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FBI warns of 'credible' threat to New Jersey synagogues; Jewish officials 'deeply alarmed'
"The FBI is warning of a broad threat to synagogues in New Jersey I'm Lisa dwyer The FBI says it is received credible information that a threat to synagogues in New Jersey the FBI's statement characterizes it as a broad threat There was no mention of a specific synagogue the statement urged all synagogues to take security precautions to protect their community and facility The mayor and Jersey City says police will be posted at the city's 7 synagogues and foot patrols will be added in the broader Jewish community in 2019 to
"jersey city" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It was an end train She said her train paused on the tracks for about two minutes There was an announcement that said that there was a smoke condition in the station ahead and for everybody to sit tight Then the train moved forward came to the platform she said the doors open and it was chaos She said it was packed with people and people didn't seem to be moving And she wasn't sure whether people thought they were sheltering in place There was no overhead announcements no directions from any personnel She said she moved to the stairs as quickly as she could She saw a young man on the stairs his leg was very bloodied And he was being attended by emergency medical workers She came up the stairs and came outside She said to just groups of high school students Jeff gathered and just in shock looking on as there were multiple police cars fire units ambulances et cetera So in terms of the subway system I guess then it didn't stop right away They continued to roll trains in Right now I guess that entire line is shut down Is that the case Yes that line is shut down And we are getting reports that students in schools nearby are being told to stay right where they are and that parents should not come pick them up And so Lisa you spoke to this witness and witness mentioned that one of the passengers was being attended to by an EMT So what it seems like you know the first responder response was pretty darn quick That's exactly what she said because her train came in at 8 35 That's when it arrived at the platform And EMS was already on the scene So she said it was really a remarkable EMS response for them to be there as quickly as they were And the massive force that we have seen gathered there Seems to have dissipated to some extent I mean we had on our screens here at least ten to 15 NYPD FDNY EMT trucks Are they clearing the scene right now Or just reducing their presence I can't really speak to that in particular but I do know I was listening to police radio before And they were communicating headquarters or the precinct was communicating with units all over Brooklyn So it wouldn't be unusual then to take those forces off the scene Where they may believe that things are in control and take a look at other stations schools anything else that they may be concerned about At least you cover New Jersey from Bloomberg's Trenton bureau any sense coming out of New Jersey state government any comments or initiatives or warnings or anything along those lines Jersey City police which is a Jersey City right across the Hudson from Manhattan Jersey City police say that they have stepped up their presence at the path station which is the port authority subway line New Jersey transit isn't saying too much about what they're doing but they said that they are communicating with federal state and local officials on their own initiative to keep train and bus riders safe All right Elise thank you so much for joining us and with your reporting with the witness to this shooting in Brooklyn very illuminating We appreciate that At least young covers New Jersey for Bloomberg news from the Trenton viewer Right now let's go to.
"jersey city" Discussed on WTOP
"In the sweet 16 falling to the defending champion Stanford cardinal 72 66 On the men's side how about Saint Peter's a peacock of 15 seat on a Jersey City upset third seed produced 67 64 Saint Peter's first 15 seed ever in the elite 8 they will meet now North Carolina on Sunday after UNC took out UCLA Kansas was a winner beating Providence 66 61 On the ice Alexander Ovechkin tied the game at three three 41st goal of the season then deciding shootout gold caps beat the sabers four to three in overtime Anthony mantha Nick Jensen goals for the capitals The wizards also winners beat Detroit 197 Chris stapp's porzingis 30 and ten Danny have the off the bench with 21 points ten assists Let's get the win snap a two game skid host Golden State Sunday at 6 o'clock NWSL Washington spirit and Gotham FC played two 8 one one draw Again Marilyn women's hoops season is over losers to Stanford in the sweet 16 A Frank hand Rohan WTO piece sports The top stories were following for you on WTO Russian forces appear to have halted at least for now their ground offensive aimed at capturing the Ukrainian capital Kyiv in our concentrating more on the fighting for control of the Donbass region in the country's southeast bloodshed and Mary pole is fueling allegations that Moscow has committed war crimes by killing civilians North Korea's test of a new intercontinental ballistic missile is prompting the U.S. to press for a stiffer UN sanctions but China and Russia are showing little appetite for tightening restrictions that they have been trying to ease and new questions being raised about the political activities of Ginny Thomas the wife of Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas it follows revelations that she repeatedly urged aides to former president Donald Trump to resist the results of the 2020 presidential election Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes A motorcyclist in D.C. says he was assaulted by participants of the people's convoy the trucker convoy that's been in the area recently The Daily Beast obtained video of the incident which appears to show convoy members slamming the man's head onto the ground The man who only wants to be called Logan tells WTO the incident started after he gave the middle finger to a convoy member He says truckers gathered around him and grabbed the key from his ignition And I basically as soon as he did that I grabbed for him because I wanted my property back And this is my arm was outreached They grabbed me and pulled me off the motorcycle dropping the motorcycle Do you see police are investigating You can see the video at WTO P.
"jersey city" Discussed on WCPT 820
"In several states over 6000 flights have been canceled the nor' Easter is impacting mass transit in the New York City area today Jennifer paulsoni reports The Long Island railroad is suspending service Saturday morning metro north will operate hourly service on all its lines New Jersey transit temporarily suspending all bus river line and access length services to start with the hopes of getting it running later in the day the MTA runs regular subway service and up to 7 inches of snow but often reduces it when it gets between 8 to 12 inches and Amtrak will be canceling much of its service along the northeast corridor on Saturday Jennifer bostonia NBC News radio New York The U.S. defense secretary doesn't believe Russian president Vladimir Putin has made a decision yet on invading Ukraine Lloyd Austin Friday said a Russian invasion of Ukraine would threaten peace and security in Eastern Europe He urged Putin to do the right thing by choosing diplomacy over military conflict Doctor Anthony Fauci says he's cautiously optimistic that the overall COVID trend is starting to come down across the U.S. Matt mattson has more He discussed the latest on the surge and reports of a new variant Currently the vast majority of cases across the nation are BA one or what Fauci calls classic Akron He says the new amaran variant or BA two doesn't appear to be any more severe I'm Matt mattson The FAA is giving you all clear for Verizon and AT&T to activate 5G towers near U.S. airports It comes after major delays and fears of catastrophic disruptions over its rollout The FAA says after being given more.
"jersey city" Discussed on WTOP
"The original I'm Jason for Allen Hands on Wall Street if the Friday day closed the Dow was up 5 65 NASDAQ picked up four 18 the S&P edged up one O 5 Good morning welcome and Saturday morning two 31 on WTF CBS News brief honor nor Easter hitting the northeast a huge storm system expected to dump snow by the bucketful on Boston and nearby areas Nathan white runs a barbershop in east Greenwich Rhode Island And I take the snow's gonna absolutely kill business Our new Pentagon assessment on that crisis along the Ukraine border with a large force of well equipped Russian troops just on the other side defense secretary Lloyd Austin We don't believe that president Putin has made a final decision to use these forces against Ukraine He clearly now has that capability In Pittsburgh nobody died but there were injuries after a morning bridge collapsed Tyrone velvet Perry among them their daughter Aaron Perry spoke with JDK When accident happened they were directed to walk out of the vehicle So my mother with her fractured vertebrate and my father with his fracture vertebra walk themselves out of the vehicle CBS News brief I'm Tom 40 Double D.C. openings time now two 33 There are some signs this morning from Russia that a possible ground invasion of Ukraine will not happen until after the Beijing Winter Olympics if at all We get the latest this morning from double DT of the national security correspondent JJ green There's been widespread speculation for weeks now that a major Russian invasion of Ukraine would not happen during the Olympics which start February 4th Now there's some implied confirmation of that that it would be late February if at any time an invasion would take place Today Russian government spokesman Dmitry peskov told reporters Russian president Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping will meet in Beijing on February 4th the day the Olympics are scheduled to start making it very unlikely anything will happen in Ukraine with Putin away JJ green WTO P news The hell's committee investigating the capitol riot subpoenaing electors in 7 different states this week The committee wants information and testimony from 14 people who it says falsely tried to declare Donald Trump the winner in the 2020 election They are in 7 swing states Arizona Georgia Michigan New Mexico Nevada Pennsylvania and Wisconsin President Biden won in all of those states The committee says they submitted fake slights of Electoral College votes for Trump then alternate electors from those 7 states sent those certificates to Congress where several of Trump's advisers use them to justify delaying or blocking the certification of the election on January 6th of last year the day of the riot Ed Donahue Washington BMI the Virginia military institute's first black superintendent striking back against an alumni criticism of the school's diversity equity and inclusion work Army major general Cedric wins is taking issue with comments made by VMI alum Carmen velani junior who on wrva in Richmond urged the General Assembly to look seriously at a request for $6 million from the school for DEI reforms and programs because he says structural racism doesn't exist at VMI Wins on Facebook claimed vilani didn't understand the request and claims a 6 million pales in comparison to what other colleges are requesting in response also on Facebook for lani says he's since talked to wins and they found some common ground The school's money request comes after a state ordered investigation found a racist and sexist culture exists at VMI Mike Murillo.
"jersey city" Discussed on Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis
"So it kind of gives you some perspective. We're at a third, not on a vehicle basis, but on a ace of inventory basis from where Tesla was last year. Okay. So I think the only couple of other points with this super high delivery amount, we see deliveries up 28% quarter over quarter, 71% year over year, total year up 87%, production numbers, you can see they're pretty similar. A lot of the increase coming from Shanghai, of course, doing about 484,000 vehicles. This year versus Shanghai last year was at a 154,000. So a huge increase obviously from Shanghai, but then a nice little increase from Fremont to even factoring in some shutdown time. Last year. So the point that I want to make here about deliveries is that with these being up 28% quarter over quarter, we're going to see we should see really, really, really, really incredible operating margins for Tesla in Q four. So what I've been talking about for literally years now, the operating leverage that Tesla generating is we're finally starting to see it come through and it's not even fully coming through yet, but I think people the market is finally starting to understand how ridiculous it is. And we're just going to see more of that this quarter. Tesla really didn't I don't think they would have added really any equipment to get this number versus what they had in Q three. So their fixed cost basis is basically going to be the exact same, maybe it changes a little bit. But then you're adding what 70,000 cars here? Let's just do some, I mean, why not? Why not do more live math, right? So we had 306,000 -237,000. So we've got another 16th perfect, 69,000 vehicles. This quarter, not exactly, but and then they'll just say, average selling price on those of 50,000. That's an additional three and a half $1 billion in revenue and it's not going to be exact because the leasing and things like that. But three and a half $1 billion in additional revenue. And let's say there's a 30% gross margin on that. That's going to get you pretty easy. A $1 billion of extra gross margin that, again, because the operating expenses, the fixed costs, portion are going to be pretty similar. We'll go through all that closer to earnings. But a lot of that is just going to fall down to the bottom line. Right away. So it's going to be it's going to be very interesting. And again, this is before we start getting all that software revenue from FSD. So yeah, Tesla is an insane company. The other thing I want to point out here, this is just kind of a fun fact. But in the first two years, Shanghai ended up producing. So I was 484,000. This year. And last year, 150,000, as I said, so about 640,000 in its first two years of production. It took Fremont Tesla Fremont, 7 years to accomplish that amount of production..
"jersey city" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Radio Now a global news update The White House says President Biden and Russian president Vladimir Putin talked about Russia's tension with Ukraine The two leaders spoke on the phone on Thursday and Biden made it clear the U.S. and our allies will respond decisively if Russia further invades Ukraine Colorado governor Jared polis declared a state of emergency as fast moving grass fires sweep through boulder county More than 13,000 people were ordered to evacuate from the cities of Louisville and superior after powerful winds knocked down power lines this afternoon sparking several fires More than 500 homes were destroyed in superior alone Boulder county sheriff Joe Pelé We know that approximately 370 homes in the San more sub subdivision which is just west of superior I've been lost There's a potential of 210 homes lost in old town superior The secretary of education says students should get back to the classroom after winter break despite the skyrocketing COVID-19 surge due to the acron variant Miguel cardona told Good Morning America if schools are fully staffed to provide a safe home environment they should be allowing students in the classroom full time The CDC is advising against cruise ship travel This is regardless of an individual's vaccination status that comes just hours after royal Caribbean said fewer than 1% of guests have tested positive while cruising with them Gas prices are dipping right now and some experts predict it will stay low as we inch into next year Texas energy industry economists but Weinstein says the spike in COVID is keeping demand down and more oil is coming on the market President Biden has released 50 million barrels of oil from the strategic petroleum reserve Weinstein added that the Biden administration is waking up to the fact that we need fossil fuels I'm Bryan shook Weekly jobless claims remain at the lowest level in more than half a century Rory O'Neill reports during Christmas week 198,000 Americans made initial filings for unemployment benefits That figure beats Dow Jones estimates and is the lowest in 52 years The Labor Department says continuing unemployment claims were down to 1.7 billion That's the lowest since the start of the pandemic Nationally the unemployment rate stands at 4.2% I'm Rory O'Neill A paraplegic man who was dragged out of his car by Dayton Ohio police during a traffic stop is suing the city Lawyers for Clifford Owen's speech say officers Wayne hammock and Vincent Carter violated their client's rights by using excessive force and unlawfully detaining and arresting him A spokesperson for the Dayton police union insists the officers acted appropriately New Jersey hospitals are pulling the plug on visitors due to soaring COVID rates Kessler reports With COVID related hospitalizations topping 3300 Wednesday in New Jersey the most in a year code red rules are now in effect the New Jersey hospital association telling its 72 acute care hospitals no visitors allowed just limited exceptions including for a woman giving birth and a patient whose terminal You might be able to visit a child in the hospital or a patient whose cognitively impaired but that's up to each facility British scientists say over 550 new species were discovered in 2021 The species both living and extinct were identified this year at the Natural History Museum in London which holds about 80 million specimens in its collections The discoveries include 52 wasps 6 dinosaurs 5 plants and hundreds of crustaceans The new dinosaur discoveries include a 30 foot tall carnivorous predator with a crocodile like skull I'm Brian chuck And I'm Doug Chris Bloomberg world headquarters in New York Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets China's manufacturing sector continued to expand in December the official manufacturing PMI rose to a reading of 50.3 beating the median estimate of 50 meantime the non manufacturing PMI increased to a reading of 52.7 That was also above forecast Consumer facing tech stocks are rallying this hour in Hong Kong This is after Chinese firms listed here in the U.S. rebounded following a 5 day slump in the U.S. session the NASDAQ golden dragon China index was up more than 9% Right now in Hong Kong as an example Alibaba shares are up by more than 8% that's helping to lead the hang sang to a gain of something greater than 1.7% JPMorgan is offering remote work flexibility for the first few weeks in January and at the same time Citigroup is asking staff to work from home for the first few weeks in the new year Against that backdrop there is more evidence showing the omicron variant may be less dangerous particularly in vaccinated people even so the CDC is saying that cruise ships should be avoided even if passengers are vaccinated due to the risk of COVID-19 in the U.S. session we had shares in carnival and royal Caribbean cruises both dropping carnival down 1.2% royal Caribbean shares were off more than 1.1% And shares in Tesla fell 1.4% in the U.S. session onward the company is recalling nearly 500,000 model three cars in the U.S. as a result of a safety issue with a cable harness for the rearview camera We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg a number of markets in Asia already on holiday in Hong Kong hang seng up 1.7% on the mainland Shanghai composite hire by a half of 1% the ASX 200 down 7 tenths of 1% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg lung Some complicated international law issues here What kind of docket is chief justice Roberts facing Interviews with prominent.
"jersey city" Discussed on KOMO
"It was called the path but the subway that would take us from Jersey City. Um, would stop at the World Trade Center. That is where I got out for my job, which was very close to the New York Stock Exchange. And one of the things I just think about is that How crowded it was every day in that building. Yes, thousands and thousands of people. It's really hard to grasp it here in Seattle is maybe, like, you know, going to a Seahawks game or something like that so many people, but it's every day people crowding in and going there. And I know this is kind of corny, but I just remember, uh When I first moved there, I wasn't really aware of the etiquette where you should stand in line. Or, as they say, in New York City, you're standing on line to get on the escalators. And I remember, uh, one of those times I was one of the very first time says they're huge crowd. And I'm a guy Yanks on my backpack and carrying say and saying, Hey, get in line and I didn't realize state you know, Trance crest upon him so So badly, but I did in the reason I bring that up is I hope that I made it. You know, I hear here we are. We're just thousands of people. I don't know if you work there or not, but I think about that The people of New York Those faces I saw every day. I know you think about the stations using tanning and You know, Brian, your experiences a going to New York. It is just something. Uh, I think about I think about often. It's not something. Um, I've been thinking about As often as I used to, but it's certainly there and it was just so powerful today when looking at at those steel beams as mangled steel.
"jersey city" Discussed on The Moth
"Let that sit there for a minute. No and then there was silenced and then she said well. I have some things in the suitcase for you. I'm hoping touch it. Turns out the legion of. Mary went all over sun city and bought every dust mask. They could find which was really sweet because we had none all of the people who are working downtown where out and and we appreciate it that and she said and i've got something else for you so we got back to jersey city to my little skinny twelve foot wide house and we went upstairs to the guestroom and she unzipped this bag. And inside it was the flag from my father's coffin. I think i mentioned use a b seventeen pilot in world war. Two in those coffin. Flags are big and my house is small and she said. Do you mind if we hang on the house. I know you're not patriotic. But i would love it so we opened the two windows and we. We dropped it down the front of the house and it basically covered the whole house and so if anybody doubted my patriotism they doubted it. No longer and the rest of the week went really well. We had like one little fight and we worked it out and we stayed away from religion and we stayed away from politics and we stayed on culture. We went to things together and we loved each other and we enjoyed each other and we had those five minute phone calls for the next years of her life. And i miss every one of them and i have tickets to the opera for next saturday. That was nancy. Mo- retired from the elevator business and now works for illuminate food which brings produce people's homes directly from local farmers. We followed up with nancy to hear how she feels about this story today. Here's nancy when. I did this moth. Recording the bill house in.
"jersey city" Discussed on 710 WOR
"All you do Happy Labor Day from the voice of New York 7 10, w, O R and I heart radio stations. It's 71 in cloudy at three o'clock. Good morning, I'm Steve Greenfield and first responders in Queens rescued a man who fell into a storm drain and was trapped for hours in the morning on Sunday, Lisa Safari with the story, officials say the 47 year old man was climbing a ladder leading into the water shaft. Wooded area near the Whitestone Bridge and Queen's Sunday morning when he slipped and plunged nearly 30 ft. Down. He was stuck at the bottom with a broken ankle and a running stream. The victim called his brother, who couldn't find the hidden shaft. Firefighters then came and cut down trees to get to the whole, while a police officer climbed down to stay with the victim. A firefighter then went in with the harness and used a ladder tower to hoist him to safety. Lisa Salvati, w O R New man has been charged for allegedly hitting a woman in the head of the Union Square subway. Station, causing her to fall right down onto the tracks. Police quickly arrested the 41 year old named Vladimir Pierre following the incident, which happened at about 10 o'clock Sunday morning. 59 year old Shing's Oh I was hearing impaired and has a nod in the back of her head as a result of the attack, but she is alright. Pierre is described as homeless and is also accused of Sacher punching another woman at a different subway station earlier last week. Boil. Water advisories been lifted for Hoboken and Jersey City Garden. State officials are advising residents run your tap water for 3 to 5 minutes before using it. You should also empty and clean automatic ice makers and water chillers and drain and refill hot water heaters while running water softener or cartridge filters through a regeneration cycle, all for your safety. Governor Hogle signing a major disaster declaration after surveying the damage caused by Ida next. It heads to President Biden's desk, just as he said to tour some of the hardest hit parts of New York City and New Jersey on Tuesday. Preliminary assessments reveal Ida will cost at least $50 million, and that number is even projected to change. Four people dead after an alleged Florida gunman said God sent him to talk. Pope County Sheriff Grady Judd reporting the suspect returned to a Lakeland home and opened fire. After telling a woman he was sent to speak with one of her daughters. Judd says the shooter gave up after being wounded and has since been arrested. An 11 year old was found with multiple gunshot wounds inside the home and is receiving medical care. Fortunately, the child is expected to recover. Of the dozens of environmental hazards reported in the Gulf of Mexico in the week Post Hurricane IDA officials have found the origin of an underwater oil spill. The apparent source identified of an oil spill in the Gulf just off the Louisiana coastline. Talos Energy, saying in a statement that a one FT Diameter pipeline displaced from a trench on the ocean floor broke open during Hurricane Ida. Crews are working to contain and recover the oil, which spilled about two miles south of port flush in Louisiana and CBC's Derek Dennis reporting Dr Anthony Vouch, E says the plane is still to roll out the Covid 19 booster by the September 20th deadline, So it looks good. I mean, I think it's going to be at the most Couple of weeks. A few week delay, if any, Speaking on CBS's face the nation, the White House chief medical advisor said research is being done to see if a person who received the Moderna vaccine can get the fighter booster shot due to availability issues, he added. The plan right now is to give people the same brand of vaccine when it's time for their booster. The U. N promising to keep providing humanitarian assistance for Afghan people. That's what W n official Martin Griffiths said following his meeting with Taliban officials in Kabul yesterday. He reaffirms the US commitment to deliver assistance and protect millions in need to the war torn country and ended, he quote emphasized the critical role of women.
"jersey city" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Mold comes as a result of it. The work that needs to be done to remediate that is significant. So The reality is that we really do need to help on the federal level. And while I've been following it work its way through the conversations between the Senate and the House and the executive branch. I think we're going to get more engaged in advocacy because we really need those dollars sooner rather than later. I mean, you've been mayor since 2013 and I know that climate change has been an issue on your radar for some time, But do you feel like Specifically, local governments right now are at an inflection point. Yeah. I feel like local governments are the places where things are getting done. If you think about kind of Jersey City. I mean, we've been taking aggressive steps for several years. Now we've electrified our fleet. We've Created kind of micro grids with making more of our buildings more sustainable long term, But the reality is that it's very clear that it still is not enough based on what you're seeing with climate change. So when you have issues like what happened in the last couple days here in Jersey City, there's no way to avoid the conversation that climate change is very real. And if we don't do something about our infrastructure in the very, very near term Cities like Jersey City will not be livable places. That's Steven Phillip, Mayor of Jersey City. Thank you very much. Thank you Have a great day. Mm. Delivering much needed humanitarian aid to Afghanistan has become tough and even dangerous. Since the Taliban took over. Some organizations are still doing what they can. Later today on all things considered, we hear about how NGOs are trying to help Afghans in need. Tune in by telling your smart speaker to play NPR or your member station by name. You're listening to NPR news.
"jersey city" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"It's a walk up now. The elevators are broken. They just got a warning telling them they all had to get out of the building like immediately. She said the whole cities terrific penthouse live to like. Oh i got the penthouse and this tall building. The things go down next thing you know. You've got a rod going down ninety floors fuck. Exactly it's crazy but the videos from new york and hoboken and i mean entire highways just covered. The subways completely soaked. I couldn't go into work today. 'cause the trains are out Just absolutely nutty flooding in hoboken is nothing new but it was especially bad Last night i will say there were some deaths in queens and elizabeth. I heard from people in basement apartments. So that's really sad. God with this is just kind of like you know. I'm from what i saw sky. Yeah you kind of mentioned the people down south. Kinda scoffing us. This is the same way when people like in texas when challenged had all those now we are. We all thought like what's the big deal. We're not used to hurricanes. There were tornadoes legitimate tornadoes videos. I saw that went through new jersey parts of new jersey. Pike you see the toll booth tornado. Going by destroyed homes vary upsetting. I'm sorry to see that that happened. Hopefully those people are willing shirt in just material damage in nobody's Lives were lost but yeah it was really crazy scene in the greater new york city new jersey area last night to say the least our. Cfo had three feet of water in her basement. I just that and stephen share. Hey dad let down his road and his house and the cars were all messed up jacked up just terrible situation. Also going on. Haiti new orleans is going to be without powder for at least a month. One of my jaguar powell's their lives in louisiana. He said they told him. You could be looking at at two months without power because one of their communications. The two major communication towers go along. The mississippi both collapsed and fell into the mississippi rebuild. It completely. he's already out of like perishable food items. They just weren't like you don't think that that's going to happen. And like that. Because louisiana in florida the panhandle you gets storms all the time. But what do you do man like you got infrastructure. Week needs to come back in a big way in well. This is a huge wake up call. Thought new york thought after sandy. They made all these corrections billions and billions. So that would never have to orleans after katrina and it happened again. It just like in ten seconds flat everything. There's there's a rat. Did you see the video. There's a rat dragging a crab down the subway thing there's a rat doing relentless i posted a video mean about that one where the water all around the rats is two thousand twenty in two thousand and twenty one and the rat is us because college. Football is back tonight and feeling good feeling. I'm not feeling good asking appreciate that a lot. So there's a lot of things going on and it's very very sad. That's what's happening but you're right. Cons people always bitching about the weather. Here doesn't compare here. you're not ready for it. We weren't ready for a hurricane. Here are we'll be ready for a hurricane but we were ready for snow five inches of snow. Take us out for a year. Yeah yeah everybody's guy..
U.S. Makes Room on Bases for Afghans
"Housed at seven military bases in the U. S, including one in New Jersey joint base, McGuire Dix Lakehurst will be able to hold up to 10,000 refugees in existing barracks or in temporary tents. Kourtney Madison is the officer director at Church World Service in Jersey City that helps asylum seekers and refugees, She says. Families are going to need a more permanent place to stay, and that's going to be difficult. We're already in a housing crisis with the pandemic. Um and this is kind of a large Surge of people who are going to need housing solutions, whether it's temporary or permanent. So far, almost 1200 refugees have arrived and all are medically screened when they get to the base. When the U. S
"jersey city" Discussed on Mom and Dad Are Fighting
"This is nothing we had to make peace with and it is something that is your parents also hate also perhaps fear a bit and things are unpleasant right the world like there things in the world that are that are unpleasant. Life is uncomfortable and that instinct. A lot of people have to protect their children from all from any discomfort that they can you know but like i asked myself like. Will this hurt more in the long run and i just think about like playing at the idea of curing death for a couple of years only to have that taken away from you you know what i mean like might be more dramatic than having to just simply deal with what is at this moment right particularly considering that she will not cure the death of her grandparents who who may pass away before she's old enough to really kind of be at peace with disorder staff. So i think this is just a you know. Unfortunately this is the time for uncomfortable conversation and letting your daughter know that like dare lot of really great things about life and there are lot of things that really suck and this is one of the ones. That really sucks and you may not wish to try to put a positive spin on it. You know you can just talk about the cycle of life and the magic of birth that every day new babies are born and that life continues on. But the sadness and the feels that you're going to have to deal with when this person passes away are going to be real and i think that knowing your child's kind of capacity for concern around death now i would lean into dealing with what is at this point as opposed to perhaps delaying the inevitable. I think that's it's very well sad. And i agree with you that it's the conversation about death haas to happen because you don't get to control when your kid has to face that reality you don't get to control when you have to face that reality and if feels like this is the time for a a lot of hugs and warm drinks and and leaning into comfortableness and thing like. I'm uncomfortable with this to. I'm so afraid of having that kind of conversation so my instinct to to punt it further might be my own fears with having to to confront that reality on a child you know. My parents weren't very honest with me about like the realities of the world. They they wanted to protect us from the dangerous streets that we grow up on jersey city in the nineties but they did so by telling us you talk to a stranger once. They're gonna kidnap you. You know it's going to be like this whole catastrophe but you know that it's still done me a lot of fear of strangers. Until one day. I discovered that that wasn't true. And and i sort of held it over again the way between me and my mother's relationship for a long time and it wasn't until i got older and i learned about like the level of crime in the neighborhood that i grew up in or like the crack epidemic. And how that hit during the city pretty hard. It wasn't until i learned about all these other issues where i started to understand where she was coming from. So i think you have to take account where your child's coming from in the sense where like you said. Elizabeth are they trying to reckon with the inevitable of you as a parent or the you know the is it something more playful but at the same time. I think there is a level of truth that you can expose to someone without giving them the whole shebang right. You don't have to explain to them. That lake as an atheist. Life is meaningless and we all just turn to dust in the sun's gonna explode. You don't have to take it that far. You could just say something as simple as you know..
"jersey city" Discussed on Debate This!
"To have no claudio as you said becomes an allegory for jesus cristo. Are you andrew telling me thirty minutes into this podcast that the frontman of cohesion camera made a comic book where he self inserted his name onto a character made that character an allegory for christian. Jesus i really wish i could tell you no further questions your anyway. So claudia's are a special boy. We flipped to any okay trigger warning. This next scene deals with sexual assault and it is completely unnecessary and does not need to happen is only here because it strictly edge lordy and super misogynistic so fair warning. The next scene is we see josephine. The oldest of the daughter the oldest of the children and her fiance patrick driving through the city. Because they're celebrating. The patrick just proposed. I think they stop in jersey city which i should know is not jersey city. Usa even though it looks like new jersey that they're in it is jersey city in heck And the the car literally says jersey city's comma space. So you could you can for any city who want organizer player in the city. We're gonna call colonize all of space and only recycle the same like hundred fifty names. We cleared clear. There is a nurse and earth. Yeah and there's also a silent north which is different. Shut up walk fuck. Yeah so they stop at some point and there's salted by a gang rape and it sucks like it is. It is gross. If there's no reason this happens to be edgy. And we're not gonna talk about anymore because it sucks So co he'd returns home after being told the child murder and he talks about it with his wife and again like there's one page where they're like. Should we kill our kids since wells for the good of the of the fence because we don't have a choice put it that way So he poisons. So i got mayo. Deafen wolf gives him like a suitcase. Full of poison that you do. So co he'd poisons his two children thinking it's going to take them really quick and it doesn't and they like suffocate to death like a really tragic death so there's a scene where like he's holding them in his arms and he's like. I can't do this again. I can't do this again. Yeah you just killed your kids. You fucking moron. So he goes downstairs and josephine because she just got sexually assaulted is like crying like throwing up in the thing and like cameras like consoling her and they have a second conversation because also cambria powers. We'll get there. Bashes her head in with a hammer and it just does it. He does it sure then. She's dead so they decided that's like less painful death anyway to another character. This was some patrick. The fiancee have to say about that. He has a little side story. And we're not gonna talk about it because it doesn't matter because there's like there's like i swear to god fifteen pages of patrick just driving shape being chased by team priests and it doesn't matter because he gets he gets murdered. He doesn't he doesn't matter got it yet but claudia wrote a whole comic about patrick which is fun. Need to do. Do any of patrick's exploits make it onto any of the album's Here's a wholesome.
"jersey city" Discussed on KFC Radio
"It's anti letterman on casey radio. God you this is. It was named signature date like a solid five minutes stuff. Be so happy with that. I am not. I can't smoke we. i don't. I'm not currently smoking weed. And this is why. I love early onset. Alzheimer's you're sober and everything. You're getting too stupid right. I could barely read to begin with. Why add more things. Why have you run for your life. Oh i just have that story on the girls pockets. I just in jersey city. Just there's been a lot of childhood trauma that coming to this beautiful place that i'm at now. Yeah i feel you are the poster child for like If you want to be a comic you have to go through. Some trump's gonna prove that great upbringing. I'm just funny then. There's only some shit you don't have your book is cooler yearbook going to have to write it for me. Because i don't know how to spell it is true. I mean you know we're boring you know if you're happy and talked. I'm very happy but it's like it's like we all fucked up shit. It's like it's some. are you happy with that. I just let's fucking happiness. You're rich now you're good. I mean i'm not rich out more edged. Just i can get anything i want. I'm just realizing that control. I have to manipulate my. Okay sir. she my grace. Yes no i do. Feel like a sorcerer. No i feel like you..
"jersey city" Discussed on 100% Ska Podcast
"Secret location deep in the heart of jersey city right as a good old thunderstorm is passing over by so use any thunder in the background and hopefully i won't get electrocuted because i like to live dangerously but not that dangerously You just heard cat bite With the song creep in and comes off of their brand new lp Nice one coming out on a bad time records. I believe the first pressings of this record have completely sold out But they are already taking pre orders for the second pressing which will be available in two hundred twenty two at this point i think however it is also available to buy digitally or streaming wherever finer digital streaming songs can be found. It's an amazing album. It's a really great to There i i guess. I don't know it's somewhere between ep. And that they put out on bad time records out to two years ago So yeah super good stuff. It really captures and expands on that original energy. I think that's one of that. We just played Was a really great representation of their songs and what is happening on this new now cat is also to be playing at the supernova scott festival. And i'm actually doing for this episode since we're about a month away. This is part one of these celebration. That is supernova. So everybody that you're going to be listening to on. Tonight's episode is going to be playing at supernova. Unfortunately the festival has completely sold out. So if you were biding your time. Hopefully you can find tickets that maybe somebody has to sell because they can't attend but otherwise. That's it but i do want to kind of promote for them on behalf of the of the festival that they're actually going to be doing a livestream happening all weekend long during supernova and i will have a link for that in the description of the podcast so check that out you can also check out the supernova website and all that good stuff to find more information now. Let's get onto some music because that is what we're doing here. We are celebrating all the great or some of the bands like he said. There are so many bands playing at this festival can't even fit them all into one episode. So this is part one. Look for part to the next week or two as we continue on We're going to start off with the players band and the song here is vacation because i have a feeling that a lot of the people that are can be coming to the festival This is going to be probably one of their first vacations Since the pandemic started so this goes out to everybody that is going to be coming out to.
Dorothy Allison - The Psychic Detective: Hero or Hoax?
"Dorothy psychic powers first manifested when she was a teenager in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine fourteen year old. Dorothy stood at a bakery counter in jersey city new jersey. Her mother had sent her to get some roles for dinner suddenly outside the bakery shop window. She saw a vision of a man's blurry face and the outline of his body when the bakers spoke to dorothy. It was obvious he did notice anything. Only dorothy witnessed the specter but for hours afterwards. She couldn't shake the vague image when dorothy arrived back at home she had another psychic incident before she made it inside. The man's head appeared again this time lying on her front lawn. Dorothy world towards her front door. They're a new image blossomed before her is long. White lillies an ivory crepe hung over the entryway. These were symbols of mourning. The dorothy didn't know anyone who died. She looked back into her yard where she could still see the man's blurry face this time it's features sharpened and suddenly dorothy understood. The head was her father's and he was going to die at the time her fifty year old father was in the hospital with a bad cold. She'd been told it wasn't serious. He was otherwise healthy. But dorothy couldn't shake a feeling of dread just a few days later. George these vision came true. She stayed up waiting for her mother. Abalone add to get home from the hospital when abalone walked in she burst into tears. Dorothy his father had died at bologna herself was a psychic. People from the neighborhood often came to the house to learn their futures when she learned dorothy had predicted her father's death at bologna told her daughter that this power was a gift that sometimes came with the sting.
"jersey city" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Dead is flames tore through her home on Martin Luther King Jr Drive in Jersey City, New Jersey last night. Neighbors. There were evacuated as a precaution, including this one where you're going out the house. We came to a bunch of blazing Cho. Please living this out The house. I'm just shot of upset prayers out, hopefully for the cops think the girl was pronounced dead at the scene of the Hudson County Prosecutor's office also says the boy was rushed to Jersey City Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead after midnight. The Children's mother escaped with the her six year old son. Three firefighters treated for smoke inhalation The cause remaining under investigation and the Hudson County Prosecutor's office also has now identified the person shot and killed right near old Bergen Road in Neptune Avenue last night. As 30 year old Raven Harris of Jersey City. Two additional people, both males ages, 20 and 29 are in critical but stable condition at Jersey City Medical Center after also being shot at that location. The prosecutor's office and Jersey City Police continue their investigation. We'll call for an end to solitary confinement of inmates State Assemblyman David Weprin of Queens, taking part this morning in a virtual press conference. The correction committee chair is in support of halting solitary issue Now is we have to end solitary confinement once and for all, and this is the year to do it, and the National Action Network riven Al Sharpton also taking part in support. W ABC News Time. 11 05 traffic,.
"jersey city" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And Michael Riedel on 7 10, WR. Well, here's the blast from the past now actually lend, you know I'm kind of old enough. I remember. The last of the autumn mats when I was working for the daily News that the old daily News building on 40 seconds across the street, absolutely heard Avenue and goes right across there. 42nd Street. Right, Uh, horn and harder. Wasn't that the automatic it hard it born and harder way We used to call it harder and harder actually back in the story, And, you know, the cleverness of Daily news newspaper. Guys knows no bounds. I'm just trying to get Natalie the chime in somehow, somewhere almost has no interest. No way. She's writing down the time because she's calling HR. And I see her writing the time down right now, anyway, horny and harder was the famous automatics that was there for years. And, of course, the automat has been gone. I think the last one right there on 42nd Street ended up in the early nineties when I was down there, but in Jersey City They're bringing back the automat. I mean, you're listed as a kid. Lend us one of the automat all the time. What was it like? I love the automat. In fact, it was either macaroni and cheese. That was always good and also hot chocolate. But I was fascinated. I was there was always a large woman. I don't know why I was like a matron, You know, in a movie theater sitting up at the change desk. And in front of her. She had, like a million nickels and a zillion dimes. And I found that fascinating to watch her like issuing changed it so people could walk over and get their hot chocolate for a nickel or a dime or whatever was my dad would have lunch virtually daughter about every day. And I think automatic. I'm on my dad saying that the automatic closed down because people would just go in there and sit there. You know, it wasn't like anyone would chase you out. So you go in there and people who smoke cigarettes in there, you know, because you were allowed to and then we just sit all day sitting there smoking and they would never, and so they'd never leave the tables and that kind of cut into the profit margin for the For the automat. Remember, you would go and it was you could get like a chicken pot pie or whatever you wanted mashed potatoes or something. Did you ever go back and she's a hot chocolate? Those were the two of you go to the horny and harder. No, no, I've never been there. You never went doing a lot of Madden your entire well, he's he's been there, but he's never gotten with automatic. That's what he's saying. But remember, like this little But they were like little safety deposit boxes. Remember, you could open him up on deck. Chicken pot pie would be in the walls of the figures. He never knew how long the food was there. But now this'll guy named Bob Bay Dale in Jersey City says This is gonna be fresh food. We tried. Make sure that the food is freshly made.
13-year-old girl charged in shooting death of 35-year-old man in Jersey City
"Year old girl has been charged with the fatal shooting of a 35 year old man in Jersey City. N. B C four reports. The unidentified teen was charged with murder yesterday for the December 10th killing of Niles homes. A 24 year old man was also shot, but he survived. The team was arrested Christmas Eve and is being prosecuted as a juvenile. The motive for the shooting was not disclosed.
New York Residents Reflect On Deadly Jersey City Shooting 1 Year Later
"Jersey city is marking the one year anniversary of a deadly anti Semitic attack perpetrated by two shooters who killed the Jersey City Police officer then stormed a kosher market and murdered three people inside. W. Marcie's Matt Katz reports. New Jersey Attorney General Gerbier Gray wall was on his way to Jersey City. On the afternoon of December. 10th 2019 City Detective Joseph Seals had been found executed in a cemetery and there was now a gunfight at a kosher grocery store nearby. List. Miguel Rodriguez and immigrant from Ecuador who worked at the market was dead. And soon his widow was asking great wall. Somebody hate the Jewish people. The Jewish people gave my husband a job. How could they do this? Since the shooting Gray Walls office launched an online portal where people can report discrimination and a state task force released guidelines and how to provide students with anti bias education. Haven't Bernstein, Jewish leader who now runs Community Security Service, which helps protect synagogues was also on the scene in Jersey City. That day. We said Mourners cottage for the victims and stood in the synagogue that was shared the wall of the kosher market. And as a nominee, and I've seen bullet holes on shell casings and things I just never imagined seeing in a synagogue in my lifetime, Bernstein recalls a dark December last year, there were regular attacks, an Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn and a fatal machete attack and a Hanukkah celebration in months in New York. Officials say it's talents in both the Muncie and Jersey City incidents appear to be followers of the anti Semitic black Hebrew is relate movement. Pamela Johnson, a Black Jersey city resident who runs the Jersey City Anti violence coalition, said in the aftermath, Jewish and black leaders held a joint food and toy giveaway and hosted a Hanukkah Kwanza dinner because we have to live. Amongst each other, and we do want to have a relationship, and we want to be able to make sure that we called you in respect to one another right. But for Johnson, the high profile nature of the incident obscures the anonymous gun violence that often occurs in Jersey City. Just last week, a mother of four was shot and killed on the sidewalk, two doors down from the kosher market. Didn't hear about it. Did you? Are you sure? McFadden, a cafeteria worker and a high school and a mother of four, was shot dead in front of her kids last Friday.
Ronald "Khalis" Bell, co-founder of Kool & the Gang, dead at 68
"Ronald Ronald Police. Bell singer and co founder of the band Cool in the gang passed away yesterday at the age of 68 because of death has not been released and back in 1964 Bell and his brother, Robert Cool Bell, who were just teenagers at the time formed Kool and the Gang in Jersey City, New Jersey. Belle Co wrote the song Celebration among others. So break good. Also get down on it. Jungle Boogie Ladies night and cherish that You're
Incoming freshmen discuss what it's like to start college during a pandemic
"Now, one more thing about what it's like to start your freshman year of college during a pandemic I think's away that the virus is affecting incoming freshmen. This group of people on a really unique way that time between high school and college during a normal year when there's not a pandemic is already stressful. It's such a big moment. Name is Lauren MacKinnon. I am an education reporter after coats. I was thinking a lot about the summer between my senior year of high school in my Freshman Year of college when I was just being anxious and also being excited and worried about the transition though a pandemic into it, all this as schools and colleges across the country struggle with their reopening plants here though an economic crisis in. In, family struggling during the pandemic it makes it even more difficult and I really wanted to capture the stories and understand kind of decisions young people were making and how those decisions the rest of their lives. My. Name is Adrian Williams I'm eighteen years old I'm from Jersey City New Jersey and I go V illustrious. Howard University. School is fully online. So I'm I'm home. So Asiana she has wanted to go to Howard University for years. And you know she applied when she senior she's ready to go and all of a sudden. It didn't really make a ton of sense to. Apply for loans and do all the stuff when the economy's in great money is just not looking right and I can't and I and it was it was to the point where I literally couldn't go I could not school. The balance is not paid and no one in my family had good enough credit to cosign on my loan and so all of a sudden kind of her goal for most of high school to grow to this university didn't make sense because of the pandemic when it's done to higher education and so I think her big kind of. Decision making process really revolved around money. She was considering the community college closer to home. She would save a lot of money doing that it was really about the financial implications of this and I'm. Doing the best for her emily the you know the decision to take out loans right now that's going to affect you know for the rest of your life. started out I really didn't think it would affect my college at all. Zeros did I think that it would be like this I think the big theme is just the decisions that these students are hatching make because the pandemic. I think that you know we hear a lot about young people, college students, breaking rules, and wanting to party not wearing masks I think we is happening but these were students who really wanted to play by the rules really just wanted as normal college experience as possible try to as they can happen and it just didn't happen or they have to change it and make alterations to the original plans, which is something that everyone is having to you in different ways but if you're an incoming freshman this. Desert ways since decisions could play out. So once they announced a statement saying. No one is community campus. The tuition was perfectly reduced to the fact where we opinionated cash like us how small the ballots was. Running for Miss Freshman so you might. Think that I can do a good job in even if I don't end up winning Miss Freshman, I think I will have a lot of fun running. For Miss Fresh. I'm going to try.
Ariel by Dean Friedman
"Everybody welcome back to the story Song podcast on accoring I'm Rachel Oakes, and the Michael Gazelle ever so we walked through the world of a story song and this week. We are looking into the mouth of madness. Earned this is. Ariel by Dean Friedman I mean before we get started with anything man I I heard this song for the first time about two hours ago. And all I have to say is what I just listened to. Yeah I could go into. Love it I also heard this on. I think it was on the seventy channel on Satellite Radio and yeah, much like lonely boy. It was definitely a like. What wait a minute? What is happening by this? Was this left me less angry. I was definitely far more delighted. Delight it's a delight. Well. It's the opposite where whereas lonely boy leaves out a lot of the story. Yeah, this is every single. detail. And I'm saying. This is. Lonely boy is. All story, no details this. There's no story this. Details. This is a ninety fashion magazine. Because this is details, there's nothing. have. So yeah, I like I, said I think this is the rare song that I do think a good song and yet I'd love it I really legitimately love this song, but also but again. Being fully aware that objectively dishonest, not good, and we're going to get more into into that and to to Misa. Friedman's career later on, but. Okay so the story is where in New Jersey. and. Our narrator, OUR PROTAGONISTS DEAN! We'll call him. meets a young lady at the mall He instantly falls in love with her again. We learned a lot of details like she's Jewish Does not see I mean that's fine, but it's not seem to. Matter one way or the other? and. He tells her that he's in a rock and roll band. She should come see it, she does. They go to dairy queen. His place. They Watch TV and they make love at the end and were Oh, enroll so total that will dean has fallen in love with this woman. Whose name is Ariel? We've also told that she has a beautiful singing voice at no point in the song she sing. and has nothing to do with anything that is the refrain of is how beautiful! So, what do they I don't way on the. Side! Berbie. Young? Sang binding Bahrain. Bob Bob. Mark. She was working for the breads grief. was. In. A cop she was looking to change, so was I. Let's start at the top here. He says hey, on the would start at the top as if it matters. We can start sideways. It really doesn't matter, but it's just a series of details and the order does not matter. Just, just for tradition, sake, it started. Says, way on the other side of the Hudson deep in the bosom of suburbia. I met a young girl. She sang mighty fine tears on my pillow and Ave Maria quite the rain. Definitely? End Ave. Maria the first thing I want to say. Is that so I believe? Dean lives in New Jersey. In Paris and we can discuss that in a moment, but it is sort of funny. How he saying way on the other side of the Hudson so that is oriented from New York City. From Manhattan. And yet, so it's in a way. He's almost seeing himself. Not as the central character in his own story in a way, or not in the central location like he's thinking of himself, as I'm on the other side of the Hudson Right. New York City like I it just I just find that. Hitting The impression that I got was that he was from New York. City and he went out to Jersey. Okay that is very possible. That's what I winning I. Wanted Sketch what I thought too, or he's. He's keeping in mind. His audience, which is probably clubs in New York City and they're like. If he just said parameters they'd be like. Where is that mythical place? Like. Any night paramus through the mall is on the other side of the Hudson. Oh, you mean New Jersey I never go there. Yeah and that's the other thing. That's funny, too, is that he doesn't say deep in New Jersey says on the other side of the Hudson right so again. It's like a you know that's the way so in from from you know some some manhattanite. Club Goer might even think of it. It's like Oh. That's on the other. That's across the bridge. Exactly I never go. I only see it from my penthouse apartment. But I've never actually been over there. So debate I gotTA, take. Half trained to get there no. There's no way this this hypothetical. We're talking about. They'll even know the term the Pat Oh you. Don't even know what your dot car service all the way. Yeah or at least a taxi, yeah! If for some reason, they have to go to Jersey. City but yeah. They are not familiar with with the path train. The train goes on a path I know. But the rest of it. I don't know what you're talking about. New Jersey.
2019 saw most anti-Semitic incidents in US in 40 years, tally finds
"Anti semitic incidents in the U. S. reached a record high last year including deadly attacks on the California synagogue a Jewish grocery store in Jersey city and the rabbis New York home the anti defamation league's report found two thousand one hundred seven anti semitic incidents in two thousand nineteen the highest tally since the group began tracking incidents in nineteen
Lockdown protests held across U.S.
"Many protesters say all businesses should re open at once the solution to this is hurting more people that's how we need to open up our state now others suggest a more gradual approach in a tweet Saturday the Wisconsin department of health services says none of that can happen until there's more testing labs PP and supplies New Jersey has re opened state parks WCBS TV's Corey James is this fixture Osage is jumping for joy stop the only kid thrilled to be at liberty state park in Jersey city the light infantry came out with his brother and mom all of them have been dealing with the case of cabin fever because of the stay at home order and for fifteen to sell really enjoying this
New York - N.J. steps up to help front-line workers
"It is often said that if you want something done ask a busy person such is the case with Amy Frank Goldman she runs her own wealth management firm in New Jersey she's also home schooling her daughter currently recovering from the corona virus and just last week launched the local chapter of the front line appreciation group on Facebook where she helped raise money for men and women on the front lines of the pandemic she's here to talk about her group AB how did this begin for you I would think about what it really cross the river from New York City and we were around for nine eleven but all the started blowing up and we're watching what happens in New York City I didn't think I had to do something so I started looking around for the opportunity that kind of help the front line workers who believe that the not the front end of this but also I kept seeing all these stories about small businesses that were struggling with self you know if we were to show our appreciation for the people who are online why can't we do that by using local restaurants to to fund that goal to give some of that money back into the community out there I started a page on Facebook and it just went bananas so how does it work so basically what we do is we take a donation from the people who work during the day of the FIFA pages they are both of them on the peacock set up in those two nations are used to pay local restaurants to deliver meals to a number of different areas of the province so far would cover your rooms I see rooms in hospitals has been silent again care center others a certain hotline whether entering the coronavirus called for the town in city hall you ought to put areas will actually branching out into pharmacist store clerk so even in little league international appreciation to all the people who are out there leading up function in the new normal that we have so what's cooperation but like if you have a lot of buy in from supporters it's been incredible we have two thousand members in the group demanded money that we raise is is truly inspirational and it didn't go to do things that you know initially I thought we'd be able to provide a couple meals but now it looks like we'll be able to do that for weeks a month or south based on the money that was raised well for speak with Anne Frank golden she's the founder of the Hoboken and Jersey city New Jersey frontline appreciation group on Facebook they're raising money for health care workers so in terms of distribution do you have volunteers deliver things out of that and work with the beautiful about it so what about certain Hoboken hello they had a delivery business but for the most part eleven had done in Florida right so they can bring a lot of those restaurant into delivery only in their delivery people that work for those first on to the ones that have been facilitating the delivery and it's been kind of a fun experience because I love to share the photos of the food and preparing an offer the food in the hands of the into the front line people also the nurses the doctors they've actually receive the food in a long time some of the donors wanted me to deliver themselves and sending pictures of themselves like him to come over to the nurses station which is like a really cool thing to see you know Willie so have the health care workers responded well they probably domino's just hopes I think I think that they have a lot more variety in the lab options and that's another thing I try to make it through the week of the nutrient dense now that their job is not just mentally taxing the critical impact with while so serving them pizza and sub five need to week seven to week that's really not going to be the fact that he's a resources so I'm very specific when they speak the restaurant about what they're preparing for them making sure they're getting a good meal but you know that the end of the day it's really comes from the heart in the two people who I don't wanna call them unsung heroes but in normal times were not in the time of the pandemic or crisis of course people appreciate what they do you know what it really comes before court right now for those around the country listening who aren't familiar Jersey city and Hoboken very heavily populated areas certainly no choices of food right have you gone out on a limb and thrown something exotic at these health care workers I'm sure that we had a vegan restaurant a little bit you know what we've got everything from Italian to Thai food in Indian food coming later this week so it's definitely a lot of variety I think the one joint I so I think I saw a stat from small business owners generally speaking who say they're down to like eighty percent of business at this point under this under these restrictions because they're limited to just take out or delivery anybody say that what you're doing is helping keep them afloat and they might otherwise close account for me is that I want to be fair and sometimes give the opportunity probably have everybody's gotten Hoboken to participate before I go back to him he has already done a delivery so for being realistic you know five or six hundred on delivery you can change the bottom line over a week two weeks three weeks for a company or for a cyclical restaurant what I'm trying to do is when we were away please post operative could show the health care workers I always put the link to that restaurant in the in the polls and I think you're considering going out thing to consider this restaurant what I'm trying to bring awareness to these small business owners the people know that they're delivering other they're still out there and maybe they have a doctor orders not restaurant in awhile or maybe they had ordered the question before and so now in addition to being able to provide something for the front line we're getting a little bit of P. are the people who are helping us make that happen well that is Amy Amy Frank Goldman again head of her local chapter of the front line appreciation group on Facebook in
Early-Morning Fire Rips Through Multiple Homes, Cars In Jersey City
"Ten people forced from their home early this morning in a fire in Jersey city eyewitnesses say a food truck caught fire early this morning they say flames leaped from that truck to some cars and then to to multi dwelling homes at four hundred Mercer street this fire chief one of the first people on the scene by the very difficult to get out there's a lot of gasoline a reprise of burning unfortunately spread to the exterior of building the families living
New Jersey Expands Definition Of Terrorism Under State Law Following Deadly Kosher Market Attack
"News server via signed legislation expanding the definition of terrorism under state law that's in response to last month's fatal attack on a kosher market in Jersey city reviews of the new law will make it clear that New Jersey is committed to the elimination of hate in all its forms legislation passed unanimously about a month after the attack little to Jersey city police detective dead along with three people inside the market authorities have said the attackers expressed hatred of Jews and of law enforcement the new laws as terrorism includes crimes aimed at inciting terror against people based on their religion race or national origin and other
Bruce Springsteen’s Son Sam Joins Jersey City’s Firefighters
"Los on hand as the sun was sworn in along with fourteen other in Jersey city firefighters corresponded to Michael's Bruce Springsteen's youngest son Sam was one of the fifteen new firefighters sworn in the boss and his wife Patty Ron had to watch their youngest child's big moment Springsteen says the family is very proud of Sam's accomplishment a few years Sam Springsteen has been a volunteer firefighter since graduating from a mom of county fire academy in twenty
Bruce Springsteen's son sworn in as a firefighter in Jersey City
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New York Synagogue Attack: The community responds to recent violence
"Five people were injured this weekend after man attacked them while they were celebrating Hanukkah at the home of the his CITIC rabbi in Muncie New York Muncie is a suburb northwest of the city and your sons the low one went to Muncie yesterday and he's on the line now from New York City come morning Hansi the morning well so this suburb Muncie is home to a big Jewish community I know you are on about yesterday talking to people what did they tell you I talked to folks who live on the same street of that home of their rabbi where the attack occurred lot of people feeling very vulnerable after the attack and are very concerned about their personal safety is a community that's been talking about how to defend themselves for weeks on for months this is thinking the poor people are thinking about the recent attacks not just in from this weekend but also the recent shootings at a kosher grocery store in Jersey city New Jersey the left people dead and and also folks are thinking about volunteering with their neighborhood street patrols and some were even thinking of getting licensed to carry firearms in order to defend themselves right what do we know about the five people who were injured in this attack how are they doing well near governor Andrew Cuomo told NPR that as of Sunday evening two of the five victims were in critical condition one with skull fractures they survived an attack in which in the attack apparently used a long machete looks like a sword and that people inside of this home to furniture at the attacker try to fend for themselves and ultimately the tanker try to go next door to a synagogue but it was locked this story is developing as we would expect and will continue developed to develop over the next few days but I wonder about the suspect in this case what do we know about this man so far what are people saying police identified him as graft in Thomas and he has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and burglary charges and his family has released a written statement through his attorney and time just family has said that quote was raised in a home which embraced and respected all religions and races and that he has quote no known history of anti semitism the families asked the attorney Michael Sussman to request a mental health evaluation because they say that Thomas has a long history of mental illness and hospitalizations and times is due back in court this Friday okay and here's Hansi low long from New York country thanks so much you're welcome the attacker in yesterday's attack was arrested in Harlem in New York City which is about thirty miles away from Monsey New York City is home to the largest population of Jewish people outside of Israel so what is the city doing to protect Jewish communities there I'm online now with new York's mayor bill de Blasio good morning Mister mayor good morning have you talked to anyone in Muncie New York I've talked to so many people in your community of New York City who are very very close to their colleagues in Muncie is that it's a very tight relationship it's not that far away Susan a surge of anti semitic attacks in New York governor Cuomo says there been at least thirteen in the state since December eighth then there was that horrific attack in New Jersey on the kosher grocery store in New York City specifically Mister mayor what are you doing about this well we we consider the crisis really there is a growing antisemitism problem in this whole country is taking a more more violent forms we are doing three things in particular with this is what I announced to the committee SA I stood with community leaders of all different communities who who stood in solidarity with the Jewish community in Brooklyn yesterday so one piece of course is very physical and media intensified NYPD presence police presence along with things like security cameras will be putting into key locations in the community additional light towers so that people know that there's eyes on the situation that there's clear vigilant to prevent attacks we have made a habit when the Jewish community is attacked anywhere in the world to reinforce key to use community locations in New York City board do it now on a much bigger scale but typically in Brooklyn where we think the most important vulnerabilities are second is an effort to bring together a variety of communities incoming calls with the Jewish community can unity safety coalitions we call them and this will be in key neighborhoods where you'll see type of committee patrol but it will be multi ethnic on purpose it will be people of different backgrounds warding off attacks the connecting vertically with young people and we had a problem with some is this is for young people acting on anti semitism sometimes without a great ignorance we want the people of all different communities intervening connect with young people stopping these attacks before they happen and then lastly is the education piece the equation again focused on young people in our school starting when school comes back in a few days of intensive I curriculum focusing on anti semitism and the danger that is created by hate and how any acts of hate ultimately are not only destructive unto themselves when they come back there for all communities and that domino affect and he just breeds more hate and more violence that's what we need to teach our young people you were talking about some very concrete steps there I want to ask you something my colleague Kansi low one who I was on the line with just before you he was in Muncie yesterday he talked to a man named laser Klein this is what the man told him I
New York City police commissioner: "We will keep the Jewish community safe"
"A stabbing at a Hanukkah celebration in Rockland county on Saturday night was the thirteenth anti semitic attack in New York state in three weeks and it was the latest in a string of violence targeting Jews in the region mayor bill de Blasio and governor Andrew Cuomo have deployed additional police patrols to Jewish neighborhoods across the city and state and some leaders are asking officials to do more to protect local Jewish populations we're joined now by Jody ruder and she's the editor in chief of the national Jewish news organization the forward Jody good morning thanks for joining me thanks for having wishes to governor Cuomo repeatedly emphasized yesterday that this attack didn't happen in isolation can you start by putting this latest incident in context sure I mean there's a couple different ways to think about it we've had several violent murderous deadly attack at synagogues over the last year and a half or so starting with of course because they're not but there were eleven people were killed October twenty seventh of last year and then the most recent violence was not in the Senate on but they are very deadly include in Jersey city where culture supermarket was attacked and three people were killed there but there's also another contact you mentioned the thirteen incidents in in the New York area in your state and virtually every week for the last several months maybe even two years we've seen a **** beatings and other other kinds of attacks the the New York Stock she's mostly in Brooklyn and in neighborhoods that are that are known as casting a class or ultra orthodox neighborhoods so there's also that contacted you can kind of a drum beat in those communities and has really gone unanswered while knows more deadly of violent attacks in places like Jersey city public California at Berkeley and now months we have got national and international attention NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea has called this a crisis governor Cuomo has referred to this increase in hate crimes as a cancer and a higher up at the anti defamation league told CNN that the city's Jewish community is in the midst of an epidemic all this language being used here it doesn't seem like a new level of violence and intolerance in our region absolutely and I and I don't think it's necessarily really regional I mean I think it's really the anti semitism have gone up marginally as well it's still looking completely different time plays healing and then the I've seen in my lifetime I think yeah it's hard to even imagine even five years ago I looked into the matter in the situation where people would be talking and thinking about antisemitism the way they are now there was a a national survey done came out in October about a year after Pittsburgh that said that a quarter of American Jews were not going to places or events because of fear of Jewish places or events like actually god or school because of Sierra and the anti semitic attacks and that thirty one percent were decided not to where their duty is invisibly whether that be by wearing a skull cap yarmulke order Stargate around their neck because this year those numbers were shocking to me I I can't imagine one in four American Jews when I was growing up being afraid of going to a to a synagogue actually tell you tell that to that point I I want to play you a clip from a man named Robert Brown he's Jewish he lives in Brooklyn and he was at last night's menorah lighting in grand army plaza listen to what he had to say I think I did a
New York City police commissioner: "We will keep the Jewish community safe"
"Still a stabbing at a Hanukkah celebration in Rockland county on Saturday night was the thirteenth anti semitic attack in New York state in three weeks and it was the latest in a string of violence targeting Jews in the region mayor bill de Blasio and governor Andrew Cuomo have deployed additional police patrols to Jewish neighborhoods across the city and state and some leaders are asking officials to do more to protect local Jewish populations we're joined now by Jody ruder and she's the editor in chief of the national Jewish news organization the forward Jody good morning thanks for joining me thanks for having this is a governor Cuomo repeatedly emphasized yesterday that this attack didn't happen in isolation can you start by putting this latest incident in context sure I mean there's a couple different ways to think about it we've had several violent murderous deadly attack accident god over the last year and a half or so starting with of course the Pittsburgh massacre were eleven people were killed October twenty seventh of last year and then the most recent violence would not as an adult but they are very deadly include in Jersey city were kosher supermarket was attacked and three people were killed there but there's also another contact you mentioned the thirteen incidents in in the New York area in your state and virtually every week for the last several months maybe even two years we've seen a **** beating the latter other kinds of attacks they did the orthodox Jews mostly in Brooklyn and in neighborhoods that are that are known as casting a glow or ultra orthodox neighborhoods so there's also doc transaction in kind of a drum beat in those communities and has really gone unanswered while knows more deadly of violent attacks in places like Jersey city public California absence Berg and our monthly have got national and international attention NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea has called this a crisis governor Cuomo has referred to this increase in hate crimes as a cancer and a higher up at the anti defamation league told CNN that the city's Jewish community is in the midst of an epidemic all this language being used here it doesn't seem like a new level of violence and intolerance in our region absolutely and I and I don't think it's necessarily really regional I mean I think it's really the anti semitism have gone up marginally as well it's still looking completely different time plays healing and then I'd seen in my lifetime and I think yeah it's hard to even imagine even five years ago I love that that amount in the situation where people would be talking and thinking about antisemitism the way they are now there was a a national survey done came out in October about a year after Pittsburgh that said that a quarter of American Jews were not going to places or events because of fear of Jewish places or events like actually god or school because of Sierra and the anti semitic attacks and that thirty one percent were decided not to where their Judaism visibly whether acting by wearing a skull cap yarmulke order Stargate around their neck because this year those numbers were shocking to me I I can't imagine one in four American Jews when I was growing up being afraid of going to a to a synagogue actually Jody to that to that point I I want to play you a clip from a man named Robert Brown he's Jewish he lives in Brooklyn and he was at last night's menorah lighting in grand army plaza listen to what he had to say I think