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Man arrested for stuffing razor blades into consumers' pizza dough
"W. NewsRadio officials say a man suspected of putting razor blades into a fresh pizza dough sold at a supermarket in Maine has been arrested. Police say a customer at the Hannaford grocery store in Socko main found razor blades in Portland Pie brand pizza dough and the guy picked up yesterday by cops in New Hampshire is a former employee of the company that makes those branded products. Now police have expanded the investigation to include other suspected tempering cases. The supermarket chain has recalled all such dough and cheese products at its 184 stores across New York
Boston - Police Arrest Man Suspected Of Putting Razor Blades In Hannaford’s Pizza Dough
"Two main Now, where officials say a man suspected of putting razor blades into fresh pizza dough sold sold it a supermarket chain has been arrested a customer of the Hannaford grocery store in socko Mane. On razor blades in a Portland pie brand pizza dough, and the man was arrested in Sunday arrested on Sunday yesterday in Dover, New Hampshire, is a former employee of a company called It'll Be Pizza, which produces that brand of pizza dough products. Police have now expanded their investigation to include other suspected tampering cases and Hannaford. That supermarket chain has recalled all dough and cheese products made by that company at its 184 stores in New York and across New England. 56
Vermont grocery store employee fired after stopping robbery, recovering purse
"A grocery store employees got fired. At the Hannaford supermarket. Because he a woman approached him and told him that a no older woman's purse has been stolen. He's a volunteer firefighter, Good looking young man. He took off running tackled the guy from behind. And tried to hold him until the police got there. The suspect got away, but he recovered the purse. They fired him. The grocery store fired him. I was reading through that story Did the is it confirmed that the groceries were fired him for that reason because he was fired after that, Like, like, not like the day of after that, I'm wondering if there's not a little more to that, because that seems just completely unfair. Yeah, he said in his tweet. I got fired from Hannaford after working there for four years. He doesn't He doesn't really He doesn't really say here. I guess he insinuates is because of the ongoing investigation of the incident, so he'd, he said a week later, I received a call. The investigation was done. I should come into work for the results. The outcome resulted in me getting fired do to safety issues while on company time I have no hard feelings toward my co workers, managers or the establishment. He feels like what he did was not wrong and should not have resulted in him getting fired. But like we were talking about last week, in the case of like your wife seeing this go down, you have to just back off and let the criminal go for your own safety and the safety of others around you. Because if somebody pulls out a gun and start shooting haphazardly, you could be Putting lives in greater danger by interfering hundreds of thousands of dollars in goods and services goods. Stolen pan livable. I have. I know
Richard Hannaford remembers 911
"Well on this 19th anniversary of 9 11. Richard Hannaford, who moved to Sacramento in 2013 was in the twin towers during the attack, he says it's still difficult for him to think about. It's one of those things. He's just vividly remember. I'll just I will. Excuse me, sometimes stuff like Comes in and out. And you know emotionally, so it's usually stutter, but I know it's like the invention of the day. It's quicker. Today is they were 19 years ago. Now it's like Holy smokes. Hannaford had worked in both towers. But that day was working on the 84th floor of the second tower hit was on the phone with a friend. And we're talking kind of setting up for the day. On DA You guys were at the window and Looking over and they were talking about something, and I looked over in the paper flying around. In there. It's like something's really not right about this, and they came willing back from the windows are ones on fire, and I just jumped off phone looked and then I could see it and I knew people there. Like hundreds. Oh, and Quickly tried to call over there, but it just went dead space, no phone. And of course, they had no idea what had happened, You know, jumped up phone, got a couple people together, and we've made our way down the stairs. And we've got about 42nd floor. There's about seven of us again. That's when the plane hit the building. We're between sky lobby on the next floor. And that's when the plane hit our building. And it's also where I learned what Jeff feels like. It was really, really, very you could. It was like being an earthquake kind of We're in the stairwell, but and you could see To where everything was building was shaking. Ana So's my Earth. California earthquake variances probably helpful Um And you know we worked our way down. And, um We were about to 20th floor. I guess it was We saw there were firemen There was there was five girls and two guys on DH. We're kind of Come along and actually playing at the building. It was it was pretty chaotic, cause we had no idea we were all I knew. It's all I knew from the minute I left, the floor was get down quickly as we can. And One girl even turn back into sky lobby. Then I've got to go back. Just can't be that important. I'll drive you in tomorrow morning on the Just part of that memorial. She went back up or over. Yeah, She went back up just by my stations. I just wanted to say I know I will never does. So you obviously continue down? Well, Yeah, we kept we get down about 20th floor and then that's what firemen started coming up. So we're going coming down the outside and they're coming up the inside. I can still see some of these faces. You wonder. That is Richard Hannaford, who again was working on the twin towers on 9 11 and has since moved to Sacramento and married his wife telling him God saved you for
"hannaford" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Was Hannaford and Justin we want to wish you all a happy and healthy new year in a twenty thanks to the end of the end of the year I actually lost to come we hate to most of our listeners probably want including yes my goodness we are on we're back on track but it was there that no I did I really watch that most time of the year but it's not gonna really fair too well for what could be my new career because the woman who cuts my hair decided to get married and then throw in the Christmas holidays to boot object to you remember the last time I got a chin and you came in early October we want to the cardinal games so even on the Slocum works for zero you know maybe the hotel for the Friday night SmackDown or something but so Kennedy come on get that to sound real quick otherwise yeah otherwise I am doing fine and I know you guys around the football is football this time of the year one to the town course everybody knows a L. as she claims in the championship game Monday night I'm gonna talk about this strictly from a friend sample and I'm not going to try to analyze it you've got two great scenes you've got two excellent quarterbacks in both warm when they're called on and they can certainly throw the Macomb score quick both of them both scenes when I have to I mean look at claims of I mean they fall behind Ohio state in a bowl game you've got under three minutes to play they need a touchdown across takes them back to their own six yard line in for please wait or herbal medicine in the end zone I mean they're just not in real.
Sushi sold at retailers like Trader Joe's and 7-Eleven recalled over listeria concerns
"Watch the sushi a recall in the works ready to eat sushi salads and spring rolls distributed in Massachusetts and thirty other states were apparently exposed to Listeria the problem discovered during a routine inspection by the FDA of Fuji food products in Brockton that facility now closed during the investigation the products sold at several retailers including trader Joe's seven eleven Walgreens and Hannaford
"hannaford" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Pre washed greens the samples were purchased at acme cosco Hannaford at whole foods federal health officials are investigating the report's findings eighty six degrees now fair skies the humidity thirty four percent winds are north of five gusting to twenty three miles an hour ten ten wins accu weather mostly sunny today the height eighty eight degrees that mostly clear seventy tonight and tomorrow partly sunny and a little more humid with a high of eighty six it is eighty six now in Central Park when used on one thirty six YG keen Jackson known professionally as why G. was more in March of nineteen ninety in Compton in two thousand nine he released his debut single toot it and boot it featuring Ty Dolla sign which peaked at number sixty seven on the Billboard hot one hundred he signed to def jam recordings and shortly thereafter started releasing mixtapes his debut album my crazy life was released in March of two thousand fourteen in received critical acclaim his second album received the same accolade shortly after its release in two thousand sixteen when news time one thirty eight ten ten ten wins entertainment to Amy Schumer's getting her own show on Hulu the title of the comedy series is love bath but that's about all we know so far other than that the first season will include ten half hour episodes for the live action version of Aladdin the movie is billion dollar mark at the global box office the north American totals more than three hundred forty three million with another six hundred fifty six point two L. overseas milestone old director guy Ritchie and stars Will Smith on the list a listers to be part of such a successful that opening for coin Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood it's official would the film took in nearly six million dollars in Thursday previews of more than thirty three hundred north American theaters the dramedy stars big names including Leonardo DiCaprio Brad Pitt Margot Robbie and Al Pacino it's expected to earn thirty million in its opening weekend wins news time one thirty nine will your child be ready for kindergarten at Chester brook academy preschool the answer is yes our curriculum offers the perfect balance of learning and play our teachers personalized experience for each child through engaging activities to develop the skills they need to be ready for what comes next attended Chester brook academy open house on Saturday August third from ten AM to one PM to find a preschool near you.
With Bare-Bones Pricing, Grocer Aldi Attracts Devout Fans
"Business wards daily is brought to you by Dell. Don't miss out on Dell small business month celebration. Get up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y de l l for tech advice and one on one partnership. From one I'm David Brown. And this is business words daily on this Wednesday may twenty ninth. You know, that weekly grocery shopping, Bill, plus all the little side trips for stuff. I forgotten it really adds up. And so I'm all ears when I hear about ways to shrink it just like most American consumers, but with grocery margins already slammed the opportunities for supermarkets to lower prices are rare. Well, that's a mismatch and business opportunity millions of shoppers looking for deals, but most grocers are loath to cut their profits further, enter the German discount, grocery chain Aldy, which has eighteen hundred stores in America Aldy is so stripped down that it'll cost you twenty five cent deposit to rent a grocery card, and don't even think about having an employee bag your groceries. None on, on, on how you better come prepared to work. Turns out shoppers are willing to put in a little effort and a few quarters to save a buck CNN. Reports that all the is so popular that it has its own fan blog and a Facebook group with get this fifty thousand members why. Because for many price matters more than service, especially if you can get low prices without sacrificing quality. It's a particularly challenging time in the grocery business with Amazon, having bought ho foods, two years ago, some of the challenges inspired by all the itself, which is expanding aggressively in the US over the next year it plans to open one hundred thirty new stores, and they expect to have twenty five hundred stores in America by twenty twenty two which would make it the third largest grocer in the nation right behind WalMart and Kroger. And as it grows all these ability to keep prices, all tr- low, think ninety nine cents for a gallon of milk. It's forcing WalMart to cut its prices. That's saying something in July twenty seventeen a basket of forty common groceries cost about fifty six dollars at Aldy about twelve dollars less. S then at WalMart CNN reports that WalMart has since lowered some of those prices to shrink that competitive gap. So what's a competitor to do? It's not easy to satisfy everybody all the time, WalMart sales jumped higher this quarter is customers embraced online shopping an in store pickup, adding more service in contrast to all these do it yourself economy model and WalMart, along with other major grocers, like Kroger and delays, which owns Hannaford and foodline have one thing going for them. That Alday doesn't choice you see in a typical store all the offers only about fourteen hundred products. Most of them private-label, that's a tiny fraction of the one hundred thousand items on the shelves at a WalMart. Supercenter CNN says sure price matters, and while all the does pose a threat to WalMart. It's hardly busting the mammoth chains business just yet in twenty eighteen all these US sales, topped sixteen billion dollars. It higher than whole foods, but nowhere close to WalMart sales of more than five hundred billion dollars at those volumes. Walmart can afford to cut some prices and bag your groceries for you. Don't you think? From this business wars daily. We'd love to know more about you quick favor. And visit wondering dot com slash survey answered coupla questions would you thanks about I'm David Brown. We'll see. Business worse. Daily is brought to you by Dell. The clock is ticking on Dell small business month celebration. Enjoy up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus a free external hard drive with select computer purchases before it's too late. Call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. U. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dow.
"hannaford" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"I mean for him to involve himself in the shoot to be. To have their relationship exposed to the degree that it is in this film. And then for bogdonovich to take care of this movie into to bring it out into the world. I a lot of respect because that is a hard painful memory to dredge up. I would think Shah Orson Welles said it wasn't based on reality or autobiographical. So obviously, it's just a bunch of stuff that have. That's true. It's just about some filmmaker. It has nothing to do with Orson Welles. We should also not sell short. It's co written with bio code, Dr Who was his romantic partner for the last few decades of his life and co stars in the film was that long. He was from the sixties to the eighties. Okay. I mean, they were together for a long time. And in some ways became she became sort of the guarding of the film. But also in some way, I understand that part of why it wasn't released for so long. But one one thing in in the documentary, which which I don't wanna be too hard on when I say superficial editorial slow down the editing and a little bit in that movie. It was trying to be documentary version of the other side of the wind. So settle down tells the story fake for fake elements. It's kind of a faux show both of those things go. Yeah. Yeah. It's just just tell me the story, but she recounted how he credits her with unlocking erotica element and its filmmaking that he'd never had before. And that's all over the film within the film, which is kinda what I want to talk about because I didn't finish incredible. Yeah. Some ways it's kind of erotic. But is also it's like you're parody is stunning. And it's like, you could just make this movie, and it would be a fascinating film to watch as well was that was that your precious as well. I mean, I think the footage is beautiful. I think just sort of the like the impression stick feel of particularly of following John Dale around just like looking in his eyes. He's experiencing OJ Qatar is is pretty stunning for me. The film took a monumental turn. When Hannaford direction starts to intrude itself. Like you. Have this this relationship between them it just feels so seventies? So like grand and slow and conic and they're both basically standing in for kind of like a guardian type of cinema. This cinema of image of like, these big Iconex symbols of the you know, the mysterious woman and the man who follows her represents his own kind of very removed. Cool. And then all of a sudden, you have Hannaford voice slobbering all over them in making making it dirty. You know, it was it. It's basically something beautiful that becomes something obscene and unpleasant because he's there as of warrior deliberately messing with his actors head, and I mean that for me is one of the most compelling and horrifying things in the movie is all things that makes you think about the process of of making movies and particularly trying to put a Roddick images movies. But also just the question of like our tourism. And what parts of director are being expressed in. Sequences like that the fact that it's a psychological game. And it's like an ugly like erotic, psychological game Hannaford is deliberately playing brings a whole new like narrative element to it. But it was also just very score to watch. I find the film within a film, absolutely fast by thing. The other side of the wind because I mean, the look of it is spectacular some of the both staggeringly beautiful images..
"hannaford" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"Well, here it is anybody wants to see it. When Orson Welles died in nineteen five conventional wisdom had settled on the segment of his career at age twenty five in nineteen forty one. He made what was long considered the greatest film ever made one filled with groundbreaking techniques used in service of a quintessential American story, but he never topped that film citizen Kane, and he spent the rest of his career on a downward slope like much Commissioner wisdom this summary of his career was gross over-simplification at best wells never stopped trying to push filmmaking craft forward, he just kept meeting roadblocks along the way his next feature. That may not an amber Sens is a masterpiece hobbled by studio interference. And that set the pattern for much of the rest of his career. He didn't get smaller Hollywood dead which led him to seek work and money. Elsewhere that came with its own challenges movies left. Unfinished major cheapens left for dead. But he never lost it for proof. Look no further than his L E nineteen sixty five Shakespeare at tation chimes at midnight or the unclassifiable nineteen seventy five documentary for fake, then there was the other side of the. Wind the loudest of the ghosts hotting Wells' demography wells began the film after returning to American seventy it was supposed to represent a fresh start chance to reclaim a spot in Hollywood dominated by new talents that revered him but didn't see him as a contemporary. So he decided to out weird them making a movie called the other side of the wind about an aging film director, making movie called the other side of the wind wells off to shoot the film in a radically discordance style as symbol from footage. Shot by the mini timbre toning. Attendees director, Jake Hannaford seventieth birthday party whose ranks include reelected after such as Claude Abro and Dennis hopper characters panel after Pauline kale. John Milius Mickey Rooney Marlene Dietrich and others and peer bogdonovich playing a Hannaford acolyte who success threatens his one time master, then as a film works towards Hannaford suicide, it occasionally interrupts the bickering and chaos of the festivities was scenes from Hannaford in progress film baffling, but beautiful STI of European art house directors in general and Michaelangelo Antonioni in particular. Well, shot the film on an offer six years and its production has become the subject of a good but superficial documentary. That's also now on that fix called L. Let me when I'm dead and even better book by Josh Karp, called Orson Welles last movie. The behind the scene stories are pretty remarkable, capturing a director working without enough money to realize his vision, but attorney realize it anyway, and sometimes vision shifted a bit wells who insisted film wasn't the least bit representations of his life initially to three part of Hannaford himself for Austrian readings Danny handed the role after John Houston, maybe only other actor slash filmmaker capable of planes that are larger than life role. Bogdonovich took over a role originated by impressionist rich little who left the shoot under still murky circumstances the shoe stretch on and on the money came and went and when wells finished shooting he's talking finish the movie which became the subject of legal disputes to Kabul Gideon to here at least some involving money tied up in Iranian banks after the nineteen seventy nine revolution. Now, it's been finished for him complete by referring to a partial rough cut and Wells' note. How does it look strange? Honestly, there's some mental gymnastics involved in watching the movie, which doesn't feel like a twenty eighteen film, but doesn't really play like a product of the seventies. Either. There's nothing else really like it either in Wells' for monarchy or in the new Hollywood landscape in which he was hoping to find a place. It's a singular confounding sometimes overwhelming piece of work. One suggest wells is willing to pursue his inspiration to some dangerous places all the way to the end of his life. It's further evidence. However, blatantly present it they didn't lose its way after citizen. Kane everyone else just struggle to figure out where he was going. Mr. Knightley, save the questions for very coast. Aren't you? Why? Why do you think you have to be here? You are. I liked you last. That it was. It was repetitive. But. Yeah. Well, she wasn't that kinda me in a review to charm. I mean how much harm do third biggest grosser in movie history back much on? Did you know that when his own production company goes public with your friend there walk away with forty million dollars?.
"hannaford" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"In one thousand nine hundred. Seventy whenever wouldn't even if he was he was making these movies. And so it's it's sort of the the last day in this grand ole directors life as he's trying to work on this movie. I get I'm trying to summarize the plot. And I'm a I'm failed. At least summarize the feeling, and maybe you guys can jump in and contribute to this too. So what it feels like when you're watching the other side of the wind and will leave a side for the moment the question of authenticity. And whether this is what Welles intended, but the experience is this very layered and kind of jumbled experienced that is extremely this. This sounds like a negative word, but don't necessarily mean it that way is inconsistent intone it's constantly varying in heterogeneous intone, right? So there's bits that are shot in sixteen millimeter in eight millimeter in black and white in. And then the film within a film almost to a frame is this perfectly composed beautifully lit thirty five millimeter as you say almost a parody of a Antonioni style. European art film, right and part of that those differences in in look and feel have to do with budgetary constraints. And the fact that was being made it wildly different times as the documentary covers it was made over the course of six years, right? And people were dropping out of the project and storming off the set, and he had to recast that bogdonovich before was going to be rich little it's going to be rich little impressionist. Right. Who's now? Just in an. One little seen as a party guest. And so all of that jumbling happens on the screen before you, but I have to say it is pretty effectively woven into some kind of story at with the conceit that these different looking bits of film footage. All come from the paparazzi that are constantly surrounding him, and the students that are asking him pretentious questions as you heard in that clip, and that all of these people are recording this famous director, Jack Hannaford is that his name, Jennifer Ueno is it Jack is unknown. Everybody's Jake Jake Hannaford Z Jackson's friend. So yeah, Steve what what did how did you feel about that that jumbling? I mean, you could you could experience that is something really challenging and pleasurable. But it is it's a little bit alienating a right. Well in the documentary. He says that he had been I mean, he doesn't use the word painter Li but that he composed his frame with the utmost care in his previous films. And he wanted this one to be a kind of porous and open frame, and that fits in with the feeling the theme of the movie, and and in that sense. I mean, it's just a historic. It's a historical document more than it is in any sense, a Kojin work of art. It's lack of cogency was was what it was about in some ways. But I just want to I made a list as I went along of like any one of these would be a huge alarm bell in any movie, and they're all true this one there's no script. It contains a film within a film. He says wells himself says it's a movie about when asked what the other side of the wind might mean, he said life. You never want to answer a question with either life or death as the answer us. It's star. It started his own best friend as his alter ego. It sends up not only Hollywood movies, but European movies talked about that it stars your mistress. That's a big problem. Even citizen game tells you that's bad. So we have not even mentioned as or your co Dr Who was wells as partner at the opinion, if seventy many years, and she's also the Cobra she's the credited co writer is this. She appears only as the star of the film within a film, and sort of sometimes on the on the periphery of the parties issues. You exactly cook co author of unscripted film features cameos, by other film, directors the cinematographers the cinematographer worked with Ed Wood the budget is supplied by the Shah of Iran. So when you add all that up. I I can't out of this..
"hannaford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Or the close up on Hannaford people these ladies from life. I get. I'm independent films to toke. So it's a found footage film, which I if it'd come out at the time, I think would have been the first found footage feature ever done very twenty first century of Dr teaming right? So many people talked about the fact that if were some was around today how much would have loved the fact that you could shoot a movie on a phone and edited on laptop no kidding. And when you look at the kind of editing he was doing sometimes hundreds of edits and a scene. I mean, absolutely staggering editing, and he was doing it the old fashioned way on a flatbed esteem back with physical tape, and film is unbelievable. Let's watch a clip of of the other side of the win of this party demonstrates, his his loose mockumentary style in this scene is is Peter Bogdanovich, the real life director of last picture show and paper moon who is playing a movie director and here. You're arguing with a film critic character and with John Huston. The film director John Huston also playing a film director. I mean how much harm can you do to the third biggest grosser in movie history back much? Almond. Did you know that when his own production company goes public with your friend their fans walk away with forty million dollars? I'm on. Stole everything from us from ever going to walk away from that. All right to borrow each other. What we just never do his borrow from our? I mean,.
"hannaford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Big basic between this picture in anything else you've ever done. Speaker everything else I've ever done has been controlled every frame. Good. But I would like to take a whole story and makes the picture as though it were a documentary the actors are going to be improvised. Have you done that kind of thing before with other? But then seems to me like shooting and shooting them the result won't have any control. I really am prophetic that reporter absolutely what he's talking about there. What became kind of the big theme, particularly of of his later directing process was he came to believe that the director was somebody who presides over accidents. And he says that many many does and that's his that's his job description. I think most filmmakers try to avoid accidents, but Orson leaned into them, and if things were going to smoothly underproduction, he would be the first person to throw a hand grenade into the situation. So this movie of his the other side of the wind is supposed to be taking place over one night at at basically, a single location, which is funny because as you show in your film Orson actually had to recreate this setting in different countries over all these years and then faked that it was happening in the same place. We just heard him say that he meant it to look like a documentary documenting this this wild party. It's a birthday party for this. Film director Jake Hannaford played by John. Here's played by John Huston. The idea is there are cineastes and film crews and film students shooting every angle in every imaginable format, and that what is constructed at the end is all of the scraps from this party from all these different cameras put together into a documentary.
"hannaford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is fresh air for nearly four decades the world's most famous incomplete film was the other side of the wind which Orson Welles began shooting in the early nineteen seventies and hadn't finished editing at the time of his death with financing from net. Flicks. A team of producers and editors has at last assembled a final cut of the film, which stars John Houston is an aged director on the last day of his life and a cast that includes Peter Bogdanovich, it opens in select theaters tomorrow when it will also be on net. Flicks critic David Edelstein has this review when Orson Welles died in nineteen eighty-five at age seventy the other side of the wind was incomplete. He'd shot at all one hundred hours over several years in the mid nineteen seventies with production stopping each time. The money ran out, but the movie would come together or not in the editing room. And with only about thirty percent. Done. The footage was locked away. In a Paris vault controlled by the Iranian government, the last budget chunk had come from the Shah's brother-in-law. And when the Shah fled the Ayatollah became Wells' creditor, you might think of all the lousy luck. But I submit wells made his own luck. And that dying with the other side of the wind. Unfinished was his destiny. He'd been making movies piecemeal since Hollywood stopped funding him after the flop of touch of evil in dribs and drabs using money from disparate investors or his own acting jobs out of the chaos came one genuine masterpiece chimes at midnight. And a lot of projects that were always on the brink of collapse as it happens. The other side of the wind is about in unruliest director, Jake Hannaford played by John Huston who dies. With his last film. Unfinished the money gone. It's a faux documentary. Settle in shakes seventieth birthday. A mad buccaneer. Leah on a desert estate intercut with scenes from Jake's Artie sexually explicit new film, a sort of Antonioni parody called the other side of the wind this final the other side of the wind was edited by Bob Morowski with input from many hands. It say bombardment few shots last more than a couple of seconds wells, jumps between black and white and color and different film. Stocks faces. Pop up and recede into the crowd Hannaford lovers. Acolytes enablers colleagues critics as well as documentary cameraman shooting the footage. We're supposedly watching Hannaford chief acolyte so chief he calls himself in apostle is. A film journalist turned rich Hollywood director played by the film journalist-turned rich Hollywood director, Peter Bogdanovich, who's reenacting his own bizarre. Etta pull relationship with wells in one scene. He goes out it with a critic played by Susan Strasberg, muddled on the late. Pauline kale?.
"hannaford" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Eight ten and one zero three one W G Y Commissioner of the NYPD urging New Yorkers to keep their eyes open report any suspicious activities as the investigation into package bombs continues in a news conference in New York today. Commissioner James O'Neill said authorities focused on keeping the public safe. Also said authorities aren't concerned about the politics behind these suspected explosive devices. Federal investigators say some of the explosive devices sent a prominent Democrats seem to be incapable of exploding initial analysis shows some of the pipebombs were flawed and wouldn't have gone off. Experts are still trying to determine if the deficiencies were intentional or the result of bad design or construction FBI says any device found should be considered dangerous. Kind of overlooked on Wednesday when the rash of suspicious packages and pipebombs began arriving at the addresses of some political figures, President Trump signing bipartisan legislation that will address the opioid crisis in this country that skill thousands of people every month nineteenth district. Congressman John Fassa was at the signing. Only New York lawmaker there he tells W G Y news about one of the provisions of the Bill where we have added the so-called stop back to prevent the flow of illegal substances like fat from outside the United States, primarily from China through the US mail festival says fat all responsible for over twenty thousand deaths last year part of the seventy thousand people who died last year from opioid abuse. At facile says much of the fat. Noel comes into the mail. He says new restrictions and requirements for the post office will require the track the shipments electronically and report all shipments to US customs, so they can identify legal drugs being shipped into this country. Hannaford announcing a..
"hannaford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"There was only a sharp in this town now we have within a very short distance we have the shah's the market basket and the hannaford and give them are review i i do not like shots i i don't like the fact that they're really hardly anybody there to check you out yeah yeah i don't know i find their prices high at shores you know maybe occasionally there's something on sale but honestly i really don't it's not my place i may stop in to shaw's in windham sometimes if coming up home wake up ninety three and i need something real quick and i'll just running there maybe a couple of two or three items that's about it the other place i might stop to is hanner fridge and hudson only because come home from babysitting at my daughters and i decided okay i need a couple of things for dinner so quickly grab something but that's it but so mainly our market basket up here honestly they they're so great with their employees i didn't know from experience my kids working there they all had part time jobs after school and they treat their employees really well not only you know my own kids but i've heard a lot of adults you know older people working there same thing i like the we have the whole.
"hannaford" Discussed on WLOB
"The top of the hour it's thursday february twenty seconds forecast sunny this morning with increasing clouds this afternoon highs in the upper thirty's here's what's happening hundreds of union members who work at the hannaford for distribution center are on strike and they've been out they're since wednesday morning hannaford union contract expired recently had workers say they aren't pleased with the new threeyear contract offered the grocery company offered workers a fifty cent annual wage increase but reduced new hires rate by nearly four dollars an hour the company says delhaize hayes america distribution l l c is disappointed with the actions of the united food and commercial workers local fourteen forty 45 given we have an agreement to mediate on monday february twenty six and the ufc w represented to us that there would not be a strike at the south portland maine distribution center prior to those mediation efforts a teenager is behind bars after police say he threatened to shoot up of vermont highschool just last month that same teen was taking classes in maine york county community college says jack sawyer was enrolled in one course this semester but withdrew from the class earlier this month last week police in his home state of vermont arrested him for threatening a shooting at his former high school jack sawyer is eighteen and accused of attempted first degree murder in the alleged school shooting plot police in vermont were alerted to the threat last week a juvenile showed police disturbing text messages from sawyer quote still plotting on shooting up my old high school and quote despite his alleged confessions sawyer pleaded not guilty in court he's being held without bail four people are behind bars after a swat team used flashbang grenades to raid the main motel in self portland drugs were being sold white out of one of the motel rooms police arrested four suspects on in the way of charges freddie mahia's misty gagman aaron weston george torres self portland pd and the main daca the investigation into what happened at the main motel is still ongoing and more charges are possible sports in the.
"hannaford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"From the split to 24 three southbound holds a through braintree down past the bergen parkway and the expressway southbound's tough from the tunnel to south baid and grain adopted the split northbound very slow adams street in upon say and a little bit slow getting into the tunnel west of town the pike westbound is heavy marketstreets in it and corner again in the west and stretch downtown we had a crash on storrow westbound bennett charles circled that's being cleared its got your back to the top of the connector next to port 353 wbz's traffic on the 3s cuts perfect meatballs of the perfect addition to your meals made with select cuts of me flame breughels who perfection and they come in a variety of flavors look for the cooked perfect italianflagged daddy near grocers freezer cooked perfect me balls available at hannaford dave bowers with a fourday wbz accuweather forecast for league lobbied said ira with a low of noisy that john is the lowest lebanon's absorb herbs so tomorrow some sun early it will be clouding up with a high of thirty four mostly cloudy not as cold tomorrow night with some evening flurries low a twenty nine and out on saturday are becoming much milder under a cloudy sky with a high of fifty eight a rain will be moving into the area saturday night that's going to continue often on right through sunday some areas of fog as well especially on the cape high sunday 48 i'm accuweather meteorologist dave bowers wbz newsradio 1030 as afternoon is just about thirty one degrees in boston feels a little bit colder with those wins out there and gusting up to fifteen miles an hour by the way there is already controversy brewing at the winter olympics and as between two american athletes jeff brown will fill you incoming right you've been accepted to a week of spellbinding wizardy by at ocean edge resort design your own brooms and winds and challenge fellow which is an.
"hannaford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Now available at hannaford nice weekend hat here's dave bowers with a fourday wbz accuweather we're getting a little break for winter this weekend tonight's us to partly cloudy sky abode 25 to twenty nine tomorrow it's going to be breezy and milder with some sunshine a high of forty eight tomorrow night mainly clear low thirty three outlook for sunday partly sunny high forty two and on monday i we're back to a grey skies with the occasional rain drizzle areas of fog as some inland places could even be mix with a little wet snow i temperature of thirty eight i'm accuweather meteorologist dave bowers wbz news radio 1030 body skies here in boston thirty three degrees wbz news time three thirty five olympic gold medallist in need of native alley razman faces down former us gymnastics team dr larry nassar this is during their emotional sentencing hearing today and lansing michigan you already know you're going away to a place where you won't be able to hurt anybody ever again but i am here to tell you that i will not rest until every last trace of your influence on this sport has been destroyed flicked the cancer it is a far we've heard from seventy athletes was similar accusations raise minority went public with her story of how she was abused by dr nassar but today she blasted him for preying on other young girls as well now series already been sentenced to sixty years for federal child pornography charges he will be sentenced at the end of this hearing which will continue next week he's already pled guilty to child molestation coming up next positive numbers on a friday on wall street a more on tom brady's hand with tom kutty on wbz arm and orchid i am a doctor music producer i'm an accountant where businesses well i found out that i could download big filed really big files huge files chat files x rays cloud files audio files zip files in second not minutes in second and little employees with all their devices would have more than enough with.
"hannaford" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"The other way no i hannaford shovel in another near corner still only twenty years old near point now hanif dangling ally slotted skinner shovel it down the slot bruins table new it's a body position and it's backed up the centre ice by hina leftwing skin arri attacks prompted knocked off the puk guy miller heather miller stepped right up on on that side taken away all that space red if the blue light person with a guy does not have speed little avenue hernandez of the right circle the jews the ruling god many slings wanted side that air clothes suprised war dead tuneup in ruins the creek old goaltender change right now scott darley to the covered both we should have been handled by care board i know that that's a good shot put retired short side i covered on the right side bruins gets of space they will take that muck up where it leaves carolina was trying to get on the line cage this short is taken up up the dot other rightwing side by riley now she's going to go short side high on a rising shot that's going to beat care ward just over the bar we are going to have that change i believe right that we have had a shot john in coming in and relief for care for post shots being a bluff side go from almost the same spot as you said they're just that we know that match at nobody gave the march of us can make the dropouts so for riley nash his fifth goal was seized he's got eighteen points his career high 25 points that came a couple of years ago fourteen fifteen when the carolina hurricanes and the bruins out to a twonothing lead less than six minutes in a game all the far corner are good pursuit thereby brand new carlo coming across to help out his defence from that's i've brought to heel tally per delay game here they shovel it over the glass if it a crowd and abreu until now go shorthanded thirteen fifty nine left here the first ruined soon the hurricanes nothing will give you scott darlings numbers and of all.
"hannaford" Discussed on WLOB
"Farm fresh eh it was very unlike the eggs relevant to my friends at the hannaford but there is no i mean i'm telling you yeah it was a huge difference my hampshire started williamsburg you'd hinders well you have struggled that is the thing i mean as like a big thing now every out what was your outages it's the roosters the good why don't i thought ardent bharti rooster i'm towel yeah it's pretty crazy that i got some hands away blue eggs are so milou ebb wise really oh yeah so we get the strike his because because we only had growing up we urge no he did have heads who had goats it is a typical greeks rate vita the tommy don't you don't i don't know where to draw with us deadly the rooster thing dyakov occasion of what was that what was the the great greek actor arise zorba the greek oba what as god my what's his name uh twenty who did odd fittler on the roof whom i take enough such when you said you had group goats my first vision of my head was the fiddler in the roof i don't know why again because did you have goats in the movie no i don't know 100day were uh i don't malaysia along yeah i wonder and were i don't know that they did but that was just the bought the miami yeah i just don't understand how you can have hands anthony quinn it's a low end yahoo what an actor use knack if you wanna if you wanna have churkin's that actually uh warm be fertilize you would have a rooster asserted when i raise turkeys irish ends vital rao's so they will lay eggs no matter what oil just got elena and they are i bought 24 chickens for john for easter little chick babychuk now the giants a concerted new jersey giants against we have to wear supposed to be off all females all hands but they ended with two roosters and they're busy guys they've here's the one road but were when you got to rooster light on how big of an area got but the there's usually and a know number one rooster number two the hands do that too by.
"hannaford" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Even our song is changing our ozone was baby back to deduct kuby beck who was of beirut as though was our thing everything's getting an update our new menu is totally different we made your favorite things alleged to occur we made our neubuerger half a pound that's much bigger and the ribs or thirty percent bigger the fajitas our way dicker to forty percent actually but that's like impossible to say i don't know maybe just that he tried to set forty percent hortly heaters with new jerry lasers becker be back hannaford fast rightwing side taken by rats rask down the board even the nashville ended backhands went on at that fits off friday steak and into the net it is four nothing carolina after six twenty nine charlene cowboy zoning boards withstood as i am jersey pairs magara boy skip saw animals to the right circle not back for the slot shields larry arnn since and soon now a third his second goal on this now porn upping dallas worth three forty six what the dissected algeria law the good news blues get a little bit of help tonight enterprise rent a car drives us around the league highlights courtesy of the nashville boston in chicago radio networks carolina four one all over nashville all the scorn in that game came in the first period boston beats winnipeg two one in a shoot dallas blanked chicago four to nothing other central division scores colorado up one nothing right now midway through the second period in los angeles so terry ache take a look at the central division standings right now blues winnipeg and nashville oh with forty six points winnipeg a game in hand on the blues nashville three games in hand on the blues dallas forty one points they've got a game in hand the blackhawks thirty nine points they've got three games in hand thirty nine points with three games in hand as well for minnesota 34 points to the colorado avalanche so starting up the central yeah the concern i have is those thirty nine zero only seven points behind the blues right now and that's a games in hand with games in hand.
"hannaford" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Fewer grocery stores in just four years well and and i even saw something out hannaford i was going to buy hannaford the day different part of the state and the actually was a date it was over in can be second raymond hanif for an arraignment off 101 saying hannaford to go over to open soon near they have to change their model and and also web i heard another thing about changing times with online stuff you know movies you mention mike things being do overdo house so on start the weekend warrior work on friday night but you know and i am slabs some one involved behind the scenes in this learning more about the whole movie uh book world but movies in a lotta moviemakers now armless writing off the american movie market in other words there morgan in a europe asia you know you there's a there's a theory a question that you will get movie theaters it used to be a a staple of like a surrounding area you know a couple of hundred seat movie theater and boy you know you could predict the revenues and some pretty good movie theater groups and i know that trying to like come up nicer seats and food and all that but the point is in five or ten years were you know our people going to go to the movie theater to watch a movie well they will but again it's going to be more more rare and i think it's going to have to be more of an experienced people are going to say well um you know it is going to have to be more up scaled is gonna have to be better food immediate really you look at what you can get for food and a movie theater not terribly enticing you know maybe maybe they'll open of and make it a spa food drink everything they can get a lorry in there to sit there because everything now at home you know you at the big flat screen and uh you know the popcorn cheaper i guess i berry offshore i think i think you're by the real quickly no it you be good segment for you down the road with that is to get some experts on when i watch and of.