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The Beginning of Black History

Black History in Two Minutes

01:34 min | Last month

The Beginning of Black History

"Most of us think that the first Africans to arrive in what is now the United States, we're slaves, but it turns out that that's not true. The first African to set foot on what would become United States soil was a free black man named Juan Garrido. A conquistador, the Spanish name for a conqueror. Rita was born around fourteen eighty in west Africa. As a young man he traveled to Lisbon. Portugal then to Sa- V. Spain when he converted to the Roman Catholic. Church he took a new name Juan Garrido meaning handsome John. He winds up sailing with the Spanish is a free person as A. Door and spends three decades in service to the Spanish crown. In fifteen thirteen garrido participated in Pants Dale Fain expedition in Florida in search of the Fountain of Youth. This is the first record of a black person setting foot in what is now the United States. What does that mean? It means that there was this space people of African descent could occupy. That wasn't exclusively being a person of bondage. RETO. Settled in Mexico where he spent his final years working at a gold mining operation and while he was a freeman, he profited from local slave labor. Garrido died in fifteen fifty almost seventy years before the first enslaved Africans arrived in Jamestown?

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Champions League to be held as an 8-team knockout tournament in Lisbon in August

WBBM Late Morning News

00:07 sec | 5 months ago

Champions League to be held as an 8-team knockout tournament in Lisbon in August

"York champions league soccer resume to the quarter finals in Lisbon Portugal in August it's been announced no decision yet on fans in the stands for champions league

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Champions League to be held as an 8-team knockout tournament in Lisbon in August

WBBM Late Morning News

00:11 sec | 6 months ago

Champions League to be held as an 8-team knockout tournament in Lisbon in August

"The champions league soccer that will resume in the quarter finals in Lisbon Portugal in August no decision yet on fans in the stands for the champions league when it picks up in just under a

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:13 min | 8 months ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on AP News

"Pope Francis has put out 2 major global events for the Catholic Church in the coming years postponing its international family rally in Rome until 2022 and world youth day in Lisbon Portugal until 2023 the Vatican side of the corona virus pandemic for the schedule changes both week long events are usually held every 3 years and generally draw hundreds of thousands of Catholics from around the world both events require intensive planning at the Vatican in the host country and the diocese around the world their lengthy delays suggest a realization that not only travel but all manner of church activities will be upended for the foreseeable future I Walter Ratliff

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:13 min | 8 months ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on AP News

"Pope Francis has put out 2 major global events for the Catholic Church in the coming years postponing its international family rally in Rome until 2022 and world youth day in Lisbon Portugal until 2023 the Vatican side of the corona virus pandemic for the schedule changes both week long events are usually held every 3 years and generally draw hundreds of thousands of Catholics from around the world both events require intensive planning at the Vatican in the host country and the diocese around the world their lengthy delays suggest a realization that not only travel but all manner of church activities will be upended for the foreseeable future I Walter Ratliff

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:13 min | 8 months ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on AP News

"Pope Francis has put out 2 major global events for the Catholic Church in the coming years postponing its international family rally in Rome until 2022 and world youth day in Lisbon Portugal until 2023 the Vatican side of the corona virus pandemic for the schedule changes both week long events are usually held every 3 years and generally draw hundreds of thousands of Catholics from around the world both events require intensive planning at the Vatican in the host country and the diocese around the world their lengthy delays suggest a realization that not only travel but all manner of church activities will be upended for the foreseeable future I Walter Ratliff

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:13 min | 8 months ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on AP News

"Pope Francis has put out 2 major global events for the Catholic Church in the coming years postponing its international family rally in Rome until 2022 and world youth day in Lisbon Portugal until 2023 the Vatican side of the corona virus pandemic for the schedule changes both week long events are usually held every 3 years and generally draw hundreds of thousands of Catholics from around the world both events require intensive planning at the Vatican in the host country and the diocese around the world their lengthy delays suggest a realization that not only travel but all manner of church activities will be upended for the foreseeable future I Walter Ratliff

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:13 min | 8 months ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on AP News

"Pope Francis has put out 2 major global events for the Catholic Church in the coming years postponing its international family rally in Rome until 2022 and world youth day in Lisbon Portugal until 2023 the Vatican side of the corona virus pandemic for the schedule changes both week long events are usually held every 3 years and generally draw hundreds of thousands of Catholics from around the world both events require intensive planning at the Vatican in the host country and the diocese around the world their lengthy delays suggest a realization that not only travel but all manner of church activities will be upended for the foreseeable future I Walter Ratliff

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:13 min | 8 months ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on AP News

"Pope Francis has put out 2 major global events for the Catholic Church in the coming years postponing its international family rally in Rome until 2022 and world youth day in Lisbon Portugal until 2023 the Vatican side of the corona virus pandemic for the schedule changes both week long events are usually held every 3 years and generally draw hundreds of thousands of Catholics from around the world both events require intensive planning at the Vatican in the host country and the diocese around the world their lengthy delays suggest a realization that not only travel but all manner of church activities will be upended for the foreseeable future I Walter Ratliff

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Pope Francis postpones international family rally, World Youth Day

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Pope Francis postpones international family rally, World Youth Day

"Pope Francis has put out two major global events for the Catholic Church in the coming years postponing its international family rally in Rome until twenty twenty two and world youth day in Lisbon Portugal until twenty twenty three the Vatican side of the corona virus pandemic for the schedule changes both week long events are usually held every three years and generally draw hundreds of thousands of Catholics from around the world both events require intensive planning at the Vatican in the host country and the diocese around the world their lengthy delays suggest a realization that not only travel but all manner of church activities will be upended for the foreseeable future I Walter Ratliff

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Pope Francis postpones international family rally, World Youth Day

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Pope Francis postpones international family rally, World Youth Day

"Pope Francis has put out two major global events for the Catholic Church in the coming years postponing its international family rally in Rome until twenty twenty two and world youth day in Lisbon Portugal until twenty twenty three the Vatican side of the corona virus pandemic for the schedule changes both week long events are usually held every three years and generally draw hundreds of thousands of Catholics from around the world both events require intensive planning at the Vatican in the host country and the diocese around the world their lengthy delays suggest a realization that not only travel but all manner of church activities will be upended for the foreseeable future I Walter Ratliff

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Pope Francis postpones international family rally, World Youth Day

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Pope Francis postpones international family rally, World Youth Day

"Pope Francis has put out two major global events for the Catholic Church in the coming years postponing its international family rally in Rome until twenty twenty two and world youth day in Lisbon Portugal until twenty twenty three the Vatican side of the corona virus pandemic for the schedule changes both week long events are usually held every three years and generally draw hundreds of thousands of Catholics from around the world both events require intensive planning at the Vatican in the host country and the diocese around the world their lengthy delays suggest a realization that not only travel but all manner of church activities will be upended for the foreseeable future I Walter Ratliff

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Pope Francis postpones international family rally, World Youth Day

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Pope Francis postpones international family rally, World Youth Day

"Pope Francis has put out two major global events for the Catholic Church in the coming years postponing its international family rally in Rome until twenty twenty two and world youth day in Lisbon Portugal until twenty twenty three the Vatican side of the corona virus pandemic for the schedule changes both week long events are usually held every three years and generally draw hundreds of thousands of Catholics from around the world both events require intensive planning at the Vatican in the host country and the diocese around the world their lengthy delays suggest a realization that not only travel but all manner of church activities will be upended for the foreseeable future I Walter Ratliff

Catholic Church Rome Lisbon Portugal Walter Ratliff Pope Francis
Pope Francis postpones international family rally, World Youth Day

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Pope Francis postpones international family rally, World Youth Day

"Pope Francis has put out two major global events for the Catholic Church in the coming years postponing its international family rally in Rome until twenty twenty two and world youth day in Lisbon Portugal until twenty twenty three the Vatican side of the corona virus pandemic for the schedule changes both week long events are usually held every three years and generally draw hundreds of thousands of Catholics from around the world both events require intensive planning at the Vatican in the host country and the diocese around the world their lengthy delays suggest a realization that not only travel but all manner of church activities will be upended for the foreseeable future I Walter Ratliff

Catholic Church Rome Lisbon Portugal Walter Ratliff Pope Francis
Pope Francis postpones international family rally, World Youth Day

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

Pope Francis postpones international family rally, World Youth Day

"Pope Francis has put out two major global events for the Catholic Church in the coming years postponing its international family rally in Rome until twenty twenty two and world youth day in Lisbon Portugal until twenty twenty three the Vatican side of the corona virus pandemic for the schedule changes both week long events are usually held every three years and generally draw hundreds of thousands of Catholics from around the world both events require intensive planning at the Vatican in the host country and the diocese around the world their lengthy delays suggest a realization that not only travel but all manner of church activities will be upended for the foreseeable future I Walter Ratliff

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Nature and wildlife, critical to our existence

UN News

06:44 min | 9 months ago

Nature and wildlife, critical to our existence

"It's time that humankind realizes that nature doesn't exist for us. The head of the environment programs office in New York said just ahead of World Wildlife Day Assistant Secretary General Suchitra. Patty described twenty twenty as a soupy for nature warning that we are currently standing on the precipice of complete annihilation. He said there's seldom being a year. When so many critical meetings taking place which could help avert the devastation of the natural world? Mr Potty began by telling this graffiti about the new documentary wild Karnataka which shines a light on the rich biodiversity of that Indian state. I've seen the film It's amazing the kind of footage they have managed to gather through different technology including drone photography and others. It's not deterred by the legendary David attenborough and what I was very excited about. Was that it released as a mainstream movie in the theaters to full houses. Which gives you hope that people still have a lot of interest in wildlife and given the right motivation they would protect it. Can you tell us how the film undisclosed the importance of protecting the environment? Who START IT presents? The mega diversity of other life forms a nut and how humans relate to it and also it does it in a very endearing way that you really feel for them and that you feel one with nature and I think that's very important because human somehow have come to believe and very wrongly. I would say that everything exists for us and each year exists for us. The planet exist for us which is so wrong. Nothing could be further from the truth. So that is why movies like wild Kamata really bring home. The roots that we are just one of the seven point eight million magnificient species that inhabit the planet. And that we are to live in harmony with nature at is the link to land degradation while I think the land loss and degradation story is also the story of the loss of species that we are confronting a million species are about to go extinct tanks to human behavior and and much of it can be ascribed to land use and land use change and so as agriculture and advances in the Forest Frontier Receipts and deforest frontier is home to the wildlife species of the planet. They don't live in. Auburn spaces with. Urban spaces are primarily created for you once you might have an occasional bird or a b. here and there but that's certainly not their habitat so as we advance and our greed makes us take over more and more territory or not. The species are rapidly going extinct because we're taking over their habitat and that's something that really needs to stop. This is the Superhero for nature. We have the World Conservation Congress in a few weeks and then we have the nature summit that the president of the UN General Assembly is hosting in September in New York which will then be followed by the Biodiversity Convention Conference of Parties in-coming that China's hosting this year and then of course in between we have the World Ocean summit which is happening in Lisbon Portugal. So when you look at all these things that has seldom in a year where you would see. So many critical. Gathering off policymakers from around the World Civil Society Actors Private Sector. And what have you so I think this is the superhero furniture. So I think if all these can be major milestones in our commitment to conserving nature. And doing what is right for the planet not just for us. Because that's what has brought us to the precipice of complete animation and why we really need to change course and there couldn't be a better year than this. How would you say the sustainable development goals tie into World Wildlife Day? I think we need to understand the web of life that sustains all life on earth and is basically the story of the harmony in which humans and all wildlife exist together and that is why it is so important that we understand the importance of wildlife to our own existence even if we are very selfish even if we don't see anything else as being of importance just ourselves as being of importance even then we should actually recognize what does for us. I mean you take the example of bees. We have never sent an invoice to anybody. Dip pollinate every food that comes out on the planet and when their colonies collapse we spend millions of dollars backing them into boxes and putting them in trucks and take the case of interest rates alone. People are carrying beehives across the length and breadth of the United States just to get their pollination done and so it is time we realized that nature doesn't exist for us we would finish as a species and nature would go on it will heal itself it has existed for millions and millions of years without us though even if we are very selfish we really need to understand the criticality of nature to our own existence. And what can an average person do to support this? Being mindful being mindful off the natural resources. We use this to give you a little later which I concentrate significant at this point of time. The poor capita use of materials by humans is roughly thirty two thousand pounds for year. One human being. That's how much resources we are using. It is not sustainable and it cannot go on like this and by simply being mindful being concentrate and being respectful of nature. We can actually turn this around. There's a lot of things that we do can easily avoided. Take the case of food. Forty percent of the food that we grow is wasted and we keep talking about. How are we going to ten billion people by two thousand fifty? That's what I call false. Bindis you astor wrong question. The right question to ask is. How do we conserve nature? How do we improve the factor of productivity in the same land so that we can actually grow more healthy foods and you can sustain as many species? You aren't what would your message before? World Wildlife Day. I think the biggest message would be for humility for us to understand that we are one of the seven point eight million species that inhabit the planet. And we need to respect the right of other species to coexist alongside humans because even if we are selfish that's in our interest because that's what sustains the web of life is there anything else you would like to add. I think this is a time to act. We've been talking for too long for decades now and we have reached a very critical point in the history of our planet and how humans behave in two thousand twenty and in the next few years will determine certainly our fate and also the fate of the other species and the planet as well.

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Delta flight to seventy three from Lisbon Portugal, hit birds during its descent into JFK this afternoon. There were one hundred sixty four people on board. No one was injured and all the passengers. De- planed normally. Delta released a statement saying, quote delta flight to seventy three operating from Lisbon Portugal, encountered birds upon descent, into New York JFK the flight landed safely on the plane taxied to the gate for maintenance evaluation and quote. The debate over pay for rideshare drivers heats up some Uber and lift drivers are now accused of manipulating surge pricing, which is the practice of tripling or quadrupling fares in times of high demand. The group of drivers were caught in DC, after they gathered in a parking lot at Reagan national airport, and they all turned off their apps at the same time, driving up prices. Then they all quickly put the back of the app back on to cash in on the search drivers claim they are regretfully doing it to offset, low wages swinging back at their employers. What company is doing. They actually deforming all these people by taking thirty five to forty percent lift tells ABC news intentionally causing surge pricing can lead to deactivation from the lift platform, and Uber says this behavior is neither widespread or permissible correspondent Eva pilgrim reporting. New Yorkers deserve a cleaner city, that's according to speaker. Cory Johnson and sanitation committee chair and Tonio rano. So the do gathered at Maria Hernandez park in Brooklyn earlier, calling for mayor Bill de Blasio to restore four point two million dollars in funding for extra litter basket collection in the fiscal year. Twenty twenty budget Johnson says the council fought to fund fourteen thousand additional trash pickups per week by the sanitation department, and he says the results have been outstanding nearly ninety six percent of streets are rated acceptably clean this fiscal year up from ninety five percent, the previous year, he tells ten ten wins mayor de Blasio did not include the funding in the fiscal year. Twenty twenty budget. We need to make sure that every street is Queen, every sidewalk is clean, and that the necessary city resources are there to ensure that we have clean streets and good quality of life in our neighborhoods and communities across the city, we've reached out to the mayor's office for a response to six fifty one. Traffic.

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on Here & Now

"Universal health care, we have a public education is also free. It's more on the rink and the wages and employment that the crisis hit and knocked so much in terms of social insurance. That's Pedra Branca, who is professor economics at the Nova school of business and economics in Lisbon, Portugal. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you. Our next guest is alone. In the Bronx, no Santos opened the lit bar last month making her the owner of the only general interest bookstore in the New York City borough just next door Manhattan has nearly one hundred I spoke with Santos recently and asked her how business was going. It was allowed grand opening. We had an opening event series from Thursday through Tuesday. So today, we are putting back the store back together restocking are people? Buy books, absolutely, we almost sold out on by Sunday by the Sunday event. We were panicked what you mean we've shelves empty, we had like, yeah, the they were up until this morning. So we had about two to three books left on each on each shelf, and we're talking about thousands of titles on, okay? Help me understand something. How's it possible that you operate, the only general interest bookstore in a borough of one and a half million people? I don't know. And I got tired of asking that question and coming up empty so I decided to do something. About it. But it was not always the plan, right? I mean, you're not you haven't been an entrepreneur, you're you weren't planning to go into books as a living, right? No, I was living my life. I'm doing exactly what I studied in school. Which was was human resources and accounting. I worked for an IT for, you know, I was gonna climbing the corporate ladder. That was the life goal. And it wasn't until I signed the petition in October twenty fourteen to save our Barnes and noble. Which was the only the only bookstore at that time, that stopped me in my tracks, and I lit my life on fire to make this happen..

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on KGO 810

"Birth of America, the eighteenth century, a phenomenon like none other experience from the modern scientific and and era. Of our founding fathers November seventeen fifty five Lisbon Portugal. A trading port a rich lucrative extremely admired city envied city of the world. It's it's November first is All Saints day. And many of the town are inch or are celebrating this events a beautiful sky me about nine forty five in the morning Portugal. Time a rumbling a rumbling like none other experienced an exceptional phenomenon. An earthquake in the Atlantic that will rock not only Portugal, not only the Iberian peninsula, but all of Europe and eventually will change the map of Europe. Because of what it means for the income for the trade for the confidence for the vision of these most reasonable men a new. New book Mark Maleski book about this event. The Gulf of fire it subtitled twice the first the destruction of Lisbon or apocalypse in the age of science and reason Mark professor a very good evening to you. Thank you for this. It is a journey into an phenomena that shocked the age of reason shocked everyone we've come to admire, including of course, when he learned about George Washington who was in the field at this moment in retreat from Pennsylvania where what becomes what becomes Braddock defeat. So the founding fathers are aware of this event. But we need to go to that moment. The first rumbling hit blitz. Ben. And the town started detectable down. There was a pause of two two and a half minutes you estimate and then a second rumbling. What was hitting the town? What do we know about that earthquake now? Good evening to you. Mark. Good evening. Yeah. Most lebeau at this. That's the name of an inhabitant of Lisbon Portugal. They had never experienced in earthquake. And in fact, when they heard that first rumbling as you put it most people thought that it was a large carriage going down, the cobblestone streets and some thought it was more than one carriage and buildings started to shake. Pictures on the walls started to slap. But these are the s and p waves the first body waves of what turned out to be the largest earthquake experienced by Europe in the last ten thousand years. This earthquake hits Lisbon at a moment of supremacy in the European powers. We think of Portugal now as part of the Iberian peninsula, but bypassed by the great expeditions and wars of the eighteenth and nineteenth century, but in seventeen fifty five I learned from Mark it was enjoying the riches of its colonies, we'll go back to the twelfth and thirteenth century. When Lisbon was emerging from the Morrish invasions that were were being turned back by the crusaders, the Spanish crusaders, and the Portuguese crusaders, we know at best, of course. Because of a man named Henry the navigator who were taught. Caught in grade school in America was responsible for expanding Portugal's reach towards the Cape of Cape of the Cape of Good Hope that's around Africa into the Indian Ocean. And then eventually Vasko gamma another name, we memorized in grade school who excels the world and introduces the riches of the orient. However, we need to go quickly here. And what's important is these colonies in the sixteenth and seventeenth century. Mark. I want to measure this period before the eighteenth century. What is it that Portugal? Enjoyed what did he do right to make itself so rich so quickly? Well, it's it's perfectly so strategically placed along the Atlantic coastline to be that was the first country that actually sort of went down the coast of Africa, it it as you mentioned Henry, the navigator there was a famous navigational school at saga day symposia goal in which the Portuguese could have perfected the technology of navigation. They created new boats, the cut Avella that could go not just ply the Mediterranean, but actually go out into the ocean. And they went down the African coast and to kind of Gold Coast of western Africa. And we're able to cut out the middleman and essentially buy gold from African traders whereby it used to have to go across the Sahara and was sold at very high prices along the northern coast of Africa. Then. They continue down the coast of Africa. And this took many many decades, and as you mentioned Vasco de Gama was the first to go out into the Indian Ocean. He went to India bought spices. And then brought them back in fourteen ninety nine to Portugal, and this effectively cut out the middleman all the middlemen in the Middle East, including Venetians. And so by fifteen ten the Venetians are buying their pepper and spices in Lisbon, and this changes sort of the entire. Sort of economic center of Europe to what was kind of sleepy country in western Europe. And for the next eighty years Portugal is perhaps the most powerful country in Europe, certainly economically. They turned the Indian Ocean into a Portuguese lake in create trading routes and trading cities and fortifications all the way from Japan to then surely Brazil across the Atlantic Ocean. So it's an enormous accomplishment for a very small country and the relationship with Spain at one point in the sixteenth century the Portuguese throne passed to Spain and to the Spanish empire. But then it came back and the puzzle here is Portugal. Did it have technology that was superior to Spain's? Or is that that act that direct access to the Atlantic? Was that the determinative factor? Mark. I think I think it was it was probably more the technology. It was sort of the. I had a lot to do with the political will of the Portuguese crown at the time. But of course, the Spanish quickly got their act together. And they colonized as we all know much of the western hemisphere is well, the Portuguese do lose their monopoly in the Indian Ocean to countries like, France and Britain and the Dutch later on. So there's heavy competition, and there is such a small country. They cannot produce as many ships. And they can't man. That's the problem if manpower, but if you say app in SO after sixteen forty when they reclaim their independence from Spain. They're they're they're once again, a kind of second rate country in Europe until the final years of the seventeenth century when they find for the first time a gold in their new world, colony right gold diamonds and gems everything all of us. They've hit they hit the main. They hit. The main treasure chest of the new world by seventeen twenty. I have a note here, they the wealth of Lisbon was was celebrated so they had a complete reversal in one hundred years from sixteen twenty to seventeen twenty. Yes, the Spanish had found gold and silver very soon after conquest, but the Portuguese colony Brazil for several centuries had to use it is mainly suited for agriculture and the slave trade. But as you say by by the seventeen twenty seventeen thirties the king of Portugal, John v was giving. As party favors to his friends at big cups filled with diamonds and in seventeen fifty five when the earthquake hits Portugal was one of the wealthiest cities in the world. In fact, it was generally believed, it's hard to say, exactly. But in the in the the letters in the newspapers, I'm reading at the time, many people thought that the Portuguese Royal family was actually the richest in the world, certainly Richard than even the board balsa, France. They were great consumers you talk about their palace, the riverside palace being being festooned within dykes and Rembrandt and Rubens. So they were patrons of the art. But it feels as if they bought this to show off how rich they were and how much money they have coming in all the time. So they can spread it throughout your. We're going to go back to the earthquake next because that's just the first of three crises that hit this X, credibly rich place think of this as. New York, San Francisco Perez altogether because of its power to trade in seventeen fifty five in the assumptions made by the eighteenth century reasonable scientific men that this is all forever that we are powerful. The book is this Gulf of fire the destruction of.

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

This Unmillennial Life

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

"I just wanted to share what I am now affectionately calling my magical, sleep cocktail for an overnight flight to Europe. This has no research behind it. It's just my tried and true method that I have been tinkering with for the last couple of years for those of you that are in the this millennial life podcast Facebook group, you know, that at least once maybe twice a year. I have been fortunate in the last few years to get to attend some sponsored conferences in Europe end alone with that comes a unique set of challenges in finding the best way to maximize sleep when you're traveling abroad. Now, if we were all millennials, I like to romanticize and think that we would be easy world travelers that could strap on a backpack and grabber iphone and be ready to Instagram on the side of a mountain somewhere in the Andes. But the reality is many of us as unwilling heels are maybe a little bit less familiar with how to travel to another. Continent or another country. And I think the tips that I'm about to share could be helpful for you. They certainly have worked really well for me. I remember just a few years ago. The first time that I traveled to Europe after many many years I went to a sponsored conference in Amsterdam, and I did not sleep at all and felt really ill. While I was there. So I kind of took it upon myself to figure out what was the best approach for me. If I had any more upcoming trips to Europe to maximize sleep and minimize jetlag. And this is what I've come up with. And as I said, it's worked really well for me, if you have the chance to travel, a hope it works well for you. And here's what essentially I do two days before I'm getting ready to leave on my trip. I go ahead and take a three milligram dose of melatonin at the time of bedtime for the country that I am traveling to. So for instance, I was just in Lisbon Portugal, and that is five hours ahead of the east coast. Post. So the night before I was set to leave at what would be considered about my bedtime? So honestly, I really liked to go to bed around nine thirty. But I thought hey, tin tin thirty makes sense. So that would be five five thirty here on the east coast. I took a dose of melatonin which meant that I needed to be prepared to go to bed fairly early. But the caveat is that I knew I was going to bed fairly early and not by any stretch with imagination at five or five thirty. But certainly not staying up superlight, the caveat is that I knew I needed to get up very early the next morning and by very early. I mean uncomfortably early so that I could give myself a full day of being awake. Because my flight was going to leave at three forty five in the evening. It was an eight hour flight to get to Paris from the east coast. I was leaving from Atlanta..

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HBO still dark on Dish

"KCRW sponsors include net. Flicks presenting the love me when I'm dead chronicling the last years of Orson Welles life that genius behind citizen. Kane. It's wildly entertaining while full of nuance and depth directed by Morgan Neville now streaming only on Netflix as the holidays approach supporting KCRW might slip off your to do list. So try this picture the white sand beaches of Los Cabos, Mexico. Explore majestic coral reefs in a glittering see dine out in the historic colonial district and ring in the new year from the beachfront luxury of the viceroy. It's KCRW's viceroy Los calbos ultimate New Year's Eve getaway. Sweeps. Donate today to the automatic we entered to win your ticket to paradise sweeps. Ends November thirteenth. So do it. Now at KCRW dot com slash join. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter and Matt this week as you know, I'm in Lisbon Portugal this week and starting November. I actually the dish network no longer is carrying HBO. And this is the. First time that this has happened with HBO at anyone that carries HBO that they're at these fights are quite commonplace. Among the broadcast networks or cable networks, they want more money from places that carrot that distribute their content for the privilege of of carrying their content. But this is the first time that HBO has been in a fight that got to this level and significantly the first time that this kind of fight has come to this point since AT and T acquired the Time Warner assets, which includes HBO, and this is a sort of thing that you know, when you look at a big acquisition AT and T buying Time Warner with Warner Brothers and HBO this that and the other an HBO was the crown jewel there. Of course, was a fear that you know, they would strangle the competition or crush the people who have to do business with them. And I guess an argument could be made here. They're doing it. Yeah. I mean dish network competes with direct TV in the satellite business. Direct TV is owned by eighteen. Tea, and now AT and T has this asset HBO that lo and behold, it has been yanked off of dish, which conceivably could make people switch from dish to direct TV. Now, I think it's a little bit more complicated than that in. What you saw from Richard player the of HBO he put out a statement today. Saying no dish took this off dish HBO was ready to do a deal and dish essentially balked and caused them to go dark and the economics. Here are interesting because dish is a lower cost provider. Their whole marketing campaign is we cost less than the big boys like direct TV. So it is possible that they tried to extract some kind of a price concession and HBO emboldened by this new AT and T relationships said, no, you gotta you gotta pay up, but even the specter of AT and T. Acting improperly may impact this appeal which is going on right now. The Justice department is asking a pellet panel to revisit this merger. And the fact that this carriage dispute is going on is probably not good for eighteen in that merger appeal. I mean, it's not technically legal issue. That was addressed when the Justice department tried to block AT and T from buying Time Warner this was not the basis of the argument, they made maybe it should have been. But but notwithstanding the fact that that is not what is at issue that the superior court panel is reviewing it would still get into the heads of someone who reads a business page of a newspaper. A look what's happening AT and T is being a big bad owner of this property. There is a general skepticism. I think towards these companies, and we all kind of assume they're doing the worst thing they could possibly do for the market in their customers that they could get away with. But you know, there are two sides to this and dish has. Long history of getting into carriage fights with various channel companies networks, they are cheap and they're famously cheap. Charlie Ergen who runs dish has been a very controversial si yo, and he's not afraid to pull content. He pulled the Univision channel from dish. When they couldn't reach a deal, and that still is not on the dish network. So there's a lot of players here. That's Mandela knee aditorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at two o'clock on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown this podcast was made by public radio station. KCRW our status has nonprofit enables us to make bold and unusual programs. But we need your support to keep it that way donate or become a member at KCRW dot com slash join. Thanks.

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700 firefighters in Portugal battle wildfire west of Lisbon

WBBM Programming

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

700 firefighters in Portugal battle wildfire west of Lisbon

"Over seven hundred firefighters are battling a forest fire in Portugal about forty kilometers or twenty five miles west of Lisbon Portugal. Civil protection agency says the fire that began overnight at a national park is forced the evacuation of forty seven people and injured eight firefighters and one civilian last year for his fire in Portugal, killed one hundred

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

The Influencer Podcast

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

"Excess stories from our students on our blog, of course, then on Instagram, we are at bucket lists, bombshells. And then those are pretty much the only two speaking of social media platforms that we really use utilize our Facebook group, which is a free Facebook group called bucket list, bombshells tribe so you can. Request to join that as well as for what's next omega is I feel like we have so many exciting things. We just launched our bucket list bombshells experiences, which is basically these monthly groups of women that are coming together and traveling and working around the world together. So right now we have girls in Lisbon Portugal. Next month, we have girls going to Chiang Mai Thailand, and then ending in October in Chengdu, Bali. So that's kind of in a really big thing that's taken over our world and been really exciting new frost. So we're kind of just waiting for those and seeing how those experiences go to plan for them in twenty nineteen have an exciting kind of platform. Let's all say is just quote unquote platform that we've been working on. You has will be the first to know because we haven't said anything about it. We tend to keep things very, very under wraps. So that's kind of the next really, really big thing that we feel like is going to make. Make a huge difference in this space of remote work, and that we really feel like is gonna fill a need for our audience. So exciting things. I can't say much more than that. But yeah, we have a lot of things that were just really excited for for the rest of this year, but also just kind of the bigger vision of bucket Lous bombshells. Awesome. Well, thank you both so much for coming here today and just singer time with us. I can't wait to get the feedback from so many listeners. I'm sure that their minds are going crazy and that their hearts are racing a little bit to be like, oh my gosh. Like I think that I could totally do this in. Now. I know that I have this amazing community called the bucket lists bombshells that are there waiting in the wings to really help me and support me get to that place. So I can't wait to really see what unfolds for our listeners today and really for both of you and how you're going to be able to really lead this next generation of women into really being able to support themselves by working from anywhere. So I'm so excited for that. I love you both so much. I can't wait till we all get together again and see each other, a hope it's sooner rather than later as I've been so spoiled with getting a lot of you this year. I can't wait to see you soon. And thank you so much for being here today..

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Europe's heat record could be broken in Spain and Portugal

24 Hour News

07:19 min | 2 years ago

Europe's heat record could be broken in Spain and Portugal

"Administration argues on this matter it has taken action expelling Russian diplomats closing, diplomatic posts. Maintaining Obama-era sanctions, and conducting table top exercises involving all relevant agencies to. Prepare for and possibly deflect future Russian attacks Jeff major this? Breaking news though this security breach at the, US embassy in Moscow what what are we hearing about that It's a big complex story Japan, here's what. We developed person, who works for the secret service within the US embassy. In? Moscow she was an administrative assistant Had access to, sensitive. Data scheduled internal communications she met frequently with Representative spies within the FSP Russia's top spy agency. She was dismissed last year After this was notified. The State Department in January two thousand seventeen it is unclear congressional committees. Have been notified interesting story or I major Garrett thank you very much apple today became the first American company to be. Worth one trillion dollars the tech giant co founded by Steve Jobs in a California garage in nineteen seventy six was nearly bankrupt in nineteen Ninety-seven. His rival Bill Gates of Microsoft came to the rescue with one hundred. And fifty million dollar investment Apple went on to roll out the ipod Pat and of course the, iphone for more on the rise of apple we're joined by nNcholas Thompson editor in chief. Of wired, magazine in a. CBS news, contributor so Nick that's one. Trillion one billion. Six hundred seventy eight million three hundred. Fifty? Three thousand one. Hundred forty market cap why so significant here Well I think the most. Interesting thing about it is, that they have, put a, lot of products but this is. All about the phone the bulk of this comes from. The iphone. And the reason for that is think about all the industries that used to exist and that we, used to use that, are, now in our phone simple things like alarm clocks calculators to calendars to cameras to maps to MP, three players they built this amazing product and everything inside of it there has there's been. A lot, of talk recently. Nick Nick, about about some of these. Companies getting too, big whether it's Google Amazon Apple is. That? A real concern It's definitely a. Concern I mean. One of the ways to think about it is that apple, employs one hundred and twenty thousand people and. You think about. GM at its peak. They employed six hundred thousand people, see the tech industry getting huge but employing. Far fewer. People there are definitely people who work on the app store but it's, a small number. Of, people generating a huge amount of wealth and there's a trickle down into the apps you're right, but that's interesting all right Nick Thompson. Thanks so much for your perspective tonight the, reward for information leading to a missing university of Iowa student has climbed one hundred seventy two thousand dollars twenty year old Molly Tibbets disappeared two weeks. Ago after going for a, run in Brooklyn, Iowa her, parents are asking for the public's. Help here's Adrian ideas I don't know the I have. The strength. To me but molly's lending me her, strength every day every night Molly Tibbets mother has already endured, fifteen days and nights, without, her daughter the small town Of roughly fourteen hundred people has rallied around her. Search now the families adding another strategy to, the search money rob Tibbets is. Molly's father this is another tool, in our arsenal were providing. This fund to provide some financial incentive for someone who's, otherwise reluctant to come forward Tibbets was dog sitting at her boyfriend's house the last day she was seen he was. Out of, town and is. Not a, suspect the, family believes she's still alive and may. Have been abducted and today her boyfriend pleaded for her safe return everybody has a Molly in their life person has affected her. Them in a. Way that she affected everybody standing here right now imagine if, this was you somebody had taken your Molly. FBI agents have. Also joined in the search and are analyzing location data, from her Fitbit and cell phone and while. The investigation. Continues in Brooklyn Iowa Tibbets family wants to search to go nationwide everybody. In the country Has adopted Molly so Let's keep at. It Let's go get her Police have already investigated roughly two hundred tips including a sighting of someone who looked like Tippett's at a. Truck stop in Missouri but today police said it wasn't her her family hopes that this increase reward money will bring in more tips and crack the case here by resonating with. A, lot of. People Adrian thank you Police in Aurora Colorado. Are answering questions tonight about a tragic police shooting left a decorated Vietnam war hero of dead as Jamie Yuccas reports the grandfather was killed while trying to protect his family during. A, home invasion Police are piecing together a violent and. Bizarre crime scene in this Aurora Colorado neighborhood he grabbed. The, eleven year, old. Child and dragged the child into the bathroom I'm not going to go into the into the graphic details of what happened in the bathroom other than to say that that child was violently assaulted, Seventy-three-year-old Vietnam veteran Richard Gary black was trying to protect his grandson from a naked and seemingly crazed intruder identified as twenty six year old does John Harper college shots fired black had killed Harper as, officers burst in they see Mr. black emerge into the officers views the next thirteen seconds officers continue to give at least. Five commands to Mr. black to drop the gun and to show his hands We don't know why but for whatever reason Mr. black did not drop the gun that's when officers fired, four rounds on black killing the wrong man during his service in Vietnam he was awarded many medals including the purple heart and bronze star mister black saved his family's life that night In particular his young grandson, we remain heartbroken over this situation Now, officer who killed black was also a military veteran and Jeff it turns out that. He was also involved in another shooting just a month ago the police chief says that the. Department is now receiving, death threats heartbreaking, his right Jim mucus thank you Heat warnings went. Up, in much of Europe today records that have stood for four, decades are falling at the height of tourist season it was one hundred and four. In MADRID Spain one hundred six in Lisbon Portugal it's going to be even hotter tomorrow here's. Seth dome The culprit hot air. Blowing from Africa it's leaving Europeans and summer visitors melting in triple degree. Temperatures. From Nashville yeah so you're used to the, heat yes this is a different kind of heat Jessica pip it likened it to. A never ending sauna at Rome Spanish steps, it is hot here it's like, walking, into a hairdryer with the heat is. Blowing at you.

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on KOMO

"Much just giving it all you got isn't the best. Thing now the question you've likely been pondering the last minute or, so who thought throwing an axe while drinking a beer was a good. Idea I lift trainers on all the. Time We have this place staff for the trainer. Every night of the week any sort of that goes on here, is overlooked by Portland extra strict rules at rules that include if the. Bar won't serve you neither will we It's all you, know we we we we do a handshake you know and then we, have a. Beer And then we Another fund Wednesday, night in, Portland Brian, Calvert KOMO news Family, from Texas gets trapped in an elevator and Lisbon. Portugal and that was just the, beginning of, their problems And later when rim part Nabi and. Her family got stuck in an elevator while on vacation they did what anyone would do they called for, help we call emergency button on the elevator and The man who had answered I mean I didn't know this at the, time apparently he thought that we were just Frank calling. Him eventually ended up calling nine one one Are you in right now But they're call wasn't, answered. By authorities in Lisbon Portugal instead it was answered over three, thousand, miles away in Lisbon Maine I'm. Going to stay with you Okay I'm going. To try to get. You help I'm in the state of. Maine in the United States but I'm going to try to get somebody I. Was very shocked I even repeated Portugal that's not, what I expected to hear she was, the one who actually contacted authorities, for us within twenty minutes Portuguese first responders had the family out of the elevator but, overnight Reema and Kathy connected again this time for, a. FaceTime reunion we were definitely a lot more helpful in the, first, person we got got in touch Well thank you that's, why I do what I do remain says they crammed four. People into a two person elevator so they were. Very. Excited. When the elevator repairman finally showed up and..

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And i had to be mad fact or as some people know it is lifeline off the ship into the hospital in hawaii and i apparently had three seizures in flight from the ship into the hospital and then while i was in the hospital i ended up having five more rusty says his injuries could have been far worse there were several other sailors army men marines that had received injuries a lot more extreme than what i have i'm thankful that i was able to serve and to come home with my beautiful wife and children as a lot of men and women out there didn't get to come home governor eric cole comet graduated from hanover college in nineteen ninety and had decided he to serve in the navy during the buildup to the gulf war as it turns out as you know by the time i got through boot camp and through a school it was over and much to my regret i'm glad it was so efficiently executed but i never got there and i extended my duty and it just couldn't have gone better for me as a person to be able to contribute in that way after boot camp governor holcomb spend most of his time in europe i ended up serving in i at nasa so field in jacksonville florida and then transferred to lisbon portugal actually aware portugal between cash cash and lizard boa as they would say you know i wore the uniform but folks that i know of and have worked with dating back to the second world war i mean what they endured and saw and brought back with them i can't relate to quite honestly former indianapolis mayor greg ballard was already in the marines when he was sent to kuwait by far the most difficult day of my by marine corps life was when i had to leave for the gulf war back in nineteen ninety and i can still remember the look on my wife's face because people forget that were that war started the estimates for casualties were ten thousand in the first few days of that war and that's what i was heading off into and and my wife knew that too so i i was the officer charge of the deployment that that movement so i could she could not hang around i had work to do that so.

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Eurovision song contest held in Lisbon, Portugal; Israel's Netta Barzilai takes top honors

NPR News Now

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Eurovision song contest held in Lisbon, Portugal; Israel's Netta Barzilai takes top honors

"To agree to show up in court researchers say more than four hundred thousand americans are stuck in jail every day because they can't pay bail for npr news i'm amy kylie in atlanta a new lava fisher has opened up on hawaii's big island in the vicinity of geothermal energy plant the us geological survey said that brings the total number of fissures to sixteen president trump on friday made federal aid available by declaring a major disaster on the big island the hawaiian volcano observatory reports the fisher opened up about a mile northeast of the last fisher and east of the puna geothermal venture plant this is npr news israel has won the eurovision song contest one of the world's most popular televised competitions beating out twenty five other countries entrance allison robert's reports from lisbon where this year's competition drew tens of thousands of fans from across europe and beyond the year these in some contest drills at global tv audience about two two hundred million from joining don'ts music to heavy metal that was a bit of everything in this year's grand final portugal has the competition for the first time having won last year many acts book packed with special effects including fireworks.

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Croats gather in Austria for controversial commemoration

Masters in Business

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Croats gather in Austria for controversial commemoration

"Villi on israel is the winner of the twenty eighteen eurovision song contest with this little number called i'm not your toy beat songs for forty two other countries at the event in lisbon portugal i'm richard johnson hi i'm jay farner ceo of quicken loans i believe buying a home is almost always a better idea than renting but if.

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Activity but hawaii public radio's bill dorman reports tourism officials are encouraging visitors to keep plans to visit the state state and local tourism officials say most of the big island of hawaii is not affected by events kill away of volcano the head of the local visitors bureau says his thoughts are with those suffering from recent events but adds that tourism is still the island's biggest business bell darmon reporting from honolulu oklahoma's republican governor has signed a bill into law that permits faithbased adoption agencies to refuse to place children in lgbtq homes the decision is sparking outrage among gay rights activists who call it a license to discriminate against gays and lesbians supporters say the law protects religious freedom it provides legal protections to private agencies that refuse to place children in homes they say violate the religious or moral convictions or policies this is npr news the world health organization says new experimental ebola vaccines will be shift as quickly as possible to the democratic republic of the congo health officials confirmed two cases there this week the eurovision finale will take place tonight in lisbon portugal npr's eleanor beardsley reports the popular song competition has developed a cult like following in europe and beyond down you take the current favorite to win the eurovision song contest cypresses eleni pereira who came from nowhere and has remained top of new book these ranking israel's entry a feminist anthem called toy with the second favorite to win.

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Protesters gather as R. Kelly takes the stage in North Carolina

01:49 min | 2 years ago

Protesters gather as R. Kelly takes the stage in North Carolina

"Volcanoes destroyed more than two dozen homes in an area where all nineteen hundred residents have been vacuumed at president trump has declared a major disaster in r kelly concert drew protesters and greensboro north carolina last night bethany chafing of member station w f d d reports that a group gathered outside the venue to protest mid the sexual abuse allegations against kelly now i'm not trying to be the era of me too and time's up the mute are kelly movement has emerged calling for a boycott of the artists shows and music but our kelly's concert went on as planned and greensboro friday night activists omi bernie scott told those gathered outside the venue that the protest was about accountability and justice black women and girls thank you for saying no the sexual violence against black women and girls this is about to be held responsible for their actions this is about disrupting sexual violence is about disrupting sexual predators on thursday spotify announced would no longer promote r kelly's material on its playlists for npr news i'm bethany chafe in greensboro north carolina eurovision song contest is close to picking a winner the final tonight and lisbon portugal the contests has been around for more than sixty years i'm joel snyder this is npr news from washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include jones day an integrated partnership collaboratively providing legal services for more than a century fortythree offices five continents serving clients as one firm worldwide learn more at jones day dot com.

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Emma and Liam top list of most popular baby names

24 Hour News

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Emma and Liam top list of most popular baby names

"The contest featuring musicians from forty three countries is popular in countries outside of europe including china this year it is being held in lisbon portugal the organization didn't say which acts had been cut by mango the you said in a statement the contract allowing the chinese broadcaster to televise the twenty eight thousand contests was terminated immediately leaving mango tv i'm able to air the second semifinal on thursday and the grand final on saturday north korea's key ally china says it welcomes progress on a summit between the leaders of the us and north korea is ap correspondent charlesdale desma reports the summits being held next month the foreign ministry says china believes the june twelve meeting in singapore between kim jong un i'm president donald trump will mark an important step in bringing about denuclearization achieving a political settlement to issues on the korean peninsula and ensuring regional peace and stability china's president has met twice with came in china over the past two months including a two day meeting this week in what is seen as a push to ensure beijing's interests are upheld in any settlement between north korea and the us i'm charleston desma the most popular baby name for girls in recent years remained untapped 2017 ap correspondent mike have been reports there was a new king among boys names for the fourth year in a row emma was the top girl's name hello i'm anna watson i am so excited to be here in france emma was followed by livia api isabela and sophia on the boys side liam was the most popular in two thousand seventeen pay everybody i'm liam liam push last year's champ noah to the number two spot william was third followed by james and logan the social security administration releases to one thousand most popular baby names each year the agency uses the announcement.

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"Bullet what did he do you know the mmd government toomey bullock knew him uh wait wait wait wait bob bob with that bob affecting the empire strikes back and louder news jenna andy taylor from duran duran wednesday from the addams family lisa lauren sixty today though weekend very popular singer songwriter whose egon when now he's got some eight less with wanted their head deed bala but i dunno via the model yasser if they're still they have ceremony those donkey i'll say i think he's gone through a couple of us can there he wrung the right to impeach of canadian yeah and arm be singer james ingram with this great smooth voice um turns sixty six today in lisbon portugal airport authorities arrested two smugglers they were smuggling cocaine king did they hide him inside there but implants in there but implant there however it wasn't clear how police discovered the fake implants have no kid who that that's all the story says were those plastic like those that was fate but she array those are halloween time or these real when was worthy involved were these under their enemy lance like real implants silicone her i dunno sniff they've lost bags of maybe they had one of those the but enhancing panties yeah that nonaligned that's what happened at anti but they must i have one of those sniffing dogs sniff at a rally valerie sniffing around their butts what's wrong back there and take a shower i dunno he's got some that in their home think this hennick dogs go after that they are very specific in what they're looking for they know there's go gain in the book implants it is six thirty two here at cbs fm coming up at seven ten will give us a thousand dollars song of that add seven thirty this morning we wind up contest week yes going to go back and do our final.

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on AP News

"Radio news i'm tim mcguire earlier shrugged press secretary sarah sanders said president trump believes is too soon to say whether sexual misconduct allegations against alabama gop senate candidate more should force them from the race the president also vague these allegations are triage judge more will do the right thing and step aside more a sean hannity show he is the victim of a democratic uh uh map would never happen aired obviously you don't wait forty years the brink are suffering the washington post reported yesterday one woman says she had a sexual encounter with more when he was in his thirties and she was fourteen three other women say he also them when they were dragged nature's trump campaign contacted wikki league to mike groff the data firm that presidents liam payne says his company reached out to wikki weeks last year about obtain to democrat hillary clinton speaking at the web summit technology conference in lisbon portugal alexan ceo of cambridge analytica said the in early in 2016 was turned down by wikileaks editor julian assange wikileaks had claimed it was prepared to publish clinton emails next had nothing to do with any mike rossio washington highway surveillance voters yemen's leading up to a deadly shooting involved means on a busy stretch in providence rhode island yesterday clements the video shows a driver pickup evolved police chase was ramming other cars before police sopon fire wallace was going on providence police officers of broadcasting shots fired john nixon yes i am to run them over hitting other caused by in rocking his fourth the driver was taking a female passenger was injured this is ap radio news name a tearful meeting at the mayo clinic for linked by transplant willie ross donated the face of her late husband meaning any it has finally given me uh uh sanders his chin in late two thousand six and pulled the trigger he says this transplant is giving him new life through stand in the elevator and not have thrived your face another funeral lilley ross uh before the meeting fearful of the certain reminders of her husband who took his own life but you saw a man whose life had husband's gift since era things happen his family send is says he wants to show this of a new face not wabc of.

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"lisbon portugal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"lisbon portugal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Floor and my dog licht it yeah i mean i guess while we're at this it fell on the floor states peanut butter sandwiches floor it it in a rare case it it it lands uh bread down peanut butter up you're going to eat it yeah i think he kinda got to eat it it's one of those gambles bag and i gambled pretty much on the side of whatever i gotta eat it and hope for the best i went to the traveller making this thing i'm eating nothing and vina traveler man i've seen some flies i in portugal lisbon portugal in the islamic district their then there were no refrigeration and the shop and in europe they put stay make sandwiches ahead of time and they put him out and their flies on him and you just eat it so we're we're pretty uptight when it comes to flag i'm gonna go against yes so in not lisbon there was a back alley out in our backyard hours it comes at a fish thing cod not really a delicacy it's kind of basic and it's a it's a darkened in the shops there to keep the lights low to save money and i guess to keep a cool going shaaban his dark and is not refrigerated and has only a couple things in there and as a piece of buckle yarn i get it 'cause things things go a little you normal sensibilities changing if when travelling am i gal my girlfriend said you're not gonna eager you're is the new yes i am in was weird because it was the beginning of the trip and if things had gone south it would a royal trip but no problem at all hey i have paul and cleveland i do and cleveland rock six you're the dark it was going on yeah so what happened with that baseball game today in on any rock that is i do got rained out okay did you go did you wanna go you know.

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