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Monitor Show 15:00 09-16-2023 15:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV batteries' environmental impact, behind sand. Yeah, sand. You get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. And that is it for this edition of Bloomberg Best. I'm Ed Baxter. And I'm Denise Pellegrini. And this is Bloomberg. Stay with us now. Top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. United auto workers are holding talks with Ford and GM on day two of the UAW strike. Union members are striking for better pay and pension benefits. Representatives for both GM and Ford say negotiations have resumed after Friday's pause. Union leaders are pushing for what they call a strong and fair contract. President Biden sent two high level White House officials to help mediate the talks. Post tropical cyclone Lee is slamming New England as it barrels toward Canada. The latest update from the National Hurricane Center says Lee is now packing top winds of 75 miles per hour, about 100 miles south southeast of Eastport, Maine. Some 85 ,000 customers have lost power in Maine. Forecasters say tropical storm conditions are likely to continue for several more hours along the coast of Maine and Cape Cod. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton will remain in office. State senators voted on 16 articles of impeachment today after ending deliberations. The senators acquitted the attorney general of all counts. Paxton only needed to be convicted of one of the articles to automatically be removed from office. He was accused of abusing the power of his office to help a political donor. U .S. Supreme Court Justice Katanji Brown Jackson is calling for American schools to teach the history of racism in the U .S. Jackson was in Birmingham, Alabama, on Friday to mark the 60th anniversary of his death.
Monitor Show 15:00 09-02-2023 15:00
"I particularly want to call AI inference solutions, which is going to drive an increase in the percentage of the mix. And that was Antonio Neri, CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, with Bloomberg's Romain Bostic and Katie Greiffeld. And that is it for this edition of Bloomberg Best. I'm Denise Pellegrini, and this is Bloomberg. Stay with us. Top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson is dead at the age of 75. A statement from the Richardson Center for Global Engagement said Richardson died in his sleep Friday night at his home in Chatham, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod. Richardson was a candidate for president in the 2008 Democratic primary and later served as energy secretary and U .N. ambassador during the Clinton administration. President Biden has arrived in Florida to serve a hurricane damage, but he won't be joined by Governor Ron DeSantis. After landing in Gainesville today, Biden boarded Marine One for an aerial tour of areas hit by Hurricane Adalia. Later he said to deliver remarks in Live Oak, Florida. As he left the White House this morning, Biden told reporters he won't be meeting with DeSantis. Wished in a way again in Margaritaville, searching for my lost sugar song. Legendary musician Jimmy Buffett has passed away. The singer songwriter was best known for his 1977 hit Margaritaville, which was inducted into the Library of Congress National Recording Registry in 2023 for its cultural, historical or aesthetic importance in the nation's recorded sound heritage. Buffett also had over a dozen other.
Monitor Show 14:00 09-02-2023 14:00
"Every parent wants to witness the many firsts in their child's life. First steps, first word, first haircut. But what about their first bite of beef? Complete with nutrients like iron, zinc, choline, B vitamins and protein, it's vital for strengthening little minds and little bodies. Making that first bite of beef a moment for everyone to savor. Together, we bring more. Beef. It's what's for dinner. Funded by beef farmers and ranchers. President Biden is in Florida to survey hurricane damage, but he apparently won't be joined by Governor Ron DeSantis. Biden told reporters he doesn't plan to meet with DeSantis because he won't be there. Biden had said he would meet with DeSantis on the trip, but a spokesman for the governor said no such meeting was planned. During today's visit, the president will tour areas hit by Hurricane Idalia and deliver remarks in Live Oak, Florida. Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson has died. A statement from the Richardson Center for Global Engagement said Richardson died in his sleep Friday night at his home in Chatham, Massachusetts on Cape Cod. Richardson was 75. A new poll shows former President Trump holds a huge lead over his GOP rivals. The National Wall Street Journal survey finds 59 % of Republican voters say they would support Trump while Ron DeSantis is way behind with just 14%. Trump dominates the field despite four indictments and skipping the GOP debate. The same poll shows Trump and President Biden tied at 46 % in a head -to -head matchup. For the third time, a judge has rejected an attempt to stop Washington state's assault weapons ban until there's a trial. In the case of Guardian Arms v.
A highlight from MONEY REIMAGINED: Empowering Tomorrow's Internet | The Massive Disruption of AI in a Changing Data Landscape With Frank McCourt
"You're listening to CoinDesk's Money Reimagined with Michael Casey and Sheila Warren. Hello and welcome to Money Reimagined. I'm Michael Casey. Well, this week I'm on my lonesome as my co -host Sheila Warren is on a well -earned family vacation. We're also doing something a little different as we'll be playing a few recordings of a conversation that I had with the businessman Frank McCourt at his home in Cape Cod this week as part of a book project that he and I are working on. Frank is a construction magnate, the former owner of the LA Dodgers and now of the French football club Olympique de Marseille, but more importantly he is the founder of Project Liberty, a bold, urgent initiative to fix a broken internet. A system that under the model of Web 2 that you've heard Sheila and I talk about so often has made us all subjects, serfs if you will, to a small data and rule our online lives. Our book will dive into that problem and explore solutions for how to fix it and restore a sense of agency, of citizenship in the internet age. From our wide ranging discussions this week I thought as a tease to some of the concepts we're grappling with in that book for which you'll have to wait for its publication, I'd break out some remarks that Frank made over lunch at the problem of centralized storage and the power that has given to the big platforms after the Internet's data became the most valuable commodity of all. Here he is explaining how this problem began and how now with the rise of decentralized storage solutions in the Web 3 era we might escape from it. Apologies for the chink of cutlery on China and the tapping of my keyboard in the background it's all part of this informal discussion.
"cape cod" Discussed on WTOP
"Or you have been for the past couple of days, you know that the Memorial Day weekend has millions of us on the move. The triple-A Auto Club says this holiday weekend could be one for the record books. More than 42 million Americans are expected to travel at least 50 miles. Cape Cod tourist patty steelman has some advice for those traveling this weekend. It's Memorial Day weekend, so there's gonna be a lot of people on the road. So make sure you have your coffee, like Carly has. And enjoy your ride. Carly Powell, who also made the drive to Cape Cod, says the trip was long, but she doesn't regret it. The drive was a little long, but it definitely was a 100% worth it once we got here. It's not just motorists who are going places, federal officials say the number of air travelers already has hit a pandemic era high. I'm Mike Hempen. Over this Memorial Day weekend, many of us may be grilling. Many of us may be washing that down with a cold one. And some may be combining the two. If you've never had beer can chicken, it involves setting a whole chicken over a can of beer and grilling it. Today, Purdue releases beer can chicken beer. Now the summer ale itself doesn't include chicken, but it's brewed with grilled chicken seasonings like rosemary thyme and peppercorns. The idea is the beer marinades the chicken from the inside out and keeps it moist while being grilled on indirect medium heat. We've got a link at WTO P dot com. Neon stain WTO pinu. Don't know if I'd be too keen on that skin though. Trying to slim down, you might want to flip through the food ads. It's bad with those peppers and onions. Who needs those epic when you can look at food online? Creamy Mac and cheese, crispy fries, buttery biscuits.
Document Leak Story Isn't Adding Up
"Okay, so now Washington Post Washington Post was dealing with this other young man that was on this platform. I guess he was going around giving information. Let me ask you this. What's the significance between this guy allegedly being at for Brett or at fort Bragg, which he was not but ultimately at the Massachusetts base? Does it matter? As far as the access he would have had not really because so at four rack is the joint special operations command. And so that has people from army air force navy there within that part of fort Bragg. So there are some air force people stationed there. And with what they did with his intelligence wing, he was in an intelligence part of the air force. And what they did, I've been told from my sources that he would have had that act that information would have been going through that base where he was, not necessarily that he should have been accessing it, but it would have been going through there. So for this, it doesn't matter whether he was at fort Bragg or he was on Cape Cod.
"cape cod" Discussed on The Jimmy Tingle Show
"And no break. Shores of Bohemia. Which is the name of the book. It's a fun read. I want to finish it. I might finish it, listening to Jeff zen in my year as I walk around the Charles river or maybe in wealthy, but it's a fun read and it brings back a time that a lot of people don't realize the real roots of the outer cape and its fascinating to find all these incredible people in one place and that their work is still being carried on in the tradition of making the country a better country through whatever means people are able to do so. Again, I congratulations on the book. It's a great read, and I encourage folks to go out and get it. You know, the willfully general market runs a really nice bookstore. Yes. Stephen Russell. Yeah. Jimmy, it's been a privilege, you know? We've known each other a long time, but we've never done one of these. No, we never have. So it's a lot of fun. By the way, that's where I got the book. I got it was 15% off down at the wellfleet general market. It used to be Lima's. I still call it limas and Steven Russell sold it to me. He says, I said, why is it 15% off? He goes, we do 15% off to all the new publications. I said, what a great deal. And that's another way that the town supports the arts. So Ike, thank you so much for joining us today. Congratulations, continued success, and I'll see you on the shores of Bohemia. I'm looking forward to that. Thank you for joining us today. This has been a humor for humanity, production. Our mission is your mission, humor for humanity. Jimmy tingle dot com. Thank you.
"cape cod" Discussed on The Jimmy Tingle Show
"You? Hello, Jerry. How are you? Nice to see you again. Yes, yes. I went to your reading the other night at the Harvard bookstore. It was great. It was great to be in the same room with you and so many other people who have read the book and just got the book recently. And it's just fun to see you in action, talking about this labor of love that you've been working on for a while. Number one, how long have you been working on this book? And number two, what made you want to write this book? There's the answer of how long with having had two jobs running a literary agency in a law firm. There wasn't a lot of side time, three boys. It's dedicated to my wife. I think you know a hall. And of course, I didn't start out dedicating it to work as we worked a bit on it together. But then after her death, I sort of stopped for a while and then I regained my speed and so it came out may 17th from first Strauss and I was damn glad to finish it. That's great. Well, it's a real masterpiece, just to capture the time in history from 1910 to 1960, primarily focusing on provincetown well fleet and truro in the cast of characters that showed up there on those shores from that time period. What made you want to focus on that cast of characters in that time period? I didn't know that part of the world at all. I'm a Gloucester kid. I think I've been over the canal once in my lifetime before I went according to my wife and wealthy, her dad was a painter and architect of note. Pretty bohemian individual and through my wife and her family, I was introduced to a lot of the people that are in this book. But we're just beginning to vanish off the scene, and they so fascinated me that I thought, I don't think anybody's ever written a group portrait of this incredible two generations of a very political activist intellectual artistic people who just came to this very small place. I mean, in 1910, the only two ways you could get the provincetown were by the day boat from Boston in good weather or the fish boat from New York from Atlanta to Fall River and then you could take the train into provincetown that was no highway then on the roads were also and even if you had a car, so it was a very remote place. And it remained remote. Almost right through 1960 because the book ends in 1960 because not only does this political period end in 1960 as far as I'm concerned with the end of liberalism and the two defeats of badly Stevenson democratic primaries. But also the creation of the national seashore. Which in some sense, this was great because it preserved part of the lower case. Both sides of the actual beach part, but they run out of money so they only got up as far as Dennis. I mean, objective was to go all the way to the canal, and it turned it into America's playground. And so every piece of unbuilt land was built on. So it's a much different looking place. And then it was during that 50 year period. So it's about a group of people that inhabited that very different place for 50 years, but I was just so fascinated by them, whether they were architects or political activists or writers or designers, painters. It was just a great pleasure to know them all. And many of them are represented either as a lawyer or as a literary agent as time went by. But I realized they were all kinds of biographies of Mary McCarthy or Edmond Wilson or John despacito John Reed. There wasn't a group portrait of these people and what motivated this kind of poster they had during this period and I thought I'll take a whack at it and that's what you got. Yeah, well you did a fascinating job and what I found really interesting is that they most of them migrated up from Greenwich Village in New York in the early 1900s around starting around 1910, and they were living in the village. It must have been a great respite to go from New York Greenwich Village in 1900, probably a pretty Gritty place to the wilds of Cape Cod, the outer cape, particularly at a time when it wasn't very, very developed at all. Oh, three, we're fishing communities. I mean, they'd started as whaling communities, then they'd move to cod, and as the cod moved north to herring, and now that they were fished out, basically. So there were lots of empty fish piers and fish shacks and a lot of people were out of work. The land had been stripped of the timber and early farming, because it settled in the 17th century very little topsoil, but it's a hard way to make a living if there were fishing. So there was a lot of empty housing and cheap land for sale in 1910. And in the village in 1910, Bohemia was beginning to attract tourists already into the village. Now you couldn't call yourself a bohemian. If you lived above 15th street. So you'll live right in those streets at radiate around Washington square from the Stanford white big arch there at the end of the avenue. And they were all in a little tiny streets embedded with this huge immigrant population of Italian Irish and shoes that had come during the Civil War period for Irish and Italian shortly thereafter and then enormous amounts of Jews during the pilgrims just before the 1900s. In czarist Russia. So it was an enormous sort of hotbed of reform people trying to reform both politics and the working conditions of labor and remember in those days, if you were a worker, you worked 6 day week, ten hours a day, that man, woman and child. So I mean, it was a very tough position for workers who I was suddenly working in these enormous minds, textile mills that hadn't existed before the Civil War. So there's a lot of uprising about this condition of the American sort of classes. And economic classes. So it's a really vibrant period and it draws all these young people to work in the village and in journalism or reform working in settlement houses of teaching in the public school systems in New York. Which will really help all these immigrants made their climate organization into American culture was also a great public school system. So it was a vibrant period, but it was very expensive even then to live in New York. And when they began to discover provincetown, they found that it was really cheap housing to be had. It was really they were led by a woman who was both active in the world of Greenwich Village, built around the masses magazine, which was the magazine of the left of the progressive and socialist, which all of these people belong to those two parties. And Mary heaton force actually was born in up in the berkshires or family on the red Lion in stark. And she'd been to Europe as a young girl, spoke four languages, a very sophisticated, but for whatever reason, she'd fallen into the American labor movement in the progressive and socialist. And she become an expert on both European labor movements and the American labor. Remember, we're starting with the international women's garment workers union and the wobblies international workers of the world, AFL CIO this is a big period of union organizing. She was very active. And she recruited all these friends of hers who also contributed to the masses to come and stay and ran her by and provincetown. 1900 on Charles Hawthorne had also opened his famous school of painting just four years before 1910 and beginning to attract a very best young painters in America. So it suddenly became a place where all the sort of political activists writers and painters were finding a home in a cheap home Floyd Dell who was the editor of the
"cape cod" Discussed on The Jimmy Tingle Show
"Everybody. This is Jimmy. Welcome to another episode of the Jimmy tingle show. I'm very excited today to introduce my friend and he just came out with a new book that is just fantastic. I want to read a little bit of his bio for you. John Taylor Ike Williams have found near him and William's literary agency specializes in biography history, politics, natural science and anthropology. He is a member of the NEA literary panel, chair of the Boston lawyers committee for civil rights, co chair of the fine arts work center, a member of the advisory board of the biography conference and he is a former director of the Boston book festival. As a lawyer, I specialize as an intellectual property. That's where I come in, ladies and gentlemen, the intellectual property. And First Amendment litigate and First Amendment litigation as well as a comic, particularly in publishing film, television and news and new media. I guess the author of the shores of Bohemia, a Cape Cod story 1910 to 1960, arousing account of the artist and political revolutionaries who made the cape a hub of American culture in the earliest 20th in the early 20th century. I just want to read one review to start off. This is from drew Faust, author of the republic of suffering, death and the American Civil War, drew writes a cornucopia of characters whose lives in the first half of the 20th century may the outer reaches of Cape Cod a site of exuberant artistic creativity and social and political experimentation. The bohemian world, Ike Williams depicts, will fascinate readers interested in the winds and tides of modern American culture, as well as those of us today who walked the cape's beaches and swim in its waters. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the show, the one and the only mister Ike Williams.
"cape cod" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Before we get to the action in the stock market We got some action coming whether we got a nor Easter comer coming here our way I believe It's chicken with rob Carolyn Bloomberg meteorologist rob what can we expect here in the greater New York metro area Well probably 6 to ten inches by the time it's all said and done during the evening hours on Saturday Paul yeah And even more for Long Island the storm's going to take a track off the coast of North Carolina later tonight and pass east of Cape Cod tomorrow evening so that's going to bring some light snow into the district in Baltimore by about 4 o'clock this afternoon I think they're probably done with the storm overnight Not a big storm for the district in Baltimore about one to three inches They're under a winter weather advisory The tri state area it looks like the snow is probably going to be going by about 7 p.m. this evening There will be a few flurries out ahead of it but that's not the storm Storm gets in about 7 p.m. It's done by about 7 p.m. tomorrow evening And because it's passing east of Long Island the amounts are lighter across Jersey It looks like northwestern New Jersey picks up about two to four inches 6 to ten for the city Hudson River valley four to 8 on the New Jersey central shore where we actually have a blizzard warning in the street Yes yes it's been a while since we've had one of those And then a photographer eastern Long Island Right For Boston area it looks like the snow gets an after midnight eastern New England is going to be the area that gets buried by the storm They're going to really have some serious impacts Blizzard warnings in effect from cape ban through Boston to Cape Cod inland it's a winter storm morning Boston will probably see Gus over 50 miles an hour with at least a foot to a foot and a half of snow Cape Cod's gonna gust over 75 miles an hour And I probably see about a foot foot and a half for the cape Appalled there's gonna be a few places We're trying to figure out if they're west to Boston southwest to Boston that are probably gonna pick up over 20 inches of snow because we're gonna get what we get once in a while with these storms mesoscale banding and the snow will come down at one to three inches an hour and if those remain stationary some areas could see more than two feet of snow In less than 24 hours from the one when a lot of folks in the rest of the country don't understand when these nor easters come in the wind is just a big part of the story and it comes in from the east and it just feels like whether it's rain or snow it just keeps coming Is that kind of what the risk factor Absolutely That's what we're looking at And Paul this is going to be what we call when I went to college We used to call an explosive site cyclone It's going to go through explosive cyclogenesis The definition is it drops 24 millibars in less than 24 hours And this is going to do that So what happens is high pressure and Quebec the storms offshore the air rushes in and that's why those really strong northeasterly winds and coastal New England as that storm ramps up All right well Lisa and I will be sledding in Central Park on Saturday So rob Caroline thanks so much for checking in with us We'll be speaking with you throughout the day to get the latest updates rob Carolyn Bloomberg meteorologist Are you looking at these markets here Kind of got to have some red on the screen here Lisa You know I think people just still trying to digest all the fed speak we had this week the economic data we had and maybe even a little bit of earnings Yeah from explosive snow to explosive fed speak maybe in terms of what we're looking at Honestly it's amazing that every day has been a difficulty in finding a bid by the end of the session There's so much volatility intra session.
No Deaths Reported as Small Plane Crashes in Provincetown
"Okay this happened just a few days. Few days ago Province town plane crash. Victims suffered burns and broken bones from boston twenty-five news actually i think that There was a. I think we have three articles here. And i liked the second one a little bit better so this is From wc be in cape cod or wherever they're from Federal investigators arrived at a wooded area near province town municipal airport friday after a cape air. Flight skit off. The runway crashed the faa said. The twin engine cessna 4:02 went off the end of the runway while attempting to land province town municipal airport around four pm k. A cape said all six passengers and the pilot were taken to a cape cod hospital Let's see an. Ntsb investigator arrived at the scene on friday. The wreckage is expected to be recovered. Saturday and taken to a facility for further examination. The ntsb said the investigator will document the scene and examine the aircraft radar data weather information air traffic control communication airplane maintenance records and the pilots medical records will also be collected Passenger said the plane was attempting land when it ran into trouble. Here's a quote from one of the passengers. I have no idea if the runway was slick. Or not i know it was not slowing down. And he lifted off again and we went through trees and stuff. That's according to autumn. Care mother of two and a geriatric nurse from toledo ohio. Who was with her friend. Heather on the flight
"cape cod" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And healthy year, Maybe a sweet year. Shana Tova, Matt Sheer WBZ Boston's news radio. If you can't beat them join them. Cape Cod is starting to embrace its shark reputation three summers after it saw its first great white shark attacks in generations. A growing group of charter boat operators are now offering shark tours in a region where whale and seal watching excursions have long been popular. The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy recently renovated it's Shark Center and Chatham. They're also developing another waterfront outpost to offer its own shark tours and exhibits on the local great white population. Shark themed merchandise is apparently bringing in brisk sales. South Lake Tahoe residents can now come home. After that Kaldor gets significantly contained. That's the sound of South Lake Tahoe residents finally driving home and they're coming in slowly, a little bit time, unlike when they were leaving, which is a traffic jam after the Kaldor fire forced 22,000 to evacuate. You can't show enough appreciation. How well they thought this. It's now 44% contained thanks to favorable weather conditions and the efforts of firefighters, the idea of losing our history that was more devastating than just losing my own home. Luciano CBS News Coming up in a few minutes. Evacuations from Afghanistan continue after the August 31st deadline. Right now we go to Bloomberg Business. The devastation seen in brick and mortar retail early in the pandemic, and even before is showing signs of abating. Death of retail and brick and mortar was so short lived. The brick and mortar retail is back, Steve set off MasterCard's senior adviser and former sex CEO. They're more reopenings of physical stores right now than we've seen in years, and he's the Talking about reopening closed stores but opening new ones, according to a report from advisory firm BDO USA. There have been fewer bankruptcy filings and store closings in the first half of this year compared to the last two years. Retail analyst Dana Telsey says innovation is helping revive the entire industry. Whether it's curbside, whether it's digital, she says, the convenience that consumers have is greater than ever. But, she adds, there is a fly in the recovery ointment. Headwind today is definitely supply chain and getting good. Into the U. S something not likely to normalize before the end of the year. I'm Steve POTUS. Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Hey, Alexa, play WBZ news rig. Were you talking to me? Nope. I'm just telling Alexa to play wbz NewsRadio on I Heart radio love you, too, honey. Jay.
Shark Tourism Grows on Cape Cod
"Just a few years after two people were attacked by sharks one of them died Cape Cod Massachusetts is starting to tentatively embraced shark tourism there are shark eco boat tours off the Cape Cod coast we saw about six sharks VS some of them about eight feet others longer any on tonight glue says the tour gave her a new viewpoint on sharks from the boat many Moran says she doesn't view sharks as threatening our captain really respectful of their space and I put a lot of pressure on them following the recent shark attacks on shore Paul needs wiki with the Cape Cod chamber of commerce as they were concerned about a negative impact on tourism we've been working to educate people about sharks and having them be sharks mark and what was actually seen is is there been no negative impact the shark boat tours are cheap fifteen hundred to twenty five hundred dollars per boat I'm a Donahue
"cape cod" Discussed on Light Hearted
"Restaurant cocktail launches. What else is on the property for people. Obviously there's a beach and is there also a swimming pool. Yeah we have quite a large Swimming full and snack bar and just outside. The the swimming pool is very popular for families as a mini golf's that the parents can watch their kids right through the pool. Enclosure glass playing mini golf. We have a basketball court. Tennis court large playground with a pirate ship shovel boers and a lot of open grass area so people can play the games they want by having all that greenspace. It's really nice to give people room to roam around. Probably have about eighty rabbits on the property. So kids are always chasing rabbit. Look we have eighty rabbits in her yard The summer seems to be a bumper crop of rabbits. This is so Our listeners who of course are pretty much lighthouse aficionados of be interested in the answer to this question of people are staying at the inn. Can they visit the the central building. The old lighthouse. Climb up into the lantern of the lighthouse Up until last year we gave tours to anybody whether they were staying here or even if they weren't staying here and they just wanted to come and have a tour of the lighthouse but it's such a small enclosed area that we had to stop all tours last year and last year and hopefully in the future. We'll be able to resume but right. Now we we have discontinued those Tell us a little bit more comfortable. Be in a six by ten rum. And of course the lantern room is is very tight so it is yeah. I've been in there a few times. So yeah well. That's completely understandable. What you're saying. But i hope maybe maybe by next year pope Yeah exactly exactly this. Also a restaurant. Of course you mentioned that a few minutes ago is the restaurant opened to the public or is it just for people staying there or how does that work certainly we are. We have we're open to the public. We have inside seating and outside seating on the deck in and is very popular for people who aren't staying here to to come in have breakfast lunch dinner on sunday afternoons. If you're doing anything this summer you should come down and see my band life from two to five. I'm glad you mentioned the band does sixties seventies classic rock and roll cool. And what's the name of the band classics. The class hicks yes. Icy chaos plays the sixties and seventies rock and roll young. And tell me again when when you play there from two to five out by the beach on sunday afternoons okay. I hope i can make it. I don't know if that's going to happen this year. But i'll put her on my calendar. Try to keep going. Yeah it's been. It's been too long. Since i've been there so i really wanna make a back. I haven't been on cape cod. She says to two summers now which is kind of unusual for me. Yeah very far away. So i know yeah. Yeah i'm not. I've been on cape cod zillion times over the years. So do you also have weddings and other events at the end we certainly do We do some small weddings in july and august and then in the spring and fall. We can do weddings up to two hundred and twenty people and we're doing between three and five each weekend in the spring and fall in the summertime. it's a little bit too busy with regular business to do the large wedding so yeah but we can still do small leading. Stir in that time in the long island other kinds of functions birthday parties family reunions. We do it all. Yeah and on that subject a we should probably mention the website of course for the end and i imagine there's information about weddings and so forth and tells you who to contact All about that what. What is the website for the lighthouse in dot com. That's pretty easy. I know a lot of our listeners. Like me are very familiar with cape cod. But for anybody who maybe has never been there. Just i know it's hard to put in a few words but what else is there to do within a short drive of the in their while we've got About six public golf courses We have of course beaches on all sides of the cape and every every side. The cape is different. We face nantucket sound which has warm water. That's fed by the gulf stream Kit cod bay is quite cold. Water about fifty five degrees as well as the outer cape Which is would be the outer arm of the cape. If you're ever looking at a map those lots a mini golf and antiquing and great shops Chatham hyenas province town notice great seafood. Of course wonderful seafood. Nephew you know can get out to catch a fish will cook it for you right and by my counters metro the number of may but this quite a few accessible lighthouses within a couple of hours of were there while. Yeah they're really We've had people that come and stay with us. And then they'll go visit the other lighthouses all of them within thirty four forty minutes so count slots to do to great destination for for lighthouse buffs. And anybody else to you touched on it a little while ago. But could you sell a bit more about y you I believe you're the main person behind it why you decided that. A the lights should be related as aid to navigation. How did that happen. While i was out fishing off a pump and asset one day which is oh maybe twenty five miles west of year towards foulness and we were having such a great time fishing. We just fished right through 'til dark and on the way back to try to avoid all the Hazards along the way. We decided to take the outside ru which Put us about eight miles off shore we were cruising right along and trying to pick up the aids to navigation out in front of bass river but all. Let's there a little blinking Bully red light do miles offshore. Those lights just blended heavily with the the lights on insurance so we never saw that we overshot and started seeing chatham lighthouse. We knew it onto far. So i guess so. Yeah we came back in because there aren't any rock hazards out On that side of the property so When we came back close to shore we're cruising alone. You know what we should have our own light in our lighthouse. Yeah so we got permission from the coast guard to relight it as a private. It's navigation were on the chart some of course all the gps Navigation instruments on boats. I'm in the process of possibly getting a brighter. Led like on there because We're still running on a halogen. Hundred watt bulb gets magnified by the lens but the la is take less energy in and they would also be.
Hurricane Watch in New England for Henri
"Are bracing for their first hurricane in 30 years as tropical storm on re barrels toward the Northeast Coast. And a Sunday landfall. WBZ TV's Beth Germano is watching preparations on Cape Cod. Steve Godfrey and his wife were getting in a final bike ride before cutting their vacation short just because we don't want to get stuck on the wrong side of the bridge. They're staying at the sands of time in in Falmouth, where owners are concerned about damage from the storm and the business impact just coming back out of the pandemic. And really things have gone very well over the summer and now With this potential forum. Big change in it. It certainly is concerning his
Hurricane Watch Issued for Parts of the Northeast as Henri Strengthens
"Baker Holding a news conference on the incoming storm named Enrique. A storm surge in Hurricane Watch is off four portions of southeastern New England. James Rojos is at Boston Harbor Beach. A forecast from the National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Andrea will likely strengthen to a Category one hurricane passing near or just offshore Cape Cod. And the islands. Now, those of us closer to Boston should still expect heavy rainfall, damaging winds and flash flooding this Sunday into Monday, paying attention to whether watches and warnings folks are encouraged to prepare. Now that includes keeping your phone charged gathering supplies, keeping gas in your car and having nonperishable food handy in case we lose power. A
Delta Spread in Vaccinated People on Cape Cod, CDC Says
Study: Vaccinated People Can Carry as Much Virus as Others
"Scientists who study the big cove in nineteen outbreak in Massachusetts have uncovered a dispiriting setback in the nation's fight against the virus about three quarters of the more than nine hundred cases on Cape Cod rate fully vaccinated people and they carried about the same amount of virus as the unvaccinated that could upend to thinking about how the virus spreads since vaccinated people who previously got infected were thought to have low levels of virus which they were unlikely to pass on the research was key in the CDC recommending vaccinated Americans resume wearing masks indoors in places where the delta variants fueling surges the authors say that should be expanded to the entire country at the White House spokesman Karim John Pierre says that'll be up to the CDC and the take away for now we need more people to get vaccinated that's the
'Jaws' Expert Valerie Taylor Tells What It's Like to Get Bitten by a Shark
"A debate brewing over sharks Should shark bites be called attacks or just encounters as beachgoers. Witness survivors getting rushed to the hospital viral video posted just this weekend showing a hammerhead shark in Panama City Beach getting a little too close to swimmers. Some wildlife experts are pushing to rebrand interactions with the ocean's apex predator, calling them bites, negative encounters or incidents instead of attacks. I would say any time we're painting any wildlife as interested in harming humans. We're reducing people's positive feelings about them. People's desire to see them conserved and protected and increasing the likelihood that people see them as Villains or antagonists. For years. They've been the bad guys in movies like Jaws. We're gonna need a bigger coach and the Meg about a massive megalodon shark. But experts say in reality shark bites are rare and that using language like attack gives a false impression of intent. Page winter who was bitten by a shark in 2019, losing part of her leg. Told all Robin Roberts she didn't see her encounter as the Sharks fault. This situation has urged me to learn more about sharks. I didn't do something directly to the shark, but I was in his water. You know, That's his house. But Dave Pearson, who survived a shark attack in Australia and now runs a support group called Bite Club says avoiding the word attack downplays the very real danger. We can't keep sanitizing things to the point where we It feels like when you're the person involved. It feels like someone's dismissing your experience and dismissing your troller is something that's insignificant. You need to be aware that there is an element of danger out there and we call them Apex predators for a reason. And predators bite things. Even Stephen Colbert weighing in on the debate. I'm sorry, ma'am, a shark interacted with your husband's torso. He's experiencing a not being alive. Incident. Whatever they're called. Officials are taking these encounters seriously in Cape Cod, where at least 50 confirmed great white shark sightings have been reported this past month on the APP, shark tive, itty. Researchers deployed acoustic receivers to track great whites to keep people safe. It's a really valuable way to find out more about the movement of great white sharks. That's important information for the public to know when they are going to the beach. You know where they might be more likely to encounter a white shark. When you're at the beach. Look for signs of sharks. If there are seals in the water. There might be sharks nearby, because they eat seals. If there are birds flying in the air, that means they're looking for fish that sharks are also probably looking for. So if you do go swimming, try to go in pairs in groups Just be smart. Generally and also remember that unprovoked shark bites are exceedingly rare. There were fewer than 100 globally just last year at CBC's will review coming
Three Core Reminders for Spiritual Practice
"So i am recording here from cape cod. Where it's drizzling. And i send all my heartfelt best wishes to those that have been going through these incredible heat waves but i wanted to talk about for this class is something i've discovered over the decades of spiritual practice and that is that there are three particular reminders about practice that come up over and over again and that have i'd say most guided my practice and many others. I've talked to have felt the same. That these three are the kind of key remembrances and the first one is wake up from thoughts. Move from that space of being lost in thought to witnessing the fact of thoughts so that we can release the grip of of judgments and stories and beliefs that are keeping us small. Wake up from stocks. No one elderly woman recently. Spoke very a wistfully to me about how this gift of learning to see. Oh it's just a bod. How much not having to believe for. Thoughts has made a difference in our life and how many years went by that. She really felt imprisoned by the circling stories and judgments. So that's the first. Wake up from box by the way that doesn't mean get rid of the hot suggest means no they're going on. The second is fuel the fumes that are here. You know open to the vulnerability that's often in our bodies and hearts and when we get the knack of that of of staying present with vulnerability or difficult emotions what happens is our presence intensifies. It becomes more spacious more tender. And there's a real quality of freedom that comes with that
The Foragers Dilemma with Alexis Nikole Nelson
"Wanna ask you about your background. So i know you're not the first generation of of nelson or whatever surname. There is on your maternal side in this in the ohio. You've talked a bit about your mom's relationships with plants and what you learned from her. But i also know it goes even further back than that. So how far back. You want to tell me about how that kind of relationship with the land is part of your family. Oh absolutely so. We're very lucky because not not every person of color especially not every black person in the united states is lucky enough to be able to trace a lot of their familial history back on my mom's side of the family with her father they'd been they've been in the united states since the sixteen hundreds they were farmers in new england after the revolutionary war. And with my mom's mom's side of the family with my my nanna. She was a second generation. Cape verde an immigrant to the cape cod area and with a lot of bigger and immigrant families. A lot of them brought foraging practices with them and i mean my nanna was like working in the cranberry bogs in the nineteen thirties. To help better support her family and bats a whole lot of exposure to plant lice. But you just get to learn about with each passing day while you're out there so tell me more about that. She was picking the cranberries and selling them for a while. Picking the cranberries for a someone else's business which one of many reasons why i think being a forager of colour is very revolutionary as because nine times out of ten historically in even in the present day you're a person of color and are attending the land it is typically for someone else's game and that person tends to be richer and unfortunately often quieter than you and so when you go back far enough has some sort of connection to foraging because none of us would be here wasn't for that action but for the indigenous people who are already here like that. That was food that was eating and then a lot of those indigenous folks in turn taught black people who were enslaved. Those same tips and tricks in about the same kinds of plants because as a black person living on a plantation. You're lucky if you were getting enough to eat to sustain the kind of duress you were putting your body there every day so it was smart to know how to forage. How trap how to fish how to hunt so you could better take care of yourself. Better take care of your family and the rest of your community
Lobster Diver Survives After Nearly Being Eaten by Humpback Whale
"On the high seas, And this one is a whale of a tale. His name's not Jonah. But this Cape Cod Mansour has something in common with the biblical figure now Commercial lobster diver Michael Packard was going about his business off the coast of Provincetown, Massachusetts, when he was swallowed whole by a humpback whale trapped in its gullet for nearly a minute before being coughed back up. Packard 56 was was about 35 ft. Below the surface near Herring Cove Beach at eight A.m. yesterday when the massive mantle mammal tried to tournament to breakfast, quote. All of a sudden I felt this huge shove and the next thing I knew I was it was completely black. I could since I was moving, and I could feel the whale squeezing with the muscles in his mouth. Stunned. His first thought was that he'd been snapped up by a great white shark and was done for Packard set. Yeah, Packard said he thought to himself. This is it. I'm going to die. Uh, quote. I was completely inside. It was completely black. I thought to myself, there's no way I'm getting out of here. I'm done. I'm dead. All I could think of was my boys. They're 12 and 15 years old, but when he realized he could feel no teeth He began struggling and felt the whale shaking his head and discomfort within 40 seconds. The massive mammal spit him back out into the ocean. I saw light and he started throwing his head side to side and the next thing I knew I was outside back in the water. My first thought was. I can't believe I got the situation and my second was how injured I might have been his boating, Powell salt water spraying As a sea creature surfaced and salt Packard ejected, He plucked him out of the sea and rushing to the hospital, where he was treated for soft tissue damage to his
Cape Cod Diver Survives Being Trapped in Humpback Whale's Mouth
"cape cod" Discussed on The Thought Card
"All right. So this is our scorecard. This is our card of what we got to drink. You may not be able to see so we're going to share with you. What we had to drink so for me. I had shack pills ner followed by the martha's vineyard ill followed by the irish red and then lastly the belgian quad so because it was our first time coming to bad. Martha's we wanted to kind of get a real good spread and taste of the land. So we figured you know what. Why not go with a flights so that is a flight of four beers and then we're able to kind of pinpoint what we really like. And i really do love the irish ale. So that's what. I'm drinking now as my like majoring. So what are you drinking. So i had for my flight. I had the five o. E. the mischievous mermaid. I've had the snake charmer. I was trying to look for the former name by. Can't find it and sorry The snake charmer and i also had the belgian quad. and what. I'm drinking right now. Is the mermaid all right so what you have to know is that we had a fantastic waiter or waitress and hostess. Her name is tammy tammy hopefully you could hear this podcast and you feel good because we had a great time but tammy was kind of telling us letting us know that there are two different beers that are a little bit like similar in taste so i personally felt that they were super different by would love to hear your take on it bay. What was your thoughts on those two beers. I don't know if it's because i taste them back to back. But they felt like they were the almost the same they were really similar really somewhat One did taste like more orange than the other. But i feel like if you taste them back to back. You'd have a hard time really distinguishing. You're telling me the location of you're telling us as it is all right. Let's relax. I'm just talking about taste here. I'll talk about the location. No but overall in all seriousness overall they. They tasted relatively the same. They were both very very nice. I i like the mermaid more though which is why he ordered that mermaid to drink fully. Like i mentioned before. I'm really a big fan of the irish red. And we're here in april. So that is right off of saint patrick's day so it's a of course keeping in theme patrick's day. That was the the bachelor. was there. so we're going to actually be back here on tuesday and hopefully we'll be able to chat with the brew masters and or tammy so she could kinda tell us more about like the beers as she likes her experience here so i'm really excited about that. So overall thoughts. Like if you're if you're in cape cod you have to come to this place. It's amazing it's the people are so nice tammy's awesome and i wanted to piggyback off and say that literally like i think the pandemic has taught me that the people really make a place special rate like it's really the warmth of the people how they make you feel and the conversations you have with them is memorable that you're going to remember long after you kind of like say by right and i think you're saying that to I was basically saying so. My my rule of thumb. My new rule of thumb. Is that if i go to a place and makes me feel like i wanna move there because of the people. It's a good place. It's a really good place. Like when i went to vermont. I was immediately. They go okay. How much has cost like we need to move to vermont and it was mainly only because the people were very kind very warm very nice and it's the same with this place this place alone you know. This is the first place we've been to in cape cod and it makes me feel like i wanna move here. Because it's just everybody's nice welcoming and i think. Hospitality is very very underrated of quality when it comes to businesses and just cities in general people being nice near him and i know michelle. Hey michelle. she may have hopped off. But she's visiting martha's vineyard so that is cool. I had the chance visit. Martha's vineyard a while back a couple of years ago so that will be definitely next on our list so overall highly recommend to visit bad. Martha's here in foul meth during cape. If you're in cape cod also if you're edgar town in martha's vineyard definitely go visit their brew there. There will be a blog post coming out very soon all about our experience here over the last two days so cannot wait to share. I absolutely agree. Come over here and visit. They practice social distancing. Make you feel safe. make you feel comfortable. The drinks are good. The food is good definitely worth even mentioned the pizza. I wanted to share it. Wou- pizza pizza. The pieces delicious. The pieces delicious every highs like a mom pops field yes and the crust. I'm a big cross person. It's so tasty. So i looked at it like we had seventeen inch pie and i was like. Oh i'm only going to have one slice. And then you know four slices in later so it was definitely delicious. Super excited cheers. Cheers cheers cheers cheers. And we'll see guys next adventure while we're visiting the cape so i'll see you guys soon. Bye bye that's great. That's great all right. Podcast podcast we. Did you say that. I don't know. I don't think we had any anything extra to say. The just the podcasts. And not the live on yeah. I can't recommend this place enough to be honest with you. I haven't really had a bad experience in terms of traveling just yet. Everything's been pretty positive. That might be just because due to the person picking the locations. The wife is a very good at picking locations. But this this is very nice. Very welcoming very warm. I don't know. I just like positive vibes and i think in this time that we're in positive vibes is an important thing you want to go to a spot knowing that you're not going to be uncomfortable. You're not gonna feel unsafe. You're going to have a good time and you're gonna feel like a remnants of the old times when you didn't have to worry about too much when you could just relax on a friday night you could get off work. Get off your ninety five. Come here have a drink. Enjoy yourself in eastern food. you know. i think that's something Should be cherished in this day and age and exciting to get back to it exactly and i love supporting local businesses. So that is very important. When you're traveling you know not only sustainable travel but also thinking about how you can support. Local businesses support the local economy. So thrilled that we were able to come by and just check out bad. Martha's again will try to be back here on tuesday to hopefully talk to tammy our hostess as well as some brew masters. If you could understand how positive tammy was tammy we love you. She's the most positive human being. I've ever met my entire life. One of them definitely super nice. Yeah hopefully hopefully we get more information on how they brew it and it's going to be very fun and interesting to see like you know the process and the behind the scenes behind the scenes are guys. That's it. We'll chat with uc by. I hope you enjoy this. But don't forget there's way more where that came from when you become a supporter of the show you'll get bonus episodes additional tips on affording travel real time as well as strategies for building well and creating multiple income strings head over to car dot com for slash. Join to support. Also be sure to follow me on instagram. I'm at the danie l. this year. Slide in my dm's and share with me your thoughts about this episode. What did you enjoy what stood out to you. Let me know. I'd absolutely love to connect with.
Ransomware Attack Hits Ferry to Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard
"Attack has hit the primary ferry service that runs from Cape Cod to the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Website and reservation system are down as Jeanette Barnes of member Station C. AI reports. It's unclear how long the service will take to recover. The steamship Authority says the attacks started early Wednesday. Fairies are running, but passengers who are often traveling from afar have to buy tickets in person. Annamarie Gavin of Burlington, Vermont, says she noticed something was wrong when she tried to confirm her departure time. So is on. I will the log in as of seven a.m. this morning. And I wish I could have checked my very time because I ended up being a little late. A Steamship Authority official declined to say whether the attacker has demanded money. The authorities said on Twitter that vehicle reservations will be honored. That's likely to be a source of worry for customers who have to book months in advance.
"cape cod" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It simple on the grill State 47 Sunshine 64 Here in Boston is Friday morning in person. Learning is about to come back in the fall semester at Cape Cod Community College. BBC's Tim Dunn tells us it's now up to students to decide whether or not they're all in there is in person learning hybrid and remote learning. But what about Hi Flex Learning? Communications Director Patrick Stone says foresees is now offering the high flex option, which will allow students to choose for themselves whether or not they took a class in person or remotely hectic personal life. They have scheduled kids and families still online, it will no classes. Really. It's actually been a benefit on campus. Stone says The college plans to it here to safety protocols that include continued temperature checks. On entry, social distancing in the classrooms and masks. But as far as how those plans will be affected by the CDC is roll back on indoor mass requirements for fully vaccinated people. Temperature checks will be there will be taking a look. The mask mandates and what the guidance is. At that point, these things change in a day to day basis. Tim done WBZ Boston's news radio. Love it or hate it. The work from home lifestyle is about to come to an end. Mostly. And if you are going to continue working in some fashion at home, but you can't seem to get comfortable there. Well, maybe you are working in the wrong type of home. How about a lighthouse? Could we interest you in that? Perhaps the federal government is putting some lighthouse is up for grabs right now. Officials say the Coast Guard no longer needs four of the nations. Most picture ask of the lighthouse is federal state. Local agencies, along with some nonprofits can take them over for free. They include the Beaver Tail Light and Jamestown, Rhode Island of the watch. He'll light and westerly Rhode Island, which is not far from Taylor..
Offshore Wind Project Off Martha’s Vineyard Nears Approval
"Setting up with the Biden administration hopes will be a model for a sharp increase in offshore wind energy development along the East Coast. The vineyard. Wind projects south of Martha's Vineyard near Cape Cod would create 800 megawatts of electricity enough to power 400,000 homes in New England. That's your money. Now we check your money, a 2050 past each other
"cape cod" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Outside of your house. See what I did there, Abby on from Abby. Windows and exteriors. How are you happy? I'm hanging in. OK, so you guys do? I mean, you talked a lot about a doors and windows in that last break, But you guys do kind of everything on the outside the house, right? We do So if you have if you go outside right now, icicles ice dams. All that stuff is pretty prevalent with the way that the weather has been, And so that's the kind of sunset that we look for when we're putting a new refund because we want to make sure that you were selling you a full system, not just Putting singles on so we're making sure that you have proper intake ventilation. Make sure your attic has enough adequate insulation and making sure you have a proper out take ventilation. So there's there's a whole lot that goes into that system where it's not just putting shingles on. Which is why we don't do any type of rear up so we don't go over. Your existing shingles. You want to tear it all off. We want to take a look see what's going on. So that you don't have those problems down the line? Because a lot of times you need a new Ruff. We're trying to solve the problem that created that, unless it's obviously age and the shingles are in the 20 to 30 year old range, and I agree completely exactly completely with what you just said. Abby and I have talked about this before. But ventilation if your roofing contractor is not talking to you about your attic, and you're the ventilation in your attic, and you know, and other things you need a new roofing contractor because it's not just shingles. You know, on your roof? Yeah, So a lot of times you put a brand new roof on and then in the middle of winter like this? Well, you know, you'll get a call that says I had a rough put on a few years ago. Brand new roof 23 years ago, and now you have a leak coming in and It's actually not the shingle. It's condensation that's coming. You know the heat rising from your your heating your house and it's rising up because you don't have adequate insulation, and it's actually it's dripping back down because it has no where to go or the nail heads are freezing. Inside the attic because you don't have that proper permeability on the roof. So the underlayment that we use is is named by J. F. It's called Deck armor. So it's the only actual breathe herbal reflect protection because A lot of these new synthetic underlayment that they want you to install with the dimensional shingles. Don't allow the wood to breathe. And so it's like taking a plastic bag and putting it on your hand and waiting a couple minutes to see what happens. Well, you're gonna start perspire underneath there and you're in a sweat. And so that's kind of what your group is doing to your house is doing so You know, it's it's all. It's all porous. That all wants to breathe at all, wants to be able to prevent a late out. So that's that's all that kind of stuff that we look for. And you can't offer all the warranties that the manufacturer offers. If you don't care that the shingles off and get down to the roof deck and put that that underlayment on that they recommended all the flash ing's and everything else that goes along with it again. It's not just shingles there is is you just said Abby. That's the whole system. It's attic, Ventilation insulation air leak ceiling That all goes into it, and Dayton was asking me of before the show started about Stamps that he's seeing on houses that he's looking at and things and it's like it's all heat lost ventilation. So it's a whole system and some of these Cape Cod's and bungalows those air those air. You know those air more difficult because they have areas in the second floor that are tough to get to to get him insulated and ventilated properly. Definitely It's funny, because I I literally was just about to say that I have a Cape Cod home and the Northeast corner of my house where the where the dormer doesn't exist in a just go straight up this little crawl space. It's I have a huge ice dam. Thankfully, I have we put ice and water shield 6 ft up from the gutter line, but the only real way to prevent it is because it's like a cathedral type feeling there. Is that you have to make sure you put you know you can put like a two inch foam board down underneath that sheeting that when when you're doing the cathedral ceiling, because there's no attic space there, and you can also spray some foam insulation there to prevent the heat from from rising into that area. There's also something called Edge event or smart meant that you could actually create a NIN take that when you don't have soffit, and that intake vent can actually help ventilate that area. If there is any type of crawlspace anything to keep it Keep it properly ventilated. Yeah, we When we come out, we can actually do a full inspection and come up with a full assessment and a game plan for for each individual house because every house is different. Well, actually get up in your attic will make sure that if you have any kitchen vents or bathroom, Vance, anything venting up through your attic will make sure those are connected..
"cape cod" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Things worse. Are no vaccines being provided in the states of New Jersey in New Hampshire today, they just can't get people to them because of all the snow in upstate New York vaccines will be given out on a delayed schedule today. But across New York City. All the vaccine sites are closed another northeastern states, including Maine, Vermont, Connecticut, Maryland and parts of Pennsylvania. They do plan on doling out the shots as usual today. Carrie Preston, ABC NEWS, Essex County, New Jersey Let's check the roads right now. See how the mid day commute is doing 10 03 these super retailers of New England all will drive traffic on the threes and we say good morning to Kevin Brennan, man. Good morning there, Lori. Yeah, we start off south of town. You know, we've had our slushy conditions out there just about wherever you go. I think most of these major highways they're getting much better as the morning progresses here. Crews have been out there doing their job and print doing pretty good job. For the most part. You're down a bear. Pavement on the major highway. Secondary roadways could be quite slushy and quite challenging. So you're gonna want to give yourself lots of extra time. If you are heading out, need to be somewhere and keep those speeds down, especially on the roadways and noticing in the far left and right travel lanes. You getting some puddling situations may want to just stay in the center lane. If you can now south of town, 24 South bound, Watch out for broken down truck partially in the right lane here just before route 104 that Bridgewater stretch over and Fox burrow 95 south bound reports of a spin out. To the left here after Route 1 40 over in Newton route 90 eastbound Watch out for crash here before Langley Road looking pretty good on the expressway. No reported troubles. Downtown store release. Pound Gotta crash to the right just after the Copley Tunnel and the Sumner Tunnel. Large pothole inside caused a couple disabled vehicles. So expect some slowdowns getting by that. Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes. All right, checking the weather conditions from the National Weather Service right now on Cape Cod. Hi, Innocents 41 degrees, So it's raining there right now. Showers on the Cape Lawrence cloudy. The snow has stopped their Marshfield You're seeing Rayna's well, you're in the forties fog on the islands right now. I'm seeing a little bit of snow flurries here. In Boston, a stray flurry or two But again, this storm is really winding down. The problem tonight is is going to get cold. Obviously right below 30. We're looking at maybe 28 degrees so we could see some real icing with that water on the roadways Tomorrow. Blustering cold. Just a few flurries high 35 Thursday mostly sunny, high 38 Friday cloudy rain and snow possible for the afternoon highs around 40 that's going to keep it in the rain zone. And looking ahead. Snow is possible. Sunday night into Monday. Yes, murmurings of another storm. Hopefully, this is not like the February of 2015. But the ground hog has spoken today now. When I turned to see There's a perfect shadow cast of MI six more weeks of winter. There will be so says punks, a tawny Phil casting a shadow with a forecast for it elongated winter we'll see. Now the storm that dumped snow all across the Northeast has also turned deadly. There was an apparent murder suicide over snow removal in the state of Pennsylvania, a no older woman with Alzheimer's wandered from her home and died of hypothermia. Chicago got about nine inches of snow. New York City got hammered more than 15 inches, jersey got 30 inches of snow. We're also learning just how deadly the pandemic was in Massachusetts in 2020. Mortality rates in Massachusetts over the past decade have been in the 50 Thousands. Preliminary data just out from the state.
"cape cod" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The three. Alright, Kevin, if you are in the funeral procession on the South Shore in Marshfield, right now, you will encounter snow and the winds are some of the strongest I'm seen stayed wide right now out of the east northeast at 22 Miles an hour, so that could be impacting visibility. Certainly in that area of the South shore. Interestingly, you have snow all the way to Plymouth and then you get to the cape with Snow first started earlier, and now we're seeing the snow rain mix, even rain reported in high anise right now it's about four degrees above freezing in high end is 36 37 degrees, But there is that interesting line of snow and rain on Cape Cod are winter storm warning last through five o'clock tomorrow morning, or high wind warning on the Cape and islands until two o'clock overnight. Now accumulations for the Cape, the South coast in the islands. 3 to 6 inches there will eventually be changed over to all rain and then some freezing later on tonight six inches to a foot of snow forecast for Boston and inland suburbs. The bulk of the snow is going to be north and west of route for 95. We're talking a foot or more. On again Wednesday. We could see even some more snow couple of inches of fresh snow. The White House is defending President Biden's covert relief proposal today, saying Mr Biden's meeting with Republican senators, including Maine Senator Susan Collins later today is not a forum for accepting.
"cape cod" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Speed limit or less if you can. A lot of these roadways and on and off ramps could be quite challenging for you today. Kevin Brennan WBC's traffic on the threes and we can blame the weather. And, of course, maybe some bad drivers. Right now We're looking at snow falling all call across the coastline north and South shore. It is going a little bit into central Massachusetts. I'm looking at the Doppler and way out in Pittsfield. That area seeing some snow. I think we're looking at maybe another inch of snow on Cape Cod, according to Dean DeVore, so the snow was not stopped going to continue. And then really, The weather story for the next few days will be this incredibly cold weather daytime highs around 15 to 20 degrees, and that's for Boston to not just those outer areas of the Commonwealth. It's going to be clear starlit. Tonight you'll see that waning full moon. Tomorrow again. We're looking at an additional 1 to 3 inches of snow. Believe it or not, especially from Boston, south and east of Cape Cod Saturday, looking sunny and dry along with Sunday, But again that incredibly cold weather record cold. So the big weather headline other than the cold and this nuisance snow is this potential for a big storm. Moving in Monday into Tuesday. This has the potential to bring a lot of snow still a little far out, but Dean divorce tracking it and we have traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is now involved in the search for a teenage girl who went missing from Belmont over a week ago. Now, Belmont police and the FBI are searching for 15 year old.
"cape cod" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"If you want to check it out Uh, you know again, I For all of our listeners that w x TK on the cape If you get to Cape Cod Times, I'm wondering if you're gonna read this in the Cape Cod times tomorrow. I'm gonna guess. No. I'm gonna make an absolute ironclad guarantee. Prediction. You won't read it in The Boston Globe. But you can read it at how weak our show dot com That's right there, So check it out. 844 500. You could read the press releases as well. 844 542 42. We've got a lot of lot of stuff to get to here today. And one thing I wanted to mention here is the, uh, is the Keystone XL pipeline. I mean, this is this is something that has been done. I mean, opening the borders. It hasn't. It hasn't actually happened yet. It's gonna It's gonna be extremely destructive of American society. Just like the open borders under Obama. Were they gonna It's gonna cost the lives of untold numbers of Americans. It's going to cost this untold billions of dollars. Importing all these indigent welfare recipients illegal aliens into the country who Are going to demand every service that you and I have to pay for. You know there's going to be terrorist attacks from the lifting of the Muslim ban. I mean, I don't think there's too much question about that. Is there I don't understand that the beautiful people think they're going to get a pass if they happen to be in an airport or at the Boston Marathon, When some of these people these asylum, ease and refugees and tourists come in and decide to blow up And American event that American Tradition. They're gonna be spared because they're woke. I don't think so. But the The Keystone XL pipeline is it's going toe affect people immediately. They were already been layoffs here. And what I find really ironic we get.
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"On Cape Cod. We have the born and Sakamoto bridges. Their life expectancy has come to a conclusion and we're going to need help in that. Repairing them, but replacing them in the future. So I would love to invite you, Mr Secretary to come up to Cape Cod so we can give you a tour of the bond and Sagara more bridges and may be helped to create a plan for us to be able to replace them before their usefulness has been completely exhausted. Look forward to that visit would welcome the opportunity course the sag more bridge built between 1933 1935 by the U. N s U. S Army Corps of Engineers, and they repainted every year They've been trying to do upkeep and up. Keep year after year. That's why we've seen those traffic patterns get so intense on the bridges when they narrow it down Justice Just a single lane, but again looks like they are pushing this forward in Washington to try to replace the Cape Cod Bridges. Ah, judge rules on Cape Cod on a move to move the trial of a man accused of killing a local police officer Thomas Santana, which the alleged murderer of your meth police Sergeant Sean Gannon, in April of 2018 will be tried here on Cape Cod, a bunch of all superior The judge has ruled. Cape Cod Times reports Latina, which is attorney argued that his client could not get a fair trial here because of pretrial publicity. But Judge Kathy Tutman ruled that since the reports have been in her words, primarily factual, the publicity's was not detrimental enough to warrant a change in venue at trial, now scheduled to begin in August, Cannon was killed while trying to serve an arrest warrant in Marston's mills. In the Cape Cod bureau Rob Water, WBZ Boston's news radio. Unemployment numbers continue to go in the wrong direction. The U. S Labor Department reporting another 900,000 people apply for jobless benefits for the first time last week there now close to 16 million Americans on government assistance. ABC is Deirdre Bolton says investors are hopeful the Biden administration will address coronavirus more aggressively than the last administration. There are some who see a silver lining in that and they say once the vaccine rollout is done, Once it is at least a little bit more widespread than you will have sectors be able to hire more workers. And I'm thinking about hospitality restoration tourism, So really, a lot is just hinging. On this vaccine rollout and here in Massachusetts, a slight dip and jobless numbers a little bit of progress more than 25,000. People. Still, though, had to file for unemployment for the first time just last week, But that's down by about 6500 from the week before. Teachers across Massachusetts are set to get their Corona virus vaccines during phase two of the state's rollout plan. But in Boston, the union says that is not quickly enough for educators who are already doing in person teaching. Double BBC's Kim Tonic left With more on this. We're hopeful that will happen actually within the next week or two. Jessica Tang, head of the Boston Teachers Union, says they're working with the city to push up teachers who for return to the classroom from face to two phase, one of the vaccination process tank says in person. Educators are working for hours at a time with students who cannot socially distance for can't wear a mask in buildings that are often times not ventilated or don't have suitable H vac systems. They think the previous sense was Children weren't Super spiders or contributing to community transmission. But now there is increasing evidence. Children, in fact, are so that obviously creates a lot of questions and concerns also underscores the importance of vaccinations for educators, especially for trying to get as many students back into schools as quickly as possible, which we are given Tom a close WBZ Boston's news radio. Beacon Hill, a Webster Republican, is re filing a bill that would allow Massachusetts residents to apply for a gun license without getting finger. Print it on the first bill proposed by state. Rep. Joe McKenna died when the legislative session ended right at the beginning of January. The second bill identical to the first one. The idea is to waive the fingerprint requirement if determined to be unsafe to do so during the Corona virus pandemic. 11 51 is not safe on every roadway in.
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"To Fort Drum, where they think the 10th Mountain division and their families for their service. CBS is Amanda Hall has more details from Fort Drum, New York, dropped about 150 soldiers here, many of whom just returned home from Afghanistan. The vice president, second lady were introduced by Trump loyalist Congresswoman Elise Stefanik, who think Pence for keeping his promise to come back to the 10th Mountain division. For the end of his term vice president proclaims the success of the Trump administration in restoring a military budget and providing the largest pay raise in about a decade. Be well. Karen Pence, becoming emotional as she told the troops as she was honored to be there Sunday afternoon for their last trip as vice president and second lady of the United States. It's 10 49 more arrests of alleged U S Capitol writers. Let's get more from a B C's Elizabeth Chelsea, investigators say Coy Griffin, a county commissioner and founder of the group Cowboys, for Trump, Climbed to the Capitol Buildings wall. And at a meeting with other county officials. Last Thursday, Griffin said he was planning to return to Washington for Inauguration Day armed Don't believe either Tonight or tomorrow. I've got a 3 57 Henry. Uh, big boy rifle. I've got a 3 57 single action revolver that I'll have underneath the front seat on my right side and I will embrace my Second Amendment. The FBI arrested Griffin yesterday in Washington. Again, that was a B C's Elizabeth's Chelsea reporting. People from coast to coast are feeling the effects of this week's presidential inauguration, including inmates in the federal prison system. ABC is Jim Ryan reports the cell doors have been locked. The head of the union representing guard says events going on beyond prison walls could affect what happens on the inside. It's not the first time the 120 federal prison facilities have gone on lockdown in the past year. Ah springtime lockdown was intended to prevent the spread of coronavirus. It had limited success again. ABC is Jim Ryan there, ask and you shall receive mass vaccination sides are coming to the South Shore, South Coast and Cape Cod. This after a master chooses mayor called out, state officials. For leaving the region as a vaccination desert. Let's find out more from W busies Tim done after New Bedford Mayor John Mitchell voices frustrations online over none of the states mass vaccination sites.
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"Z's naturally superior sleep. Kevin Brennan WBC's traffic on the threes. Alright, dying to get outside looks so nice out that son in and out of the clouds, But we've got sunshine in the forties. This mid No mid January. It feels like November, though, when you look at 50 degrees by the end of the week that is in the forecast from deemed of war. Here's more going through the afternoon skies. Some balance mostly sunny and temperatures, not as cold as they've been a time. Games last few weeks. We'll see temperatures get up to about 40 inland mid upper forties near the coast and then back down the twenties and thirties. Tonight, his clouds increase clouds and maybe a Sprinkle or shower in the morning, south and west of the city, then some sunny peaks in the afternoon low forties. Mid upper forties with thickening clouds on Friday and then windy and rainy for late Friday night into Saturday's temperatures will stay in the forties and then start to fall back colder dry Sunday with a high closer to 40 degrees. Thank you with meteorologist Eat aboard WBZ Boston's news radio. Beverly, You're in the forties. Now. Cloudy skies, though 43 on Cape Cod and High Ennis, where it is cloudy and Boston College, Sonny Right now we have some cloud cover. It is 47 at Logan Airport, Little bit of a light breeze from the south southwest in Boston on long the harbor at around four miles an hour, but again beautiful weather for this time of year. Bloomberg Business News with a voice you will know Kim Care again. A new massing poll shows Massachusetts voters support of 4% income surtax on household income above a billion.