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"lenox massachusetts" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"Right. Like what are your cleaning products things I mean because you can news vinegar and? To clean really well, and and in that stuff is not regulated I mean our food isn't as regularly go show as it should be ron toxins but our body care and you know what we're being exposed to there isn't building materials like Cleveland. Clinic. We built our center folks on medicine and I was insistent that we make sure we do it through no the in environmentally safe amount. So there's no off gassing from furniture number mouth, a high the carpets on off gas. The lighting is better for you. The water filter, the air is filtered. So we really made an effort to create a healing environment and I think at least. Too much much better health overall. Absolutely. Absolutely. So so yet she did. I, mean she also had some mercury and things like that. But and base her genetics she had the team one deletion. So she needed some Glutathione Support which when she saw the doctor follow up, they gave her a liberal Somali Glutathione along with Seo Sistine which helps the glutathione work and make more good if I own, we give our product called uncle plex, which is very rich sources sulfurophane, which again, very important for that detox pathway and the doctor was like, okay you gotta get into Saunas she had us on him but she wasn't using very Sweat. Sweat sweat get these out on our full. Yeah. So for those of you out there listening who suffered from weird symptoms who have chronic illnesses who aren't sure what's going on looking at your toxic low look toxin history of break linear detox system is so important and you can do a lot of that on your own through the things we talked about. But sometimes, you needed really see somebody and that's really what we're here for the ultra wellness center, in Lenox Massachusetts we have incredible. Team providers, nutritionists, and we work with people from all over the world over now resume to remote consults, and we're happy to help you and I certainly became an expert in detoxification. When I was sick myself I'd learned way too much about this banking at all but it's amazing. How effective is spinach reading so many of my patients from everything from obesity to diabetes immune disease, the neurologic issues to dementia to autism. US name it it's. It's such a powerful depression right allergies and I think. You know what you share maybe was just so important it's it's giving hope where often people have no hope. Yeah. Especially in the world we live in now rate it's it's unfortunately looking bleak with the way the environment's going. So this is something we all said even if you're not sick, you need to be thinking how do you support your body talk? Live clean and green I said. Thanks so much for joining us on the Doctors Pharmacy special ops over the house call..
"lenox massachusetts" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Up tonight at nine o'clock right after this program you're listening to member supported radio KQED FM San Francisco and the K. Q. E. I. F. M. north highland Sacramento good evening I'm sandy all tales from the time now is eight oh two welcome back here at the music chat at the Tanglewood music center in Lenox Massachusetts with your host it has been a hell of a week for musicians starting with the most adored living singers and songwriters the cofounder of the heart and the Wilson and Wilson in nineteen seventy five and a Nancy wrote and recorded their debut album dreamboat Annie and when it came out the next year you couldn't drive down the Sunset Strip or any street in America for that matter without hearing ends on mystical soprano blaring from so many convertibles to gear up for their reunion tour next month here's the song that got it all started she should in the late sixties to his collaborations and experiments with electronic cells continue to date check is that a big can of originality in jazz as long as any of us can remember on keys for us tonight is Jeff bapco who told me that when he switched.
"lenox massachusetts" Discussed on KPCC
"And then bull's-eye that's ten under show patriot act comedian Hasan Minhaj tackles how his own Asian American community is responding to the black lives matter protests for the first time this national movement touched our pocketbooks it touched our businesses and it brought out some really really ugly things that conversation plus author Kevin Kwan on his new book after crazy rich Asians and Lin Manuel Miranda Sunday on weekend edition from NPR news Sunday morning still ten eighty nine point three KPCC programming on eighty nine point three KPCC is made possible by Gordon and Donna Crawford supporting quality journalism that makes Los Angeles a better place to live welcome back you're listening to live from here we broadcast from Tanglewood in Lenox Massachusetts all right all right honey I'll do it now a clean out the refrigerator is always so hard into the door doesn't shut all the way but I hate throwing anything away horrible good byes let's see parrot.
"lenox massachusetts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To live from here we broadcast from Tanglewood in Lenox Massachusetts all right all right honey I'll do it now a clean out the refrigerator is always so hard into the door doesn't shut all the way but I hate throwing anything away horrible good byes let's see all right restaurant leftovers well known not to me sorry friends last one in first one out but we had such a great time the children's local could we not that fun like that again hello this is hard for me to but honestly I knew this day was coming as soon as the waiter said do you want that wrapped up it's like saying why don't you carry this home and throw it out there but please I was so good and you really where but at the restaurant at home there's too many other meals gotten away we just ran out of room trust me you'll be better off you don't want to spend the rest of your days competing with Ben and Jerry's I get it I don't like it but again it's a take care of yourself you too hi let's see let's see seven eights of a court of butter cream I knew this was coming can I just hang out in the back a little longer I promise I won't get in the way I'm sorry about your back in December for Christmas recipe the need to just a splash of buttercream really rocks that gingerbread house did you really did the first time we saw each other from across the aisle at the grocery store you were disappointed at first that I was the smallest size they had but then I saw your gears started turning you started seeing my potential and all kinds of new exciting recipes I know I had so many plans for us I was gonna try those panties from The New York Times cooking at the takes three days.
"lenox massachusetts" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"His contribution to the program here from the New York Post of course and look for to talking again soon let's get back to the phone showing Robbie our good friend in Lenox Massachusetts wants to join the fan Hey Robbie what's going on Chris what's going on is always a great interview with Mike to carry yeah we'll be back whenever whenever I wrote to Mike you would always write you back is a good great job yeah definitely you know I'm getting sick and tired of all these issues with the Yankees on the plane because I'm sick about all my gosh it's like because you have the information still up like you don't feel bad like the theme from mash but you have a question for you yeah I agree one your previous callers that talks about Austin Romijn not being re signed I was really upset about that you know me I'm not the biggest Brian Cashman guy sometimes I think less is more now so stitches nonsense but specifically you know with Stanton out then it gives me the opportunity to a baton for as I'm concerned we get a better culture than Stanton and that type of hitter the Yankees need a sprayer get your thoughts on that I think I think it's fair until further notice and I I do believe you know that that the body of work has to be a little longer for a bunch of these guys to to really elevate them to some sort of status but but yeah I think every Aggie fan is anxious to see maybe out there most days I agree with you yeah the question is who plays first base that inning the Yankees really don't have a legitimate first baseman I mean let's face look voice is not a great defensive first baseman Mike Ford is not a proven player yet me he's not a first baseman with me really isn't a first base and so the question is how important is defense at first base it's real important I mean we got spoiled watching market share and automatically for a lot of years so my question is who's gonna play first base I'd like to see Mike forget about you know me I'm about left at about the at the stadium intermediate you would be you know injuries to children to stand and perhaps have the white type of bats rather having so many power bats and tell you guys a contact yeah that's not that's not a bad point it's really not a bad point at all because you do a balancing your line up and that's why I don't think the three of them will be back next year I don't think you'll have stand Sanchez and judge I just don't I think they'll be away they'll find a way to change that dynamic a little bit and we'll just see if that happens I mean it's not really a very important part point right now anyway just my long term view I think void plays first base but he had a bad September you know he didn't play well the end of the year so and he's definitely a player that has to prove himself you know that's definitely a player that has to prove himself I want to say one thing since I got a Twitter reaction out of it that I wasn't intending I had mentioned earlier that I thought digital menu was the Tim Duncan of the skanky team meaning that he was the most reliable and most overlooked player when talking about the Yankees we don't get a lot of calls about DJ lemay you they kind of taken for granted I do not mean that he's accomplished anything close to what then Duncan accomplished okay I'm not I'm not putting him in a sentence to compare them as impact players I am more comparing them on personality and their impact on the team in the short term anyway for lemay you it can only be short term he hasn't been here and Tim Duncan's career speaks for itself so the J. lemay you could only hope to get halfway toward Tim Duncan's career but as a very reliable very quiet very behind the scenes get it done player that was the comparison I was making not on there is impact on the game overall because Duncan is an all time hall of fame great player you know and may you probably not going to be that but so is really making it as a as a reference point to being really good and and not the focus of attention at the same time Duncan was able to do that over years and years and years obviously DJ is not had years with the Yankees and hasn't done that in the past so you know we'll remains to be seen but I don't want to make the you know the comparison of them as players of the career of Duncan as I said speaks for itself it robin makes a good point on a couple things on on you know the complementary line up that you want and the I hope would be that you are going to get fewer strikeouts out of it and you are in Frasier then you get out of judge and Stanton so their absence and putting add to our standards Shelagh talk to him in the lineup more often gives you more contact and fewer case and it may give you less power but it might give you a higher on base percentage although judges on base percentages and underrated part of his game because he's so good at walking even though he does get punched out on balls that seemingly are malls and they're called strikes so there is as I mentioned and there almost always is by the way unless your team is you know if you're the Orioles and it doesn't work but there's almost always a benefit in seeing someone that you wouldn't have seen except for injury especially when you're playing one sixty two and Mike and I were talking about earlier that look there's a chance they'll have they'll be disappointed you know the the magic doesn't carry into this year the way it in a way it manifested itself last year in a hundred three wins by a backstop to that would be I don't have a lot of respect for the death of the American League I don't think the Yankees will be the worst team when they step on the field very often even with a bunch of injuries to both the starting pitching staff and the regular line up I still think the likelihood is just seven lemay U. N. tore as a bunch of guys they'll be the better team most nights and have an opportunity to win most nights they may not you know maybe ninety instead of one oh three but I don't think they'll be much fewer than ninety look let's put it that way mechanics here he's got an update let's go.
"lenox massachusetts" Discussed on Z104
"Roosevelt I'm Alison done in this is fifty one percent they made you they but the mount Edith Wharton's estate in Lenox Massachusetts is celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of the author's magnum opus with a home coming fifty one percent Josh land these reports under lock and key in the book lined study of our police all manners sits Edith Wharton's personal copy of the age of innocence we have many many of her works that you to have book plates or her signature or both as with this copy and so to finally have her own copy of the age of innocence join this collection of her work it's it's amazing it's incredible make it a route is the mounts librarian we have a tremendous amount of scholars from all over the world and other people interested in Edith Wharton coming to the mound to research library to really feel the books hold books spends a couple of days with one book and so again to have this added to our connection is is truly amazing the book was published by D. Appleton company in nineteen twenty after appearing in a four part serialized form in the pictorial review magazines it was one of her most well received books I would say and then in the next year when the politic rice for fiction in nineteen twenty one and Skyler is amounts director of interpretation and visitor services the age of innocence drew heavily from Wharton's own experiences among the Gilded Age lead of New York City a great study of society at the time in the eighteen seventies and and again sort of the conflict between individual desire and love versus the norms of society and sort of the rule that with a very rigid facade at that time when do you think that she's writing about it to find it she grew up in I keep it from the point of view of classism sexism because many of the characters represent women who are undeveloped and also American culture merry the lint is isn't Edith Wharton expert who teaches at the university at Albany the whole idea of class in American culture and what's going on now in terms of income inequality and all that it's like milk L. mail that it never gets old because the themes and the ideas and the culture is stay the same the story follows the travails of gentleman lawyer Newland archer who like Wharton is born into a well the New York City family when confronted with a traditional marriage or romance with a comparatively exotic countess Ellen Galinsky upon return from Europe after Rome disastrous marriage archer is forced to choose what shape is life will take again the Lantis the major payment it is and this comes from keep this notion heard music is sweet but that I've heard is sweeter stale in other words is it better to consume a romance and see it through or is it better to postpone everything and never action it to lead women in the fantasy world and leave it there Morton wrote the book in Europe on the heels of World War one again Skyler even though you would never consider the feather Warren hall the impact of the war on her with huge you know some of the whole society was changed lots of things had fallen away and a whole generation in in France and England particularly we're gone so she's kind of dealing with that all the time that she's that she's right in that what you would call historical novels some saw innocent as Wharton's efforts to return to a simpler time one interpretation with that it's sort of a retreat to a more methodic time and she's writing about this very pretty time with pretty people in pretty dresses in pretty pretty houses and and and then then that was all it is but Skyler says the author sensibilities belie a deeper meaning down to the title when you really dive into the book at the end of the book I think if you read it a couple times there's a lot of ironing obviously to the to the title on and that's not necessarily the age of innocence that she's talking about today consensus around what Wharton achieved with the age of innocence has only grown everyone from corporate all thirty years ago said she was undoubtedly one of America's finest to writers today Tom he see coats for example is particularly enamored of the age of innocence and has written extensively about it Susan Whistler executive director of the mount says a new generation of writers is embracing the novel the struggles for women to be actually seen and acknowledged and for stories about domestic life to be given the same sort of serious treatment as say war stories that struggle still continues but they are drawing analogies between the age of innocence and the series big little lies and that both are not getting their due because they're dealing with very serious issues but within the context of domestic life and they are being undervalued because of their setting Wharton's personal copy isn't from the first printing the first edition of the age of innocence actually goes through ten printings because even after its public she's continuing to proofread it and to remove it and to streamline the writing and to distill of distillate distillate again Skyler by the addition that we have which is the six printing the scholars last minute there were at least about four thirty authorial revision that have been made so it's the bulk of the of the revisions have have been made by the time that this particular book comes about which is around February March of of nineteen twenty one the book was donated to the mounted by collector Dennis con to recognize the centennial of its publication a gesture which Skyler says answers a question Wharton scholars have grappled with for years they're the latter that Edith Wharton wrote to her sister in law woman a mini cab Walter Jones who were thought of her agent in New York and dealt with a lot of her business interests well she's not an age of innocence and it's dated from February nineteen twenty one and she like actually writing about the difficulty the writing historical novel and then she thank Minnie for sending her the latest copy of the age of innocence and and you know that that most of the changes have been have been made and that one and that this very book we thing but this copy also raises new questions again Whistler one other interesting mystery this book presents his the book plate and that that is not the diff wardens which is the book plate of amending Norman Bassett Bassett was a philanthropist and businessman from Wisconsin born in the late eighteen hundreds it isn't clear how the bibliophile acquired warns personal copy he sold it in nineteen thirty eight to raise money for a fund for librarians so all of a sudden this mysterious man from the Midwest has been drawn into our universe and that's been interesting trying to track that down in there lot of class more questions than answers at this point as to how the book cut from France to Mister Bassett and from Mister Bassett to Dennison and recon we hope to unravel that as the months progress on like archer at the end of the book the mantis hoping you'll come inside and see Wharton's personal copy of the age of innocence on display now for the centennial celebration of the book's publication for fifty one percent I'm Josh Randi's Joyce o'connor has been a nurse for more than forty years she entered school nursing two decades ago and says she never could have imagined what nursing would be like today Kato Connell spoke with Connery Mashpee Massachusetts in the olden days when my mother was you know the school nurse I think that people thought all they did was to put on bandits maybe people still think that nurse joy so Conor can tell you school nursing in twenty nineteen it's complicated take this summer when police firefighters and EMS were called to mash P. middle and high school school wasn't in session the teachers and students were there they were either a victim or a helper or hostage the school was running an active shooter drill it's called an Alice drill alert lockdown inform counter evacuate it's a common drill practiced in schools around the US but this was an Alice drill on a different level this time the simulation was made actively realistic police firefighters and paramedics flooded the campus they assigned roles then they assigned wounds some of them were minor and some of them were quite graphic it was like a mold of a gunshot wound or some other sort of traumatic injury and that's what gave you sort of the vision of what you might be looking at it was graphic as a school nurse Joyce is used to moving around the school she help students whatever she needed but when there's an active shooter choice knows our options are limited she could end up trapped as the nurse I can't even imagine even being in a lock down situation knowing that there might be people on the other side of the door who need my help and here I am in a lock down but I know also that if if I become harm done no can be a help to anyone else a simulation on this scale can be intense just to see you know even the police with guns out you know during the dural and be that close to them is unsettling and you know that the good guys exposure to worst case scenarios is part of every nurses job but joy says in this case is the preparation for the unexpected that really engine to a different level I never know what's coming through the door this is my private examiner own soul I do ideas screening plaster screen his every day joy streets lacerations the flu sprained knees what nurses have done for decades but choices firm school nursing his changed and active shooter girls are just part of that we keep evolving as health changes as you know we have American school for example Joyce wouldn't tell me if she's ever had to administer nor can the drug that reverses opioid overdose but she's ready to use it and while young people are smoking fewer cigarettes now they're vaping there are students wrestling with gender fluidity those are issues that on unique to the Cape or you need to mash be there throughout every district in the Commonwealth and beyond yeah that's what we're all faced with there's cops arresting and bright cheery posters on the wall Joyce's work space is as familiar as the nurse's office in my high school decades ago but a lot of changes in student health are invisible to the naked eye there's a heightened sense of anxiety with kids today one in four have been diagnosed anxiety disorder sometimes students arrive in her office too upset to talk this is just pictures of dogs because they would die for you today if a kid is kind of struggling with express themselves so it's the shy dog lonely dog amused angry dog choice tells me that part of helping out her students is that I know are there at what I like about adolescence is just this spirit I love to talk to them I love to learn about them this is interesting people what are some ways that you speak to adolescence a lot of people don't know how to talk to teenagers interiors can clam up I think kids appreciate you being really just honest and direct and non judgmental I think that's the key piece right there though the non judgmental piece choice does what she can to make a safe space for her students but you know she can only do just so much I do think generally kids feel safe but they know so we can't guarantee safety anymore and that's unfortunate it's a tough job in uncertain times but school nurses like Joyce are at the ready and eager to help students graduate in good physical and mental health for W. 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"lenox massachusetts" Discussed on Circle Round
"Welcome to circle round or storytime happens. All the time recently performed three new stories live with the trio from the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox Massachusetts -Chusetts in front of a very excited audience of children and grownups and in fact. You'll hear that audience participating quite a bit in today's story the second town our three part series from Tanglewood. It's called practice makes progress versions of this folk tale originally come from the chain of islands in the West indies known as the Antilles along with our E._S._O.. Musicians joining me on stage was a quartet of all star actors Lauren Ambrose. Jane Has Merrick Thomas Sadowski and Campbell Scott so stick around everyone and to join us at Inglewood for practice makes progress <music> not long ago on a small rocky island clear blue sea there was a young man named Sebastian Sebastian Ashton and his mother lived near the craggy cliffs overlooking the shore. The two of them shared a cozy little cottage with a dog a cat and a brute of chickens in the yard Sebastien's mother was a seamstress who spent her today's sewing and repairing all sorts of clothing one morning she sent Sebastian to the marketplace to buy some fabric and threat when he got there he heard something that stopped him in his tracks ax in the middle of the marketplace a woman was playing the flute immediately Sebastian was swept away by the sounds flowing from the slender silver instrument. Do you hear those low notes soft enrich like Caramel drizzled on ice cream and those middle notes so light and. Airy like the breeze blowing through the palm tree but those high notes wow. Have you ever heard anything so brilliant in bright. It's like gazing at the stars stars on a warm cloudless night after listening to the woman play.
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"And company in lenox massachusetts located in berkshire county in the northwestern part of massachusetts and i hope you'll come and visit us it's about a two and a half hour drive from new york city and a two hour drive from boston so we're a great points for touring in visiting and there's so much in berkshire county to see and do and it's also the wonderful gateway if you want to go further north into for mont or west into new york state but you know if you came for weeks or months you wouldn't get to see all of berkshire county if you just stayed here and you certainly wouldn't get to be able to take advantage of all of the cultural venues and all of their offerings at name your interests music dance literature a historic homes and of course adds all of that mix all of the venues that have live performances of a variety of kinds of plays from the classical to the contemporary to the over the edge modern and then added into that the natural beauty of the region and there's a reason we live here so let let's talk a little more about shakespearean company itself this is not your normal drive down a busy street park your car.
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"Shakespeare because shakespeare is brought to life in the most unusual way made relevant for the twenty first century so it isn't what you were tortured with in high school or college but is a dramatic rendering of shakespeare so that even teens who i have observed carefully at performances at shakespeare and company in lenox massachusetts are engaged in what's going on on the stage because hearing it seeing it acted and with the twists that bring it into modern living it's an amazing thing to go and see so if you think you've seen macbeth you've only think you've seen macbeth haven't seen it so you see shakespeare now i appreciate you saying that because that's our goal is to make it as resonance possible for people when they come in they can identify with the characters and the story and the fact that it's four hundred years old but it's also relevant today well let me about relevant today and talking about teenagers i serve on one of the local cultural councils there are over three hundred i think three hundred sixty something every town and city in massachusetts has a culture local cultural council which is funded by the massachusetts cultural council which is funded by the commonwealth and i serve on a local council here in northern berkshire county five years now and basically we provide grants to those cultural venues seeking grant money and for this particular council it needs to be four something that's going to be taking place affecting the north ten northern berkshire towns and i tried to go to as many events as possible to see where did our money go and a good idea and one of the events i went to was the performance at shakespeare and company of students from mount gray lock high school which serves williamstown down to lanesborough in northern in north west corner of massachusetts and i think they were doing as you like it i'm pretty sure that's what the performance.