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"elizabeth arcee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth arcee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Section. None of the injuries was life threatening. The Corona virus pandemic is for some musicians to take to the streets and that has led to a whole new audience for some of them. WCBS is Mike Sugerman has today's difference. Makers story. It's your birthday. What do you want? A big brass band his fifth birthday. That's what Georgie wanted. He'd see the brass queens outside his window in Brooklyn, marching in the protest time. We come down with our signs in our boners, he says. Where's the band? His mom. Jimmy Caldwell made sure they were here on this breast, queens or an all female brass band in New Orleans Second line who have found a second career not by choice. As long as it keeps positively in the world will keep doing it. Elizabeth Arcee and bandmates all their gigs disappear when the virus spread the queen spot back from the joy. Everyone's been in lock down, enjoying the music. So around the neighborhood trumpeter Alex Harris to be a part of people's personal lives like this, rather than just performing at a club or something. We're there in the audience of Harley from us, it's It's cool to have this one. During this time, been donating a lot of money We've been getting in making sure to spread love because everyone's sort of struggling right now that saxophone player just a Murdoch, nearly five year old Georgie pronounced it a success. It was on a crowded, busy Brooklyn street stage. The brass queens are getting more accustomed to playing continuing in their words, kick brass difference makers. Mike Sugerman WCBS News Radio 80 difference.

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"elizabeth arcee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth arcee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Milford. The Corona virus pandemic has forced some musicians to take to the streets that has led to a whole new audience. For some WCBS is Mike Sugerman has this difference MAKER story? It's your birthday. What do you want? A big brass band, his fifth birthday. That's what Georgie wanted. He'd see the brass queens outside his window in Brooklyn, marching in the protest time come down without signs in our boners, he says. Where's the bat? His mom. Jimmy Caldwell made sure they were here on this. The breasts Queens or an all female brass band in New Orleans Second line who have found a second career not by It's a song keeps positively in the world will keep Elizabeth Arcee and bandmates. All their gigs disappear when the virus spread Queen spot back spread the joy. Everyone's been in lock down, enjoying the music. So around the neighborhood trumpeter Alex Harris to be a part of people's personal lives like this rather than just Performing at a club or something. Where there in the audience of Farley from us, it's It's cool to have this team said during this time, been donating a lot of money we've been getting in. Yeah, should spread the love because everyone's sort of struggling right now that saxophone player just a Murdoch. Nearly five year old Georgie pronounced it a success. It was good on a crowded, busy Brooklyn street stage. The brass queens are getting more accustomed to playing continuing in their.

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"elizabeth arcee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth arcee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"New Orleans Second line who have found a second career not by choice keeps positively in the world, Looking down on Elizabeth Arcee and bandmates. All their gigs disappear when the virus spread Queen spot back spread the joy. Everyone's been in, lock down, enjoying the music so around the neighborhood. Trumpeter Alex Harris to be a part of people's personal lives like this, rather than just performing at a club or something. We're there in the audience of Farley from us, it's It's cool to have this 1970 during this time, been donating a lot of money we've been getting in. Yeah, sure Spread the love because everyone's sort of struggling right now that saxophone player just a Murdoch. Nearly five year old Georgie pronounced it a success. It was good on a crowded, busy Brooklyn street stage. The brass queens are getting more accustomed to playing continuing in their words, kick brass difference makers Mike Sugerman WCBS News, Radio 80 and difference makers is sponsored by Catholic Charities of Brooklyn and Queens, Changing lives building communities. Doubly CBS News Time is 10. 48. Traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the Yates. What's up on the roads? First? Here's Kelly Dylan. Let's start with Ian Van Gogh Wanna don't bumper to bumper delays approaching the prospect of a crash in that left lane. Also, quite. The Mets now acting Bronx, Manhattan, bound R F K Bridge on the Queens stand construction work now blocking the two left lanes, and we're all jammed up in the moment. In an accident on the North End Garden State Parkway in New Jersey by Exit 82 in Toms River that takes out the left lane and some good news for a double Our commuters thie run Kong come a branch is now back on or close to schedule our next traffic update in less than 10.

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"elizabeth arcee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth arcee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"His fifth birthday. That's what Georgie wanted. He'd see the brass queens outside his window in Brooklyn. Marching in the protest time way come down without signs in our boners, he says, where the band is Mom, Jimmy Caldwell made sure they were here on this breast, queens or an all female brass band in New Orleans second line. We found a second career not by choice, as long as it keeps positively in the world will keep doing it. Elizabeth Arcee and bandmates all their gigs disappear when the virus spread the queen's spot back from the joy. Everyone's been in lock down, enjoying the music. So around the neighborhood trumpeter Alex Harris to be a part of people's personal lives like this, rather than just Performing at a club or something. Where there in the audience of Farley from us, it's It's cool to have this team said during this time, been donating a lot of money we've been getting in. Yeah, sure Spread the love because everyone's sort of struggling right now that saxophone player just a Murdoch. Nearly five year old Georgie pronounced it a success. It was on a crowded, busy Brooklyn street stage. The brass queens are getting more accustomed to playing continuing in their words, kick brass difference makers. Mike Sugerman WCBS News Radio 80 Difference Makers on WCBS sponsored by Peerless Boilers, America's best built boilers. WCBS news time to 48 traffic and weather together on the ADA. Sponsored by Hint water. Here's Jim Feldman with latest Still, flooding were on the way in Brooklyn by Hamilton Avenue. So just keep that in mind but the other spots by Atlantic Avenue by Cabin Plaza starting to subside, But it is still very slow on the B Q E and to go on is combo in both directions through Brooklyn. Brooklyn, bound of the Brooklyn Bridge is jammed up. It is also jammed up Brooklyn bound on the upper level of the Manhattan Bridge in Queens, L III jammed up eastbound out from the From the B Q. E through the fairgrounds out to at least cross Island Parkway. You've got South bound delays on the cross on the parkway, starting in Francis Lewis Boulevard and eastbound delays are now building on the Grand Central. Bayelsa Citi Field into the Kew Gardens interchange and also some slowdowns. Queens bound on the R F K Triborough Bridge does look like there is some roadwork set up just as you're getting into Queens, Bruckner North bound slow right off of the R F K all the Way up to the Hunts, Point Avenue drawbridge, Westbound Cross Bronx delay, starting at about the interchange about an hour from there now to the APP on George Washington Bridge, at least 1/2 a Knauer on the North bound Egan and It's building at least 1/2 an hour. Now in the South bound side of the Deegan is well but across the bridge itself out into Jersey it's a okay delays are building outbound at the Lincoln Tunnel. It's about 10 to 15 there and still about 5 to 10 on the outbound side of the Holland Tunnel and still have a broken down vehicle on the Gospels Bridge jersey bound about mid span. It is the center lane blocked but delays or back out of the stand on the expressway by Victory Boulevard next traffic update less than 10 minutes away, and WCBS. Neurologist Daniel Middle, joining.

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"elizabeth arcee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth arcee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Ahead 66 points right now. And the Corona virus pandemic is for some musicians to take to the streets that has led to a whole new audience. For some WCBS Aditi's My Sugarman's here with today's difference Makers story. It's your birthday. What do you want? A big brass band his fifth birthday. That's what Georgie wanted. He'd see the brass queens outside his window in Brooklyn, marching in the protest time. We come down without signs in our boners, he says. Where's the band? His mom. Jimmy Caldwell made sure they were here on this breast, queens or an all female brass band in New Orleans second line, we found a second career not by choice. As long as it keeps positively in the world will keep doing it. Elizabeth Arcee and bandmates all their gigs disappear when the virus spread Queen spot back from the joy. Everyone's been in lock down, enjoying the music. So around the neighborhood trumpeter Alex Harris to be a part of people's personal lives like this, rather than just Performing at a club or something. Where there in the audience of Farley from us, it's It's cool to have this during this time, been donating a lot of money we've been getting in. Yeah, should spread the love because everyone's sort of struggling right now that saxophone player just a Murdoch. Nearly five year old Georgie pronounced it a success. It was good on a crowded, busy Brooklyn street stage. The brass queens are getting more accustomed to playing continuing in their words, kick brass difference makers. Mike Sugerman WCBS News Radio 80 And difference. Makers on.

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"elizabeth arcee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth arcee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"At WCBS. The Corona virus pandemic has forced some musicians to take to the streets and that Has led to a whole new audience for some of them. W. CBS's Mike Sugerman has today's difference. Makers story. It's your birthday. What do you want a big brass band on his fifth birthday? That's what Georgie wanted. He'd see the brass queens outside his window in Brooklyn, marching in the protest time way, come down with our signs in our boners, he says. Where's the band? His mom. Jimmy Caldwell made sure they were here on this breast, queens or an all female brass band in New Orleans second line, we found a second career not by choice, as long as it keeps positively in the world will keep doing it. Elizabeth Arcee and bandmates all their gigs disappear when the virus spread the Queen spot back from joy. Everyone's been in lock down. People have been enjoying the music so around the neighborhood trumpeter Alex Harris to be a part of people's personal lives like this, rather than just performing at a club or something. We're there in the audience of Farley from us, it's It's cool to have this team said during this time, been donating a lot of money We've been getting in making sure to spread the love because everyone's sort of struggling right now that saxophone player just a Murdoch. Nearly five year old Georgie pronounced it a success. It was on a crowded, busy Brooklyn street stage. The brass queens are getting more accustomed to playing continuing in their words, a kick brass difference makers. Mike Sugerman WCBS NEWS Radio 80. This.

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"elizabeth arcee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth arcee" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Has led to a whole new audience for some of them. WCBS is Mike Sugerman as today's difference Makers story, It's your birthday. What do you want a big brass band on his fifth birthday? That's what Georgie wanted. He'd see the brass queens outside his window in Brooklyn, marching in the protest time way, come down with our signs in our boners, he says. Where's the bat? His mom. Jimmy Caldwell made sure they were here on this breast, queens or an all female brass band in New Orleans second line, we found a second career not by choice. As long as it keeps positively in the world will keep doing it. Elizabeth Arcee and bandmates all their gigs disappear when the virus spread the queen spot back from the joy. Everyone's been in lock down, enjoying the music. So around the neighborhood trumpeter Alex Harris to be a part of people's personal lives like this, rather than just Performing at a club or something. Where there in the audience of Farley from us, it's It's cool to have this team during this time, been donating a lot of money We've been getting in making sure to spread the love because everyone's sort of struggling right now that saxophone player just a Murdoch. Nearly five year old Georgie pronounced it a success. It was on a crowded, busy Brooklyn street stage. The brass queens are getting more accustomed to playing continuing in their words, kick brass difference makers. Mike Sugerman WCBS NEWS Radio 80. This old Tuba player loved.

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