. I know. Personally, All right. We'll continue your great work and props to John. Catch Matete Ease. Who puts his money up front to save animals and remember 2014. It was unheard of. He ran on a platform. Of no kill shelters. We all need to respect that. Because if you don't take care of animals You're not going to take care of people. Oh, smart, are you thank you can beat Bernie Bernie with a lot of books. Your chance to find out is coming up Monday in the 9 a.m. hour to be burning. Listen for top Fearless boilers Beat Bernie Contest on 77 W A. B. C. You know, and I had to change the litter each day twice a day for the 13 rescue catch that we have in our 320 square foot apartment on the Upper West side..

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Brookline Elementary School Is Renamed For Black Activist Florida Ruffin Ridley

WBZ Midday News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Brookline Elementary School Is Renamed For Black Activist Florida Ruffin Ridley

"And elementary school that John F. Kennedy once attended, is being renamed to honor a black activist and suffragist after research revealed that the schools previous namesake was a slave owner. Public school district in Brookline says will be holding an online ceremony next week formally renaming the school as the Florida roof in Ridley School. The town agreed on the name back in 2019 after deciding to abandon its previous one, The Edward Devotion school. Ridley was a prominent black activist and writer who supported women's suffrage as well as the anti lynching movement.

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"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Boston, Cambridge and Brookline. It's 12 55. This portion of the news brought to you by rain. Central dot com A New Year's day outdoor tradition here amounts of true says has been reimagined in the pandemic. The Bay State's first day hikes program has been transformed into a weeklong event. It's a free guided hiking event that began in Massachusetts back in 1992 and was rolled out nationwide in 2012. This year. The Department of Conservation and Recreation DCR is extending the tours to prevent overcrowding and stop the spread of Cove. It also in Rhode Island, the first day high tradition, also looking different this year as authorities our asking residents to go on Lee with members of their household. And as always stay distance and with no guide it walks this year. The first meteor shower of 2021 is this weekend. Let's get more details from correspondent Mark Mayfield. NASA calls the quad granted one of the best annual meteor showers, although it's short compared to others. Peak activity for the quad granted is usually only about six hours for two nights, and this year it falls on January 2nd and third Under ideal conditions, as many as 62 200 M can be seen during the peak hours. I'm Mark Mayfield as family struggle with remote and in person learning. These days, educators are apparently noticing a large group of students missing from the roster This year. I'm talking about kindergartners CBS and I owe me recommend explains why some families are now opting for a kindergarten gap here and what parents need to know in your garden isn't required in parts of the country, so some parents are opting for kids to skip it altogether. We worry about the impact that not having Children participate in these educational opportunities will have both in the short term. But importantly, you know, over the long term, Rebecca chose to send Riley to preschool again to avoid virtual learning. A five year old can do that to be sitting with her. Forcing her to do the remote learned. I've already seen a huge improvement in her academically, and she's really excited to show me her letters and numbers. She thinks her daughter will be more than ready for kindergarten next year and hopes things are more normal by then. Naomi Rockem. CBS News Taking a look now at the latest covert numbers here in Massachusetts, 6887 new covert cases reported yesterday and 81 more fatalities. A seven day average positivity rate. 8.6% 2271 covert 19 patients in the hospital with 417 people in the ICU. Looks like 190 communities are in the red or at high risk for Cove it that's up from 188 communities last week. Estimated active covert 19 cases Now in the Bay State, 80,359 and more than 12,000 people have lost their lives are Covad here in Massachusetts? As we welcome the new year, a rising industry may see some growth. More states could be legalizing marijuana in the 2021. Let's find out more from Sarah Bartlett. Seven more states could join the list of 34 states that currently have legalized pot for either medical or recreational use. New York and Connecticut. Both had legalization of Efforts underway in early 2020, but put them on hold when the Cocotte 19 pandemic hit governors in Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, New Mexico and Virginia have all voiced support for legalization. In Texas. Several marijuana bills will be taken up when the state Legislature reconvenes this month again that Sarah Bartlett reporting it is 12 58 coming up next in two minutes at one o'clock. A message from local leaders to usher in the new year. And as always, you can listen to us all day long on this New year's day and stay informed by pulling us up on your smart speaker. It's quick and easy. Just tell it to play WBC news radio on I Heart.

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"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"brookline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Talents South, leaving his Brookline mansion here and on the market. Well, WBC's match here reports a buyer has finally And found 2020 was a rough year for Pats fans. It started with a playoff loss, followed by a break up with the greatest quarterback of all time, then a lackluster season with zero fans in attendance, and just before Santa Claus made the rounds last week, Tom Brady's mansion in Brookline sold its believe that Tom and Giselle get over 32 million bucks for the property. The buyers listed as a Boston based trustee who offers confidential business services, so it's unlikely that the name on the sale is the person who will be living here, but whoever it is, will get plenty of peace and quiet. This mansion is protected by several layers of security. It's located deep within the campus of Pine Manor College, surrounded by a big privacy fence and adjacent to one of the most exclusive golf courses in New England, known simply as the Country Club. And just not Hill match here. WBZ Boston's news radio and with vaccine distribution underway. The New year brings optimism and hope that the next 12 months will bring an end to the Corona virus. But the numbers for covert 19 as we begin 2021. Sobering. Here's WBC's Carl Stevens. The end of the year does not mean the end of the virus. Nowhere near there are nearly 6900 newly reported cases of covert in the Commonwealth and more than 80,000 estimated active cases. The seven day positivity rate is way up there, 8.6% There are nearly 2300 covert patients in hospitals across the state, and those hospitals are now at 88% of capacity. Statewide. The number of newly reported deaths among confirmed cases of the virus is 81. Ringing the pandemic Death toll in Massachusetts In this year of the pandemic to 12,157. Carl Steven stop BBC Boston's news radio Amazon Coming to Worcester, the city has approved the company's plans to demolish the Greendale Mall to make way for a distribution center. Neighbors had expressed concerns about traffic and environmental impacts. The telegram and Gazette newspaper reporting that board members said they could on Lee consider a narrow range of factors defined by the site Plan review process. City planning officials reminding residents that Amazon's proposed distribution center is allowed in the zoning district where that mall currently sets. 9 38 to Wall Street to business with Bloomberg Covert 19 has been a double whammy for the nation's meatpackers, infecting large numbers of workers and cutting off sales to restaurants that were forced to close. One bright spot has been sales too fast food chains with drive through operations and a pretty good deal for them, even as.

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Boston residents celebrate NYE online

WBZ Morning News

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Boston residents celebrate NYE online

"And many others asking all of us to stay home on New Year's Eve. The final day of 2020 was quiet and Nothing like we've seen in years past the city of Boston, celebrating online with streamed performances, encouraging people to stay home people. Shall we celebrate with the people? They know people they live with. Asking people not to travel travel increases the chance of spreading the virus on the docket for many take out in a night on the couch and at La Mora and Brookline. Creativity is on the menu. Restaurant seated guests for a special New year's dinner ringing in 2021 at 2020 or 8:20 P.m.. Since the restaurant has to close at 9 30. It's been a trying year for so many, regardless of age. Let's just Local crazy love. Go on, even know we're just out of this town leg. Just go back 2019. We can't go back, but we will go forward. WBZ TV is Christina Rex reporting. One tradition that Woz upheld this year was ice sculptures, which were on display along the waterfront in Boston by a group known as Boston Harbor Now

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Trump supporters in Milford and Brookline, NW of Boston, receive threatening letters

VB in the Middle

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Trump supporters in Milford and Brookline, NW of Boston, receive threatening letters

"We are not going to tolerate foreign interference in our elections or any criminal activity that threatens the sanctity of your vote, FBI director Christopher Wray. They say that Russia and Iran got access to U. S voter information. Some supporters of President Trump threatened locally with messages in the mail Police in Milford, New Hampshire, saying several people got letters that said their names were being entered into databases. And if the president loses the election and doesn't concede in November, they would face an attack in Brookline, New Hampshire, the people targeted did have public displays of support of

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Activists in Boston call for Columbus Day to become Indigenous Peoples' Day

Radio Boston

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Activists in Boston call for Columbus Day to become Indigenous Peoples' Day

"Its Columbus Day in Boston but Brookline Cambridge and Somerville are celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day now indigenous and Italian Americans continue to stand on opposite sides of the Columbus Day. Question Indigenous American activists note Columbus accused of enabling slavery in the Caribbean of brutal treatment towards indigenous Americans and of a legacy connected with the later genocide of indigenous Americans. People's it. Tell you American Activists Columbus as the first immigrant and A. Symbol of Italian contributions to the American story but the narratives changing with increasing public support for renaming this holiday to indigenous peoples day and a growing number of Italian Americans rejecting Columbus as the appropriate symbol for their immigrant contributions to the nation.

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Boston - Eating Outside In December? Brookline Extends Outdoor Dining Season

WBZ Midday News

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Boston - Eating Outside In December? Brookline Extends Outdoor Dining Season

"The outdoor dining seasons being extended in Brookline, the town says, in order to support restaurants that were adversely impacted by the state home orders necessitated by the Kobe 19 pandemic. The Select board voted to extend outdoor dining until December, 7th. The outdoor seating program in Brookline, initially was set to come to an end November. 1st,

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Boston - Eating Outside In December? Brookline Extends Outdoor Dining Season

WBZ Midday News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Boston - Eating Outside In December? Brookline Extends Outdoor Dining Season

"Dining season is extended into December Sounds Chile right? But officials say they're moving the last day of outdoor dining from November 1st two December 7th. Restaurants that decide to maintain their patio seating will be able to get the permits they need for temporary portable propane heaters, so there will be heat officials say they hope extending the season helps restaurants that have been hit hard by the pandemic.

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Brookline Deli Owner Says He’s Getting Threats From Customers Who Won’t Wear Face Masks, Boston

WBZ Midday News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Brookline Deli Owner Says He’s Getting Threats From Customers Who Won’t Wear Face Masks, Boston

"Now saying he's getting threats from customers who refused to wear face masks in his restaurant, the owner of Michael's Delhi, says angry customers are not respecting the rules, he says some of them are lashing out if they're asked to put on a mask or if they're asked to wait outside for their food orders, Stephen Pal, you bitch says, even though it's A small group. It is making life hard. It's really hard when you're trying to run a business and you need all the revenue that you can get. To try to accommodate people like that, as politely as you can, when they don't even want to talk to you about it. When you asked me to wear a mask, and they told me I could go screw and that's not what they say. But It's what they need the language they use. I can't tell you or they, you know, threatened and never come back in that report there from

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Market Basket, Whole Foods workers test positive for COVID-19 in Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Market Basket, Whole Foods workers test positive for COVID-19 in Boston

"And grocery store workers have been deemed essential they've been working long grueling hours directly with the public reports are coming in now by the day of workers at several chains testing positive including shawls and market basket tonight we've also learned an employee at the whole foods on beacon street in Brookline has tested positive at work is in quarantine whole foods says it's doing additional cleaning and disinfecting but workers at whole foods all over the country plan to call out sick today demanding better protections as a worker in New Jersey our system is a lost a fair kind of blase

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Staying Elevated with Robert Glazer, CEO of Acceleration Partners

Mission Daily

09:42 min | 2 years ago

Staying Elevated with Robert Glazer, CEO of Acceleration Partners

"Rubber. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me so we were joking before the call with everything going on. I think we're down to rationing zoom. Here you know it's bad when you rationing Zumikon. You're not though because we have another great episode today and Robert Excited to have you join us. Your career compromises many things. You're speaker writer. Ceo You're doing a lot out there so it's exciting have your show thanks Yeah Interesting Times. They really are so. You're the CEO of acceleration partners. And if we were meeting six feet apart of course on the street and introducing ourselves how would you go about describing what you do in your work? Yes warn you in advance? I describe you what we do. And then I'll just give you an example because it does. The description doesn't do forever anyone so we manage affiliate programs or partner programs We're one of the largest agency that kind of builds a manage these programs. Which are it's a performance? Based digital channel. Where a a merchant or retailer gets together and rather than pay for. Click on impression. They enter kind of a almost a digital business about relationship with that partner that partner can promote their products and services in there actually paid when there's an outcome so the example would be you know you talk about my books and then you post this podcast and you. Your podcast has joined the Amazon affiliate program and you do affiliate links to my book so that when you drive people to buy my books on on Amazon and then they do that You know you get a cut of that. So that's a the Amazon has a pretty huge associate program. We manage it for a lot of other kinda retail brands March Brad. So did did that help. Yeah that's a good description and if we're to back it up though into your personal life who who are you. Where'd you grow up I grew up outside of Boston Massachusetts in a in a town called Brookline. You know as a kid who kind of did everything I don't want I don't think I excelled at anything but I did everything I get it. Sports Find School. I think I have a pretty familiar story to a lot of entrepreneurs which is like as I got into school. I just As sort of creative problem solver Constantly told and I think he's really living up to his ability in fact. I do a presentation. Wade's my opening book. Which I put eight years of report cards up to any literally all say the same thing. It's like wow. We think he could do better. Sounds familiar with the sort of weighed on me Because no one really. Kinda told me how I could do better. Why could do better or that like the things that they wanted me to do? Where were you know about conforming and coloring in the lines and and that's just not the stuff I'm good at so you know we can go in into that whole trip? I? I don't think my life really changes in Iffy away until I realized that all of those things that people were trying to get me not to do for years. We're actually we might unique strengths and the things that I really lean into now and in my business my personalized at what point in your life did you start to realize. That was an epiphany. Was it just? You know years of kind of banging your head up against the wall. What was that moment or series of moments? Like where they were to mean breakthrough moments for me so I. I did fine in school. I did well enough to like. Keep my parents off my back because the repercussions whereas I went to. It's GonNa be a great student and and and it wasn't until I got through in college. I got through by sort of core curriculum and I went abroad first semester and I I was exposed to business marketing and just loved it and realize like those were the things I had always been been. Good at and I was also coincidentally Kinda done with my Your prerequisites And so I came back all classes. I wanted to take I sort of was able to get independent Major I took business in industrial psychology. And like I got kind of almost you know the junior year so I really realized Ashley Loved Learning. I just have to learn things that I'm interested in. I just can't learn things that I'm not interested in. It's just I don't know whether it's part of the. Add or or whatever but it's also not worth it. And I think that's when I realized that I had sort of confuses whole time like I didn't know I love to learn because I wasn't interested in most of the stuff that I was in learning and so then when I got engaged on staff I am trying to make up for for a lot of years later after I started the business We kinda got a couple million. I went to a pretty Intensive leadership program that SORTA stripped us down understand our core values came out of that really feeling like guy. I'm still not living to my potential. And just realign my whole life and business around my core values. Once I could articulate those and that's that's kind of when I started cooking with gas. That's really interesting. You bring that up. Was that experience. Would you describe it as like traumatic difficult? How did you face that reality? Because that's kind of where now is just Taking a really honest look and Step back with the help of a you know really specialized Let's just call it like performance program. You know it's funny i. I've been doing this for so long. Have been helping our teams to now do this and understand their core values. 'cause I think it it locks so much into them but but most people i. I now accused of being a therapist but first of all I love which is good which I think all the best CEOS ultimately are the people around right. I run a large professional services business. Nothing I ever deal with isn't a people problem whether it's a client or a partner or an employee and one of the things I've learned in my journey and it's not just I mean it's just so obvious that people what I've noticed is for. Most people is that their purpose lies very close to pain and and for some people. It's obvious like they grew up in someone in their family was affected by cancer and so they went and became a doctor other people. It's really obvious and sitting in front of them but they haven't made the connection so I had a friend We work with the call me last week and was talking about some jobs that they were looking at and and all kinds of stuff and and and really trying to figure out what was the best opportunity and how important it was to help people to make connection and bring people together and help them be heard and I know this person is is is gay but you know very openly gay and and actually said after bunch because he's going around trying to understand what he was actually looking for in a job and he just kept talking about I said. Do you think that that it's maybe not related? That these things are really important to you in work. And it's basically how you lead and you kind of large part of your life kind of had to hide entire part of And there's just like thirty seconds of silence on the phone and then he was like I don't understand how I missed that right. I was just I was just listening to it. But but I've had these conversations over and over and and for a lot of people I think the connection is really clear And for others it there. They just haven't seen it and once he does really powerful because I think it's it's super motivating when you understand why you do what you do. It's not it's not about being a victim it's not about not honoring that but you know most people are really you know they're trying to solve something that that is personal it's Namur passionate in there. Either is something that would form of the happen. Usually from either positive or negative experience earlier in their life definitely. I think that you know exploring. That is so difficult right. Because you're just mean when you experience it and you experience what it's like to be blind sided with something that you've been oblivious to for sometimes a decade or multiple decades. It's not easy right. It's a confidence shake. It's a punching gut. It's whatever you WANNA call it but as you go through that and start to like reconstructor identity I think there's a lot of opportunities to emerge into something new so when you started to emerge into something new after this program What was that process like for you and was it like taking the weights off. Did you like you know? Take the emergency brake off. What was that like? Yeah I mean I it two ways right. I think yeah. It is euphoric so when you and I talked about this in my book elevate I I think that we all know our core values like when we cross them and we feel it. We just can't articulate them or we can't see them well enough to make a decision on them I was driving through the car in the dark. And you hit the side of the tunnel and then you know to bounce off and then you hit the other side writes. Your car's pretty battered. But like you know when you hit the guardrail while if the lights were on the lines were painted you'd stay from from from the guardrails so I think when you start looking at this you put this together. I did have this sort of moment. Wanted all came together for me like it's kind of like look back and someone takes this like Stencil and lays it on your life like Oh my God. It all makes sense now. Everything everything that worked in didn't work and people and relationships in jobs like I I look at it under the Stencil and it all makes sense

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Doctors are bracing for a long battle with coronavirus

WBZ Morning News

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Doctors are bracing for a long battle with coronavirus

"Right now more than a hundred new cases of corona virus are reported in Massachusetts this is the largest one day jump to date the death toll in Massachusetts stands at nine this morning doctors all across the country are are bracing bracing for for what what could could be be a a very very long long battle battle ahead ahead people people are are going going to to be be a a symptomatic symptomatic carriers carriers spreading spreading the the virus virus to to other other people people and and we we will will not not be be able able to control the amount of clusters we see around the country and then we will just overwhelm the health system and as Dr Imran Ali of university of Connecticut health supporting all measures to keep people at home a Boston college student has tested positive for corona virus and is in isolation on campus in Brookline there are more than a dozen cove in nineteen cases there and now a possible case at a fire station has closed up

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Valet Shot Outside Boston Hospital Was Hit By Police Gunfire

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Valet Shot Outside Boston Hospital Was Hit By Police Gunfire

"A parking valet shot outside a Boston hospital this month was hit by a bullet fired by a Boston police officer who was targeting a man with what turned out to be a replica gun the man fled and was shot and killed in Brookline the valet is still

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Boston: Springfield City Council passes facial recognition moratorium

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Boston: Springfield City Council passes facial recognition moratorium

"Last night Springfield voting to pass a moratorium on the use of facial recognition technology they join north Hampton Cambridge Brookline and Somerville of already passed similar measures director of technology for liberty program at the ACLU okay Crawford said in a statement early studies on this new technology is biased when it comes to race gender and age that's far from government use police departments around the country have been looking to tap into the resources of what facial recognition technology could bring to the table when it comes to fighting

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Boston: Early Voting Starts for Mass. Voters

WBZ Afternoon News

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Boston: Early Voting Starts for Mass. Voters

"It's something new for the Commonwealth early voting in the presidential primary polling places open their doors across the state this morning more than a week ahead of the presidential primary on March third this is the first time that we've had early voting in a primary here in Massachusetts in Brookline people started casting their ballots early this morning Maya Moore says she's here out of necessity because she won't be around on primary day definitely super glad it was convenient for me having to vote in wanting to vote in the first place and then having the option to do it early secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin says the option of early voting takes the pressure off of super Tuesday not to worry about the weather or not to worry about a crowd not to worry about the schedule what he wants to remind people if you vote early that's it you can't change your mind if they have some doubt as to their choice or may want to

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