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"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:43 min | Last month

"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A second rate circle. You'll be offered band behind it. Time to go back to the right point, which he does. John Klingberg Klingberg holds Klingberg skates at the center point looking for a shooting lane. Now he fires blocked in front rebound is loose. It's taken violent del Left corner back for Klingberg CenterPoint! Again s landell Appoint Lindell. Looking things over offensive zone shipped here for the stars. He takes a shot that's blocked. We might have been no behind that line. You can't get it. And Lindelof Circle a point Ben point Klingberg shoots again that got Brucie Vasilevskiy. Ooh! Trouble. It's immature to shot five out of past picked up by Rachael are fragile, are battling with shot. Kirk shot Kirk wins it spinning away from traffic zips it for pocket. And he won't be too long. Nearly got scripts and lost the puck. He and Martin knocked it out to center ice and Klingberg banks back in lighting. Nita regroup here who drop was out much of the defence zone is able to get it out of the zone. Who scored the first Bureau. Hasty pullout lawsuit could draw good drives. It alone holds A lot forced a bad turn over by the stars could drive it clear sailing from the blue Line End. He buries the ray shot. It's one of the lightning with 14 27 left in the first. Did he ever bury it? I mean, he just snapped it. He got the puck. A lot made a great play. On his skin. And boy here comes coach he comes any snaps just by the hash marks had all the room in the world. And he snaps it by could go bin On the stick side, beautiful. It'll go down as an unassisted go of a lot made that play.

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"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:22 min | Last month

"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Circle. It's maroon 23 penalty. CenterPoint headmen tees it up, shoots they made by grace with the glove in the whole time. 19 seconds left on the power play still tied at one of the first boy, I tell you what Shattenkirk guys go up the boards. Rob Nelson. He just goes along. The boards comes down wide open. And he just shot it wide. He was going on stick side. Yeah, just missed in there. But kids a good player that barked Nelson Cizikas and point Point wins this one in the offensive zone. I'll stick handle CenterPoint plot 13 penalty plot CenterPoint had Benoit Sudoku Drop shoots blocked by pallet on the rebound. Right corner. Right Circle point I thought headmen shoot! Very late on the power play headmen drills in it. It's too unlike Ning. Well, that is a big power play goal. And do it with four seconds left. And that was also a beautiful little set up. I could draw first it gets blocked. My public and then he goes toe point Point goes back to Victor. With Lauren standing right in front of the net. Headmen drills it to the stick side past. Thomas, Greek dice. Victor Hedman, his sixth playoff goal, already a franchise record for most goals by a lightning defenseman. In a playoff. Your pointed dewdrop assist Just like the Islanders. Lightning score the power playing lead on the power play in their back up by one shift. After gold goes on his own at the Barclay Good Row, welds it out to center ice and touched by green play continues for Zelena Zonin. It'll pass taken away by Gord. I thought for Coleman shoot blocked lock it comes out of his own gonna knocks it down nearly script by Marcel so quick to get in on defenders. Here's part of a good run into the New York and love Circle. Good road marches to the Left corner by Nick Leddy Forces Steel for Everlys, cut up by McDonnell Go right left Circle. Process. Bogosian stepping right, Let's go to Coleman. Right Point. Bogosian, Biryani Gore. The center point. Blake calling point Bogosian shoots blocked in front. I think good drone hit Good row follows up, faggot. Alright. Done a year for the lighting park. Good rope, Rope pivoting on. Anders lied Drop pass. It's going to be handled by McDonogh. Right Point lady. You're getting a change. McDonough Spencer process looking for his colon Left circle. Coleman in the offensive zone. Lapointe Bogosian, Could you hold this in? He's battling with Everly does hold it in any gored in front for Korin. He got Offended by Mayfield, who knocked it off his stake in Mayfield clears it to the neutral zone. Trying to catch the aisles and changes. Tyler Johnson, left wing for corn swatted back in 22 left in the 1st 21 lightning. There's a block Cirelli right circle. You got a green clearing attempt for the great Point Point Circuit. Judge Little move The center point kid knocked away by Pageau. He dumps it down the ice. Is this an icing? Yes, When I was really close, Cerulean Broussard in a ski race. They were neck and neck right there. But the icing is called.

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Hurricane Laura: The latest on storm's impact on Houston

Michael Berry

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Hurricane Laura: The latest on storm's impact on Houston

"Dangerous with the landfall sometime after midnight. The Orange League Charles area Storm surge could push upwards of 30 miles inland, and Laura may still be a cat. One storm is it moves north toward Tyler. Sally Rainer's with Energy. Texas, which provides power in the Beaumont Orange area that are in the worst areas could expect several weeks and that's what they should plan for, will certainly be working as quickly as we can, and it's safely as we can to get the lights back on for customers much before that, but it's better to be prepared for the worst high winds also remains the biggest threat here in the Houston area. CenterPoint says crews are standing by to restore power as quickly as possible beginning tomorrow morning. We will address down power lines and restore service to keep facilities such as hospitals, Water treatment plants Public service facility such as fire and police stations. Then the company will focus its repairs on major lines that will restore power to the greatest number of customers in the shortest amount of time. And while the forecast has improved somewhat for the

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High water and wind damage from storm in Houston, customers still without power

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

High water and wind damage from storm in Houston, customers still without power

"Series of severe thunderstorms pounding southeast Texas yesterday afternoon leaving high water on roadways and plenty of damage from high winds there were several downed power lines reported in Katy downed trees reported in the woodlands and on Smith street in downtown Houston as well as damage to homes and yards of the Pasadena area where some particularly strong storms came through a centerpoint energy at last check within the last few minutes say in about seventy five thousand customers are still without power in the Houston area at the peak it was nearly three hundred thousand

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Alabama dad, stepmom arrested following death of 2-year-old boy

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Alabama dad, stepmom arrested following death of 2-year-old boy

"Well this morning a father and step mother is centerpoint are facing charges in connection with the death of a two year old the major campus senior intricate Harris are charged with aggravated aggravated child abuse deputies say when they came to the scene at six street north Tuesday night they were told the two year old choked wealth while eating on the child was taken to children's hospital where he died deputies later found that the child had multiple injuries investigators say more charges are possible as the investigation

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"centerpoint" Discussed on The Power Trip

The Power Trip

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on The Power Trip

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"centerpoint" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:19 min | 6 months ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on TechStuff

"And across the middle of this piece of paper you draw a straight horizontal line from left to right goes all the way across the paper and this line in this particular representation is going to represent time. This is the x axis so the left side of your paper. Your starting point is reports zero seconds. The far right sign represents some arbitrary point. In time. We'll get to that in a second because it all depends on the specific kind. Kind of wave your drawing so now let's just imagine drawing a nice sine wave, and we start on the left side at centerpoint so zero at the center, Horizontal Line, and draw a nice gentle crest up, and then we come back down cross that centre line, and then draw an equally gentle trough that is of equivalent size to the crest on the opposite side, and then once the line comes back up and crosses the horizontal line. Again We've got one wavelength of a sound wave that this would be in what we would call the time domain, the reason we call it. The time domain is that we are visualizing a sound wave with regard to the passing of time that X. Axis again it's showing the time is passing, so the wavelength describes the distance or the amount of time that passes between two corresponding points on a sine wave. Let's say we draw a series of these like we get twenty sheets of paper. And we draw equal sign waves on each of those twenty sheets of paper, and we put them all side by side, so we get a nice continuous wave all the way down these twenty sheets wide. And we say that each sheet wrappers cents one twentieth of a second so that when we have twenty of them, side by side there represents one seconds worth of time you would say I have twenty wavelengths that span one second. That means that this represents twenty hertz. This is a sound wave with a frequency of twenty hurts because it takes. Twenty of these will pass a given point in space within the span of one second, so then we need to talk about the period of a wave, and this is the inverse of frequency is the amount of time it takes for one wavelength to complete one cycle. So frequency is the number of cycles per second. The period of a wave is the number of seconds per cycle, so for a twenty hertz frequency, the period of the wave would be one twentieth seconds per cycle. That's why we would need twenty sheets of paper with just one nice curvy wave on each piece to represent a twenty hertz wave. Now you could just do this on one sheet of paper. You know you just change the scale, so you change the scale so that every single wavelength represents one twentieth of a second you draw twenty of those on one sheet of paper. They'll be much smaller than our original example, but that would still be twenty hertz wave. It's all dependent on the. The scale of your representation wavelength and frequency are related, and we see that in an equation where we say velocity equals wavelength times frequency, so velocity describes the speed and direction, but we can ignore that for now of a wave as it passes a stationary point, so if we know two of those three factors, we can figure out the third, just a little math right if we know the velocity and we know the wavelength well, we can divide the velocity by the wavelength, and then we have the frequency, or if we know the frequency, but not the wavelength we divide the velocity by the frequency the wavelength. If we know the frequency in the wavelength, multiply them together. We get the velocity. Pretty easy stuff. Now. Speed of sound. Is Not that difficult for us to to get. Our minds wrapped around because we know what the speed of sound is generally speaking. So the speed of sound depends partly upon the medium through which the sound is traveling sound moves that leads through water than it does through the air for example, but even in the air stuff can affect the speed.

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"centerpoint" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:19 min | 6 months ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on TechStuff

"And across the middle of this piece of paper you draw a straight horizontal line from left to right goes all the way across the paper and this line in this particular representation is going to represent time. This is the x axis so the left side of your paper. Your starting point is reports zero seconds. The far right sign represents some arbitrary point. In time. We'll get to that in a second because it all depends on the specific kind. Kind of wave your drawing so now let's just imagine drawing a nice sine wave, and we start on the left side at centerpoint so zero at the center, Horizontal Line, and draw a nice gentle crest up, and then we come back down cross that centre line, and then draw an equally gentle trough that is of equivalent size to the crest on the opposite side, and then once the line comes back up and crosses the horizontal line. Again We've got one wavelength of a sound wave that this would be in what we would call the time domain, the reason we call it. The time domain is that we are visualizing a sound wave with regard to the passing of time that X. Axis again it's showing the time is passing, so the wavelength describes the distance or the amount of time that passes between two corresponding points on a sine wave. Let's say we draw a series of these like we get twenty sheets of paper. And we draw equal sign waves on each of those twenty sheets of paper, and we put them all side by side, so we get a nice continuous wave all the way down these twenty sheets wide. And we say that each sheet wrappers cents one twentieth of a second so that when we have twenty of them, side by side there represents one seconds worth of time you would say I have twenty wavelengths that span one second. That means that this represents twenty hertz. This is a sound wave with a frequency of twenty hurts because it takes. Twenty of these will pass a given point in space within the span of one second, so then we need to talk about the period of a wave, and this is the inverse of frequency is the amount of time it takes for one wavelength to complete one cycle. So frequency is the number of cycles per second. The period of a wave is the number of seconds per cycle, so for a twenty hertz frequency, the period of the wave would be one twentieth seconds per cycle. That's why we would need twenty sheets of paper with just one nice curvy wave on each piece to represent a twenty hertz wave. Now you could just do this on one sheet of paper. You know you just change the scale, so you change the scale so that every single wavelength represents one twentieth of a second you draw twenty of those on one sheet of paper. They'll be much smaller than our original example, but that would still be twenty hertz wave. It's all dependent on the. The scale of your representation wavelength and frequency are related, and we see that in an equation where we say velocity equals wavelength times frequency, so velocity describes the speed and direction, but we can ignore that for now of a wave as it passes a stationary point, so if we know two of those three factors, we can figure out the third, just a little math right if we know the velocity and we know the wavelength well, we can divide the velocity by the wavelength, and then we have the frequency, or if we know the frequency, but not the wavelength we divide the velocity by the frequency the wavelength. If we know the frequency in the wavelength, multiply them together. We get the velocity. Pretty easy stuff. Now. Speed of sound. Is Not that difficult for us to to get. Our minds wrapped around because we know what the speed of sound is generally speaking. So the speed of sound depends partly upon the medium through which the sound is traveling sound moves that leads through water than it does through the air for example, but even in the air stuff can affect the speed.

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Steven Mintz on the Topics of Ethics

Paul and Jordana

07:16 min | 8 months ago

Steven Mintz on the Topics of Ethics

"We look to our leaders for strength reassurance we look to them for a plan a strategy that they have our best interests in their minds that's what we look to our leaders some in this country depending on we like we don't like but some are doing better than others some are leading better than others and I think the best leaders the best leaders to me are people who they surround themselves with good people they have good advisors they listen to those advisers now ultimately they make what they feel is the best decision it's on them to make the decision but to have strong voices around you within put and listen to that input and then ultimately make the decision and you have to be decisive and in a perfect world you are your real authentic and giving some hope look at it look at what's happening in our country the governors in five states California Ohio Illinois Massachusetts Washington closed bars restaurants wineries to stop the slow to stop the spread of the coronavirus mayors and in major cities have done the same and that poses a lot of questions should they have the authority is it ethical for the government to shut down private businesses Dr Stephen manse is an author he's got a book out beyond happiness and meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior he's on the centerpoint energy's home service plus hotline Dr Mintz good morning Hey thanks for thanks for speaking with us on this and I'll start with the question that I posed before yeah we see restaurants and bars being shut down schools now shut down here in Minnesota I guess where does the ethical responsibility lie in something like this the schools I think have to exercise personal responsibility they don't want to be in a situation where they're exposing young children to maybe staff or teachers who have the virus or made may be subject to getting the virus it doesn't seem to be transmitted readily from children the children of the nun who have come down with it but you know it's one of the situations where you want to be safe rather than sorry and one one state desert and other state does it may follow the lead and that's you know it's just very conservatively reproach the situation yeah N. N. as we've seen this thing unfold here over the last week what's been your impression of of what you've seen the next messages from the administration with president trump's saying too much no big deal this too will pass and the scientists saying no this is a serious matter we have to hunker down personally I think the reaction of the public is they believe the scientists and we have a lack of credibility from the administration and that's part of the reason the stock market is gyrating up and down they don't know what to do they don't know who to believe and they don't know what's coming next universal and personal responsibility we're we're asked to give up a lot of freedoms which is not a very positive thing people don't want that in the United States most people seem to seem to be taking it to heart but can you hear stories like you know people buying enough toilet paper to last to the end of the year and price gouging and that somebody getting on an airplane jet blue plane and they were waiting for the car coronavirus test so personal responsibility is a big issue was well yeah Dr men's what do you think about your you'd mention the leadership in president trump and kind of downplayed it he's done it a couple times where do you live in terms of you know what a leader has to get up there and make sure that there's not mass hysteria but it may be almost down play situations like that do they have a responsibility to come out and tell the the full truth yes absolutely it's kind of these truthful it's got to be credible and it needs to be complete transparency we don't need to be misled at this point having mixed messages and honesty is an ethical value maybe the most important ethical value and I think it's lacking and that's why you see some of the disruption in stores I know in California we've had some skirmishes in stores in Pasco and so on and these buying sprees that I mentioned before yeah let let me jump off that too he's doctor Stephen Manson's book beyond happiness and meaning transforming your life through ethical behavior and if you want to learn more about him it's Steve men's ethics dot com what let let me ask you about the role that that social media has played in all this too I I've argued that this is this is the first major I mean obviously the first major pandemic we we've we've had in the social media era but but people seen those images and seen those videos now where where before you would you know you would have seen him they would have been on the local news but now we see him all all directly what's your what's your take on on what we've experienced here experiencing the pandemic in a social media world yeah yeah well everybody Sir tune to social media it has a great influence on how people react and yeah we're going to see these images because it's the news and some aspects of what people want to see but social media has a responsibility as well to put out the word sacks the true facts and provide information on what we should do as individuals to stay safe and our loved ones and I'm not sure there is enough of that going on yeah what do you think what do you think the is headed over the next couple of weeks if I don't if you don't mind me asking yeah well I think it's going to get worse before it gets better that certainly was the situation in China and I I guess what I worry about is whether our personal man is going to be restricted obviously don't do that in China but it's in the star Tate of government the second work that well here to be told you can't go from state to state and city to city curfews if they were put in place may not be capped and I think you mentioned at the outset restaurants closing bars close now in California that's a recommendation now it's not a requirement so I'm not sure the people are going to follow that but it's yeah it's it's I think has four to six weeks ago my opinion yeah before we start to see the end of it and we still have that curves gets flattened as everybody yep yep Dr Steven Mintz we appreciate the time and your insight thank you so much thank you for having me you can learn more about him Steve Mintz ethics

Houston: CenterPoint sells natural gas retail business

Houston's Morning News

00:13 sec | 8 months ago

Houston: CenterPoint sells natural gas retail business

"Houston centerpoint energy agreed to sell its natural gas retail business to energy capital partners for four hundred million dollars as part of the deal the gas unit will enter into a long term supply agreement with shell energy North

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Stamkos leads Lightning to 4-2 win over Golden Knights

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Stamkos leads Lightning to 4-2 win over Golden Knights

"Steven Stamkos broke a two two tie in the third to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning two a four two victory over the visiting Vegas golden knights Tuesday his deflection of a breaking point shot from centerpoint beat Marc Andre Fleury and the lightning held on to get their seventh straight home win that's a good team over there they're big strong a place structure game in us coming off that trip I don't think we were sharp early on that she was great tonight so we put a pretty good third period the golden knights controlled play for much of the opening frame despite finishing the first down to one point in Tyler Johnson scored for Tampa Bay William carry a for Vegas Andrei vasilevskiy made twenty nine saves to extend his streak of consecutive games without a regulation loss to sixteen matching a franchise record Paul Stastny also scored for the golden knights Walter Mars account Tampa

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The Voice of the Oscars!

Chad Hartman

05:43 min | 9 months ago

The Voice of the Oscars!

"We have Randy Thomas now she of course as we mentioned the Oscars going without a host for the second straight year and it's gonna feel like home because of this awesome voice Randy Thomas basically holds a show together as the voice of the Oscars it's our eleventh year doing it eleventh year in a row announcing the presenters and the winners we have Randy Thomas on the centerpoint energy home service plus hotline Randy how are yeah good morning Corey hi it's great to catch up with you yeah it's great to catch up with you for the second straight year and I know our listeners will remember you from last year but also to they're gonna recognize your voice the Oscars a Super Bowl the enemies a rock and roll hall of fame the Tonys before we get into which is a very inspirational story do you have a favorite memory or a favorite show that you've worked well gosh you know I'm really glad that I have gotten to do so many incredible shows Oscar was you know that you brought me to the dance so I do love Oscars it's my eleven to China announcing not my eleven two consecutive okay not in a row I I was the first woman in history and I've done it throughout the last twenty five years but I have been announcing at the last four years so that is a blessing yeah really cool now how did you already how did you get your start did you agree on radio I first yes I would suggest jockey on the radio and the producers and the director of the Oscars in the nineties were listening to the radio station I was on and several of the DJ the women were invited to audition and I was one of them and about ten days after my audition I I found out that I was the one they chose and it literally changed my life yeah you know you're in an industry though that you know there there weren't a lot of a lot of women I'm sure that there were times where you were told well you know that's that's a man's job or how did you ever experience that along the way yeah I did it in a in a certain way in other words back in the day it as opposed to two day where women are very aware of all of the rooms that were not allowed into back in the day it didn't dawn on me that no other woman had been alive and now they're doing broadcast television it didn't occur to me I became the first and of course now I'm very you know supportive of men and women that wanted you line work because it's a very specific type of crap yeah she's Randy Thomas she is the Oscars announcer in in Randy I I saw your Ted talk it's on you tube your in Fargo and in just a wonderful message I think for for for everybody but what do you know like I mean you really inspiring a new generation oh wow well thank you I think young women today are more aware than I was I don't even think I had like an original thought in my head when I was growing up so I just sort of found my way into this life and I appreciate it my daughter is also doing voiceover and she's an up and coming live in answer and the other night I heard you talking about the directors guild I was there I announced the director general the war and it was to respect his C. what which is a Sam Mendes images yeah yeah and then just when that was really about I didn't see it though yeah have you seen you've seen nineteen yeah I saw nineteen seventeen at ready go see it in the theater because I think if you don't it's going to take away from that experience part of the night yeah and it was just an amazing experience considering just that that Hey I think it's going to clean up all the technical awards and probably should it's just it's visually it's stunning to watch yeah well I think there's some great films this year and I'm really excited for the show so you mention your daughters of voice artist as well and a part of that is is finding your voice right and and certainly you you do that as a DJ but then through your work here at the Oscars and now Super Bowl and all that to you know do you have any advice like for your daughter for any other young women nor are men out there who are trying to find that voice well I say you have to train you really should take some lessons acting classes would be very helpful and then you can get even more specific and take classes that are acting with a microphone because as you know if you're an actor in your on stage you get to show the audience how you are feeling three your physicality in voice over we have to keep our mouths very close to the microphone and so all of our emotions have to be you know process and and the audience needs to feel them only through our voice and how we're speaking yeah so acting is a really great thing to do there are different kinds of voice over if you know as a broadcaster I don't book a lot of commercials unless you're looking for that you know professional you know to get that call blah blah you know actually when I will see it beginning of my career call one eight hundred a B. 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"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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Kate Middleton Takes on Her Most Important Role Yet

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

03:56 min | 11 months ago

Kate Middleton Takes on Her Most Important Role Yet

"It's been a big week for the duchess which is of Cambridge. Who of course took on her first patch big patronage in quite a few months I think the last was the royal photographic society but this week it was announced that she she became the royal patron of family action which has of course been passed down to by the Queen? A big one for her. Yes big one but selling keeping with what her main platform has been. I think it's quite interesting. When we look at the younger generation of roles because for decades the older members of the royal family had had upwards of five hundred six hundred seven hundred patronage is? But what we're seeing with. This younger generation is a much more concentrated focused effort. And you really understand and what they're interested in so of course. This feeds indicates Very hands on work with vulnerable families disadvantaged children and she's made a big point of of fighting for children to have a good early start in life because so much evidence that supports a good early. Start being beneficial to the future so Edition I think with swim definitely and as you say this is kind of continued really. What's being almost an eight year? Focus for her. Now we've seen this kind of continued theme of community support. Family supports child supports. And not just recognizing that families are doing but also Harris Paris and people in different sectors as well family action long established Charity had been founded in eighteen. Sixty nine queen wasn't the first world. Oh Patron Queen. Mary was the royal patron before that. So it's been nice to see this. One been passed down from generation to generation. Definitely is a good continuum isn't it it's an and this This event this week wasn't case I Engagement on behalf of the charity. I I think what's really unique with this one in particular is they're trying to branch shout in as many different ways to help as many families as possible and so I think it was January that she was there when they launched the family line which is using volunteers across the country to help. Oh people through texts and emails and over the phone which that's kind of new universal. You could really tax the charity before help you can out exactly. Ah as you mentioned they did. They do all different areas. They tackle difficult issues at a families face including financial hardship emotional wellbeing socialites isolation Russian and then of course more serious things domestic abuse substance misuse. And so it came as we know has had private meetings with the charity beforehand. This is something that we're really seeing happen. Quite a lot with the younger members of the Royal Family because they are taking on less patterns Jays so they have more time to spend with each charity. It's not just cutting cutting a ribbon here and It's actually a lot more on the ground and hands on definitely and I think that focus is really benefiting the charities in terms of public awareness. Because when will we ever talking about mental health as we are today and you can look at each. I mean we keep talking about William Kate Harry making a switch of this generation. But I think that's the future isn't it with with Charles's vision of a slimmed-down monarchy but you can look at each one of those rules and you know exactly what they're interested in and they're able to use their platform to really highlight the causes that drive them that make them want to raise awareness. Raise money and really get stuck in. But I think it's interesting too as you mentioned omits mid it's no longer just unveiling a plaque cutting a ribbon. Several years ago Williams left out on the streets with the homeless to highlight the work of centerpoint Harry trekking to the poll with with wounded veterans. Megan getting hands on with the Grenfell Tower Cookbook. She was in the kitchen. She wasn't just. They're writing forward. So we're really seeing again with Keeton eighteen her Chelsea Flower Show Garden. She really had an active role in that in designing that and being hands on with it so I think I think it's quite nice for the roles to you because they're able to then just really get embedded and get to know the people they're working with and who the

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"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Out there McDonough centerpoint hold on to it centerpoint Surguja read server could drop by for search of centerpoint right server could drop centerpoint circuit Jeff public gets it again love circle stamp goes stand goes holds centerpoint Surguja shoot saves the allied with the glove any holds on so with thirty four point seven seconds left in the period leading at their first power play chance trailing three to watch in that working fourteen Minnesota it's a minor penalty one big mystery to learn there too because you got a heart but blue suitor and Madonna Madonna was down there but there was nobody standing in front of that there were two ladies players but they're both off to the side well we got a power play here not a lot of time on what was off the last of the you know the draw exactly get a chance to put it in lady come in third in only twenty nine point three percent Minnesota seventy four penalty kill eighty point five percent pointed Connor the last Thursday along with one by the wild behind it it is cleared by to see governor settling for the ice headmaster Hari here twenty four seconds left in the period Victor Hedman marching up the middle center across the blood of nasty to skate or stick and comes out of the zone sorella a quick count of the four point fifteen going appeared across one could drop right points in a point had been a circumstance goes huge saves me a lot Betty was got a quick whistle.

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Lightning get 2 short-handed goals, beat Sabres 5-2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Lightning get 2 short-handed goals, beat Sabres 5-2

"The Tampa Bay Lightning won their third straight game Monday night defeating the visiting Buffalo Sabres five two early goals by Tampa's Nikita Kucherov in buffalo Sam Reinhart kept the score even through the first period in the second Jimmy Vesey minute to one buffalo this first goal of the season Tampa Bay special teams were the key in this game their power play noted the score two one McHale Surguja blister to shop from centerpoint past buffalo's Carter Hutton and Tampa bay's penalty killers blew the game open in the final frame with two shorthanded goals on the same Sabres power play Tampa Bay was without their captain Steven Stamkos for the second straight game due to a lower body injury Baltimore's account Tampa

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"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Position to steal and rip it out down the years ago. thirty three seconds left in the family Yandle in front of a Florida. what's that Allan park out to center ice cry face the hop in as the goal for Florida tonight at the right circle drops right point for Gandalf a little past disruptive I had a job to try to clear it and does bottle it out to center ice good diving played by who would otherwise you get away from Joseph who is looking to get the pocket center who do another US cross the blood let's circle bark out back for who would of circle. back to the left point Yandle right circle hommage suit save made revert back robin Wright point centerpoint Yandle right circle hop and within a one timer he's moving Barca right circle hop in the penalties up top and centerpoint yet all right circle it's Alexander bark of lightning you the puck your centerpoint often shoots deflected just over the net dangerous chances by Florida finally had been in the near corner rolls up the near side held in by park operate circle markup process is strong love circle back or don't have a right circle shot say about philosophy tremendously by the Panthers here's who would right circle a dropped pass Barkov is disrupted by Jonathan it comes out of the zone lighting want to get a change will get a couple guys. off the bench but we has it back in the Panthers answer not a full change the lightning still one one pampers over to win the game on the power play weaker delayed exonerate circle shoots a bath lefty rebound shot of the left circle got taken by hunt saving about a lucky shot Atari say about Celeste even less circle had to try to clear Bob is that does that I think could drop get there to what may one day be possible unless circle.

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As Congress returns, House plans to expand Trump impeachment inquiry

Rush Limbaugh

03:40 min | 1 year ago

As Congress returns, House plans to expand Trump impeachment inquiry

"Something we just barely survived a clue to get rid of this president. just barely survived it. and what and that was the mother figure with that bombed out when that blew up in their face the hatred the intensity of it all just. magnifies. and our multiplies and that's that's that's what we are that's what we're up against the only thing Chuck trump isn't changing. what's changing is the level of intensity in my hatred aimed at him. and it's making some people nervous I can see it I can tell it's not hard to figure out. when you can watch fox half the people learn facts that well maybe not have the some of the people on fox no names mentioned here who started out being all and I'm from you can see him started to waver now here and it's all the surface stuff. because everybody wants peace and tranquility in can't we all just different not gonna get along can't they just be Sunday we don't hear trumps namely this that it now asin Democrat candidates they can't even get. the meeting to stop talking about trump and they would be one of the primary beneficiaries. never forget peace and tranquillity in Washington in the media only happens when Republicans agree to be the minority. when they agree that they're okay with losing back to the phones right shoulder Great Falls Montana great to have you on the key I beat at work a lot. Hey rush so here's the thing we all pretty much know that trump is fairly a moral about them in his personal life choices but the thing is pretty much really the same thing about every other politician the differences he's honest and open about it. interesting point give me give me the example of what you're talking about. what about all the different scandal that there are out in the world about all the different politicians you know all the things that come up over to the black face here and this person have this you know affair with his mistress over here well those are the raven the most often times try to keep him in but with trump we kind of need these phonies travel around with Jeffrey up steam. exactly exactly so all these things come out and none of us are surprised because we already assume that that's the case that they're gonna be hidden things about all these politicians difference with trump is that. hi Marc several Republican party's losses wears was run around only and spent this guy went on this family a wife for a woman in Argentina don't farm. he was on the Appalachian Trail are becoming one with nature like the Indians. in the same bag is that what you're talking about yes present it's not to some truck never abandoned anybody. and never be found on the Appalachian Trail if you've gone somewhere you tell you where it wasn't to be one of his golf courses. nothing against Appalachian Trail don't misunderstand incidents were Sanford semi went. no he didn't so you're thinking that troubles at least up front about it he's not a phony about it he's not trying to hide it I and and the things that he's doing trump all that or more important than what these. distractions are centerpoint basically. yeah absolutely he's actually doing the things that he said that he was going to do for the country exactly. is shell.

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"centerpoint" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"At centerpoint road construction is blocking two lanes and slowing the traffic down all the way back to Cleburne highway I'm sherry Rogers on your twenty four hour traffic leader anything from the weather center for two day mostly sunny skies on tap and like I mentioned we're gonna be warming up to about ninety three degrees are kind of getting back into that summertime pattern and board tomorrow same thing we're going to warm up to about ninety six the heat index values up to one hundred it's now ten oh seven DFW restaurant week second annual specialty bikes event this coming Thursday August first from six to ten PM at Crockett row and west seven a vibrant streetscape in the heart of fort worth cultural district join us for the beautiful atmosphere with an evening featuring music exclusive craft cocktails wines sampling and tasty five from the best an upcoming restaurants in the area buy your tickets now for information visit DFW restaurant week dot com benefiting North Texas food bank and Lena pope the call you the grill master you see the fix porterhouse literature shop and if you look at first for for your mouth you say for the most amazing offers during the Mercedes Benz summer event but the two thousand nineteen C. class sedan and GLC SUV the perfect recipe driving performance plus you can enjoy six months of Sirius XM all access the Mercedes Benz summer event now serving limited time offer select one of the vehicles offers and September third the best will your child be ready for kindergarten at Chester brook academy preschool the answer is yes our curriculum offers the perfect balance of learning and play our teachers personalized experience for each child through engaging activities to develop the skills they need to be ready for what comes next attended Chester brook academy open house on Saturday August third from ten AM to one PM to find a preschool near you click the banner for visit Chester brook academy dot com that's Chester brook academy dot com let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably most along and see if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having to mow the lawn again.

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"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"There. Yeah. Gotta stick up. By sticking. He nick. No doubt about that penalty. Called seven forty nine. Here we go again another big penalty kill for the lightning. Blue star with their second unit this time because a lot of the guys in the first unit just had that long ship. Bosak wins the draw from ruined left corner left circle. Bosak left circle. Sundquist centerpoint done, right circle. Gene. Schwartz shoots that might have been deflected wide or block or away. Done follows up. Lapointe keeps moving maroon by that. Gene Schwartz right point passed hits. Maroon stick radical Sundquist across the Tyler Bosak left circle. Said appoint Vince done right circle. Jeetan schwartz. No score were in the second blues on the power play Schwartz, right circle. Shoots. Save made by Vasyl Laskey rebound. Bosak left circle keeps moving behind the net. It's gonna pinball Schwartz in the right corner. He is checked and did come out. Yes. To stamp goes at center, ice, he'll slide. It for Sara Lee ready for change. He'll directed in line to get fresh penalty killers out there. One twelve left the Saint Louis power play. Done in front of the Saint Louis net. Takes it to center ice drops it off to Riley rally motoring up the middle at center. Swing for Shanta crossed the line high slot, Robert Thomas, centerpoint portrayal, right circle. Terasenko cross Riley left circle pizza left corner. Thomas left circle O'Reilly. Centerpoint portraying Gelo.

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"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Centerpoint a Wieger back for Barkov while circle shoots evening glove, and he holds odd so Coburn lost the pocket the blue line. It came back into the light the it. Stamkos. I'm not even sure if he meant to do it. But he knocked down the Florida player. Yeah. Got tremendous tripping. Unfortunately, the puck the puck bounced on Colbert and any fell down. Morale's? You would have been no problem whatsoever. You gotta get that puck county was three feet inside the blue line face off now to the right of the being on their last power play. The Panthers took six seconds to score Barkov wins the draw handle centerpoint, right point, hop and left Yandell, right point, Hoffman shoot. Save deming. Back to hop right circle. Right circle, data corner Barca zips it right circle Hoffman, right point. He handle right circle. Hoffman centers. Edit came in off a deflection from data off saving and to me. All right point light. It cannot get the puck. Good putt movement by the Panthers often right circle data off right point hop. Lapointe Yandell right point Hoffman Holtz shoots blocked in front by pocket grabbing a dad novel right point where circle it's Hoffman often holding by the bark off. Alexander box back for Hoffman, right circle. Centerpoint Keith, Yandell, right circle. Hoffman. Chips it toward Yandell ski to it left circle. Little seem pass data off circle of single who who Rudo point yet. Right should score. Well, he extends his point streak elating. Lot more power play goal tonight at seven three the same thing. They lost a face off clean. You lose the face off clean. He just couldn't get the puck. They couldn't get a hold of it or anything else. So now makes a closer game. Seven three now..

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"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It. Twelve forty nine remaining another icy against Nashville at the end of a long ship for the predators. That was a great play by Coburn. And he put it right out in front. But there wasn't a lightning player. I think couple of went to change shop to the right of Vinnie. Kerr's miller. Does win it left point hall. Centerpoint stamkos man, right automobile deal it behind the net billers after it right corner Girardi back for JT Miller, right circle. Right point stamp goes passes it for Miller, right circle. Tour's falls down Miller high slot coup drop. Open shoots just over the net. You bet. Stamkos right point a short pass back for Miller could shift here for the lightning Miller across as beat alluded Kuku and Smith will intercept take it out to the red line in late in get a much-needed line change. Lightning continue to bring heat, but they only have two shots on goal. The period. Lots zone time zone time twelve ten remaining Kuku on toss, Ernie etc. Is checked by Weber's handcuffed though by podcast who does rattle it into the predators. Hartman the other way for Yannick Weber middle Benito visa, cutting Yosi to the lighting's left circle. Yosi takes it wide behind the net. Josie peels back to the right circle. Still going centerpoint. He shoots the flex wide left. Circuits have after the rebound. We're going to clear it does Vanessa dot to center ice. Hartman turns with it lobs it back in eleven.

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"centerpoint" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"And this is our our centerpoint. This is the middle of the trio that we have on the bull rush. I thought Bill O'Brien had his best game as a coach this year. Next segment. I'll tell you why Bill O'Brien is not as bad as we all think. But if we're going to nitpick every single thing that Bill O'Brien does poorly. Whether it's a challenge, whether it's a timeout, etc. Etc. We have to be fair and also nitpick the good things that he does. Well, and I thought Bill O'Brien in the first quarter absolutely stole three points was three twenty four left to play in the first. There are already leading three nothing. It was third in twenty one from the Jacksonville. Forty six yard line. You probably not going to pick up a first down. You had the win at your back at that point. All you're trying to do is get enough yardage to get into Philip goal range he sneaks in a hat bag drawl. They get a pretty big gain forty seven yard field goal for Fairbairn drills. It I thought that was great game management able to get them up six nothing. If we're going to nitpick how many bad things Bill O'Brien does. I thought that was a really good move to still three points. Yeah. And I think right now the problem is with the feeling of Bill Brian around the city is because he's made so many bad decisions. It's hard to want to look at the positives. But he did a lot of things right in this game. And honestly, they'll enduring this four game win streak. I feel like he's done some things. Right to and I know these done a lot wrong. But when it comes to like the game plan that they had in place for the Jaguars was absolutely perfect. And who puts that game plan together. Bill O'Brien, and his coaches, the the play calling that he's had for the majority of these last four games, especially these last two games has been phenomenal. And that's Bill O'Brien doing that. And so I I know there's still a lot of negativity with him. I know he can be kind of petulant and a little bit surly during press conferences. But at the end of the day, I think he really is he's he's still about where we put him before the season started. He's about that twelve to thirteen th range. If you're ranking the coaches, he's not the best. He's not the worst. He's going to do more right than he does wrong. And I think that's what this is. That's why they are there on this four game win streak to be four and three going into a game against Miami right now. Stephen a Smith had some things to say about Bill O'Brien. We'll discuss that next. Also, do we all the Texans and apology us the ball rush? Or do they owe us a thank you seven one three five seven two four sixteen the DWI attorney dot com. Text line the bull. Rush, just beginning on sports radio six ten. Get.

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"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Kuku by the net, though, a script by Kevin Fiala who takes it. Right back to sue band, center points, right circle. Fiala across a spores. Berg left circle. Four on three for now for Nashville, y'all right circle, centerpoint shoe ban, right circle. Kevin Fiala centerpoint sue band, less fours, Burke, shoot fighting it off to me that was right on in thirteen seconds of five on three for the prince Fiala, right circle. Centerpoint sue, bam, fix the shot beats Fiala right circle. Jack, kicked up by demanding rebound Hansen, right circle. Fiala across as Forsberg left. Circle. Shoots. Another say demeaning with a blocker. Now a five on three SU band centerpoint blast the flex wide lap. UC out of the box has the left point center point to sue band, right circle. Fiala high slot Yosi left circle sue ban, right point, Yosi shoots the flex wide. Right lighting up three nothing but down to men right now machine in the near corner, stripped by fours, Burke, left point sue ban. Sees it up right point Yosi fire score. That was a Bob from Roldan. Yosi internet is a five on three. The first penalty had not yet expired up and over Louis demeans stick hand. And it is three to one. That was a pretty good penalty kill for the most part by the lightning. They had to surrender somebody when it's not meant when when they don't have the man advantage there. It happened to be Ryan Johannesen kind of in front of the net. And he's not a small body. Six three to twentieth. Top break for Louis Demane who did a really nice job made some big saves there. And he had to find his way around Ryan Johannesson in front. Just couldn't get to that left post in time to make the save their Delaney were eight seconds.

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"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Circuit. Jeff centerpoint, go, conquer shoot. Save by darling. Came out to challenge makes the save and holds on. It always talked about conquer as well. In the pre game. And he somebody that's playing with Tony Sara Lee had Yanni gourd. And that's pretty interesting line. Those are three guys that have some experience that can provide some scoring depth on the third fourth lines. There's some grit there's skill and, you know, in this type of atmosphere when a lot of regulars aren't playing for the Tampa Bay Lightning. That is a quote unquote of Goto line for the lightning. And it'll be interesting to see if they can crack the scoresheet here in the third period of put Tampa Bay on the board as they trail three to nothing. Carolina score a couple of goals late in the second period. And so far that has been the difference in this game. So against some younger players getting an opportunity to play. But you also have some veterans as well that are looking to make impact Andrew off. We saw with a big hit in the second period with Cedric Paquette. He is somebody that. Again, fourth line speed some physical nece, and I think all in all that's what you're looking for what you're talking about that bottom six four type energy physical play. It. Can't you chip in offensively? Just a little bit. I want to take a look at some key stats specifically shots-on-goal presented by the official shot of the Tampa Bay Lightning right now they have credited Carolina with nineteen shots on goal. Tampa Bay with eighteen both teams had seven shots on goal in that first period. All right when we return we'll try look at some scores from around the National Hockey League as we get set for the third period with Dave Michigan. Kaley Chellios on the call. So glad you're with us. Don't forget after the game. We're going to have the last call myself an Eric Earl and sin will be taking your tweets. And it'll be talking about this game. We talking about preseason in general and what we have to look forward to coming up for the regular season. But we're going to be doing that for the majority of the away games for she'll Matt Sabah does it for home games at Emily arena. But we're going to be doing last call for away games this year. And we're really looking forward to doing that. All right. We'll return right after this on leading radio when my hair gets along and scraggly, I don't feel sure of myself. It's like I'm just a little off. But after a haircut greatclips,.

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"centerpoint" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Did include delighting in innovative pay how about that i wonder if it's six one and they're down if he's that crazy on the go call or fit six one and their up does he go crazy on the seventh do we have one more of michigan back kucherov right circle drop back from victor hedman centerpoint shoots block but falling point left circle of circle to stamp goes centerpoint headman right circle coup drop fires good two how how does he not lose his entire voiced by the end of that broadcast so i tweeted this out the other day phil esposito said unbelievable like five times in the final minute when they just had a terrible end to the second period in game two must be throwing things in the press box during the break also grunts on air funny listen some sitting around yesterday and i get notification phil esposito seven likes your tweet and i go is this the real phyllis zito is not verified and it's not talked to get verified like i'm verified so anyone could get verified on twitter and it says the official account for phyllis zita so i guess he searches his name 'cause i didn't tag it i didn't even know he was on twitter i hope that is the real phyllis zita kenny albert follows him so i have to think that it is the real zito but hey i would love to get phil on because that broadcast crew at first i hated it but i really do like it now because michigan's crazy and i don't know how he keeps his voice up that at that level and phil either grunts says unbelievable or throws things probably in the press box if they're losing and probably throws things when they're winning so tampa makes that a series at two.

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"centerpoint" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz

Digital Production Buzz

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"centerpoint" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz

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