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"brooklyn eagle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Camp that sprung up just across the border from Brownsville Texas so ten days ago he kissed his boys and sent them across the international bridge to go into a federal child shelter not knowing if or when he ever see them again I was so low I select both I'm on it sometimes you do things not because you're a bad father he says but because you want what's good for them and you don't want to see them suffer that's John Burnett reporting you're listening to NPR news and this is W. NYC in New York I'm Jamie Floyd a new analysis shows that many community boards in Brooklyn don't accurately reflect the neighborhoods they serve that's according to the Brooklyn eagle and the non profit measure of America which together looked at the demographic composition of community boards reporter make him a Goldreich says over fifty seven percent of the people who live in bush wakes community board for our like the next but only about thirty three percent of the before the board members are lot next which is about fourteen members out of forty two they're not not represented it's just a comparatively to what the district looks like there should be a little bit more the report also found that most community board members are between the ages of forty five and sixty four while the population they represent is younger eleven of Brooklyn's eighteen boards are also majority mail preparations are underway for the annual Macy's thanksgiving day parade W. N. Y. C.'s Danny Louis met up with some dancers as they were Hearst for the big day you're in a practice national dance institute in Harlem dozens of kids are getting ready for one of the biggest stages in the world to perform alongside monsters in Muppets right in front of Macy's on thirty fourth street in Manhattan.
"brooklyn eagle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Saying he feared he would be killed stocks finished higher on Wall Street today you're listening to NPR and this is W. NYC in New York I'm Jamie Floyd a new analysis shows that many community boards in Brooklyn don't accurately reflect the neighborhoods they serve that's according to the Brooklyn eagle the nonprofit measure of America which looks at the demographic composition of community boards together reporter making Goldreich says over fifty seven percent of the people who live in bush wakes community board for our like the next but only about thirty three percent of C. before the board members are lot next which is about fourteen members out of forty two they're not not represented it's just a comparatively to what the district looks like there should be a little bit more the report also found that most community board members are between the ages of forty five and sixty four but the population they represent is much younger eleven of Brooklyn's eighteen boards are also majority male today marks the one hundred ninth birthday of two pieces of infrastructure that are critical to rail commuters W. NYC Stephen Nessun reports they may be old but they're still working for now we celebrate when humans live more than a century we worry when tunnels and bridges are still around after all that time the Hudson River tunnel and portal bridge in New Jersey Kerry two hundred thousand Amtrak in NJ transit passengers every day albeit with frequent delays Steven Siegman is a spokesperson for the gate we program which is the project to replace the structures not really a Happy Birthday when you're a hundred nine years old and still working twenty four hours a day three hundred sixty five days a year the thirty billion dollar Gately program is in limbo because federal officials have been sitting on routine documents for nearly two years and this thanksgiving is going to be a windy one wins forecasted to pick up tonight and reach up to twenty five miles per hour math you want is a meteorologist at the National Weather.
"brooklyn eagle" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Berg money news sponsored by Land Rover above and beyond and good to have Joe Connelly back good to be back at the Tuesday morning start Dow futures are down two hundred fifteen points the consumer technology association says president trump's tariffs on China have backfired because he added new ones on consumer products from China this weekend but it looks like business was good this summer best buys hiring more geeks to go out to homes to give people tech advise and make recommendations. retail researcher birdlike injure says consumers are in good but not great shape because of higher costs of tuition and health care. Erin say schools are charging more fees all the time every year and your Constance will pay an additional five hundred dollars a year to pay for the new one hundred twenty five million dollar student fitness center in Yukon. Bloomberg says the good paying jobs for people with technology skills are spreading outside of the city two more smaller cities and the Danbury is becoming a strong area for tech jobs there are ten percent more than a year ago in Danbury paying an average of eighty nine thousand dollars a year. doc doc for booking doctors appointments online is backing down temporarily anyway on dropping their annual fee and trying to charge doctors for booking each new patient instead of paying an annual fee the doctors say that would make using sock doc seven times more expensive and the Brooklyn eagle says the MTA is removing paper schedules from bus stops forcing riders to use their phones to find out when the next bus is coming and city councilman Justin Brannon says the MTA should reverse this bone headed decision Joe Connelly this morning six twenty seven W. Ste styleite lounge.
"brooklyn eagle" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Been cleared away so we're looking good to the GWB huts river crossings are quiet will be back in less than ten with another traffic updates right here on WCBS now your three day forecasts for meteorologist my Cassini clear to partly cloudy early this morning Los seventy three in Central Park later today plenty of sunshine turning out quite warm later today hi eighty seven that's a clown Sunday night low sixty seven Monday sunshine and warm high eighty five Tuesday mostly sunny very warm and more humid hi eighty eight sixty five in east Brunswick eighty one in Forest Hills and in Central Park wins out of the north at three miles an hour humidity is fifty eight percent skies are faring clear and it's seventy eight degrees W. CBS news time for forty former Mets great Dwight Gooden is in trouble again with the law W. CBS reporter Mike Rosenberg has the details goodness that is issues with drugs and alcohol over the years since his days in queens this time he was driving in Holmdel before one AM on June seventh not far from his home in Piscataway when cops noticed him driving too slow on a highway and not staying in his lane to home the police pulled over and say Gooden was not only driving under the influence but that he had two small bags containing suspected cocaine Gooden was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance possession of drug paraphernalia and do you why the nineteen eighty five National League cy young winner and four time all star is set in the past he was a no show at the Mets nineteen eighty six World Series parade because he was getting high this is not the first time good was arrested for do you why in twenty ten cops say he crashed his car with his five year old son inside mac Rosenberg double the CBS news radio eight eighty are you looking for a place to celebrate Bastille day alone for the la petite but Michigan has an idea if that trip to Paris for bass still day didn't pan out how about seriously the Brooklyn eagle website says the Brooklands Boerum hill neighborhood hosts the biggest French festival in America the holiday marks the storming of the Bastille in seventeen eighty nine during the French Revolution no storming in Brooklyn just food music and games like pay tongue which is similar to bocce some twenty thousand Franco files are expected no doubt all saying that famous phrase villa Brooklyn but Michigan CBS news it's four forty one attention the Virginia citizens defense league is selling the alarm America's freedoms are under attack from the domestic enemies of the constitution through deception anti rice adversaries are trying to disarm Americans while shredding constitutional protection.
"brooklyn eagle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We should note that the American Library association supports drag Queen story hour as a creative way to support reading diversity and tolerance. Here to talk about all this is the executive director of the drag Queen story. Our New York chapter Rachel, Amy Rachel comeback to WNYC, thank you so much for having me. So where to drag Queen story time Stott, so Jacqueline story hours started in San Francisco. It was started by a writer named Michelle t- and radar productions in San Francisco. So the first event was in twenty fifteen at San Francisco public library. I heard about the event and as a parent, I just thought this is amazing. I want this to be all over the world. So I reached out to the organizers s if we could start York chapter, and we did a savant in twenty-six, teen. And when did you start getting demonstrators in protest of the story hours? Well it happens in. The poets of the country all the time. But the first time we had a protest was less week at the garrison beach library, and we've been that's after three years of doing directly Sawyer our events. Do you think it's kind of random or is there some reason that this would have happened now after no protests in three years? I mean, I have just heard that there, I've heard that they're conservative people living in that area, who I mean, I didn't know that before we scheduled this event. But people have told me that, that part of the city is a place where people have come out to protest progressive vents before the Brooklyn eagle quoted demonstrators saying it's one thing for a drag Queen to come in costume, and read kids story. It's another thing for them to read stories about gender fluidity. It's not about teaching kids tolerance, which the parents should be doing anyway. It's about the indoctrination of these children. Unquote from one demonstrator which response to that. Yeah. I mean, I think that people often don't really understand what the program is doing. I mean, really the program exists to teach kids that it's okay to express themselves. However they want. I mean, we even a liberal place like New York kids, grow up with these very rigid, ideas of these voice close these goals, close, these boys toys, these toys, and that can be really damaging is really damaging to old kids, but especially LGBTQ kids. So drag Queen story, our really exists to teach kids that they can be themselves, and they can express themselves how they feel comfortable. What about even the, the name drag queens? Some our listeners might be thinking, wait. I thought that was a slower they call themselves drag queens. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, a drag queens typically associated with, I mean, many people associate drag queens with adult entertainment, which is why I think a lot of people think will drag queens that. Doesn't sound like a kid appropriate event. But then, when they find out that, really what the event is, is drag queens, reading stories to children and singing children's songs, usually even people who have been unsure about to think, okay? This is a this is a kids event. So listeners who has a question or a story to tell about red Queen story, hour,.
"brooklyn eagle" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"Other than maybe people wanting to leave your organization or not work for you because of that is that maybe you will miss some players who just for whatever reason don't stand out in the numbers, they don't look great. According to the technology and maybe a scout would see something about that player and his greater his mentality or something that would lead you to believe that he could be successful one day, even though he currently doesn't profile as a good player and the I think knowledge that they may just miss them players. Ben Lindbergh is the co author of the MVP machine. How baseball's new nonconformists are using data to build better players on Tuesday by it. Thank you. My pleasure. Just trying to fill the void for a lot of your listeners after they finish the Queen than eat something else to read. Now it is time for after balls. We just talked about branch Rickey Wesley branch Rickey. I did not know Steph that his nickname was the Mahatma owing, according to a pedia to his many achievements and deep Christian faith. I knew that he was a pioneer in many ways. We know that one lesser branch Rickey fact the ties into our conversation with Ben is that in the spring of nineteen fifty branch Rickey had an electric electronic umpire. Debut at spring training at the dodgers complex in Florida. It was called the cross eyed electric empire. It used mirrors lenses and Photoelectric cells beneath home plate that would after detecting strike three slots around the plate, emit electric impulses that eliminated what the Brooklyn eagle called a saucy Red Eye in a nearby cabinet that's from two thousand sixteen story by Richard Santa mare in the New York Times, I was going to say we should stick with Mahatma's. But I think we need to do saucy red is, I would agree Stephan. What is your saucy Red Eye scripts, national spelling? The aficionados no doubt, remember Jacob Williamson. He was the goofy on self-conscious kid at the twenty fourteen be who pumped his whole body and celebration when he spelled a word. Right. His celebrity with sealed in the finals when this happened a bar. Kebara goi. Okay. Bara. Goya. C. A. B. A. R. A. G. O. Y. A. Camargo. Camara, Goya his spelled. K. A R. Jio. Jacob finished seventh and entered the spelling bee highlight reel. Pantheon along with the kid who fainted at the Mike in two thousand four and the girl who won the nineteen ninety seven B when she screamed her way through the word. UNM. You owe Jacob is twenty now and one of the most obsessive chroniclers and critics he doesn't on a blog called B N. He profile spellers, handicaps, local bees.
"brooklyn eagle" Discussed on Here & Now
"McConnell has become a champion for conservatives. But back in the day, he wants got support from groups like labor unions market down. One of the worst things have done. So you thought about over the years. Jill, thank you. Face Mitch McConnell new series from embedded subscribe now. The poet won't Whitman was born two hundred years ago today. His seminal work was leaves of grass first published in eighteen fifty five six years before the start of the civil war, Anita Patterson is a professor of English at Boston University. She spoke during a recent symposium on Whitman and said he was a poet of his time eighteen fifty five was very kind of important year in terms of thinking about the, the crisis over slavery. And indeed, we can see Whitman's coming of age as a poet as being closely associated with his concerns about slavery, as a threat to national unity in the US. He wrote a lot of journalism in the eighteen forties about slavery. And interestingly in journalism we don't see nearly the same kind of identification and, and sympathy for the suffering of slaves. In fact, in one thousand nine forty two article titled black and white slaves. He actually argued that the condition of white workers in England was worse than slaves in the south, he was primarily concerned in his journalism in the years leading up to leaves of grass with political extremism. He was very concerned that the abolitionists and the south we're both taking very extreme positions. He wrote in the Brooklyn eagle, an article titled the union versus fanaticism. It's striking and interesting that by eighteen fifty five when he came out with leaves of grass that we have this very profound, and searching identification with African Americans on the part of the poets speaker in eighteen sixty two Whitman went to Washington to care for his brother. George who'd been wounded in the civil war battle of Fredericksburg. He stayed on to work in the hospitals which. Were overwhelmed with casualties Whitman wrote many poems about those civil war experiences. One is called eighteen sixty one read here by former poet laureate. Robert Pinski armed year year of the struggle. No dainty rhymes, or sentimental, love verses for you terrible year. Not you as some pale poet link seated at a desk, the spin condenses piano, but as a strong man erect clothed and blue close advancing carrying a rifle on your shoulder with willed, crystal body, and sunburnt face and hands with a knife in the belt at your side, as I heard, you shouting loud, your son, or is voice ringing across the continent. Your masculine voice year as rising amid the great cities, mid the men of Manhattan, I saw you as one of the workmen the dwellers.
"brooklyn eagle" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Every year. In April major league baseball celebrates a major sports societal change that change was when Jackie Robinson became baseball's first black player playing for the Brooklyn Dodgers and that date was April. The eleventh nineteen forty seven and while the date most widely recognizes April the fifteenth the actual first game was an exhibition game between the dodgers and the Yankees on April. The eleven there is a picture at that game of Robinson sitting in the dugout, a twelve year old kid hanging over the dugout top, and Robinson signing an autograph that twelve year old is Eddie. He was wearing a sweater a coat and a tie. Eddie, welcome to sports violent. And how did that picture come about? First time it happened actually happen next day. It was the Brooklyn eagle knows as that was the paper in Brooklyn. And we saw the Brooklyn eagle, of course. And then it turned up his sport magazine which is long. Defunct right now. And then also in one of his early books of his life that happened in, in the early years. And at that point, the nothing happened. I don't remember anything until my brother found this book, quote moss, ballparks, and one of them was episode field and the picture was in there, and he's the one who saw it, and he alerted me to send me a copy of it. And so was maybe fifty five years passed since the first time I it happened in that picture as I understand. And I've heard you say was a little bit setup was not set up in the sense that if I can start at this point that what we always did as youngsters was trying to get all the graphs. That was the big thing. However, we can only afford to buy Bleacher seats less than a dollar. So we would come down pre-game you know, during batting practice, and trying sort of sneak it and get some motive. However, box seats above the box seats is the euro where, you know, you walk and the ushers won't let you down there. But what happened was because there was so many photographers snapping away Robinson in the dugout. They thought this would be a good shot. And they said how about letting some of those kids down and leading over tone, the sense. They staged it was my luck that I have to be there and get down to as one of maybe seven or eight or maybe ten boys leaning over, tell me a little bit about him by staging. Tell me a little bit about lead leading up to that day and why it was important for you to be there. My only interests at that time was, I was a rabid fan that was followed the dodgers, and we saw, I thought of it was a great opportunity to have a guy who had a reputation in Montreal coming up, and that he would make a big difference in maybe getting. Tenant? That was my main issues. I no knowledge of whether the social aspect was at that time. How did Brooklyn feel about having a black player? Meaning the community. Well, anybody I spoke to we look at it as black or, or any other color was just it was a great ball player? And we figured this is a good chance anytime a great guy comes up from the minor leagues, or they hire from another meeting. You always say, well that's the chance to be to have a winning team. And that was the whole thing. I always thought it was a little bit easier for him to, to maybe acclimate himself into major league baseball and make the statement that they were making because it was Brooklyn Brooklyn has always been a community and the love between the community and the dodgers itself, I would think would have been something that would have eased his way. Am I correct?.
"brooklyn eagle" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Jersey and to Connecticut. Sophie hall to be CBS News Radio. Eighty Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will not take up a house Bill that would force President Trump to keep the US in the Paris climate agreement. Connell, says the ill-fated Paris deal with handcuff the US economy with what he calls tons of red tape. An executive producer of the Simpsons is extending an olive branch to governor Cuomo here, we're headed to the one place they can never declined because it was never that great upstate New York. After last Sunday's episode knocking the Empire State. Al Jean has sent the governor a DVD of season four and extended an offer to fly to LA to meet the cast Pomo says he's never watched a single episode of the nearly thirty year old hit cartoon. But in a letter gene suggests he might enjoy one or two on the demands of Albany prove to unyielding, Deborah Rodriguez. CBS news, New York City is banning alcohol. Ads on its bus shelters, kiosks and other properties Williamsburg and Bushwick hope to benefit the most. The Brooklyn eagle reports. Those two areas have had the most ER visits for alcohol related injuries. In Brooklyn, a study from the National Center for biotechnology information says high exposure to alcohol ads can lead to increased alcohol consumption. That report found seventy percent of the ads in Bronx subway stations were for alcohol. Tenets of Brooklyn building upset with the new facial recognition technology that the building's management wants to install Nelson management group says it wants to create a safer environment for tenants. It insists the data will be fully encrypted and never sold to third. Parties tenant ice may downs. Tell CBS to innovates privacy, and we have a right to say, no tenants has filed a complaint with the state agency that oversees rent stabilized.
"brooklyn eagle" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"So that ramp is still closed and on route seventy eight eastbound after exit forty one truck that flipped over is still being cleared, and it's still blocking at least a lane next traffic update less than ten minutes away. WCBS now in the weather center. It's just Bob Larson little hazy out there, but we'll take it certainly warmer than yesterday and a little hazy sun makes it nicer overall Michaelides seventy two seventy five in most areas, including the city that warmer over western at west Central Jersey, but not out of the sixties Costa the areas, by way of seabreeze. Now, we do have moderate battery and that could lead to a stray shower or thunderstorm late two and early tonight, cloudy late tonight fog by daybreak Angelo of fifty four it's back to cooler weather tomorrow down temperatures range from fifty nine at Stanford to seventy four and Plainfield seventy two tablet, high seventy three Michael thank you won ten net. WCBS the executive producer of the Simpsons is extending olive branch to governor Cuomo here. Honey, we're headed to the one place. They can never declined because it was never that great upstate New York. After last Sunday's episode knocking the Empire State. Al Jean has sent the governor a DVD of season four and extended an offer to fly him to LA to meet the cast almost as he's never watched. A single episode of the nearly thirty year old hit cartoon. But in a letter gene suggests he might enjoy one or two on the demands of Albany prove to unyielding, Deborah Rodriguez. CBS news New York now that the city is banning alcohol ads on its bus shelters, kiosks and other properties Williamsburg and Bushwick hope to benefit the most. The Brooklyn eagle reports. Those two areas have had the most ER visits for alcohol related injuries in Brooklyn. A study from the National Center. For biotechnology information says high exposure to alcohol ads can lead to increased alcohol consumption that report seventy percent of the ads in Bronx subway stations were for alcohol. One eleven at WCBS Mets underway. We'll check sports minute. Hi. I'm Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans. Thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea. A better idea may be to take cash out of your home with a Quicken Loans. Thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four and a half percent APR four point seven eight percent. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com to change percents received the call for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender. License and all that states number thirty. The news on demand plus WCBS eighty podcasts only on the radio dot com app. Download that today can listen anytime anywhere. It's one twelve. Sports. I could afternoon rich Ackerman. Good afternoon. My clay very quick moving game at Citi field right now. Bottom of the fourth and the Mets on top of the reds by score of one nothing Noah Syndergaard doing it also far he's provided the run with his second home run of the season. A blast to left field in synagogue on the mound. So far through four dings. Jeez. Allowed just two hits struck out three and walked one is the Mets go for the split of the four-game series this afternoon against the reds. The ankles are idle they'll open seven game homestand tomorrow with I three against the twins. The islanders are back in action tomorrow night trying to stay alive after falling behind three games to none with the hurricanes with last night's loss. And Celtics president Danny ages suffered a mild heart attack. The sixty year old is expected to make a complete recovery. He does have a history of heart issues. He suffered the heart attack in Milwaukee. During the game the other night and will be flown back to Boston shortly sports. I at twelve and forty two past every hour number checker know,.
"brooklyn eagle" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"The the sit on the the promotions that they that they held were not the greatest herald parrot had been hired as the public relations promotions guy he had worked for the dodgers forever. You know, he was old enough to have have written for the Brooklyn eagle newspaper. Same one at Walt Whitman wrote for although I don't think he knew Whitman, but herald parent was a was a long longtime major league promoter had worked for the dodgers forever. It worked for the angels for a couple of years. He was hired by the pilots. To to get Seattle all excited about their new baseball team and the pilots found out that they just plain couldn't afford herald Pera he was given larger salary then he had had with the angels with the dodgers to lure him to to Seattle and by June. They let him go. There's some other problems with Harold Peres. Well, there's some misfeasance at least story. Came across that. I think I've conveniently forgotten. But but anyway, I have a feeling that he was let go for other reasons besides salary, but that was the that was the main problem they just couldn't afford him. And so they just kind of jury rigged some promotions the best promotion they had was a bad day in in early August twenty three thousand people came out that was the top top attendants. And the on thing was it was the same day as the hydroplane racing. And again hydroplane racing is a big big deal in Seattle. Not so much today. But boy nineteen sixty nine that's the place to be out on like Washington watching the hydroplanes to tool around like like Washington, but they took a chance they offered bats. And they had their highest attendance day on that particular Sunday. They had some family nights. They had Qantas night. They. They had boys and girls clubs nighter. I guess it was just in boys clubs nights. They didn't seem to work with the representatives of these clubs. Very well. And so even though the attendance got a boost, I don't think they sold as many tickets as they might have had had the front office people in working a little bit harder and reaching out just a little bit better than they did the total attendance for the whole year was six hundred seventy seven thousand they estimated that probably eight hundred thousand was break even and when the season started they kind of figured they'd have a million. And so the seventy seven had to be just really really disappointing. So what point is daily start to panic? I think he's he's pretty upset by the time. He realizes the king dome or the multi purpose stadium is not going to be built. He gets kicked around in the newspapers. The the beat writer for the Seattle times wrote a column, and I guess August or early September, titled won't you go home, Bill Daley and really shoot him out..
"brooklyn eagle" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"There is a pervert on the loose in bay ridge Brooklyn one who's dressed as if you might be a transit worker. Great great. Well, there's a lot of schools right here. Cathy says the suspect is trolling area where he can find easy. Prey police are on the lookout for a man who exposed himself to two young girls twice in the past week. The first time the individual approach to fourteen year old girl at ridge boulevard and ninety second street. The second time it happened. Just a block away colonial road and ninety first street, and the victim was only eleven years old police believe the suspect could be a transit worker during the first incident. The man was wearing an empty. A hat and the second time a shirt with an MTA patch on the shoulder. A spokesperson for the MTA says the agency is cooperating with the NYPD Andrew foul zone. Ten ten wins in the bay ridge section of Brooklyn wins. News time eleven oh six. This report of another pedophile priest scandal in Staten Island. The archdiocese of New York reveals that credible allegations of child molesting have been made against a retired clergyman Monsignor. Charles Cohen is a native of Dublin who was assigned to Saint Joseph Saint Thomas, Roman Catholic parish in pleasant plains for about ten years and served a Saint Paul at at St Paul's in new Brighton before that you also gave Irish music lessons to children. According to the Staten Island advance Cohen is reportedly one of five Roman Catholic clergyman who've had child molesting allegations brought against them in the archdiocese, independent reconciliation and compensation program. Meanwhile, an unusually detailed statement from the Vatican today about a pedophile pre scandal in South America. Hope Francis has defrocked to priests. And she lay who were accused of sexually abusing minors. And the statement says the evidence was so overwhelming church trial wasn't even necessary. Vatican spokesman, Greg Burke, we have to remember the victims of abuse here. It's important for them to know that someone is no longer priest and it's important for them to know why he's no longer a priest. Why he's been defrocked? This is even more essential in the case of Bishop. It's not uncommon for the pope to publicly explain how and why your priest was removed observers say the unusual. Vatican statement is a move at greater transparency. Fourth the church the eagle has landed at the Brooklyn public library. Now, it just needs a name the library is taking suggestions for a name for the historic cast. Copper eagle on display in the lobby at has its central branch grand army plaza the sculpture dates to eighteen ninety two and once decorated the headquarters of the old Brooklyn eagle newspaper before that building was demolished back in nineteen fifty five. That's when the Brooklyn historical society to possess. Librarian not buggy Clement tells ten ten wins that the public will have the final say on the eagles name contest closes on the nineteenth. After that, the judges are going to assemble and we're gonna go through the names that we have and choose by. And the public is going to get to vote on those five name. The eagle had actually been.
"brooklyn eagle" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Right now, we have fifty degrees. It'll be main. It's mainly clear right now going down to forty six in midtown. There's a pervert on the loose in bay ridge Brooklyn one who stresses if you might be a transit worker. Oh, great. Well, there's a lot of schools right here is happy says the suspect is trolling an area where he can find easy prey police around the lookout for a man who exposed himself to two young girls twice in the past week. The first time individual approach to fourteen year old girl at ridge boulevard and ninety second street. The second time it happened. Just a block away colonial road and ninety first street, and the victim was only eleven years old police believe the suspect could be a transit worker during the first incident. The man was wearing an MTA hat and the second time a shirt with an MTA patch on the shoulder. A spokesperson for the MTA says the agency is cooperating with the NYPD Andrew foul zone. Ten wins in the bay ridge section of Brooklyn wins. News time ten oh six. There's a report of another pedophile priest scandal in Staten Island, this time the archdiocese of New York reveals that credible allegations of child molesting have been made against a retired clergy. Human monsignor. Charles. Cole Cohen is a native of Dublin who was assigned to Saint Joseph Saint Thomas, Roman Catholic parish in pleasant plains for about ten years and served at Saint Paul's in new Brighton before that he also gave Irish music lessons to children. According to the Staten Island advance Cohen is reportedly one of five Roman Catholic clergymen who've had child molesting allegations brought against them in the archdiocese, independent reconciliation and compensation program. Meanwhile, an unusually detailed statement from the Vatican today about a pedophile priest scandal in South America. Pope Francis has defrocked two priests in Chile who were accused of sexually abusing minors. And the statement says the evidence was so overwhelming church trial wasn't even necessary. Vatican spokesman, Greg Burke, we have to remember the victims of abuse here. It's important for them to know that someone is no longer priest and it's important for them to know why he's no longer priests. Why he's been defrocked? This is even more essential in the case of a Bishop. It's not common for the pope to publicly explain how and why a priest was removed observers say the unusual. Vatican statement is a move at greater transparency by the church. The eagle has landed at the Brooklyn public library. Now, it just needs a name the library is taking suggestions for name for the historic cast. Copper eagle on display in the lobby at its central branch. A grand army plaza the sculpture dates to eighteen ninety two and once decorated the headquarters of the old Brooklyn eagle newspaper before that building was demolished back in nine hundred fifty five that's when the Brooklyn historical society took possession. Librarian not buggy Clement tells ten ten wins that the public will have the final say on the eagles name contest closes on the nineteenth. So after that, the judges are going to assemble, and we're gonna go through the names that we have and choose by. And then the public is going to get to vote on those five named the eagle had actually been on loan to the library since nineteen Ninety-seven. But that gift has now been made permanent. Wins. News time ten nine. And now a page from the diary of Flo. Dear diary, the ghost is back. This house is protected through progressive. But that doesn't mean it's not haunted. How else would you explain that radiator like clanking sound or the moon colored light in the hallway that's gone by morning? Maybe he never bundled home and auto and he's doomed to suffer an eternity without the savings. Save an average of seventeen percents on car insurance when you bundle home and auto through progressive. What was that? We'd like sound..
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"Perverted weirdo on the loose. Loosened. Brooklyn one wearing MTA clothing. Police are looking for a guy who exposed himself to little girls in two incidents this week in bay bridge in both cases, he lured his young victims near his dark-colored SUV by asking for directions. Christine lives in the area tells ten ten wins. She hopes the sky gets caught soon. So any other things like that happening in a big city? I mean, they used to be a lot worse than it still gotten better. So I mean, I think it's a really bad. I would hate for my daughter to be in that situation, and he should be cut in one incident. The man was wearing an MTA cap. The second time he had an MTA patch on his shirt. The MTA says it is working with police on the investigation. The detectives say they're not is not necessarily the case that this suspect works for the MTA. Some help may be on the way for six survivors of the nine eleven terror attacks members of congress from both parties have proposed a law that would make the September eleventh victim compensation fund permanent as it is. The fund is scheduled to expire in twenty twenty congresswoman Carolyn Maloney is one of the measures sponsors. She tells ten ten wins that families rely on the fund, and it can't be allowed to run dry imperative that we make the victim's compensation fund permit just as the World Health Trade Center health program was made permanent twenty fifteen and ensure that no one suffering from nine eleven related illnesses is left unable to provide for their families. That's the least that we can do as a grateful nation. Another sponsor congress- congressman Peter King tells ten ten wins that he's optimistic that the Bill will be passed because it has support from both Republicans and Democrats in both houses of congress. It's both houses to house outer Senate that is very encouraging, but we have to get it done as quickly as possible. I don't want any uncertainty even out there with people from nine eleven. They're not going to get the compensation they need, and they're entitled to the people who put their lives on the line for us. We can do for them backers of the measure say that as of this year, the World Trade Center health program has certified over ten thousand cases of cancer related to the nine eleven attacks and exposures to chemicals and pollution at ground zero. The eagle has landed at the Brooklyn public library now if just needs a name is now the library now taking suggestions from library goers for a name for the historic cast. Copper eagle sculpture on display in the lobby at its central branch. A grand army plaza it dates to eighteen ninety two and once decorated the building of the old Brooklyn eagle newspaper before it was demolished in nineteen fifty five then was moved to the Brooklyn historical society. Librarian Tiba ghee clemen tells ten ten wins how they plan to decide on the eagles name contest closes on the nineteenth. So after that are the judges are going to assemble, and we're gonna go through the names that we have and choose by. And then the public is going to get to vote on those five named the eagle has actually been on loan to the library since..
"brooklyn eagle" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Other things like that happening in a big city? I mean, they used to be a lot worse than still gotten better. So I think it's a really bad. I would hate for my daughter to be in that situation, and he should be in one incident. The man was wearing an MTA cap. The second time he had an MTA patch on his shirt. The MTA says it is working with police on the investigation. An unusually detailed statement from the Vatican today about the latest pedophile priests scandal. Pope Francis has defrocked two priests in Chile who were accused of sexually abusing minors. And the statement says the evidence was so overwhelming a canonical church trial wasn't even necessary. Vatican spokesman, Greg Burke, we have to remember the victims of abuse here. It's important for them to know that someone is no longer priest and it's important for them to know why he's no longer priest. Why he's been defrocked? This is even more essential in the case of a Bishop is not common for the pope to publicly. Explain how and why priest was removed observers say the unusual Vatican statement is a move at greater. Transparency by the church. The eagle has landed in Brooklyn now just needs a name. The Brooklyn public library is taking suggestions from library goers for a name for the historic cast. Copper eagle sculpture on display in the lobby at its central branch. A grand army plaza it dates to eighteen ninety two and once decorated the building of the old Brooklyn eagle newspaper before it was moved to the Brooklyn historical society in nineteen fifty five before that building was demolished librarian. Not by guy Clement tells ten ten wins. How they plan to decide on the eagles name contest closes on the nineteenth. So after that. The judges are going to assemble and we're gonna go through the names that we have and choose by the public is going to get to vote on those five name the eagle has actually been on loan in the libraries lobby since nineteen Ninety-seven, but the Brooklyn historical society recently made the gift permanent, the Brooklyn public library holds the archive of the original Brooklyn eagle newspaper wins news time six oh nine. If you love puzzle games that are sick of crushing candy play the popular mobile game. Best fiends this game is ridiculously button with consistence by that a five star ratings. It's a puzzle game. You can't miss out on south fastens of puzzles collect tons.
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"And we're back. Professional athletes do. The only liberals your grandfather can tolerate recently. We've seen that speak out a number of issues, whether it was calling Kabir, Nick, taking, you need a protest, police brutality LeBron James speaking out against Trump or c. j. your friend of the pickup game who really thinks you need to Google Chem trails, but some on the right thing. Some on the right thing, these athletes should shut up and dribble this concept. Is it new at all? But we've proven time and time again that those who thought. So we're on the wrong side of history. We're going to look back at some of those examples and you have to tell us what the real response was to a groundbreaking athlete at the time. But anyone like to play, go to go to Rebecca from last week, Rebecca deserves it. Rebecca solved our problem about Norma. Gina, Maryland. She was viciously viciously attacked by me with a use of a word man to describe because it's like, what am I doing is I'm not talking to Rebecca's mother, you know, talking to Rebecca the, here's the problem that we're back. Do you have the Mike good. I don't like saying miss misfield crazy to me like miss ma'am. You like miss? Okay. Here's the thing, ma'am. Feels old girl job girl. I'm Joe girl. What about Queen wean. You like underrated it's kind of got a southern show. Yes ma'am. No two girls in this room. The girls in this room saying that are under thirty five hundred thirty. I'm way above that. So when When you you hear. hear excited about it now fifty AM it's if an sadly I gotta tell you, though. I see you and you know what? You're pushing pretty hard because you're pushing it away, get Get them them do do it. it. To doing you heartbreaker John. All right. Let's enough of this still need something that's not ma'am and non this by the way I get called, ma'am all the time. In the super mind, it's fine. You can call me ma'am, anytime. Okay. We're back on here. Here's that works. I'm going to read you a question about an athlete in history who faced political backlash and you'll have to see what the real response was at the time. Okay. Question number one, Jackie Robinson famously broke the color barrier in nineteen forty seven. When he joined the dodgers how is the event described in the newspaper after his first game? Is it a? Yes, king MS, Jackie. Robinson, absolutely. Sleigh. This game had me. Guys. Was it be described with too many details journalist spent the entire article describing aroma of crushed, peanuts the vivacious spirit of the wind and the innocence lost from a child watching his very first sporting event. He never got to the whole Jackie Robinson thing, or is it see, there was no description at all. He was omitted completely from the Brooklyn eagle coverage of the game. What do you think we're back on. I wish it was a, sadly it see it is. Goethe's question. Who is the first African American to play in the major leagues? It's not Jackie Robinson. It isn't anybody, no, isn't that amazing? It was Moses Fleetwood Walker. He played for the Toledo blue stockings in eighteen eighty four. They injured him insulted and threatened him. He only made it through forty two games until he was permanently sidelined by an injury, and the ban went into effect as Jim crow was taking over the south that carried all the way to Jackie Robinson. All right. Moving forward question to at the nineteen sixty eight Olympic Games in Mexico track and field runner. Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their fists while standing on the podium to protest racial inequality in the US..
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"Caller the publisher anticipated however the book remained in print and is now regarded as a classic in nineteen ninety six it was named where the one hundred most important books of the twentieth century by the new york public library after the publication of the book helen continued her college studies in nineteen oh four at the age of twenty four helen keller graduated cum laude with honors from radcliffe college she was the first deaf blind student to earn a bachelor of arts degree shortly before graduation and he sold wtn's relationship with john macy became romantic at age thirty eight she was having a passionate love affair with the man eleven years younger but the age gap proved no obstacle a year later in nineteen oh five and ian john got married and how in keller went to live with the macy's and rent them massachusetts although both any and john were devoted to helen there was always an underlying tension because anne put helen i as the years passed this tension surfaced and john and anne separated though they never divorced but before john macy disappeared from their lives he instilled in helen a passion for social activism helen officially became a member of the socialist party in nineteen o nine nine she adopted the party's ideals and wrote several articles about socialism she also supported eugene debs the socialist party presidential candidate as she began working for socialist causes helen keller received the first negative feedback of her career up to this point the press had been overwhelmingly positive praising her courage and intelligence but when she expressed her socialist views not only did they attack her positions they attacked her disabilities you might say it was the trolling of the day one newspaper the brooklyn eagle even wrote that her quote mistakes spring out of the manifest limitations of her development helen also faced a backlash from her own family specifically her mother kate helen wrote of her mother after my mind had taken a radical turn she could never get over the feeling that we had drifted apart one example of this was when helen labeled as shameful the south's racial.