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"horace mann school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Their hands are tied. Let's get to that Promising news on the vaccine from was CBS is Elaine Cobb pharmaceutical company. Madonna has just announced preliminary results that show it's vaccine was 94.5%, effective in its phase three trials. The donor has been partnering with the National Institutes of Health. It's vaccine has the advantage that I can be transported and stored in standard freezers and refrigerators. And we just heard this morning from the president of the Cambridge based company, Steven Holl. Vaccines really are on the horizon. In fact, we now have real data in large face three trials showing that they Are safe and effective at preventing covering 19 and Wall Street is getting a big boost from this hopeful data. Stock futures got an added boost after pharmaceutical giant Moa Derna said that preliminary phase three trial data show its Corona virus vaccine is more than 94% effective in preventing covert 19. The announcement comes just one week after Fizer released similar news that is the business analyst for CBS News till Schlessinger by the way for Boston. Schools have reopened this morning for high needs students after additional Covad precautions were put in place. It comes after the school district and teachers. The teachers union reached a Sunday deal. The schools include the Carter School, McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing again in Boston. Those schools Reopening with some covert precautions in place. Now coming up after traffic.
4 Boston Schools Are Reopening for in-Person Classes Monday
"For Boston schools are set to reopen Monday for high need students. Those schools include Carter McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. And Henderson BPS Superintendent Brenda CAS. Ilia says that while remote learning has greatly improved for many students in person, learning is the best approach. Boston School switch to fully remote learning last month of midday rise in covert cases, and this comes as covert 19 is making a record shattering resurgence this fall. An average of over 1100 Americans have died each day from the virus over the course of the last week. With colder weather and the holidays approaching, there's concern the virus could spiral out of
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"Call the 24 hour victim. Help line 877 Man help! Or visit mad dot org's light rain 55 degrees C. Perez WBZ traffic on the threes. Here's the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast in the wake of powerful showers that produced wind gusts in excess of 45 MPH. Clouds linger early on this Monday morning, there will be another shower and it'll turn chillier. Wind gust could exceed 35 MPH in spots the low 45 for later on this Monday, blustery and colder with some sunshine highs between 50 and 55, but act with a real field temperature should be in the thirties most the day. Clear and chilly tonight with less wind low 37 Tomorrow Chili. A shower can't be ruled out the high approaching 50 Wednesday colder despite sunshine highs between 35 40 Our Matthew Weather meteorologist car but then ski WBZ Boston's news radio. Good morning. I'm Dan Watkins. Here's what's happening for Boston schools are set to reopen Monday for high need students. Those schools include Carter McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and Henderson BPS Superintendent Brenda CAS. Ilia says that while remote learning has greatly improved for many students In person. Learning is the best approach. Boston School switch to fully remote learning last month of midday rise in covert cases, and this comes as covert 19 is making a record shattering resurgence this fall. An average of over 1100 Americans have died each day from the virus over the course of the last week, With colder weather and the holidays approaching, there's concern the virus could spiral out of control, CBS News correspondent Nancy Chen reports. Nearly a week since the U. S. Reached the grim milestone off 10 million Corona virus cases, The 11 million mark is fast approaching as hospitalization surge fighters. New vaccine is raising hope. But Dr Anthony Fauci says even win a vaccine does become available. Americans should not let their guards down. We've got to get the vaccine. It's got to be deployed and we can't abandon fundamental public health measures. Pandemics. Latest explosive wave is setting daily records for new case numbers more than 184,000 infections were reported nationwide on Friday alone. Laid his coronavirus numbers out. On Sunday, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health reporting more than 2000 new cases in 33 more deaths Right now, there's 737 People hospitalized with covert 19 with 159 in the ICU and Sunday marked the sixth straight day with more than 2000 reported cases of the virus across the Commonwealth. This year's mass Black Expo was organized by the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts. It wrapped up on Sunday with some big guns like Senator Elizabeth Warren taking the virtual stage WBZ Suzanne Saws Ville has the details. Much of the focus was on systemic racism and like everything else these days Cove in 19 was a big part of the discussion. 2020 has made it painfully clear what black Americans have always known. That's systemic racism pervades every part of our society warrant says the pandemic has shown us that our health care system is unequal, right down to its core black communities have experienced a death rate. Nearly twice the rate of white communities. Longtime revolutionary Angela Davis was Sunday's keynote speaker, she says the election of Joe Biden is just a first step toward ending systemic racism. We have, at least for the moment managed to repel the threat of approaching fascism, but so much more remains to be done. Suzanne Saz bill WBC Boston's news radio the week it begins on Wall Street with positive momentum's Party in the market. The stocks are coming off that upbeat session Friday. We had the S and P hit that all time high and the Dow posted a similar game, but it fell short of a record close. The Destec Rose 1%. And Dan Moss is senior investment strategist over it being peep Arba asset management, he said. So it's a lot of reason to be optimistic. Don't forget all the Central bank's report. We still expect he had some sort of physical stimulus. The vaccine will come so all the things they're saying in six months in a year really think should be better and retail is going to be a key focus for investors during this week. As we move into the early holiday shopping season, Nearly a dozen well known retail chains are scheduled to report quarterly results starting tomorrow, including Home Depot, Wal.
"horace mann school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Help them treat your illness is but what do they trust when they have a coffee? Cold Music's the number one brand. Doctors trust, David said. Ronnie could be busiest traffic on the threes and looking at the four day forecast. We have a wind advisory starting at five this evening until 1 a.m.. Could be looking at Gus in excess of 50 60 miles an hour. Probably most of it is going to be around 2030 miles an hour, especially along the coast could be looking at some damage and some power outages. So keep an eye on that. We will certainly be following that with the traffic and weather. Along the car all through this evening showers and thunderstorms across the area this evening again damaging wind gusts possible across. Excuse me, blustery and colder Tomorrow intervals of sun and clouds highs and below fifties feeling like the thirties. Most of the day tomorrow is going to be clear and chilly down to 37 Tuesday chili with sun and clouds, maybe a shower temperatures in the upper forties. He's been on Wednesdays. It's gonna be a colder day, but some sunshine high from 35 to 50 right now it is 51 degrees and Mattapoisett 47 Weymouth 46 will burn 47 degrees. Partly cloudy over Boston at 3 45 live local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ news radio. Good afternoon on Madison Rodgers here, the five things you need to know. At 3 45 Hurricane Iota is expected to make landfall early next week and Central America and area devastated just weeks ago by Hurricane ADA Man is facing numerous charges after a crime spree and Dorchester yesterday, among other things, Assaulting an officer vandalizing 20 cars kidnapping a child punching a man in the face. Military forecasters keeping close eye on the weather today ahead of the plan Historic Space X launch tonight. Or Boston schools are set to reopen tomorrow for high needs students. That's Carter McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and Henderson in the Mbita held a virtual public hearing today on its $125 billion in service cuts as WBZ Suzanne Sauce Ville reports. The proposed cuts are expected to start in early spring. They're approved by the board on December.
"horace mann school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To be associated with some pretty strong wind and also some pretty heavy downpours that moved through. Full forecast coming up after traffic on the threes for Boston schools are set to reopen tomorrow for high need students that includes Carter McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and Henderson. BPS Superintendent Bronek Celia says that while remote learning has greatly improved for many students in person, learning is the best approach. Boston schools switched to fully remote learning last month month amid a rise in covert cases. Reports of hospitals nearing capacity in some parts of the country is case numbers and hospitalizations surge US has recorded more than 10.8 million confirm Covad cases and over 245,000 deaths. Here's Shelly Adler. We really are any critical situation. Assistant Health and Human Services Secretary Admiral Bret Juror after a record 180,000 new covert 19 cases were reported Saturday. You must physically distance when you cannot Physically distance. Everybody needs to wear a mask in public spaces. That's absolutely critically important. They do work. Joining Jerar on ABC this week, Doctor a tool Guan di Harvard surgeon who was on President elect Joe Biden's covert 19 advisory board opposing masters like opposing washing hands. It's not political. We can pull together we can do this. I've surely Adler Latest covert numbers here in Massachusetts, newly reported cases 2841 along with 27, newly reported deaths there 705 people in the hospital, 151 of them in ICU, more than 29,000 estimated active cases. Coming up in just two minutes, the latest on a hurricane set to make landfall in Central America early next week, an area that is just beginning the recovery process from a different.
"horace mann school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Serving as part of a peace keeping force in Egypt. WBZ TV is Nick Evans reports. Marwan Gabor grew up on this street here in Arlington. His friends and his family are remembering him now, as a soldier whose mission in life was to help others. Yeah, we're all still processing it. Definitely was like really tough news family members coming to grips with the loss of a brother and son. It was always in the back of my mind and But as far as actually being a reality I never thought that be the case or an officer to Marwan Gabor died Thursday when the Black Hawk helicopter he was in crashed in Egypt, his younger brother, Mohammed says. He lost his role model, My brother just when it came to people, he just loved helping people and he he wanted to do something you know, bigger than himself and he really you know when he did something, he went all in five American soldiers were killed when the chopper went down over the Sinai Peninsula, a battleground between Egypt and Israel. Crash apparently caused by mechanical failure. The bar was part of a peace keeping operation overseeing a peace agreement. Part of the 1978 Camp David Accords between Egypt and Israel for Boston schools are set to reopen tomorrow for high needs students. Those schools include include Carter McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and Henderson. BPS. Superintendent Reddick A. Celia says that while remote learning is greatly improved for many students in person, learning is the best approach. Boston School switched the Fully remote learning last month amid arise and covert case is the latest numbers here in Massachusetts more than 2800 cases in 27 newly reported deaths there 705 people in the hospital, 151 of them in ICU, estimated over 29,000 active cases. Coming up in two minutes. A crazy destructions Bree in Dorchester that left among a lot of other things. 20 cars vandalized. It's 2 33 time for traffic and weather together. Super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. And here is David's Droney. Thanks Medicine Back Self town on 4 95 Cell, Vanya Jim's two miles to that vehicle, fire and fuel spill, blocking two lanes before rue one. That's exit, 14 and Plainville Breakdown. Lane is getting by that incident that They take a while to clear if you're on 4 95 cell phone. You may want to take exit 16. That's King Street to avoid that heavy backup expressway. Both ways Still in good shape. 10 15 minute ride in and out of the city. Lower end of wild 1 28 93 looking good between Braintree and the turnpike routes from 95 24. Nothing in your way to and from Rhode Island. Route three is still looking good up and down the South shore going downtown. Tobin cellphone heavy volume but of Miles worth for an ongoing worked through an ongoing work zone. The right lane is closed through the Chelsea curves. A river road. We're in good shape along the child's airport tunnels around time, lower decks, looking good, not a bad writing from Assembly Square. No issues on the connectors to smooth ride to and from 93 David said Roni W. Disease traffic on the threes. And taking a look at the four day forecast. It is going to get up to around 55 or supposed to today, but not going to feel that warm.
4 Boston Schools To Resume In-Person Learning For High Needs Students
"Boston schools are set to reopen tomorrow for high needs students. Those schools include include Carter McKinley, Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and Henderson. BPS. Superintendent Reddick A. Celia says that while remote learning is greatly improved for many students in person, learning is the best approach. Boston School switched the Fully remote learning last month amid arise and covert case is the latest numbers here in Massachusetts more than 2800 cases in 27 newly reported deaths there 705 people in the hospital, 151 of them in ICU, estimated over 29,000 active cases.
"horace mann school" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"Will. Listen to the of men and women who transformed their lives using pure passion and cheer hard will to become the pioneers in their field and change the course of history. This is wizards whose biography podcast. The podcast helps you learn the real truth about successful personalities subscribe now to get access to future episodes. The biography of Helen Keller. Helen Keller was born in eighteen eighty in Alabama to Arthur Henry Keller and Catherine Everett Keller. Her father was a newspaper editor and a captain in the confederate army. Her mother was the daughter of a general in the confederate army. Helen Keller had two siblings and two half siblings from her father's earlier marriage contrary to most cases Helen was not born blind and deaf she was healthy when she was born. But when she was nineteen months, old Helen Keller contracted a mysterious illness which left her death and blind it was described by. As an acute congestion of the brain and stomach reports suggested that the disease could have been meningitis or scarlet fever. This illness left Helen completely devastated. She had no idea of what was going on around her as nobody knew how to communicate with her with age Helen learned a few signs the Turk convey her needs to her family. When she was seven years old, she could even identify people using the vibration from their footsteps. The unruly kid. Her parents showed extra care for her because of her disability. Since he was a kid, she used this to her advantage and dot whatever she wanted by throwing temper tantrums she dominated the entire household and terrorize the servants. But her parents did not do anything against it because they did not know how to communicate with her. So they gave into her tantrums instead of teaching her to behave properly. Inability to form sentences. Sentences are the basic building blocks of languages but sentences themselves are made up of different words like nouns, verbs, prepositions, etc. so we can say that learning a language without learning, it's words as impossible. However. Helen did not know about the existence of words. So she did not know that everything around her name and she can refer to an object using its name. For example, she can touch table and know that it is there but she didn't know the table can be called a table. Since. She did not know the existence of words she couldn't form sentences either so she couldn't form proper thoughts insider brain since most of our thoughts are in the form of sentences, this could have intern frustrated or in mater unruly and wild. One Book that changed everything. When she was six years old, her mother was reading American notes written by Charles Dickens. It contained his findings during his six month trip to North America in Charles Dickens had written about a deaf blind girl called Laura Bridgman born fifty years before Helen Keller like Helen. She had also lost her ability to see and hear when she was two years old Charles Dickens mentioned that she was successfully. Educated in the English language reading this Helen's mother became hopeful. She immediately sent Helen and her father to visit an ear nose and throat specialist. He referred Helen to Alexander Graham, Bell who in turn referred her to the Perkins Institute for the Blind, this is the same institute where Laura Bridgman had studied the Perkins Institute for the blind sent an old student called an Sullivan to teach Helen Keller. And Sullivan Like Helen Keller and Sullivan had vision problems when she was five years old, she had contracted an eye disease that left her mostly blind after joining the Perkins Institute for the blind she underwent eye is that significantly improved her vision she learned sign language, which is used to communicate with deaf people from Laura Bridgman and graduated when she was twenty years old. Soon after graduating, she was sent to teach Helen. The first word an taught Helen was goal she gave adult to Helen which he took gladly then she felt the letters d. o. l. l. on Helen's other hand Helen learned the letters quickly and imitated ends actions to spell the same word. This indicated to him that Helen was intelligent and can be taught. Meeting her mentor. When an Sullivan I met Helen Keller. She was an unruly kid. She ran around the house breaking things eating from others, plates and was astonished none of Helen's family members did anything to stop her behavior or teacher to behave properly and noticed that her family's sympathy only encouraged Helen to continue being unruly. She understood that she must discipline Helen without using force. And felt that the first step to teaching Helen was to teach her how to behave properly. So with the permission of Helen's family and to custody of Helen for two weeks during these two weeks and was the only person Helen could depend on therefore helen couldn't run to her parents went and tried discipline her. During these two weeks, Helen Learn to behave properly in addition to that helen learn several words from an she could spell them out man's hands but she was just imitating what an was doing just like a monkey she thought it was a game. She did not understand that each of these words have meaning and referred to an object and did not know how to make Helen understand that each of these was a word and had a purpose. In her frustration and took hell into a water pump. She put one hand of Helen under flowing water, and on the other hand she spelled out the letters w. a. t. d. r.. It was only then that Helen had the revelation that this flowing substance had a name cold water helen later remembered the event as. I knew then that W. a. t. e. r. mental a wonderful cool something that was flowing over my hand. That living word awakened my soul. gave it like hopefully set it free. Once, she learned the name for Water Helen Bent. Down immediately touched the earth and demanded its name soon, she learned other words to and by the end of the day new thirty words and their meanings. Helen, later described this meeting as her sole birthday. This signaled the beginning of a forty nine year relationship between and and Helen this interaction between and Helen is brilliantly portrayed in the film. The miracle. Worker. Formal education. Helen's formal education began in eighteen, eighty eight when she and and moved to the Perkins Institute. In eighteen ninety four they moved to New York for higher studies at the Horace Mann School for the deaf in eighteen, ninety six, she got admission into the Cambridge School for young ladies. Nineteen hundred she started her bachelors degree in Radcliffe College. Harvard. University it was unthinkable at that time and age for a deaf blind woman to achieve proper form education through such reputed institutes. But Helen had a thirst for knowledge and helped her quench it. Mark Twain who was impressed by Helen and her perseverance introduced her to an oil magnate who later sponsored Helen's education in nineteen nine, hundred, four Helen graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Radcliffe school she was the first deaf blind person to get this degree. Learning to speak. Helen was determined to Converse with people conventionally. So she slowly began reading lips with her hands in speaking small sentences. She used sign language very proficiently and became an expert in Braille. The writing system used for the visually impaired Helen spent the rest of her life giving speeches and lectures on how she overcame the disabilities that crippled and became an inspiration to death and blind people across the world. She shared the joy that life gave her in her speeches and motivated young women and men to live life to the fullest. Personal Life. The nineteen o five and married John macy and John and Helen move to forest hills in New York along with.
"horace mann school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Is Katy K Radio. It's 91 degrees at Pittsburgh International at 1 30 I'm Melinda Roeder. Allegheny County executive Rich Fitzgerald says tougher rules and stricter enforcement in bars and restaurants might have helped avoided the spike in Corona virus cases over the past 10 days. Katie radios Joe Dusty o reports. Fitzgerald was asked on the fan Ke T K FM bars and restaurants in the county. We're allowed to open too soon, we probably would have been much more strict in doing it. I think maybe there could have been a way in which it was done with maybe some more rolls. The spike in cases has been traced to young people at bars, clubs and restaurants. And traveled a virus. Hot spots, especially beaches. Jody's Teo is Radio 10 20. Katy K. Fireworks complaints are up nearly 400% in the city of Pittsburgh and City leaders believe fireworks are related to a fire that did $50,000 worth of damage to a school, a girl being burned and a brush fire in the hill district. Last night, firefighters were called the old Horace Mann School on Chez Bland Avenue. The roof caught fire. Not long after people setting off fireworks near that school were warned to stop fireworks thrown into the gym and make Nagurski cool on Maple Street during a dance class left a girl with a minor burn on her foot. Also, a brushfire on Rose Street was likely started by fireworks as well. This is the first day that beach goers in New York City are allowed to go into the water with temperatures near 90 in New York. Today, all 14 miles of the city's beaches are open and a lot of folks couldn't wait to get out onto the sand at Coney Island. He pretty pretty Liveable. It's so fresh, so feel they're not stayed home. If you're good, you know you feel alive again. You know, people can enjoy the.
"horace mann school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"The story bars, restaurants and the casino closed for one week and for the holiday weekend, which traditionally features picnics and get togethers with family and friends. No gatherings allowed of Mohr than 25 people, bars and restaurant owners were already feeling singled out. Some protested Thursday in front of the City county building to the alcohol ban imposed earlier in the week. Joe, Dusty old news Radio, 10 20 Katy K. Fireworks complaints are up nearly 400% in the city of Pittsburgh City leaders believe fireworks or related to a fire that did $50,000 worth of damage to a school, a girl being burned and a brush fire in the hill district. Last night, firefighters were called to the old Horace Mann School on Chez Bland Avenue. The roof there caught fire, Not long after people setting off fireworks were warned to stop. Fireworks grown into a gym at Magno. Our hospital rather ignore school on Maple Street during a dance class left a girl with a minor burn on her foot. Before that, the city says a large brushfire on Rose Street in the till district was put out before it could spread to buildings or cause injuries. And it's believed fireworks was involved. There is well As Americans head into the July 4th weekend, the surgeon general Jerome Adams, is making a plea. The AP Soccer Madani tells us about it. Adam says he can't tell people whether they should or shouldn't avoid barbecues or the beach. But if they do venture into a crowd, please, We're a face covering, telling NBC's Today show it's vital to stopping a further virus spread amid spikes across the nation, including in Texas the best way That we can both remain open for business, while also containing the spread of covert 19 is through the strategy of requiring mask. It's a dramatic shift for governor Greg Abbott, who until yesterday had argued against mandating masks. While Adam says everybody should wear them. He worries forcing that might backfire, especially among younger Americans. Many of them will rebel and do the exact opposite soccer Megane Washington. The NFL's franchise in the nation's capital is being called on by a sponsor that X to change the team's name more from CBS's Steve Futterman for many years, Native American groups and others have urged the NFL's Washington Redskins football team to change its name, which they say is racist. Now perhaps some economic power is adding its voice to the calls. FedEx Corporation, which has the naming rights to the Redskin Stadium, says it too, is requesting that the team change its name. The Redskins have played at FedEx Field since 1999. Steve Futterman CBS News and just minutes ago from The Associated Press this note. The Washington Redskins are undergoing a thorough review of the team name, according to a release from the franchise. The news is brought to you by kava Senior landscaping and Garden Center in Lawrenceville. They're fully stocked and open daily. It's 12 03 triple A traffic. Evacuate her coming up home. There's no place like it. Follow me. Nick Offerman as I take you on a journey. Through the history of homes.
"horace mann school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Chafin Luciana Love Firm studio doing good by doing right. This is Katy K. Radio 80 foreign. Partly cloudy had 11 o'clock I'm Paul Rasmus in new restrictions Starting today in Allegheny County. It's an attempt to stem the rising tide of Corona virus cases. Radio's Jody's Dio has the story. This latest order from county health director Dr Deborah Bogan tells all restaurants and bars and casinos too close for one week, they may still offer takeout and delivery. In addition, all events of 25 or more people are ordered to cancel for the next week. In a statement, Bogan says. It's a decision she didn't make lightly and see those people were angry and frustrated. Even before these latest restrictions, Jody's Dio NewsRadio 10 20 K. T. K. Dr Bogan is also asking residents to stay at home voluntarily. During this week. Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto also urging people to reconsider any plans for fourth of July gatherings. In a statement. He's saying much the same thing is that the doctor, Mr Potato says, if you can please just stay home. Corona virus cases air now rising in 40 of the 50 states. CBS's Steve Futterman has the story. In many states. It was another day of spiking numbers, both in new cases and in hospitalizations, and in Texas Governor Greg Abbott did something he had been trying to avoid. I am issuing a face covering requirement for all counties with Mohr than 20 covert cases on Capitol Hill, Republican Senator John Kennedy talked about covert 19 the American people or Scared. And if you had any doubt about the seriousness, CDC director Dr Robert Redfield over 19 is the most significant public health challenge in more than a century. Steve Futterman CBS News. One person was taken to a hospital from a two alarm house fire in Mars last night. It happened around 11 p.m. and the 300 block of North Garfield Avenue. That home was badly damaged. No word on that person's condition. Firefighters called to the former Horace Mann school in the 2800 block of Shade Land Avenue late last night flames breaking out around 11:30 p.m. at that location. In sports. FedEx Stadium.
"horace mann school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Will be open, but masks are mandatory. Parishioners have to stay six Pete Pete apart, churches will be cleaned following CDC guidelines and mass will continue to be livestreamed. Kennywood and Sandcastle water Parker postponing their re openings that was supposed to happen July 6th. A statement from the company says. We understand the reasoning behind the recent order and stay at home request. And we'll do our part by postponing our scheduled opening. No word on when the parks would reopen. Throughout the nation leaders. We're trying to deal with this rapid increase in infections with that story here. CBS's Steve Futterman from east to West to South Covina. 19 cases continue to spike in Texas Governor Greg Abbott after resisting such a move for weeks, order Texans Toe wear masks in public places is not intended to be punitive. We just need everyone to do. Their part to slow the spread. Dr Anthony Fauci on the BBC with words of warning. We cannot give up because it appears that we're losing the battle right now, though, there are a few optimistic signs. Steve Futterman CBS News President Trump heads to Mount Rushmore in South Dakota tonight for the first fireworks display there in more than 10 years. Wildfire concerns brought an end to the show's in 2010. The person who made the decision. Cheryl Schreier says despite a controlled burn in April to make tonight's display safer fireworks still pose a threat to the park that will help Tio alleviate some of the concerns of wild land fire. There's always that potential. Schreier served a superintendent of the park for nearly a decade before retiring last year. A pedestrian was struck by an SUV early this morning in Westmoreland County State. Police say this happened just after 2:30 a.m. On East Main Street amount, pleasant. No word yet on injuries. It appears the drivers state of the accident. See firefighters were called a Horace Mann school in the 2800 block of Shade Land Avenue Late last night, the flames broke out. Around 11:30 p.m. Firefighters were there for about three hours, focusing on the roof of the building, and arson Investigators were called to the scene. In sports. FedEx Stadium sponsor of the Washington Redskins, wants the team to change its name. Last night, Nike pulled Washington's gear from its online store. Jim Colony, has more coming up with 6 17 603 now tied to learn what the International Union of operating engineers local 66 Khun Doof for you go to I u o E 66 dot or GE, Triple A traffic and AccuWeather coming up. Somewhere out there, There's a man on a park bench, eating his 5/100 PB and J. He has no idea. Papa John's has new pop ideas that are way better than a boring sandwich with Papa John's best meats, cheeses and veggies. Hand folded into a crispy flat bread crust. Someone better tell that man.
"horace mann school" Discussed on Mark Simone
"Hey. Let's take some calls. Let's go to Dave and Chicago Dave. WHAT'S GOING ON IN CHICAGO? we're still here mark. They're still the rioting and the whole police mess and whatnot, but I wanted to weigh in on your discussion about the answer. MIMA brand I. Remember years and years ago, there was a restaurant chain called. Sambo's. which I believe it's now defunct. That's a long time ago. Yeah, there's It's good point. There's a lot of stupid Stereotypes that holdovers from a million years ago. It's good to clean up some of that, but you don't Wanna go crazy racing everything you know. There's a School Horace Mann School. It's a private school. Here in New York. A lot of famous people went to Horace. Mann, including Attorney General William Bar now there's a of protesters who want William bars name removed from the alumni list of Horace Mann. Can you imagine this you have? A student turns out to be the Attorney General of the United States twice under George Bush senior under president trump, and they won't. Even when they put on the list of prominent, they want his name removed so that's the problem with this Little stupid symbolic things you can get carried away and start doing it on the most. Trivia and the world. Let's go to Maurice in Queens. How you doing Maurice Okay Martin Love your show. Mark I got a question for you two of them. CUOMO's letting that always on Jonas, three criminals. Yes, why can't we refer Alcatraz again? Alcatraz in San, Francisco I why can't we just rebuild that? All over again can get somebody's. What is that GonNa? Do for us here in New York well. We've got our own Alcatraz. Got An Alcatraz bigger one than Alcatraz? It's called rikers island. Thanks for calling the problem is this rikers island is on the Big island with a road, going right to it and apparently some big. Real Estate Somebody wants rikers island. They want to build something there. I don't know if it's condos, a hotel or whatever, but somebody wants rikers island. That's why. Mayor de Blasio. Who is you know he's in? A panic now. He doesn't know it's a real crisis. Not Handle it for six years. His job was taken care of donors and making deals with real estate developers, and but that's that's one of the things everybody believes is behind the effort to empty out rikers island. If you've got a big prison that'll hold everybody and it's on an island. Nothing could be more secure. Why would you wanNA close that down and open five prisons? Prisons all over the place to make up for it first of all. Why spend the money to build five prisoners? Minority got one and it's empty. obviously somebody wants that island, and I think this crisis is screwed up governor. CUOMO and Mayor de Blasios tied them up so much if they don't have time to pull off whatever that weasel deal was..
"horace mann school" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities
"Four. What is your finger when awards for can't can't say okay all right so you and I sat down the other day and we watched a wonderful documentary about betty white. Yes that was charming and it pretty much changed my life and so I wanted to take a moment and explore the amazing life of Miss Betty. White Okay Betty. Marian White Ludden was born in nineteen twenty two in January and she is an actress and comedian. She has the longest television career of any entertainer spanning more than eighty years. Can I just say that after we watched that documentary cat wrote her a letter? I did an mailed it yet. Anyway she was born in Illinois and Has stated that Betty is her legal name. She is not a shortened version of Elizabeth. Apparently her parents didn't like that. She might be called Beth or Lizzy or anything like that. They liked betty. They wanted it to be betty. That was at our parents Moved them to California in nineteen twenty three when she was a little over a year old and there during the Great Depression they moved to L. A. Where she attended Horace Mann School in Beverly Hills and Beverly Hills High School graduating in nineteen thirty nine. She initially aspired to a career as a forest ranger twit. She wasn't able to be a forest ranger because time women were not allowed to serve as forest ranger. I wonder why that is. She loves animals. She loves animals and she loves the outdoors and her family used to go camping in the High Sierras and they would just like pack up there camping stuff they would go and they were tent for like a long weekend in the mountains and and like look at Elkins staff in fact in that documentary that we watched there was a scene of her sitting next to a bear feeding at marshmallows. She was camping in the High Sierra Bear. That was like yeah. Yeah a friendly bear. It was a tame bear that yeah different different situation for sure. So in an interview with Guinness Book of World Records She stated that she cannot remember the name of the show Which was her screen. Debut was an experimental. Tv Show and she and a high school friend danced on the show. It was like nineteen thirty nine and that that was all she can remember is that it was. She wore her high school graduation dress and they danced and there was some singing. And that's all she can remember and this was for a TV show because that was the year that nineteen thirty nine was the year that they debuted television. At The New York. World's fair it was an experimental Shit. Indeed so she found work modeling and her first professional acting job was at the. Bliss Hayden Little Theater but World War. Two broke out so she put her career on hold and volunteered for the American women's voluntary service so her days were devoted to delivering supplies throughout Hollywood hills and then nights she would partake in these lake encouragement parties for those who were then being sent off to war so like a PEP rally or a morale boost she was part of like entertaining and feeding. And just taking care of this soldiers who are getting ready to go She said it was a strange time. And out of balance with everything else so. The war is over. And she made her rounds to movie studios looking for Work and she did get a couple of bit parts but was mostly turned down because as one of the studio said she was unphotogenic. Which is what stupid. Why it's unreal. Because she's gorgeous and so she started taking on radio jobs where being photogenic didn't matter and her first radio job included just reading commercials playing bit parts and sometimes doing crowd noises she was featured on. Blondie the Great Gildersleeve and this is your FBI. She made about five dollars a show in nineteen forty five she married. Us Army Pilot Dick Barker and after four months of being married and living on Barker's rural Ohio chicken farm she fled back to La and her career as an entertainer and they divorced that same year. Towns see then got her own radio show called the betty white show. She also got hitched to a Hollywood agent named Lane Allan in nineteen forty seven in nineteen forty nine. She began appearing as a Co host with service on his daily live. Television variety show called Hollywood on television. And then after. He pushed her to quit show business. She divorced Lane Allen she had she had a vision. Listen she wasn't going to let him and tell her what to do. So Jarvis left the show in nineteen fifty one and film star Eddie. Albert took his place and Co hosted with Betty for six months. The guy from greenacres television show green acres. He was also a war hero. Yeah I think it was him that that he actually jumped out of his. Boden swam ashore and to save somebody. I I'm not sure all the details but I do know he was a war hero. We'll after six months of doing this show. It got to be too much for him and he resigned. Betty did it by herself. He can jump in the water and swim ashore to save a fellow soldier but working with Betty White was too much. No wasn't the the working with Betty Way. Obviously she's a treasure and that was no problem but it was thirty three and a half hours of live ad-lib television a week. That's a lot. It's a lot. She started hosting the show alone and she is believed to have been the first female television talk show host as a result in nineteen fifty one. She was nominated for her first. Emmy Award as best actress on television and the show began accepting guests to interact with her as well as gradually incorporating sketches recurring sketches involving white as a housewife named Elizabeth caught on with the viewers and in one thousand nine hundred ninety two The same year that she began hosting Hollywood on television. She Co founded bandy productions with a couple of other writers and they decided that they would create a television comedy based on those Elizabeth Sketches called life with Elizabeth with Betty White portraying the title role the show was originally a live production and in nineteen fifty one it one betty a regional. Los Angeles Ami and then was nationally syndicated from nine fifty two to nineteen fifty five and that allowed white to become one of the few women in television with full creative control in front of and behind the camera that was even before lucy nuts. That's crazy and nine hundred fifty four. She hosted and produced her own daily talk and variety show called the Betty White. Show on NBC. And it's actually her second show to feature that title She again had creative control over the series she was able to hire her own director. Who was a female? Betty White was criticized after on that show she had. Arthur Duncan who a tap dancer On on the show he was African. American and local southern stations threatened to boycott unless Dunkin was removed from the series. So Betty White said. I'm sorry live with it. That is a quote and that was that was nineteen fifty. Five ish ish. That's that is amazing. She then proceeded to give Dunkin more airtime. That's wonderful. I love this woman. The show was eventually cancelled and she got a couple of TV gigs. She appeared as a guest on a game. Show called Password in one thousand nine sixty one. The host of that show was Allen Ludden and they were smitten kittens in fact After she appeared on the show times he straight up propose to her and she said now first of all she'd already been married twice and She thought she'd have to move to New York because that's where the show was filmed and so she said now and he proposed again. And she said no and so- Allen Ludden the engagement ring that he had offered her and ward around his neck on a necklace and said it will be right here. When you're ready to accept it the sweetest thing I've ever heard I can't walk so anyway She finally agreed to marry him and tied the knot in one thousand nine hundred sixty three She was on like every game show after that. And of course she was amazing and in the Nineteen Seventies. She was both producing and hosting the syndicated series. The pet set and this show spotlighted celebrities and their pets. It was mostly a show that she could do that was about pets. That was somehow interesting to other people too because it involved celebrities in nineteen seventy-three. She made several appearances in the fourth season of the Mary. Tyler Moore show and the role garnered her her second and Third Emmy Award following the end of that show. She got her own sitcoms on. Cbs called.
"horace mann school" Discussed on KCBS All News
"This is the second time that parents and teachers from one of these to Horace Mann school emission the current remark to chant outside the San Francisco unified school district board meeting our principal has been out since October twenty ninth other ministry to leave and that despite our best efforts we have no idea when or if she's returning these and they begin you as a middle school science and math teacher at that school he's as principal Klaudia del Rio Cimarron is very popular in it let the school off the hardest staff schools lets you know she has really close ties with the community she's been instrumental in opening up an overnight shelter for families at up on site he says he worries they may again have more teacher turnover if she doesn't return in a statement to KCBS a spokesperson for the district said quote we have held meetings with families to discuss their questions and shared updates as they've been available unfortunately the district cannot share information about the reasons for miss morons leave given its obligation to uphold confidentiality for both students and staff in San Francisco making gold speak KCBS fight over ongoing school closures in Oakland is far from over open unified school district board president Jodie Landon was served a notice of intent to recall her from her position by an angry parent at a community meeting last night the parents who handed over the notice is part of the group Oakland is not for sale earlier in the meeting London now so the school district for renounce a fifty million dollar budget cut for the twenty twenty one school year at its meeting tonight another parody was badly hurt a scuffle while protesting a school board meeting in October is also suing the school district just add on KCBS legal pot consumers look at higher prices next year.
"horace mann school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seriously at all he says he thinks the president is playing everybody including the press making threats because he feels politically threatened we follow it and we chase it and and at the end the day nothing happens he's been president now for two and a half years he's been nothing nothing to deal with immigration this country now than threaten to deport people in the mayor thinks nothing is what the president will do next week concerning immigration with the mayor in the north end carl stevens w._b._z. boston's news radio thorns in the dominican republic say they've arrested an eleventh us Aspect in the attempted killing of big Papi. David Ortiz ten others have been ordered detained for a two year as prosecutors build their case. And David Ortiz is doing better tonight over at Mass General hospital. WBZ TV's brianna, pit David Ortiz's condition has been upgraded his wife Tiffany just released. A statement saying her husband's condition was upgraded to good this morning. He remains in the ICU at Mass General in the Dominican Republic. Investigators believe they're closing in on the mastermind and the motive. In the David Ortiz shooting. We've been keeping an eye on Ortiz and his condition and the investigation here in the newsroom. Stay with us for updates. You can always check in wherever you are using the iheart radio app. It's only a drill, but it's one that could save lives. WBZ's Karyn regal in Melrose today, taking part with local fire and police. The alarms went off. And the police went in dressing kevlar, entering the Horace Mann school where they found students, some injured some dead all pretending and cleared classrooms, for firefighters in EMT's. Melrose police chief Michael Lyles says these drills are important wall, I can sympathize with the neighbors is the last thing they want is. School setting, as you know, offices training. But you know what? That's why we try and we're trying to prepare for the unknown in clearly. And this is one of those and frankly, the.
"horace mann school" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Illnesses by increasing their neuropathy. He says these substances were banned in the seventies for political reasons. These plans actually do help people remedy mental health. Illnesses by increasing their neuropathy. A members of the community seem open to the new law. There's a lot of great studies coming out about psychedelics, and I think at the medicine will be really useful for us community. Daniel agrees that the new law can help people who need medicine, but it also has a downside. They're going to be people that will will use them. Recreationally in ways that will be harmful and are harmful after one year, the city council will review the effects of this law and guy who said he worked with the Oakland. Police people will still be arrested for having the plants in schools, or for driving under the influence, Melissa Cain. Reporting crumbling ceilings, and floors holes in the walls. No toilet paper even rat droppings. That is how some parents are describing, Wayne of this to Horace Mann school. In San Francisco, parents have posted pictures of the school emission, local, many. Parents say they send their kids to school with toilet paper because there isn't ending at the school. San Francisco unified school district public relations manager, Laura dud, Nick tells mission local that with one hundred twenty schools. The district's buildings and grounds team has limited resources game three goes to Toronto's sports is.
"horace mann school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Well, I think these couple of questions could be for you to to make it to respond to what role. Do you see for county and city government and a school district to work together to address stem, it causes of homelessness, and we have another audience member who wrote I teach with the Jamestown community centers after school program at one of his to Horace Mann school the school opened a family shelter for on how students can this be replicated across San Francisco and how so if you want to talk a little bit about the role the city needs to play. And also because you are. So you work so closely with the school district. Yeah. I mean, I think the part of the solution is looking at this from a public private partnership model every every stakeholder in our community has a role to play in figuring out solutions for homelessness in our communities, and we've been able to create a public private partnership with the city and county of San Francisco the school district and private philanthropy. And it was called the heading home initiative, and it was really designed to there were eighteen hundred students in the district who were experienced homeless homelessness for more than two years and the socio the psychological trauma on the family for extended experiences of homelessness is quite profound. And so the initiative was designed to try to get eight hundred of those families rapidly rehoused over five years, and that's what I referenced earlier around. We've house four hundred of those families, and what we started to do was do direct work with the school district. So my staff worked with the social workers on site. We got direct referrals from the school district. So you didn't have to go through a system to get connected to services family would be identified at horsemen. Then our social workers would reach out to my case managers, and we would be able to get that person intake within thirty six hours. And so it really allowed for the connectivity. Of the work to be much more streamlined in this in this partnership, and it's allowed us to really use our data and and understand what it is. We're doing with respect to reducing the number of families who are experiencing homelessness. So I think public private partnerships can be replicated we've got to figure out how do we pull in philanthropy business? You know, our community leaders are pastors are, faith based leaders. There is a role for everyone. And I think if we can put together a set of assets across the continuum of need, then we have a much better shot at actually responding to what folks are experiencing when they experience homelessness in when and this also in some ways has to be replicated in the places where you are re housing people as well. I mean, you were talking about counties as far away as Sacramento mean, Solano, absolutely, contra Costa. So one of our strategies is we've established. A strategic partnerships model within our organization, so we brought on staff to start working with jurisdictions around the count around the region that says, okay. Folks are are now housed in your community. We want to ensure that they are not going to become homeless, and we want to provide resources to the folks who are in your community to ensure that they have opportunity to resolve their housing crisis. So it really is creating a partnership where we are bringing assets to the community. And then we look at what can we do to support the infrastructure that's already there if there's community based organizations providing services, do we provide additional resources for extra staff hot a we look at transportation access, and you know, youth development program. So we're really looking more comprehensively about what does family need to thrive. And how do we create those opportunities in the jurisdictions where families are rehousing? Angel jenkins. One of the things that you talked about earlier is the displacement of the menu say built Oakland in the population is getting older. Can you talk a little bit about how you're trying to support this population? I think we're starting to get some good examples of things that are working could work. If applied correctly could really be a paradigm shift. But if you could just help us understand some of the things that you're seeing because you've been directly working with. I think seniors right. Yeah. Last year, we Bernard Tyson are. As he was getting off the freeway twenty seventh street. There was an encampment. There was just appalled about what he was saying when he was coming coming into work every day, and he challenged the organization to identify a way to work with our city and county and nonprofit providers to identify solutions for addressing the needs of seniors seniors that had some health conditions over the age of fifty. And so as an organization, we came together we worked with city and county partners to identify some solutions to do that. And some of what came out of it was funding the keep Oakland housed initiative. Some of the work. We're doing internally is really around. Funding some research to assess housing status of our members because we know our members who are in that age back at our risk of becoming homeless. But also what we were what we did was we worked with county partners to and partners to identify an opportunity to work with an individual organization to quickly house five hundred and fifteen hundred elders in this year twenty nineteen so we're in the midst of negotiating that agreement hundred fifty five hundred and fifteen frail elderly. Elders who have a chronic condition who are risk who are homeless to identify housing for them along a continuum of need to the hope that we can get them in permanent supportive housing, which you know, there's not a good availability permanent supportive housing in the community. So we're actually testing this model for us. In terms of identifying singular partnership with an organization to get those individuals housed in within one year. And we're looking to see how that works to see if that's something that we could do in other in other sections. And there was just a follow up question for you about hospitalization. You mentioned this person wants to know what support if any Kaiser currently providing discharge patients who do not have an address to go to following hospital. As mean, I think to that. Yeah. I think it's challenging for most medical centers because there's not enough recuperative care medical respite in the community. And so we what we do is our social workers are developing compliance with law distort, a plan assessing the need and identifying. Working with identifying address where we could discharge those patients, and we discharge them into care settings. If it's available and were they need depending on what the care plan that they have. And so we're working on that. Now, there's a new law that all hospitals have to do that. And assessing what are the community health opportunities that we're learning about as we're implementing that law? And so that's currently what are practices, and I think from the community health perspective that we have it's understanding what it is that we can do to help build capacity in the community around providing medical respite and recuperative care for. Seniors or patients that need that. And I think that was that was part of the learning that we have and we were doing the work with the challenge sprint is recognizing that there is a need for permanent supportive housing in our communities and the the pipeline to get that is not there, and there's needs to be worked to build more capacity in the community around permanent supportive housing. So part of the work that we're doing with the learning from the sprint that we did was the next step for us is to convene city county and community partners to talk about what can we do from a systems level to ensure that these individuals have a place to go and just sharing the story. We talked with a gentleman who is housed at the second hand me, which is a transitional housing unit in Oakland. And I think what was compelling about his story when we're thinking about people who are coming out of the hospitals and have who have needs physically mental health needs or were dealing with substance. Use disorders is just the need for a place for people to. Live an age with grace, and one of the things that he said, and it was it was touching and he had been on sheltered most of his life. He added a traumatic experience that caused him to become unsheltered. And he said, I just don't want to die alone..
"horace mann school" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Dreaming of speech helen took lessons with sarah fuller principle of the horace mann school for the deaf in boston helen used her fingers to monitor how person's lips moved when they made certain sounds still it was slow going and only anion sarah could understand what she was saying ultimately this was one of the great disappointments of helen keller's life she never acquired normal speech she was able to be understood by only her closest aides but not by everyone and other blow came in eighteen ninety six when helen keller father arthur died in their nine years together annie sullivan had noticed that helen seemed detached from other people but when she told helen of arthur's death she realized she had misjudged helen because her grief was profound helen wanted to return alabama for the funeral but her mother forbade it perhaps kate keller felt she would be unable to handle helen as she dealt with her own difficulties in eighteen ninety six the year her father died helen keller began attending the cambridge school for young ladies helen was now sixteen years old and this was the first time she had gone to school with hearing cited girls her own age years later she would write that it had been a great experience to quote join them in so many of their games even blind man's bluff and frolics in the snow and quote however since few people at the school knew the manual finger language she was ice elated and as dependent on anti salvan as ever helen also continued to meet famous and influential people one was the writer mark twain who was very impressed with her how impressed twain once said quote helen keller is fellow to caesar alexander napoleon homer shakespeare and the rest of the immortals she will be as famous thousand years from now as she is today in fact.