35 Burst results for "East River"
"east river" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"It an actual sweater or is this drink that a bartender makes no and icelandic wool sweater. Atlantic will they have blankets. They've sweaters that's because there's more sheep in iceland than people. You can't go two minutes without driving past a sheep. You have to stop in the middle of the road because there's sheep's crossing. They didn't put the signs. Because it's just too many's and all you hear all day blah bah and it's it's light all day long you hear the bein and you hear the power plan and you smell the sulfur. Which i smelled my taste and smell is still gone. But i was able to smell the sulfur which was very awesome to me. Because now i've been able to smile and sulphur are the two things that i can smell mats. It three tastes a full-body cab but you can smell a fart. Yes are there. They're obviously the fart was big benchmark. Never been so happy to actually smell fart but day to day. Do you notice incremental improvements on the taste and smell front. It's been back and forth. I do taste test every day. Now trying to get it right and I confuse strawberry and mango the other day restore bay and i the real. The one that upset me was confusing. I thought i get a right. Mike combination of jelly beans. That every day is liquorice. Cotton candy and cinnamon and i couldn't discern which was which and that one was a setback for me. Because i should be able to tell the difference because in my normal taste and smell. Those are three very different. Those earning taseer black jelly bean. The worst of jelly beans. It's the king of it. Is the kardashian of the jelly beats beloved by many so anyway so iceland's a place. Where if you care about when we went on this hike a ten hour hike to a top of a glacier and you just can't believe the formations that are there the history that is they're the people. The food is just lamb. Because what they do is they. Take the wolof the sheep. They make a sweater and then they make lamb and there's not a lot of alcohol. It's extremely expensive the water though you can drink water from glacier runoff so people are filling water bottles on hikes from running water off a glacier which in the us you'd say is the grossest thing in the hits like going to the east river and filling your water bottle. I could do that but the guide said. Just bend over and start drinking when you're thirsty. Did you sample any local films from the region. Scandinavia altogether kind of has its own movie industry. I watched the season two of dates. Does that count her. We'll get your review at the end of it. This is a. I'm using this as a jump off. Point to talk about my favorite scandinavia movie. Which i think i recommend it to you. Several years.
"east river" Discussed on Pardon My Take
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Macy's Annual July 4 Fireworks to Return to New York City
"July, 4th tradition is returning. Spacey's posted a video teasing the return of Fourth of July fireworks in New York City within person viewing the 45th annual Macy's Fourth of July. Fireworks will ignite in a jaw dropping salute to our nation producer will cost promised 6500 shells and effects launched from five barges in the East River. Mayor Bill de Blasio said crowds can return because of the city's progress against the virus going to take on added meaning this year as a symbol of our rebirth Last year shows pretaped People away.
Macy's Annual July 4 Fireworks to Return to NYC
"July 4th tradition returning after a pandemic related absence we hear from ABC's Aaron Carter Ski Aces posted a video teasing the return of Fourth of July fireworks in New York City. With in person viewing the 45th annual Macy's Fourth of July. Fireworks will ignite in a jaw dropping salute to our nation producer will cost promised 6500 shells and effects launched from five barges in the East River Mayor Bill de Blasio said crowds can return because of the city's progress against the virus going to take on added Meeting this year as a symbol of our rebirth. Last year's show is pre taped to keep people away.
Ferry Runs Aground in New York City
"More than 100. Passengers and seven crew members are safe and sound after being rescued from a New York City ferry. It ran aground Saturday afternoon. C Street, the company that runs the ferryboat says the ship experienced mechanical issues that caused it to lose power in steering as it drifted into an inlet on the Brooklyn side of the East River before coming to
Dead body found in downtown Chicago River
"Death investigation is underway after police say a dead body was found in the Chicago River downtown. According to police, someone observed something in the water in the 400 block of East River Drive and called 911. Chicago Police Department, Chicago Fire Department and the Marine unit were called, have seen their the body of an adult male from the river was recovered. The name of the victim has not been
"east river" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"You know, listen, the roads are bad. This morning. I would advise if you can stay home, and most people are working from home. But if you can stay home, stay home, I saw a number of spinouts this morning. I drove probably about what happened. A guy going to pass you? Well, I was on the express lanes of Route one and nine, which really haven't been plowed that well. The local lanes were plowed pretty good, because obviously there's still trucks going. But guy tried to do probably 40 50 Miles an hour spun like a top. I was driving like Miss Daisy the whole way. Not a problem. Miss Table. Yeah, I was doing about 20 miles an hour. My hazards on Andre made it in without a problem. Of the main roads are okay. Ah, lot of them are not you got to give these guys time to clear those roads out. So listen. So you you shoveled out this morning I parked my car towards the front of my driveway. So I didn't have much to shovel. But, you know, clear the area out. And you know, I got a couple of better than a half earlier than it normally would to make sure that that same location is right. And I'm walking and I'm going like by the time Donna or get a hotel and I get to the block. I get to the corner of the hotel, and there's no the lift driver doesn't show up. And then no one's there and it's like a barren, you know, Wasteland. I go. You know what I'm walking? I'm walking in the morning, and it seems like that's long Joe. I didn't realize how far did you realize it's like a mile wide and you put your mind to. It was good. By the way, I guess it was very far and the winds whip it off the East River. It's awful. Oh, my God, so we'll keep track. You got out. Everybody goes out with the news and we come back. We're gonna give us a call. Let us know how you're doing If you're on the road, because that's you are the best. You know, Barometer as it were to tell us what's going on up there. I'm checking out in the boondocks. I'm just praying this power stays on because the power goes off in a minute. If the 5000 people in New Jersey or without power scattered throughout the state, and I'm sure that number is gonna go up. You gotta remember. Heavier snow. It's hanging on those lines. You're gonna have some issues down the shore. They got mostly rain because the storm hugged the coast. A little bit so.
"east river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That smash is out of nowhere shatters half the bridge causes massive destruction and damage all over the East River. And no one really knows why. Except for a few people, But what it means is that half this beautiful old bridge gets torn apart and smashed into the water, and I laughed while I did it. Deducting to a bar on the Brooklyn side of the bridge to talk out of the wind. You got a place just for us. Science fiction is transporting. It's whimsical. It can go in many different directions. It could be apocalyptic. To say that you were interested in science fiction opens up the question. What kind as a kid interested you and in which of these directions do you feel yourself being pulled as a reader? I really didn't start to engage with science fiction until I kind of hit my teens and started to find different voices out there. Octavia Butler, Ursula Gwyn. Stories that also arranged beyond the very traditional confines that I had seen for fantasy and science fiction at that point, and I wanted to kind of know what else fantasy could do. And then, along comes a Gwynn, who was doing it before it was cool. You mentioned that it took a while to find some of these other authors. And my understanding is that was an accidental because science fiction publishing in the when you were a reader as a kid in the eighties almost went out of its way to mask the identity of writers of color. Octavia Butler's Don, is an example that we both own to her. No. The protagonist is described in the book is ah, tall, very dark skinned black woman with like a cloud of hair, and I don't think butler ever actually uses the word black. But there's so many other indicators in there. And then the addition. Put a white woman with black hair on the cover. And there were no author photos of butler. There was no mention in her bio in that edition that she was black. It really wass like hidden and yet despite all the attempts to hide it I realized basically within the first few pages Oh, my God. I think she's black. And that was just like Earth, shattering this cultural invisibility that the system publishing Engendered had a personal impact on you. Because when you were, as I understand it, growing up and thinking about considering possible careers for yourself. Initially there writing you didn't consider right and you didn't think it'd be possible to make it work? Yeah, yeah. I mean, I And that that was coming from a lot of different directions. I don't want to make it sound like it was coming strictly from within the industry. You know, I can remember having conversations with relatives other than my father about the fact that I I love to write and you know them, then handing me a Toni Morrison book and saying, Do you write like this? And when I said no. You know, the response was always well, you need to write like this. You need to write realist, mainstream oriented fiction that will, you know, kind of focus on life in America. Today is a black person or oppression or something like that. And I was just like What I want to write about black people in space weapon and for for a lot of times when I would say that the response would be well, you can't And why in the black community do you think that was the case? I mean, you you It is. It is the nature of any group of people that you I understand you are capable of what you see Role models operate on lots of levels. If you never see a black person in a particular space, then you get the really clear message that you're not welcome in that space. And so I got that message loud and clear. When I was young, and I was like, you know what? I'm going to be a counselor. Um, I'm going to grad school for psychology. You know, the writing is a fun hobby, but it's clear that that field is not one that That I convey successful in without, you know, a lot of trouble and drama and stress And I don't know that I want that in my life and then you know, basically, I had a point where I realized I was just not happy. You know the writing. Bug had been in me since I was a child. I'd always done it. I'd read many books that had been published that I felt. You know, I could. I could do that. I could do at least that good. And you know, I hit a point where I decided that it was worth the danger or worth the trouble in the stress and the drama and that sure has been since trouble in stress and drama. But you know the rewards have been committed. When Jemison talks about the trouble and the stress in the drama, she's partly referring to a backlash from conservative science fiction writers and readers, among them people associated with the All right. They claim and this will sound familiar. But the success of nonwhite authors and women in science fiction has somehow been undeserving, a form of identity politics. It's been very, very ugly. And Jefferson's new book, the City, We became addresses the legacy of racism in the genre. In fact, the book that's coming out in March continues to speak to those issues in some ways. So one of the inspirations for the city we became was the controversy surrounding the World Phantasy Award and told maybe two or three years ago, the World Phantasy Award was the stylized bust of HP. Lovecraft's head. And the controversy about this started when a black writer Nadiya Cora, for who's a friend of mine? Nettie won the World Phantasy Award, and they handed her Lovecraft's head and she was like, Oh, you can.
"east river" Discussed on 710 WOR
"He should not go to prison at all due to his age and concerns about covert 19. President Trump says his nieces new book is one big lie was not exactly a family favorite. We didn't have a lot of respect or like for her. I would have never said that, except she writes a book that's so stupid and so vicious. And it's a lie or the president on Fox News Sunday. Defending his father is a good man and also described him is solid. The book too much and never enough, sold 950,000 copies on its first day. They are lucky ducks to people floating in the East River on a giant inflatable swan swept away by a strong current Yesterday, firefighters on boats had to swoop in to save him. The pair were apparently trying to beat the heat with a pool toy in their east 55th Street. Nina Kapoor, a journalist for CBS, too, has died following a moped accident. She was just 26 years old poor injured in an accident Manhattan Saturday taken to Bellevue Hospital, where she passed away her colleagues, classmates from Syracuse University, remembering her is happy with a big smile and an even bigger future. And more mask madness. California Verizon store mask wearing rule really pissed off one customer show Over the weekend, she dropped her pants and urinated on the floor of the Verizon work. Classy lady here. Responding, officers said the college her and then they found several items that she had stolen from a nearby dicks sporting goods store in her car, So she was up story gets better and better. And the rights that set sad news about that CBS reporter Yeah, he's your alma mater alone. Yeah, I know, just in their twenty's just terrorists, and here I've been been seeing the tweets of over Channel two colleagues. Thiss morning is shut. Just say terrible and the markets have opened up on this on Monday morning, and the Dow is down six points. Alright, thanks. Noam Laden up next. Now, Do you have any idea how many Galaxies are beyond the Milky Way now? The mind.
"east river" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Down to the East River with my dad looking at the water and seeing a lot of floaters you know it was it was I said people are fish no it wasn't even it was neither and that's and now you know to York harbor is cleaner than it's been in a hundred and fifty years so you know I I just challenge people to say you know like think about it it's it's not a bad thing to have clean air and clean water but we got to find a rational if we look if we took all the money that we spent on just automobile pollution ed to reduce the amount of pollutants put forth by the by the automobile we've got him down around ninety eight and a half percent from where they were the question now becomes a we gonna spend triple what we spent to get them down by ninety eight percent to get them down another one percent right and that's the question I've it sometimes it just becomes sport you know you you you want to knock it down another one percent then you want to spend five times what it took to get us here and you begin to wonder whether or not it's just doing it to punish people not to actually lower and then you got to really look at that there's so many sources now because we can't stop breathing read more and then if there you could slow down your gasping so much but we have to ask the nurse in studio what's your thought process yeah about that is there a way of reaching that we could stop breathing yeah I wish they were yeah unfortunately nope there is no way no we don't need that you know your exchange for a bodies or look at the evolution of the earth and you know I I'm no expert on this but I think most people agree that it was the at algae when algae actually involved it was what allowed oxygen to committed the atmosphere which which furthered life itself you know if photosynthesis is but it was taught from third grade on for a lot of years and it is photosynthesis that converts carbon dioxide oxygen so a little more green it's sort of cutting down all the green may go a long way towards correcting our environment yeah Enderle to that the NTT question about you know how much does it treat a one cubic foot of wood contains one ton of CO two nine days ago well on that note we wanna thank of Robert we didn't solve the next up is so there's Robert have it all figured out I would I would just like to wrap this up very deeply to say that had little addition to it is there a way out the question about how to go I we started a very interesting discussion one very positive outlook of weekly reporting office all the gloss yeah with VW's ID three which is coming out this year is expected to be absolute if you set up for the mass acceptance as it cold all three do you fully electric five eighty three I think it really is the company so watch a respectable goal but it's been going on in the still growing old with VW dieselgate Bakul V. I. D. three is going to be an absolute cracker all a call before electric vehicle all the year and beyond and they are taking a real lead called Tesla they're doing the right thing aren't they all the ones to watch so it's not cool gloom and doom actual Harold well all I can say to you is that keep up the good work I will have a look forward to catching up with you all next week thank you very much sincerely so what will that take care finally if you'd like the opportunity to speak to help the delta case David goldsmith Michael Bocelli cherry and you have a story the chronicle has your calls a triple a six nine two seven two three four your listening to the longest running Auto Show in New York City radio this is the consortium for automotive educations.
"east river" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Me and the girls that I went to college with or like women I saw on the street on the Upper East Side I just could not imagine what their lives their lives are like placing her on the Upper East Side of Manhattan was really important because it was for me like little being a person on the Upper East Side felt like almost like a condition like as opposed to as opposed to being able to see the human I don't know it just it just it feels to me I mean I can't say that I'm totally foreign there because I of also like grown up with some privilege and I don't know I'm you know not a hippie or some you know like I'm also kind of a tight so okay but I didn't fit in there at all and I ended up for other reasons like spending a lot of time on the Upper East Side and I just like couldn't understand these people who looks so put together like every hair in place getting into like a private car where you going what is your life like what is it like inside your home like do you love yourself do you love your life what else do you want because it kind of seemed like who lived there I guess and you know and and my like nineteen year old self the people who live there had somehow lakes they were never gonna leave like that this is where you settle when you're rich somehow so it's curious because it just seemed miserable and cold and windy in the way that the streets are laid out is so I don't know I mean I also kind of love it there but so she I mean the East River is so cool ABC Roosevelt island I mean that doesn't good points to it but so she kind of just like came out of that okay and it was a way for like girls and.
"east river" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"My father gradually your law school ran for office as a Republican for the state Senate was defeated by a a ticket headed by Franklin Delano Roosevelt in nineteen forty four and I remember whenever we gotten a taxi he would say take the East River drive he never would say the FDR drive and the the so I mean that's but I didn't intend it as a political book and it's not reflective of politics one with the real the core of this whole thing is we see ourselves in a period of what I called truth decay where what we read in the papers challenged as not being true facts that a fax a disputed even though they're incontestable and and to be informed and democracy you have to know the truth and I hope that in some small way my book contributes to the truth and I think articles of impeachment of lay out crimes which are unquestionably high crimes and misdemeanors violate federal election well beyond that really intrude on what our framers intended at the time of the constitution which was a should be no foreign interference in the government the United States and I think that as we laid out and exposed and if he's acquitted and if he's reelected and we have four more on constable years well then it serves the populace right I hope that won't happen I don't think it'll happen I think the American people will understand that and I think there's gonna be a backlash against just the kind of environment that you've described thank you for want to thank you all for your questions if such an engaged audience and friends here.
New York City Preparing For Times Square New Year's Eve Party
"New York City meantime preparing for its biggest party of the year in Times Square on new year's eve Joe million people expected to gather in the heart of the city watch the ball drop in ring in the new deck to ABC's Diane was either going inside the safety preparations city officials have been working on all your lawyer will be thousands of cops in Times Square the bomb squad radiation detective teams there will be trucks blocking every intersection emergency units they'll also be patrolling the waters of both the Hudson and the East River and they'll patrolled by air not only by helicopter but for the first time this year they'll also be patrolling
"east river" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Your lawn starts to yell out a little bit you'll definitely have to go with something conventional doctor for al Jim one of our regular listeners out driving around this morning and he had a request for his wife Barbara could you please repeat that list of what you can grow or however you did it before high which can't okay Barbara you got your pencil ready I hope so we're going to plant anything that you can eat the root of the leaf of or maybe a part of a modified stem of so think of root crops we think carrots beets radishes turnips there's obviously more than that does the basics leafy things like spinach and Chardon lettuces of different kinds and kale if you really think you need to have kale just my opinion I can I can that for that it's a super food I'm so it better be arugula and then the broccoli cauliflower cabbage Brussel sprouts and you say what you can't grow their stings it shouldn't grow that do Kerry sent me this from The New York Times a few weeks ago a tomato growing in the East River out of a wood here next to the Brooklyn Bridge well I just a ca I learned a long time ago in the nursery business you just don't tell people you can't grow something here because that somebody will probably prove you wrong if you want to bad enough but to they find tomato plants grown in a lot of interesting places in the out of a wood peer next the Brooklyn Bridge yet if you have a nice guy you spend all this money into trying grow to made a plan you can't do it right are you get that nice blossom in run on all of do it before you can there's some things that do in something's adult now this is kind of off the topic of landscaping gardening but it did that does tie in did you see that they've got a new monument are gonna designate to the hot shot crew a new and now this is actually going in your now it's a nine foot by nine foot steel mom structure that is we'll have the picture of the hot shots doing the pyramid in front of that big alligator juniper and that's what I wanted not only just well this is happening today to is there doing the unveiling of this this statue up Yarnell hill and that juniper behind it is actually the errors on a champion juniper alligator tree in the champion tree programs actually pretty neat there's on a state forestry department does it where you identify the largest living tree of that species and until they find a bigger one that's designated the champion tree and they were sent in to save this specific tree because it's the largest living non alligator juniper and it is here in the state and they estimate that that was growing at the time of Christ the older than than if you see all those guys are stacked up in front of that man you see how big you can imagine how big that tree is self I've had the privilege of hiking to it at one point and it it it is amazing how big that is I'll be darned and the there's another one it's easy to see the and my favorite desert tree is the hard way I don't know what it is about the iron would go over miss Skeets pallor very sky avenues that the iron what is my favorite and you can see the champion our wood tree it's just not fifty yards off of carefree highway really grown in a wash south side of the road about mile marker nine if you're heading west towards Grand Avenue there you go I'll have to look for that a big old huge iron would treat it something about that Ireland the desert setting just completed without that bloom at Smokey kennel lavender purple bloom and they bloom in the early summer is is is a is really a neat color to it's different and everything else is yellow and then you get that thing blow minutes really company and all these things once established you really you know your water use can drop drastically now you don't always want to look like the desert natural market during drought season at your home but it doesn't take much to keep them and driving right yeah you gotta you you need water little bit specially in may and June for the monsoons kick and if you wanted to look landscape quality John could you could you grow Porta Bella mushrooms this time of year have you ever tried to grow mushrooms you know when when we were kids my dad brought home they were selling in the nurseries a little kit you know it's come a color a covered deal in his lot of organic material and and then that you know you make it dark because I like to grow and dark highly organic conditions fungus so I I suppose you could gear you might I I really don't know what conditions are are right for Porta bellows but you know there's some very active there's a professor to issue microbiology professor Chester le others I don't even know if he's still alive or not that he would conduct trips up and the room country in the summertime in the during the monsoon and they would go and he would talk about what mushrooms were safe and which ones weren't and they would harvest a lot of good a lot of good mushrooms I think they get Morales up there that that are are pretty expensive mushroom but to I suppose if you could find out what they liked you could you could probably grow if you had a garden let's say you're growing tomatoes and you know other root vegetables could you like section off a part of the garden and coverage I I suppose you'd have to cover it you have to make it dark somehow probably in a lot wetter than the rest of your garden would like used to find love mushrooms growing in in old greenhouses down under the benches you know even growing where the where the the wooden benches had decomposed and falling apart and that sort of thing so that's that's kind of what they like so there you're kind of you know hard to do both because they like such different conditions than most of our garden plants would like guess Gunnell cave in your yard we could dig in old K. decay underground and and girl yeah all root cellar the other someplace like that now we don't have a lot they they ground here digging wise is pretty tough well they like you know they like highly organic decay we find mushrooms growing out of the forest is usually an off the base of an old law stomper where an old logs decomposing or something like that on that route sellers root cellar no no we don't but the root cellar isn't well built it could be decomposing so there you go perfect place of what a great time to be in Arizona it's gonna get rain this week hopefully we're gonna be everyone watching hard today to make sure we get rain I am going to go do needs it needs it but we've got a great planting season of the weather's great their lawns are green with the winter rye what what what more could you ask what you know what I'm amazed you've gone all all show with no mention of LSU beating Alabama or how is that we're not doing loadings that separation of church all day okay all so did you watch the game I did not actually was last Saturday hours at the green valley pecan had their big run through the Grove and we we took our wave Aleutian machine down there are trailer and cooked breakfast burritos for all the runners and so I was that's where it was last Saturday for most of the day you were cooking the breed is not doing the right was not as good I was not doing either I was kind of out in front you know kind of talking to people about what we do in in our products and they wouldn't lose their let me cook anything and after what John I do have the LSU Alabama game recorded you're welcome to come watch it I've only watched it seven times so I could just get I haven't memorized play by play I'd rather have that than watches I thank not everybody's worried about what they're going to do with Oregon well a issues going to solve that problem in a couple weeks to just beat him there you don't have to worry about what to do with them that's the best thing to do is organize he got us completely distracted our talking full sorry and you brought in you introduced us to Brian Johnson the issue turf are we we call it football field a clinician Turner coordinator I guess and it is the one that comes up with all the great well the the number one to make sure there's grass growing in this nice and healthy and green and looks great but he also is in charge of painting that putting the logo's and all that stuff on there too he does a real good job in the end zones I guess it was the third or fourth game of the season I didn't even notice this until I saw it in a magazine you had the sun devil logo but then you have some lines crossing and it turns out it was the topography map of the mountains around the stadium little things like that that probably no one paid attention attention to detail yeah yeah I got so I'm wonder if you could put some subliminal message in there about beating Oregon is that a home game or an away game is home at home so we're gonna be Oregon on rye grass seed that was grown from Morgan I got an irony it's an image of Rosie with his rifle shooting ducks.
"east river" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Rouge we now issue at all bird back to you thank you Scott number sixpence thing seven oh at Michigan state let me lines of all four ways to by seven points with the Spartans seven nothing same Ellinger number fifteen Texas in fort worth for TCU Longhorns three horned frogs nothing at number seventeen Minnesota seven Maryland nothing number one Alabama and Arkansas seventy stirred in Tuscaloosa tides mac Jones first career start no to a tough go buy low with a right ankle injury the before clubs at school record twenty two straight wins hosting Boston College seven thirty in the East River Lawrence eighteen erodes the tiger starting quarterback in the last two years number eight Notre Dame number nineteen Michigan in Ann Arbor Notre Dame's first road game since September twenty first also later number of an organ host Washington state ducks have lost four straight to the Cougars number twelve Utah home for cal Skyler Thompson in case state race to an upset of Oklahoma Thompson the snap wakes tries to get outside thirty four forty to twenty three IMG college forty eight forty one the final Thompson rush for four touchdowns down twenty five to start before suitors outscored the Wildcats eighteen seven but can't complete the comeback number three Ohio state eight no thirty eight seven over number thirteen Wisconsin JK Dobbins hundred sixty three yards two touchdowns on the ground Justin.
"east river" Discussed on KCRW
"Made it clear she took exception to what you wrote. yes she did and and I felt sad as a person who who really thinks on it raise work is beautiful and often profound I was sad that this person who made this work didn't appreciate my view in my review I discussed some central concepts in popular culture like authenticity for example the use of a persona I made some comparisons that I think she didn't like and she said in her tweet that she doesn't have a persona her tweets felt so genuine to mia and you know I immediately began thinking about my own work in in relationship to what she'd set and I thank Lana del Rey for making music that makes me think about what is truth what does it mean to be a woman telling your truth she does seven beautiful ways but she disagreed with the way I am explore those ideas in my piece well and and let's explain this happened on Twitter were Lana del Rey has nine million followers of this this wasn't just between you and her her fans defended her they are defending her they are they are still happening number of a number of critics spoke up for you too yes I really think what we see in the ongoing conversation about Lana del Rey's displeasure with my review is a kind of a discussion about the role of the critic in culture and first we should say that but critics and artists have always you know occupied some would say oppositional roles you could say complementary roles I'm hardly the first critic to face an artist's disapproval I mean you know they're the famous story George Bernard Shaw wrote a critic who didn't like one of his plays and said your review was in front of me tomorrow it will be behind me exactly and you know one thing about this discussion around my. appreciation of Norman Rockwell I think is that it is an appreciation you know the only thing I really want to say and I want to say it over and over again is I hope that people who've never listen to our before the people who maybe didn't like what she used to do everyone should listen to Norman Rockwell it is an album that says so much about our time and if my writing about it illuminated anything for anyone then I'm happy about that and here's music critic and corresponded and powers thanks so much thanks for having me Scott. imagine you're on a paddle board the East River that's all I ever do imagine it near the Brooklyn Bridge your admiring that Gershwin tune Manhattan skyline when you spot something read it battle closer closer and suddenly see one red tomato and like four little yellow blossoms on time Matt fry phoned a little tomato plant growing atop a wood pile in the water at first it wasn't sure what it was I had actually seen it before and thought it was just some weed with a with some sort of red blossom on it but as it got closer it was unmistakable a single mom tomato growing on a piling in the middle of the East River other than myself I don't see too many people in amongst these pilings they're really kind of an accessible unless you're on a small kayaker paddle boards so it would be impossible to get out there plant intends tomato plant so how did it get there well we've their eyes mostly that would be bird poop that is some bird snacked on a tomato plant maybe in New Jersey and brought forth if you please a tomato plant there's no way to know for sure how the tomato plant came the East River piling but Matt fry hopes to to sign the water quality is better he's been kayaking and paddle boarding in the area for many years and says it's improving. I agree all Malham an environmental biologist and professor at queens college in the city university of New York says as unusual as a tomato plant may be summer taking that as a signal of of improvement in water quality you know I think that's perhaps a little bit of a stretch he studies water quality including along the East River and says well conditions have certainly improved since he started collecting samples over a decade ago a tomato plant probably isn't proof thereof but he says there is cause for optimism whether it's the minke whale that was in the river about a decade ago or the occasional seal and Dawson that's that's observed in the area that are that are signs of hope after we reach Matt fry he went out for an evening paddle to check on the tomato plant and he says it was gone no doubt some four star chef for wants to make an East River piling to table despacho Matt fry says the battle around and found another tomato plant with killer cherry tomatoes I would understand if you didn't believe me he.
"east river" Discussed on KCRW
"Made it clear she took exception to what you wrote. yes she did and and I felt sad as a person who who really thinks on it already is work is beautiful and often profound I was sad that this person who made this work didn't appreciate my view in my review I discussed some central concepts in popular culture like authenticity for example the use of a persona I made some comparisons that I think she didn't like and she said in her tweet that she doesn't have a persona her tweets felt so genuine to media and you know I immediately began thinking about my own work in in relationship to what she'd set and I thank Lana del Rey for making music that makes me think about what is truth what does it mean to be a woman telling your truth she does seven beautiful ways but she disagreed with the way I explore those ideas in my piece well and and let's explain this happened on Twitter were Lana del Rey has nine million followers of this this wasn't just between you and her her fans defended her they are defending her they are they are still happening number of a number of critics spoke up for you too yes I really think what we see in the ongoing conversation about Lana del Rey's displeasure with my review is a kind of a discussion about the role of the critic in culture and first we should say that that critics and artists have always you know occupied some would say oppositional roles you could say complementary roles I'm hardly the first critic to face an artist's disapproval I mean I know they're the famous story George Bernard Shaw wrote a critic who didn't like one of his plays and said your review was in front of me tomorrow it will be behind me exactly and you know one thing about this discussion around my. appreciation of Norman Rockwell I think is that it is an appreciation you know the only thing I really want to say and I want to say it over and over again is I hope that people who've never listen to our before the people who maybe didn't like what she used to do everyone should listen to Norman Rockwell it is an album that says so much about our time and if my writing about it illuminated anything for anyone then I'm happy about that and here's music critic and corresponded and powers thanks so much thanks for having me Scott. imagine you're on a paddle board the East River that's all I ever do imagine it near the Brooklyn Bridge your admiring that Gershwin tune Manhattan skyline when you spot something read it battle closer closer and suddenly see one red tomato and like four little yellow blossoms on time Matt fry found a little tomato plant growing atop a wood pile in the water at first it wasn't sure what it was I had actually seen it before and thought it was just some weed with a with some sort of red blossom on it but as it got closer it was unmistakable a single mom tomato growing on a piling in the middle of the East River other than myself I don't see too many people in amongst these pilings they're really kind of an accessible unless you're on a small kayaker paddle boards so it would be impossible to get out there plant intends tomato plant so how did it get there well we've theorized mostly that would be bird poop that is some bird snacked on a tomato plant maybe in New Jersey and brought forth if you please a tomato plant there's no way to know for sure how the tomato plant came to the East River piling but Matt fry hopes to to sign the water quality is better he's been kayaking and paddle boarding in the area for many years and says it's improving but Gregory all Malham an environmental biologist and professor at queens college in the city university of New York says as unusual as a tomato plant may be summer taking that as a signal of of improvement in water quality you know I think that's perhaps a little bit of a stretch he studies water quality including along the East River and says well conditions have certainly improved since he started collecting samples over a decade ago a tomato plant probably isn't proof thereof but he says there is cause for optimism whether it's the minke whale that was in the river about a decade ago or the occasional so. Neil and Dawson that's that's observed in the area that are that are signs of hope after we reach Matt fry he went out for an evening paddle to check on the tomato plant and he says it was gone no doubt some four star chef for wants to make an East River piling to table despacho Matt fry says battle around and found another tomato plant with Keller cherry tomatoes I would understand if you didn't believe me he wrote an.
"east river" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Army. Me To ferry across the East River. He had no intention of moving forward until his entire army had crossed how expected a counterattack from Washington that never came marching inland with a partial army into a possible ambush was just the sort of risk that general how always avoided why put your army at risk if you can be sure to victory a little later once you have your much larger army fully and position and ready to go in the end. The Battle of kipps Bay was not much of a battle at all once again the British advanced and the Americans ran no counter attack or even a spirit of defense ever occurred that day later that that same day how deployed a brigade south to take possession of the city the New Yorkers who remained greeted the British as liberators the British march to the southern tip of the island and hoisted the Union Jack they would remain Ainun possession of the city for the remainder of the war for Washington. The pathetic route at kipps Bay was one of the most humiliating experiences of his career. The flight did however mean that the army experienced experienced relatively few casualties or even prisoners and live to fight another day the American suffered only about sixty killed and three hundred captured house refusal to cut off the continental retreat was seen as an active military malpractice continental general Israel Putnam commented that how either supported the cause of the continental army or was a complete idiot how still seem to be under the delusion that if he could show the rebels that his army could push them off the field will they would soon and the rebellion and submit without the need for a massive loss of life the day after his landing at kipp Spe General how marched his army north to Confront Front Washington and the continentals the army had just moved past a small Dutch village called Harlem Washington deployed what remained of his army on a hill just above the village and area known as Harlem Heights today. It's not as Washington heights although the house had been all over the world Washington was determined that these globetrotters would not come to Harlem Washington us the terrain to establish a multi layered line of defense fence where the island narrowed in the front line general green commanded if overrun the men would fall back to a second line commanded by General Putnam behind them General Sullivan now exchange for British officer and permitted to return to battle commanded a third line behind him Washington set up his command in a local mansion with his men entrenched on the rocky heights Washington hoped at least to force how into a costly Asli charge much like Bunker Hill how also had the option though of sailing behind all of these lines and landing up the Hudson for Washington was still to the north but even the four was not proving to be much impediment the British navy the British Army could also move around to the east an attack from behind Washington's lines at King's bridge or elsewhere along the Bronx river for now though how did not plan either a frontal assault or a flanking movement behind Washington's lines how took up a position about two miles south of Washington on September sixteenth the day after the landing kipps Bay. I'll send a small force of three hundred regulars dealers to probe Washington's position continental forces detected the advance and sent out a force of about one hundred sixty soldiers to confront them Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Knowlton commanded the force. You may recall all that Knowlton was a battle-tested veteran who had prevented how from forcing a flanking movement around the side of Bunker Hill Washington hoped Knowlton's leadership would prevent another frightened retreat like the day before although although Knowlton quickly found his men outnumbered his men stood there ground and traded fire with the British the continental soon fell back in good order but kept the enemy engaged as the continentals retreated the British began blowing a Fox hunt on their bugles which the continentals and Washington especially took as a deep insult Washington said another force under the command of General Nixon to engage with the British at the same time he sent Knowlton's Rangers to circle around the battlefield and hit the British from the rear the continentals held the high ground on a hill and traded fire with the British as they did so Knowlton took his force on a flanking march attempting to get behind the enemy at attack it's rear but before he could do so the British began to retreat although Nixon's force was supposed to keep the enemy engaged and distracted it ended up pushing forward and forcing the enemy to retreat by pushing the enemy back Knowlton's flanking movement which was supposed to attack the enemies rear ended up hitting the enemy in its side Washington sent in more reinforcements under the command of General George Clinton and a cousin of the British General Henry Clinton and no relation to the Godfather of funk Clinton also brought up artillery to use against the British now over on the British I'd General Henry Clinton proposed of crossing the Harlem River marching up and crossing behind the Americans to trap them but once again how rejected any aggressive action that would trap the Americans he wanted to leave them a line of retreat so that they would leave Manhattan island completely but without forcing a bloody fight to the finish instead the British retreated back from the advancing Americans until they fell under the protection of naval cannon in the river because the Americans Birkin's had pushed back the British advance patriots team the fight a minor but important victory sadly for Colonel Knowlton his brave leadership would earn him a fatal wound which ended is promising career as a military. Commander beyond his loss and those of a few other brave officers and men Americans considered the engagement victory that proved they could recover from the embarrassing flay that keeps bay the day before for the British it was a whim minor skirmish that only involve the full engagement of a few hundred man advance party following the days fighting the two sides held their lines and waited for something to happen. General Hal was unwilling to engaged in a frontal assault on the main lines or attempt any flanking action once again the movement forward stalled as both sides took another pause for the next few weeks the continentals would stay put polling Harlem Heights and Fort Washington at the northern tip of Manhattan Island. The British remained in no hurry to push the much further how seemed unwilling to take much of any risk nor force a bloody engagement that would result old enlarge casualties on either side as usual he left Washington with an obvious line of retreat and waited around for Washington to realize he had no choice but to use it next week. We're heading over to France France where King Louis the sixteenth begins its Kover assistance to the American cause of liberty..
"east river" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"How's your timing in this one the Yankees win setting off the fire works right over the East River I'm not so sure if it was because the Yankees won or because it's July fourth talk about a tale of two baseball games within one now the first eight innings of this game seems fairly normal fairly traditional as traditional as everybody have an off day on July fourth to celebrate our birthday so it was a normal you can make that argument certainly for the first eight innings the pitching was somewhat solid everybody working to a full count with that happened tornadoes and the gores said the situational hitting was their defense was there giving you plenty of time the first state endings of this game and Tampa giving you enough time to contemplate your navel and start the barbecue for your holiday feast however the lands to winnings the last tour earnings soul Hale was breaking loose and what kind of pitching was that that we saw in the ninth inning from Chapman he needed a compass GPS to find whole played ventrally Chapman throw a strike but tell me if you didn't think he did so by accident and with the bases loaded in that bottom of the ninth inning he struck out meadows but more accurate these sad meadows strong Kim cell vowed swaying in a bowl for and that of course was force an overtime if meadows knew any better that game is over in the ninth inning with the bases loaded walk but Dan of course we go into overtime and you knew it was just a matter of time before the inevitable was going to be taking place candy by the way and it course in the bottom of the ninth inning the Tampa X. bows they don't tied the game in the ninth inning if it wasn't for a low being called save when it really appeared he never touched all played but if he dared touch home plate it's because he doesn't cut or trim is swinger nails the Yankees only needed another Anning to make it official they're now eight out of ten versus Tampa there are twenty eight and seven within the division and seven and they have Bob on the division and founding and again the Yankees only needed that ten tending to make it official even know yeah as we understand it got a little bit scary for the Yankees in the bottom of the tenth inning but still thanks to Sir Francis Drake what he did and the top of the tenth inning he doubled up on on Chapman who walked of course with the four pitches the leadoff hitter in the bottom of the ninth inning well Sir Francis Drake walked in the first two batters in the top of the tenth and can you bottle leave the Yankees with a pair of bonds singles in the game and you'll have to tell me no we're gonna try to look it up but you're gonna have to tell me the last time if ever that the Yankees with Gregorius as you saw in the fourth inning and gardeners six innings later what was the last time if ever the Yankees were to bond singles in the same game and if it happened at all and we're guessing here it had to happen when Phil Rizzuto was a shortstop for the New York Yankees your American League MVP in nineteen fifty with a lot of hits that year with the bond ever did happen at all it had to happen with the school order when he was a shortstop and once where they'll bunting to begin with with the twenty nine team Yankees now we saw the other night against the metropolitans when back stand was the first year Yankee pitcher in the D. HMO since nineteen seventy three with to sacrifice one set an RB I in a game since Fred screeners and did that and nineteen seventy two the point is I mean you have to rugby arise the jaw is dropping the eyes popping out of the socket watching the Yankees with the bunting as they can beat you and do in every which way possible what the home run and with the small ball as well and going ten going ten innings this afternoon into this evening only delayed the and have a double as again the Yankees having their way over Tampa and the lead seven and a half as we say and and counting no chorus on the on this fourth of July we're thinking of one family from Belle Meade New Jersey and maybe this one family all right they might be thinking of the most basic of most famous baseball speech of all time that took place on this day in nineteen thirty nine there might be this one family from Belle Meade New Jersey thinking of that very very famous speech of one of America's most famous speeches you could put a right up there with I have a dream of the Martin Luther king the Gettysburg address seriously cell and yes maybe this one family from bell made no Jersey thinking about that may be also thinking today in nineteen thirty the boss was born and maybe this one family from battle made New Jersey but also on this day we thinking of what happened with Dave Righetti against the Boston Red Sox in nineteen eighty three well I'm gonna gas that this one family from Belle Meade New Jersey might have had all of those of four mentioned moments from nineteen thirty nine on July for when the boss was born in nineteen thirty were Geddes no hitter against Boston in eighty three they might yeah on this day thinking about those kinds of moments on July fourth but I think they were thinking number one today this family from bell reheat about their son's twenty seventh birthday and turning twenty seven today was Mike forward and he started as you know our first base because of our Schala was in New York City with the MRI coming up claim then getting on a plane and making it in time to take over at third in the bottom of those seven tanning and of course he played a major part in the win in the top of the tenth inning anyway her cell like Jamie and made it he had the MRI in the in New York got on a plane and made it to Florida in time to take over at third in the bottom of the seventh inning moving what made you over to furs and Mike for did the dog out where he knows he started that to run rally in the third inning what that the lead off bays said and coming around to score the first name do you run the Yankees getting R. B. I.'s from top when and here it's in that third inning and you don't forget the well you don't prefer gathered all that day in that inning the car the contribution we made in that to running for the Yankees by Travis d'arnaud the fastball wait a minute if your listen Hey I have your Yankee fan of you're a metropolitan fan you know from d'arnaud behind the plate ALAC K. hitting but Travis d'arnaud certainly contributed to the Yankee because in that top of the third inning of the past wall Travis having trouble on the top men's stolen burying say Travis d'arnaud with more letters in his last name then career and it's what is it but certainly J. Happel long time ago it seems like yesterday but Jay have a long time ago five in a thirty only gave up a run and the van was that getting the job done certainly the band up until Chapman was mightier than all the Tampa swords that's for sure and the pad now getting the job done until Chapman in the ninth inning bought it is now fifteen out of seventeen for the New York Yankees in again the big guy listen I mean the the big lead and accounting seven and a half now over the Tampa Tampa raise enough they do start to playing games in Canada and they do what they have to in and what a terrible idea but if they do the Tampa Bay rays of they start plan after games in Canada I guess at that point in time when they're in Montreal playing games we would then be calling on the X..
"east river" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In between len berman and michael riedel in the morning zip still ten weekdays on the voice of new york seven ten w. o. r. an iheartradio station it is seventy eight degrees at nine o'clock good evening i'm sue guzman president trump is expressing concern about conditions at migrant detainee facilities speaking with reporters at the white house today trump also insisted facilities are in better shape than during the obama administration and he again pushed democrats to help change us asylum laws all the polls are now closed and the new york city primary elections in queens six candidates surround the ballot looking for the democratic nomination to replace longtime district attorney richard brown who recently passed away the forty fifth council district in brooklyn a handful of candidates are looking to replace germany williams who was elected public advocate new information now on a deadly helicopter crash in new york city we're taking off mccormack mentioning to heliport staff he saw a twenty minute window to make it out due to bad weather but about five to seven minutes after departure officials say mccormick made a request to return to the heliport and then radio that he did not know where he was a forty say he did not report any mechanical issues and that is correspondent aerial rochefort boarding a man is now under arrest in connection with that deadly attack on an alabama man in the bronx punching death under arrest is thirty four year old jimmy rosario the n._y._p._d. says officers responded to a fight on east one hundred sixty ninth street and prospect avenue in morris sania around one a._m. saturday choice scotto birmingham was found unconscious and later died on estimators believe that forty year old was punched during the argument fell and hit his head stephanie grisham will be the new white house press secretary and communications director she will replace our sanders who is stepping down month's end grisham has been the first lady melania trump's chief spokesperson and we'll be doing both jobs the n._y._p._d. confirming that the body found in the east river is that of a popular brooklyn youtuber tika a twenty nine year old at thika he's now and desmond a mojo disappeared last week after posting what appeared to append a suicidal video his body was pulled from the water near appear sixteen in lower manhattan not far from the manhattan bridge where items of his also found a white plains woman onto our west on animal cruelty charges for allegedly dumping her cat down a garbage shoot the humane law enforcement division of the s._p._c._a. of westchester has charged forty year old romney goldsmith shapiro with animal cruelty and abandonment of a cat after maintenance workers at a building at twenty five bank street found the cat alive in a trash bag visuals believe the cat was in the trash compactor for at least eight hours after being dumped from the nineteen th floor it is receiving medical treatment and has already been adopted and this report is brought to you by mothers against drunk driving mothers against drunk driving supports victims of drunk driving drunk driving and underage drinking at no charge call their twenty four hour victim help line eight seven seven mad helberg visit matt dot org that's dot o._r._g. we'll have sports and your weather channel forecast up next w. o. r. news time nine oh three day everyone i'm ron insana on wall street stock prices slid rather noticeably today the dow losing almost one hundred and eighty points while the nasdaq slid one and a half percent the market after flirting with record highs as far as the s&p is concerned still having trouble piercing its all time high levels i scored in january of last year in some meaningful fashion markets coming under pressure because of weaker than expected economic data both in new home sales and consumer confidence we global markets rising tensions again between the united states and iran concerns that there'll be no agreement between president trump and g at this week's g twenty summit at the end of the week on trade all of that adding up to a rough day for stocks technology stocks getting hit the hardest in today's trading even despite activity that we saw on the merger and acquisition front in the pharmaceutical sector with advocating allergen for over sixty billion dollars that did not get the animal spirits of this market going advanced gold continued to run up more than four dollars now well in excessive fourteen hundred dollars per ounce we had interest rates plunge on the weaker than expected economic data the you'll love and ten year note falling below two percent and staying there for the first time in quite a long time as the dollar remained steady against key foreign currencies i'm running for new york seven ten w. o. r..
"east river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The five towns getting in these helicopters. And they spin you around all of Atlantic City, the right takes about ten minutes cost about seventy five bucks. But my wife and kids did it, and I wouldn't do it because for some reason, I'm terrified CNN plane, you're shut the doors shut the windows, and I don't look outside because thirty thousand feet up, but in a helicopter all you've got his glass, and on terrified of height. So I will never ever ever going to helicopter. And yesterday story. Forget it. Yeah, I'm the same way I wouldn't do it either. I used to of course, as you know, I've told you before I work with well, first of all Roz Frank, but I also worked with Jane door, knocker, the woman who died in the hell digress. But that was my job was to be the liaison between the studios at W, N, B C, and the helicopter at the time you also worked with the great Eileen, more Qaisy Cohen, Steve Cohen's wife, but she never flew in the helicopter Jane door knocker did. And then famously infamously sadly died tragically in a similar situation. And we just had a tourist helicopter crash in the East River, what two years ago, and they couldn't open their damn seat belts. Except the pilot Trump to death. I believe it was only last summer was Atlanta before. Okay, I think it was bullet either way they used to offer the rides up in the hell and I never to nothing that. No. Thank you L pass. And this is one of the reasons why have course. I mean, there were more, I think statistics show that you more more probably. Probable to get into a car accident than you are in. But he the way it scares the hell out me till, you know, Craig Craig carton he would take helicopters because it was a lot quicker. Get to Atlantic City, he would call at, like midnight and to make sure he was back on time. The host the show at six AM with Boomer Esiason on WFAN. He would take helicopters all the time, by the way, spoke to cry yesterday, and we'll give helicopters twenty second, but he's going to be home for Father's Day this Sunday. This Sunday is Father's Day Monday morning off the prison. To start it get it get it out of the way you could wait till July fifteenth. He's gonna spend bother stay at home with the kids leave Monday. But he will take helicopters and. My brother-in-law took them all the time. But he got sick, the debt that we single time, I would, you know, come to think of it if I had to go to the Hamptons, and either drive, take a helicopter, I think I would take a helicopter. You would. I think I would. Yeah. Yeah. Because the traffic is torture. Coarser. Hey, jill. What did I text you last night? Long Island sucks. I I'm just got to the cotton right now. They pick me up. I did this major event last night for my good friend, Mike k the pink tide dot org. Charity event at the Caulton Eisenhower park. And if you go to my Twitter, sit Rosenberg Instagram sid Rosenberg, my Facebook Cipro's, and you'll to see amazing pictures me and Mike Richter, who was on show yesterday, Bernie me, and Jim Lehrer heads with a picture of me and Jim and Bernie Williams, the old time. Yankee great playing guitar right? Behind us. Me, and John Starks. Jackie the joke man, walling was an unbelievable event, but they pick me up at my apartment on the Upper West side at four fifteen yesterday. I wasn't driving. I wasn't driving terrible terrible. I would say six forty five six thirty. Hours and fifteen minutes..
"east river" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Thursday morning on the fan, New York City? Steve's hours here new there. Michael fliegelman, Mike can't wait until his Icelanders. Take on maybe Washington next week. Although Carolina would be better because his eyes land is would have home mice that the Barclay center. You know for the number in Tonia too. Brooklyn across the river, the city of friendly people sometimes called Brooklyn people really appreciate in plan and our improving cook, folks humi. Liked to plant my feet on the Brooklyn. Listen, and you hear it Philadelphia quarter. We didn't respond obviously true story the game that third quarter. Down the lane trailing. Alan back the mall. Harris underneath. To bridge to span the East River from Brooklyn Brooklyn Bridge completed in eighteen hundred and eighty three lovely view. Looks at you from the Brooklyn. A little bit momentum on their side, obviously crowd into. The bush. Philadelphia's entrance is hospitals. Right. Journeys lies over the Brooklyn. Brooklyn is known in every corner of yesterday respond dominated us pain dominant us on the board lose to eight to one forty five twenty three we got some things. Look at. And of course, the chairman of the board anything with Brooklyn is gonna work anything. He would sing woodwork and did, but what didn't work in.
Tacoma Scrap Yard Fire Sends Smoke Into the Air
"News center smoke from smoldering pile of scrap. Metal in Tacoma could be seen for miles this morning at fire broke out at Simon medals on East River street about two AM. Here's a woman who worked nearby that warehouse. Regular smokes now, it's really like burning plastic toxic or bandaids it smells like Bernie bandaids. So we don't know how that fire started at the fire department continues to work on putting it completely out. And they say you should be careful not to breathe the fumes. If you're in that area. Meanwhile, terminal operations at the port of Tacoma had to be on hold until the air quality
Hurricane Harvey: One Year Later
"Today marks one year since hurricane Harvey slammed into the Texas coast as a category four, storm amid commemorative events NPR's Rebecca. Hersher reports much of the reason is still rebuilding. From Corpus Christi to Houston all the way to Louisiana Harvey caused at least one hundred twenty five billion dollars in damages washed out roads have been repaired as have, thousands of homes the region's enormous, petrochemical industry is back up and running but in many low income neighborhoods people are struggling Rosie Soto, still brings, donated food to a neighborhood in east Houston that donations are few and far between at this point I do my best. To because. They're still trying to, use every penny. That they have district place stove or to replace the kids. Shoes and this year's hurricane season still has months to go
Goats on the track: New York City subway encounters new obstacles
"And from. Bikes to goats. Those two goats. That were found. Roaming along the subway tracks in Brooklyn yesterday, new home comedian Jon Stewart came to. Their rescue transporting them to a sanctuary in upstate New York the goats were initially, discovered wandering on the end. Train subway tracks causing delays on the line before they were tranquilised. And captured. It is still. Unclear where the goats came from. But they, now have name James Billy and.
NYPD: Dad fled to Thailand after tossing dead baby in river
"Father of the baby found floating in the East River. Is now being, detained in Thailand Thirty-seven-year-old James Currie father of seven month old Mason Saldahna is expected, to be extradited to, New York, to face criminal charges NYPD said today curry will be charged, with concealment of a corpse when he's brought back. Next week, chief of detectives, Dermot chases curry pick the baby boy up from, the boy's mother for visit brought him to. His apartment at co op city he says surveillance video later showed him leaving, the apartment, with, just a backpack and then over by the south street seaport. With that, backpack shortly before the infant, was found in the water Sunday
U.S. Senators introduce new legislation to boost cyber security
"Eighty seven and mostly cloudy in. New York I'm Jerry Barmash what the stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven WABC a. Daring water rescue up the East River, this morning a woman in her twenty s jumped into the water near the. Williamsburg bridge a good Samaritan passing by went in to, rescue her but quickly swam. To shore FD NY NYPD first responders took over. The. Area detective Megan conciliate explains. The timeline we got the job at five forty three hours on her at, approximately six oh one and Now are. In the water She was taken from the, water near pure thirty six an off-duty, sergeant pulls his gun firing two shots this. Morning in east New York say the forty year old officer was on his way to work when he chomped the twenty one year old suspect who was. Allegedly trying to rob him it happened at about five AM on. Livonia and New Jersey avenues this man and undercover. Police informant tells eyewitness. News it's a dangerous neighborhood it's basically a dead area where drugs are common were weapons of common because I'm not saying the priest or not Policing. It enough but they need to police it more the, sergeant wasn't injured the suspect was taken, to the hospital but is expected to survive. On a day when Republican and democratic senators introduced new legislation to punish Moscow for election interference the White House's lining up the administration's top security officials to. Outline what's being done to stop cyber intrusions the director of national. Intelligence Dan Coats says the Kremlin is still being. Medal by deploying online. Messaging campaign these efforts are not exclusive to this election or future elections but certainly cover issues relevant to the election We also know the Russians tried. To hack into steal information from. Candidates and government officials, alike a White House says President Trump has directed a vast government wide effort to protect American. Elections after rushing attempts to interfere in twenty sixteen. Prosecutor says once powerful New York union boss. Was blinded by greed when he betrayed thousands of jail guards my squandering their money in a bid to get rich assistant US attorney Lara Pomeranz, telling them in Hatton jury. In opening. Statements in a bribery. Retrial today that Norman Seabrook accepted sixty, thousand dollars in cash just your twenty million dollars into a risky hedge fund in two thousand fourteen the defense lawyer says. Seabrook is innocent and is being framed by corrupt real estate developer who cooperated with the government the fifty. Eight year old Seabrook for. Two decades let New York City correction officers benevolent association a jury deadlocked.
Body found in waters off Trump golf course in New York
"The study people treated to a top, blood pressure reading of one twenty instead of one forty or nineteen percent less likely to develop mild. Cognitive impairment they also had fewer signs of damage on. Brain scans there was a possible trend toward fewer cases, of dementia Correspondent rich Thomasson says the study was led by. A researcher at North Carolina's Wake Forest Baptist medical center And unidentified bodies been founded the water off a Trump golf, resort in New York City he composed body was discovered Wednesday. Night in the East River. Snagged in rocks five hundred feet all the Trump golf links at ferry point this is townhall dot com Sergio archaeology who entered turnarounds. To save both THEO and Chrysler has died at the age of sixty six silky amok Yoni joined in. Twenty four lead at the cheering based companies merger with, bankrupt US a Chrysler he proceeded to then build that. Is sung companies, into, the wills sentence largest automaker monkey is. Reported to had, surgery for a shoulder problem. About three weeks gun Switzerland. Fiat Chrysler then set on Saturday that due to his deteriorating health the chief will not be able to. Return to work John Elkins says unfortunately what we feared has come to pass so. Mark Yoni man and friend is gone I'm. Charles de LA desma the Trump administration is releasing hundreds of emigrant families to faith-based groups that are taking. Responsibility for their wellbeing once they're out of government custody the releases or.
Bashar Assad, Vladimir Putin and Shannon Barney discussed on Living Better with Laura Smith
"The stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven wabc it happened in march touring helicopter crashed into the east river killing all five sightseeing passengers aboard today there's a report that says pilots working for the touring company warned their bosses about possible safety issues months before that accident the report also says pilots were concerned about a range of things from the types of harnesses used to strap in passengers to the tools they were given to cut the tether is in case of emergency those five drowned when they were unable to free themselves from the tethers after the craft rolled into the water president trump is condemning what he calls a mindless chemical attack that killed hundreds of people including women and children in the town of douma syria he called syrian president bashar assad and animal and also levelled a rare personal criticism of russian president vladimir putin for supporting the assad regime saying there will be a huge price to pay for the latest attack although he didn't elaborate on what he meant by that a body was recovered this weekend in the vicinity were that suv plunged off a northern california cliff last month killing a family of eight thirty suspect may have been an intentional crash the body appears to be that of an african american female but the agent identity could not be immediately determined according to lieutenant shannon barney of the mendocino county sheriff's office an autopsy is planned for tuesday i'm bill rosie on seventyseven wabc where new york comes to talk bill evans with the forecast at moment i graham looks at traffic from the raycatena dot com traffic center i'm graham mitchell heading west.
Feds seize classified ad site Backpage.com over sex trafficking ads
"Ordered the cell to drop the apparent weapon but that he refused and shots were fired new york city mayor bill de blasios says police had to make a split decision the cells family says it should have been apparent that he was suffering from a mental illness polly christman for seven ten w our governor cuomo wasn't brooklyn today giving a shout out to the transit workers union during a tour of a subway repair facility i wanna thank the twu and the the women and the men who walked on the subway system union has been running ads blaming mayor blasios for the current subway crisis he's since responded saying the governor is using transportation workers money to campaign for another four years of running the subways meanwhile new york city did kick in four hundred eighteen million dollars this month to pay for half of the mta short term maintenance plan the classified ads website back page appears to have been taken down the site is known for personal ads of the adult variety a recent message on backpage dot com says it's been seen used by the fbi the irs and other agencies as part of an enforcement action federal agents reportedly raided the home of back page founder michael lacey this morning back page has come under scrutiny as authorities investigate sex trafficking and prostitution allegations stemming from the site just last week craigslist removed it's personal ad section and response to these stop enabling sex trafficking act this coming june a six acre park is set to open on the site of the old domino sugar refinery they're calling it as you might expect domino park it'll stretch along the edge of the east river in brooklyn for a quarter mile between grand street and south fifth street near the williamsburg bridge it features the artifact walk an elevated walkway made for machinery salvaged from the sugar plant which operated from eighteen eighty two up until two thousand four sports and weather next w o r news time eight oh four attention investors diversified to real estate for returns of twenty percent with monthly payoffs tax advantages had one hundred percent of cash flow to investors first national.
Where on Earth is the Oldest Bridge?
Where on Earth is the Oldest Bridge?
Stormy Daniels amends complaint to include Trump attorney, defamation claim
"Begins next month services scheduled to start this fall adult film star stormy daniels has filed a defamation claim against president trump's personal attorney michael cohen and the white house maintains that president trump denies he had an affair with daniel white house press secretary raj shaw says that president trump maintains that none of the claims made by stormy daniels and a sixty minutes interview are accurate but scholl wouldn't say whether the president himself watch the interview i can say categorically and obviously white house didn't engage in any wrongdoing campaign or mr cohen the campaign or mr cohen can address anything with respect to their actions mr cohen is president trump's personal attorney michael cohen he now finds himself party to a lawsuit for defamation of character lana zak abc news washington new details about the helicopter crashed in new york city earlier this month from a report by federal safety investigators issued today pilot of the helicopter that crashed into the east river told the ntsb he twice instructed his passengers how to cut themselves free from their harnesses which they were unable to before all five ground the passengers were using restraints and tethers that allowed them to reposition so they could take photographs the helicopter suffered with the pilot thought was engine failure the ntsb said he noticed the emergency fuel shutoff lever in the off position in a passengers tether underneath it he switched the few lever on tried to restart the engine but the helicopter had lost too much altitude aaron katersky.
Florida bridge collapse: Engineer reported cracks days earlier
"Department of agriculture says two days before thursday's pedestrian bridge collapsed in miami an engineer left to voicemail messages advising on the need for some repairs dinnie paint works for fig bridge group calling to share with you should information about the bridge and some cracking has been observed on the north end of the spanned pylon end of that we moved this weekend six people died from the collapse the faa has banned sightseeing flights in helicopters with open doors on the heels of an accident in new york city this past weekend that killed five passengers they want the safety harnesses used in those flights to be redesigned correspondent bill rakoff the faa ordered the ban friday amid concerns that such harnesses prevented passengers from escaping when their helicopter went into the east river on sunday killing five people the national transportation safety board continues to investigate the accident this is usa radio news.
FAA bans some copter flights in New York
"Been under treatment for injuries ntsb chairman robert somewhat way are looking at one thing that is safety we're not here to help the lawyers bill their cases to point fingers to lay blame to assign fault what we're here to do is very simple find out what happened so that we can keep it from happening again before the transportation department says an engineer noted cracks in one end of the span two days before the collapse or son clear those cracks played any role in the bridges failure in reaction to last weekend's crash of a sightseeing helicopter in new york city's east river where five passengers drown the faa is now banning such flights where the helicopter flies with its doors left open cbs bill rakoff the faa says the ban applies to helicopters that fly with their doors open often so that passengers can take pictures news harnesses that can't be quickly released the faa says those flights have to stay grounded until the restraints are feng's pilot escape that sinking the passengers held fast in the restraints drown how's that ncaa tournament bracket looking after friday night's upset number sixteen university of baltimore or rather university of maryland baltimore county beating overall number one seed virginia seventy four to fifty four you nbc cochrane owed to go toe to toe over the number one team in the country i mean unbelievable is really all you could say it's billed as the biggest upset in terni history virginia easy favor to make it at least as far.