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02:29 min | Last week

"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Her Brighton apartment to show us a little hint of green in a concrete jungle. So this is my pandemic garden on our five by 10 balcony overlooking the parking lot. She's growing lettuce, tomato broccoli. I can just grab what I need for dinner, and it's the best. Also standing with us is Audrey Sarah Finn, one of the judges of the Allston Brighton Renters Garden contest sustainability aspect, too. I was really inspired by Chris and his ability to grow so many vegetables who started by spark Boston, the mayor's civic engagement council. This contest both beautifies the neighborhood and sends a message that you don't have to be a homeowner to make a living space, your own every person who comes and changes and shapes the city a little bit and I think this is a really great way to highlight that work that's already happening on Com op Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio students this week here in the Bay State are planning to urge state lawmakers to pass some bills regulating when the government can use facial recognition technology. The Luo of Massachusetts and code justice and student immigrant movement today coming together To launch a week of action. They say they're doing this to, in their words highlight the dangers posed by the use of face surveillance technology in schools. So throughout the week, participants will make videos join webinars and phone banks, email elected officials. And otherwise advocate for a statewide ban on facial surveillance in schools and also for passage of the backed bill to regulate the technologies Use across the pond at 6 49. They're now looking for tens of thousands of volunteers for a brand new clinical trial. It's the world biggest trial at world's biggest trial actually have a brand new test, according to scientists could end up revolutionizing cancer treatment and the diagnosis. Study leader Dr Peterson Zini calls the so called gallery test a potential game changer. In the past. We've had screening tests for one kind. For at the time, this essentially as a blood test for any sort of cancer. Earlier trials suggested the gallery test already available in the U. S achieved early detection of the cancers that account for two thirds of US and UK cancer deaths. Vicki Barker, CBS News London Also tonight, Prince Andrew's attorney challenging a sex abuse lawsuits filed against the Royal Elizabeth son accused in the suit of sexually assaulting Virginia Roberts Jew free when she was 17, she said she was also a victim of sex trafficking by the late Jeffrey Epstein Andrew Brit Lor lawyer from Los Angeles, filing a document hours ahead of the court hearing in New York, saying the challenges based on jurisdiction and whether the prince was legally served. It is 6 50. This WBC centennial celebration is brought to us by Cambridge College. WBZ.

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"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A fundraiser for the family of Sergeant Rosario has topped $100,000 tonight. Remains will be coming back to her native Lawrence on Saturday, the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks. Recession getting underway at noon now that fundraiser for her family originally asking for $20,000 in donations once again that now topping $100,000 tonight, and the troops killed outside the Kabul airport, including Sergeant Rosario, now honored with the oldest of the military medals. Here's CBS is Jennifer Kipper 13 troops killed in August as they were helping to screen Afghans and others at the Abbey Gate of the Kabul airport. Our posthumously awarded Purple Hearts. The remains of one of those victims. A 22 year old U. S. Navy sailors have been returned to his hometown in Ohio before his funeral next week, Veterans groups on motorcycles escorted the remains of Navy Hospital, Corman, Max and Max Soviet, from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to his hometown of Berlin Heights. At least 169 Afghans were also killed in the August 26 bombing as they try to get into the airport and on flights out of that country. Jennifer Kipper CBS News Stand at 6 50. This WBZ Centennial celebration is brought to you by Cambridge College. Busy news radio looks back as we turned 100 W B Z 10 30. He was a pioneer who became a Boston legends of the heaviest smoking Joe Greene and his green Machine helicopter began the WBZ tradition, which became traffic on the threes Square. The former Boston cop followed his calling, but his police officer training was put to good use on a kayaker in the Merrimack River kayak overturned in the chilly waters, leaving the young man stranded on Iraq. 1976 Joe Green saved that man's life. His became a household name in Boston radio with Maynard in the morning. I'm all dressed up and I have to get into my uniform. Do you have a change room in the step to the rear day? But just pull the cook for more than 30.

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"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 weeks ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Working adults for whom opportunities have often been limited or denied to learn more about partnering with them to help make a difference. Visit. Cambridge college dot e. D u 3 56. The Essex County Sheriff's Office is taking a major Step to stop illegal drugs from getting into the jails. Here's WBC sherry Small inmates at the three Essex County jails won't be directly receiving letters and many other types of physical mail starting on Thursday. The sheriff's department is switching to a digital system to help put a stop to drugs Getting smuggled in through the mail mail will first be delivered to an outside provider. They'll open and scan the inmates male into digital files. We will print it out and then we will deliver it to the inmates. Sheriff Kevin Carpenter says. Synthetic marijuana Known as K two, is one of the more common drugs he sees, smuggled in through letters soaked regular writing paper in it, Then they let it dry. And then they write a letter on it. The inmates will take it they sometimes smoking, or they may ingest it, which gives them a high any legal correspondents will bypass the digital step and be delivered directly to inmates. Sherry Small WBZ Boston's news radio coming up in the news at four o'clock president Biden right now in Queens, New York, touring damage. Left behind by the remnants of Hurricane Ida will have much more on that. Also a day in court today for a man from Revere, accused of changing his dog at the beach and leaving it to die much more on that coming up in three minutes. Iconic, I heard Radio Music Festival is finally back September 17th and 18 T Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Spill E eilish Cheap Trick Cold Plain Dua Lipa.

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"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In Washington. WBC's Jim McKay has more on a save Our station rally held in situ at Harbor, flanked by police, harbormaster and South Shore town officials, Congressman Bill Keating, showing his support. This local guard here in situ in harbor. We all know the extraordinary job that those people representing us in the Coast Guard do day to day from day today and, of course, Emergency response response. Time is critical. In that regard. This decision from the Coast Guard was made back in June. Congressman Stephen Lynch also here today, saying it wasn't about money. It seems, uh counterintuitive that we're giving them extra money, extra resources. And they're they're considering doing less. The Coast Guard says they're doing this to better allocate resources, however, from Congress to all over the South Shore, they plan on fighting this move that situate Harbor Jim McKay wbz Boston's NewsRadio covid 19 protocols in the NFL have been adjusted as the regular season approaches. The N F L and its players union have agreed to require fully vaccinated players to get tested weekly for Covid instead of every two weeks. Unvaccinated players get a daily test. The union says it wants daily tests for all players and plans to continue talks with the league to try to adjust the policy. Players will have to wear masks during travel and seating for eating will be assigned last week, the league said. 93% of players were vaccinated. Steve Catherine CBS News 2 50 on WBC. The WBC centennial celebration brought to you by Cambridge College WBZ.

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"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Why, if you turn 100 live in the Swiss area of Try Berg, government officials will award you 100 bottles of wine. The Swiss newspapers Sunday morning reporting the promotion planning ahead, officials say when one particular Resident this November, turns one OO. In addition to the vino, they'll also give a bouquet of flowers to a woman named Marie Antoinette. No word of her wine will include a California brand called Layer Cake. Chuck Sivertsen, ABC News. Speaking of 100, It's 6 50 in this WBZ centennial celebration. Is brought to you by Cambridge College WBZ NewsRadio looks back as we turn 100 believe easy Temper T For the past three decades, you've known WBC as news radio informing and entertaining, And before that we were informing and entertaining. Just be short and sweet one of those informers and entertainers. It was a foregone conclusion that WBZ would be the place to turn and Dick Summer who spent part of the 19 sixties at WBZ says there was an edict to be personable, and he said, I don't want Here to records back to back Unless there's a reason for it. We pay you guys to entertain, entertain and whether entertaining or informing WBZ has been there for you all the time. Everywhere you get down the beach. He didn't need to bring a radio because they're all doing the WBZ. And today you remain tuned to WBZ and we are there for you. Maybe without the records playing, but certainly striving to be music to your ears, and Parker WBZ Boston's news radio. Go.

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07:32 min | Last month

"cambridge college" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH

"Really okay cuffy stan. Shame you kind of predicted. Oh okay well. It's happened out. You don't need any further comment from me is already having said right. Next to one of those pup coffeeshops active thirty one in the village in front of the gin distillery next to the village hall. I meet with tests or corden. Who's an incredibly successful painter. Who lives in grantchester test as a kid. The village whole like had roller skating. And every time my parents would take will have a party or something. We would get all the tables from underneath the stage and bring them to our house. But now you're charge of of really programming the outs in the village which is incredible. We still use the village hole and great tables but there are no longer allowed to be stored under the stage you too far regulations and a really really creepy huge covered. Right at the back for by. Doesn't i have to go in and get them out and it terrifies me. But we have a villager exhibition. Every he is every single member of the village is invited to take part as long as they're over sixteen and however modest however professional their artwork they get equal status in. It's really all about encouraging creativity in the community which is really what ground is still about. I just want all of them to come out be brave and share what they do so this year. We've actually been so lucky. We've raised so much money. From a small event that we held it was a mock farmers market which really cashed in on that. This time we're actually going to have classes throughout the year. Just sort of started sessions for people to get a taste of trying. Something and i've got people talking about doing things they wanted to do. For twenty years. And they're gonna come along which is great and then the idea is in the village hall will pull those tables out that you remember so well and we'll show the work one thing that i was always told as a kid not sure is true. Is that pink. Floyd came up with a lot of their music at the blue ball. Pub and in the grantchester meadows. Okay so i did. My arts foundation at cambridge at what was then called the cambridge college of arts and technology. And i was fortunate i was in the last year. Still use the studio. That pink floyd were up college using. They had this little studio in backstreet of cambridge. That they just use for life classes and it was lined with metal. So if you shouted made a noise echoed and that's where pink floyd. They did the art classes and then they just record it and they just played around with their lunch breaks and that echo san became endemic. It became part of their their sound and then they adopted it acknowledged unused it deliberately in the future and very sadly that was pulled down. Two years ago. I was heartbroken and then they also went out to grunge meadows which inspired them just really so they could do whatever they wanted with. No one watching and listening. I think gave them the creative freedom they needed so off. We go now to the village orchard. You really can't go to graduate that really kind without having afternoon tea and scones and jam and cucumber sandwiches and flap jackson a strong cupper gray at the orchard which actually has been keeping incredible village. Tradition alive virtually unchanged since eighteen. Ninety seven. I'm going to go and talk to jessica harper who manages the tea rooms. So jessica tradition is is i think pretty long standing that people would punt in these flat boats with a big poll. Push along the cam and then get often have at the orchard. Say now i think less people are punting at the moment. Say and a lot of people can walk here from cambridge which is quite nice. So there's this apple trees and then green chairs and people just chill out and drink tea and scones. Yeah the green dot. Chaz have been here since a blazer star. I think they're still bought from the same company that they use people for the the tables are all exactly the same as it used to be. It's just like home to you. Yeah it's very much to me. I'm hair anyway. And i really care about the place. I wanted succeed and survives and how many people work jessica really really differs throughout the time of the year so summer. You're looking about thirty winters about fifteen but we take concrete laws. A unique students coming home to work here over the summer period winter a winter we just got onto reduced ours under the other places in england like this or is this like i've never seen is this like a unique thing i think is a very very unique place to come. I think it's the history here. But also i think the atmosphere the gardens braver relaxing. Very very laid back so procreate. You might find other places around here now. I didn't graph around may about three years ago. But i originally from hitchin but my aunt lives her so i moved in with care. Hitchens pretty close. Yeah it's not too far away. I felt as far away accident drive. But yeah it's lovely fakes to be. Where do you live now. Do you live in the village. And i live just outside but like lafayette. Someday i think it really expensive live in radio and expensive house. Prices are a little bit. I think one of the highest in the area of cambridge. I think they're actually one of the pace around cambridge. Gone up in house prices rather than going down this year as someone who's got a good job but who's working. It's still hard to live in a place like this. Yes definitely yeah. It's quite hard anyway. So tell us a little bit about. This is called. Jessica the grand just to group so all these people say virginia woolf bertrand russell vit- contain like all these famous. Em foster rupert brooke who the pub is named after light is an actual thing. Did you kind of make the kranji group. I'm pretty sure that's an actual thing. We also have a lot of pitches in the report cream. Other famous people visited throughout the cambridge university and came here. And do you know rupa breaks poem. I recite it is like something something. The clock is still stuck at ten to three and is the honey. Honey fatih was here yes it would be. You still have honey t- reduce does have honey with t. If people ask for it we also serve like honey with are often tease bread and honey with within. Say thanks for keeping the tradition going jessica. Okay it's the end of a long day which means going to the blue ball pob. Which is the oldest pub in the village ick actually just celebrated its two hundred fiftieth birthday and was named after a hot air balloon that landed on the meadow. Has he owns ago. Which actually the pub sits right on the on the meadows had twenty four landlords since it first opens its doors one less than the number of vickers in the village church and it's me and mate's favourite power where we used to go when we like sixteen and continue going today every time i come back britney and will a- serving tonight and ask britney why. She's so naked right now which she keeps telling me as she's pouring a pint because i very.

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"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Copy, delivering it themselves to customers that they now call friends. Alexis says Steve is the best because he was always into filtration. Being a plumber. Quick learner. He is the brains behind how that cold brew gets bottled up. You know, she's really the brains of the operation. Building a business in a pandemic. Pretty cool Drum, Ojuland WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio. It's 10 51 this W busy centennial celebration Brought to you by Cambridge College WBZ NewsRadio looks back as we turned 100 Easy. 10 30 when Mother Nature's worst hits Boston I'm Gary last year, the BBC's Morning news Major storm this morning. You could always count on that. And this. Nobody expected this. This is one of the worst ones we have So far. We've been out here for 4.5 hours too long for me, and you can still count on this WBZ Storm center. Lifeline for those without life's necessity without heat since yesterday, they are running out of food, and they cannot get out Niagara Falls. Going on to Broadway Review would be a terrible thing that they had to shut off your water. No, and always a spot for kids to hear. School is cancelled. Mass Milbury, Miller's Milton Snow, Ice, Hurricanes, even tornadoes. The WBZ Storm Center. It's part of the history of WBZ and the fabric of New England. Jeff Brown WBZ Boston's news, radio, traffic and weather on the way when you wake up and when you get home, give us five minutes and we'll keep you in the loop. And following this developing story is a new podcast from WBZ NewsRadio. My workdays are really hectic and I don't have much free time. So I rely on the boot to get to the point and keep me informed. It's awesome on the I heart radio app, iTunes Spotify or wherever.

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"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And Democrat, were given to Ville Maria Maldonado by her boyfriend. She says the state is telling her. The goats have to be put down because why they said that it's illegal because they want through our food chain, which is false. There's no proof or evidence said that went through a food chain trucks for reinstate animal control. We're here but love without doing anything to the goats. Previous reports say. State Animal Control has argued that goats are from out of state and could spread disease. This is the same farm by the way, the infamous local goat escape from in 2014 and Tewksbury, Karen Regal WBZ, Marston's NewsRadio, 6 51 and this WBZ Centennial celebration brought to you by Cambridge College. Busy news radio looks back as we turn 100 breezy tip Birdie. This was one live broadcast. WBZ radio listeners at home wouldn't soon forget. In April 1932, an 18 year old £800 trained circus lion named King Leo was brought into the station at Hotel Bradford to demonstrate how he could roar on cue, Leo became spooked by something and broke loose as the announcer and live orchestra scrambled. Get out of the way. The lion rampage through the station, breaking to plate glass windows, damaging equipment, injuring several people and terrifying the studio audience. Police were finally able to subdue the king of beasts. The headline in the paper the next day, Red Lion Rex Radio Studio in frenzied flight. Kim Tony Clifton Easy, Boston's news radio. Years, WBZ NewsRadio has brought you the biggest political stories from our hometown hero. President elect Kennedy has a good chance of getting some last minute advice this morning when he to the last presidential election. We believe we're on track to win this election won the next political story breaks you know where to turn WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Jay Farner here, CEO of rocket, mortgage and rocket companies. Last year, we saw historically low mortgage interest rates. What you may not know is that interest rates are already starting to increase..

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"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Enlarge large white coverings were on the steps of the state house. They're part of a group called Boston Red cloaks. They didn't say anything, but the carried signs reading. Like women are not property. No bands. No barriers there, protesting antiabortion laws that have been passed in a number of states, and they were applauded by a number of people, including this woman. I just find it completely crazy. To be honest with you. I remember being a young child and hearing about abortion laws and stuff when I was a kid and I just can't believe we're still here. Washington red closures among the groups asking Massachusetts lawmakers to pass it act to ensure access to clinics should the federal government threatened that access from the statehouse. Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's News Radio disturbing scene in Quincy as a woman is mugged, while shopping at a WalMart she seventy years old, a woman reportedly knocked to the ground by two men who, then took off with their wallet and mobile phone hours later. Those suspects were seen on surveillance video using her stolen credit cards and operating. A u haul truck the woman not seriously hurt. However, the suspects are still on the loose anyone with information. Leading to their arrest asked to contact Quincy. Police new charges of sexual assault against our be singer R Kelly eleven new counts will the added to those filed in February that he assaulted for women. The new and more serious charges involve one of those women CBS news correspondent to Rica Dunkin with the story due back in court next Thursday. His attorneys say these latest charges are basically an extension of that February case. And they also say that Kelly continues to deny any wrongdoing. Those new charges involve an attack on a woman when she was between the ages of thirteen and sixteen seventeen eighteen now, sixty one degrees and beautiful finally in Boston New report on crime in downtown Springfield. It says there was no uptick in crime after the opening of the MGM casino nearly one year ago, the study by the state gaming commission finds MGM was the region's top location for. Lease calls. But there was minimal overall impact on crime. The sample taken over four months time, among the many graduations this weekend. One at Cambridge college and its greater Boston gaming career center. WBZ TV's Mike lacrosse tells us teaches all about casino gain. Eighteen year old, Tommy Lee is one of the youngest.

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"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Defense in the case of special operations chief Edward Gallagher. He's charged with murder for allegedly killing teenage ISIS combatant in Iraq in two thousand seventeen he's also accused of attempted murder for allegedly shooting civilians from a sniper's perch Gallagher has pleaded not guilty. His trial set to begin June ten the hearing on Gallagher's request to dismiss the charges continues today. New charges of sexual assault against our NBC R Kelly eleven cows will be added to those filed in February that he assaulted for women. The new more serious charges involved, one of those women CBS's Rica Dunkin reports due back in court next Thursday. His attorneys say these latest charges are basically an extension of that. feB. They also say that Kelly continues to deny any wrongdoing, the new charges involve on tack on a female when she was between the ages of thirteen and sixteen. I know report on crime in downtown Springfield. It says there was no uptick in crime after the opening of the MGM casino. The study by the state gaming commission found MGM was the region's top location for police calls, but there was minimal overall impact on crime. The sample was taken over four months, among the many graduations this weekend. One at Cambridge college and is greater Boston gaming career center. WBZ TV's, Mike, lacrosse tells us it teaches casino games. Eighteen year old Tommy Lee is wounded, the youngest will be my career high school..

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Oh seven here on a Thursday night. And we should have a round of applause for Brian Antonelli the studio audience was thrilled to see combat today drying. I got up off his deathbed Monday and Tuesday. Hopefully, he has an infected and rob rob don't even get too close to him because I think he's still infected. Okay. Rob Brooks, never never out. Although I think you had one sick day earlier this month if I'm not mistaken last month. And I'm here as well. Dan rae. I'm the host of the show. Nice to see both you guys back. We got a great show for you tonight. Coming up at nine o'clock. We're going to talk with the the principal. The the president actually of a. What was it? A Catholic high school here in Boston cathedral high school, which is now an independent school. An extraordinary school of mostly kids who come from single family homes. Probably ninety percent of the impairments didn't go to college. But the school which relies on a lot of charitable contributions is is an extraordinary school in that for the last. I think it's seventeen years one hundred percent of the class have graduated and gone on to college. And I think the figure is that seventy percent of them complete college within four years that of course, juxtaposition to the scandal that we now have where the rich and famous are in effect buying their way through also chicanery or some of the rich and famous of buying their way through with all sorts of chicanery into some of the very elite colleges around the country and looking forward very much to talk with the. The president of the this the school Oscar Santos. And I think it's gonna be interesting coming up at ten o'clock tonight, the WBZ cry guys, very special guest. They'll tell you any answer all your questions about your problems with your car. So that sets the stage great opportunity now to talk about a a wonderful facility that I can actually during the daytime through two or three panes of glass, maybe a mile away. I don't think it really is a mile away. But the president of encore Boston Harbor, Bob disalvo. Bob, welcome. Thank you, Dan. Thanks for having me on beer. Well, last time we did this a couple of years ago we were over on soldiers field road. Never in my wildest imaginations that I think that the next interview would be in the shadow. Of this new casino, which is going open on June twenty third. That's correct within one hundred days of oh, we are the pace is really picked up fast and furious. We now, I know we I don't think we only had a few people last time when I spoke with you. We now have almost five hundred employees he's on board. And we've got another two thousand that are doing the on boarding process. And we're racing ahead to try to get to over five thousand employees by the time we opened on June twenty third well since you mentioned that you have jobs fear. So if anyone out there is in the position where they are looking to get a new job, or maybe even I guess these jobs of full-time jobs that you have some split shifts way got we have we have mainly full-time because we expect the volume to be so strong in the facility if I had to guess of the five thousand jobs about eighty percent will be fulltime about twenty percent will be on call part time. And it literally covers. Every possible career imaginable from whether it's housekeeping and hotel operations to accounting, literally IT, if you can think of a career it's represented in the building and on Monday, we're going to be at the Hynes convention center from nine AM to eight PM anyone's free to come and walk in. We're gonna we're going to extend a thousand job offers on Monday through that process. So you hope you hope to hire one thousand more people in the next few days. That is correct. Well, that's good news for the employment here in Massachusetts gives us an idea. I'm sure some people are wondering, okay. I young people middle aged people older people give us an idea of some of the the classic jobs, obviously think about the the car dealers and all of that big just give us an idea about some of the specific job. And I'm glad you brought up the dealers because there's an opportunity we started a dealer school in conjunction with Cambridge college right on Rutherford avenue. And we are now in our second round of training, and we will have about three hundred people that are brand new to the industry who've gone through this twelve week dealer program, and they'll step into those wonderful jobs on the casino floor. So it was a great weight introduce a new industry to the area much which precious on a dealer at all of us who have been in the casino. The deal is given out the cards and all of that. I mean, most of them are very dexterous with their hands. What's the key to be in good a good dealer? First and foremost is to have a great personality because you are literally face to face with our guest, and we pride ourselves on that guest service. So number one, I. Thing. Great personality. Obviously good math skills to be able to move those cards around or or work a dice game and understand how the odds work. And so math skills are important. But we could we train off for all of that. And so with the basic skills, and our training people come through those courses, and then they jump right into a new career. It's a great opportunity. So he's a crazy question. What is a card dealer if they're gonna work what forty hour week is. What are you? What are they? What are they looking to make per hour or per hour probably about it's it's funny. It's a job where the the hourly rate is about seven dollars and fifty cents because it's a gratuity job. But when you add in gratuities, they can earn anywhere. You know, their studies been done nationwide, and we have our own dealers. I'll give you an example in Las Vegas the dealers there probably in the seventy eighty thousand dollars a year range. So if I'm a dealer casino. I want everybody at the table to be happy. That's correct. And I kinda would. Like to see them win win W, I N because if they win maybe they'll be generous with me, you'll be Janet at the same time, I'm competing against the masseuse kinda conflicted. There. Tell me I mean, I know you can't get in terms of. I can't say what would you like would you like it would you like an ace on top of that king? Let me see what I can pull you. Nobody how is little bit of conflict. Well, it's not it's not really because I think, you know, being around this business for all the years. I have the one thing that a customer would tell you is that the experience on the game is important. They know that it's a mathematical exercise, and you're gonna win some you're gonna lose some at the end of the day. They won a dealer to greet them and be nice professional courteous under a little understanding if they have a bad run at the end of the day when loser draw most people usually are pretty generous to the to the dealers, and it's all about that's why we stress personality as the number one. Really the number one thing that you need to be successful. We got a lot to talk about. But I also want to give people an opportunity, and if you are someone who is either unemployed or underemployed or if you've thought about perhaps pursuing a career in the casino industry. This is a great opportunity. You can talk to to the gentleman who is the top guy. He is the president of encore Boston Harbor Bob to salvio, you know, the number six seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. There's so much information that I have here. But we're we're going to get through it all if you stick with us for this hour, you will know everything you need to know about encore Boston Harbor. What's an impact is going to have in the neighborhood? How long when will it open up again, you will talk a lot about the jobs that might be available. So this may be a very beneficial our to you if you listen carefully, you'll be able to take notes will probably give you some contact information. How you? Can get more information on becoming an employee at encore Boston Harbor feel free to call six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. And remember no question is a dumb question unless you too afraid to ask that question. I learned that in law school a long time ago. There's no such thing as a dumb question, except the one you don't have the courage to ask coming right back on nightside with Bob to salvio of encore Boston Harbor after nightside.

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"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Weekend. Live three, oh, seventy Johnson with you until three thirty funny. How it works out? I thought I'd just take a couple of minutes just sort of reprising a quick talk about pizza places and favored pizzas and lichen. We're we're back into it. Again, a couple more calls and hey, happy to talk to you about that before we get out of here. I will run down the list of recommended spots. Saturday was national pizza day. Sorry. If you missed it. You can still celebrate today. If you want to go back to Dave in Lawrence. Alright, Dave how are you tonight? You were talking about a place on ninety three right, right? Yeah. I was and I would've called you last night. I I wanted to. But I'm glad you brought it back. I didn't. But I'm glad you brought it back up tonight. Yeah. But I mentioned the Chateau. Yup. Right off the ninety three. And there's a few of them. I know there's one I think in Burlington is well right about Burlington. But I did know about another one when I go to the casino to exercise my vices. I one on ninety four ninety five. But it's you know about halfway down. Me. Interesting, and what kind of pizza do you like from there? I always get the green pepper and mushroom. But what I wanted to say to somebody brought up value a gentleman. You know, a caller tonight and. Chateau all of them. But. Is like a six ninety nine or seven ninety nine lodge pizza on Wednesdays. It's it's not worth staying home with that. It's not worth staying home for that kind of money. Well, no, I only live like a mile and a half two miles away. And and it's a really good teacher. And like all the topics are extra, but it's like six seven ninety nine. I can't I can't tell because I get extra toppings. You know? If you're a couple, and you split a pizza there boy as I said, it's not worth seeing. And that is that's the beauty of pizza. There's a wide variety, and there are different stories, and it it's generally still pretty cheap. And again, even if we don't go there that often I think you can thank the chains for that. Because everybody's going to keep their prices down because it's so competitive because they're everywhere seventy six thousand across the country. Yep. So very good. The Chateau in Andover. Okay. So not stop there you stopped at some time. It's not far from you all the time on ninety three. And when they when they finished by when they finish building, the at least, I understand this is gonna be the case when they finish building the KEA in Salem, New Hampshire. I'll be going by a lot. Oh, yeah. I know that's going on here. And so, but I'll have to take note of that that good. Thanks, dave. Good call. You're welcome. Take care. Six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty. If you want to sneak in a call Dixie in Mission Hills been waiting for bid Dixie Hawaii this morning. I'm good. How are you doing great? I was listening last night to the show. Yup. And I I noticed that a lot of people were mentioning the chronicle piece about pizza, right? But I didn't hear anybody mentioned that in that piece. They started off by saying that Regina pizza was elected the number one pizza in the United States. You are correct. Someone recommended Regina. But they didn't mention that. You always think on New York City. But, you know, here's another example. We're number one. The other thing was is that in the chronicle piece the peop- the people doing the peace said that they also had a simultaneous vote about CDs in the United States in Boston came in seven for best pizzas. You mean for the for the total pizza for for the whole city. Oh, isn't that funny? Yeah. So people voting across the country. But hey, you know, I I mean, we've got such a strong Italian contingent here in the area, you know, they're going to be great pizza places. And also, as we mentioned for some reason, I don't know if this is true of around the rest of the country to a lot of the pizza place, especially in the suburbs are run by Greeks. Yeah. Well, I always vote was taken since they said it was for the whole country. That's regina's came out for at least this time. For myself. I am I am not a fantastic pizza eater. But I used to go to pizzeria Uno. And they headed something calls naughtily. Oh, yeah. Which is spinach and broccoli, and it was really really good. The the main thing about pizza for me is that I like to go out and get a big frozen pizza and bring it home because I can dump all the vegetables on it. Yeah. You can you can you can soup with up to whatever you want is really kind of irritating. Sometimes when you go out for pizza, you ask for a topping or a couple of topics and they give you like three pieces of broccoli on a giant pizza. You're right. I'm looking down. Now, the person somebody called in their recommend a couple of places in the north end regina's their favorite choice of regina's was I wouldn't think of this necessarily, but that's the fun of this, Canadian, bacon and onion. Yeah. I don't. I don't I don't do baking. So I'm care about that. But I'll tell you one thing I'd put on when I bring it home is if I'm cooking it for let's say thirty minutes halfway through ice on several pieces of granny Smith apple. Oh. I heard that. Apples are really, okay. Took cook. It that heat for, you know, fifteen twenty minutes, and they don't disappear. Yeah. They did really good. They've been a lot of body. So but oh Appleton pizza. Well, people say he put ketchup on. I think I'd rather put apples and catch up. No good. I like catch up but not enough pizza. You know, all your taste is a catch up at that point. But that's all right, so noted then I'm gonna have to take note of that. Then Dixie granny Smith apples. But yeah, we'll talk about regina's now. Netware number one right now. I also throw on orange red and yellow peppers and a lot of zucchini and just stuff it all on top of it. It's very funny. We were talking about this last night. Usually the guys of the ones that are carnivores and in women, generally, speaking of the ones that just go with the vegetarian route. So that now so I stopped eating red meat thirty years ago. Now what nothing wrong with that served you well, and I will let you go. Thank you very much Dixie good talking to you keep listening. Call again, six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight hundred eight nine two nine ten thirty. If you want to stick in the last phone call before we had done it will take our last break. And then we'll be right back at you. Hear WBZ. This weekend. 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"cambridge college" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"My name is Dan Schreiber and I'm sitting here with Andrew, Hunter, Murray inches ski, and Alex bell. And once again, we have gathered around the microphones with our four favourite fax from the last seven days and in no particular order. Here we go starting with fact number one, and that is Justin ski yet. My fact this week is that the inventor of the Vendee Graham also invented a machine ultimate Dubose cricket bowls. Yeah, it's you can see how the two crossover because the van diagram is circular. Well, there are circles in it, right and cricket balls a circular, I suppose. So I think that's where he got the inspiration. So does that mean that you could draw van diagram of cricket related inventions involving balls in one circle diagrams in another circle, and then in the middle, you've got this guy who invented both. That's not a van diagram because the just fallen into the biggest ven diagram tramp the internet ever creates, which is really annoying thing where it has just said this thing, plus this thing equals John van, but that's not what Ben diagram is. This is nothing. The thing that makes them. Okay. Stuart, really have to explain ven diagram lease. So I guess you got to circles and one circle is a set. So a cash green. There's a bunch of stuff in that category. Let's say animals, and then you've got another circle which is another set things called Bonnie things called Bonnie. Exactly. And then you have this difficult, but I didn't know if accounting Bonnie the dinosaur. Which is so creatures all fictional Andrea animals, advocates guy, then you can get in the middle of the thing in the middle to belong to those categories. If you'll think to work, John van would have to be a type of cricket ball or whatever, and the type of diagram, neither of what about inventors of things that are round to do with round things and events. Things do crickets invented both because curriculums around and vendor grams around cricket, all the, we've really got sidetracked. John van works at our level. He didn't call them van diagrams. No. So they are a subcategory of ULA diagrams. Things way representing of Asian incidentals, but they don't have to be linked. And then ven diagrams. Are you leery in circles? But whether it is an intersection between the two oiler diagrams, aren't they. So yes, the other is the thing that people confused as well. I think the difference is that the diagram, if you imagine the three intersecting things, it can include Mt sections. So let's say, let's say you've got to circles and one of them is mammals and another one is birds and the intersecting. You have to have that middle intersection, even though there's no such thing as a bird. That's also a mammal. Okay. All right. So he is said to have invented the star Graham in one thousand nine hundred one. That is the date that's put on the first time that he he came up with the concept. So I was looking into eight eighty one just to see what other scientific inventions happened that year. And it was an amazing year. Really a lot of lot of things happen. So Charles Darwin published his final scientific book which was called the formation of vegetable, mould through the actions of worms. It's not exactly under the deathly hallows. The first modern caesarian section was performed in eighteen ninety one was that. Yeah. Alexander Fleming was born in one thousand nine hundred one. And then lastly Carlos Finlay who was a Cuban doctor. It was the first to propose that yellow fever was transmitted by mosquitoes rather than direct human contact. That's a huge moment yet not resulted in a lot of lives saved. That's being a journalist and not yet a tiny baby. I'm in the lots of really nice tributes, then John van so that the Cambridge college while he told there's a stained glass window which is van diagram is got three circles of overlapping stained glass and in the middle is much darker. So it's kind of Hof double glazed and then half single raised and then a bit of its triple glaze because there are three circles, I must be really warm. Yeah. He so yeah. Do you know what college? He went to golden keys to golden keys, and he did a couple of other things in his life..

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"cambridge college" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"cambridge college" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"As you know been russian mobsters jewish mobsters talion mobsters american italian mobsters i believe the fifth season the notion is although it's very much cloaked in secrecy when they get season five i believe that the shelby's are coming to america in that period right to you know there's alka pony oh my god i will say i can't handle the dissipation i will say it is post world war one and i will say one thing that the show does historically that shows how much world war one ravaged all an entire generation in european how different the impact was on europe then it was on america you go to any oxford or cambridge college and you see the plaques on the walls and you realized how it took the greatest of their generation and just decimated their societies something for young young men one in four in france ross is actually ended the european era of history the great european countries ended up depleted that's why they couldn't count germany and what it took essentially with the united states to to the what to rebalance history the great show historically significant cinematic beautiful it is good but now it's time to do the noobs remarkable good believe this bible is pretty saying shakespeare had a couple of good day as right right the top of the hour rudy giuliani has put off a sit down between president trump and special counsel robert muller giuliani told the that an interview would likely be delayed until after the june twelfth summit with north korea in singapore because i wouldn't wanna take his concentration off something far far more important that saying a lot that is saying that he okay i'm just saying that saying a lot he also called the investigations fairness into question quote if we believed they would go into it honestly with an open mind we would be inclined to do it but right now we're not there giuliani also said he doesn't believe the president's children or son in law will be interviewed in the probe.

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Cambridge College, Westminster Abbey and Iceland discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

01:24 min | 3 years ago

Cambridge College, Westminster Abbey and Iceland discussed on BBC World Service

"Games a private funeral service will take place today for professor stephen hawking who died just over two weeks ago the service will be held at a church the cambridge college where he worked for more than fifty years pioneering the science behind black hose his ashes will be interred in june in westminster abbey in london world news from the bbc hello and welcome to health check from the bbc where we have the latest health and medical research for you i'm claudia hammond and i have my trusty cup of tea with me in the studio to perk me up but a new study conducted in embassies in iceland and latvia suggests that maybe more light is what i need you can't have daylight you can do it with electric lighting if you can't do electric light you should pick up your laptop and go sit by a window or go sit in a place outdoors maybe two conference calls outside do walking meetings outside and can stimulating the spinal cord in the right way ease back pain and it's welcome back to james kelleher the bbc's health and science correspondent who has news of the discovery possibly of a brand new organ in the body and why rubber ducks in the bath might not be the healthy option at bath time do you have an annual both james i have a collection of rubber ducks plus a dolphin turtle an octopus and a pufferfish and is that just since you had your baby girl or or did you have those law.

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