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"charles lockwood" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

05:15 min | 2 months ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"I said. now let's think about it guys. This guy was right. There are too many diggers at the ball game. But i don't want obviously relitigate. Adam jones torii hunter. We all know that you know we are way. This validates my point. But adam jones quickly re-litigating for years ago is that there was immediately video and it was immediately people saying no. He said that. Like if adam jones somebody yelled at the been video with this is all over the place. I whatever it's just a dumb. I mean this is so silly and it's gonna be you know it'll be a big story today but i think it'll float away. I think it could be wrong. I didn't see. I didn't see you guys referenced. In any of the articles. I saw the adam jones situation referenced in article about this but i didn't see like boston. Sports radio doubted that happened. It'd be the only one with the balls to say. Because i'm not an employee here but is it any coincidence that barstool pops up in colorado and all of a sudden screaming the bowl games mutton question. I mean this guy. I assumed some talk to this guy. Today i would think i don't know i don't do we ever hear from these people that you'd never get their side of the story. I don't think what do you mean by that. The you know you know talking about. I don't make it all fuss at the game. I feel always compel women team. I just loved screaming at lucky favorite yell at him and my kids are like dad. What are you doing like. I can't help but the guy is stress doing flipped. He's got a basketball look at the acrobats. The harry those are the real athletes harry. Don't don't worry about the about yawns. Look at lucky this guy. that's you can learn from. it must be. Let's be realistic. Not everybody's make the nba. Everybody can be a mascot. If only for one day. I love that. We're also gonna have an investigation. Where like worst case scenario be like. Yeah he did it. And i guess we just go back to our lives. I mean sam. Kennedy told me that he didn't believe adam jones when we got we talked about it like during the whole thing. We trying to get kind of calm down. He's like. I don't believe it either but we need to do this and i was like well. Why like. why did they say like on air. Like i'm not even sure if it happened or something like that. Yeah i mean you know. And like i said the torii hunter one. I think torii hunter's story was in the greg hill. People just like let it go. When he was on there was that ten kids would ever jumping up and down screaming the word in people in the stands cheering and laughing. That's just like it's just so it's so dominant so may made up know. I gotta show nessin until john. Henry stephens. That we can't we can't do it true. She's i don't know so we'll see what happens with that. With what else is going on you guys. Well i heard the same. I got the same award to you. Did your friend. Gary tanguay brought you up this morning. By the way. I i guess i guess they were talking about a list that the the most miserable people most miserable jobs in radio hosts was up there like the craziest radio. Host asked to use any doubt. I've never. I don't think i've ever met normal. Person hosts radio show amount of normal person is. Who's a normal person that we all know we deal with. You know jim. Murray seems like a fairly normal guy. Yeah that's true. I don't know him that well but that's true. He seems pretty. Well adjusted i think. Yeah maybe yeah. Maybe he's in but you know a big thing as mornings like it's such a you know. I think that now six. Am you've got to be. It's not like you're going to do a you know a job at six. Am you have to be on and going and it screws up your whole life. I don't think. I just don't think it's bill meant for for normal people which is anyone in entertainment to want the attention that you have to crave like the only reason you become a podcast or comedian or actor waste so people say how much they like you you need to quench that thirst. I guess you can't be a good one. That'd be normal right. I think you could probably just go into your job. You know all the jobs go. I don't know who knows so. I heard i don't know i don't know what he said. Yeah i'd say on the on the crazy scale. I'd give radio the nagyova. Tv buyer smidge. There you have is the biggest cycle tan. I had to deal with radio wise. Hold on hold on. Hold on hold on hold on. Who's that who's that that is Spouse okay recent support gary. Wow i'm trying to think now. Who is charles lockwood era. No i never met him. Guy was not no no no no. He's still alive right. yeah he's out in hawaii. He's gonna out there but he was sick for a while. But i think he's okay now. craziest radio guy owes remember over. May i i on this by. The way is scary. Doing everything is power to avoid. I know gary. I concur that brain spinning do it. Do i not do it. Really worth it ozo- ozone who's that. I have no idea i have no idea. Ozone is okay us crazy then. I saw pictures of them online at address somewhere that that that was fine as we here never worked with. How do i could tell you. There's one there was one person on this radio station if i mentioned his name though. Never let me on the air again..

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:23 min | 10 months ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on KOMO

"1000 FM 97 7 Amanda factor here that keeps you connected to your world and the latest on the fight against coronavirus on the radio online all the time Co Moh news KOMO Seattle KOMO FM. Oakville, The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour news station. From ABC News Time Chuck's Iverson outrage that there have been more than 10,000 yuko big cases in Florida for consecutive days, with Floridians waiting in line for hours to get tested. Dr Charles Lockwood, dean of the University of South Florida's college medicine, Every death from here on in is just a total tragedy because it's entirely preventable. US. Continuing to break covert record says ABC Is Trevor Off in California Just on Friday the recorded a staggering 41,000 cases. ICUs are nearly full statewide. But with nearly 150 Americans testing positive every minute across the country, This is a nationwide problem, the CDC says. By population, Tennessee has the worst infection rate in the country. We're seeing testing lines in Florida that are stretching for miles. Relief Bill Update A. B C's Faith a boob in Congress managing to avoid a government shutdown, passing a short term spending bill late Friday to fund the government for two more days. The short term, fix the giving lawmakers just 48 hours to finalize a covert relief package. Both sides say a deal is closed. But there is one significant hurdle language proposed by Republican Senator Pat Toomey. That would block the Biden administration from re launching several expiring lending programs after he takes off it or hacking suspected by foreign agents. Specifically Russia, which denies it of computer systems, in addition to the federal government ones connected to these solar winds account That from federal cyber security officials. They're investigating. No details on who or what may be affected. President elect Joe Biden nominating Congresswoman Deb Holland, who would be the first Native American in this job, I'm proud to stand here on the ancestral homelands of the will not be tribal nation. The president elect and vice president elect are committed. To a diverse cabinet, and I'm honored and humbled to accept their nomination for secretary. Of the interior. You're listening to ABC news. They're knocking on the door..

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Infamous 2005 season. We did have development still into December. Storms affected Florida this season with Hurricane ADA earlier this month, hitting us twice. Erica Rodriguez News radio 6 10 Wi OD. The Miami Dade Police Department confirms a veteran of the force has died from Cove in 19. Robert Gonzalez was on micro graphics supervisor who've been with the department for 28 years. In a tweet director friend. Ramirez offered his sympathy to the Gonzalez family, saying he will be sorely missed signs of a covert surge should be evident in about a week. That's the prediction of the University of South Florida. Doctor, Dr Charles Lockwood, who says now that people are returning home from Thanksgiving travel. Look for a spike in about 10 days, then an increase in hospitalizations in about two weeks in about three weeks will see an increase in deaths. Joe Biden may be wearing a walking boot for several weeks. Biden's personal physician says CT scan images reveal that the president elect contracted a hairline. Very small fracture in his mid foot while playing with his dog major. His team is saying there no obvious signs of a fracture. Reporters who were traveling with the president elect were held back and not allowed to see him. Enter that doctor's office Violence Administration is beginning to take shape. We're learning. He announced an all female team to lead his communications office. That's ABC. Rachel Scott, The driver who crashed his car into a Miami building overnight, has died. The wreck happened around midnight near Northwest, first place and 11th terror. The impact caused a gas leak in the apartment building had to be evacuated overnight. No reports anyone in the building was hurt. South Florida should be getting bogged down with snow birds now that Thanksgiving is over, but not this year. Land crossings of the border between the U. S and Canada have been banned since March, and all Canadians have been advised to avoid all non essential travel. But Bill Talbert with the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau, says he's not too worried about an off in season tainted love. Love, South Florida Love Miami members cold there, and it's warm here. Simple concept. It's real simple. In the meantime, he says, they're using cares Act money to launch a new campaign called Miami Land, luring domestic travelers to our parks and beaches, pent up demand for travel to Miami and Miami Beach, he says. There's no doubt South Florida will take an economic hit this winter. But once the vaccine is readily available, he expects tourists to come back and full force. Wendi Grossman News Radio's 16. The Bulut Teenagers seen on surveillance video breaking the water line to the Miss Cheesiest Sandwich Shop on Biscayne Boulevard are now apologizing and trying to make things right after that video went viral this weekend. The teams were kicked out Saturday night because they refused to wear masks outside. Two of the four could be seen vandalizing the building. The owner posted the video soon after Saturday night's into incident, and it went viral. By Sunday. Three of those teams were back at the store apologizing, offering to pay for the damages. Curtains. Air rising in Britain as some of London's leading feeders prepared it reopened from a covert shutdown written, says London's theaters can reopen this week providing they observe social distancing. We are going to give you Great entertainment. That is fun, funny and joyful, because goodness made Isn't that what we all need now? Nica Burns, who owns six theaters in London's West End is taking the plunge restarting shows despite limits on ticket sales. That Fox is Simon Oh, in reporting. The forecast is next as South Florida's first news continues. I'm Rory O'Neill. NewsRadio 6 10 w Y o D. It all started with the grilled cheese sandwich. Two simple pieces of bread some butter on a slice of American cheese. But after making it day after day week after week, I hungered for more Colby provolone Gouda, But Buddha wasn't good enough. I wanted great, I added tomatoes, pickles, jalapenos. If I could birth, this gooey work of art in my tiny, modest kitchen, Imagine what I could do in a gourmet chef's kitchen. So I Told US bank about loaning me some extra cheddar. Now I had too matchy skill and a superior Krell equal housing lender member F D I C Today,.

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"You could focus on hiring the person who's a good fit. Claim. You're $75 credit for your first posted indeed dot com slash credit terms. Conditions apply. I'm stand Morris. His radio 6 10 W two women are expected to recover after getting shot in a BB gun drive by Fort Lauderdale. Police investigators say the incident happened Friday, Person fired a BB gun out of a vehicle window as it passed by a group of Trump supporters. It's the beginning of a dramatic shift in Miami Dade County government. The term limit Charter amendment County voters passed in 2012 is taking effect with a handful of commissioners being forced out of office in about a week, including care Audrey Edmondson. Without departure, there would be a loss of more than 80 years of combined experience on the board of Townie commissioners as nearly half the commissioner's including myself term out, followed by the departure of another five commissioners in 22 commissioners and outgoing Mayor Carlos Gimenez were given proclamations and keys to the county starting today. Drivers with suspended licenses have a chance to get their driving privileges back. Infifty Florida counties. Orange County Clerk of court says operation Green Light gives people a chance to set up a payment plan. We're also going to weigh the collection fee that oftentimes is an additional expense to back unto the citizen, so that's being weighed at this time. Counties around the state are holding Operation Green light events over the next two weeks. Check with your local court clerk's office. South Florida isn't at his path. The storm is in the Caribbean, moving toward the Cayman Islands in Cuba, where it is expected to be late Saturday and into Sunday. A tropical depression is expected to skirt the southern coast and southwestern Coast, Florida beginning Monday. Are you already making holiday plans? Dr. Charles Lockwood with USF has.

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"News, traffic and weather thiss is news radio F L, A Tampa and w X TV HD to Clearwater. Two women are expected to recover after getting shot in a BB gun drive by Fort Lauderdale. Police investigators say the incident happened Friday person fired a BB gun out of a vehicle window as it passed by a group of Trump supporters. It's the beginning of a dramatic shift in Miami Dade County government. The term limit Charter amendment County voters passed in 2012 is taking effect with a handful of commissioner is being forced out of office in about a week, including chair Audrey Edmondson. Without departure, there would be a loss of more than 80 years of combined. Periods on the board of Townie commissioners as nearly half the commissioner's including myself term out bottle by the departure of another five commissioners in 22 commissioners and outgoing Mayor Carlos Gimenez were given proclamations and keys to the county. Starting today, drivers with suspended licenses have a chance to get their driving privileges back Infifty, Florida counties. Orange County Clerk of court says Operation Green Light gives people a chance to set up a payment plan work also going to weigh the collection fee that oftentimes is an additional expense to that to the citizen. So that's being weighed at this time. Counties around the state are holding Operation Green light events over the next two weeks. Check with your local court clerk's office. South Florida isn't at his path. The storm is in the Caribbean, moving toward the Cayman Islands in Cuba. Where it is expected to be late Saturday and into Sunday. Tropical depression is expected to skirt the southern coast and southwestern Coast, Florida beginning Monday. Are you already making holiday plans? Dr. Charles Lockwood with USF has.

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Shut down businesses again? How does this continue to effect of the economy And how long will it take for the economy to recover my guest? Coral? Gibbons will address those questions and more in just a few minutes. But right now, you're some of the top stories from around the state of Florida this week. A USF doctor sees reason for optimism amid rising Corona virus numbers. Even though cases have gone up, Dr. Charles Lockwood says Our death rate is one of the lowest in the country. He says. That's because more young people are falling ill and their cases aren't usually fatal. He also tells CNN while the virus is spreading in Florida were much better prepared than we were when the virus first in hospitals and have enough beds in ventilators on hand. Teachers across Ford are fighting back against what they call a tone. Deaf Order States education commissioner recently called for all public charter schools to be open for in person warning this fall. President of 10 unions that represent thousands of teachers, though called that order reckless and they said it could endanger the health of students, educators and their families. Governor Rhonda Santa, said. Whole instructor, education officials toe work with local districts. We on county school leaders, though, believe they have found a way to get students back in the class safely. Superintendent Rocky Hannah announced secondary school students who up for in person warning would take three classes a day when school starts next month. Those classes will last longer, though in an attempt to keep students in the same place and reduce the amount of time they're moving between classes. While the classes will be longer at 105 minutes, the length of the school day will remain the same. A state appears to be willing to be flexible when it comes to schools. Reopening in South Florida Governor Rhonda Status was in Miami earlier this week, and he said he wants education officials toe work with local districts. He adds that he understands Miami is different, and its response to reopening schools will be different than in other parts of the state. Florida Senator Marco Rubio says the state will have to get creative and flexible when it comes to reopening schools. Rubio tell CNBC squawk box the richest in reopening schools are not insignificant, but the cost of not doing so are extraordinary. Republican says While most Florida counties will be able to safely reopened, high risk counties will have to take additional safety measures in order for kids to return to class forms. Or view adds, It isn't going to be school the way we're used to in normal times, But at some point you have to make the decision to reopen on a cost benefit analysis. The governor is facing a legal challenge over a recent judicial appointment. Windemere State Rupp Geraldine Thompson filed a suit over the appointment of Ra Naphtha Frances to the state Supreme Court. Thompson says the Palm Beach County Circuit Court judge is ineligible because she hasn't been a member of the Florida bar for 10 years, as required by law. Francis will meet the 10 year mark in September. But Thompson claims the law requires judges to meet the requirement before their appointed. A city in Bay County is showing it's serious about enforcing social distancing guidelines. Panama City Beach officials last week cited a front beach road business for violating those guidelines. The restaurant allegedly had more customers inside. Then what's allowed, the city manager tells News 13 if they were not vigilant the virus Will only get worse. A pet owner is upset with the punishment handed down to the man who killed her dog in Volusia County. A judge sentenced knew someone a beach is Robert Ka yet to probation for felony animal cruelty. A 30 year old was caught on video intentionally running over a dog last year on Tredway Road. The dog's owner wanted the maximum punishment of five years in prison, she tells the news journal Kayak got a slap on the wrist and the system is failing when it comes to animal cruelty. And those were some of the top stories from around the state of Florida this week coming up in just a moment, I speak with economist Carl Gibbons, and then we'll talk with a tech expert on video conferencing for work while you're at home. So that's all coming straight ahead on this edition of the Ford a roundtable attention homeowners do you have a house is in need of serious repairs. Do you have tenants that never seem to make their monthly payments about code violations past due taxes or maintenance costs? You just.

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"This holiday weekend. There's been an increased focus on whether young people they're fueling the spread of cold at 19 CBS's David beg no reports he's scared of getting sick from the West Coast in San Francisco. It's not goingto Really stopped me from like going out to the East Coast in Boston. I just President don't care. Yeah, got sick and down south in Atlanta. I'm definitely seeing a lot fewer people wearing masks of young people are out enjoying the warmer weather. But according to health officials, they might also be spreading and contracting the Corona virus as people pack into parks, beaches, restaurants, bars and even concerts. Cases arising in at least 37 states with surges among young people linked to everything from fitness classes to summer fraternity parties. They may be indirectly or hurting people. By infecting someone who then infect someone who then infect someone who's vulnerable. In Arizona. Nearly half of the Corona virus cases are people 22 44 years old. Last week, President Trump held a rally in the state. Where a crowd of around 3000 people were mostly young and massless. In Hays County, Texas, about 30 miles outside of Austin. Young adults make up more than half of all cases. In the state of Florida, which is a Corona virus. Hot spot. The highest number of cases are among people between the ages of 25 34 years old. If I get it, Um then you live with your consequences, boy in our own. Osofsky lives in West Palm Beach, Florida. 25 year old salesman told us he wears a mask in places where it's required. But he doesn't want Corona virus to stop him from living life. I need something to unwind. And some people like reading some people work now I like, you know, going and seeing other people a cz. Well, now, if if I had to go out and do that with a face mask right if they required it to wear facemasks Sure I'll do that. But if they don't require, I would choose not to. What have you observed over the last few weeks? As it pertains to cool of 19 in Florida. The age of cases is what is most remarkable that has been dropping steadily. Dr. Charles Lockwood is senior vice president of University of South Florida health. He's administered more than 300 Corona virus tests himself, and he is alarmed by the spike among young people. It really is consistent with what we've been observing, which is incredible noncompliance. With wearing facemasks social distancing, particularly among young adults and teenagers. The problem is that while you may not die on, you may not even know you're sick. You may be killing other people my pants pretty yet I would not be able to lose myself. Sofia Carrie own lives with her parents in Los Angeles. And she says she strict about social distancing and wearing the mask. The 23 year old has a message to other young people who are not taking the virus as seriously. Yeah, it's not just about you. I think that's like a big mind status. People have, like, Oh, I get it like I'll be fine ish. Maybe, but you don't want to pass it to someone who could be more war role more susceptible. Yes, it is true that older people are far more susceptible to contracting the virus and having a bad outcome. But at the end of the day, younger people are dying to CBS's David Bed. No Coming up the mental cost of discrimination. That's next on the CBS News weekend Round up the CBS News weekend Roundup is sponsored by LegalZoom. If you run a small business, you should use legal zoom to make sure you're set up for success. Goto legalzoom dot com to take care of your business needs and at our promo code security in the box of check out Little that I know when I joined Kaiser Permanente that it would be on my top 10 list for what has made this year. Agree. I can see my position. I could be referred to the lab. I can then be referred to the pharmacy on the same building. You've got it all. I mean, it's it's quality of care. It's compassion of care is convenience of care, Mr. Every medical cases unique. Kaiser Foundation of Analytic States to 11 East Jefferson Street ruffle Maryland two's early if I do Hi. I'm Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans. 30% of Americans who are planning home improvements of $5000 or more will pay for those renovations.

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"They're fueling the spread of covert 19. CBS's David beg No reports not scared of getting sick from the West Coast in San Francisco. It's not goingto Really stopped me from like going out to the East Coast in Boston. I just President don't care. Yeah, got sick and down south in Atlanta. I'm definitely seeing a lot fewer people wearing masks of young people are out enjoying the warmer weather. But according to health officials, they might also be spreading and contracting the Corona virus as people pack into parks, beaches, restaurants, bars and even concerts. Cases arising in at least 37 states with surges among young people linked to everything from fitness classes to summer fraternity parties. They may be indirectly or hurting people. By infecting someone who then infect someone who then infect someone who's vulnerable. In Arizona. Nearly half of the Corona virus cases are people 22 44 years old. Last week, President Trump held a rally in the state. Where a crowd of around 3000 people were mostly young and massless. In Hays County, Texas, about 30 miles outside of Austin. Young adults make up more than half of all cases. In the state of Florida, which is a Corona virus. Hot spot. The highest number of cases are among people between the ages of 25 34 years old. If I get it, Um then you live with your consequences, boy in our own. Osofsky lives in West Palm Beach, Florida. 25 year old salesman told us he wears a mask in places where it's required. But he doesn't want Corona virus to stop him from living life. I need something to unwind. And some people like reading some people at work. Now I like, you know, going and seeing other people a cz. Well, now, if if I had to go out and do that with a face mask right if they required it to wear facemasks Sure I'll do that. But if they don't require, I would choose not to. What have you observed over the last few weeks? As it pertains to cool of 19 in Florida. The age of cases is what is most remarkable that has been dropping steadily. Dr. Charles Lockwood is senior vice president of University of South Florida health. He's administered more than 300 Corona virus tests himself, and he is alarmed by the spike among young people. It really is consistent with what we've been observing, which is incredible noncompliance. With wearing facemasks social distancing, particularly among young adults and teenagers. The problem is that while you may not die, and you may not even know you're sick, you may be killing other people my pants, but I would not be able to lose myself. Sofia Carrie own lives with her parents in Los Angeles, and she says she strict about social distancing. And wearing the mask. The 23 year old has a message to other young people who were not taking the virus as seriously. Yeah, it's not just about you. I think that's like a big mind set. Those people have, like, Oh, I get it like I'll be fine ish. Well, maybe, but you don't want to pass it to someone who could be more war more susceptible. Yes, it is true that older people are far more susceptible to contracting the virus and having a bad outcome. But at the end of the day, younger people are dying to CBS's David. Coming up the mental cost of discrimination..

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Negative test results Amy Gatlin a nurse tells news channel eight she's concerned about how many people are being exposed to the disease while they're waiting I was governor to seat us to know that this is not just about an individual's twenty their test results this is a bigger picture the Florida department of health says it's looking into the delays so where are the tests Dr Charles Lockwood dean of the U. S. help more Sani college of medicine in Tampa says the lack of test kits and the method of testing is preventing medical officials from getting a handle on who's infected and assume every surface you touch is in fact in public but assume that public services are in fact at the summit everybody you meet as in fact it and if you assume that you probably won't get infected Lockwood says the number of patients identified as being infected with covert nineteen is much smaller than the number of people who actually are infected Florida agriculture commissioner Nikki freed once the federal government to act as quickly as possible deliver to deliver part of the new stimulus package to help farmers sent a letter to U. S. agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue Nikki freed wrote that many of Florida's forty seven thousand growers are sitting on surpluses as restaurants and other establishments have closed because of covert nineteen freed said farmers need the federal aid to continue harvesting and assisting local food banks and school meal programs I'm John Conrad for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information Tampa Bay traffic and weather just moments away with Florida's news on Chris track man we were all going about doing things these days has changed but one thing that hasn't is Los commitment to our customers during this very important time we're here.

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The coronavirus in Florida and the results are coming back more quickly many testing sites now have a forty five minute test we also expect that hospital systems very soon we'll be getting this five minute test from Abbott laboratories and so the way they're going to do it abit because they're just going to send it to various hospital systems throughout the state of Florida governor Ron DeSantis says more than sixty thousand people have now been tested the Florida department of health reports six thousand seven hundred forty one confirmed cases of coronavirus in Florida and eighty five deaths during her Tuesday press conference Tampa mayor Jane castor ask Dr Charles Lockwood dean of USF health more sunny college of medicine to talk about the importance of social distancing the viruses were spread by what a call respiratory droplets basically the crop of sort of credit when you sneeze or cough if your mother is six feet away the restaurant droplets will not reach you and you won't be acquired the infection that way although Dr Lockwood says the viruses also spread by touching contaminated surfaces Florida's agriculture commissioner Nikki freed once the federal government to act as quickly as possible to deliver part of a new stimulus package to aid farmers in a letter to U. S. agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue Nikki freed wrote that many of Florida's forty seven thousand growers are sitting on surpluses as restaurants have closed because of covert nineteen her office is still waiting to hear how much of the stimulus money will be allocated to Florida's farmers prisons are being affected by the corona virus the department of corrections reports twelve prison workers around the state have tested positive for covert nineteenth no inmates have tested positive with Florida's news I'm John Conrad studies have shown today's retirees will need one point seven million on average to retire comfortably that is not true five hundred thousand may not be enough for a sixty five year old couple to retire on not anymore why because now with the new financial option I. R. I..

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Stay to the left of that I'm Ricky was Tony's radio six and W. Y. O. D. it is becoming easier to get tested for the coronavirus in Florida and the results are coming back more quickly many testing sites now have a forty five minute test we also expect the hospital systems very soon we'll be getting this five minute test from Abbott laboratories and so the way they're going to do it it happens because they're just going to send it to various hospital systems throughout the state of Florida governor Ron DeSantis says more than sixty thousand people have now been tested the Florida department of health reports six thousand seven hundred forty one confirmed cases of coronavirus in Florida and eighty five deaths during her Tuesday press conference Tampa mayor Jane castor ask Dr Charles Lockwood dean of USF health more sunny college of medicine to talk about the importance of social distancing the viruses were spread by what a call respiratory droplets basically the proper sort of credit when you sneeze or cough if your mother is six feet away the restroom droplets will not reach you and you won't acquire the infection that way although Dr Lockwood says the viruses also spread by touching contaminated surfaces Florida's agriculture commissioner Nikki freed once the federal government to act as quickly as possible to deliver part of a new stimulus package to aid farmers in a letter to U. S. agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue Nikki freed wrote that many of Florida's forty seven thousand growers are sitting on surpluses as restaurants have closed because of covert nineteen her office is still waiting to hear how much of the stimulus money will be allocated to Florida's farmers prisons are being affected by the corona virus the department of corrections reports twelve prison workers around the state have tested positive for covert nineteen no inmates have tested positive with Florida's news I'm John Conrad regional social media the topic comments and opinions your welcome to join stay connected with news radio six ten on Facebook W. Y. O. D..

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"To the left of that I'm making for Sony's radio six and W. Y. O. D. we'll see an increase in cloud cover as we head through the overnight hours a chance of rain showers or could be an isolated thunderstorm lows in the mid the mid seventies rain showers around to begin Wednesday then sunny in the afternoon high in the upper eighties with updates around the clock in South Florida so severe weather station on the weather channel's marks a bit when he's ready six ten W. why would these it is becoming easier to get tested for the coronavirus in Florida and the results are coming back more quickly many testing sites now have a forty five minute test we also expect that hospital systems very soon we'll be getting this five minute test from Abbott laboratories and so the way they're going to do it out there because they're just gonna send it to various hospital systems throughout the state of Florida governor Ron DeSantis says more than sixty thousand people have now been tested the Florida department of health reports six thousand seven hundred forty one confirmed cases of coronavirus in Florida and eighty five deaths during her Tuesday press conference Tampa mayor Jane castor ask Dr Charles Lockwood dean of USF health more sunny college of medicine to talk about the importance of social distancing the viruses were spread by what a call respiratory droplets basically the proper sort of credit when you sneeze or cough if your mother is six feet away the restaurant droplets will not reach you and you won't be acquired the infection that way although Dr Lockwood says the viruses also spread by touching contaminated surfaces Florida's agriculture commissioner.

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Virus news traffic and weather this is news radio WFLA Tampa and W. X. T. B. H. D. to clear water there are now six thousand seven hundred forty one cases of confirmed coronavirus in Florida and eighty five deaths according to the Florida department of health Dr Charles Lockwood dean of USF health more sunny college of medicine in Tampa says the lack of test kits on the method of testing is preventing medical officials from getting a real handle on who is infected with covert nineteen Dr Lockwood says from a practical standpoint you should assume everyone's infected and keep your distance from every surface you touch is in fact in public make sure you wash your hands frequently use hand sanitizer but assume that public services are in fact it the server with everybody you meet is infected and if you assume that you probably won't get infected there is still no decision yet on whether a Holland America cruise ship will be allowed to dock in fort Lauderdale four people have died aboard the sand Domon nearly two hundred guests and crew have flu like symptoms including at least eight who have tested positive for corona virus designed Domon sister ship Rotterdam are expected to arrive in South Florida late Wednesday or early Thursday a federal appeals court is refusing to reconsider a ruling on felons who have served their time but are not being allowed to vote before paying all court ordered fees fines and restitution the ruling says the state cannot bar felons from voting if they are genuinely unable to pay their obligations using a hot show on Netflix to worker cold case Hillsborough County sheriff Chad Chronister says his detectives are getting calls about the twenty three year old disappearance of tiger rescuer don Lewis we've had six on average non credible yet a lot of theories culminating on who they believe committed this homicide that they've even believe it's a homicide with Florida's news I'm John Conrad it's times like these that remind us of what's most important in life our loved ones and our families it international diamond center we understand this and we want you to know our family is here for you right now IDC.

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On Sunday right now we have cloudy skies and fifty eight degrees seven oh five rock radio legend Charles Lockwood dera is back in Boston WBZ's Jeff brown got a chance to catch up with him earlier today all right so the big question I have you are in Boston today but you live in Hawaii why now of all times what are you doing here well first of all I come here every year at this time because a long time ago when I would go to the patriots football games I would sit in the stands you know and have a trash bag over my head and the at the time that that was I think when the Solomons on the team I would sit on those cold bleachers and at that time I buy tickets season ticket since so I bought for them and then all of a sudden that their crafts in the parts you know the Parcells thing and then the Belichick thing and it turned out that my tickets now are so incredibly valuable so I come every year for one game and this year I'm going to go to the game in Kansas city in homes so that's that's the game to be out there you hit the lottery that those tickets by the way that's great I know in the end you know but it's still cold in fact walking up the steps to get to your studios I had so much so many layers on that I had done my twenty minute cardio that might trainer asked me to do this this must be this is a rude awakening for you be on and in Boston with this weather but you know what you're used to it so what are you up to these days we don't know I'm doing a show at the Wilbur theater on December the tenth it's kind of what they're calling my first of farewells who have such a good idea no but this will really be my last time I think you know they are doing public stuff because it's been twenty years since I've been on the radio but I wanted to get together one last time have a a big gathering of all the people who listen to W. B. C. and for the thirty years that I was on the radio and and of course that would be different generations different eras so some of the people in the audience I won't know who Billy west is some of them won't know who joined Glasscock as you know all the different things that different areas of WBCN will mean different things to different people but this on December tenth of the world there will be a gathering of all of us will just get together as a final farewell show and will will will ask questions we'll talk about things and and nobody will know all the stories I'm the only one who knows all the stories are so I'm that's there for thirty years so we'll sort of share that and and I think and we pretty cool hi so here's a couple things I cannot believe that you have not been on the air for twenty years can't believe BCN has gone but I think I I here here's the thing I think a lot of people I think you're gonna be surprise ending a lot of people still remember that radio station and still love that radio station yeah we had there was a time I mean it you know people say oh Charles you know yet so you're so great is this a great and it really wasn't me it was that it was a radio station when I was just lucky enough to work Dennis station that you didn't even need to have a radio back in those days you could walk from but downtown Boston all the way to Cambridge the college students had it in their dorms blasting out the windows all the stores had W. B. C. and the portable radios would would you know would just listening to the radio was like underground radio and it was great and tickets for the BC and reunion at the.

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

13:07 min | 2 years ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Radio station, politics, and rock and roll changed everything. This is about the film WBZ, Ed and the American revolution. And tonight, our guest is the person who made that film Billington Stein. How do you do Bill? Good evening. How are you? I am great. I'm so thrilled to have you here. You you visited me some time back. Now, your film is done. And it is winning awards and is a big event on Saturday night, the twenty-seven, correct? Tell me about that Boston premiere of of the documentary, and it's the centerpiece spotlight. Film of the independent film festival of Boston at the Somerville theater at seven thirty this coming Saturday night. So you're gonna show the film, and you showed me a little bit before this spectacular. I love it the footage. You have early Boston his killer. What else goes on besides the airing of the film at the Somerville theater on Saturday? The twenty seventh is happens. You know, a lot with festivals. I will be there as director, but also many of the people from WBZ, and the original announcers and staff were in the film will be there. Antiquarians Robin, Robin young will be moderating discussion and will be there for half hour. Forty five minutes after the film dancer questions into. Talk about the history of WBZ n and it's it's ongoing impact. So Bill we have the luxury of time. So I get to ask you about things like your involvement with filmmaking. You have a long long history with filmmaking. Tell me about that. Sure. You know, my first love was radio. And I worked starting at the age of fourteen WBZ end I volunteering and then ended up on the air and then worked for ABC news for a number of years where he learned about putting a picture to sound and and then have been working on films. You know since then but get the gig at NBC news, ABC ABC news. I was recruited out of Columbia journalism with a woman named Amy and tell us who's now the head of documentaries for CNN who's had a spectacular career. The two of us were slept in twenty twenty just got on the air. And they were looking for some young journalism students who could help do research on investigative stories. So you're fourteen and you got the gig on listeners, and then you. I went through high school. And then I guess you went off to college about four years later right at Columbia. Why went to Brown and Columbia journalism Oakland graduate school was there for a year? And then ended up in av sea of about seven years. I continue from time to time finding clarification on something. I'll interrupt. Okay. So the the Columbia film school. Take it from there so journalism school, and I graduated went to work for ABC news, and then interestingly in the mid eighties at that point, the only place that you could really do television production where the networks the control rooms, and all of the things you needed to do fancy, you know, TV and video production were very expensive. And we're controlled by the networks, but by the mid eighties. The price of a lot of the equipment started to drop, and I ended up producing show for ABC television with Jimmy breslin the columnists called Jimmy breslin people, and we were producing it out of this sort of rundown building on the west side, which today, I think is where they produce the daily show in this little studio with just a lot of thrown together requirement, and it was the first time that you could actually go in and create your own video productions without going through a network. And so at that point, I got the starting my own company and doing my own. Productions was mid to late eighties and been doing it ever since what of the productions. We did a film called west forty-seven street that followed for people with serious mental illness over three years report of a program in New York that aired on PBS POV in one. The Atlanta film festival and was also verite no interviews and it really put a face on on. You know, I think homeless and some of them are chronically Quanta case of mental illness and showed the people can and do recover, you know, a lot of work for ABC news for Nightline for twenty twenty over the years. We've produced a public radio series called the infinite mind for about ten years on NPR stations looked at the mind and mental health sort of a broad range of stuff. But this was a story that this film was story. I wanted to tell for a long time. In fact, you know, fifty years ago when I was a P C N. I was already collecting tapes of things that seemed you know, like, they would be. Important or interesting some day. And and they were and they were. Now, bring it back to this film. What you showed me on your iphone there? And I appreciate that little preview. Paints a picture of context? It's important understands. You're going to understand this film nineteen sixty eight the year after the summer love sixty-seven took about a year for that. To get here. And it did. And it got here it landed on Boston common. Nineteen sixty eight Neil young lad of thirteen I believe you. And you're watching or listening to the news talked about these parasite infested youth on the common. And you said that sounds good to me I'm going down there. And you did tell me that story. So before the internet, you know, the way you found out what was going on in the world, particularly if you ten eleven twelve first and foremost was life magazine would arrive every week and on the cover would be some. So there was a series of articles in life magazine about the hippies the summer of love when what was going on in San Francisco, and all these bands. And but it was so far away in kind of abstracted and suddenly in the summer of sixty seven thirteen years old in Brookline. I turn on the TV, and is a urgent news report that the hippies who previously had largely been in San Francisco in New York had a ride. Live on the Boston common. And there they were and they had frisbees and folk guitar long hair. And and I I literally just got without telling my parents and got on the T and went to the communist see for myself, what was going on. And it was you know, like a carnival. It was it was amazing. But that's what really began in Boston. The, you know, I think the tension between the establishment and the counterculture, and and and it sort of grew from there. So when you got to the common how did that strike you? Did you say these are my people or we horrified. You know, I was I was struck by the fact that a lot of these kids were my age, and yet they were somehow just there and I actually sometime after that. I'm not sure how long after that. But I actually decided I was going to run away. Okay. And went to project place, which was a counseling center, but they also would they had housing for runaway kids. And I actually went there and spent the night to there, and I think the counselor after we found out called my mom and said, look, you know, what loan stay for night to he'll be coming home soon. But I met all of these kids who some of whom were fourteen fifteen sixteen years old who were just travelling the country without parents, and it was the beginning of this whole sort of youth revolution. So you felt something that I felt as well and need to get away. Yeah. What can you talk about that? Do you understand that? Because I really don't even yet understand it. But you've done a documentary based on that what what about this need to get away. Your parents are perfectly fine. I'm guessing it's it it might case. In in a lot of cases, it's something you have to get away from. But it's the prospect of something that is new and different. And I think the Boston tea party, which was this club where you could go in here the who with Rison role in cork opening for them for three dollars and light shows. In you know, I think that was just a whole new way of looking at the world that was youth oriented. It was new exciting. And I think it became a huge draw for young people, especially when when contrasted with what was at that point, the residual nineteen fifties America of variety shows and suits and ties. And so you felt an urgency to be part of this didn't quite know. How to do it felt like getting running away with step number one one window to it one doorway to it would be WBZ N? Yeah. I guess so how did you become aware of WBZ? And and talk about getting on the listener line because that's a key key step to do that B C N was was sort of ground zero in Boston. And a lot of ways. How did you? I hear about it. So I in the eighth grade. I had a teacher who decided she was going to take a bunch of us on a field trip. And we went to visit WBZ and Charles Lockwood era gave us a tour showed us the AP machine and these the record library, and it was just no I I grew up loving radio. And so actually being a radio station was amazing. But it just seemed impossibly cool just like an amazing place or ear- early impressions of Charles. And was he the same Charles? Then the is today just very self-assured and hip, and and you know, had a very clever way of describing things, and you know, we asked him questions, and he gave thoughtful answers, you know, and he was very impressive to a young kid. He was a very impressive figure when when I first met him. How did you actually get an a listener line? So that was the by the ninth grade, I was in an open classroom program in Newton and one day a week. We're all supposed to go off and get. A volunteer job. So some people went to, you know, a volunteer university or national guard, you know, a head, you know, offices, or so I had been listening to CNN, and I think I just called up and said is a possible to volunteer there. And they had just started the listener line, which was you know, as we talked about in the film B C N became such a central focus of people's lives that people would call the station when they had questions if they needed something and BC, and was very receptive. But it got to the point where people on the air. Couldn't do this shows because there were so many people calling and so they set up a a line where listeners told you can call with any questions you need a ride to New York yet lost your dog, whatever it is. And so I was fortunate. They just set it up and they needed people answer the phone and so. I started going on Wednesdays an answering the show line. And that's kind of Jacob of the time. And the vibe just it became you. Didn't just take requests. You're clearing house of information on lots of stuff like jug overdoses and band information. And where where can I get this? As you say can I get a ride? It was the Google of its time, and we pride ourselves something aim able if not to answer any question, they have a good answer about where people could call if we couldn't answer the question, but we match people up who needed rides. And and then I made I made a transition not long after that, Danny Schecter who became the news. Dissect the station, but was doing all the news by himself. A one day when I was finishing up handed me of Sony portable tape. Recorder audio recorder and said do me a favor. Take this recorder push this red button when you get they'll go up the street to the Boston police main headquarters on Berkeley street. There's a demonstration about the killing the murder of a Black Panther named. Fred Hampton and ask people. Why are you here, which of course, is the perfect question for a fourteen year old why are you here? And so I went and interviewed a lot of people came back. And then he said, well, listen through them and find the good ones, and suddenly I was starting to do news. And then one of the things that I did of fairly early on was to begin to to edit these kind of montage presentations, which would have music and comedy and Dixon talking about that a little bit became sort of a signature I need to break. Stick opinion that it's WBZ. You recognize my voice. Jay talking. News Radio ten thirty WBZ gets results for thousands of New England businesses. If you want to grow your business, listen to this..

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We are talking pets. Not just regular pets an exotic pets and New England wildlife, and we have Dr Greg March Devi em, and we have a son Zach Mertz one of his sons Zach Mertz, thanks for being in the studio here guys, thanks for having us. Thank you very much. So you come to us, by way of Chachi low pret- who was the prize manager over at WBZ. And and how do you know Chachi? Well, I met Chachi years ago through Charles Lockwood era, and he was a client. He had Charles had a lot of different kinds. And we ended up. We started running camps at the wildlife center, and we used to go into the studio with the kids, and that's how I met Chachi. Then after that Chachi has chickens, and he started coming with chickens kind of animals that Charles have already have. Pay had dogs, and he had pigs and a variety of other things. I remember came to me once the hamster, so yeah, it's three or four different kinds. And again, they were oddball pets. It's interesting that you are connected with Chachi. I had a dream about Checchi the other day Chacha if you're listening. It's it was a weird dream. So I was in a car with Chachi and a girl the girls with me strings the girl had scars interface. It looks like road burn or something. Like she wiped out on a motorcycle and charged with driving really fast screaming Chachi after awhile. He's going so fast. I got nervous and said let me out stopped the car. Let me out. He's he's last ha ha keeps on going fast and finally screaming at him. Stop the car. I'm serious and he's like, oh, all right fine stops the car that me out. And then the rest of the dream was this, girl and. And me trying to get to wherever we're going. We're James awared, right? Dreams. So the great innovations of our lives. I remember Charles when I was a little kid. He's drive. This is really cool fast car Audi. Yeah. His his bumper sticker said, you haven't a prayer. And I never forget that. And I don't know if this is the same outy, but he had nitrous in one of his and he blew up his. He blew up his car by misusing the nitrous. And he he was making a lot of bread at the time. I think he could probably afford it. Okay. Now here you are all are doing great work. You we have Dr Greg is the CEO chief medical and program director of the knowing England wildlife center and sons Zac, March is executive director at the wildlife center. And this is the director knowing the wildlife center in one's in Weymouth and one's where's the other one? Yeah. There was in barnstable Cape. So you do the same basic thing at two locations. And if I understand it correctly, you work with ROY England wildlife and that sort of funded by taking care of exotic pets in part. Yes. That's right. What did I not get right there? Well, no you. Yeah. You got everything right? We are one large organization that has two different locations. We have two different hospitals, and we see exotic animals as a mechanism for providing funds to the nonprofit. And we also do lots of fundraising and events and writing proposals to foundations and and sort of thing and the sort of overarching goal of the nonprofit is to provide direct veterinary medical care to wildlife in need. So that's sick injured and orphaned animals of about two hundred twenty five different species pretty much anything you'd find in your backyard. We can take in provide care to with the goal of getting it back out to the wild. And along the way, we do a lot of science education stem education with K through twelve all the way up through graduate and postgraduate students show. Somebody finds an injured wild animal in your area. They should call you absence. You us except for two species, the deer and the bear. Can you explain why? Yes. Well, they can absolutely still call us if they want but in Massachusetts licensed wildlife rehabilitators while they were not allowed to treat these these animals for more than the first twenty four hours providing stabilizing care, but if you come across those animals, and they are injured I encourage you to either call US Department officiant wildlife, or the environmental police tell me what you told me before about the deer and why people should find a young deer in your yard alone. And you think it's abandoned you should leave it there. Yeah. You should leave it there deer are the mother. Dear the dough. Oh. Often not often. Most of the time will not visit the fawn except for once a day. In other words, they'll come in like three thirty four thirty in the morning and the the fawn will feed. And the rest of the time. They are so well camouflaged that they live and just lie in the in the woodland or on a fee next to a a meadow. And they're so well camouflaged, but people, nevertheless, we'll stumble across them find them, and then they start to watch and they watch and they decide that the mother is not coming back, but it's only at three thirty four o'clock in the morning that they're there. And so then people decided they should pick these animals up and bring them in for care, and I have to tell you it does not go well for the baby deer like if you try to raise a baby deer in captivity. It just does not reintegrate back into the wild deer are very territorial and the the young deer. Just don't know the rules and regulations of the road when they go back out to the wild. So a deers alone. A lot of the time just sitting there, all camouflaged. They're only comes back for like an. Hour in the middle of the night. That's it. That's right. What's the right? Is that normal is that's dead straight strategy. I mean, it's a great survival strategy for an animal. I mean, every every animal has its own survival strategies and this works for them and. Yeah. It it. They bring very little notice to themselves and as a result, they get left alone. I guess it works because they are successful. They are successful species. But they are if if some does wonder by then the there's buzzard meat so to speak. Mincemeat? Yep. The natural way. That's the way of the wild. I used to live up in Plum island for three anecdotal. Dear story, three years in the in the winter. I used to ride my bike in the wildlife refuge. And you'd see from time to time. But one time fairly big must have been a mother came out faced me down right in in the in the road, kind of par in the payment. And you could hear the breath cloth. Close pretty impressive and their turns out. There was a baby nearby. She was face me down for maybe thirty seconds and then bounded off because they're very big. And I was very impressed by that. They are big. I remember walking through the woods actually at the at the New England wildlife center Weymouth, and I just out for casual walk, and this bucks. Something must've spook this buck because he come barreling through the woodlands, and he he came within six inches of of hitting me. I don't even think he saw me. He just went right by me. And I swear if he would hit me with a probably killed me. But they are they can be intimidating. We're gonna. Breaking continue with Greg and Dr Greg in Zach, and if you have a question about wildlife, or maybe a wildlife story like I just told or a question about exotic pets an exotic pet, please. Give us a shout. Give us a jingle on the blower, six one seven two five four ten thirty. We'll continue right after this on WBZ. Jay talking. Con. WBZ NewsRadio ten.

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"charles lockwood" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:32 min | 3 years ago

"charles lockwood" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Right. Elegant dining superb, trackside view, I live in revere. So I live about a mile from wonderland. It's I don't know if you've been by recently, but it is not gone. But it basically looks like somebody bombed it, it's it's pretty crazy. Bitta me of not gone, but forgotten there was there was a period in the late nineteen eighties when they were really trying to appeal to a younger audience, and I was at WBZ and at the time, and we got involved with the promotion, you know, spent a lot of money and they were looking for the promotional massage inherent in that relationship. And we got very involved me at all kinds of on your winners that you know, had a chance to come out to to the dog races. We have dinner in the clubhouse. We even have people look at possibly go wrong. We had we had one race one race for all the dogs were named after the individual jocks. You could bet on your favorites dog DJ. Wow. I I would I can only imagine what the Charles Lockwood. He did with the Tammy Heidi dog didn't do. Ken Shelton dog might have done my goodness. And as I look back again this conjuring up things journey back to old Boston. We're hospitality. And fine dining our tradition. Lockers. Recently recently got two years ago media. Yeah, I think there was an attempt was made to recapture the Locke Ober finally found Ron Dr you mentioned that. Ventriloquist in master of ceremonies for parties. And. I'm just I'm just saying when the guy wears a mask and the ad you need to be really careful say. Here's the thing. If you look really close, and I have looked really class at the ad. I think Rhonda has kind of a lazy. I like. And I think that yeah, you're right. That's the reason he's he's kind of he's self conscious about his I twenty twenty four hour service. You need a ventriloquist in short notice. Because you never know. I think he'd rather entrust your child with a clown. But here, here's the interesting thing. And someone said this to mean hadn't even occurred to me that they have you called that number like, he might still have that number because I'm sure his name's Ron maybe his name is Ron and his last name starts with D A R, and he just combined it, and so I'm gonna maybe we should do that in the next break twenty four hours. You make me think. Fortunately, there aren't many things that I regret in life. Although I suppose we all have that one relationship. But when I was working at the herald, and we're doing now, they're sister station can talk about I've talked about a couple of times on the air. But within the context now when I was working at the herald, the kiss kiss would always have these. No, but the kiss party big benefit. They'd have all these people coming in. And I had to ask Britney Spears your breasts were real. The things you did for journalists and back then, but and she was very gracious about it. I I have to give her credit for it. But I didn't quite phrase it that way. But but one year we're doing things in advance. And they're they're having the the the master of all love ballads Nari. Barry white. It's going to be performing. So I get to do a former with Barry, white, nice and. And it's just like the records. You know? That's the way he talks I'm not even gonna try insulted man by trying to get that deep. I can't. I said, I if I had only asked him to do something for my voicemail is signed. Master leave your message my good for man. Oh, man. So you know, you never can tell maybe she's gonna try that number. We gotta take a break. But before we do that. I just have to talk about one more ad again. The book is by me Boston local ads and flyers sixties to the eighties. Basically every city had these this happens to be Boston doesn't matter where you live. It doesn't matter where you're listening from this is going to conjure up memories of a certain time and era, and as you go through the ads now that you're going to have the impression that I did think goodness we left those days behind, and you know, maybe some of those days would still be good to have with us. You're gonna have Baltic streams as you look at the ads because it's a combination of the good and the bad and the ugly as you go through this intentionally what you've done Brandon. Nice job of it. Friday, April thirtieth seven thirty PM the hundred plus demolition derby. Can you imagine what one hundred cars traveling at high speeds with the deliberate intention of crashing and wrecking each other? Could mean one hundred cars drivers have been entered in all will crash smash and wreck each other at the Norwood arena on route one and part of the fun of this. Of course is saying adults two dollars kids, fifty cents kids fifty cents kids less than the price of a chocolate bar wonder why they don't have. I mean, I lived in Everett for many years. So I don't really need to have a demolition derby with the drivers up there. But I mean, it would be kind of fun to have those again. Well, I think they still do them. Don't they I don't know at the what used to be the centrum. I think they have those those are more like monster truck thing. So I think when they just like one at a time. But I mean, demolition derbies were amazing. See, i'm. I remember talking to Jay Leno once in. He says every once in a while he just tells a joke or to just for him. And so it made me feel better. If I go off and do things just for me. And I see the ad for all of us Bruce Springsteen March twelfth through eighteenth. That's a welcome. March twentieth to twenty fifth gram Parsons was berry Tashin. Kid. I go down to see Springsteen. Now grandpa was pretty legendary. They've been harassed there. They had the last night of the tour. I think I saw the last show because they had they had a cake for everybody in the audience. He had a big cake because the last night of the tour, and they had cake for everyone else where it's at Kenmore square nineteen sixty eight. April eighth to tenth John Lee Hooker and the hallucinations. And actually, we let me ask you this question. So where it's at is that we're story Ville when they had the rebirth of story. Ville in the eighties was. Corner. Because there was because I saw an ad just just today that I was scanning that said like be in the place where it's at you know, like it was something where it's at in the ad which that makes me think actually maybe that was the exact same case could be there or there was on the other corner the Kenmore club. Yup. Also hit. In April fifteenth seventeenth, Jerry Lee Lewis band. Dancing six nights a week. I love this again, this this speaks of a certain era of small print at the bottom, men jackets and ties, please. Ladies appropriate. Dress jackets and ties to see John Lee Hooker. He must've been pickled about that a man it's one twenty two here in downtown Boston. It is weakened live dean Johnson. We did at three thirty in the morning. Nineteen degrees outside we're going to continue our conversation with Brian Coleman and David Bieber. The book local ads and flyers. And it is the expression goes it's a good on. We'll be back in a couple of.

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