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"john berry" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Need to watch for that increasing fire danger as well in the comma four weather center. I'm meteorologist Shannon O donald sunny skies currently 73 right now downtown in Seattle. The Seattle Police Department has agreed to be more responsive to public records requests. Northwest News Radio's Jeff Pajalup overwhelmed by a backlog of requests. SPD will change its public records policies to speed up releases this from an out of court settlement with the Seattle Times. Attorney Kathy George who represented said in the paper says the policy of treating multiple requests from one individual as a single request slowed the process to a crawl. The request would be subject to grouping, which meant that the Seattle Police Department would only process one at a time. In some cases that meant it would take months or even years to get a response. Now records requests filed more than two months apart will no longer be treated as a single inquiry. SPD has also agreed to hire four additional staffers to help clear the backlog of public records requests. Jeff Pojlan, Northwest News Radio. We have reached out to Seattle both police and the city attorney for comment. We have not heard back during the pandemic. Seattle's Woodland Park was the site of one of the biggest homeless encampments in the city. Now it's been restored. Como fours mohader, the large sprawling encampment homeless that was cleared by the city in May of 2022. Now a it's place people are coming back to to do things like go running or walk their dog before I had my dog. visited I Green Lake quite frequently and I did see that there were the vans parked here and some other than less ideal things going on and I have noticed a difference over the few years. Just a little more than a year later, restoring fully the park still in the works. Dozens of volunteers got here to help beautify the area and watch grow it into a place where everyone can come to in Seattle. Mahider Como News. Washington State is challenging Idaho's strict abortion ban by filing a friend of the court brief in federal court. An issue is the that provision makes it illegal to make a pregnant minor out of state to take a pregnant minor out of state to receive abortion care for parents don't approve. Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson making the announcement this morning. The Constitution allows for the freedom of what's called interstate travel. We're allowed to move from state to state. That's part of our constitutional makeup. Officials from Idaho haven't said much about the legal challenges, arguing they cannot comment on pending litigation. Here in Washington, A .G. Ferguson is running for governor, so he reached out to his two biggest rivals for comment, Franz Hillary and Dave Reichardt, but have not heard back. After testing in limited markets last fall, Amazon has rolled out its virtual clinic service nationwide. The clinic is designed with healthcare providers to treat common health issues like sinus infections, migraines and acne. Amazon doesn't actually provide the services but serves as a platform for patients and patients. But you can use it to pay for prescriptions. A precious metals trader will over pay $5 million to clients after accusations of deceptive business practices. Northwest News Radio's Ryan Harris. Lear Capital is accused of convincing clients to cash out their traditional retirement accounts and instead invest in metals like gold and silver. Only the Washington State Department of Financial Institution says the company made millions of dollars from fees that it didn't properly disclose. DFI's Janine Brown says those fees of up to 33 % were disclosed in phone calls she describes as fast talking to mainly elderly customers. They get their statement and they're like oh I invested $100 ,000. I only have $66 thousand worth of coin in my account. What's going on? Ron says the result was people who invested out of fear of losing their money having just that happen to them. The firm will pay 5 .5 million dollars to Washington investors which won't come close to making them whole. Lear Capital maintains it did nothing wrong and says it will continue to fight the situation even though it agreed to settle. Ryan Harris Northwest News Radio. The State Patrol is launching a new hit -and -run alert system. Last year alone we had over 300 hit and runs that resulted in a number of people in the country or even death. Similar to an amber alert spokesperson Chris Loftus says the system will notify local media electronic activate road signs and send email alerts to those who have opted in. For the hit -and -run alert to issued be the State Patrol says the collision must involve a serious injury or death and enough information is available to help identify the suspect or the suspect vehicle. Navy sailors from all over the country and some our from neighbor to the North Canada are now in Seattle for Seafair Fleet Week. The parade of ships is led by the USS Berry which is named for Commodore John Berry the father of the American Navy and now calls Naval Station ever at its home port. US Naval Admiral Mark Socoto. She is the workhorse of the Navy Surface Fleet. She's an Arleigh Burke class guided missile destroyer and she's recently was based over in the western Pacific. She relatively new to the Seattle area. Her crew a as result is extremely excited about the opportunity to come down to Seattle. The Berry is among the ships Pier at 46 open for public tours through the weekend. We check the Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk at 10 and even it's past the hour right now. Mariners taking on the Boston Red
"john berry" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Olympic Mountains from the Como for Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson sunny and 76 degrees now in Seattle Northwest News Times 606 another vehicle hit by an object while it was on the road in Seattle this time someone hurled a brick at the windshield of an ambulance that responding was to an emergency in Seattle's Wallingford neighborhood Como Forest Jeremy Harris was there shortly arrested the suspect. Medic unit 18 from Seattle Fire we're told from Seattle Fire crews that unit was responding to an emergency and as they were on 45th Street coming through Wallingford some guy with a standing in the middle of the road hocked it at the ambulance and it went right there through the windshield filling that cab that of ambulance with glass we were able to catch up with one of the witnesses who saw that happen here's what he had to say. he was this on whole it's close as me and you to the to the side of the windshield and just launched into it what about the person that firefighter is to going help that's more important i mean the firefighters they're paid for that but obviously he's going to help somebody else now they have to wait for another or car whatever thing so he's not only endangering the police and the aid workers but citizens now we do know Seattle police made an arrest here at the scene those witnesses told us they tailed the guy till officers could catch up to him we're told he is going to be a taken into custody on charges of assault and malicious mischief jeremy harris como news the seattle police department will be speeding up its response to public records this comes from an out -of -court settlement with the seattle times threatened with legal action SPD will no longer treats some multiple inquiries as a single request which in some cases delayed the release for months or even years attorney kathy george who represented the paper says they've also agreed to hire four additional staffers to clear the massive backlog of public records requests however the city didn't promise that this would eliminate the backlog she says in fairness to seattle police the department had previously requested additional help for its public records division but the city council was unwilling to provide the necessary jeff funds pojola northwest news radio we have reached out to both the seattle police department and city attorney for comments but have not yet heard back the state patrol has launched a new hit and run alert system if a driver takes off from the scene of a serious injury crash or death and there is enough evidence to identify a the state suspect patrol vehicle will activate electronic road signs notify local media and even send out email alerts to those who've popped it in there are other alerts like the amber alert for missing children or the silver alert for missing seniors that when we put this information out quickly that really does pay off spokesman chris loftus says it's a pilot program authorized by state lawmakers for two years police at lace forest parker what looking into led a driver to hit and kill a 20 year old man riding a motorized scooter last night it happened around 8 30 on way ballinger near northeast 190th according to the state patrol the man riding the scooter died at the scene the driver of the vehicle that hit him stayed there and troopers don't believe impairment was a factor several navy and coast post guard ships arriving at seattle's waterfront for fleet week today northwest news radio's ryan harris was there as they met by protesters the coast guard rescue demonstration behind them those protesters from the group veterans for peace included navy vet marty coons who tells me one of their concerns is the contribution to climate change military is one of the biggest users of fuel in the world and pilot and footprint navy admiral mark cicado says the sailor's favorite part of fleet week is their chance to interact with people for the great people of seattle getting to really talk to a sailor because in real life they're nothing like what you see on television you're gonna find they're fantastic they're interested in you and they're eager to tell their stories it's a relatively small contingent of ships including some from the u .s. coast guard in the royal canadian navy joined by the u .s. destroyer navy the u .s .s berry named for commodore john berry the father of the american navy they'll be at open pier 46 for visits thursday through sunday ryan harris northwest news radio coming up after sports wild dreams of stardom on an eastern washington farm i'm corwin hake an unlikely true story now on film new crew members join the mariners baseball ship bill sports has the latest in our beacon plumbing sports updates fans attending tonight's game at t -mobile park better have program a because there are several new names and numbers in the mariner dugout dominic canzone and josh rojas from arizona to seattle in the paul seawald trade to clear roster space the ems have sent taylor trommel and juan thane back to dakoma called up from the reineers relief pitcher trent thorton and struggling second baseman colton long
"john berry" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Time permanent. We'll hear about that later on in the show when Avery nighttime producer and phone screening. Eviscerates Frank murano again from fortified. You don't want to miss it again. I don't think Frank Moran will be left with a three piece set after this shower, the funniest and all of radio. As Avery has the worst job in radio, but he's got to go through 20 hours of Frank murano yakin. You know, talking about nothing. It sort of like Seinfeld, the show about nothing. It's a poor Avery hash to go through it and basically take from it parts where Frank murano is making a complete jerk out of himself, which is a most of the time But so much to the point where Frank morano is even surprised at what he said. Now what is Frank murano have in common with the beach Steve boys? And I need a little help here. I was never really a beach Steve boys fan. I know, I think two of the founding members that died, one had a park named him his honor. Tell me Carol gardens. I think there was Adam yuck. Then it was John berry. I know there were a bunch of others. If you haven't know who the other members who are please give me a call one 808 four 8 9 two two two that's one 800 April 8 WABC. All I know is they all went to NYU, you know, just like Frank murano, they became violent. And you know the rest of the history, it took them 7 years, 7 years because they were white boys in Jews. To get a plaque in their honor, down on S 6 street. A Remington. Now keep that in mind, S 6 street and. Do you want to be a very important place in terms of what happened just about 24 hours ago. Another disgraceful situation in which the cops were put in a precarious situation ended up with a black eye and appeared to be weak feckless and incapable of doing their job, not because they didn't want to do their job. They've been restricted from doing their job. We'll get to that momentarily. But again, I believe the two Beastie Boys who passed away was shot him. And John berry, but I don't remember who the other folks were, apparently, apparently here. Bill Lee a Broadway Billy, we got to wake up our audience here. I mean, they want to know who the other members of the Beastie Boys are, right? I mean, this is the kind of an audience who is probably, oh, yeah, man. Beastie Boys. Licensed to ill. I think it was 1986 the first rap record to top the billboard 200. Come on. Who were the other members of the Beastie Boys? Help me out here one 808 four 8 9 two two two as one 808 four 8 WABC. One thing I found out earlier in the, on Saturday, left versus right is I joined Anthony Weiner, who knew that he was in the kiss army. Yeah, Anthony Weiner used to dress up and kiss garb and go to Madison Square Garden go to the concerts who knew he was part of the kiss army. And then all of a sudden, Anthony Weiner let it slip out. He indicated to me that there is an army growing here at WABC. They want to take WABC always broadcasting Curtis and wants to turn it into a different acronym. Anybody but Curtis, anybody but
"john berry" Discussed on News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM
"About. Well i come. You divided things. Up into categories categories of sales room. But i have this enormous spreadsheet with all this information and we've given them some categories so for instance we have the civil war roundtable. You're in saint joseph. I know there are a lot of civil war buffs here in town. So for instance. We have books that were that are out. The civil war and books were by people during the civil war. For instance there's one called the makers of history. It's a series by jacob abbott that was published in eighteen forty eight. We haven't from eighteen fifty seven. The life of george washington and eight volume set that was written by washington. Irving is a group of people. I mean if you love movies or books that were made into movies like the chic. Little caesar film that made edward g. robinson famous. If you're joan crawford fan. We've got mildred pierce. What a woman for. John wayne fans. There's the high and the mighty. I haven't seen that one myself. But it's john berry cougar. Fans we have a first edition of the winning of barbara worth. Close the golden age of hollywood nineteen forties gary cooper. Oh golly man when men were men right. Yeah john wayne for sure yeah. Classic honestly more tame. No we'll tone down little would at children's books comic books some titles late tarzan and the letter man. I'm not sure who that's right for. But there's somebody out there. That's absolutely flash gordon and the caves of mongo green read it myself. Mongol brings to mind of course blazing saddles replace. I know the name mongo comic books away. Somebody donated boxes of common cook stimulus out at comic comic fandom fascist michigan sola bunch of them there we still got a bunch left so comic books for two dollars. Can you beat that. So like anything from bambi to the works of theodore roosevelt. Come have a look rebecca. What else do i need to know about this. This is something that is going to. Are you going to continue to do this. This kinda sale every year during demi. We stopped correcting books. Of course because we weren't sure how those germs were being spread. But we're back to collecting books. We sort them and we'll be back. We home in the spring with our regular book sale. Thousands of books were a dollar for hardcovers fifty cents for paybacks and of course all the money every penny goes to buy things for the library..
"john berry" Discussed on 710 WOR
"My good friend. He's the entertainment columnist there and Johnny. You know, I'm working with Philistines here. They never heard of John Barry before and we were playing some John Berry, Uh, music and they're like, Oh, God. It sounds boring. A harp oboe this then the other thing. I mean, what am I dealing with here? Johnny? Do you understand where I am? At this point in my life? Michael. It's so nice. How you call your hardworking coworkers, Philistines. Just a great way for me to wake up. Uh, I think you're all right. Actually, I told John Barry is terrific Composer. I have some favorite songs by John Barry. I love Two songs from the James Bond movie on Her Majesty's Secret Service. Um, first of all, there's great, booming score. And then, of course, we have all the time in the world in the world on strong, very famously saying, but also Michael, I think it's very weird. That you put the moves on women in your apartment while playing Moody, John Barry scores. Uh yeah, exactly over my apartment. Um, I don't want them to leave. But it seems like you're determined to make them run away. No, no, no. How is this Is this a Is this a song to make out to this is on her on Her Majesty's Secret Service. You want to your face? Going for the kill Michael. Oh, Oh, yeah. What else? Michael Taking his step towards the woman? Yeah. Here he comes. Run for your life, lady. Run stock. Yeah, There's.
"john berry" Discussed on 710 WOR
"This is why I can't get rid of my CDs badly. Because I have all this music in my house. You just listen to that, for like pleasure. Like I'm going to listen to the 1976. King Kong not lifting so, Yeah. What do you do with that rate for Hollywood Dad? This is what you do in your house Listeners, listeners. I know our listeners are smarter than every well not only smart, but Lana. I know about you, but come on, guys. You understand the beautiful music of John Berry, One of the great soundtrack writers of all time you roll the James Bond soundtracks, don't you? Aren't you moved by that notice where the harp comes in, where she strings the harp. Always let me wait for the heart. Hold on. Let me wait except the harp. Wait. Well, that's not the hard part. Wait. Where's the harp? Hold on. That is that it hears them. Do you see your brother? I called my attention to the that made it more interesting that you called my land. This is what is called listening to music. Okay, so he bite. If I come to your apartment for a drink, and you put on some music Are you going to sit into commentary of the music while we're listening to it as well? Director's cut the oboe wait for the elbow, honest with you before before I before I got engaged, And when I was catting around town, it would often bring Women to the apartment. I was I'd love you to hear this piece of music. And I'm saying Now listen for the oboe that comes in just under. Listen to this. This will get you.
"john berry" Discussed on The Moratorium
"The writer of saturn three Besides our guy that was fired right bury yes. Is it right. John berry yes right. This was his first writing and directing gig. He was fired and subsequently died from meningitis. May or may not have been connected. Just bring it up the screenwriter for saturn three. His name is martin. Amos a. m. i s. He's from england. This was his first writing credit. He wrote a few more things but he doesn't have a whole lot as credit history He wrote the novel for a movie that was made called dead babies. Yeah i see it which is also titled mood. Swingers right made in two thousand. And it has paul betty in it. Yeah waitered and i refused to go any further into it. Yeah let's leave that one where it is interest and that's what we're going to run into a lot of these things. I'm going to go down today. But i wonder why they didn't leave the title dead baby as the a y. That's like if you see that book and like the discount been or something or like one of those like You know take a book vacation and you see it on like right next to the firm and you still pick up the firm and walk out every time every time. That story is so fucking boring. And i i've read it like five times. I know you really are did this. No i've never read that babies. The firm is i i. I don't know what it is about his writing style. It's like the Kfc recipe or something. You don't know what it is but you created. Nah well you know he was a lawyer. So fucking boring is that yeah well. He's a millionaire author now because of it. So yeah that's all right you get to see Wilford bromley beat somebody with a suit as love it. Yes that's my favorite scene okay. I'm sorry are writer. Martin amos has to acting credits. Oh well one. Nineteen sixty five. A high wind in jamaica about wow. I don't a high wind. High wind in jamaica. Amman guys in eighteen seventy a jamaican colonial family sends its children to britain for proper schooling but their ship is taken over by pirates who become fond of the kids. That sounds cringe-worthy. It's like disney made it so right. Yeah your own. Parents can't stand you. You think higher Think twice about like throwing you in the water eaten by sharks. I i watched the trailer for this. And this has anthony quinn. James coburn nigel davenport a lot of big face. The name nigel. You have to say it like that. Yeah nigel but I watched the trailer for this and it makes pirating look fun. Yeah now. I think that pirating was away more brutal. If this happened in real life those kids would have been raped and eaten for sure for sure that at the least they have scurvy but they did manage to use anthony. Quinn's huge face for sale to rescue. Had james coburn you never know if he's grimacing or smiling seeing a wall of tea when you're looking at him i wanna see this now. I stopped here. Because i had to look up. Anthony quinn man. He's made some real stinkers mad. He has been around for freaking ever hundred sixty nine credits to his name He was born in nineteen fifteen.
"john berry" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Wait by eighty three. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I made me goodman with thermes. Shake corona virus cases. Continue to rise here in the united states where there are now an average of one hundred twenty five thousand daily infections with cases soaring areas with low vaccination rates. We're joined now by john barry. He's professor at tulane university school of public health and tropical medicine new orleans. He's the author of the great influenza. The story of the deadliest pandemic in history latest piece for the washington post headlined. What history tells us about the delta variant and the variants that will follow. We last spoke to john in july of twenty twenty. At the time he was warning the pandemic could get quote much much worse well over the last year over three and a half million people have died around the world including nearly half a million in the united states. So john berry so sadly. Your prediction was right Talk about what you learn from the nineteen eighteen spanish flu pandemic that we should learn from today. Well it's not just nineteen eighteen. They were pandemics. Eighteen eighty nine fifty seven sixty even two thousand nine and they all behave the same way Nineteen eighteen the most dramatic. You had a first wave. That was very mild One statistic encapsulates that then thousand three hundred thirteen sailors in the british grand fleet. Got sick in the first wave. Only four of them died. But that i was not particularly transmissible The virus picked up and ability to transmit much more efficiently and also became much more lethal That's where you get fifty to one hundred million two thirds of them in the second way there was a third way the virus continue to mutate. Third third way was actually less lethal than the second way and after that people's immune systems adjusted to the virus possibly the virus. Mutated direction of mildness But you saw similar pattern And fifty seven actually. The deadliest month in the united states from that pandemic was at actually nineteen sixty When a vaccine and was available and when people had already adjusted near immune systems that already seen the virus so varian that nineteen sixty nineteen sixty eight little more complicated in the us and the first wave of nineteen sixty eight had the most desk but in your nine hundred sixty nine again. After a vaccine after a lot of people had been exposed to the virus and had natural immunity That was the deadliest year. Two thousand nine similar thing happened so this is not unusual. What what we're going. The the question is whether the next marion is going to be Even more transmissible impossibly more very on. Or whether it's going to be toned down or you know we are going to by the time the next airing emerges and spreads widely. We're going to have a very large majority of the country Exposed or vaccinated. We've already got seventy percent with at least one dose of adults About ninety two hundred million people who aren't vaccinated a lot of them are going to be exposed so in a few months we're going to have over. Eighty percent of the population either fully vaccinated or having been naturally exposed. There will be more changes in the virus The question is what direction it's going to go. We don't know nobody can can predict that I'm hoping that things will calm down in a in a more permanent way In a couple of months because again we'll have well over. Eighty percent of the population probably either vaccinated or naturally exposed and on the basis of your Research on these previous. Pandemics john berry. Can you talk about what you think needs to be done. both within the us but also globally in order to prevent the virus from mutating further and potentially eventually entirely evading. The vaccines. Obviously the only way you can prevent the virus mutating to prevent it from infecting people. So that means vaccination and associated distancing and so forth when you don't have the vaccination you know the the more opportunities just like rolling dice. The ides of not getting snake is if you roll the dice wants a pretty good but if you roll the dice ten thousand times you're going to get a lot of guys coming up. So the fewer people infected by the virus less opportunity. It has to mutate. Clearly it does have the ability to escape both natural immunity and the vaccine. And eventually it's going to do that. I do think that will happen slowly enough that the vaccines will be able to keep pace. You know. we'll probably need another shot every few years The virus mutates much less rapidly than windsor and on that question of needing a another shot every few years. What about this question. That's been raised about administering booster shots as soon as as the full here in the us. Well you know honestly. I have some self interest in that. You know my wife and i are both Over seventy You know there are ethical questions in terms of vaccine distribution around the world Say you know the vaccines in the united states are are here I don't see an ethical problem. And well maybe i would seem on actually From a strictly medical standpoint strictly medical. Yeah i think it makes x. Good sense to administer booster Assuming there was a study is your problem. Is i'm sure you probably your audience knows it just came out that set. The pfizer vaccine is declined to forty two percent effectiveness in july in preventing illness. It's still extremely extremely effective in preventing serious illness hospitalization. I see you mentioned before but from strictly medical standpoint. I think it would probably make sense to have a booster From the ethical standpoint in terms of distribution and the rest.
"john berry" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I've been listening to that quite a bit. I think she's super talented. And she and i share birthday. Oh very nice we have the same birthday. So yeah i'm really yeah you know. I didn't like her at first. But i really like this last album that she put out. I actually listened to a lot of soundtrack music. So you know. If i'm watching like i've to this day i still listen to the mission I love the sound track. I can't think of I know it's an italian name. There the percent of the album. That did the album amazing album I loved john berry. I love You know listening to music like that. I that's kind of how i start. My day. is all put on one of those albums. And do some meditation kind of drift off into an imaginary world of how i like to see the day going. And and so yeah. That's kind of where i mad. I'm you know my musical tastes change. I like i like rock from the eighties and nineties. You know like a one still whitesnake girl. I love whitesnake absolutely so. I'm excited to read the book. I hope you know however you publish it with itself published or met you know you tell great stories so that's gonna be exciting and fun to do Is there anything. I should've asked you that. I didn't morrow we covered it. I think we did. I think you did a fabulous job very sweet to say that. That's very nice all right so before. I let you go. I've got to ask you the mirror. Question so creston. J armstrong is a retired honors english teacher in the philadelphia area and he was on the show and he explained to me that every year he would take two days of the classroom his seniors and they would take the bruce springsteen song thunder road read all through the lyrics talk about the imagery and then at the end of the two days. He would ask the question. Does mary get in the car. So deborah that is your question. Does mary get me into viz. Mary getting the carthy and road absolutely she gets in the.
"john berry" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Some symmetry There s nobody called it. E Think you're the first to have actually caught where that the subtitle came from. So thank you for actually reading it. Oh, I am so Lad that I wasn't overthinking it. Um, Would you talk about the title of your book, The deviants war because there's Irony there too, exactly, And one of the words that the psychiatric community devised to refer not just to the homosexual, but two Anyone who deviated from sexual norms. Now we would refer to that umbrella term is queer. But back then they didn't have queer. They didn't have LGBT Q plus to refer to this community of people who deviated from from society. And one of the words that the government had in psychiatrists used was deviant. So it was a very effective, convenient but also cheeky title that I was able to use because of course, the cover of the book is modeled after the 1950 Senate report. That really legitimized the gay purges for the next 25 years on because we also get the perspective of the government, whether it's the FBI or the federal theocracy. I wanted Tioga that sense that it wasn't just rainbow flags in the Supreme Court. This was an overarching narrative off America and the experience of those who fought back whether it was Frank Amany or Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera. But Also recognize how the government viewed the other viewed sexual deviance as a threat to America as a whole. So depending on what your views are, when, when you pick up the book, it takes a little while to figure out who Who is this book really about, and that was an experience I wanted people to have when they first learned of the title. There was some closure and joy in the end. Please talk about Franklin Kamman E and President Obama. Well, Frank Amany continued his life of activism after the 19 sixties, even though the book ends in 1971 with the clips of the Madison Society of Washington, the group he founded and he lived to quite an old age, hey, passed away in 2011 during the Obama administration and one of the most remarkable parts. Of this story I think in his final years especially is the Obama administration recognized what the government what the administration had done. To friend candy and the tragedy of exiling a genius, someone who could have been architect off the American manned space program from the government. And the head of the successor to the Civil Service Commission. The entity responsible for purging Frank Committee was actually an openly gay man. He was one of the first Cabinet level. Positions ever to be filled by a gay man. And he in 2009. His name was John Berry invited Frank Amany to the White House for a official apology to say I'm sorry. For what the government did to you and Frank can be simply stood up. Instead, Apology accepted and was there in the Oval Office as president Obama expanded Health benefits for LGBTQ plus employees and he passed away just two year later disappeared. Awful photo of that moment at the end of the book, Would you please read the last line on page 3 83. Through page 3 84. At the age of 86 can be remains proudest of just one thing. His formulation of this simple, logical assertion once unfathomable that homosexuality was morally good. Here You are a national hero on a small scale, he had told Clifford Jordan, the Victoria secret closeted former NASA employee in 1969. You have fought the very government of the United States itself and one If I were you just now impoverishment and all, he continued. I'd be holding up my head and pride and looking anyone straight in the eye and saying I'm a homosexual, And so what? Except me on my terms or you don't get me and you'll lose more than I will, and that includes your family. Closet is getting very stuffy. Come out. The fresh air in the sunshine are invigorating. Can. He died in his sleep on October 11th 2011 a sensible day to die since it was a national coming out day gay is good it is, And that is that Dr Eric Cerveny. His new book is the Deviants War, the home.
"john berry" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"I mean how cheeky to me. It's not this code-named thing. I think they play up the bond history in the title sequence which we'll talk about a second later in the movie with the quips with moneypenny. And his removal of souvenirs from his earlier missions. This is telling us we have a new bond actor. Not a new agent playing the role of james bond. Or the code named james bond. Here they flat out say it. Yeah and i for an actor. I just absolutely love it. I agree and the title sequence eliminates that concept that this is just a codename as it seems to be reflective and a delivered connection to the previous five james bond movies in the title sequence. We clearly see cuts from dr no honey writer on the beach dr. No himself then from russia with love. We see tatiana on the train then goldfinger and pussy galore in the martini glass and then the glass looks like it becomes a wine glass and we see goldfinger himself then domino from thunderball with the great musical score of john berry and then we see it's not a wine glass but an hourglass as it expands back and we see the time is flowing time has passing. The images are flowing. From the top down just like sand in an hourglass. It's a great great concept and now we see largo from thunderball. Then we see kissy as well as several other scenes from you only live twice so our history lesson is complete. This is the same james bond despite the funny line and this is born out even more strongly later in the movie when bond was designed for my six and is going through artifacts in his desk. Like tom mentioned funny. Writers knife the garrett watch from his mission in from russia with love to breathe a breather from thunderball. And so on so. The hourglass is proof. But you'll notice in the title sequence a large clock face with the hands. running one shot shows. Looks like ban hanging on the minute. Hand going backwards from about eleven to seven again telling us this is the same. James bond as the missions are all connected backwards history to him consistent with our experience then again. Right towards the end of the title sequence. The clock hands again are moving in rivers counterclockwise. Show that's an interesting. Take on that. Because i haven't hadn't thought about the hands moving backwards 'cause because for me. When i saw this i thought it might have been a tip of the hat to the nineteen. Twenty-three movie safety last where harold hangs from this clock with the minute hand and he goes backwards just due to his weight and holding onto this thing he happened to be. You know the hand happened to be on the left side of twelve twelve so the weight would pull it down to that side so to me or just thought it was a tip of the hat to safety last not too as you were talking about back in time which i actually think probably makes more sense. Yeah yeah. I think it's a clever clever way of doing telling us that this is all connected guys. Don't worry about it. No no one other comment about the title sequence here. Maurice been to really ratchet up the nudity at least the nipple count title sequence the previous title sequences were much less nipple. Now that i've said this when you watch this title sequence you'll never watch it again. Without thinking of those words. I mean it kind of holds because i mean later in the movie we see the first female characters nipple in the series when ruby is embedding gloria so to all of us who has teenagers enjoyed the nip slips and james bond. You can think maurice bender for starting at here in on her majesty's secret service. It's good stuff..
"john berry" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"It's one of the absolutely best film scores. Ever written. And talk about a pallet At a very specific. Sam to it and a choice the choices that are made. That's an amazing film again. I don't think of it as a spy story. But it is. You're right because with james mason and the microfilm and all that but but in a funny way that's the least part of it. Yeah the big part of it is is him and her and all the in you know all the interaction. And the chase. It's just amazing. how about you. What's your view. I mean north is definitely very high on my list. I was a james bond kid. So it's very hard for me to not acknowledge james bond. Because that's what got me into the whole genre in the first place for me. I started with roger moore. But i've always said roger moore is my favorite but i can totally acknowledged sean connery. He's the best. When i watch dr no from russia with love. You can't really argue in terms of a literary adaptation. There's anyone better than connery. Well do you ever watch you. Have you ever seen the reruns of the saint. Yeah yeah sorta cool. Yeah yup i. I've seen bits of the same. It gets played on tv from time to time here for the back at you a little bit. Do you have a favorite bond. Well i told you the one the one with their sly under which would have satisfied doctor now tonight so when you say she'll connery as you'll bond. Yeah for sure. But i like roger moore. You know but i but i sean. Connery is has more depth as a as a person portrayal ours more more died You know just more layers Roger moore is a little more surface. I'm really handsome and cool. You know we can't get more handsome. Roger moore right and you can really. I could never connected roger moore because of that. Look just like them. I think we all do correct filter on my zoom right now. What's confusing it for everyone. You know usually favorite film spy film skull with be. We've basically touched on that with jon. Barry's work. I like john berry a lot. But you know when you bring up north by northwest. I and i think john barry was an incredible composer. Although my favorite. John berry are his later. Scores are out of africa and somewhere in time dances with wolves. And i mean those melodies.
Los Angeles Clippers beat Lakers 104-86 to end 2-game skid
"Clippers and Lakers. This one wasn't close. Here's Kaleil ended with 4 10 to go in the third rises from three and knocks it home. Hawaii letters put the Clippers up 23 72 47. Clippers Go on A while. What old 4 86 victory over the Lakers Clippers led by as many as 24 there 32nd win this season when leading by double digits at any point in the game. Lakers had just 38 points in the first half. Fewest in the first half this season. They trailed by 15 at halftime. The game was here on ESPN radio Mark Test Usher and John Berry had our call really tough loss for the Lakers to the Clippers and JB even though it's only their second loss in the last five games, it was a very favorable schedule. Coming into this weekend. It is very tough schedule as the Lakers are sliding in the Western Conference standings. You know, a couple of
"john berry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Warriors John Berry in this Steph Curry era three championships in five years, two of those, of course with Kevin Durant on the team. Steph Curry had the quote couple days ago about the three years with Katie, he said. It was some of the best basketball The world has ever seen. Katie is back tonight. Those were special three years when the Golden State Warriors were the odds on favorite year after year for the three seasons, Kevin Durant played in Oakland. No doubt about it, and it's just amazing that he can get back to that level coming off of the Achilles injury. It looks like he hasn't missed a beat 9 30 plus point games already this season, the shooting percentage over 50% 45 from three Cady doing it all on N v P caliber type season thus far 22 in the season opener against the Warriors that was in Brooklyn in 25 minutes of action. Two different bouts of contact. Tracing as Kevin mentioned he is back after missing three games. Let's get tonight's game plan between these two teams is brought to you by O'Reilly. Auto Parts Your Professional parts people What you looking for tonight. It's all about defense for both teams will start with Brooklyn. How do you defend Steph Curry? The guys on an absolute tear 38 a game over his last six. He's got 40 32 32 57. His last four games. Three's raining down from everywhere. You gotta guard him right when he gets over half court and then for Golden State, I didn't know it's the top 10 defense in the MBA playing excellent. So what do they got to do against that? Big three? Keep those guys off the free throw line, limit their easy opportunities and get back in transition. Brooklyn deadly in transition, shooting Threes. Remember, you said on our scene said at the top of the broadcast. You did a little research last night. I tried to match you in the last half hour. The Warriors have held their last 23 opponents under 50% shooting, and they will have their hands full against this outstanding offensive team in the Brooklyn Nets. Let's get to tonight starting lineups they're brought to you by Ford. Tough. This smart can only be called f 1 50. Check out the all new Ford F 1. 54 calm built Ford proud built. Ford Tough JB mentioned about a half hour ago. No centers allowed to play in this game tonight. Coarsely warriors are already down. James Wiseman marquees. Chris Come on Loony. So it will be for the six straight game Draymond Green starting in the middle at 66 for the Brooklyn Nets, and they're starting lineup. Bruce Brown. It's 64 is listed as the center. Their guards Kyrie Irving and James Harden, who were playing in his 14th game with the Nets sharpshooter Jo Harris and Kevin Durant. Rounding out the top five..
"john berry" Discussed on KGO 810
"Will be right here on KGO and we are going to have a wonderful conversation with channel. I'm very excited about it way have we have jam? Oh, we're going to have Jan in a moment. Home a quest upon imminent I don't push the button, so she's gonna be on 10, you know, Push the button there for me, Josh. Good. And here we go. Uh, All right. We have jam. Jan work. We're trying to get you and he will have you to say, but she's on 10. Okay. Hi Jam. Hi, Johnny. How you doing? I'm great. I'm so glad we had to push the right button. You know, I worked for Richard Nixon. And when it comes to pushing these buttons, you know we're in van Shit. Yeah, that explains everything. Sure doesn't Okay. Well, happy almost Valentine's Day, Everybody. You don't have to be in love to listen. I want to remind everybody That Oscar Wilde said. To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance. Love Go, man. That's the man Wallace egomaniacs that works out. Yes, yes, Right now, This could be about loving yourself loving a film loving It puts you in the mood to love. Now tell us you've selected movies that are very special. And they're wonderful. And why don't we begin? Because, as you know, Christopher Plummer passed away. You chose Christopher Plummer film. A number of people asked, Would you ask Jan to comment? Christopher Plummer and the sound of music. Can you do that before we roll into what you're doing? Absolutely. I was very lucky. When I was in television a lot. I was very lucky to spend time with Christopher Plummer. He came through town because he was doing the John Berry more. One man show at the girl and he was witty and charming and funny. He did not like working on sound of music He did not like because he felt it was too sweet. And he said, working with Julianne Deuce was like being hit over the head with a Valentine's card she was I know he thought she was too sweet, and he called it the sound of mucus and he was most kind of disparaging to it, but he knew it was a great film. He knew that it was full of charm and love and history. It's just he didn't like being a leading man. He liked being A character actor, and that happened to him later in his life. In fact, this is he was the oldest man to win an Oscar. Let's take a look at a list. Take a listen to a wonderful film that he did when he plays an older man who finally comes out of the closet later in life as an elderly widow. Comes out is gay. It's called Beginner's. Yeah, I'm not sorry I woke you Want Akbar tonight? He did? Yeah. No..
"john berry" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Hard drives the lane hardened, floats it up off the window and then at the end of the shot clock to give the Nets believe Pastor Harris catch and shoot three. It's good that nets are back in front. 105 left. Ana Harris Tripolis fifth. Kevin Durant, warding off with the right forearm will give it up to harden a good look at the three from the left. No good, high rebound. Hardened, chased it down at the free throw line out to Durant. He buries a triple Brooklyn leads. 1 25 1 23 and I would be the final nets with the two point win 1 25 1 23 for the Nets their ninth consecutive game. Scoring more than 110 points that ties a franchise record set back in the mid 19 eighties. James Harden finishes with 34 points, and it doesn't assists. Kevin Durant, 30 points, nine rebounds and six assists in the wind. We've been in the league Force James 12 years or my dreams, 12 year my 14th season, So we pretty much seen every d friends every offensive scheme. We don't been in every type of game playoff game sevens, you know, so we have been through a lot in this league experience a lot and For us to bring together now and combined. What we've learned over this time and try to play great basketball. I think it was pretty seamless force was the easy transition, especially With chains, you know, having the ball of light coming in so way. Still trying tow, you know, find our way and we still got room to improve, but it's a solid start. Durant, the hardened scoring or assisting on 208 of the Nets. 247 points through their two games together. That's 84% off the offense. That's meanwhile, have a four game win streak. The first time they've done that this season. This game was here on ESPN radio Marquesa Suren. John Berry had the call for us the Nets and Bucks on paper. JB looked like it was gonna be a good one. It delivered James Harden, delivering again in his second straight game in the Nets, uniforms. Yeah. So money positive for Steve Nash moving forward with this thin group. I mean, you look at this bench. Not a lot of guys that people are gonna know. Throughout the league. Hey, had to rely heavily on DeAndre Jordan, the veteran on Jeff Green, who went 37 minutes. They deliver Jo hair stocks down five threes. They play great defense, and they hold the Milwaukee Bucks to 44% shooting. They hold them to under 30% from the three point line and coming in. I thought points in the paint was gonna be a major issue for this Brooklyn that team they actually outscored Milwaukee in the paint. S so they did a lot of things. They win the rebounding game, which is also an area that they could struggle in with their lack of size. They did a lot of great things tonight, and James Harden looks like he hasn't missed a beat. Well, The guy just joins a bunch of new guys and the numbers of the same Harden and Kevin Durant had 74 points in the debut Saturday. 64 tonight We don't know if Kyrie Irving is going to finally make his return to Brooklyn on Wednesday against Cleveland. Can you hazard a guess What? This may look like trying toe bring Kyrie into this big three. I don't think Steve Nash or Mike D'Antoni know. So how would I know? I know this Kyrie. Irving is an exceptional basketball player. Now. I don't know what happened this last week or 10 days that he just decided to take off. I don't know how the Nets were going to handle it. I know it's the MBA fine for two games because they caught him without a mask on the birthday party. Uh, But He wanted his own team, and and that's what I'm going to go back to. Hey left LeBron James because he didn't want to play second fiddle, and now you have two incredible players and James Harden Kevin Durant on your team. Will he accept that? They haven't spoken the three of them with their head coach or Mike D'Antoni. Getting together to come up with some sort of game plan. Steve Nash confirmed today that they had not spoken as a group. I'm talking about those three and and Steve Nash so There's some things that probably have to get worked out now. Who knows it might come out roses and everybody's gonna accept a smaller role. We'll see. Time will tell. But If it does work out and they accept rolls. Man, they are going to be fun. You like offense turn into some Brooklyn that games because there's gonna be there. Kyrie Irving I expected to join practice on Wednesday on Tuesday, and we'll see if he is on the floor in his old haunts in Cleveland when the Brooklyn Nets play there on Wednesday, having won four in a row and two straight since James Harden arrived, hardened with 34 Durant with 30 The Nets the winner over the Bucks. 1 25 to 1 23 for Jon Barry. I Marquess to share right here on your home for the N ba, ESPN radio and the ESPN app. As for the Bucks, Janos attended Combo 34 points. 12 rebounds, seven assists in the loss. His 1st 30 10 5 game this season ninth player overall to do so. Chicago Facing the now hardened Liss Rockets, Libby drives right around three rockets.
"john berry" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"We got a good one with Jon Barry. Here's Mark. Tester shirt. Right, Kev. Thanks a lot. Thanks to you and Marc Spears. Of course, MLK Day here in the United States. They have rememberance day to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr King and a huge day on the MBA calendar. The prime time game among them the one we got for you tonight. Milwaukee. And Brooklyn and John Berry. The Bucks are back atop the East, where they used to being during the regular season. Brooklyn waited a whole year for Kevin Durant to hell. Now they're waiting for Kyrie Irving to return from personal time and quarantine. But hey, In the meantime, they dealt three first round picks for pick swamps and three players. James Harden. We'll see the second game for James Harden after his triple double in his first next game on Saturday. Yeah, it's the overall both teams were pretty happy right now. The box of 17 and eight You bring in a guy like James Harden, who endeared himself to his teammates, I would say The other night with no practice time and he goes for a 30 plus point triple double. They're happy in Brooklyn. We'll see what happens later in the week with Kyrie Irving, but two very excited teams and Seven winner is right. We got a good one tonight. We do and they're announcing the starting lineups Right now. We'll give them forget you in just a moment. But first, I want to get J. John Barry's game plan for tonight's game between these two teams. For Brooklyn. It's about low turnovers 16 turnovers Unless this team is only lost one game on the season and then their defense. Everybody has to be top notch, Milwaukee six in the league and second chance points. No Jared Allen anymore for the Brooklyn Nets. They're gonna have to do the job on the glass and then four Milwaukee keep Durant and harden off the free throw line. We know about James Harden and lives there. Kevin Durant in the top five. Also getting to the line limit transition threes and they have to attack the point talked about the lack of size of Brooklyn. I'd like to see Milwaukee live in the.
"john berry" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"When Jeremy returned to London, the to reform their group, and they often played in a basement coffee house. Hold Tina's there. The boys were discovered by John Berry on his way to scoring most of the James Bond movies of the sixties. He's also one of the most famous movie composers of all times, including films like Dances with Wolves. So Barry got the boys a contract with Ember records, And they recorded the first song that Chad Stewart had ever written. John Berry would score and produce it. For me. You were the one but that was just a yesterday's gone. Together and yesterday's gone, but Chad and Jeremy on the charts in England and late 1963 You went to number 37 there, but number 21 here in the states. A few months later, Chad wrote and ranged a summer song tree showing up silver. We walked by some loved kisses on a summer's day, but it didnt chart at all in England. Here in America. It was a number seven hit record. It was big, in fact. This day. Chad and Jeremy's a summer song has been used in many hit movies, including The Princess Diaries and Men in Black three. The next year, The boys were negotiating with Columbia records for new deal, but their next song was written by Rodgers and Hammerstein. If I loved you Two time and again, I would try to say Went to number 23 here. But it is highly forgettable. In any case, it was still.
What Is the Immigrant Paradox?
"For over a century. America has been described as a melting pot in which immigrants from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds slowly simmered together melding into an all americans do but is that really the way it works or even how it should work is total assimilation. The only way to be an american and is it healthy for individuals to abandon their cultural heritage in whole or in part an order to adopt the customs of their new home. We spoke with sess schwartz a professor of public health sciences at the university of miami. Who that it's time to shelve the melting pot metaphor schwartz studies acculturation which is the process by which a person's cultural sense of self changes. As when you move to a new country or are raised an immigrant home and the effects of acculturation on physical and mental health it turns out that assimilation is only one type of acculturation and that fully simulated americans have some of the worst health outcomes. Immigrant families are actually most likely to thrive in america if they embrace aspects of both their native culture and their doctor land public health. Researchers like schwartz. Call it the immigrant paradox. He said there's a whole literature that suggests that foreign born americans are doing better than us. Born individuals on many different health indicators heart health weight and obesity diet depression anxiety substance. Use you name it. So what are the alternatives to assimilation. There's an old joke. That's well known in europe. What do you call a person who speaks two languages bilingual. What do you call person. Who only speaks one. Language american schwartz said in the united states unlike a lot of countries in the world. We actively discourage people from having multiple cultural identities we just want people to be american even the fact that we equate acculturation and simulation says a lot about our culture and how we think people should behave however it is important to note that acculturation is a two way. Street is cuban and tori behavior based on immigrants race or ethnicity by the receiving country can make it much harder for immigrants to achieve healthy by cultural integration traditionally. There's been an assumption that the acculturation process in the united states ran in a straight line at one end of the spectrum stood the recently arrived immigrant still carrying around the language traditions and customs of the so called old country but as the immigrant moved along the line over time did slowly discard their foreignness. As they gradually acquired language and customs of america but starting in the nineteen eighties researchers began to question the straight line assimilation assumption. Psychologist john berry came up with a pioneering model that showed four different responses or strategies including assimilation. The emigrants used to navigate life in their new home. So i got a simulation but that being that you're willing to discard your culture of origin and fully identify with the new culture. The sort of opposite is separation. Wherein you hold onto your original culture at all cost and don't want to adopt the new culture then there's marginalization in which you don't identify with either your heritage culture or the new one. It's a rare situation and finally there's integration sometimes called them you want to maintain a strong connection with your heritage culture while interacting with enquiring traits from the new culture according to schwarz there's strong evidence that the assimilation strategy is bad for your health. The worst psychological effects of assimilation are felt by second generation americans children of immigrants who were either born in america or raised here from a young age second generation. Kids are sometimes so eager to fit in that. They turn their backs on their parents. Customs and traditions entirely schwartz explained. They basically reject their families culture and that tends to produce pretty negative results higher rates of anxiety and depression substance abuse and worst family relationships. The best psychological and health outcomes on the other hand are achieved by individuals who embrace by cultural ism. A balanced integration of their heritage and received cultures short says that people who are able to comfortably blended their native and acquired cultures. Have quote much better outcomes. In terms of higher self-esteem lower depression lowering zaidi and better family relationships immigrants who learned to successfully habit to cultural worlds are the same people who drive the immigrant paradox in americans born outside the us achieve at significantly better physical and mental health outcomes compared to their native born or assimilated neighbors. But why is this diet is one simple explanation says schwartz because immigrant families are more likely to prepare home cooked meals than the typical american family which tends to eat out a lot and consume more processed foods but there are also significant psychological factors at play the most important has to do with the values of american culture versus just about everybody else. Schwartz said the. Us consistently ranks as the most individualistic country in the world. Were more self. Reliant and less reliant on other people in basically any other country on the planet so most people who come here from other places are more collectivist than we are. Let's break that down. What does collectivism look like. As a cultural value it stresses the importance of family above all else. It places an emphasis on the greater good and doing what's best for the community. Not just yourself and it's a less competitive way to look at the world. Schwartz says that cultural values the promote close knit families and selfless service can protect against a lot of the mental health issues. That plague many americans. He said there's a reason why we have so much anxiety. Because we're so highly individualistic and competitive. We have to compete against other people for everything. And if you can't keep up there's less of a support system ready and waiting to help you in this country when we talk about helping other people. Some people want to shout socialism. I think that's one of the issues that we have.
Drew Barrymore confirms rumor that her grandfather's corpse was 'stolen'
"Drew Carey lore has confirmed that her late grandfather, John Berry, more fit one final party into his social schedule after its 1942 death, thanks to some of his friends, So during a Q and a session, Drew was asked the following. Is it true that your grandfather's body was stolen from the morgue by W. C fields, Errol Flynn? And Sada Kichi Hartmann so that they could prop him up against a poker table and throw one last party. Are you kidding? And did she say Yes to that, Colleen. I'm here to say she said yes, And she said not only yes, but there have been cinematic interpretations of that, she said. Related Bernie's. Well, yeah, and also the Blake Edwards film S O B. That's the movie where Julie Andrews takes her top off, she said. That's just brilliant and fun Toe. Oh, my goodness.
Coronavirus Outbreak Deepens Its Toll on Global Business
"Markets were totally call totally calm and all of a sudden they felt dramatically than they were covered Dan paying off a hundred and twenty eight points yesterday on Thursday they were down sixty six points on Thursday they're off twelve points on Thursday overnight Bandung index dropped another one percent and I got up to read bad story after bad story after a bad story it's like the world is finally waking up to when I first told you about early in January there I always keep my eye on the virus because I read the great influenza by John berry they know about the nineteen sixty eight playwright I know about pandemics I know that they're considered inevitable and one will come and that what turned out not to be the pick the bird flu sars a little bit scary but they contained it murders was scarier they continued a ball it was the scariest they contained it they have not contain coronavirus and markets are beginning to notice seventy six thousand seven hundred ninety cases two thousand two hundred forty nine people died and the world is finding themselves with new cases everywhere who by which is the home of Wuhan Hubei province revisor daily numbers up six hundred and thirty one cases following deaths in a jail that followed downward reports and happy talk and a one year earlier this week do not believe in happy talk happy dog okay yeah then South Korea got its own outbreak they they canceled the Davos evasion the ball all forum is is held annually big deal regional business and political elites come down of high none not this year March twenty fourth the twenty seven it's canceled and that is just the tip of the iceberg it really is just the tip of the iceberg the manufacturing supply chain is pummeled from all sides according to South China morning post all across China the guard you expect Virginia shopping Walmart United States are not being made that has ripple effects throughout the economy yeah people worried now about how long does it last on surfaces the nineteen eighteen virus lasted many days we don't know people wonder how long are you contagious we don't know Michael Gerson has a great post Washington post column on this then it's reassuring that the death rate is only two percent now the flu is point oh seven percent but sars was ten percent but we don't know if that's the real death rate we do know is the guardian reports this morning in this my morning rundown coronavirus air travel demand will fall for the first time in eleven years mark Sweeney story the spread of the corona virus will result in the first fall global air travel in more than a decade the international air transportation one of the following passenger demand as a result of the outbreak of covered nineteen would cost the airline industry twenty nine billion pounds from the telegraph Ambrose Evans Pritchard dominoes falling in global shipping as corona virus continues to grow China's economy container shipping from China ports has collapsed collapsed since the outbreak of coronavirus has yet to show any sign of recovery almost half of the planned sailings on the route from Asia to north Europe have been canceled over the last four weeks half refrigerated foods ships full of frozen food known as refers are unable to enter Chinese ports the backups are terrible then from the Financial Times corona virus wreaks havoc on the luxury and fashion groups the coronaviruses kept so many kept as many as one thousand Chinese fashion buyers from Europe's top fashion shows this month as the luxury industry faces its biggest threat since the two thousand eight financial
Fans throng Florida arena, mourn slain rapper XXXTentacion
"Thursday morning seventy degrees right now in boston we'll see off and on showers maybe thunderstorms and heavy downpours to today highs in the mid seventy s good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now the massachusetts house approves a bill to create an automatic voter registration system it allows anyone who updates driver's license to be automatically registered in the states voter database majority leader mitch mcconnell says the us senate will vote on a successor to retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy by this fall democrats argue any decision should be put off until after midterm elections and three firefighters were sent to the hospital after a has man incident in downtown boston yesterday the incident on congress street was described as an unknown chemical release in other news a preschool teacher is credited with pushing a child to safety before a heavy awning came crashing down on that matter vermont playground the structure at a child care facility is saint john's berry collapsed yesterday morning rescue workers say the teacher was able to push the child out of the way before she became trapped underneath she was hospitalized with minor injuries apple and samsung finally satellite seven years smartphone patent dispute that went all the way to the supreme court cbs news technology analysts larry magid has more on the implications of the deal l d settlement weren't disclosed but i think for apple the victory with less about the money and more about having a court find that it's defined we're copied by fam phone i think that both companies are probably better off moving on developing great products and trying to compete in the marketplace rather than in the courtroom the resolution comes a month after jury concluded samsung owed apple five hundred thirty nine million dollars for copying some of phones innovations in samsung's competing products loud speakers played songs by rapper xxx ten ta seon as thousands of fans lined up for hours at a florida stadium to pay their respects to the popular singer killed last week cbs's joel murray has more does a fan memorial to say goodbye to twenty year old south florida rapper xxx tells yang more than a thousand fans showed up throughout the afternoon bbn t center is by his pads everyone has one we are here just spread and love and peace long live eggs man we out here for him this music has helped me through sometimes and i just want to show creations i'd like to talk about love and it's always on my mind popular singer who built an audience on.