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Chord Change Occurs in 639-Year Piece of Music

Hollywood 360

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Chord Change Occurs in 639-Year Piece of Music

"A special kind of musical happening at a church in Germany. A chord change an organ piece that is supposed to last for an entirety of 639 years. Performance of the organ A S L S P or as low as possible composition began in September, 2000 won at this sample Charlie Church in the eastern town of Halberstadt. It's supposed to end in 2640. If all goes well. The music piece by the American composer John Cage is played on a special organ inside the medieval church, The last sound husband, the same one for the last six years and 11 months and therefore the court change was a big event among fans off the John Cage organ project. I'm serious.

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"halberstadt" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:38 min | 3 months ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on AP News

"Really guys containers door with space comes from going of that the fact that labor unions across many different sectors of the labor movement We're joined together in such a show of solidarity with the movement for Black lives. It's both significant and its historic AP News For Friday, September 4th I'm to Maguire. President Trump continues to slam the Atlantic magazine's article alleging he mocked US World War dead, his losers and suckers. It's a hoax, just like the fake dossier was a hoax. Just like the Russia Russia. Russia was a hoax. The article quotes anonymous sources, many of whom were confirmed independently by The Associated Press. During a White House briefing, Trump seemed to try to blame former chief of staff and retired General John Kelly. He was sort of a tough guy. By the time he got eaten up. In this world. It's a different world than he was used to. He was unable to function. 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The virus is blamed for about 187,000 deaths and almost 6.2 million confirmed infections in the U. S. San Antonio police officer is in serious condition after being stabbed in the face by a shoplifting suspect who was black. He was shot to death by the officer and a store security guard after the stabbing. This is AP News. The father of Jacob Blake, the man shot by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, says his son is optimistic, Jacob Blake senior tells the AP. His son is doing a little bit better. He's been released from I C u so that's about it. Come along and tell you right there, but he still From then the waste down. No movie, Blake says talks with his son Focus on what he conduce. He's out of the hospital, even if he still paralyzed will go fishing in the chair together. I got a perfect spot for Blake says he hasn't talked to his son about what happened before the shooting. There's nothing That my son did justifies getting shot seven times in his back. The Kenosha police union says Blake had a knife and refused orders to drop it. I'm Ed Donahue, the younger Blake, who had an outstanding arrest warrant when he was shot, pleaded not guilty to charges accusing him of sexually assaulting a woman. His trial has been set for November night. I'm to McGuire AP News. We've been active on the streets. We've been active voting, and now this suggests that we're going to be active as an organized group of working people to use our labor in orderto make sure that our demands are met if I was a decision maker on the local, state or national level. That was deciding whether or not to meet the demands of the moment and meet the demands that the movement for black lives has presented. I would be concerned I would be been scared. Hey, this is still from the container store. Oh, is there's something wrong? I just got a virtual designer would be a cool robot. I could do a robot voice. If that helps Navy high. I am jail. Let Steve Absolutely not regular voice. Thank you. Yeah, I'm not good at impressions enjoy free virtual in home closet design and up to 25%. Off closet systems with the container store is custom closet sail the container store where space comes from. The fact that Labor unions across many different sectors of the labor movement would join together in such a show of solidarity with the movement for Black lives. It's both significant and its historic Corona virus update. I'm Shelly Adler with an AP News minute The death toll from covert 19 in the U. S was 187,000 Saturday. That's according to Johns Hopkins University around the world. That total is 875,000 After watching spikes after major holidays in the US, many officials have a warning for Labor Day weekend. Kate Brown is the governor of Oregon as you make your plans for Labor Day. Please don't let your fatigue with these restrictions Take us away from our collective goal of reducing infection and preventing death. Central Michigan University shows no signs of shutting down campus as it nears 300 Corona virus cases associated with its university population. The administration is pushing that keep students on campus until it's no longer feasible. The tensions with students are increasing. Many want the university to suspend in person classes. Shelly Adler AP News Hundreds of fans attended a special kind of musical happening at the church in Germany accorded change in an organ piece they're supposed to last for an entirety off 639 years. The performance of the organ A S L s p or as slow as possible Composition Begun in September, 2000 won at this sample Charlie Church in the eastern town of Halberstadt and is supposed to end in 2640. If all goes well, the music piece by the American composer John Cage is played on a special organ inside the medieval church. The last sound has been the same one for the last six years and 11 months. And therefore the court change was a big event among fans off the John Cage organ project. I'm serious, Shockley the performance of the organ, A S, l s P or a slow is possible composition begun in September, 2000 won at this Charlie Church in the eastern town of Halberstadt and is supposed to end in 2640. If all goes well, the music piece by the American composer John Cage is played on a special organ inside the medieval church. The last sound has been the same one for the last six years and 11 months and therefore the court change was a big event among fans off the John Cage organ project. I'm serious. Shockley President Trump has directed the Office of Management and Budget to crack down on anti racism training sessions by federal agencies, calling them divisive anti American propaganda. Theo and be director sent a letter Friday to executive branch agencies directing them to identify spending related to any training on critical race theory, white privilege or any other material that teaches or suggest that the U. S or any race or ethnicity is inherently racist or evil. A memo comes as the nation has faced a reckoning this summer over racial injustice in policing and other spheres of American life. President Trump has spent much of the summer defending the display of the Confederate flag and monuments of civil war rebels from protesters seeking their removal in what he calls a culture war ahead of the November 3rd election. I'm Julie Walker Bong director sent a letter Friday to executive branch agencies directing them to identify spending related to any training on critical race theory, white privilege or any other material that teaches or suggest that the U. S or any race or ethnicity is inherently racist or evil. A memo comes as the nation has faced a reckoning this summer over racial injustice in policing and other spheres of American life. President Trump has spent much of the summer defending the display of the Confederate flag and monuments of civil war rebels from protesters seeking their removal in what he calls a culture war ahead of the November 3rd election. I'm Julie Walker. With the Corona virus spreading through colleges at alarming rates, universities are scrambling to find quarantine locations.

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"halberstadt" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:08 min | 3 months ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on AP News

"Hundreds of fans attended a special kind of musical happening at the church in Germany a quick change in an organ piece that's supposed to last for the entirety of 639 years the performance of the organ ASL has P. or S. that was possible composition of began in September 2001 at this time please try to charge in the eastern town of Halberstadt and it's supposed to end in 2640 if all goes well the music piece for the American composer John Cage is played on a special organ inside the medieval church the last sound has been the same one for the last 6 years and 11 months and therefore the court change was a big event among fans of the John Cage organ project I'm sorry I shockingly

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"halberstadt" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:08 min | 3 months ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on AP News

"Hundreds of fans attended a special kind of musical happening at the church in Germany a quick change in an organ piece that's supposed to last for the entirety of 639 years the performance of the organ ASL has P. or S. that was possible composition of began in September 2001 at this time please try to charge in the eastern town of Halberstadt and it's supposed to end in 2640 if all goes well the music piece for the American composer John Cage is played on a special organ inside the medieval church the last sound has been the same one for the last 6 years and 11 months and therefore the court change was a big event among fans of the John Cage organ project I'm sorry I shockingly

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Slow music: Chord change in Germany of 639-year organ piece

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Slow music: Chord change in Germany of 639-year organ piece

"Hundreds of fans attended a special kind of musical happening at the church in Germany a quick change in an organ piece that's supposed to last for the entirety of six hundred thirty nine years the performance of the organ ASL has P. or S. that was possible composition of began in September two thousand and one at this time please try to charge in the eastern town of Halberstadt and it's supposed to end in two thousand six hundred forty if all goes well the music piece for the American composer John Cage is played on a special organ inside the medieval church the last sound has been the same one for the last six years and eleven months and therefore the court change was a big event among fans of the John Cage organ project I'm sorry I shockingly

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Slow music: Chord change in Germany of 639-year organ piece

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Slow music: Chord change in Germany of 639-year organ piece

"Hundreds of fans attended a special kind of musical happening at the church in Germany a quick change in an organ piece that's supposed to last for the entirety of six hundred thirty nine years the performance of the organ ASL has P. or S. that was possible composition of began in September two thousand and one at this time please try to charge in the eastern town of Halberstadt and it's supposed to end in two thousand six hundred forty if all goes well the music piece for the American composer John Cage is played on a special organ inside the medieval church the last sound has been the same one for the last six years and eleven months and therefore the court change was a big event among fans of the John Cage organ project I'm sorry I shockingly

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"halberstadt" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

06:31 min | 5 months ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on Bookworm

"In the course of my reading. I found a recently published book by a writer who frequently appears in The New Yorker New York magazine in many of the glossies. He's a wonderful writer. His name is Alex. how number stat? He was born in the Soviet Union when it was the Soviet Union and he's written. A cross between memoir and history called Young Heroes of the Soviet Union. Since I, am myself of Russian descent and I know some little about what it was like to grow. Walk in the Soviet Union. I found the book. Fascinating. When learned. In its first stone ten pages. Than Alex Humber stance grandfather was one of Stalin's personal bodyguards. That he in this book would travel to the Soviet Union. To meet this previously, UNMET! This grandfather once combed his hair and gave him a bath. How old were you? Then I was three months old Michael. and. You had barely spent time with your biological father because he stayed in the Soviet Union while you and your mother and your mother's parents came to America. Yes, that's right, Michael? How old were you then? I was nine years old. And where did you lands? How did it go? Well we left Moscow in the fall of nineteen, seventy nine, and after about six months Austria in Italy. We ended up in Queens County New York. In addition to all the other things. I have in common with the writer of the spoke Alex. Halberstadt I grew up in Queens to not the same part of Queens and you grew up in the projects. Yes, I did I grew up in the ravens, wood houses, which were part of New York City public housing. Your family was helped to America by an agency. Whose what would you call it? Specialties central issue was helping Russian Jews to leave Russia. Yes, that's correct. It was called highest the Hebrew International Aid Society, and it's still it's still going strong and actually doing a lot of activism right now, behalf of immigrants and refugees now. Wake my audience up. What is it like for? Alex Halberstadt to wake up and find himself in America having grown up near to Moscow. was. It was wonderful. I'M NOT GONNA lie, you know as as a nine and ten year old I thought America was amazing. It was every every kid's dream. You know unlimited consumer goods <hes> based. Professional wrestling on television now it was really it was. It was a wonderland. You grew up. In Russia what did the Russian novel mean to you control? It was a huge. Influence on my life does go ski in particular but Tolstoy, so tell me about your relation to the Great Russian literature. I think my relationship was a little ambivalent <hes> I tried to read. And I think, I have read most of tolstoy industy upscale entered. In, Russia which took. Eventually started to take a lot longer than it did in English and I loved reading those books. But it kind of you know. I found that also a little confusing because it kind of. I think in some ways overlapped with my experience of having grown up in Russia and kind of taught me about kind of the version of Russia that I was that I only got to know through books. I lived there in the nineteen seventies during the heyday of Soviet Union. You know surrounded by. Socialist realism and this was kind of a rush that I was only getting to know through books innocent I? Think one the things that fascinates me about your book young. Heroes of the Soviet Union it's an memo R- and reckoning the subtitles <hes>. The You Come. To consciousness. After the death of what I was taught growing up was the great solve fullness of Russia. The Soviet Union. With the secret police and the thongs. parentally, your grandfather was a murderous thug. <hes> he certainly was. Who was himself. Murdering Jews and the other so headed your family. Your mother's side was Jewish. Yes, yes, so what happens then to the Russians so? The Russian soul. Well, you know it's funny. A part of writing this book was kind of trying to reckon a I think it's subtitled reckoning because. It was an attempt to reckon with what that country means. WHOA, how Howard was formed, and it's also a nation of readers, a nation of people who? Love jokes anecdotes, and you know they are indeed a very soulful. People, but also simultaneously it is a country that has an uninterrupted history of despotism of cruelty of. Secret Police of. The government that treats its people essentially as vassals, and you know <hes>, so it is, it is a very. Confusing and ambivalent legacy, you

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Alex Halberstadt: "Young Heroes of the Soviet Union: A Memoir and a Reckoning"

Bookworm

06:31 min | 5 months ago

Alex Halberstadt: "Young Heroes of the Soviet Union: A Memoir and a Reckoning"

"In the course of my reading. I found a recently published book by a writer who frequently appears in The New Yorker New York magazine in many of the glossies. He's a wonderful writer. His name is Alex. how number stat? He was born in the Soviet Union when it was the Soviet Union and he's written. A cross between memoir and history called Young Heroes of the Soviet Union. Since I, am myself of Russian descent and I know some little about what it was like to grow. Walk in the Soviet Union. I found the book. Fascinating. When learned. In its first stone ten pages. Than Alex Humber stance grandfather was one of Stalin's personal bodyguards. That he in this book would travel to the Soviet Union. To meet this previously, UNMET! This grandfather once combed his hair and gave him a bath. How old were you? Then I was three months old Michael. and. You had barely spent time with your biological father because he stayed in the Soviet Union while you and your mother and your mother's parents came to America. Yes, that's right, Michael? How old were you then? I was nine years old. And where did you lands? How did it go? Well we left Moscow in the fall of nineteen, seventy nine, and after about six months Austria in Italy. We ended up in Queens County New York. In addition to all the other things. I have in common with the writer of the spoke Alex. Halberstadt I grew up in Queens to not the same part of Queens and you grew up in the projects. Yes, I did I grew up in the ravens, wood houses, which were part of New York City public housing. Your family was helped to America by an agency. Whose what would you call it? Specialties central issue was helping Russian Jews to leave Russia. Yes, that's correct. It was called highest the Hebrew International Aid Society, and it's still it's still going strong and actually doing a lot of activism right now, behalf of immigrants and refugees now. Wake my audience up. What is it like for? Alex Halberstadt to wake up and find himself in America having grown up near to Moscow. was. It was wonderful. I'M NOT GONNA lie, you know as as a nine and ten year old I thought America was amazing. It was every every kid's dream. You know unlimited consumer goods based. Professional wrestling on television now it was really it was. It was a wonderland. You grew up. In Russia what did the Russian novel mean to you control? It was a huge. Influence on my life does go ski in particular but Tolstoy, so tell me about your relation to the Great Russian literature. I think my relationship was a little ambivalent I tried to read. And I think, I have read most of tolstoy industy upscale entered. In, Russia which took. Eventually started to take a lot longer than it did in English and I loved reading those books. But it kind of you know. I found that also a little confusing because it kind of. I think in some ways overlapped with my experience of having grown up in Russia and kind of taught me about kind of the version of Russia that I was that I only got to know through books. I lived there in the nineteen seventies during the heyday of Soviet Union. You know surrounded by. Socialist realism and this was kind of a rush that I was only getting to know through books innocent I? Think one the things that fascinates me about your book young. Heroes of the Soviet Union it's an memo R- and reckoning the subtitles The You Come. To consciousness. After the death of what I was taught growing up was the great solve fullness of Russia. The Soviet Union. With the secret police and the thongs. parentally, your grandfather was a murderous thug. he certainly was. Who was himself. Murdering Jews and the other so headed your family. Your mother's side was Jewish. Yes, yes, so what happens then to the Russians so? The Russian soul. Well, you know it's funny. A part of writing this book was kind of trying to reckon a I think it's subtitled reckoning because. It was an attempt to reckon with what that country means. WHOA, how Howard was formed, and it's also a nation of readers, a nation of people who? Love jokes anecdotes, and you know they are indeed a very soulful. People, but also simultaneously it is a country that has an uninterrupted history of despotism of cruelty of. Secret Police of. The government that treats its people essentially as vassals, and you know so it is, it is a very. Confusing and ambivalent legacy, you

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"halberstadt" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"That that's when we identify this and treated because if we treat these pre-cancerous, then okay, we're not gonna develop cancer cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer in women globally killing three hundred thousand people every year man from New York is accused of using his vehicle as a weapon. Police say this may have started as an argument between the driver and the family outside a seven eleven in Halberstadt northeast of New York City. They say the enraged driver plowed. His car into the family which included a baby five children, then smashed his vehicle into the store front before putting it reverse driving forward again hitting the family a second time. A thirty two year old woman was killed all the family. Members were hospitalized responding officers. Say thirty five year old Jason Mendez refused to drop a knife. They tased him and arrested him. He has now. Pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and attempted murder. I'm Rita Foley. A Coast Guard Lieutenant is accused of high level crimes against his own country. Prosecutors say Christopher Paul Hassen is a domestic terrorist was arrested last week in Maryland on gun and drug offenses. But they say those charges are the proverbial tip of the iceberg court documents show had wrote a draft Email two years ago where he was dreaming of a way to kill almost every last person on earth describing biological attacks. Among other things that are allegiance found fifteen firearms in his apartment. Prosecutors say he had started the process of targeting specific victims, including top congressional Democrats, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer saga megani? Washington. Traffic weather, low gas prices all coming up next WBZ news time, one thirty six the best weekend ever JC Penney for casual Friday.

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"halberstadt" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Going to check out the weather with meteorologist Bill Deger. Low pressure moving across the mid Atlantic will bring most of us a chilly rain for today, while others will see some snow and sleet into tonight today, windy, and colder with periods of rain temperatures in the low forty s much of the day, however, far to the north and west there. Eighty four could see some snow or sleet. Makes him with temperatures in the thirties there. The rain ends tonight, perhaps is wet snow north west to eighty seven watch for slick spots. Lows of twenty eight north and west thirty six in midtown overnight. Tomorrow, we turn windy, partly sunny forty-seven sunshine out Tuesday, Wednesday, colder thirty-six, Tuesday, forty two Wednesday. Clouding up Thursday forty-seven ahead of rain Thursday night. And right now basking ridge you have clouds and forty degrees, light rain for Breezy Point, forty-one, light rain in west Halberstadt, thirty seven degrees. It is rainy foggy and misty in midtown. Thirty nine degrees w CBS news time seven ten well New York did it yesterday. It was New Jersey's turn for the madness that is Santa con the bar crawl in Hoboken led to at least eight arrests four police. Officers reportedly injured when the party and got to rowdy police chief Ken Ferranti is not a fan of the event. He says he gets a lot of messages from people who say it's hard for them to explain to their kids. Why Santa or? Or MRs Claus are drunk and disorderly it looks like it may be losing popularity in Hoboken as it is ten bars took part in Santa com. This year that's down from thirty last year. WCBS news time seven eleven when it comes to taking.

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"halberstadt" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Weather together every ten minutes on the aids starting off with Matt McClure that we're going to start off on the ride in Connecticut right now, we cleared an accident southbound Connecticut turnpike before exit thirty eight in Milford. So that's some good news there. So now things moving along just fine on the turnpike between Greenwich through Norwalk and even up Bridgeport Milford area. I everything moving along fine. They're Merritt Parkway. Same thing a smooth ride in both directions. Will you make your way southbound though into Westchester? We do have that closure on the hutch between exits six and fifteen in both directions. So that's between the New England through throughway and the cross county. Just avoid the hatch through that area at all costs. If you at all can elsewhere in Westchester things moving along. Okay, right now. The Bronx river Parkway, for example. No major incidents there to report in the five boroughs. We did clear that construction headed from queens into Manhattan on the queens midtown tunnel. But when you make your way into Manhattan, southbound FDR drive approach. The queens midtown tunnel starting to see just a bit of a slow ride there. Although the delays look like they're letting up already so no major issue to report in that area. Now, here's meteorologist Bill Deger with the forecast storm system meandering to our south will bring us one round of rain this morning at another one late tonight and tomorrow before we dry out for the work week today, though starting out with light rain drizzle. Even fog later on cloudy and dry. Fifty two cloudy, low thirty eight tonight with rain returning late at night, periods of rain tomorrow bit, cooler and Wendy high forty one partly sunny dry on Monday, high forty seven plan right now. Forty seven degrees in basking ridge. It is forty eight and Breezy Point west Halberstadt. You have forty four degrees forty seven and foggy with plenty of clouds in midtown..

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"halberstadt" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"On WCBS. All right. We are waiting on the temperature to get out of the teen. Still pretty chilly in central park where Holden at about sixteen degrees under clear skies, the high today just thirty one but after this cold morning, it's gonna feel warm tonight. Partly cloudy, a low of thirty in the city down into the twenties for the suburbs. And then we change again tomorrow going to see more clouds, and it's going to get milder. The high near fifty degrees. It will stay in the upper forty s tomorrow night. And we do see some rain coming late in the day tomorrow for Sunday damp with areas of fog for the morning, then breezy and mild in the afternoon with some sun and a high all the way up at fifty five. Five degrees Monday. We start the workweek with periods of rain and a high of fifty two right now twenty four in west Halberstadt, twenty-seven and Breezy Point basking ridge at twenty six degrees at sixteen and clear in central park. WCBS CBS news time eleven forty. I'm Peter Greenburg. And this is today's ion travel minute. The numbers are staggering US airlines earned four point six billion in checked baggage fees last year, that's bad enough. But how do they earn those fees? It's not as straightforward as you might think it all depends on when you're checking the bag how much it weighs and some other sticker shock just waiting to happen. Some airlines charge more for checked bags based on peak flying time and be where other restrictions like weight limits, and they differ among airlines checking bag on spirit or allegiance, he'll allow just forty pounds other airlines allow fifty but then there's the overweight charge. The weight limited jet blue is fifty pounds..

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"halberstadt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Love about Europe right now is the six hour difference. So I always wake up early. No matter what fi wake up at six in the morning here. It's actually midnight back home. But if I'm up at six in the morning, the market doesn't open till three thirty pm of all day without the market to go around. You know, we got into the early this morning, and we already went through a bunch of things. I gotta tell you. The one great thing about Europe. No, not the socialism. Every country's different every country is so unique. And Australia's no different. We will take a drive this weekend into from Vienna. To salzburg. And this place called Halberstadt. Just gorgeous scenery will drive through the I guess the Austrian Alps the whole works. I love doing it. When we went to Switzerland last year. We got in the car, and we drove from let's see Zurich. Davos. To Lucerne and Bern and all the way up that way into finishing up in Geneva. I just love driving we stop and all these small towns if you haven't done it in your lifetime, please do it. This is nothing to do with socialism. Ladies and gentlemen. And yes, there's a lot of socialism going on here. May I say, but let me just say this capitalistic socialism. Just remember that it's not like Cuban Venezuela. This capitalism here people own things companies own things. But they still need some more. There's no other greatest system than true free markets and capitalism, which unfortunately, we don't have in the United States anymore because of how much the government overseeing things and what happened in. Oh, wait, we bail out the freaking banks, which still just irritates the hell out of me. I still haven't gotten over that by the way. It is three fifteen. Your time doubt one. Oh, six s and p eight NASDAQ nineteen NASDAQ one hundred twenty two stocks ten transports eighty-seven advanced the clients twenty fifteen on New York sixteen thirteen back, but I will tell you. Just a few minutes ago. We were up like fifty two. So we bounced up a little bit. But early were up one fifty five on the Dow only down a little bit. But the NASDAQ was up seventy two earlier, and it's only up twenty now and. We still think. Illo was put in last Wednesday. Then you know, what our exact words from Wednesday morning last week. What's our exact words? We do not think based on what we are seeing. That these lows are gonna get taken out anytime soon. Those are exact words. Soon to us. Sorry to be a little vague. Means for now. And typically were in the weeks time. Week two weeks three weeks, and we just let cards come out of the deck. And so far so good. And we've had a big rush off. I think the Dow's up maybe. Nine hundred points from the highs but still down what fourteen hundred points from the lowest, but fourteen hundred points for the highs, but everything else is so much weaker than the Dow, and that's why we we're gonna talk less about the Dow now because what have we taught you throughout the years. The Dow was not the leading index and in bearish markets. The Dow will always hold a better than everything else. And if you go take picture right now, the Dow and just overlay at versus the Russell two thousand. Overlay at versus the mid caps. Any other small to mid cap index. Overlay versus the transports, the financials the metals the Mining's. The industrials. Growth that FANG FANG left is not th left in that. And I must tell you. And this is a really important. They statement. You ain't going nowhere in this market. Without the financials. Without growth slash tech slash beta. And semiconductors. And as we said yesterday, we'd rather have the Dow down one hundred and the NASDAQ up thirty. Not the other way around. So we still have paper thin trading. But we're up today. But NASDAQ and growth continuing labor even with Dow's up one eight. I've got. Sixty percent of my growth list. Read today. So we'll see and in the Dow IBM up another three today. What's the story after up another the? Three inside is bought stock. One bought a million bucks to a quarter million each and the market likes that Fennell on a spot that's been buried recently. Mcdonald's.

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"halberstadt" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"At an intersection we stop at the intersection. I look across the street. I've recently lost about thirty pounds over the last year. And I don't want to gain it back, and I see a restaurant across there that I love to eat at used to love to eat at a good place. But I just can't eat there. Very much anymore. It's really sad. And it hit me that's a feeling. So I decided to communicate it in my man way. This happened verbatim. I said. Dunkin donuts. And she said what? And I didn't think she had heard me. So I said Dunkin Donut. And she said. Within thirty seconds. We are at each other's throats. Finally, I just turned to her, and I was not nice. I said. What? Turned to me and said don't. Don't condone. Dunkin donuts. Davis. Keith Halberstadt what life's gonna throw out right? That's my point. Short out of the show in.

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"halberstadt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Alex Halberstadt is a writer I really. Love to read because he's the kind of writer who can take things I don't think I'm interested in, and make them totally fascinating and so when he wrote a story recently, for, sever about autre which, you know an inherently interested in I sat down with it right away, and it was a little heartbreaking honestly because the best butter he found fifty. Dollars, a, pound meaning you will never see. My frigerator but I. Knew I. Want to talk with them about, what makes great butter great Alex thanks so much for coming in. Great. To be here Francis Sonics you wrote a story about. Phenomenal unique butters and I have to ask what makes a great butter great Well, I, think throughout human history we've had. A pretty awesome relationship. With butter. I mean we the human race, is so butter and really really high regard if you think about. It You know the Tibetans still make. Sacred sculptures, out of butter the ancient Scandinavians used to be, buried with barrels of butter in their coffin And I think that's because people saw butter something. Almost miraculous, and I think we've largely forgotten that because honestly. I don't think anybody wants to be buried with a stick of land leagues I think I think one thing that for me that makes butter worth Thinking about is that it's. Not. Cheese or pastry it's not made you can only do so much really you have a cow and it gives you cream and, then you make butter out of it. Essentially by beating up the cream there's not all that much to it so it's essentially kind of a kind of pure presentation of the animal. And the land that, it comes from and the. Person who. Makes it but as with wine there's not that much intervention What does great, butter taste like to you Well I think there's this great creamy, sweet opening and then especially with cultured butter you get, this great Tangy sour note. In the middle then there's this long. Finish the rim sometimes reminds me of hazelnuts it's just it's very. Complete and really fun and just incredibly delicious And, you spent time with a renowned butter maker for your story names Diane Saint Clair I did I in November I went to Vermont to. A little town called Orwell which is on the. Western, side of the state where she has her dairy farm and it was basically, I just remember driving for what seemed like half an. Hour down a service road. And finally seeing her house and it. Was pelting rain and I remember her coming, out wearing rubber boots Dress looking you England farmer and taking me into her barn and there were eleven jersey cows and basically we spent most of that day ankle deep in mud trudging around her pasture and. Her barn in. The little. Creamery that she. House right off the barn and we talked about butter, and made some butter and tasted some butter but my sense of Diane was that she was she was, a true believer it was really like spending time with somebody who cares about this one aspect of their lives so deeply that she spends. All of her time with her with her animals These eleven jersey cows for her I think more like children than livestock she. Spends more time caring for them feeding them milking them petting them talking to them than anyone I've ever seen it was really walk watching somebody with eleven very large dogs So but? What makes her butter fantastic is there like a move she does what she turns it as their technique is there a culture like what is it that makes her, butter gray well I asked her that same question because. You know what's your trick and. I think what she told me is. That there is no trick that the, trick is getting the, very best cream you can because once you have the. Cream there's not all that much you can do with it Culturing butter is essentially just letting the cream for mental little bit letting go a little, bit shower to give it a little bit more flavor And, she does do that and then. She uses a small mixer to turn the butter but mostly it is the animals it is the jersey cows which are these light Brown cows They're not very popular with most large commercial. Butter makers because they don't give as much milk as the, whole Stein's which are the cows. We know from children's books the black and white spotted cows How much more productive they give, a lot more milk but the milk isn't quite as rich and dine explained to me that the dandelion yellow color for butter is also the result of the jersey. Cows to give, a darker cream which creates a darker colored. Butter and several other butter makers also used jerseys because they just climate gives. A sort of a richer cream than the whole Stein's do but of course that's just a tiny part of the equation I think she. Is fanatical about the feed, that she gives to her cows In the spring the cows eat grass in the pasture in in the winter and late fall months seed hey she doesn't give them silage which is fermented hey which a, lot of farmers feed their cows and the winters but I think it's just the the attention that she gives to these animals you know they seemed so well looked. After so cared, about so thought about and I'm not trying. To be mystical I'm not trying to suggest that happy cows give incredible butter But there isn't any trick there isn't any butter, making technique that. I witnessed her Creameries about the size of a large bathroom it's got a it's got an, industrial refrigerator in. It in a sink and a mixer and some thermometers there's really, nothing there's no magical laboratory she cares, a lot for the land she cares a lot, for, our cows and maybe she was being coy, I, don't rule that out Diana's Dan struck me as a very. Ambitious person and a lot of ways by which I mean artistically in bishops. Not commercially, ambitious I think if she wanted to make a lot more money, and get another one hundred jerseys you. Probably could but this is how she likes. To do it I think her operation is pretty much her Yeah There weren't a lot of farmhands that I. Saw I think she likes to kind of do this by. Herself And, she's very, adamant that like, a winemaker. She says, that the only thing that makes great butter is great cream. Great ingredients she sounds really really fascinating she is and her butter is it's definitely the most intensive ever tasted it's a little unusual. That has almost the consistency of vanilla ice cream rather, than this kind of dense block that we're used to but it is the most flavorful butter, I've ever tasted and I could totally see. Why somebody would plunk down fifty dollars for a. Bag of it which is not an easy thing to do Well thank you, so much for coming into my pleasure.

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"halberstadt" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Sugarman. With more there's damage from one end, of the street here on one hundred and twenty. Seventh in college point. To the other there's a a smashed Nissan windshield completely bashed in they. Just cleared the trees up Damage like this it's not all that uncommon. Around these parts but the reason That is. A bit odd A bomb disposal Ernie Giovanni Benin had never experienced anything like basically the windows. Were banging back and forth my dogs are barking. Barbas cans in my backyard replying leaves going on. About five, minutes of that he says then just pouring rain in about, that, smashed in Nissan owner Franklin they'll product can only shake. His head broken glass everywhere Toys damage the side panels is damaged by windshield is, gone it was an eighty year old maple tree I'm looking at the fell on the car. They tell me they got a warning about a possible? Tornado here five minutes after? The winds hit in college point queens Mike, sugarman WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty wait on hard plastic chairs of complaints about the DMV office in Rockland. County is growing and there, are predictions at the situation will get a lot worse Sean Adams with that. Story so how long was your last trip to the DMV can it compete, with this I waited four and a half hours yesterday and then the. Lady told me that I was missing. One signature and then she went back today Brian. Ferguson from new city sat another two. Hours to register his car here at the west Halberstadt DMV the complaints are pouring. Into assemblyman Kenzabro skis office people taking time off. Work trying to get their kids to be watched. And they're, literally sitting here they can't go to the bathroom on.

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"halberstadt" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Center what's. The latest Jim. Feldman well the latest is. The cancellations continue now, it's effective also train on the northeast corridor we're talking about what's been happening on New Jersey transit all morning delays cancellations as the result of the equipment installation for the positive train. Control they had ten cancellations on the Morrison Essex. Lineup to. Five on the month clear, Bhuttan line one each on the main line and also in the past cag- valley line this is. Just a huge. Problem this morning and it is affecting a. Lot of people in a lot of people you've got delays you've. Got cancellations. Nobody is happy about this and as I mentioned. It is now affecting, one train on northeast corridor is Twelve trains in both directions and not to be outdone the subways had some issues as well no downtown ANC service south of west fourth street. That was because of an ongoing work train that had mechanical issues, near Fulton Street there were, delays reroutes on the airlines as well some of the lines they were intimidating at Essex street once or three lines of Manhattan the arch rain Manhattan. To Brooklyn those are, your alternates there updates all morning long I'm Jim Feldman in the, transit center and of course we. Had the stormy conditions last? Night, and could continue today to wrap. Up the workweek last night the storms were pretty. Bad with what looked like a funnel cloud according to some reports out. Of. College point queens witnesses say a funnel roared down one hundred and, twenty seven th street taking down the, trees and so the national weather service, will be on the scene if they can confirm those reports they would say genuinely it was. A tornado con Ed work through the night to restore the power no significant outages to report after last night's storms. Nine zero five. On Friday morning. And NYPD sergeant doesn't have. His gun or badgered, these for now because of what happened yesterday in Brooklyn A shot. Someone in the jaw and it may not be. An open and shut case of robbery and self defense as it first appeared WCBS reporter. Marla diamond has more from Brownsville. In Brooklyn family members of the twenty one year. Old shot in the face by the. Sergeant say they know each other and both men were romantically involved with the same woman the two reportedly. Had a. Confrontation in her apartment here in Brownsville that continued onto Livonia avenue as the sergeant walked to the subway sergeant told police, at the scene that he was the victim of an armed robbery NYPD chief of department. Terrence Monahan says they are investigating other possibilities we're still conducting. Numerous interviews with people that were, involved we are reviewing videos that are out there the forty year old sergeant has been placed on, desk duty the daily news reports that the eighteen. Year veteran of the NYPD is already on probation following his arrest two years ago for allegedly attacking. His girlfriend in Brownsville Marla diamond WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty six and like the weight on hard plastic chairs the list of complaints, about the DMV in, Rockland county is growing and there are predictions the situation will get worse here's Sean Adams so how long. Was your, last trip to the DMV can it compete with this I waited down four and a half hours yesterday and then the lady told, me that I was missing one signature and then she went back to Brian. Ferguson from new city sat another two hours to register his car here at the west Halberstadt DMV the complaints are pouring into assemblyman, Kenzabro skis office people taking time off work trying to get their kids to be watched and they're literally. Sitting here they can't go to the bathroom. On it's just outrageous he's asked the DMV to investigate. He suspects.

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"halberstadt" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"Actually thought he took a charter route because there is no margin of error now granted his pastor wayne titled is a lot easier but they don't wanna title they get killed and rightfully so so i think his play last couple of games has not been stellar i think his presence of killed a lava flow the offense i think steve kerr is not adjusting away from that getting back into what they do and i think steph curry has been a little too good of a teammate and not establishing himself and i think the us wanna see against this this rockets team the warriors actually wanna play fast i think tom halberstadt had a stat where in the warriors fifteen fastest pace games that season they're fourteen and one in their fifteen slowest pace games they're seven and eight which the pace against this team and it's just not happening as a great stats anticorporate here on the show zach i there's a lot of moving parts here when we evaluate coaches but i think it'd be boil it down i think it's a fair assessment to say at least the last two games the games last two games rockets have one mike dantonio has out coach steve kerr that that houston team for whatever reason the reasons has held golden state to under fewer than one hundred points in each of those games who do we reevaluate more do you think as if the rockets win the series we reevaluate dantonio as a coach as a general mba fans and media or steve kerr's coach or i think you know we should reevaluate both but i think i think dantonio more dan tony came into this you know his team for great but he got killed because they didn't they didn't offend right it was like oh well this team scores a lot of points but they give up the most points.

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"halberstadt" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Who play last couple of games has not been stellar i think his presence have killed a lot of flow of the offense i think steve kerr is not adjusting away from that and getting back into what they do and i think steph curry has been a little too good of a teammate and not stabbing himself and i think the us wanna see against this is rockets team the warriors actually wanna play fast i think tom halberstadt had a stat where in the warriors fifteen baptist paced games of season they're fourteen and one and their fifteen slowest pace games they're seven and eight pushed the pace against this team and it's just not happening as a great stats here on the show zach i there's a lot of moving parts here when we evaluate coaches but i think if you boil it down i think it's a fair assessment to say at least the last two games the games last two games are rockets have one mike dantonio has out coach steve kerr that houston team for whatever reason the reasons has held golden state to under fewer than one hundred points each of those games who do we reevaluate more do you think as if the rockets win the series we reevaluate dantonio coach as the general mba fans and media or steve kerr's coach well i think we should reevaluate both but i think i think dantonio more i mean then tony came into this you know his team for great but he got killed because they didn't they didn't defend right it was team scores a lot of points but they give up the most points so they can't be good but that was also during the time where we didn't know what defensive efficiency was as least as a whole.

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"halberstadt" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In the paint actually made more problems for them whether it's anecdotally whether statistically significant i don't know but statistically speaking that was the the blueprint to shake the warriors is to go big and you think you wanna match them like have a lot of wing defenders and play fast and try to run up and down the floor with them but i think boogie cousins with anthony davis against this warriors team that isn't good at rebounding i think that would be their best chance maybe not over eighty two games and maybe not against the rest of the nba but i think in this series that were so listen to what you're saying halberstadt worse with boogie cousins all the time except that could really use them to come back in just this series that's what they only need him for four games not eighty you know they don't need him for ninety six game ninety eight games whatever the warriors are different than the rest of the twenty nine teams right we know this we know that and i think this is a case where the match ups really do matter with with boogie cousins anthony davis if you have those two guys out there legend in the paint and getting dream on green in foul trouble and kevin durant foul trouble that's tough no other team can do that in ways that that that the pelicans can't so i think over all over eighty two games i think that style of play with anthony davis at the five and equal near the four i think that might be getting you more wins over the regular season but against the warriors i think it's a different abroad get into the finals no it's really yeah i mean i mean i have been wrong for the last seven years it's like that again but i think this is different i think the cleveland cavaliers defense is not great they don't have a second playmaker out there i don't know what the deal is whether it's just tyler doesn't trust.

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"halberstadt" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"halberstadt" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Friday we don't forget we have the four k day keyword coming up at five o'clock so stay tuned for that villas name alleged coke on doctors pena's cost lover her life this is out of its from the sun which is great britain but it's not a germany that's where all your good penis stories come from you know the guy that put like whatever craigslist is you know helmich lists help helmets list over there they call it and he he met some guy and they had sex and then he yeah and it was a guy was okay with it i don't even think the guy died but then i think there was a trial anyway because i don't think the i think that the laws not okay with it yeah you can't do that even if the guy's okay with it all right well this was a little less grizzly but but there is a deaf involved a woman died after her german doctor lover allegedly sprinkled cocaine on his penis before she gave moral sex plastic surgeon dr andreas neater bixler they say that god neither they needle needle dick fifty forty two rather excuse me my bad he's only forty to fifty two but i'm a plastic surgeon so i you pass for forty two easily donka should yeah my pleasure man was charged after the woman collapsed and died in february the daily mail reported that she was rushed from the doctor's home in halberstadt homeless start young southeast of hanover that after that might that might be in england after consensual oral sex she tragically passed away with neater bitter now being accused of giving her cult cocaine without her knowledge caroline neater bigler who is reportedly the new chief physician at the mayo hospital in halberstadt has been charged with bodily harm leading today and not allowed to say to a patient opened up and say one thing they took away from this whole thing blows over head your prescription pet he's also being quizzed forgiving three more women the substance during sex after allegedly meeting them online yeah none of the women suffered serious negative effects chiefs processing i would say in some cases all right it's a it's a it's your thing i guess yeah shakes alum is my thing it's also something i like to do seems like you should just warn them but you said sprinkling now winter time winking saying.

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