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Wheeler, Hoskins, Realmuto lift Phillies over Cardinals 4-0

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00:31 sec | 12 hrs ago

Wheeler, Hoskins, Realmuto lift Phillies over Cardinals 4-0

"Zack Wheeler picked up his 7th win in the Phillies Homer twice in a four zero shutout of the Cardinals Wheeler scattered four hits over 7 innings and didn't allow more than one base runner in any inning It was the third time he's been part of a combined shutout this season Nick Nelson and Corey can able completed the whitewash Rhys Hoskins and JT real Muto provided the long balls Hoskins is hitting three 41 with 9 Homer 17 RBIs in 18 runs scored in his last 25 games Adam Wainwright was reached for four runs on 8 hits over 5 and two thirds I'm Dave

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 10:33 p.m. EDT

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01:59 min | 1 d ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 10:33 p.m. EDT

"AP sports on time area The Yankee served the July portion of their scheduled by continuing their dominance sweeping a double header from the guardians in Cleveland 13 to four in the first game as Matt Carpenter Homer twice and 6 to one in the nightcap as Anthony Rizzo and Giancarlo Stanton hit back to back homers all to the delight of manager Aaron Boone It's not easy The highest league in the land it's hard to win Any game it's definitely hard to win two in a day The Yankees weren't the only ALE steam to win two games Here's AP's Dave ferry The rays took a double header from the Blue Jays winning 6 two and 11 5 Francisco mejia Homer twice in the nightcap and Isaac parades had three hits and 5 RBIs on the afternoon Parade is smacked a three run shot in game two All 9 race starters had at least one hit in game one and Tampa Bay finished with 13 hits in the opener and 14 in game two Single game wins for the Mariners twins tigers White Sox and Astros who have won 5 straight and 7 of 8 The mets lost for the fourth time in 5 games 7 to three to the Texas Rangers Martin Perez raised his record to 7 and two as Cole Calhoun supported him with two homers and four RBIs So good want to small game you know And gave martini a little bit of breathing room and go out there and do a saying like he has all year The Cardinals meet the Philly 7 to 6 is Oliver marvel's team hit four consecutive homers in the first inning That was fun to sit there and watch that Guys took some good swings They were on the attack Other ran out winners braves cubs rocky small in pirates and Dodgers who knocked off the Padres 72 Third round action at Wimbledon including an upset of the top seeded woman Ikea tech and the fourth seed demands the final seats Rafael Nadal kept rolling with a straight sets victory Without a doubt since the tournament starts making improvement today So are you happy with that for that Zion Williamson is reportedly the latest NBA star to cash in The pelican star forward is expected to sign a 5 year extension worth of $193 million Tom AP

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Arenado, Cards hit 4 straight HRs in 1st; late HR tops Phils

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00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Arenado, Cards hit 4 straight HRs in 1st; late HR tops Phils

"The Cardinals became the first team in major league history to hit four consecutive home runs in the first inning but they needed no one or an auto second blast of the day to beat the Philly 7 6 With two out in the first aeronaut Nolan Gorman Juan yipes and Dylan Carlson Homer of Kyle Gibson Lars not bar just missed leaving the yard one batter later The power surge gave the red birds a 5 nothing lead But the Phillies tied the game by the third inning Yairo munoz slapped a two run double and Matt verling had two RBIs for the fills The cardinals are back within one game of the NL central leading brewers I'm Dave

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 7:24 p.m. EDT

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00:59 sec | 2 d ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 7:24 p.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm Dave ferry A person with knowledge of the deal says set of Rudy Gobert has been dealt by the jazz to the Timberwolves for four first round draft picks between 2023 and 2029 along with Patrick Beverly Malik Beasley and the rights to 2022 first rounder walker Kessler Two American men advanced to the fourth round of Wimbledon on Friday while two were ousted Francis TFO and Tommy Paul advanced Yannick center beat John Isner and Steve Johnson was beaten by Cameron nori Top seed Novak Djokovic lost just 7 games in his straight sets victory Metz pitcher Max Scherzer is now scheduled to make his return Tuesday against the reds More than a month after straining his left oblique The three time Cy Young award winner hasn't pitched since May 18th against the Cardinals Jim Montgomery is the new head coach of the bruins the 53 year old Montgomery spent the past two seasons as an assistant with the blues The sharks have fired bob bugner and his staff two months after the season ended the decision comes as San Jose remains in the market for a new general manager I'm Dave ferry AP sports

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Tellez hits 5th HR in 5 games as Burnes, Brews rout Pirates

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00:31 sec | 2 d ago

Tellez hits 5th HR in 5 games as Burnes, Brews rout Pirates

"Rowdy teles Willie Thomas and Corbin burns led the brewers 19 to assault on the pirates Teles homered for the 5th time in as many games and drove in 5 runs helping Milwaukee improve to 7 and one versus Pittsburgh this season Adama added to the blowout with a Grand Slam as the brew crew moved two games ahead of the cardinals in the NL central Burns took a no hitter into the 6th inning of the brewers 5th win in 6 games He allowed just the one hit over 6 frames yielding a one out double in the 6th The brewers had 5 doubles among their 16 hits I'm Dave

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Hall, Hoskins homer, lead Phillies past Arenado, Cardinals

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00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Hall, Hoskins homer, lead Phillies past Arenado, Cardinals

"Down three nothing the police scored 5 unanswered runs for a 5 three win over the Cardinals philosophy tied to game was escort three runs in the bottom of the 5th one of those runs courtesy of the Mickey moniac double They took the lead for good and the bottom of the 6th on a solo home run by Derek hall his third since his call up on June 29th That's why you're here to be able to pass the baton and give the team some momentum And especially when a game is like that's everything No one are building all three St. Louis runs as he hit with a cycle for the second time in his career Michael luongo

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Mets' Max Scherzer to return from IL Tuesday vs. Reds

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00:30 sec | 2 d ago

Mets' Max Scherzer to return from IL Tuesday vs. Reds

"Mets pitcher Max Scherzer is now scheduled to make his return Tuesday against the reds More than a month after straining his left oblique The three time Cy Young award winner hasn't pitched since May 18th against the Cardinals Scherzer is off to a good start in his first season with the mets going 5 and one with a 2.54 ERA and 59 strikeouts and 49 and two thirds innings Scherzer made a pair of rehab starts for double-A Binghamton allowing four earned runs over 8 innings The 37 year old is in the first season of a three year $130 million contract I'm Dave

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García's homer in 9th lifts Marlins past Cardinals 4-3

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00:32 sec | 4 d ago

García's homer in 9th lifts Marlins past Cardinals 4-3

"Ever say you'll Garcia and sandy Alcantara led the Marlins to a four three win over the Cardinals The red birds were one out from victory until Garcia belted a two run blast off Ryan helsley Right now and I thank God that I focus on the fast one Our contra is 8 and three after tossing a 7 hitter Working around two runners in the 9th Dylan Carlson drove in two runs for St. Louis which is a game and a half behind the first place brewers in the NL central It was the cardinal's first laws to the Marlins in St. Louis since June 20th 2019 I'm Dave ferry

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Tellez hits 2 HRs against former team, Brewers top Jays 10-3

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00:30 sec | Last week

Tellez hits 2 HRs against former team, Brewers top Jays 10-3

"Rowdy teles victimized his former team by banging out a pair of two run homers in the brewers ten three route of the Blue Jays The first Homer came in the opening inning After Alejandro Kirk ripped a three run shot in the top half teles added a second inning blast that made it 8 to three Both homers came off losing pitcher Jose barrios Milwaukee took two of three in its first series with the Blue Jays since 2017 The victory coupled with the Cardinals lost to the cubs puts the brewers that top the NL central by one game over St. Louis I'm Dave

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Cubs overcome 5-run deficit to beat Cards 6-5, Flaherty hurt

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00:39 sec | Last week

Cubs overcome 5-run deficit to beat Cards 6-5, Flaherty hurt

"Wilson Contreras third run batted into the game gives the cubs a 6 to 5 win over the Cardinals in tinnitus at Bush stadium Chicago trail 5 nothing after three innings before Contreras efforts would lead the comeback We never gave up We did a great job We as a heater did a good job having good at batching and the good results came The cubs also get a pair of RBIs by Rafael Ortega as they take two of three in the series 5 Chicago relief pitchers combined toss 7 and a third shutout innings The red birds get home runs from Britain and Donovan Paul Goldschmidt and one card starting pitcher Jack flaherty left the game after two innings with right shoulder tightness the right hander was making his third start of the season after coming off the injured list Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Herrera's 8th inning sac fly helps Cardinals beat Cubs 5-3

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00:36 sec | Last week

Herrera's 8th inning sac fly helps Cardinals beat Cubs 5-3

"The cardinal scored two times in the 8th they need to step a three three tie and they down the cubs 5 to three at Busch stadium The teams have split the first two games of a three game series a Bon Herrera's first major league RBI comes on a sacrifice fly and gives St. Louis the lead That's one thing that I won't forget and my first RBI is help the team win and I think I can forget Britain Darwin contributes two runs batted in for the red birds Chicago center Fielder Raphael Ortega's two run home run had tied the game in the top of the 8th Ryan helsley pitches one and two third innings of shutout relief to pick up the win I'm Mike Reeves

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Hendricks carries shutout into 8th, Cubs blank Cardinals 3-0

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00:38 sec | Last week

Hendricks carries shutout into 8th, Cubs blank Cardinals 3-0

"Carl Hendricks tosses 7 and a third innings to lead the cups past the Cardinals three to nothing Hendrix gives up 5 hits and strikes out 6 to win for the first time since May 9th He now has a record of three of the 6 this season at his 13 and three lifetime against St. Louis I'll just keep it going just try and make a good pitch you know Like I said I still gotta just keep rolling with it and use what I usually did today and build on it but yeah I don't know Just gotta keep getting lucky against them Nico Horner hits a two run home run and Ian happ adds a run scoring double for Chicago Andre palante takes the loss to fall to two and three The win for the cubs is their fourth and 18 games the redbirds have dropped 6 of 9 Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Taylor, Adames homer, lead Brewers past Cards 6-4 for split

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00:42 sec | Last week

Taylor, Adames homer, lead Brewers past Cards 6-4 for split

"The brewers were floundering to start the game Then they got a huge lift from center field of Tyrone Taylor whose three run home run in the fourth inning put the brewers on top and on their way to a 6 four win over the Cardinals The cardinals had led two to one before Taylor took cardinals started Dakota Hudson for the go ahead blast brewers manager Craig counsel says Taylor's home run turned the game around We gave up two in the first We leave the bases low in the third after no outs And we get a runner thrown out at the plate And Tyrone doing something big there just we stuck to it today The brewers and Cardinals split the four game series and they remain in a first place tie in the NL central Chuck Friedman

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Caratini, Renfroe HR, Brewers sweep Reds for 4th win in row

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00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Caratini, Renfroe HR, Brewers sweep Reds for 4th win in row

"Victor caratini and hunter Renfro hit two run Homer is the brewers beat the red 6 to three for three game series sweep Renfro's blast in the 7th was his 13th home run of the season reaching the upper deck and left field The reds tried to respond in the bottom of the 7th loading the bases with two outs but brewers left hander hobie Milner came in to face lefty hitting Joey Votto and struck him out on four pitches with the wind Milwaukee reclaims the share of the NL central lead as the Cardinals lost in Boston Cincinnati remains last in the division I'm Ben Thomas

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Pivetta goes 7 strong with 10 Ks; Red Sox hold off Cards 6-4

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00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pivetta goes 7 strong with 10 Ks; Red Sox hold off Cards 6-4

"Boston starter Nick pavetta had a dominant outing striking out ten over 7 innings as the Red Sox down the Cardinals 6 to four at Fenway Christian Vasquez hit a three run Homer in the 8th that provided the winning margin at the St. Louis rally in the 9th fell short Tanner how saving pavetta win with a final strikeout For the Red Sox it was the 13th victory in 17 games improving the 36 and 31 but that's only good enough for fourth in the AL east The Cardinals have lost three of four but they still share the lead in the NL central with Milwaukee I'm Ben

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Goldschmidt, Carlson homer, Cards send Pirates to 7th loss

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00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Goldschmidt, Carlson homer, Cards send Pirates to 7th loss

"The Saint Louis Cardinals rallied from a 5 zero deficit with 7 unanswered runs to beat the Pittsburgh pirates 7 to 5 Monday night Paul Goldschmidt hit a go ahead solo home run in the 7th inning and Dylan Carlson hit a three run Homer to cap a 5 run 6 spinning Brendan Donovan hit a two run double in that 6th inning and says the team's persistent offense never stays dormant for long I think we're having quality at bats and some balls hard They just weren't falling and just kept grinding and try to get them out of there and then luckily we got to go on off the bolt then But I think that's a testament to us but don't give in We just keep fighting and think that's the identity that identity over offense The cardinal city game ahead of Milwaukee atop the national league central division David Solomon St. Louis

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Update on the latest sports

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02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports on day ferry and the lightning are in the Stanley Cup final for the third straight year after beating the rangers two to one Steven stamkos scored twice including the game winner just 21 seconds after Frank Fernando tied the game for the blue shirts Nikita kucherov says he's proud of his team's finals run It means a lot not many teams have done that before and be one of them and it's huge and we were really happy with the result but we still have more important games ahead Lightning avalanche begins on Wednesday Baseball and the braves won their tenth in a row with an 8 run 7th to beat the pirates ten four Gary McKinley was there After dansby Swanson drove him three runs with a bloop single the braves again loaded the bases and this time Ozzy albie sent one over the right field wall to give Atlanta their biggest inning of the year Albie said winning has been a team effort Pitching in the defense and hitting you gotta just keep going and never give up and you know we keep our focus and our energy height to win games The Giants were three two winners in the return of Los Angeles pitcher Clayton Kershaw Other than losing which is no fun no matter what building block you want but overall you know I feel I feel good about it for the most part and be ready to go for the next one The podracing rock he split a double header Other NL winners were the Phillies cardinals nationals in Marlins The Yankees made it ten wins in 11 games by slamming the cubs 8 zero Aaron judge belted two of the yanks 6 solo homers off Matt swarmer I'm a sucker for a good rally and a nice you know double in the gap with runners and scoring the position but 6 solo shots with one single looks looks pretty nice too Other AL winners were the twins and rangers along with the angels Orioles a's tigers and Mariners Modale won the Belmont stakes ahead of nest and Skippy longstocking Trainer Todd pletcher finished one two and now has four victories in the Belmont Golf and Tony finau and Rory McIlroy are co leaders through three rounds of the Canadian open Female birdied his final hole for a 62 and an 11 under total I'm Dave ferry AP sports

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Is Academia Salvagable? Professor Paul Kengor Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:24 min | 3 weeks ago

Is Academia Salvagable? Professor Paul Kengor Weighs In

"Educational environment salvageable after decades of the critical thinkers, the critical theorists that are really the spawn of neo Marxism after they've wrought what they've brought in our colleges, Paul. The answer is no. They're not salvageable. They're toast. They're completely gone. And, you know, if you're talking about the university in general, academia in general, it's completely gone, which is why you need to pick one of maybe about 20 to 30 genuine safe spaces out there to send your kids to. You know, grow city colleges, one of them, hillsdale is one of them. You know, I could think of a few others. Probably Liberty University, Franciscan university. An annual guidebook. So the intercollegiate studies institute has the annual list of decent colleges, but it's a small number, isn't it? It's a small number and there is also young America's foundation, usually has some recommended ones also. If from a faith perspective, if you're Catholic, consult the national Catholic register cardinal Newman society list of recommended colleges, there's about 20 to 30. So out of the thousands that are out there, there's no more than a couple dozen, maybe three dozen at the most that are safe.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"They didn't have to put on a wig. They just didn't with their voices. So yeah that's that's why we do what we do. You got to interview on my mile time. Heroes garrison keeler grew up listening to Prairie home companion. Our i saw he was in your book too and i actually got to meet him a couple of years ago. He did a One man act that the cabin up in beverly. And i actually got to meet him in just for like a minute and i was just like its garrison keeler. Yeah he was our voice in the midwest. When we were listening to radio we always look forward to his people that would was the powder milk biscuits yes powder milk to get guy war. Robin williams was on his show. But the singers everytime he gets robin williams. Like oh it's going to be comedy and it's robin williams. The thing i'm like okay. Well you're from the mid west. And i think some of our greatest rock on tours johnny carson. Obviously but my favorite person on the planet is gonna be dick cabinet. He's still at this point. Since the renaissance man having interviewed people like groucho. You know it's a dig cabinet. And i had him interviewed him several times. And just a fascinating human being you know. So bright and witty and urbane and goofy. That's why like skew guys in the mid west or goofy. Yes we are. we are very goofy. I can tested at his drove out there and drove back through the midwest. I can tell you a lot of goofy people and if you go to canada your goofey goofy you betcha not as many jokes. I thought we'd have it end with that. One which added joke. I i might have. I can't thank you enough for coming on. It's it's kind of I was intimidated. Interviewing the guys interviewed me for the last ten years in continues to do so. You still gonna give us Airtime on busy on the weekend new england weekend. I'm busy and when we got things coming up making truly appreciate all the time that you give us all the love that you give us some we give it back tenfold for everything you've done for us for the past ten years introducing us to people we never would have met teaching us this medium. How to market ourselves a little bit. Better introducing me to dan. Try has guided us through our little podcast minefield. That we're doing now. Like i said you've been in everybody's homes for the past fifty years but we're so glad you joined our home so we're very happy to have you with us. Which would have made me the greatest cat burglar the history of cry on a kick. Go without saying that. I became my wife's mother's hero because i was friends with jordan ren she was your biggest fan and a close with this. I say to my wife. Roberta i say you know you don't have to worry. I have a lot of rabid fans. But i can still at my age outrun them because most of them are no walker driven and the writers. No actually i love. I love the the seniors They're they're the most loyal audience we wouldn't have any radio audience without. She gets so excited when you fill in for dan rae. She goes jordan's on dan rate. And i thank you very much just friendship in all your professionalism when you're doing our shows and we're just coming on your show we can't thank you enough for being a part of our family and we can't wait to have you back on our stage we're going to be a. I can't reveal the show. We're doing this spring but we'll talk to you about it and you never know. Maybe there's an announcer role. I don't. I don't remember if there's something we might be able to put you in so you can get back on the boards for a little bit. You know dana creates yeah dana. Thank you this was a code. I really love having the tables german with such good friends who was great. Thank you thank you very much ed. Thank you again for another great podcast. Yep you too. We'll be back next week with another guest. I just want people know to go to.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

05:19 min | 11 months ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"I'm not going to suggest that this is foolproof. There were times when as nice as i am in his as conscientious of their situation. They still in a bad mood. But that's okay but for the most part people are people are pretty generous sitting in a room with someone who's been in on interview tour on a junket a movie person in there. You're the fifteenth guy. That's gonna sit there for five minutes and get some sound. You have two choices. You can ask the same old question. You can try a different approach. Try different approach. Sometimes sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't we won't talk about your green room eminem's that yours you know brown and grabbed the only two colors otherwise you throw tantrums. So we'll we'll leave that for next time. That's the other side of jordan. So i know you left the nighttime in doing some of your own podcasting. Which you philip people in where they can hear you now. Sure thank you. I've been loving my sort of renaissance because of my experience in radio. Doing the kind of things we've been talking about the podcast world is opened up like a flower and i'm able to dip my toe into a lot of different ponds so With the gentleman. Who's working with you. And i introduced you to dan. Dan tibo and my business partner. Ken We've been going gangbusters with podcast. My own personal is very simply on mike with jordan ridge's available everywhere and i have done pretty much what i did on the air only..

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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"I had so many more things to do in that day alone. Thank you for joining us for this. First episode jordan which. I hope you'll come back next week. When jordan talks more about his interaction with celebrities his life in radio and much more. Join us for more laughs in this ever great renewed remaining.

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"Was two years old which is awesome lightning. And you're that you're the thunder anyway. touched by cancer. For the first time that was in eighty nine was options lymphoma it was curable. I put quotes around that she had massive doses of radiation and she was declared cancer free after about a year of treatment had slight flare up in two thousand two thousand one and we thought you know it was a thyroid issue. We thought well. That's okay we'll just keep an eye on things and everything was going along smoothly and nicely until the late. Two thousand eleven. I guess when she had a cough that wouldn't go away and of course we had checked out and turned out to be the ultimate cancer. That tooker uneasily leona which is not a good one to have. None of them were damaged. But i wanna get into too many details except to say we took the joining together. My learning curve was expanded. Greatly my appreciation for everything. My understanding of the doctors nurses the mass general's amazing team that absolutely kept her going longer than anyone else might have so kudos to them and they're caring loving people and We lost in two thousand thirteen three months before my daughter's wedding. But here's what i wanted to tell you. It's kind of metaphysically pretty cool. I've got a granddaughter. We've got two granddaughters. I say we. I since remarried lovely gal name. Roberta you guys know. Burn of course for very good reason. When my daughter lindsay was pregnant with her first it was decided before the baby arrived and they knew the gender of the baby that the baby would be named after wendy because in the jewish faith and and you know this jewish faith you name a child after someone's to ceased as a way of honor and carrying on the tradition. Well anyway. my little granddaughter was due on. I think the twentieth of june six years ago and decided to hang out and wait four days that fourth day was important because it was wendy's birthday june twenty-fourth and her name i referred to l. Got your middle name is wendy l. Dumped it up. So i always think there's a sign from her that all's well but she was in valiant fighter and like so many of the people in voices of hope and and people related to those voices of the valiant courage the gripped and the fortitude to just hang in there even when things look bleak was just so inspiring so you guys did a tribute to a bunch of fallen heroes in our member. Being on stage in her picture came up This was in twenty probably twenty thirteen right right after she passed. And i i did the show. I was desperate to do the show. 'cause i needed something to do to to fight back in a way so Yeah she was a remarkable lady as the latium thrilled and looking to be with. Today we went took that journey with you Like we tell our friends who are going through it. Now have friends going through today. You have this whole. Vh village to help you out and we tried to do as much as we can. But it's like you said it's it's It's a. It's a tough journey and you have a learning curve. I live with my mom. I learned within a couple of months out of really. Just take care of her. Because that was back in indiana and they really have. The hospital was thirty thirty miles away. Yes so the last few weeks she was in hospice but it was so we took care of that way. But what what has also fascinating is all the charity events that you've done over the years for not just us but i know you do ton of other events so in your own way. You're keeping her spirit ally by all the work that you do and i'm helping those who you know like we always say we don't know who were helping because the patients so we're just doing out of what we can do and you're doing the same thing and you just keep spirit alive through all that work that you do so we appreciate that from whole cancer community. I'm on. I'm very humble about things like this but i will say when you when you're given a talent you guys and the people in voices of hope have so much dancing singing you know. Creating shows dana directing two hundred people. What i do is is used my big mouth to get people's attention. Get him to sit down. Get him to laugh and then move on. But i'm very happy with that Arrangement you know. Dick clarke made a career out of it. So it's okay with me. But i have the i have the rostrum of fuel. Have the the bully pulpit of radio and radio still a great medium for what we've all done together you know. How many times have we sat around the radio studio midnight. Promoting you guys i. It's gotta be a dozen at least close yard. Two shows a year now for several years. Got to grace. Kelly threw you in. She did a video force in our last virtual Concert she did a nice colladay. She holiday song for us. I got to meet charlie scopoletti. Who's a great guy. Yeah exactly and we became pals window where we see joe as so many people that were part of this experience. part of this experience I put voices of hope at the top of my list. When i list events and things that i've done i always lead with you guys because it's me it's more than just an event for me. It's first of all to chance to screw around and have some fun and perform in my own inimitable way but it really is very meaningful so thank you again for all the you want to tell the story about my engagement Propose to that because in your book we are listed as the serenaders about that night of your book and i was like hey. We made the book the people who serenaded or the at the restaurant. But wasn't there a footnote at the end of the book. That says the serenaders were if not. It'll be in the sequel. You guys were so nice to come to a swanky joint in everett massachusetts called the eight ten bar and grill which is a favorite of mine and roberta's to and was a favourite of wendy's you're secretly dining and probably enjoying yourselves and then when the q. Came for me to get up and go into the bathroom and excuse myself to put on a full length penguin shoe and he's not he's not talking tuxedos people he It's a penguin bird amazon. You can get anything y- and you guys serenaded. All you need is love the by the beatles. Peter nintendo ten nintendo. You don't peter you don't need attention has ten ten dollars It was a great in the end. Everybody applauded bizarre. And i gave her a two dollar trip. Oh penguin ring that. I got out of a cracker. Jack's blocked since then she's upgraded so. But i was blessed and you guys were regraded absolutely. That's the thing about actors you know if you're really good you blend in. Nobody knew she didn't recognize. You shouldn't notice you now. And i'm sure she'd seen one of our shows. She had absolutely. She seemed one of your shows absolutely. She was by air year out of context. You really you really. Don't expect to see those people in a place like that. So so i always easy to blend and you know something people who know me. I mean i'm very small. C conservative person. I mean i don't. I don't drink i don't smoke i don't even corrales. I don't do anything. But i like to have fun and occasionally. I'll you guys ever do this. I'm i'm in an elevator. Well when they used to have crowded elevators. And i'll turn and face the people in the elevator and say okay. You're singing soprano. You guys are singing rover above brady and of course the people think it's get me outta here in the hell out of here but i like doing things like that. 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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"In rhode island. It's a lot to keep straight. And i've been out of luke no for so long. I'm like oh god people i've never been to theatre by the sea so maybe this is year. We'll have to go down and see down there. Yeah it is pure magic your. We need to do a road trip. Place is so beautiful right on the water. The grounds are spectacular. It's absolutely magical. We're going to head down this year. This will be the year. Gotta go down there and help you guys. Open that theater to all my favorite haunts to we'll take lunch. We'll take care thank you again. It's wonderful seeing you know podcast folks. You can't see her. That's too bad that we can see her. She looks lovely. Can't wait to actually get to do that. We've been talking about now. I know once they get back from indiana will will get together. I love you both. And i love voices. Hope i can't wait to have you here. we love you to. We can't wait to see you in person ed. Do you want to end it with our usual asking for golfers short right in july twenty seconds. Eight o'clock shotgun start at the four oaks country club in beautiful drake. Mass is the eleventh annual bob byrd memorial classic golf tournament. We are filling up. We have over seventy golfers with two weeks ago. And it's usually the last two weeks where folks start coming in and registering. So i highly recommend you getting v. Oh golf dot com. Sign yourself up. Sign a team up. It's going to be an awesome day. We have some amazing amazing oxygen silent auction items and raffle items. We have autographed jerseys from the patriots from the celtics from the bruins. We have autographed baseballs. From the red sox we have autographed footballs. We have some amazing prizes. And of course. There's the putting contest which the entire putting green will be filled with high quality bottles of bourbon karen along with other other choice libations alcoholic and non alcoholic that was a huge hit last year so vh golf dot com july twenty second at the four oaks country club and trey quit mass. Hope to see you there. I was actually on saturday. It's beautiful is it. isn't it. the restaurant there's amazing when you earn their clue that you guys maybe could use a little show or something they just launched in yeah. They're building that last year there so i can't wait to see it but it. Yeah it's a it's a wonderful course. They have amazing food. Also if eddy sponsor out there we still have room for sponsorship so you get two weeks to become an sponsor and get into our little book with thank you everybody. I'll be on vacation for a few days so We'll be on a little bit of hiatus when we get back Who knows who will have can have anybody better than care. Nasa many the general manager of north shore music theatre. Thanks karen love to see you ed. We'll see rehearsal and a couple of nights and he app and have a great week. Everybody.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

15:22 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"And fresh new every week or did you like the tiger versus mickelson sort of sort of aspect of the game. I like history. So when i'm reading up on this. Us open is about to happen. And you go through it and you see who wanted it. By how many strokes. I'm interested in that. I didn't enjoy being in the moment with tiger because he ruined so many golf tournaments by winning by so many stroke. There was no drama. That's the beauty of golf people. Sale golf is so boring. And i'm really no. It's not because a as a television sport constantly showing another person that person the prison. So there's a lot less downtime than there is even in football might just throw in that little funk fact that in typical nfl game. There's about nine minutes of action. Everything is waiting. You're you're huddling up in every play takes like six seconds irs eight seconds or something like that whereas engulf it's constantly happening and then if you have a tight leaderboard with three guys are within two strokes of each other with four holes to play and that guy hits into the rough night guy hits. It closed maximum. So that's being the drama of the event. And who's going to win and there are a whole bunch of times when tiger we just win by six or eight strokes or something and whatever. But when i look back on that now he was so i'll be able to do that. He lists the the first of the greatest Jack nicklaus wins all your the greatest in terms of the ability in the technology and equipment lengthening golf courses and things like that now. There's like thirty guys who can play that well and the good thing about that. Is this week in. Might be into shampoos turn again when the open last year next week. It's dustin johnson. Whatever happened to jordan speed rickie fowler on some of these guys who were like near the top of the leaderboard and winning tournaments and on pace to win this many majors all that kind of stuff and then they started just like fell off a little bit so the fact that tiger could maintain that level for as long as he did that nicholson harmony. Pg the age of fifty is remarkable. So i i liked the whole game. And i root for lots of different Join speeds being might me white favorite. I watch the openness weekend. Yeah i. I was lucky enough to get to go to winged foot. When tiger was at the top of his game and we got to go to one of the practice rounds during the week which i found and then we went to see part of the match with but i love the practice round. We followed him for a little while. Then we went. Did some other walked some other people. Freddie couples was still playing at the time and he got to a green and he must have lay down. Twenty five balls in different angles of that green and just stood there. In with his caddie in his other person in studied every crevice of green there was just like it was and then the other guys come along and they do something similar but he took so much more time to studying the green part. He'd hit the you know you hit a drive and then walk. But he'd spent all his time with the green it was just. It was just incredible to watch him and he would actually talk to us which was really cool to. They would talk to us during that time and he'd be like yeah. We're gonna look at the right angle left and we're looking at blades of grass. They go left and right. I found it fascinating. But the most scared moment i was when during the tournament we stood john. Daly was teeing off. The fairway from the box of the fairway is lined with us. And i'm like if i'm teeing off. I'm going to kill one of us because right i go right left. I don't go center in. His ball must have gone thousand talk about launch ankles in velocity. I was like if he hits me. I'm going to die. it was just. It was just a funny being there in watching professional play and being out there with your buddies playing like everybody has to stand behind me. If i'm driving the ball because you never know where it's going in this effortless. They just swing. We'd play once before. Bob in remember you saying you know you don't have to kill the ball. Just meet the ball. Because you're trying to help us. It's so true when i watched as guys swings. Some of the guys now swing out of their shoes but like the older golfers like couples in daily in those guys they. They just took effortless swings. The ball just boom gone like wanted to mimic swain. Fred couples would be a good one. Yeah do i think. I can almost give you a perfect segue. If you're ready for it. The best professional tournament. I ever went to With british open coming up on five years ago and my wife says it's the happiest she's ever seen me. I always like running down the cart pants. Fairways where you could run to get to see jordan speeds. Because i knew he was on seven poll and then i was able to cut across dustin johnson out again mickelson shooting sixty three that day so i chased and got him around fifteen involvement in bit and we had gone to wimbledon first and then we went to the british open which was in scotland that year in. We always call august trip because what we wanted to do as soon as i got back from this bucket list trip I had my brain aneurysm rupture and We of like. I almost kicked the bucket right after it happened than any other trip. We have is not gonna call a bucket list. Trip is going to be just before win the lottery trip or something like that. I remember i remember that happened. It was it was a very scary time in I know you've talked a lot about it after you got out of the hospital in the talked about it and some on channel five and other places but i know you're also doing a lot of work for the brain aneurysm foundation And it's one of the reasons we want to bring you on to talk about that work so give us a little bit of information about who they are and how people can help and find them. They definitely kind of adopted me when this happened and just asked me to help if i could. I have a little bit of name recognition Where i could kinda help. And i do things with the posts but the brain using foundation was founded here. It's logo be af dot. Org is where people can find out about it. Donate you can follow me on twitter at bob. Wc and re post lots of different things for them playing. Tom ten golf tournament which raises money for foundation. I took a with the they call the community service day. This year was added to channel. Five's list of days off. How many vacation. Days sick days whenever it a community service day and so we lobby. Legislators stephen land elizabeth warren to help. Continue research for brain aneurysm. Things like that. So i was things like if i can give numbers. It's have one and fifty people one in fifty. People has an aneurysm right now. They don't ruptured or you're living with one. And when rupture about fifty percent of the people who suffer that die pretty much within twenty four hours or right on the spot another twenty five percent die within thirty days and the twenty five percent who survive the consequences that they live with for the rest of their lives. They might be in wheelchairs speech impediment. They might have balance issues. They might have continued headaches. That hit most of many of them. Also and i am extremely fortunate that i i really don't have any side. Effects from my brain aneurysm for it's been almost five years and the first couple of years. I would kind joke that. I'm like a dog with bark collar because vice sneeze. I get a sharp pain in the back of my head. Were a shunt which it's the brain fluid to get out of my head and go where it's supposed to go secreting into my abdomen etc. The shunt would shake a little bit. And so i would sneeze and then go like that. But that's mostly gone now to. I don't even really have to worry about but i will tell you every time i forget something you know. Sometimes you think everybody loses their car keys or forget where they aren't or something like that sometimes. I think i know that the reason. I can't remember this thing right. Now is because of the aneurysm. Which i definitely have some memory issues that worry me but the most part of doing well because i remember you saying you don't even remember you go remember anything you woke up and that's all you remember now. I had so many little holes. Like i can remember. I worked at patriots training camp. That day and i call boston. I said you know. I can put the packages together for the five six seven. But i gotta get outta here. Doctor's appointment at three thirty or something like that. I had a migraine for like six days. And he says okay. So i did. All my work in the satellite trucks did the packages drove towards the hospital. Where my doctor's offices and i crashed the car into some bush off the side of the road. Because i passed out and when i woke up by a little memory of the emt's there and somebody handing me an ice cold bottle of water which was very appreciated. But then i get to the emergency room and fortunately the doctor their doctor mahoney thinks that it might be an aneurysm. So they test for that. I think it was a cat scan turns out that's what it is so they send me beth israel where dr ogle these one of the best doctors in the world of this kind of stuff operated on me. Another little joke was at them. They were my wife. Says when we first got the beth israel they said you didn't have time to get to the emergency room or the operating world so they operated on you right then and there and do they give me something to know. Knock me out in. She said no. You just kept passing out on your own great. Wake up in the middle that it's sad. Actually you know. i don't remember. thanks. Because i can't show appreciation the way i want to My sister-in-law donna came from arizona healthy and her sister. My wife eileen. I don't remember her in the hospital room. I don't it wasn't until i came home like twenty some days later that i went into this silverware. A spoon and that it wasn't in that drawer and that wasn't a memory lapse. We did leave. Keep the silverware in this other. Draws right looked up. And i said was donna here. 'cause don type of person who would rearrange the kitchen and and she did so. It was more convenient everything. But that's when it dawned on me. I just been talking. Donna for seventeen or twenty days when i the nurse who saved my life many times and my wife's life insanity when i saw her for the first time that road race to raise money for brain aneurysm foundation at which i beat my doctor and my nurse when i saw her job a little bit of a memory but i don't remember any conversations any interactions. I missed a lot of that stuff in bothers me. My wife says that. I was in so much pain that you know. That's what happens. You end up blocking out stuff like right now my boys i said deploys come through. I have three kids three boys for kids my daughter. The voice live mom at the time. The they come yet. They came every day. I don't remember it. I'm generally happy person at this. But there's a reason like your like your wife said you're probably so much pain your brain dislike you got to sleep for. Welton yeah yeah. i guess. I was complaining a lot that i couldn't golf. I couldn't exercise. I couldn't go outside and so the nurse to kind of shut me up said. Let's go for walk and apparently we walked around that floor of the hospital florida. I was on and by the time we came back after one loop. I was dead the world in a nice way. But i fell asleep. I was tired. I had no energy that took a long time to get back. I remember when i did come home. I would do one loop in the neighborhood which is about a half mile and that was all do and then you know then two or three weeks sound now doing it. Light jog into rehab in recovery was in some ways. It was good. That's what i was trying to say without saying good but i think it was goodly challenged in good to be appreciating and good to have him back. I'm very blessed to be where i'm at healthwise and anything i can do. For the brain. Aneurysm found and doctor welby and the rest of them right now so they don't ask a lot of me but don't ever hear the word now. We'll put their contact information in the liner notes. So people can click on it when they come to listen to us We can't go without talking about our tournament coming up. Bob is going to be playing with us. He will be are pro with eboni. Get the nurses from mgh is going to play with. Cassandra mcintyre so she's gonna be our our guest. This year are normal. Gentlemen cannot join us. Some he's actually got another term and he's going to but anyway so so we each pay bob twenty five dollars an hour. It'd be golf pro so you got three times twenty five times about five hours right. Yeah you don't have to worry about being closest to the pin of the things when i play. It is not very difficult. But i try very hard not to offer any advice. I can see some things i am. A student of the game might took lessons. I watch the shows that give lessons. I understand the principles of a golf swing. And i can see that you're not doing it but i don't really wanna be one of those guys who like this a know it all or Also it almost never works. I mean if you wanna get better you have to take some advice in yet to a driving range. Exactly the off balls. When i say you should do this and now you get one shot at it. And if doesn't go well. He thinks he doesn't always talking about or whatever and if it goes great You think okay. They'll work the next time. But it's not. I'm in that process right now. He improved the game. And i have to just trust the process that i'm doing things right even though i'm having some bad results here and there and stuff like that so well. We can't take us. I'm not giving you need. We can't thank it up for being are pro this time you'll have you'll have fun again. It's a beautiful chorus. Four four oaks right. Ed for oaks in drake parochial and the clubhouse. It's up on top of the hill and you can see into boston from the clubhouse and the first he really is a gorgeous facility. Great and this year. We get to have a Lunch and after last year we couldn't. We just played and had to get out of there. The dakota but this year gonna have a nice after after. Play dinner and Some prizes we got some great raffle items patriots assigned julian edelman jersey game jerseys Red sox and celtics a lot of fun stuff so we are looking for people to keep playing so via dot com. You wanna meet bob. He can tell you more stories or give you some handicapped and he kept pointers here. Only but after we're done playing because we want to win.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"We're hoping in that'll be out in a couple of months. So we're working on that. So a lot of things to come a lot more guests lined up but i don't think any is important is aaron is in the work that she's doing yourself. Thank you very much seven eight nine. Airing straits meter. Thank you so much for having me renewed the news. Remain in there the big talker.

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"In the past here but not lie gra going through tornadoes. It was a interesting weekend kind of stuck enforced inside to watch playoff basketball. Which was the win one. I predicted one. Yup showed up for one game. But yeah it's what kills me. Is robert williams basketball player having turf toe. I've never heard of turf toe for a basket by football baseball but never basketball. I do not painful injury. It's kind of like an ingrown toenail or something. Yeah we have. We have medical expert with this year in little bit. So maybe she can tell us what turf no idea but the bruins and everything so hopefully The best part was to see fans in the stands. Were getting back to normal so was really nice to see that and hear that walking around town without a mask at times so i'm wearing it. You know at my vaccinated. But i'm still wearing it right now so little still there but but we're getting there. Yeah we had Back to work today was We've been masked up until last friday and today everybody's back in the office you don't have to wear a mask They were probably about thirty percent of the folks were wearing masks and some people aren't fully vaccinated. Some people just don't feel comfortable. We've been wearing a mask for the last year in two months and now all of a sudden you take it off you feel you feel weird. I bought designer mass. I you know. I gotta look cool and my designer masks on what i'm gonna do with all these cool designer. We had some made for voices of hope. You know. I guess we can do a reminiscent mask wearing someday idea. But it's nice to kind of get back into be back to the podcast here and Tonight we have a an amazing guest. Aaron stern aaron. And how are you and well. How are you good. Good aaron the president and ceo of camp casco which is an amazing camp for kids with cancer. We'll talk about that but first let's get to know air and errands so reading your bio. You're not a new england person. So i'm sure this weekend was awful for you as well. A little bit about. Tell us a little bit of history about aaron stern. Well you're right. I'm from san diego. Originally so i mean. This was basically winter for me this past winter fifty degrees and the roughest san diego weather. You'll ever get but yeah. I'm from california originally came out here for grad school a few years ago and fell in love with new england and the boston area and have been here ever since i was in san diego for vacation. Dick my daughter was four five and we stayed at that hotel coronado which which may love. They're filming some movie when we were. There is some chase movie so they had guys running across the roof of the coronado is very kgo. San diego is amazing like the we had great weather. We're out there for the winter. Went to the zoo back. When the chargers were there right it was a different time airing. We'll chris rather forget what i went to. I went to university. So one of my heroes from purdue drew brees started in san diego so for a little bit of time. I was a charges fan for drew but anyway down to new orleans Kind of forgot about it but welcome to the dark side of the world when it comes to winter. I don't know we have a couple of people that are friends in their voices of hope and they've from california and i i don't know how they how they put up with our winters here but any words hold. We're just cold all the time and that's just goes here. The thick of your blood will get. Yes keep waiting. We'll see maybe this winter so camp casco reading a lot about lately since we were going to have you on in. It's just it. Seems like an amazing place and i know in twenty twenty. You guys went through a rough patch like everybody else said with it. But for the folks who don't know tell us what camp casco is all about absolutely so camp casco is a free camp for kids who had cancer whether they are on treatment or they've been off treatment for ten years they are welcome to join us at camp. We started in two thousand fifteen first overnight camp a week. Long camp out in the berkshires. We just thought it would be such a great opportunity to get kids out of the clinic out of their day to life and just have fun getting to know each other and create lasting bonds and have those amazing summer can't memories that kids have and so we started back in two thousand fifteen with thirteen or so kids. We were really small all volunteer with volunteer medical staff and it was just incredible. We it's just so amazing to see and now since then we've grown every year we've had are overnight camp every year except for two thousand twenty. Of course we added a week. Long day can't for younger kids a few years ago and we were on track to open our first weekend retreat for siblings specifically in twenty twenty before all shutdowns. So we've pivoted and we're getting through it but it's been incredible to just see it grow over the years and have this be a place that kids can get away to in escape and have the most amazing week totally free and just you know. Get away from it all. It's incredible as reading some of the stories of some of the campers. Your idea came from When you're in san diego correct did you. Did you run camp out there or are you part of the camp out there. I was part of a camp out there. I started as a volunteer camp counselor with them early on in college and i volunteered with them. All through college. I joined the leadership team at some point and helped with a lot of the behind the scenes. When i moved out here it was just such a big piece of my life. That i was missing and i developed some of my best friends. I've met through camp to this day. There are still some of my best friends. And i saw really. I mean the impact of what. I saw this camp shaped my life and it showed me so much meaning and i could see these meaningful relationships. People had formed even as kids and now they were coming back as volunteers and it was still so important to them it was so illuminating to see the differences with made in their lives and so when i moved out here i was looking for a similar camp. And there's other camps in new england but there is nothing quite like that here in massachusetts and so it seemed like the perfect opportunity to start something here in looking at your history. You're you're doing. Genetic work is correct. Yeah i was in the biomedical sciences. Phd program here at harvard. And i was doing cancer. Biology research with dr kevin. Hi gas interestingly enough in my first year of my phd program thought. Sure i can start a camp no problem. I'll just do it on this side. Just having no idea whatsoever what. I was really getting into what i was signing up for but you know it just ended up being really my colleague and i think we tend to know what that's about right ed. We'll do we'll do one thing one nine years later one night only and here we are later. Did you put your graduate work on. Hold did you continue with that and then you run to the camp. What happened with other great question. So you know. I moved out here to do cancer research and i moved out here actually specifically to do the translational medicine program at harvard. Which is very focused on really taking your lab work and making it applicable in in the clinic and they call it bench to bedside like. How do you do cancer research. That's really meaningful to people a lot of us in bio know that what you study in the lab is not likely to go anywhere near a human being four ten twenty thirty years. If you are the luckiest and most successful than maybe you'll get there in a few decades but that's why so many of us go into it is because we we know people who have been touched by cancer we care about them and we want them to have better lives. So that's what i moved out here to do. And in my program it became clear that it is certain point. I could get a phd or start a nonprofit in. That was going to be a choice that i needed to make so i ended up leaving the program with my master's two years in and then starting.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"So much guys are the absolute best watt primary. Thank you to dan for engineering and we will see you next week. Take everybody unite Ah be.

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"Hello my name. is greg chastain. And i'm the president of voices of hope and welcome to the cardinal cafe in ed. Welcome back. I missed you last week. I know you. I had to take care of my real job the one that allows me to pay my mortgage in all the other fun stuff we do. So yeah that's always said. It was out paying bills and i said i don't really know what you do but i know you do some science stuff That that was about it but yeah we missed you maria. Dale were more than ample ins for our sports. Section real quick. That was it was awesome. Yeah we got a lot of good stuff. Going on. The bruins are onto round. Two red sox are back home tonight in their out of first place for a minute but they'll be back in there that's all in then we have the celtics so anyway right right. It'll be nice to watch the celtics four games in the postseason. I think the win one. I've got. I've got a hunch the win one but we'll see if they can put together a complete game like they played the first half of the first game then maybe they can win more than one button. If they had jalen brown they would have more of a shot. It's just not it's too bad. He got injured at that point in time but grades and stepping up. See is he is in. I saw something on his family. His family's incredible his mother and his sister both the scientists at nasa. Really yeah i don't know what they do but it was the whole story on women in his life. He's an athlete. He graduated within four years and he got his masters at the same time. And wow an incredible story so if you get chance look historians his family's incredible but so anyway welcome back to have have the home team back again. We don't do a video podcast but if you could see video podcasts ed's got an amazing array of new things behind him so you'll see the you'll see the photo in our in our marketing as but it's great. Yeah so yeah. I've got the tapestry of all our shows in it's actually got the playbill's of our show sides right so let's get on to our guest. This week mary mcmanus. Hi mary how are you. i'm mary hi ed. I'm doing very well. It's great to see both of you. It's been a long time yeah. Mary's an incredible inspiration has an amazing story that we're going to share and she is. The author of a new book called hope is a garden written during pandemic time so mary. You're busy during the pandemic. Unlike a lot of us who were sitting around watching netflix tiger king. In holding zoom meetings. Yes yeah well. You've but she also did a lot with music so you know you did. You did zimmer meetings with voice of hope. So you aren't slackers. Total slackers as you pointed out again not a visual medium podcast but mary can tell us about her picture on her book at some point about the pandemic photo. She has some mary. It's great to see you. You've been around us for quite a while and love having you in love having you support us and share everything that we put out there. Why don't you tell us a little bit about how you found voices of hope or we found you one of the other way chadar. Yes i jordan wrench. I was introduced to him. Through interesting serendipity after i left the va and actually today to be the fourteen th anniversary of when i took a leap of faith and left my career as a social worker to heal my life but i met carollo shaughnessy. Who's a singer. And she knew jordan and when she heard my story she said oh my goodness you have do. This was in two thousand and eight. You have to jordan rich. Your story in you'll be on show and i was. Wow okay. so then in twenty fourteen. He started posting on facebook about. Please come see me in love letters with your beautiful wife. Jane and i said oh. I knew nothing about voices of help. I knew nothing about love letters. Nothing about the north shore because we live in brooklyn so we tend not to head up that way. I said okay. We'll a date night. And that's when i met the two of you and voices of hope and was treated to an incredible evening of theater. I think we went to a couple of shows in between but then in twenty sixteen. You were at runners classic. I had lost touch with dana. Even though we'd been to the shows in there was a section for the charity i said. Oh my gosh dana. we've reconnected. I saw your video of seeing heim at the water stock cool and then my husband. And i we you know we came out to all of your shows. And we came to your balas. And we're just supporters in his. My husband said we love bidding on all the silent auction items we have tons of slag. We used one of your bags for Grocery shopping until it finally split but it lasted. I think a good couple of years or so. We have plenty of more all we have. We have so much more. The his been That has been a lot of swag. We have a whole room for swagger vintage swag as we liked it. We'll have to get married new bag. She needs a new shopping. Bag talked about the silent auction. We have stuff that we got for last year the sitting in my house that i can't wait to get rid of year. We we've got some great items. We have a lot of swag mary. So don't worry about that. If something runs out we've got plenty place stored maria coughlin whose our our mother of our home up at the nasa and lawrence would love to get rid of some of the swag that we have like. They say i know a guy. The other piece of it is that. I grew up loving musical theater. I grew up in westchester. It's it's so fascinating to me. As i was getting ready for the show tonight because i had a horrible home. Life and in the one of the last epidemic site contracted paralytic polio. And my mother was addicted to prescription pain. Medication in my father fell into alcoholism bide. They would take us into new york and we would dine at the finest restaurants and we would see shows so when i was levin. The first show that i ever saw was she loves me. Oh yeah shot allen. Krill talked about this about the magic of theater and when the lights go down. And you have that woman. And you're just like mesmerized. There was something that just i really do believe. It was a gift that i had this in my life. And then when i was thirteen we went in. We saw fiddler. Musical theater just became part of my life also. Interestingly enough my cousin. Unfortunately i lost touch with him but do you know paul blake the producer. Beautiful the.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"Not a trash talker professionally professional. Only on as she's matured in a dominate. Your lease yoursel older than i am. Just for the record fifty seven. That's only only dog years But she she's matured. She's really come to realize that where you say. Certain things really matters. I think that's because in public for so long. Yeah but more that more than ever the were learning that now words matter they they really do. It's easy to be nice such easier to be nice. It's it feels nice. It does horrible to me on twitter. I just nap before years ago. I would read it in. Thank allah watts. Even though you understand that people there are many people. Were not gonna like you no matter what you do and now i just scroll right past really and it's it's a very empowering feeling to just know that it really doesn't matter they don't know how i am is a mother to our beautiful children. How am too you know. It's incredible what people put out there. That's same with when we look for restaurant reviews or something. I'm like the only people putting anything after restaurant where the people who are going to be negative so there's no use in reading this. I just want to go and try it. you know. they've got four stars or two stars. Rest because i think the people who want to be negative are the ones that will post if i have a great dinner. I'm going to go to yelp and go at a great dinner right. You just want to be like you said you just want to be positive in this world that you have to be in these days. Just it's harder and harder to instill that into But we try every day. That's one of the reasons i do this. Because i'm trying to give voice to other we're gonna have other groups on here. Small community theaters are trying to work their way through the pandemic and trying to get back some other small nonprofits like ours so we can give voice out there as well. So we're just trying to keep a positive. Keep everything going The doctors and scientists are gonna come on and talk about all the great things that they're doing. That's kind of why i started this. During the pandemic to give some sort of positivity to my group saying see there's other people out here going through the same thing they want. Help you that sort of thing so so. That's why i kind of started this as a way to to try to give back in a way we couldn't since we're not on stage and can't do what we do so it goes back to what we're talking about before you don't get through difficult times with a positive attitude right. I mean i think if you broadcast that out and try to live. I mean nobody's perfect and you're gonna get annoyed with things but you try to live your life with a with a positive outlook in. Just choose to respond kindly Every impulse is like you know. Hey you If you just do the exact opposite and vanish chemistry. I love you yet. It's so selfish yes selfish. It makes you feel good. Yes and a micro is other people feel good so my daughter's a barista and she. She came home yesterday and it was a tough day because like you. They're air conditioner died. So she's making hot coffees and they. They kept walking into the freezer to cool off. She said you know a guy came in today and he was very upset and angry and complained about prices and she goes. I was just nice back to him. Because he he's provoking me to want me to be mean to him so he could keep going but the more she was nice to him the more he just kinda like okay. Okay walked away and it's kind of in be nice to people. Maybe it pushes the meanness out of them or whatever they going through that day. If you can be nice to those people all right well guys. I can't thank you enough for coming on. It really means a lot to me means a lot to my organization that you support us support for kidding. Thank you so everybody knows where to find maria. Dale would you like to Give a shout out to your art website. Because i go on there and look at all your new stuff all the time. It's just i ford. It's all my friends like you have to see this stuff. It's incredible it's Com one of the ladies in our group Her son is an illustrator. he actually When the he was illustrated for coco. No yeah dean. I have a signed print that he did especially for for us. That i wanted the option of couple of years ago. He did a monsters inc monsters university. If you've seen monsters university and the mother who drives him in the van that that's his mother so he was also the inspiration for anti and cocoa so much so he picks are. Yeah he works. he's a he's got a new movie coming out which they haven't told us what it is yet 'cause they're not allowed to but he's got. He's working on something now He worked on cocoa for. I want to say four or five years. Yeah sure go into mexico and doing all the stuff they do there and you how long it takes to do those things but yeah he's is. Mother is in our group. And we've got some really cool stuff. I have a print he did for us. It's all the monsters. Inc animals opening the doors on the north shore theater really but i actually sent him a link to yourself i say. Have you ever seen this amazing. So he's hopefully he opened it. It's hard to. It's hard to say with him because when he's in his drawing mode for his Movies you don't hear from him for a long time. Dean kelly his He's done a lot amazing where he he started on the simpsons years ago. Yeah they're out of chelmsford. I think he was on chronicle. Once i believe he was on one of the news. Magazine shows here. I thought it was chronicle but it might have been another one. Yeah so that was years ago before cocoa. He mentored my daughter a little bit talking to her a little bit through. Email saying you know keep it up that sort of thing just positive reinforcement really. Good guy it's incredible. The people that are out there that are doing the work that also will take time like you guys do to reach back out and help the next generation come and work so if do that for me in up we will never forget. Never forget that single deal. I gotta meet your mom. Someday she's incredible. She is losing. I'll say about about. His mom is that i was a sixteen year. Old girl who were up in. This wonderful may fifteen year old girl who grew up in this wonderful greek family and we sat around the dinner table. And we had all of that and dale's mother. Dale moved to grow on. And i met day on them. We were dating Boyfriend and girlfriend. His mother was a dean at northeastern and she drove a convertible volkswagen. She was the reason why i thought i could do everything and be anything and she would wear red red red red lipstick and have the top down in the convertible and she would wear boots and shoes just this force of nature. That truly inspired me. And i thought all okay and to see her through the years know how what kind of an impact. She had me and to see how she handled that cancer diagnosis and how she continues to handle every single thing. That comes her way. It's really as simple as just saying i can do this. I can do this. I will do this. Remember remember during that whole thing. And since i've often thought i hope if i haven't heard since i hope my inheritance is that character and that.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"It's a beautiful. Thank you on.

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

14:32 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"This is greg. Chastain hosted the cardinal cafe. Thank you for joining us on this first episode of two part series with grammy award. Winning and tony nominated actors sean allen krill from jagged little pill in this episode sean opens up about the loss of his partner guy atkins to cancer any talks a little bit about his life in chicago in his routes of broadway. I hope you enjoy what into the cardinal cafe. My name is brad jesting and i'm the president of voices of hope along with co star. Covert whatever you wanna call him. Ed siegel the vice president of whistle. Hey greg how are you good. How was your week. It was good getting excited. The weather's getting better lot more activities happening so it feels like some sense of normalcy is returning to our lives so exactly. I'm actually getting my second shot this weekend so i'm so excited to be sick on monday. Then free after that. I got my second on tuesday. So good will be. We'll be jab buddies as they say in the guy. We have a very exciting show. Today we have a a wonderful person who's become a family member. Voices of hope brought the network here. He has a grammy award winner. Tony nominated the star of jagged. Little pill mr sean allen krill. Hey sean hi thanks for having me is. It's nice to actually see your faces. Anybody listening doesn't know that. I'm seeing your but we're we're zooming. Yes it's the it's the new podcast way to do things right. How exciting to be. Have those titles now. It sounds are absolutely insane when you say it that way it also sounded really nice to thank you. Well it just might work. Really get you somewhere. Sean near chicago guy. Right i am. Did you grow up there. I didn't grow up in chicago. But i i always kind of say that. I grew up as an actor in chicago because i moved there right after college. I opened the chicago company forever. Plaid there at the royal george theater and stayed for fifteen years i love chicago degrade city..

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"I. I miss that. Chris ran a little bit. He ran back to the car to get rock mile in ill with one thousand her grandson to in my good luke luke as the best we have been in. I have never wednesday afternoon in. He has spent three nights here over with us. He gets a little bit. You know ansi but as you know. He is assisted coming in june yup. Yeah that's right. She is always sent the heartbeat out today. Which is really cool. And it won't be long you'll be locally that the oh and is not does not a better place that he could be in. Can't wealth becoming ration- come up. You know every kid's number that we do in the gallery and then eventually they roll into the kids show over the summer time. So it's you like the family right. It's watching your family grow. Maybe he'll get grandpa to do a number with them. No good we would. We probably you know have done some karaoke bar too. But don't tell. Chris roj one of my favorite theater moments. Even though i missed singing the national anthem at foxboro for the patriots was because i was doing a show that my granddaughter was in and just being able to do the show together with your grandchild is just so special. I can only imagine we never let it. Forget that by you guys also through my name in the hat night. One night i ended up on. You know senate floor in arizona us right and so i'm sitting there. You know i am my phone. On your effort was in the qual- i get like six calls from people that are in a stance people that i work for. Mcdonald's or operators other contract is like what the you know. Go to a game and you don't expect to see me. Standing in gotta do is run a thousand miles run right center court and your channel. You never know where you're going to show up. I think you guys probably just get a check from the napoli family. They they were watching the news to riders ago in my phone's lighting up in a scenario celebrity. I didn't even know any yellow. i'm is a celebrity. But what did i do now wasn't arrested for anything so i must have done something good. It was for the right reasons not the raisins. Yeah yeah what you do is is incredible in. It needs to be out there and what people are doing. there's Too many stories the other way. So channel five great friend of ours in anytime we can get your story out there roger. I want to because you do so much for us like you said you haven't performed for a few years but what you've done on your own is incredible and and i know you do some other work too like with the lazarus house great great charity banning. I have been wealth while we were involve with them for many many years. We not past couple. Because we've been so busy but we'll jump back in with them that he's actually retiring in a couple of weeks. I'll rally so it's gonna take a little often that i wouldn't be surprised to see her at a mary immaculate where the nursing home where she wanted. I'm sure she'll be back at. Lazarus house will be doing things that we didn't have the time for us. So i tell people just a quick minute. While lazarus house does lazarus show was a homeless shelter. That oh my god. I think i actually remember the start who A brother one of the brothers women marriage brothers from central catholic. Sean petite was original founders. And they would just really opened as a house. You don't have a place to stay. We've got a room and that has grown into a food pantry and a soup kitchen and there's not enough that they can do for you know for the homeless in night. We're on the we used to do. A hike for them was called hike for hope. We're on the board for ten years that's will remain day. Mcgill ry dave actually dragged us in raise raise some good funds for them and they opened a transitional housing where people could go from homelessness to actually were actually paying taxes and getting their own home than mean. That's so we built data ten years that we were there in the city. They're just one of those places there. The difference between the haves and the have nots is very slim. Yeah you know. Sometimes we go over the ability night. You'd meet somebody that you will you say to yourself. How did that person yet here. And in the blink of an eye somebody dies in the family and they were the major breadwinner. And you know the spouse gangqi the house and the next thing. She's out with their kids in the blink of an eye in. It's nothing they did. So i mean that was. That always moved us. I i remember going in there. A united saying you know by the grace ago does not think difference between you know that could happen to you. It could happen to me. It didn't do anything to deserve that. So i feel the same way with you. Guys in cancer who picks who gets cancer. Cancer doesn't see race color creed money just finds a place all of us in dealing with poverty. At times i mean. There's there's certain things we all try to do to keep ourselves out of the but sometimes you have bad luck while i think this past year you know. A lot of people who are living paycheck to paycheck in all of a sudden paychecks. Gone there's not enough to keep them afloat by no fault of their own. No nothing they did. Now it's a sad situation in most of those again. It just shows the heart you have roger for after working with them all these years as well and you embedded in your whole family. I'm ahead forehead or all brains. Hey hey don't pick on the guy's forehead me and my son. I have to tell a quick funny story about that. Ed will have got a drone because we're shooting some videos now to go along with the recording studio where you creative voices of so. He bought a drone. He was flying this weekend and he did a shot over his head and all of a sudden he's like oh my god am i really. That ball is that right behind me. So i can't see it so whatever. Grass does not grow on a busy street. And you are one busy man. Roger can't thank you for coming on in for all the work that you've done for forces of hope and for allowing your family to be a part of this multi generations in this in this family. That has lupino will be with us at some point gateway to shame on stage asked or the luke. End your grandfather. Maybe oh oh please let me lay. We don't know we asked the question but when us you always looking. I picked the name for the baby Ivo doesn't count. We picked alexandria. He likes it. i like it made. Not if gabby was a boy. His name was going to be alex. Alex alex alex's his first name. If gabby would have been born a boy so kirby my multiple his name is kirby alexander chastain. he's got alexander. He's in trouble. He hears kirby alexander chesting get out of this room gotta give them military but the ass but thank you roger. You've you've done so much inspired so many people. We now have a fulltime runner in a marathon. And that's because of your help as well and you've introduces to so many wonderful people in. I can't thank you enough you walk. We're blessed roger. thank you. I'm no less on this list so before we end is it's time ed gator out slash pop music time. Roger you gotta help out here. Good read and.

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"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"cardinal" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe

"You very much like. I said our next podcasts. be coming up shortly so the. Oh boston dot org contact and if you have any questions go through there dana. Thank you ed in cu. Soon thank you tonight. All to your Breath learn.