17 Burst results for "Joe Mantegna"

"joe mantegna" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:32 min | 3 months ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"In Hollywood together on the marquee network. I'm going to talk about Joe mantegna and Bill Hader and the Hollywood and ivy show. Also, Nick degelius in That should be weird. Steve Cochran, that's tomorrow morning on the big 89 WLS screaming at the sky, foaming at the mouth, clawing at the face, use as directed the Dan bongino show. So just sum it up today's show before I get to some of your calls. Folks, the Second Amendment case at a Supreme Court was enormous. It was an affirmation of your God given rights. They're not constitution given, right? So maybe constitutionally protected, but they're granted to you by God you are born with the right to defend yourself. I don't ask, I'm not asking. We're not asking other human beings for that right. You understand, lefties listen to me. We're not asking. Nobody is asking you. I don't require your permission to defend myself or my family. You understand that. Am I being understood clearly? We're not asking you. I don't know what part of that you thought was a question. It's a right. And all the nonsense you spout about, you know, fire in a movie that it's not true. No one puts duct tape over your face before you go in the movie theater before you exercise your right to free speech and then have to pay the price if you do something like that. It's not even a real thing. Again, it's Brandenburg versus Ohio threw all that out. I'm going to get to it on my tomorrow's podcast

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on WTOP

"Ashburn 71° in district heights at 9 41 Are you having a barbecue this weekend Well that dent in your wallet might be just a little bit deeper Inflation is taking a bite out of your Memorial Day cookout The price of a steak is up 11.8% compared to this time last year Ground beef rose 14.8% your burger fixings like lettuce and cheese are also seen price hikes While hot dogs are about 7% more expensive Need some booze to wash all those high prices down The cost of alcoholic beverages is higher than last year but not by much Vera is up by 5% and wine is up one and a half percent Stacey Lynn CBS News The national Memorial Day concert returns in person after two years of being virtual It will air live on PBS from the west lawn of the U.S. capitol at 8 p.m. tonight You got to do it virtually It'll be nice to be back on site in front of the capital Joe mantegna co hosts the concert once again with Gary Sinise Joe started in 2002 I think was his first show Mine was 2005 So I've been doing it with Joe ever since Sinise also plays in the lieutenant Dan band named after his role in Forrest Gump It just wants to be a great military leader He gets that cut out from under him losing his legs and battle he's dealing with post traumatic stress alcohol abuse but he's lifted again He's successful He's moving on in life He's standing up on.

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on WTOP

"Thank you Ben The top stories were following for you this afternoon on WTO P president Joe Biden delivered the commencement address today at the university of Delaware the president urged students there to help heal a nation that's been shaken by two recent mass shootings Meanwhile in Texas the NRA is holding its annual meeting in Houston around 300 miles from the uvalde school shooting Virginia lieutenant governor when some Earl Sears spoke there defending gun rights This is a pricey holiday getaway Gas prices are at their highest heading into Memorial Day since 2012 nationally regular gas now averages four 60 a gallon Metro expects to put up to 64 of the 7000 series railcars back on the tracks in the next few months The cars were pulled from service in October after a trained railman on the blue line Metro says it still doesn't know what caused the wheels to drift apart Stay with WTO P for more on these stories in just minutes Craig Morgan and Rhiannon giddens are among the performers for the national Memorial Day concert in Washington that will be shown on PBS stations on Sunday Joe mantegna and Gary Sinise will host the concert from the national mall it will celebrate 100 years of the Lincoln Memorial and pay tribute to late general Colin Powell who spoke at the Memorial Day concert for years Country singer Craig Morgan says Memorial Day has always meant a lot to him As a veteran I recognize what Memorial Day truly represents It's not just a weekend at the late with hot dogs and beers It's an opportunity for us to remember those that have made the ultimate sacrifice Others who will appear including a salonga Brian stokes Mitchell Mary McCormick and Jean Smart I'm Archie's arletta Coming up in money news What kind of mortgage can you get for a house that's not even built yet I'm Jeff label Three 48.

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:27 min | 4 months ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on WTOP

"Not to drive With gas prices painfully high triple-A says about 39 million people plan to travel over the long weekend Andrew gross says 88% of them plan to drive We've never had a Memorial Day travel period where so many people are going to be going by car At the same time you have these high gas prices Dan Johnson and Pennsylvania has a family graduation to attend You really didn't have a choice and we just topped it up and you know whatever the gas price is we have to unfortunately have to pay for it Gross says the pandemic is part of the reason people just want to get out and go Oil market researcher Jim burckhardt at S&P Global expects no relief from high gas prices through the summer Especially if Americans drive in great numbers which is what's expected to happen And there is little relief for flyers Prices for airline tickets are up to I'm Ed Donahue getting away for the holiday weekend can involve hours of driving in conditions that are less than ideal that can take a toll on you physically What I tend to find the most is back problems Doctor Sebastian Cohen is a physical therapist with Kaiser permanente All sorts of people come and tell me I was in the car for 7 hours I got up and bam I went down to the ground He says frequent stops are good There's a lot of standing up you know maybe put your hands on your hips bend backwards a little bit And just kind of keep that back in all the different ranges of motion Also putting a rolled up towel behind your back at belt level helps your spines alignment and on long plane rides if you can't get up Do like a lot of ankle movements make the right little alphabets with your ankle do a little pointing The national Memorial Day concert returns in person after two years of being virtual It will air live on PBS from the west lawn of the U.S. capitol at 8 o'clock Sunday Night You got to do it virtually It'll be nice to be back on site in front of the capitol Joe mantegna co hosts the concert once again with Gary Sinise Joe started in 2002 I think was his first show Mine was 2005 So I've been doing it with Joe ever since Sinise also plays in the lieutenant Dan band named after his role in Forrest Gump It just wants to be a great military leader He gets that cut out from under him losing his legs in battle He's dealing with post traumatic stress alcohol abuse but he's lifted again He's successful He's moving on in life He's standing up on new legs and he's going to make it Find out more on W two P dot com Jason WTP news Just into the WTO newsroom Southern Baptist leaders tonight.

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:05 min | 4 months ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on WTOP

"You've all Texas survivors of the mass shooting telling their stories about what happened as grieving parents are now trying to find the strength to plan funerals for the 19 children who were killed along with two teachers in that elementary school Law enforcement officials facing questions and some criticism over how much time elapsed before they stormed the school classroom where the shooter had barricaded himself 40 minutes to an hour went by between when officers first encountered the gunman and when he was shot dead A state appeals court ruling today that former president Trump must answer questions under oath in New York State civil investigation of his business practices a four judge panel in the appellate division of the state's trial court upholding an earlier ruling and forcing subpoenas for Trump and his two eldest children to give a deposition testimony in the attorney general letitia James investigation Stay with WTO more coming up on these stories in just a few minutes The national Memorial Day concert returns in person after two years of being virtual It will air live on PBS from the west lawn of the U.S. capitol Sunday Night at 8 o'clock We had to do it virtually It'll be nice to be back on site in front of the capital Joe mantegna co hosts the concert once again with Gary Sinise Joe started in 2002 I think was his first show Mine was 2005 So I've been doing it with Joe ever since Sinise also plays in the lieutenant Dan band named after his role in Forrest Gump It just wants to be a great military leader He gets that cut out from under him losing his legs in battle he's dealing with post traumatic stress alcohol abuse but he's lifted again He's successful He's moving on in life He's standing up on new legs and he's going to make it Find out more on WTO P dot com Jason fraile WT have been news Coming up for you in money news 500 points And appropriate replacement for dce headquarters I'm Jeff label 1218 Traffic.

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"I did the same thing. With william petersen you know scott you talked about to live and die in la earlier. I mean that was another actor. I became obsessed with at a certain point. And i remember going to this movie. So excited for sean bean. Because i loved him as trevelyan in goldeneye and i was disappointed to see him leave early and i think i was thrown by the sheer sweaty panicked performance. He was given but it also robs us of something that i think would be a cliche at this point. Which is the. We've gotta kill sean. Bean early kind of idea. This doesn't give you that. And i love that. I'm trying to think how they would have often at that point. What would be showing beans demise in ronin. I mean his character was so pathetic it would have been a very sad pitiful mercy killing. I think he could have been taken out by this by the sniper by the bridge that would have been the easiest way guy pathetic. Maybe he'd like trips on a rock and then bangs his head and dies from like the blunt force injury on the ground. It's quite boss character. Yeah what about you cam. Did you have any final thoughts on the film The only other thing i noticed was that really jumped out to me. That i enjoyed was deniro's character has a thing about repetition that he does throughout this movie. It's a weird little character work. I don't know if that came from mamat or the original script but just the fact deniro will come up with a line and just keep repeating it. Like when he's wanting sean bean to redraw the the little graphic on the whiteboard and he saying drought again drought again drought again and he keeps doing that and he does that throat. The movie where he'll lock on to some sort of line and then repeated over and over again. I thought it was really effective for that character. And kind of underlines probably an obsessive attention to detail that he would have with his job that that does feel whether it is definitely a mammoth thing. I couldn't say but it sure feels like it. That's that's very characteristic of the kind of thing that he would do in that just to make that evident and and we do see that detail oriented. You'll the questions that he keeps asking but he's not getting the answers to just you know he wants every piece of information he can get and that that's maybe he is a little bit. Ocd yet quite possible. And i think mamat is very good at understanding. The world's he's working in. Whether it's you know house of games or glengarry glen ross it would make sense to me if he is punching up the script and his role was to boosted the niro character that he would wanna bring a bit of authenticity to the idea of a guy who's been in the cia working as a top operative. So i totally buy that now. Actually just can't stop thinking about. Joe montana being the being the salmon wondering what that would have looked like i could a worked could work for sure. I think deniro is the one that gets this movie. green lit and put on many thousands of movie screens. I don't know that. Joe mantegna done that but it would have been very interesting. Indie film with much. Smaller car chases.

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on American Outdoor News Magazine

American Outdoor News Magazine

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on American Outdoor News Magazine

"Second Amendment is very very important to me and for reasons that I think because I think there's a huge section of our part of that doesn't quite get it. It doesn't quite understand it when I don't understand it. I'm not saying that they that they just don't have the the knowledge that I think they should have is to understand the depth of it and that it's not just an amendment that was put there like we think everybody should have a gun and that's it than I think. Many people believe that they think what's a crazy amendment that might have worked in the seventeen hundreds but that doesn't apply today. We should get rid of that almost like saying well we have a first amendment call real freedom of speech be cavalier about that. Second Amendment you have to be cavalier about the first one. So where do you draw the line so another way without the second one? You don't have the first one and that's what I think people don't understand. I understand it. It's been misused and abused in the sense that it only works if you have an educated responsible honest populous. What a founding fathers hoped was going to happen we in this course of in this nation of course every day hope will happen. We hope that like that like individuals and we all we all go our own way. We're a nation of immigrants in this country but we all want to follow the same kind of rules regulations and stuff wherever it is and so that second amendment. There's a reason the founding fathers made that the Second Amendment because they knew they. We're going to start. Let's let's start at the top. What's most important our freedoms the most important to have that freedom of speech? That's going to be the most important thing. How do we protect that? We need to have that thing. That's got nothing to do with people who misuse that privilege. People guys you'RE GONNA start. You know illegal lean. Start shooting people doing that. That doesn't necessarily negate. What the Second Amendment. You don't say that'd be like saying. Oh I see. This guy jumped the curb with that car and killed all these people with his car. We'd better better think about banning cars. Yeah I mean it's really. Is that same kind of logic. I understand people get killed by firearms every day and I understand. People get killed unfortunately due to misuse of them and people using them. You know criminals using them and all that but that doesn't negate the ninety nine percent of the people in this country that understand you know realize this is this is this is. This is part of our heritage part of the foundation of keeps. This country keeps US free. Who really does because you can't have the logic because didn't work in other countries where they said. Yeah what's this on the populace? We'll just trust the military and the and the the police and the governing those in charge. They'll take care of us hasn't always worked yet in this country. We still before years. Even every two years we're peacefully go to the polls and vote and change sometimes completely changed the power structure. That doesn't happen all over this planet and the places where it happens. The least are the places when people say anything about it. Anyway it's almost like you've you almost surrendered and said look. This is your volume. Good luck. So that's why it's important it's important amendment to me Well One last thing you'd have put you on this five year.

"joe mantegna" Discussed on American Outdoor News Magazine

American Outdoor News Magazine

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on American Outdoor News Magazine

"There's all kinds of different innovations that changed you shoot and they continue to so I mean It's an ongoing process but along the way when you have people like you know a Collision Kalashnikov for people like Joan Brownie. Have these these inventors? Guys they move. They move the process forward because there are the they felt like tests large or even Davinci in the sense that they they they see something in there that you know moves. Everything forward. The innovative changes. Yeah those kinds of guys still exist today. I mean we were out at the Benelli Factory. And there'd be no Italy to follow markle was very much much of the of Vanilla. Here's a guy who's a modern day browning in so it's it's it's it's always interesting to to to see how these things are. The industry progresses unusual. Well it's been a few. I mean say that that French bull pup is rely on the top five. I would say I mean. Sometimes there there was a few guns that were that were made for clandestine kind of work. I mean I've I've we did an episode where I dealt with a gun basically was also a brass knuckle but also was a gun. So I mean if the gun misfired. I can see punch the guy you know. Because it had the barrels coming out of the part that was kind of. Yeah close combat. Many had guns were canes. There were belts guns. They were pens. So you mean if they've all have fun ways corporate firearms some into all kinds of different things so those are probably the most innovative obscure and kind of like. Wow you know probably have a light light long shelf life because novelty novelty couldn't count on it probably over the long run but they do exist and it did happen. It just shows the imagination of these inventors at of old goes that you reviewed. Which one do you think had the most impact of firearms? Okay Well that's that's a good question too. I mean I think in many ways you think you got you almost have to say the twenty two room fire has had a huge impact. Because you know it's has sustained so long I mean here was something was probably prevalent in civil war. Yeah and you think about it today. There's still making these wonderful little twenty twos and still fairly cheap way to shoot and enjoy the shooting sports. That are not too loud in there so I mean I like everything absolutely. I think everything is still appreciate everything about like the twenty two rim fire. You know Browning's you know. Eventually the the nine hundred eleven is it was important. Because that's that's that's my favorite kind of go to kind of gun caliber configurations the One. I've been carrying on criminal minds for last eleven years version of that. Nineteen eleven configuration. So I mean I think that's something that's held up through two world wars and beyond so There's there's a lot of things out there and get into the rifle's stuff lever actions that were big cowboy. Days are still popular today if not more and you still have the cowboys sheets. That's still incorporate stuff. Like forty five long Colt and stuff like that and so The the the good stuff. The stuff that endures. That does just that isn't tourists so stuff that was prop one hundred years ago sometimes. Two Hundred Years Ago Dr Steve Shooting black powder and doing all of that.

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on American Outdoor News Magazine

American Outdoor News Magazine

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on American Outdoor News Magazine

"American. Outdoor News podcast. Today we're going to be speaking to detective Rossi from Criminal Minds Joey Zaza Godfather three and the host of gun stories. Joe Montana okay. I'm Chris Avena. I'm here with Joe. Montana. A gun stories Star of screen TV producer. Credits go on and on xtra please. Can you tell me a little bit about ghost? Stories have that combat stores started at about seven years ago. Starting our eight season now but pretty much all it was was a you know Tim Kremlin. And and Michael Bane to produce direct right to show came up with outdoor challenge and I think they must have read somewhere I was a shooting enthusiasts. I mean bones about that over the course of my career and They basically random email to my website and my assistant read it. Been with me many years those that I do have an interest in these things came to Mrs. You know got this thing to look into it so sure. Let's look inward so basically these two guys flew out from one from Oklahoma one from Colorado. Met Me on the set of criminal minds. Were my day job for the last eleven years. Thank you and they pitched me this idea about me hosting the show that would deal with the you know the history basically history of firearms impact on the world. It just sounded very interesting to me. And I'm a big believer of like you know something comes your way and sounds interesting. Let's check it out. What better be doing something enough? You know I've checked it out and check it out over seven years season so it's been great now. You show many shoot. Have you you well? It's difficult because I've certainly shot a lot. I mean I think about it. I've shot is everything from under twenty two caliber to over fifty caliber. I run the Gamut of firearms from handguns. Two pistol to rifles shotguns to just military weapons. The whole nine yards. But you know the history of firearms is also the history of the world. I mean it just is from the go back to when gunpowder was invented to today. It's limitless. I mean we can do a could probably do five hundred episodes stories and still not go back over every and every country I mean. Every country has a history so we delve into firms every country. So so the history of the gun you know aside from even what its functions in each nation's history is really important so our will also deal with that..

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Talk radio and we are back with the person to go clean so I was looking so forward to our next guest you have seen and heard him on too many fantastic roles to count I put out the word well that's code for bragging I started bragging about interviewing him and my social media exploded Joe Mantegna joins as PR news maker line it to tell us about his role in co hosting I love this event every year I can't believe we're coming up on it again the upcoming thirty first annual national Memorial Day concert show welcome to be here I was so happy to have you here okay briefly mentioned it before when I was bragging on social media about having you on it went bananas you are so beloved I had people sending in their favor quotes of yours from everything from the money pits I just thought she was good looking wall this is complete with pictures like your quote superimposed on a picture people sending in I kind of like a dozen of your best quotes from criminal minds we're gonna listen to Tony on vinyl drink some eighteen year olds got you went on and on so coast to coast people love you they are so delighted they'll be able to see you and so many others at this year's annual national Memorial Day concert in these crazy times we love that kind of entertainment is so appreciated tell your fans a bit more about the upcoming concert if you would well this year in particular it's going to be pretty much the best of our past concerts that we've done over thirty one years because obviously we've we've we've will prevent it from doing their normal life performance on the west lawn of the capitol world sometimes get over two hundred thousand people will show up for it but we always broadcasted on PBS and if you miss this collection of of great performances over the years will be again will be on PBS at eight to nine thirty check your local PBS stations but we're also gonna be streaming it on Facebook YouTube if you just go to our website that you go to the PBS dot org national Memorial Day concert will give you all the information but it's going to be at an incredible show I'm looking forward to the first of all be able to watch it to see some great acts that we have which include people like Sam Elliott trace Adkins Cynthia Revo Laurence Fishburne Renee Fleming Christopher Jackson Larry McCormack you several of my my dear friend to carry sentences co hosting with me together courted some new segments fourth though to connect some of the segments that we're doing a real Colin Powell's back yet because he is with us every year cece Winans to assist in in that in that ninety minute show you watch that show when you understand what Memorial Day is all about in this in this particular year will also be saluting all our new heroes the first responders and all the people who've been able have been calling on in our day to day lives even just getting her groceries delivered her you know getting their mail delivered and things like that so I think if this is gonna be a very special concert over at a very special time are not just our nation's history but in our world history and I'm looking forward to seeing it myself yeah it's so true and you touch on so many important points there I mean we've got these the crazy times were living and if someone would have told us both in January what to expect coming Morial day we would've laughed out loud so we're obviously not doing the concert on the national mall much as everybody loves it there year after year but it's a smart move you gotta do what you gotta do and you guys have a great back up plan that's going to allow all of these amazing performances my god the names you just listed all those performances to take place but you guys can do social distancing maybe not the same venue but we can still have all the fun without all the fat and calories what kind of feedback are you getting from people on the new venue any push back I wouldn't think so no no no I think so so many of our past performers wanted to be a part of the show that we have people of multitude of of of A. list people all recording in a little little little little shout out to people to thank you know not just our military bill as I said everybody was because we had had to step up in the search certainly this time a crisis right now and so the show is going to be kind of peppered with a lot of those things as well so like I say I think this very well could be one of our most very special concerts ever and that's what I'm really looking forward to it two looking forward to it myself all that you are and we're here in the Philadelphia area of war were recording and we've got listeners coast to coast we are very blessed with our listeners while we were skating speed back on Facebook they love this event every year and this one nurse that works down at shop children's hospital of Philadelphia has a husband in the military and she absolutely she just sent me this huge all capital letters messaging on Facebook please thank him for all of this the event couldn't be better timed world gonna be so grateful to have an event where we can just enjoy all of these incredible American performers all these patriots coming together to show thanks for very appreciated so just know that for every one person like the nurse to chop there are hundreds of thousands who really want to express their their thanks for that so good stuff now I've got a couple minutes left I got to get in so it feels like oh god I hope anyway like we're on the tail end of this whole quarantine at lifestyle well worth it the safety is paramount but depending on where you're listening in the country we got a few days left to go so big question from your fans are your top five your go to moves to keep from going nuts in quarantine Phil are you doing a lot of zooming little reading snacking all of the above all at the same time enquiring minds want to know yeah I think I think all of it but we certainly would be the answer there is everything that kind of been a part of my daily routine here you know it's a wake up call I think for the whole world that we would have to be very introspective of all of our selves and our surroundings and our families and all that and so it's almost like putting the pause for a minute the thing I take a deep breath you know this isn't going to last forever so let's just kind of reconnoiter and kind of see where we're at here alone how can we improve things like we change things so that when things go back to whatever the new normal will be how can we make it even better I mean that's all I mean I think it's just that I mean I think it's just understanding we have to be take care of ourselves and take care of each other by doing that it'll come through this a little better than we were yeah we absolutely well in our show is generally a lifestyle personal financial and the introspection that people have had with regards to what seemed really important you know at the end of January compared to now with regards to loved ones and just priorities eat you nailed it it is absolutely something that gives you a crystal clear lens with which to observe what's going on and maybe how we want to prep for anything like this that god forbid may come down in the future as well very true step second up and I wish I had the name to go with this this came in for more than one person do you have any family in Italy and how are they doing fingers crossed that all is well in your family tree a quick exit do have quite a bit of family in Italy that I'm very close to and thank god they are doing to you know they're doing well I mean obviously that that there was you know it was this troubling time early on when we went there there in this whole crisis but they're doing well they're getting through it and you know I'm thrilled for them and and hopefully you know won't be too long before we can all look on that kind of international travel and be able to them coming here us going there and and resuming a somewhat normal kinda lifestyle again but the I thank the fans for asking how absolutely amen to that and what is going to be because we're all making this list to ourselves these days what are going to be the top two or three things you can't wait to do when things go back to our new kind of semi normal you're traveling or you start a new project what's on your go to list once those things that mean that you you know in terms of my you know what I was able to finish you know what I was lucky to be able to you know finish our fifteenth and final season of criminal minds and that was very proud to have done that a few other things in the pipeline waiting waiting to happen so I'm kind of using this period to kind of look at him but as I said just kind of take a deep breath get ready because when things get busy local probably get very busy and I feel very blessed to be able to make a career for over fifty years old doing what I enjoy doing even in high school which is you know being an actor and social very blessed to have that opportunity and so for all look at all in it for me tomorrow that would be less when the complainant I've had a great ride but I look forward to you know things getting back to some some normality and be able to do it again you know some new project move forward that's all like everybody else well I tell you what that humility and greatness and down to earth and talent you've got an open Mike any time Joe Mantegna I knew the time if I have a wonderful time at this year's show you got an open Mike any time please join us again whatever you wish that will be right back right after this.

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on 600 WREC

"For podcasts newsradio one oh five five WBRC one o'clock I'm chilled euro fox news that's what the White House coronavirus task forces telling Americans venturing out for the Memorial Day weekend the president this morning tweeted that he sees the number of cases are dropping the number of deaths going down however the White House remains focused on major cities like Chicago Los Angeles and DC we heard from Dr Deborah Burks on fox news Sunday who encouraged Americans to take every precaution they can't we need to be wearing masks in public when we can not social distance it's really critically important we have the scientific evidence of how important mask wearing is the administration said the U. S. continues to have a strong stockpile of ventilators for weeks the administration has been sending it applies to other countries now the White House plans to send lease one thousand to Brazil fox is mark Meredith at the White House as Americans pay tribute to the nation's fallen heroes this weekend to many events are online even in the nation's capital famous Memorial Day concert in Washington DC that's going to be a tape program instead of a live program that we're used to seeing airing tonight the hosts actors Gary Sinise and Joe Mantegna there at a remote location but I'm told the show will feel like Washington DC Arlington National Cemetery another place where thousands had this weekend into tomorrow the famous tradition of putting two hundred plus thousand flags on each head stone would not want that you're just done by a smaller group there also were told that possibly president trump will be making a trip tomorrow to Arlington National Cemetery Sox's David sponsor and New York governor Andrew Cuomo reporting a slight uptick in the number of virus deaths in his daily briefing he said there were one hundred nine deaths yesterday after eighty four on Friday still the numbers held steady near a hundred over the past week the number of deaths nationwide is approaching one hundred thousand Americans is listing fox news right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but will the uncertainty of current world news drag down.

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Up to K. what hair products to use whichever products Mel better I don't know what advice here's your forecast two major areas of wet weather around the country are moving very slowly and in fact if you saw rain yesterday chances are that rain continues for you today first along the Atlantic seaboard from Virginia northward into New Jersey will continue to see heavy showers especially for the Delmarva peninsula and portions of eastern Pennsylvania moving out of the Pittsburgh area as we go through the day today from Atlanta northward to New York City either clouds or rain throughout the day that system parked over the Dakotas yesterday moving off to the east for Wisconsin Minnesota portions of Missouri picking up a quite a bit of precip today now from Indiana into eastern Kentucky will remain dry for the intermountain west we will see continued heavy snow in the higher elevations of the Rockies your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout Washington's mall one of five point nine FM W. N. H. L. where Washington comes to talk this is what's going on mornings on the mall nine AM I cannot be the only person thinking this right now everything you need to start your day the latest forecast access and the lease and the stories behind the headlines you all bring them down mornings on the mall with Mary weekdays five ten nine AM five point nine FM Washington's mall W. M. A. L. an American tradition continues join me Joe Mantegna my co host Gary Sinise for special presentation of the national Memorial Day concert with performances and tributes from around the country honoring all our American heroes featuring general Colin Powell Cynthia Revo trace Adkins Renee Fleming Kelli o'hara and merry McCormick the national Memorial Day concert Sunday may twenty fourth eight seven central only on PBS sponsored by Lockheed Martin corporation and American Airlines many websites selling medication may look professional and legitimate but the vast majority of sites selling prescription drugs are doing so illegally have you seen websites that don't require a prescription or offer to ship medicine internationally then you've seen a rogue website often they sell fake meds with too little too much.

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"It's Memorial Day weekend in the nation's capital although this year it might be a little bit different coming up next we're going to speak to the host of the Memorial Day concert on the mall Joe Mantegna you expect yes stay with us seven one seven which will be chilly.

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"People maybe I think it's too slow and a lot of states especially New York success that's we're seeing as fifty states begin different phases every opening the biggest win the first one Georgia well in other areas crackdowns continue and people want to jump the gun and the pain of the national shut down process joining me now is Gary Sinise's industry is totally shut down look the matter how much money you have success you have fame or lack thereof everyone's been affected by something for the first time in my life and I'm seeing it if you're an actor or performer if you're a producer or a lighting person all you of his ground to a halt there's just no business you rent are vis to bands think about the ramifications of the ripple effect of what we've been dealing with a Lexus L. over the last few months meanwhile this week is going to be Memorial Day it's a time it's a going to be a different moral day than ever before kicking off I understand kicking off the US this summer the traditionally but a lot of beaches is shut down for the one thing is for sure there's one thing you could do to feel the patriotism that is tune in Sunday may twenty fourth on PBS eight to nine thirty eastern time as they pay tribute to our troops so Memorial Day weekend co hosting this great show is Tony winning award actor Joe Mantegna but our good friend who's also won an Emmy Gary Sinise this is the thirty first annual concert event and Gary is going to be like no other thanks so much for joining us great thank me Brian good to be back so right Hey I know you guys take this already how did you do it and what part how did you pull this off well.

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on WTOP

"Thirty six bed hospital at St Elizabeths east in ward eight to open in twenty twenty four pending council approval and a two hundred and twenty five bit Howard University hospital on Georgia Avenue in ward one hopefully to be completed by twenty twenty six John Aaron WTOP news three twenty one Friday morning may first to what is normally peak season for tourism in DC has been shut down by the coronavirus but there is a strategy in place to lure visitors back one two the health emergency is final Lee over decimated is the word Elliot Ferguson used repeatedly in our interview to describe DC's tourism industry he's president and CEO of destination DC since March eleven large meetings or conventions that were supposed to be held in the district have been canceled for a loss of at least eighty six and a half million dollars and hotel occupancy in the city right now is less than ten percent but once travel restrictions ease he says they are first marketing the city to would be visitors who live a four hour drive away or closer the second phase will target areas where people can catch direct flights to the nation's capital Michelle Basch WTOP news resigned the coronavirus as well shaking up the annual national Memorial Day concerts for the first time in fact in thirty years it will not be held on the west lawn of the U. S. capitol capital concerts will instead present a special ninety minute broadcast on Sunday may twenty fourth yes Gary Sinise returns to host with Joe Mantegna who previously told WTOP I think it's our most important holiday because the one holiday that allows.

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Number three the rich Eisen show on the air and I just had a great chat with Joe Mantegna in our in our green room he's back here once again criminal minds is debuting its fifteenth and final season wow on Wednesday night fifteen years is a very long run and and Joe's been on the show since two thousand seven his first year was the Brady Bella check undefeated season you lie manning's first of two championships against the knowing the pages for New York Giants team that just hired New England special teams assistant Joe judge that's the way I'm kind of bringing it all together see how I weave it in coach row coach sh mall will be a headline if if they have the gumption they want to put it out there in the same way when Joe Torre got hired clueless Joe was the headline wow yeah because the Yankees went and got them former Mets manager in a retread out of the broadcast booth what's he going to do the Buck Showalter couldn't and I huh that's where you just never know man you just never ever now and Pat McAfee was on last hour Josh recount of the NFC champion NFC east champion Philadelphia Eagles our number one Tony Dungy was on our program Chris Brockman did in fact pay off what he said he would do on Twitter way back when the eagles are five and six and finished the season with four straight wins the nine and seven he did in fact eats a portion of my dell two foes Callaway at we took it off of Mike's had we rubbed it in for just good measure I cut out about a one inch by one inch suas and Doug cut it up you put on a peanut butter and jelly sandwich unaided hi Phil an hour later how's that working it's good the rumblings of kind of made their way down to the you know register it that was just a yes or no question sorry we don't need we don't need any of those details yes I feel good okay very good right very good good you've got a a big giant news updates you got going on big New York football giants updated your you brought to you by our friends at Honda brought to you by the Honda H. R. V. in particular stupendously stylish available all wheel drive the H. R. V.'s ready to team up for your next adventure so hurry into your local Honda dealer today the report of the day's news from the world of sports and entertainment someone who is not a journalist or news and definition of the word whatsoever it's Chris Brown amazing that we get Tom Brokaw every day to do this and so much going on in the world what's going on all right giants New York Giants finalizing a deal to make patriots special teams coach wide receivers assistant Joe judge their next head coach deals in the works last night according to Adam Schefter which is another reason why Matt rule took the Carolina pick answers job excuse me the giants have also requested permission interview Jason Garrett flower offense of coordinating vacancy according to Newsday the giants did put in a call to build that what Jack about the head coaching vacancies it man not to or in back of course but bill glade gave a glowing recommendation to the giants about Joe Joe that's got to be in a town down cared a lot of weight courting Newsday good for the giants where to take your shot should your shot that's the yellow phone call right absolutely so does that mean tish calls or Merrick calls craft because they can't just pick up the phone and call bill and say what do you think if they ask permission right yeah they call Bob say Bob like to talk to bill about what about stuff guy we're considering I I will just wondered what bill thinks of the fifteenth and final season of criminal minds on CBS with the rich Eisen show third our guests the Tuesday after wild card weekend Joe Mantegna would bill thought of the bachelor last night did you watch it I watch all three hours you watch all three hours yeah well Sir I'm kind of weight so we're watchin you know kind of fast forwarding but yeah watch don't you just love it don't you it is a beautiful disaster man I suggest you get on board by the way that you have been our fantasy team in this year beautiful disaster yeah we were not good as you mentioned the Panthers are hiring Baylor head coach Matt rule gonna be a seven year deal according to Adam after were sixty million dollars with incentives that could make the deal up to seventy million dollars that's what you do man what a hot coach six million dollar buy out your it was let's put it this way now it's eight years ago seven years ago temple hires him turns out team around and they they were nice Baylor total dumpster fire hires and turns at team around now he's in the N. F. L. head coach with a seven year contract that could be worth up to ten million dollars a year by by incentives you think this makes it more likely or less likely the cam Newton stays neck as required extra that's a good question I don't know I don't know what is medical record is in could you imagine it's possible this is possible new league year hits cam.

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"joe mantegna" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"joe mantegna" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To donate to a favorite charity the first winner has not yet been names but will be honored in February porn star Gail will serve on the awards advisory board she says her mother was not about fame but about advocating for equality and justice emerges our letter birthdays on Wednesday actor Joe Mantegna turned seventy twos singer songwriter ray Wylie Hubbard was seventy three actor Chris not turn sixty five actor rex Lynn from Miami CSI sixty three former NFL quarterback in college football hall of Famer Vinny Testaverde fifty six Morristown hall dot com the Senate confirmed Chad wolf to be undersecretary for strategy policy and plans for the department of national homeland security by a vote of fifty four to forty one the Senate easily confirm what to become the first to hold that title for homeland next up leader McConnell hoping to confirm Stephen men Nash's US circuit judge for the second circuit Stephen ushers nomination continues at already distinguished career studying teaching and practicing law if confirmed as expected Menasha joint forty five other truck nobody's on the powerful U. S. circuit courts of appeal buying new Capitol Hill Facebook remove three point two billion fake accounts from its service from April to September that's up slightly from three billion in the previous six months nearly although the bogus accounts caught before they had a chance to become active users of the social network Facebook estimates about five percent of its two point five billion user accounts are fake for the stories of townhall dot com I'm Rhonda rock geico presents again another voice mail from your roommate a man so I was in a rush to get to work and I left the back door open could you shot it wide open well while you're there could you also turn off the.

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