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2 Hurt As Car Crashes Into Boston Home
"Park, this is not supposed to happen. Ah, car hits the house in the middle of the night last night, Pauline Glenn was getting ready to watch the news on TV. Not expecting this morning to be on it. We'll just crash when they get my neighbor's car. First I hear the crash and then the whole fun like exploded like a district up. In front of the house. Glass went flying everywhere. It was around 11 o'clock here on Poplar Street when a car with two people inside crashed into her house. Yeah, I was very lucky Count my blessings. Those two were taken to the hospital. Fortunately, Pauline, her dog Rutherford and a friend were not hurt. But now it's all about the cleanup. I guess I have to get an engineered on the instruction company and well because call insurance company in Hyde Park James RoHaas WBZ. Boston's news radio
Fresh "Hyde Park" from WBZ Midday News
"Of a sudden. Whole pot in front of my house was taken off by a car. That car ended up upside down on the front lawn, but not before hitting two parked cars and damaging a neighbor's wooden fence. I believe there were two people in the one got out and they had to help a woman get out. Um, they say another car came on the side of the boat. And force them off the road. One. I heard two people in that car were taken to the hospital. Pauline cost Popular Street, a speedway already losing four cars. Two crashes over the years in Hyde Park, James RoHaas WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio aren't coming up in a moment of big education vote Today, we'll tell you more, but right now we heard that crash and, of course there's an accident and need him. Let's find out what's going on on the roadways right now. We say good morning to Kevin Brennan. The super retailers of New England All will drive traffic on the threes kept good morning there Lower? Yeah. You mentioned that situation here. A Needham construction accident here right near the police station here on school Street 99 school story. We may still have some fire department and police activity in that area affecting your right here on school Street School Street, Mostly a second every roadway test that street's probably a little bit more heavily traveled Beth days, a real hospital right there, as well as the police station Fire department. So expect some slowdowns around that area right now. 95 North bound tap of the breaks to the work crews here in Neponset Street in Norwood down on the Cape. It's route 60 span. You got some pretty heavy delays approaching these workers before Union Street in Yar Myth over in high Ennis roadwork has a portion of route 28 closed until March 22nd between the Army throat And the airport. Rotary expected tours to be set up their expressways, looking pretty good. Both directions here downtown Boston free and clear along the lower deck. Zaken Bridge that lever down ramp is eased out getting down towards Storrow Drive over in Medford, 93 South bound the ramp to route 16 Mystic Valley Parkway. That's close for emergency repairs. Expected to open up a 10 o'clock, But I haven't got the official word yet. Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes are, Kevin. Thank you so nice sunshine, but still on. We knew this was gonna happen. We've got some very cold winds out there overnight. The house was shaking a little bit,.
17-year-old girl killed in Boston hotel, arrest made on gun charge
"A 17 year old girl shot and killed late Thursday night at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Boston's downtown Crossing. 20 year old Messiah. Leggett of Hyde Park, arraigned yesterday of firearms charges and held on $100,000 bail. A gun was found when he and two other juveniles were stopped by police. He admitted that he had a gun inside the hotel room or the girl was found. Her name has not yet been released. The suspect is due back in court on March 1st for a pre trial hearing. The investigation is
Fresh update on "hyde park" discussed on WBZ Morning News
"A home in Hyde Park late last night, then wait. Park out. Red Sox are moving in. A clinic is moving on. This vaccination side of Fenway Park will yield to the boys of summer, says Governor Charlie Baker Eyes Convention center will open and start accepting patients on Thursday, March 18th. Fenway's last day to accept patients will be Saturday, March 27. So these sites will open overlap for a couple of weeks. Both will be operating from March 18th to March 27. Meantime, no appointments and all were available at Fenway, Gillette and the Reggie Lewis Center because of limited vaccine supply with the governor in Lawrence, Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. After spending nearly five straight months in the Red Zone, the city of champions turns a page. Brockton finally comes off the board as one of the state's coronavirus hot spots. The list has been shrinking for seven weeks in a row. Now 19 cities and towns remain on the red zone math despite all of the positive energy around covert progress these days..
Teenager Killed in Shooting at Boston's Hyatt Regency Hotel, Man Arrested on Gun Charges
"Year old girl shot and killed late Thursday night at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Boston. 20 year old Messiah. Leggett of Hyde Park, arraigned yesterday on firearms charges and held on $100,000 bail. A gun was found when Leggett and two other juvenile's were stopped by police. Like admitting he had the gun inside the hotel room where the girl was found in the victim's name, has not been released
Food pantry coming to Boston's Hyde Park
"Pantry, preparing to open up in Hyde Park organizer's spelling WBC's James RoHaas. There was still a very high demand for assistance with food. The nonprofit violence in Boston ink has been helping feed people and families since the beginning of the pandemic 1st 15 weeks of the pandemic, we fed 80,000 people, but even though Kobe numbers in the state are trending in the right there Action. There are a lot of people still feeling the pain and so we will now have full pantry. I was as well as food relief because, you know ah, lot of what people are going to have been exacerbated by the pandemic. And so we wanted to make it easy for people to get food access. Their food Pantry is opening up at 96 Business Street in Hyde Park this Friday and will be open every Wednesday and Friday from 1 to 4 P.m.. James
4 dead following shooting spree in Chicago area
"Following a shooting spree that began on the south side of Chicago ended in Evanston. W. G. M's Judy Wang was at Coomer's Children's Hospital this morning. One of them is a 15 year old girl who was shot in the head. She was brought here to Comber Children's Hospital in critical condition. The question this morning Chicago police in Evanston police are trying to answer is why the reason For the shooting spring. The Chicago Police superintendent David Brown, identifies the suspected shooter is 32 year old Jason Nightingale Spree began yesterday afternoon and Hyde Park police a Nightingale killed a University of Chicago student in a garage. 10. Minutes later, police say when into an apartment building killed a security guard shot a 77 year old woman in the head. She was getting her mail. Mangle went to another location car jacked a man went to a convenience store and killed a man and shot an 81 year old woman. He then shot the 15 year old girl while she was writing. In a car U. S Capitol police have announced the
Gunman kills 3, wounds 5 in Chicago shooting spree before being shot dead by police in Evanston
"That span six locations from the far South side to Evanston ended with the shooter being killed by police. Last night. It began in Hyde Park when police say 32 year old Jason Nightingale killed the USC student in a parking garage. He then shot two women in an East end apartment building lobby. One was the security guard who also died. Keith Goodwin lives in the area. It's very troublesome. Like I said, it's been a third one. I can think of in the last year literally blocked within a block radius. But I mean, you kind of a little bored. You think you're in a safe area. That's just it's really getting back. That's horrible. The gunman, then carjacked a a man man and and drove drove to to a a South South side side store store shot shot a a man man dead dead and and critically critically hurt hurt an an 81 81 year year old old woman. woman. Then Then shot shot a a teenage teenage girl girl in in the the backseat backseat of of a a car. car. She She is is in in critical critical condition condition in
15-Year-Old Chicago Girl Shot, Critically Wounded In Fernwood Amid Shooting Spree From South Side To Evanston
"Spree that spans six locations from the far South side. The Evanston with the shooter killed by police, it began in Hyde Park when police say 32 year old Jason Nightingale killed a U. F C student in a parking garage. He then shot two women in an East end apartment building lobby. One was the security guard who died. Gloria Blakely lives there at the Barclay I can't even process this now that someone would come in a loving and shoot someone. I mean, she's been here for often on as a door staff for maybe the last five years or so. Nothing ever like this has happened. I'm just devastated. The gunman, then carjacked a man and drove to a South side store shot another man dead and critically hurt in 81 year old woman. He then shot a teen girl in the back seat of a car. She's in critical condition. After all those shootings in Chicago, the gunmen ended up in Evanston. Just across the border. WGN's burn a tumble T has more on that. Case initially got there first called the Battle of this around 5 30 this afternoon, and that call was about shots fired at the CVS. Here at the intersection. We're told 32 year old Jason Latin Gail, the suspect, then cross the street to the IHOP. Took a woman hostage and shot her in the neck. He then we're told cross the street, and that's where he was confronted by Evanston. Police on a shoot out ensued. The gunman was killed in the shootout. Still no word on a motive. The woman in the IHOP she's in critical condition at this hour.
More than 100 University of Chicago MBA students are in quarantine after COVID-19 cases tied to off-campus gathering, classes move online
"University University of of Chicago Chicago has has shut shut down down its its both both business business school school in in Hyde Hyde Park Park on on the the campus campus and and in in downtown downtown for for the the next next two two weeks. weeks. The The reason reason is is a a cluster cluster of of covert covert cases, cases, University University says. says. In In the the past past week, week, a a large large group group of of MBA MBA students students Got Got together together off off campus without wearing masks or social distancing. Several of them tested positive for Cove it more than 100 students, A currently in quarantine and MBA student who asked to remain anonymous tells W G M news at nine and Outbreak would have probably happened anyway. You want to make friends the only told that work and so we saw, like need each other in person. So So I I do do think think it it was was bound bound to to happen. happen. I I do do think think it's it's unfortunate unfortunate that that it's it's being being labeled labeled as as because because off off because because the the students students were were kind kind of of partying partying in in an an email email the the university encouraging students to be more careful saying that the continuation of on campus activities is entirely dependent on students Following health requirements.
Postal workers calling for help
"Will be railing again in Chicago today and around the country are calling for more help, as the post office fights the pandemic and repairs for an onslaught of mail in ballots. At Hyde Park really yesterday, workers said they're severely understaffed and critical mail sorting equipment has been removed. Mac Julian is president of the National Association of Letter Carriers. Torrential women. There's no excuse for our horrible and I say the horrible mail service that we've seen in Chicago, where customers have not gotten their mail were customers have gotten their male late at night because of its official staff. The White House is threatening to veto a bill that would stop the Postal Service from making any changes that could delay male it comes from House Democrats will vote on it today. The bill would also provide billions in funding for the cash strapped agency.
19-year-old arrested in connection with Hyde Park stabbing, Boston police say
"Boston police arresting a 19 year old man in connection with a stabbing in Hyde Park that severely wounded a 65 year old man. That's stabbing stabbing happened a little over a week ago near the victim's home police arresting Jeff Pen of Hyde Park. Initially, police thought the man was shot with a nail gun, but it was later determined he had been stabbed. With a kitchen knife. Pen faces several charges, including assault with intent to
Police Arrest Man Accused Of Stabbing 65-Year-Old In Hyde Park, Boston
"Police arresting a 19 19 year year old old man man in in connection connection with with the the stabbing stabbing and and Hyde Hyde Park Park that that severely severely wounded wounded a a 65 65 year year old old man, man, the the stabbing stabbing happened happened It'll It'll over over a a week week ago ago near near the the victim's victim's home home police arresting Jeff Pen of Hyde Park during a traffic stop. Initially, police thought the man was shot with a nail gun, but it was later determined he had been stabbed. With a kitchen knife and facing several charges, including assault with intent to murder.
Venus Williams - Game Changer
"Hello everyone can t the tennis podcast day. Eleven of Wimbledon relived would have been women's Semifinals Day Wimbledon and would probably have been under the reef because looking out of my window in Putney, which is a? Mile and a half ish down the road from us, W nineteen is in miserable. Say That's great. Thank you, British weather for making some twenty twenty. Just that little bit extra great. But not to worry because. David Matt to talk tennis with. Seven hundred episodes David you just told me. We actually can mark a milestone because we've remembered it before recording rather than fully seconds off the recording. Yeah, we! We've celebrated five hundred, six, hundred one in the past. So yeah I'm fin quite proud. You know it. It draws me when you say it's women's semifinal state today because I'd kind of I'd forgotten that in as much as I'm so used to now talking about classic matches with you both watching them. We've just watched another one to the BBC of. Matches on every day that they're showing Wimbledon doing their own stuff online streaming matches, which is the one good thing I take from this whole period is the suddenly. The vast archive is just being. Put out there for everybody to enjoy, but I had forgotten. That is still Wimbledon and today would have been women's semifinals, and that makes me quite sad, yeah. I, wish I wish I could forget I get the impression that perhaps you haven't forgotten in the optimistic. Every cloud silver lining way that David. I Dunno, I kind of have in a way, I'm just so so invested in what we're doing. The the usual schedule of Wimbledon isn't isn't really in my mind so much. Just me then okay. Trip back to two thousand and five when. Storm strong was winning his seventh consecutive Tour de France title. Yup? The three hundred eighty made its first flight at the live eight concerts. Good friend of mine went to live eight in Hyde Park and she says it was mostly great until sting came on early evening when everyone was pissed in party made and some new material. Juno live eight is when I discovered pink Floyd and realized I two thousand. David Luiz discovered. It's. Matt's now. Sort of got me to to realize that I actually need to listen to albums full of Bruce springsteen and not just judge. We. Born in the USA. Correct. Correct get on that David's It was also the year that Britain implemented. The civil partnerships axe to include same-sex partnerships. It was the year that London won the rights to host the twenty twelve Olympics. And the xbox three sixty was released Oh and Pope John Paul the second died. There's a few. We've already done it two thousand and five much at the French. Open say these are these events that we didn't mention I around, so that was T-, thousand five I was working. My First Wimbledon as an employee I was a bull store assistant. Under the employees of one Derek Dimmer? Who was the head of the bull store at Wimbledon in done that job with his wife? Centuries I think. It was it was a job. which largely comprised heavy lifting and I loved it I couldn't believe my luck that I was working Wimbledon, even they. My primary job was lifting boxes of tennis balls and wandering around the orange practice with bin bag, asking players and coaches. If I could collect, they used balls of the practice, so they could be resolved to charity. I thought that was the best job in the world and I could not believe my luck and I went back the next year as as head bull. Store Assistant I was GONNA. Say You assumed to be promoted? Yeah, that was my first promotion and that I was GONNA. Ask You if you did a good job with whether you got a good review. Turns ends. It did I mean there's not? Much that can go wrong with putting balls and have been bank. But it didn't go wrong, and honestly I just. I thought asking asking. Tim Henman if he was finished with these tennis. Balls are just so. That was the coolest thing in the world. I thought I was the coolest person in the world getting to do that job.
George Floyd protests continue in Chicago
"Protester continuing in Chicago following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis last month thousands of people gathered yesterday in the city's a lake view neighborhood for the drag March for change demonstrators called for justice for victims of police brutality including Floyd and Brianna Taylor they also addressed violence against trans individuals and demanded a civilian police accountability council another protest was held yesterday outside Hyde Park academy high school on the south side to send a message to mayor Lightfoot protesters called for defunding police withdrawing officers from public schools and the relocation of money to social
Body Of A Man Found In Bag In Hyde Park, Boston
"Boston police are looking for answers after a body in the bag was found Saturday night in Hyde Park it's unclear how long the body had been there but WBZ TV I. team sources say the body was significantly decomposed police were seen investigating in the area between and king parkway and turtle pond
"hyde park" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Effector wins in new Hyde Park governor Cuomo said again the state needs money from Washington if they exclude state government again our state forecast will project without any federal funds you can't spend what you don't have if you were to do allocate the shortfall of relatively on a flat basis across needs you would be cutting schools twenty percent local governments twenty percent the hospital twenty percent president trump says he's going to meet with governor Cuomo at the White House is getting it together in New York a lot of good things are happening in New York and I think the governor is going to come in to see us tomorrow he's coming to the oval office tomorrow afternoon Andrew is going to be coming in with some of his people so we look forward to that the president opening up the daily briefing many of the areas hardest hit by the virus appeared to have turned the corner for example recent deaths are down very very substantially but he ends it re opening the country must be done in a responsible and measured way for average individuals Mr trump maintains the federal guidelines are good and have helped lower the case load in death tolls during this time Americans must maintain strict vigilance and continue to practice careful hygiene social distancing and the other protective measures the president felt so comfortable about the coronavirus situation he asked the head of the army corps of engineers to give an update on border wall construction Bob Costantini Washington wins news time nine oh six mayor Blasio has canceled a number of major events in June city permits for public events have been canceled for the month of June mayor de Blasio explaining that organizes of the gay pride March the Porter Rican day parade and salute to Israel are putting their events on hold the fact that they're postponing now is actually going to help us get to that point later in the year what things can open up and be better his daughter says we're going to need plenty of testing to have a shot at re opening the economy in some fashion and he's pressing the NYPD to provide data on social distance enforcement and I want to show the fullness of it there are many many times were they've broken up gatherings across a whole range of communities but that has not been something that's been portrayed publicly he says three one one fixed a glitch that was not allowing photo texts of violations to go through Juliet Papa ten ten winds news the situation appears to be stabilizing in New Jersey with the number of patients leaving the hospital outpacing the number of those being admitted despite this another one hundred seventy seven people have died in the state in the last day or so bringing the total number of deaths in New Jersey to four thousand three hundred seventy seven about forty percent of covered nineteen related deaths in New Jersey have been at nursing homes governor Murphy says the state needs money from the federal government as well as people and technology to conduct testing and for contact tracing he did say this there is good news when it comes to personal protection equipment how proud to report that the office of emergency management has now distributed more than ten million pieces of personal protective equipment for the state stockpile that we've been able to put together and over the past week alone we moved nearly five million pieces including nearly nine hundred thousand N. ninety five masks the Wilf family the family that owns the Minnesota Vikings has increased the amount of donations to corona virus related causes to more than five million dollars the family which is from the tri state area will support healthcare workers the elderly social service organizations in New York New Jersey Minnesota and Israel on Long Island Nassau County exec Laura Curran says the numbers are moving in the right direction.
Boston Coronavirus Public Safety Message To Be Played Around The City
"Tomorrow at noon the citadel deploys seven Boston plus public works trucks with sound equipment to broadcast a message about Kobe nineteen mayor Walsh has declared a public health emergency in the city of Boston stay home as much as you can wash your hands often cover your face went out and keep your distance from others the message will be broadcast in seven languages including English Spanish Haitian creole Vietnamese Arabic Somali and Cape Verdean creole the truck will be deployed to the neighborhoods that have covert nineteen rates higher than the rest of Boston including Hyde Park Mattapan Dorchester East Boston Roxbury and
Economy Week Ahead: Jobless Claims, Fed Minutes
"She is not a doctor but she is a financial doctor that would be any Wagner simply money here at six a six week nights with Nathan Bacharach on fifty five KRC our sister station and the question is if you have an tight your belt or haven't cut costs you probably are the only one who hasn't done this in a business as well as a personal sense it's about about pulling it back right now which is the exact opposite of the message we're kind of getting from the government or from the I guess the financial people is that Hey we want to give you stimulus not to pay bills often not this pad your bank account but to go out and actually stimulate the economy so right away me those two things are at odds with one another I think they are in and that's the thing right sometimes what you're given and if it what you do with it two different things because the government does they want the garden center right now they want to keep the economy rolling again but from an individual standpoint for most Americans were not at a place where that makes the most sense right now so you can't look at it with what's the attention here you look at it okay what's best for my family right now you know we just passed April first last week for many that your mortgage with you know your rent would you build for deal and it was probably also the first time you get a paycheck coming in at eight thirty so that at this point more than half of Americans say because of this coronavirus you have cut back on your spending intentionally right now because either you don't have the job anymore you don't have the paycheck you've been furloughed or you think it could be coming and I think there's probably very few people out there who can be really confident that on the other end of this their financial situation is going to be as good as it was going into this at least you know not the first few months after we come out of that so I think the fact that the Americans are pulling back which is a good sign right that we get it we get the gravity of the situation you know with all these checks are supposed to go out well I think checks the money supposed to go out to leave the latest that we have seen beginning April nineteenth so this week right Thursday from the fourteenth but here's the thing it will be directly deposited into your account yes you have provided that information to the IRS when you have filed your taxes so it's going to be direct deposit if you got a refund the yes and the government yeah absolutely and the government has access to that information already here's the problem for someone who has like I have a friend who owns a little bit every year she does that cancellation thank account information that's the thing to get the actual physical check could take as long as five months wow yeah I mean that's the physical check because it takes your everything shut down so it was not yeah yeah if you're able to really look back and say if I if I file taxes do they have that information on me and if they don't understand if you were counting on that money if your account to pay your bill this month to pay your rent does not care mortgage whatever it is even be much longer before you know that that white horse come galloping into your bank account well you've got to cut costs in the main that's what's happening right now you're looking at you're probably spending less to because you're stuck inside you know go to the grocery store obviously is a lot cheaper than going out to eat or even going to carry out you know because you're going to get it Indian people are there is nothing on the store shelf that told me people are not only buying food but they're they're cooking food combine this with the fact that some six point six million Americans have now filed for unemployment last week which numbers we haven't seen in a generation I mean well I'm from just a few hundred a week or a thousand a week to six point six million and that's our main number is well today we will six point six million in the week the closest this was during the Great Recession and during the Great Depression a weekly jobless claims were about six hundred and fifty six hundred and seventy five thousand dollars during the time that was the historical Hyde Park right going into the S. eight now where it can hide that point six billion in one week and it's only getting worse if you know people and I know people too I think it's one thing to talk about the numbers six point six billion but I think they well you know I know people who've been settled I know people who've lost their jobs I know people who do not know how they're going to pay their bills she said it either it is scary yes cutting back at this point the only thing that makes sense I think you do make a great point out here even if you tried probably that bloody on the level that you were before you know you're not going on vacation I think that you don't have a hell of a commute getting to and from work every day you know thirty minutes when I usually thought my gas tank about twice a week I guess thinking about three weeks now well you know I mean I I do TV for fox nineteen I do it here at my house you know we do your show that's your mind also I don't go anywhere really except maybe to Kroger once a week you know in in that for a lot of people is the phone number you mentioned if you go get Kerry out what did you do before you went down down maybe you had a beer or a glass yeah maybe you had an appetizer all of those things it really would be hard pressed to stand at the level that you were before and I think that's a good thing personal standpoint south of an economic standpoint making the economy up and running again you've asked a great question the possibility which is that I think this is gonna be different for every person coming out of the office spending look like when we come out of this what is that look like for you what does this have to do with what the GDP forecasts are in it right now here's the other one to Amy is that we just heard yesterday that file to the president said that the next two weeks are going to be our Pearl Harbor eight and when the present United States who's been in some cases overly optimistic about things right to be criticized for being too optimistic about this says it's like a pearl this can be like a Pearl Harbor it is going to be it two weeks like we have never seen before what does that tell you then about the economic realities of not only these two weeks but the subsequent two months I think it's gonna get worse for me look at today the market's opening up markets are up today because there were some good sign in Europe you know Germany number that allows the numbers are getting better at that side of hope somewhere I'll try to you know ability to our market right now saying okay maybe there's hope out there but the reality is you're here in the United States however we have not yet seen the worst of it you know it and I think that you don't have a crystal ball here I cannot say you know how much worse the market's going to get really get worse what day will be the bottom it'll come back up with no idea but I think it's probably safe to say we haven't seen the worst of this we're going to continue to have days that we're going to continue have down there as this plays out because I don't think we probably have seen the worst of it how about a health standpoint in our country yeah from humanitarian perspective and it got worse there the park it will respond to that but I do think if it's worth repeating thirty that coming into this situation we had a strong economy really across the board on all fronts any way that you would expect it anyway that you wanted to look at it it was shot then we have this we can call it a similar package it was incident packed it with what our country regardless of politics at this point people needed tax businesses need cash businesses need a way to keep people on the table is it going to be enough I don't know is what the fed is doing right now right it did not interest rate but the store closed at the same time and putting money into the bond market China right the ship they are all of these things together hopefully are getting everything lined up to where okay when we get to a point in the United States will retail these cases are starting to decline we are starting to see the light here people are starting to go out again and it in turn okay about spending money again at that point we hope everything is that in place where the economy takes back off and I will across the board most economists feel like okay when this is done how we will rebound from this late in for some individual people it may take longer than others it's it's really kind of how you have yourself set up coming in today she can lead to the point that we make still on a radio show pretty often the fact that like we had a really good stretch there where it's not like you could do no wrong she felt like every time you open your four oh one K. it would look good were brilliant you know you were making smart decisions her name we did during this time when that when there is the calm before the storm think about what it feels like in the storm what a Johnson CD tray to prepare for the storm right to you are you interested in what does that look like you have urgency five do you have a all of these things in place for a day like today well it doesn't help yeah and if you if you don't A. B. Wagner from simply money it's that you're not gonna do it today this is why I have the plan going into it so if you're in the state right now what can you do right now if you were to by cutting costs we're not cutting costs will personally to look at what where the money is going and where it is essential hi I'm calling and it also communication is key here because if you're looking at it if you're saying it doesn't matter even if I cut down to the bare bones budget here there's still a lot of money coming in to cover what have to go out did you have to prioritize what bills cannot cover what bill can I not and you have to communicate with whoever that is she didn't do better G. is that your landlord you know what isn't the water bill whatever reading if the call those places and ask you understand that there's two sides to this queue you know in a lot of states right now you're not going to be affected I think there's at least thirty four states have enacted rules right now saying listen if you're a renter you can't pay your rent right now you have so much time if you can't pay your mortgage right now you have so much time but on the other side is that person who owns ten unit who count on that income rate in into the give and take about parts on the other side deserves to be in the loop what can you reasonably be able to do can can they come back and still get something that this is a conversation that has to go on and for those of you who I think everyone in this place I'm gonna put my head in the sand and dumping it back down until this is over and I don't deal with it you're going to be a far worse situation at that point you have to be communicating right now gotcha you can cut those things down so warn about cutting your costs on yeah I mean we're not now suffer what about gonna even like subscriptions and things like that right and you know now well but you know what you gotta do something while you're inside you're gonna get ready your Netflix account now well I don't think you have to get rid of Netflix but I guarantee if you look back at your credit card bill over the past few months our subscription ball there but you're really not using even during normal times researchers such as if I asked you study how much you spend on this computer probably about eighty Bucks a month and then we look at your credit card bill and if we go through with a fine tooth comb and the
Chicago: Neighbor’s Stove Left On Appears To Be The Cause Of Death For A Hyde Park Man
"At a man has been found dead inside an apartment in Hyde Park firefighters were called to the building on fifty third street near cottage Grove for a carbon monoxide leak they found a stove on in one unit yet another unit across the hall they found the man dead his cause of death is under investigation but it's believed he died from carbon monoxide poisoning no one else
Podchaser lands seed funding of $1.65 million
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"hyde park" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Go to Frank in Hyde Park how are you your doctor party how did the shower yesterday and washing washing my right or when my left leg gave out unfortunately I was holding on to the bar on my left hand and I came within about an inch of hitting the ground with my lady well had total loss of any power or what not you might like now I've had in stages like this in my right leg off and on for several months now you're very slight where I got the second then hand it will get better and I will never go away down just a sensation of maybe starting but I've had the of the like the band on and I was okay do you have any history of back problems lower back problems are yeah I've had cervical circle if you didn't and I tell you anything from your brain down to your leg you know it's the nerve pathway that controls the muscles and their ability to maintain tone and functions so issues happening in your lower back neck or your brain cut to close your leg to buckle so we would want to do and flow test for your put your hands on a plate and we read the nerve flow throughout your body you may want to have an MRI of the brain done I am arrived the lower back nerve conduction test so we need to see what's interrupting that good strong nerve flow that keeps your muscles in the front of your leg of the muscles in the back of your leg you know keep the tone even so that you're able to stand I say oh god all right I'll look into that here try to get copies of all those things so I can get a handle as to what's causing it that would make sense we'd love to help you out very good thank you very much thank you for the call okay phone lines are open if you'd like to call and.
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"From virtue restaurant in Hyde Park we were just talking off the air chef Eric about the gizzards that you serve at your restaurant in and as I was telling you earlier I've you know I've been eating gives us for years but I'm sure there's got to be you know when somebody's driving in from Highland Park and they get to your restaurant they've got to look at that menu and old gizzards water gizzards what somebody is having gizzards for the first time we're dirty rice for the first time what is what's their reaction they are blown away first of all it it's such a rich balance of flavors the the guess is a light and the rice we make sure that that it feels well let me start this correctly sure guy so first what we use Carolina gold rice which has flavor uncle Ben's rice as the flip it tastes like nothing but whatever you put in it most times as butter salt pepper okay SO Carolina gold rice which is an original strand of rice brought here through up to the trade directly from Africa is is not here it has texture it's true here and so once we have that the the the amount of liver that we add to it it doesn't come across as a wheel bearing but it comes across very balance the so you get this this crunch and this crispy desert and then this velvety rice and then a little bit of chicken reduction which we just simply call gravy and that's the the chicken livers that's the dirty in the dirty rice yes and people are and people are blown away get out a little apprehensive at first we're we're selling more chicken gives is that we thought we first and foremost and and it's amazing to me how many like food writers if they're not writing about it literally call me to say like that I never thought I would eat the checking is based on his reputation and it's one of my favorite things in restaurants so I didn't open a restaurant did to you know just talk about checking is we've got a full menu right but it seems to be the thing that people find the most striking you know what are our macaroni and cheese is delicious I mean we serve some of the best greens in the city hands down we service a delicious of one pound pork chop that we roast and the focus has a lot to do with me gently combating the fallacies around African American food and diabetes and high hypertension and it all being heavy and rich and so back to the context of of us cooking food for the country which means every settler everyone who came to this country brought their wares they brought their techniques they brought up the best of ingredients bases from from their countries and we were able to cook those things and translate them into meals right the people can sustain themselves over and have a high level of familiarity with over a period of time and so I you know I had this crazy idea you know what why is it that the only time you see him in African American home is is on holidays a and an openness is lunch meat and also around the fact that most times that ham has been soaked and cooked when when we pursued I'll get I'll freely as Italian ham but Kentucky ham slice just as well as in the Italian personal and so we wanted to have space for slice Kentucky ham we want to bring back the idea that head cheese is a thing of my mom used to love it Jeez all mom of these stores of energy he's yeah he's alright also wanted she's is real quick had she uses the meat from from those days no not at all no yeah it is that if it's once you you take the entire hall is that he and and you bought it and and all of the meat falls from the bone but also the gelatin falls from the bone and then you you repress that meet back into what would be considered a terrain or or Pat Hey Patty being the what version and in it and it eats incredibly well I mean like it's the best eating of pork and it is a technique that seem all throughout France right but in soul food or or southern cooking all of a sudden it's kinda look that is like this heavy overly rich fatty thing and so why are there all these like negative connotations around food right as it relates to of the African American cook at the African American chef itself so we want to highlight this in a way that feels really good to people really natural when all we're doing is is creating a a a a rich display of technique in an ingredient bases that many people are familiar with they're just not familiar with that in the context of southern cooking well when I go there I'm going to have to because my mom just eat it that had she's when I was a kid and I was like I can't do it I can't do it I can't do it so but I'm gonna I'm gonna have to try your head cheese on a year you're going to be so surprised okay I I I I will go into it with an open mind I promise you I will Eric Williams is our guest here is from virtue restaurant in in Hyde Park are there a lot of African American head shops in the city of Chicago I talked to quite a few of them that are in the city I I've probably talked to most of them and the ones that I'm not in contact with it I generally try to reach out to I want to say that there's probably about ten it yeah and hardly anybody can name more than five it's really tough to name more than five in the city is it because it's difficult for them to get head chef positions or is it because it's just not a profession that African Americans are going into well we've got a couple things and this will take a little while I'm on impact but I'll I'll give a short version every American for a long time have replace the worst service with servitude because of the conditions of that we worked under for so many years now we're in a position to to provide a great service right cooking for someone as a service and so while we at this this the stigma around cooking you had great chefs coming out of Frances and out of Italy and and other places that celebrated the idea of cooking and so even in my own up bringing the food that I learned how to cook was was was French food it wasn't it wasn't southern food it was southern food at home but it was not southern food and ale restaurant reminder right right and so so there's been this stigma around it up and to the point where we start to see sep shifts celebrated and shouts one television and now you know it's it's the new cool thing but we've had years and years and years of parents kinda looking down on the children when they say if they want to become self so they want to work in hospitality committee and that could be anywhere from from being a chef all the way to a working in hotels behind the scenes whether it was housekeeping or the concierge so and also it's really hard words hi I was just gonna say it's hard work I I I I know a lot of shops my my what my best friends from high school ended up becoming a chef and he just moved back into town in the last couple of years from San Diego and that kid runs I mean we're the same age as a kid but he runs around like a chicken with its head cut off yeah I mean we're all hours of the day we think we work weird hours and radio I mean if he's working all hours of the day it's you're on your feet it's hot it's it's not it's not as glamorous as it as it appears to be is it is not but the same could be said about sports right sure like there's so much conditioning that goes into what we see as a finished product with elite athletes right like the worst guy in the NBA is better than most guys we've ever seen pusher right exactly animals sports in general they're just playing with guys that are sold during that it looks like they're very mediocre and so there is a lot of work that goes in behind the scenes but there I haven't found a richer reward then then then being and total control of someone's experience as it relates to something that they need right if you think about it food or are we have to eat right so you show up at a place for your celebration you show up there if you just very famished and half cocked you show up there if you're trying to bridge the gap between some long lost family member like you could think of just about every occasion that is fitting to have a meal around even even to the point of settling dispute right it all happens at a dinner table and a shove has the opportunity to take something that either once once was tough to we are ugly or or or I have over looked and turn that translate that ingredient into something that is soothing something that will create the stalls of memory something that could be viewed as art right and you and just that a for nourishment but also to you know to become a part of this experience this taking place and so I don't know that many are forms of that many crass where you get to both appreciate what what what D. some arm pieces the person is sharing but you also get to ingest it you were talking a little bit earlier about how there are only about ten African American head shops in the city of Chicago and how that how African Americans were discouraged from getting into getting into that profession you're going to be doing something in the community with with the with kids yeah I'm really excited about this this activation I have coming up I'm I'm gonna work with time out market I DO activations throughout the year and then the partner that I'll be using is embark and embark goes in the schools and helps high school level kids gain access to exposure and so what they do is they expose them to Jeff different careers space throughout the city and what they found is that through this engagement these kids are learning they're becoming more engaged in their course work they are finding hope and and and the graduation rate and the that the path to college has soared sort I mean they're about ninety eight percent graduation rate and in areas where there was a very very high drop out rate so what we want to do is have African American kids and kids of color be exposed to cooking in a very real contacts in a space that media might not have had the opportunity to I'll venture into outside of a little bit of direction or guidance SO.
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"City's Hyde Park neighborhood in Boston police are scratching their heads this morning WBZ's Chris fama has ventured on over along the Roslindale line and joins us now what is the deal here Chris okay once you have it is a growing problem over here in Hyde Park you mentioned not far from the Rossendale line also not too far from west Roxbury in an area which is generally we've got regarded to be quite quiet in the town of Hyde Park a low but also in Boston we've got dozens of cars over here specifically on the par street where I am right now that have been targeted residents waking up to find one if not more cars a tire is rather on their cars flash to compete completely useless was frozen down and cost them hundreds of dollars and it's been so ubiquitous when I ask the residents earlier today if they know anyone who had their tires slashed the answer was no yeah ninety percent of the people in the street everyone on the street our neighbors my brother does it make you feel victimized yes Boston police first received a report of the flashing in the area on Friday they said that they have opened up an investigation into vandalism but as of right now no major leads to some frustrated and in some cases angry residents here who had their days and their night run off by this problem live in Hyde Park responded WBZ Boston news radio Marti Chris thank you seven oh aids now let's take a look at Wall Street which has been all over the map recently today is no exception Andrew day is watching the markets and business news now from Bloomberg he joins us good morning Andrew only Jeff if we had the opening bell right now we might be okay lease for a couple of minutes S. B. futures up for nasdaq futures up twenty but as you said we've been up down flat mixed pretty much everywhere wall street's gonna have housing to think about today we're getting home price readings from the federal housing finance agency and S. and P. case Shiller were also getting the latest look at consumer confidence from the conference board do for more than the usual amount of attention it garners as the market grows increasingly concerned about Americans willingness to spend well she's taking a stand we'll give her that the super fan of the Netflix science fiction mystery series the O. A. is on a hunger strike to protest its cancellation thirty five year old imperial young miss camp out in front of Netflix headquarters in Hollywood and hasn't eaten since August sixteenth says will go as long as he has two citing Gandhi whose longest fast he says was twenty one days other away fans are vowing to cancel their Netflix subscriptions in protest enjoy day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio dentro coming up your member John Travolta he struggled with the Dino men's health name please welcome the talented at the other that does he well he's at it again another presenter mishap by Travolta we'll tell you about that.
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"Who shot in Hyde Park overnight by Los Angeles county sheriff's deputy has died the man was armed with a handgun in the passenger seat of an S. U. V. tried to wandering the traffic stop the deputy told the suspect to stop shows hands at which time the suspect did not comply the suspect ultimately retrieved a hand gun and fired at least one round that we know about that happening meanwhile the driver of the SUV drove off during the shooting a search for that person is now under way taking steps to try to get people to stop writing those scooters on sidewalks in LA tell you about a live report coming up right after traffic it is eight oh five here Thursday morning driving to work traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five to Jennifer York I call it the traffic investigate to wars so I was talking in my last of what I'd seen the red light on Kalanga sure enough Scotty this guy wants overhead would you find okay there's a clash and that first of all the location of this is basically calling the Boulevard west at highland to basically where the highlight the offramp kind of purchase with Kuwait get there before you get to the Hollywood Bowl I wrecked basically at the battle of the road there so it's affecting the southbound pilot offramp as well as going up all of our West if you had it to Hollywood if you're on the baseline of the freeway you might just want to go ahead and go down to a finer hours after that might save you survive as far as the one seventy goes it's heavy right around Oxnard down through the going to pass it looks like it looks up again around such a Boulevard in the one what's up out toward the four level interchange check out a wide ten jacket with that's been really packed in here northbound as you head towards downtown coming away from a just about Manchester all the way towards the ten looks like it's gonna be under a ten miles an hour north bound for modern specially towards U. S. C. that is gonna be the way to go a south bound is a little bit worse than usual as well coming out of the Highland Park area from Avenue forty three out to just about the ten and let's see I get the ten up part of it here for right if your westbound on that tenet is Esther sloth rose we graded say Gabriel full of are we going to stall the left lane of the main portion of basically the backup started Vincent the west Covina from that point it remains tough got a call saying all this evidence out of the parking lot this is on the southbound side to east LA he was heading down towards the five yeah I see the slowing I have nothing reported they also saw some see a three units with lights flashing another reported yet southbound seven ten no top from the ten down to the five and the north sounds of it and this is a typical pattern here that's it's heavy from the sixty trying to get up onto the ten freeway are.
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"And it's magical speaking of the arts and the singers and even the politicians Ed Kelly who was a bear of of mayor. I didn't like him at all. But there was charm to I think he had we Wight hair all all of his life. A very good looking for and he was followed by Canadian. He was followed by daily. But it's now nineteen fifty five. It's the summer of nineteen fifty five and young men named till go south to visit with his family there from Mississippi and he's fourteen years old. And he's told by his mom who sees saying sim off at the station to obey certain rules in Mississippi never talked to white, man. Never look at a white woman. Several days later, she gets a phone call. What's happened? Her son is disappeared allegedly. Tomas outsiders in longdale raised in Chicago in Chicago had in the south reputation for being for African Americans in so until goes down there. And like I said like you said is warned by his mother he goes into a store and allegedly whistles at the owner's wife, and there's no whether it's true or not whether it's kind of displaying, his street bravado, or whatever his body is found a few days later tied to a fan floating in the they get a phone call and Chicago right told that he's disappeared. They believe he's dead. They find a river. But the important thing here is how this transformed Chicago. They bring the body home and his mother and sisters on an open coffee. Exactly what the state of Mississippi was insisting that the body be buried immediately not looked at. So maybe till said, no, we have to see and she allowed photographers from jet magazine to take. Autograph in their published nationally of what the body looked like there's a photograph in your book. It's horrible. They've done is they beat the child till he didn't look human as Mamie herself compares them to the creatures from outer Spicer's. Now this happened before there had been lynchings. They told they told 'em about this and there'd been lynchings I've been national crises before, but never anything like this because they're a couple of magazines jet and ebony are they both ACOG. Oh, they are. Today's use the photographs, and they publish them. And all of a sudden what had been a regards? Chicago problem becomes a national political crisis certainly race throughout America is going on lynchings going on throughout America during this whole period. Emmett is certainly not the the most famous by the nineteen fifties lynchings had I think the violence had become a much more broad based kind of thing that we see with the housing issues. Lynching in itself had really the efforts of Walter white the NWC p really brought lynching to shamed. Lynching two point where it was not tenable so Till's lynching stood out after Brown v. Just there's a sense that we've already crossed this in here. It's still happening and happening in the most vicious horrible way to child and so. And it wasn't just jet in in. And ebony was the crisis. It was the defender. It was in life magazine, it became abroad thing what it did for the African American community in the United States was because Mamie till was a secretary for the air force who made a very comfortable amount of money. The tills lived in Chicago, but new relatives and kept in touch with people from the south. They were kind of place of communion for the black community, which in the postwar years was wrestling over which direction it would go. And what till did was kind of catalyze that bring everyone together in the black community and say, this is what this is what the south. This is what much of white America still thinks of you, Rosa Parks months later, December of that same year refuses to get out of her seat on the Montgomery bus. And she tells me later on that all that time. She was thinking about Emmett till the neighborhoods of Chicago. It's necessary to understand their laid out along the lake shore. But there's one neighborhood. Bronze hill we've talked about them and Cicero outside of the city and Englewood, but now another neighborhood, and I wanna talk about that specifically high par because we can connect to it here in the twenty first century. We now have a president who comes from Hyde Park Senator from high park and also because it's the university of Chicago, and you focus in your book about how the university of Chicago through a bad patch undermining Hutchinson Adler, but then it revives itself and the neighborhood is identified entirely with the university after before till an after tale is high park special are all the rules different in Hyde Park before. And after park always was a different village. It was actually originally a suburb. It was like a vacation area for Chicago that the city then took over after in the late eighteen nineties when during the eighteen nineties is part of the fair when because the world Columbia exhibition was held in Hyde Park at the same time that Rockefeller. Was building the university of Chicago. So it was always a world unto itself, and these great professors would come in and it was protected from the city in fundamental ways. So it developed its own sense of itself in a certain way and intellectually but also racially and so during the period of of Hutchinson, Adler Hutchins, who comes the very young man in twenty nine and shake some new thought into their stories. Elitist. Yes. Exactly in many ways, many of the things that he's he lets professors like that don't forgive his words were better than his actually I think is idea of what a liberal arts education could be was a wonderful important. The book series comes out, which is also a certain amount of flunky because the books were literally just presented printed. The thing. We don't keep our really sense with that even though people make fun of the great books, and I certainly do to some degree in the book as well was the was the availability of these books and part of what that program was about was in this era when now we can push button, you click on a mouse, and you get all of them at once these were hard to get even his books. And so when they start to come out in publishing one said, it wasn't exciting way of these books becoming available to people in their homes and especially during World War Two. When there weren't a lot of things to buy. You couldn't buy a bicycle washing machine. New shoes new coat there were not a lot of things to spend your money on. So this is one of the things. That they bought people were very very popular. I wanna connect Hyde Park to the rest of the story Kogyo because there's a wonderful moment in and this is after till after the transformation, I think it's fifty eight where Mike Nichols. Who is there with Elaine may makes a remark in Hyde Park. Here. We are we finally achieved what we wanted in Chicago. It's black and white shoulder to shoulder against the lower classes. It's a it's a witty remark, but it has an effort to it. And I want to I want to ask you to interpret it right park itself as the command center. No, there's a very specific reference for that. So I think I would not expand it beyond into some secret conspiracy theory on that in this period. The there's a specific urban renewal program involving Hyde Park, which is feeling the university in that neighborhood is feeling beset upon by the encroaching black neighbors in different different directions. So as opposed to the kind of herb. Urban renewal that they tried around IT in the near near north near south side. I'm sorry with Michael Reese hospital, which didn't go. So well, big towers were built in neighborhoods were destroyed they level and their care what what the racial created. Well, they created lake meadows which was extensively supposed to be a middle middle class black apartment building. But really ended up just fracturing. I think the soul of that neighborhood and creating to Biggio series of big tower. So the Hyde Park Auburn renewal that was put through by the university largely was something that was largely done to keep out the lower class African American neighbors removing in there with a certain degree of integration built into the whole thing. So the the archdiocese fought against it. There were a lot of forces within the city that didn't wanna see it happen. But Hyde Park in versus Chicago will put it through and for better at were, you know, or worse. The neighborhood was an eye making air quotes you. You can't see preserved, you know, for comfortable intellectuals, which is what it is with Kenwood. Right. Can we to right next to lake meadows is right next to that to the north? So that remains meadows at least two few miles north the Upper West side of New York talks about the Columbia University in the Parthenon around at all the school. Does Chicago think of Hyde Park that way is a similar there? I went to Columbia. So I can see there's a certain I think Columbia is sewn into the neighborhood and into the city better though, I am not convinced. They're you know, they're necessarily the best neighbor. And I see that as an alumni there. There's been a long traditional not the first person to say that there's a long tradition of conflict between the both universities in the cities around the transformation under dictator takes place in the nineteen sixties. We're going to turn back to.
"hyde park" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"hyde park" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist
"The. I'm talking, you'll listen to tool stories on monocle twenty four brought to you by the team behind the NIST, the show or about cities. We live in this week in London have a fresh idea to float by. Cities should know how to be playful, let the head down and be fun. Of course, we won't sit is a sharp efficient when it comes to attracting business or perhaps grand steer and housing the ministries of state. But the have to be times to the city shows it can let loose. London's Hyde Park is currently home to a prime example of joyfulness. And it comes from the studio of a man with a long track record of helping cities show of their creativity, desire to experiment Christo. Vladimir of JABA is now eighty three and along with his late wife. JEAN CLAUDE has enjoyed an extraordinary career as an artist, but also as a man could make us look urban world afresh. Empty Niners Krista he and his wife famous for rapping wrapping with the w in nineteen sixty nine. They wrapped a two point, five kilometer, long chunk, Californian coast and fabric, and then they did the same to the plant Nerf in Paris in nineteen eighty four and the Reichstag nineteen ninety-five. These interventions triumphs people flock to see rather not see the targets of this worldly. Other works have dealt with floating including floating piers on Italy's lake sale. And it's this idea has now been merrily in the serpentine lake in Hyde Park out on the lake is a work cooled. The Mustapa made from thousands of pinky and purply oil drums like Mustapa. An ancient Egyptian tomb has a flat top, an inward tilting sides. It's huge over twenty meters high. But enough of the art lecture because it was really impressive is been jolt. It gives people are going out of their way to see it as a whole Krista show. In the park's serpentine gallery, they stand on the lakes Bank staring in all Instagram. And of course they hire boats and circled the whole. They are drawn in their entertained and the rather happy because apart from the are, they see that this is a city that wants to have some fun to entertain right here in the midst of a rural park. And even the resident ducks intrigue. Maybe even amused if I read that quacking correctly.
"hyde park" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"hyde park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"hyde park" Discussed on 5 live Boxing with Costello
"Shh a amok condoning what said note unless as a while dismissing it but it was missed i missed it you miss their and steven know little east produces on five live mr until it was raised at some point after eleven o'clock at night and i can assure you might noone left that venue guy who can't believe he said that now that a guy that's not an excuse i'm just telling you and i for one more thing that you might for much soapbox just down the road hyde park if two boxes ona stage and they're talking i personally what what's worse so the homophobic comments the racist comments all the i'm gonna put you in hospital you'll need an ambulance comments how you're gonna put one of those three categories in front of the other two how dare you try and put one of those got to his if under the ever to we put up with the ambulance comments every single time there's a big conference in this country and i'd like to see that gone as much a lotta cdabre two categories expunged and there were calls for the fighters to be punished in some way for sponsors to pull out which is completely unrealistic but whatever the merits of the comments on what should happen stave it did seem to me that having covered the previous three press conferences online him an following dana why the presidents have ufc and his video blogs him whatever by friday it seemed like they just run out of material to me i wouldn't say run out of energy because as my son said kono who is in the audience that there was this great energy about conor mcgregor in particular when he came onto the stage which was the ring as i've said earlier in the middle of the arena.