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"joan berry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"But in the tapes, Zarif himself says how surprised he was that Carrie would reveal such sensitive infamy. Boxes. Benjamin Hall, Kerry denies a tweeting. This never happened. America's listening to Fox News 93. W Y PC Mobile news on the level on the go enough fentanyl to kill 26 Million people were under sunny skies, and it's 62 degrees in downtown Indy. I'm John Herrick. Here's what's trending at eight. Oh, two, and Hendricks County on I 70 Monday afternoon, a state police trooper pulled over a Chrysler van on I 70 We're driving on safely. They searched the van, and they say they found £134 of crystal meth and £90 of fentanyl that were hidden in the cargo area. Two people in the van from California were arrested. Police say the narcotics were on their way to Indianapolis from Memphis, Tennessee, and increase in teacher pay was not part of the new state budget until it Woz Eric Berman explains. The House and Senate budgets were both in the neighborhood of $400 million more for schools. Neither said anything about teacher pay specifically. It's in the President Pro TEM Rod Bray says It was discussed behind the scenes when a new economic forecast predicted an extra $2 billion to work with negotiators ready to act. Any time we craft budget, you're gonna leave a number of needs on the table. These folks know the needs of the state very well as you start to think about, Okay, let's add some priorities. It comes together relatively quickly. The president clues in order to school boards to spend nearly half their funding on teachers. Rick Berman. 93 WNBC Mobile news sired of people dying by way of gunfire. Faith leaders in Indianapolis have asked Governor Holcomb to set aside at least 5% of the state's American rescue plan money to be used to support community based violence reduction groups. One of those leaders is Mary Dick in a pastor at Meridian Street, United Methodist Church. Some point we have to stop prioritizing guns. Over human life, she tells our news gathering partners that wish TV. She's sick of seeing her neighbors die from gun violence. Faith leaders have reached out to Governor Holcomb as well. A senator's Todd Young and Mike Braun in custody accused of murder. I am PD believes Gary Jackson killed Joan Berry last week. Barry was dropped off at Riley Hospital with a gunshot wound last Wednesday, and she later died. Jackson is now facing murder and several other charges. If you need to fill up your gas tank today, Gasbuddy says the average price for gas and Indianapolis is to 74 a gallon. The statewide averages to 79. Are you feeling cooped up? While the Indiana Department of Natural Resource is might have the perfect solution, Shailaja Bolland reports. The Indiana did, Nor is offering free admission to its state parks, Recreation areas Force in reservoirs this Sunday as part of visit Indiana Week, Ginger Murphy with Indiana State Parks says there's plenty to do we have over 700 miles of hiking trails. People love to go horseback riding people like the kayak or just come have a family picnic. That day is also what for efficient day, which means you can fish in the state's public waters without a license. Shyla Kabbalah 93 WBC mobile news and I'm Sean Herrick on the level on the going on W V. C calm 805 with traffic on the fives. Mad Bear, John. We're looking at a ram closed over the East Side. It's North bound 4 65 westbound 70 head again to downtown in India. Dad was that.
"joan berry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Track mostly clear, overnight sunny and warmer Tuesday. I'm Stan. We're here's what's trending this hour. Now you have a choice of vaccines that the mass vaccination clinic at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Dr Alan Cox is chief medical officer at Riley Children's Health. We have a shot that fits everyone and everyone and anyone who can get vaccinated and wants to be vaccinated should come out. You could get the one shot Johnson and Johnson or the Fizer to dose vaccine. No appointments are necessary and I AMs The clinic will end Friday evening at seven. Metro Police have made an arrest in the shooting death of 41 year old Joan Berry, who died last Wednesday after walking into Riley Hospital, critically wounded 39 year old Gary Jackson's being held on preliminary charges of murder and more Are you feeling a little cooped up the Indiana D. N. R might have the perfect solution. Shilique Obama and reports the Indiana did, Nor is offering free admission to its state parks, recreation areas of force in reservoirs this Sunday as part of visit Indiana Week, Ginger Murphy with Indiana State Parks says there's plenty to do we have over 700 miles of hiking trail. People love to go horseback riding people like the kayak or just come have a family picnic. That day is also a free fishing day, which means you can fish in the state's public waters without a license. Shyla Kabbalah 93 WBC mobile news on the level on the go and on Wi be si dot com. Now here's the forecast from the American Standard Cooling Weather Center were dry, clear and mild Tonight. Temperatures holding steady in the upper fifties to lose sixties tomorrow, the warmest day of the year, Mostly sunny and Drysdale. Sure is warm to the eighties. I'm some track a chief meteorologist Ashley Brahmin, 93, wi VC. Hey, all their instructor here, you know, A lot of people ask me what inspires your music, and one of the big things is a strong sense of place. That's why I love my home State of South Carolina and want to share the awesome things that has to offer from the beautiful mountains down to the sunny coast. It's got it all, not to mention two of my personal favorites, Great Gulf and.
"joan berry" Discussed on Celtics Lab Podcast
"I think they were limited to the nba. And the who collective they said maybe suggs snuck in there and notably for folks in the hub. Jason tatum was listed at number fries. And jalen brown was listed at number twelve and that earned the scorn of everyone. So xiguang. Alex what do you think of these rankings. Something or nothing. well. I don't really have a problem with the rankings of five and twelve respectively. It's more so bobby marks putting a jason tatum at something like twelve or thirteenth. You could you could also gripe a bit about you know. Lamelo ball being ranked I think three or four third anyway. Above jason tatum. At any rate the really just the strangest thing in the dog in the background clearly agrees that. What are we doing putting jason tatum. So low i mean he put he put jaylen brown above jayson. Tatum and i think that maybe you could make the argument. This season but marks argument was about attention. And that's why he had him ranked where he had them. I just i love joan berries my favorite player in the league right now. But i don't see it. I know alex has some strong feelings about this as well. I think bobby is maybe we should. We should give him the benefit of that after all. He is awfully sore from getting fleeced by daddy. Age and twenty. Thirteen for the draft picks. That did become jaylen brown. Jason dangerous so. I'm sure we can kind of a little bit of slack for being upset about that now. I think it's i think it's silly and i think that you know. Espn will periodically release these kind of rankings. And a lot of it is stirring the pot and just kind of trying to get hate clicks and celtics fan base is really good for hate clicks. We have been developing that skill for many many many years so any time that you disrespect jason tatum in a national media outlet. Like that you are going to earn the ire of celtics fans and their cliques. Everywhere which i think is exactly what. Espn and puppy barks was going for here. Yeah i respect the. i'm sure. The analytics are robust and they. They have their their data. I mean the conversation. The hat on collective this week about lamelo. Who was number. Three in their list was about at this age. This number games played this. How it tracks and i don't means go charles barkley and say well i watch the game. I've seen jason tatum. Jaylen brown play in conference finals in that potential looks a lot more real than thirty games of lamelo ball just for context troops. Somehow someone has zina's yet. It goes luca. Zion lamelo ball donovan mitchell which. I didn't think i was offended this but donald mitchell over jason. Tatum doesn't make sense to me. Just data number five t on fox. Ben simmons booker obama. A bio shipbuilders alexander brandon ingram and then jaylen brown just ahead of drama. I don't really think it's a list matters..
"joan berry" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"Listen to the stories of men and women who transformed their lives using pure passion and cheer hard will to become the pioneers in their field and change the course of history. This is whiz rouge biography. Podcast the podcast. That helps you learn the real truth about successful. Personalities subscribe now to get access to future episodes. Charlie chaplin was born in london on sixteen april eighteen eighty nine to hannah. Chaplin and charles chaplin senior. His birth name was charles spencer chaplin his parents both music hall entertainers separated when he was two years old after that his mother struggled financially to raise her two sons without any support from her husband at the age of seven. Charlie chaplin was forced to earn money while studying at the school for pauper's to add to his problems. His mother developed a psychological condition due to malnutrition so she was admitted to a mental asylum. And charlie and his brother were sent to live with their father after they returned their mothers condition worsened. Day by day so young. Charlie had to sleep hungry on many days when he could not earn anything. It is during this time that charlie began performing on stage by chance. He became interested in stage performances. To take his mind away from his unfortunate life and his mother's condition he soon became a member of the clog dancing troupe. Which toured the holes of england to perform. He worked very hard to gain popularity among the masses. By this time. Charlie had abandoned his education and had become a time entertainer. Charlie then acted in the sherlock holmes. Show in front of live audiences in nationwide tours. Charlie's half brother was working fulltime in comedy sketches. By this time. Since charlie wanted to act in comedy shows he helped charlie getting some prominent comedy roles after a series of successful comedy shows on stage. Charlie entered the movie industry in nineteen fourteen and signed a deal with keystone studio. Few years later he formed his own distribution company. United artists in partnership with three other artists before the company was founded. Charlie married an actress named mildred harris. However charlie ended the marriage a few years later citing irreconcilable differences deriving from this traumatic experience in his own childhood memories. Charlie started filming for the kid which was a big hit after a string of successful films under his own banner. Charlie decided that his next film should be epic. He started filming the gold rush. It went on to become one of the highest grossing films of its time while shooting for this film. Charlie married for the second time however it turned out to be an unhappy marriage to which led to a bitter divorce while dealing with the divorce. Charlie was filming for the circus. He called the film a reminder of his troubled times after the circuses was released. The film industry saw the introduction of sound in movies. However charlie found the new technology absurd and continued to take silent films. City lights his next movie which was released in nineteen thirty one reached new heights of financial success and became one of his personal favorites in the nineteen forties. Charlie started voicing his political opinions in his films. He condemned the capitalist for war by selling weapons of mass destruction. Moreover during world war two he had the kated. The idea of the us soviet partnership so his image in the usa was tarnished blaming him for being a communist. Charlie was slapped with a paternity suit and nineteen forty-three after he refused to acknowledge the pregnancy of a budding actress. Name joan berry. Many charges were slapped against charlie by the fbi who wanted to damage charlie's image after learning about his political ideologies. Just two weeks. After the suit was filed news came. In that charlie had secretly married his trainee who know neil who know neal was charlie's fourth wife and remained with him until his death. They had eight children together. Charlie described this marriages the happiest years of his life. His next film was an auto biographical film called limelight. Many of his family members worked in this film. Since the theme was set in london. Charlie decided to hold the premiere of this film there so he left los angeles but once he left a usa his permit to reenter. The usa was revoked due to his political and moral behavior after being banned from the usa. Charlie chaplin and his family settled in switzerland. He spent the rest of his life even though he did take some films. He spent most of the last two decades of his life preparing his old movies for rerelease. Charlie suffered a minor stroke in the nineteen sixties and was confined to a wheelchair by the mid nineteen seventies an october nineteen seventy seven. Charlie suffered a stroke in his sleep and died at the age of eighty. Eight years if you want to listen to the biography of charlie chaplin in detail listened to episode. Two of our podcast. We thank all our patrons without whom this podcast wouldn't have been possible if you liked this episode and learn something from it. Please subscribe to our podcast and give us a five star rating in your favorite podcast app. It will cost nothing for you but help us a lot. Motivating us to continue making awesome episodes. If you have a suggestion for us please send us a tweet. You will find our twitter link in the episode description..
"joan berry" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"The film became one of the highest grossing films of that era the movie received five academy. Award. Nominations. Then, the nineteen forties Charlie started voicing his political opinions in his films and Monsieur Verdoux. He condemned the capitalists for encouraging war by selling weapons of mass destruction even though the film was a hit and other countries in the USA, it failed terribly during World War Two he also advocated the idea of a US Soviet partnership. So his image in the USA was tarnished blaming him for being a communist Charlie however denied being a communist. Then, Nineteen forty-three Charlie was slapped with a paternity suit after he refused to acknowledge the pregnancy of a budding actress named Joan Berry many charges were slapped against Charlie by the FBI who wanted to damage Charlie's image after learning about his political ideologies. What followed was a bitter court battle in one, thousand, nine, forty, four, Charlie was declared to be the child's father and. was ordered to pay child support to the mother till the age of twenty one, just two weeks after the suit was filed news came in that Charlie had secretly married his trainee who know, Neil this worsen Charlie's image O'Neill was Charlie's fourth wife and remained with him until his death they had eight children together. Charlie described this marriage the happiest years of his life. His next film was an autobiographical film called limelight. Many of his family members worked in this film since the theme was set in London Charlie decided to hold the premiere of this film there. So he left Los Angeles but once he left the USA his permit to reenter the USA was revoked due to his political and moral behavior after being banned from the USA Charlie Chaplin and his family settled in Switzerland. He spent the rest of his life there even though he did take some films he spent most of the last two decades of his life preparing his old movies for rerelease. The wards and honors? Charlie, received the International Peace Prize in Nineteen fifty-three for his contribution to global peace and friendship among nations..
"joan berry" Discussed on Science Friday
"A famous cat. He was famous for his womanizing and his predeliction for much younger women, and it's. Point in his career. He was. He was in his fifties. It was the early nineteen forties. He was accused of being the father of the baby of his young protege. A woman by the name of Joan berry. And so there was a very loud suit that was followed very closely by the newspapers and the suit, of course was was aim to determine whether Charlie Chaplin was. In fact, the father of this adorable red haired, baby, who would accompany her mother to the courtroom every day. And so the judge the, the lawyers presented that kind of typical evidence that would be shared in a paternity suit of this kind. There were various witnesses the handyman of Charlie Chaplin's estate who testified that he had seen this young woman leaving his house at odd hours of the night and testimony of that kind. But then, the lawyer brought in chaplains Laura brought in a very different kind of evidence namely. A blood test and three doctors presented their findings a couple of weeks before they had taken blood samples from chaplain. Joan bury the young woman, and her baby caroll-ann and tested, the, the blood types. Right. Determine the blood types and they discovered that the mother was type a blood, the baby type b and Charlie Chaplin type. Oh. In other words, he was not a compatible blood type and could not biologically have fathered that baby. So the jury disappears into its chambers and deliberates for several hours. It comes back into the courtroom and declares that Charlie Chaplin is, in fact, the father of baby Carol Anne, even though the science says that's impossible. Even though the science says that's impossible. So what is going on in this case? Well, the scientists have a field day. They say what is wrong with California. It is declared black is white, and white is black and up is down. Other critics said, you know, the problem is the law is to conservative. It doesn't keep up with the science, the jurors are ignorant, and they don't understand. But I think there's something else going on here. That's, that's actually more interesting than either of those explanations. And that's that the jury really understands paternity in a very different way than the doctors. So for the for the jury paternity is a social relationship, it derives from Chaplin's room. Antic relationship with the mother as opposed to his biological relationship with her child. And so, and that goes back to what we were talking about earlier, is that turn? Ity is assigned rather than, you know, a genetically determined. That's exactly right. So we see the rise of these new technologies and new meth scientific methods for knowing the father over the course of the twentieth, century. And indeed by the nineteen forty s blood group science is pretty indisputable. I mean, there's a, there's a very strong scientific consensus that blood types, therefore blood types, and their inherited according to incontrovertible laws, and yet, we can see even in a courtroom a very different logic playing. So how did the blood test emerges, the best technique protesting paternity because in your book, you point out all the pseudoscience that came before it? That's right. And, and in fact, in, in the book, I really I talk about this, the pseudoscience and the, you know, quote unquote real science in the same breath. Because I think, you know, in retrospect, in hindsight, it's very clear which of these techniques, worked in which techniques didn't. But that wasn't obvious at all at the time. Right. So we have the certain kind of hubris of hindsight, where we can say while the blood group tests, obviously worked, and using fingerprints, and electronic blood tests didn't work. But that wasn't that wasn't obvious at the time. So I think it's important to keep that in mind, so but blood group tests were a really important way of an enduring way of knowing the father, they emerge really in the nineteen twenties out of blood group research, which dates back to really the turn of the twentieth, century. So, by the nineteen twenties, scientists know that therefore human blood groups that they are inherited their passed from parent to child, according to these immutable, laws that those laws are predictable. And therefore, that blood groups are useful, potentially for knowing if not who the father is at least who the father is not because, of course, blood groups can exclude certain impossible fathers, but they can..
"joan berry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"All right. All right. So, you know, it really got me thinking all this Oscar stuff just about you know, Hollywood and Saint Paul Minnesota. Hollywood is just the stuff that has gone on in the business of making movies. And we're all watching I am the night on TNT with Chris pine. Story to drop out. Do I need to hang in there? There's only seven episodes. It's kind of an interesting true story. I'd love to do a vintage scandal on that after it's over. Okay. Because we don't want to spoil. But it's like, you think about Hollywood and all the stuff that has gone on in both both Hollywood and scandal have gun just hand in hand in hand. There have been ways of doing it and Charlie Chaplin, if you think about him who's really, you know, the first movie star granted, he's a is silent. Starwood. He became a worldwide icon in the twenties when it's just newspapers, you know, there's nothing I mean, you think about how famous he became through his the tramp. Do you ever see Robert Downey junior? No. Robbed an Academy Awards for that. That he was very very good. Did you see that movie? I've never have. Well, I think one of the reasons why the Charlie Chaplin wide that movie. Maybe didn't do so. Well, and it didn't get more recognition. He's had a bad rap. Well, he had a very rough childhood. Okay. Charleston, Charlie Chaplin, he was a child in London poverty hardship has father is absent his mother financially struggled. I mean, I remember he's born in eighteen eighty nine. So he's ten years old and whatever year that is nineteen. I mean, you know, poor. And when he was fourteen is mom went into a mental asylum. And that's what they were then and they were and at nineteen and then he just kind of again doing performing an early age, and he just sort hanging out at music halls. So he's got this kind of great story because it starts out. You know, just like, you know, like a movie would right? And he's considered one of the most important figures in the history of the film industry because his his career really went seventy five years from childhood and Victorian era until a year before he died in nineteen seventy seven. And it was adulation, and then the controversy because of course, the thing with Charlie Chaplin tinny like young women his personal life was brimming with scandal. And this may have been way the movie was how do you gloss over? I mean, we were talking this week about bohemian rhapsody and then green book, and you know, how not all the old green book. You know? Didn't does it have the scandal is just the Don Shirley's family. Just disagreed the point of view of the movie that in and of itself isn't a scandal because those two really were traveling together, and there was a green. But you know, what I mean? So anyway, but Charlie Chaplin, so what stood out about him? He was married four times. And he's the father of eleven children, and what was always odd for Charlie Chaplin, and what made it hard to address in any movie about him is her age of his wife's. They were very young. He was twenty nine years old when he married his first wife who was sixteen again. Did it back then? All right when that marriage failed. He moved onto another young bride who also happen to be sixteen when they are married. And now, he's even older that marriage ended in divorce, and it came with a lot of scandal when his wife accused him of forcing her to have an abortion when she was pregnant and this scandal. What year we talking did that one take place in the third wife? Let's see here. I just wondered are these in the thirties. Are we in the twenty s still I have to do? The math wife was Meriden twenty four divorced in twenty seven the second wife. Okay. He I mean, he had all kinds of also, you know, he was very popular with the ladies. Yes. What do you like to be married to the sixteen year olds? And. No, he just did. And so we found that's true. Yeah. Man of all age wanna be married. They don't go as low as sixteen but twenty two twenty four. Yeah. And it dented his reputation them when that second marriage and did. Yeah. But he married two more times. Yes. Including and both of those women, and including his last wife, she made a bit in nineteen, but I'll always teenage brides. Yeah. Was Charlie Chaplin's thing and sweet spot that that that really was. So I mean, he just it was really in the forties when his fortunes changed for him from like nineteen thirty two to fifty two. His glory days are behind him. He did that movie The Great Dictator where he did a satire of Hitler. And that was a speaking move speaking one you spent two years developing the script he did all of this stuff. He was a brilliant about making movies. Okay. And anyway, he felt he was determined to make the world laugh at Hitler. Yes. So that happened yet? But still he wanted he replaced the tramp while wearing similar tire with you know, anyway, so anyway, but that did not really got a lot of publicity and people called it the most eagerly awaited photo of the year. And it was one of the biggest our picture of the year is one of the biggest moneymakers, but the ending was unpopular generated a lot of controversy. And then people were like, they're, you know, and then Charlie Chaplin did the end of the movie with a five minute speech where he just sort of lectured everybody, and no one could then separate him. This plane is politician kind of caricature from his beloved film. He kind of did that to himself. Yeah. And and then O'Neill he had all these trials. He had an affair with this aspiring actress named Joan berry and. She was arrested twice after they broke up. She was obsessed with him. And then she said she was pregnant with his child, and and she filed paternity he was just having one thing after the other than J. Edgar Hoover started investigating him for crying out loud. No. He really has this incredible. They I think they could never figure out how to make this too much like there's too much to even make more about him. But he's really an interesting person. And he did get smeared by the J Edgar Hoover headed up the FBI and in his autobiography he described meeting eighteen year old own O'Neill. Who is the daughter of the American playwright Eugene O'Neill he was fifty four and she. And he said, it was the happiest moment of his life. And that he finally found perfect love, and they did have eight children over eighteen years. She was married to him until he died. So anyway, yeah, just really I kind of forgot that she was Eugene O'Neill's daughter. How you want someone to name their kid Eugene Eugene, gene out here that anymore because you're obsessed with Eugene Levy, I know that show that reasonable just call ships creek. Yes. So anyway, but he was introduced to own a by a film agent and seven months later, he talked her into marrying him house eighteen and he was fifty four and Hollywood was scandalized. But. Channels have coming on Lori. No. And and I guess chaplain. Son, Charles junior said worshiped him, which that seem that would be the dynamic of an eighteen year old with a fifty four year old who he know she'd probably like just had like happy childhood memory. You know who knows and he was probably dashing and handsome. But anyway, he just has a very interesting. He was banned from the United States. He's got just like such a good. It would be a good book to read. Yeah. And of course, you know. It does just kind of made me wanna take a peek at Robert Downey junior playing. Yeah. Charlie chaplin. Seeing if he was indeed robbed that year. We get another snowy weekend jewelry. I think it could be an assignment I could actually. We're going to get Snowden, and again, I'm gonna get snowed in a better cabin. That's gonna be fun. Kevin welcome. Am. I totally am I invited. What what is that? I know. I all right. So that's it. That's it. I was just like reminiscing. He came back to the US twenty years nineteen seventy-two he came back to receive his honorary Oscar. Yeah. So Hollywood kinda came all the way around on on him. So anyway, all right next week. What are we gonna talk about Ingrid Bergman, betrayal? No, I don't know. Recently.