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"londonderry" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:12 min | 4 months ago

"londonderry" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Finally today we want to bring you the story of a remarkable and complicated boston woman. Andy cohen cup. Chomsky a latvian immigrant. Living in the west end she was a wife and mother of three. And if you had been around in the mid nineteen eight skews me hundred nineties. You might better know her. As annie londonderry at three year old woman who this week in eighteen ninety four began an extraordinary journey around the world on a bicycle. She was one half p.t. Barnum one-half susan b. anthony and a third half. Nellie bly her story captured the zeitgeist at the time. The women's suffrage movement extraordinary tales told in the newspaper and of course a healthy dose of snake oil and. She is at the center of the story and a new book by local author. Peter in his new book is spin a novel based on a mostly true story. Peter welcome to radio boston faculty seattle. It's great to be here so peter. What a woman. I just gave a quick review of anti londonderry. You wrote this book and a one about her in two thousand seven. Tell us tell us who she was. Will you did a great job stomach it up. She was this young mother married in her late teens with three young kids by the time she was about twenty three years old living in this tenement the west end not particularly happy with her life and looking for means of escape and she founded on a bicycle so tell us what her life would have been. Life would have been more of the same pretty much drudgery. She wants told her granddaughter. She didn't want to have another child under her apron every year. she was cleaning. She was shopping. she was cooking. She was actually working outside the home as an advertising solicitor for the boston newspapers. But living in the west end she was exposed to people from all corners of the world. It was one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the united states at the time. And i think for anyone with imagination that took them beyond the banks of the charles river. It was a community that would have inspired some curiosity about the world outside the one she was living in. You know when. I when i first heard about here i was like i'm sorry. What a woman in the late eighteen ninety s biked across the world. Now she and then find out she'd never even been on a bike before this big wager reading the book. I cain i would say. I came to a new appreciation also of the role of the bicycle. The history of bicycle for boston for women's suffrage for women's rights. I had no idea there was an intersection there. Tell us yes. I think this is one of the most underappreciated. A pieces of history about the women's movement of the time is how vital the bicycle was and transforming the lives of women who were seeking the vote and seeking social equality Gave them new mobility. It gave them the exhilaration of freedom of movement..

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"londonderry" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

07:32 min | 5 months ago

"londonderry" Discussed on What'sHerName

"Then. She lands once again in america on a steamship in san francisco and this is an interesting overlap because this is the era of chinese immigration to the island. Or how do episode right annie. Londonderry came in on an immigrant. Ship so now she's going to criss cross the american west on her way to chicago and on a map it makes no sense at. She takes a very circuitous route. I mean that the sense of not direct. Yeah where do the railroads go very insightful. Figured i mean. She did cycle some long stretches and we know that because she had companion cycling clubs that were biking with her but yeah i think she took a train. When it was in el paso texas. She met with the warmest. Welcome since marseille and her. Her lecture there turned out to be a major news story not so much because of her though but because of who was in the audience A very famous man. By the name of john wesley hardin. What are the most notorious outlaws the old west. He killed dozens of men but later in his life had become a lawyer on the job training. Now john wesley hardin is in love with a married woman and he wants to murder her husband he needs a good alibi. Wow and on a night in july of eighteen ninety-five. He had his lover's husband murdered. He hires only the best four. That harden has hired all law enforcement officers. Where was he. He was at the lecture. Being given by annie londonderry the the woman going around the world that a bicycle sounds like another told him. It was all over the news. This notorious outlaw. In the front row at ami londonderry's lecture but this one was true. A real brush with fame and But she just cycled cycled on her way. We actually have no idea when she rolled into chicago three weeks early. She had won the wager. Ten thousand dollars. She said plus all the money she made along the way chicago. September twelfth eighteen ninety-five today misled the dairy later wheel down at the wellington hotel. But thankful cy mrs cup chomsky. Her real name looked far from feeling well as she claimed to be. In fact she looked like a sick woman. Her arm was broken and bound in a sling. And the last three hundred miles were written with it in that condition. It's kind of sadly anti-climactic now there's no parade. There's no celebration and she's she's really broken down did it. What next in an interesting postscript bicycle trip the new york world said hey this lady can tell a story of a girl stunt reporter. They would have called her and wrote a series of hyperbolic feature stories and some of them were bylined. The new woman. She also returned to boston to her husband and family and had one more child. She must have regaled her children and her neighbors with stories of her adventures to the variant. Wow i got me thinking what if your mother was an unreliable narrator holy unbelievable witness to life reminds me of one of your favorite movies. I was gonna say big fish. Yeah and is that. A blessing or a curse. It's a blessing to everybody except their children. We know that stories are powerful. I i personally feel like stories. Are the most powerful force in human history but their relation to the truth is important. But it's complicated. Yeah and i think it's very easy to enjoy the story and to go. The story is the most important. In retrospect right. Like i can look back and go. Oh this is all delightful and the stories from the past. But yeah in the moment when they're actually affecting people an actually affecting you. The truth is a lot more important. If if it's going to derail your life but philosophically. Psychologically speaking also read some really essays. Elaine de botton's essay about how we engage with life. He talks about how there are those who can make much of little and there are those who make little of much Even life and that. Maybe it's a gift to be able to take little scraps of life hands. You nothing now. Can you take the scraps that you have and turn it into something big and meaningful. Life didn't hand her wealth or fame. It didn't hand her power opportunity and yet she turned it into now world fame. She took she took nothing and made herself and her life into this incredible adventure just through her sheer chutzpah. What combination of genetics and environment. What has to come together to create someone. Who's so willing and able to defy all the conventional norms of her time. I i don't know if she even knew. I mean it's so this is probably. She were alive today. You know sometimes wonder what you. Would there be a diagnosis. Actually how much was she aware of who she really was. As opposed to the character she had created. Yes he's It very hard to sort of say sam sir. To who was andy cohen. Maybe this is why none of us have ever heard of her. Why peter's oil and had to dig so deep to uncover her story even in his own family. Yeah it feels like she's such an interesting human. Yeah who is annie londonderry. I dunno know. Do any of us even know where our character in. We're true self begins. We're all creating our personas all the time right. Yeah.

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"londonderry" Discussed on What'sHerName

What'sHerName

05:30 min | 5 months ago

"londonderry" Discussed on What'sHerName

"Turned out by the to bid her farewell the throng resembled a huge swath events. The shoe phobia was equally invaded along the he privileged hundreds came to make their goodbyes to the intrepid missile london daily. Any londonderry's proposed route. We'll take our from. Bodo southward through italy and greece and onto constantinople then spy steamer to bombay riding across india to calcutta by st japan riding through that country and taking the steamer to san francisco. That's not exactly what happened. God on a steamship in marseilles and she did not get again for any significant.

What's Behind the Recent Violence in Northern Ireland?

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:48 min | 6 months ago

What's Behind the Recent Violence in Northern Ireland?

"The violence on the streets of northern ireland. This week is the worst thing. In years the unrest has largely come from unionist or loyalist factions. those in favor of unity. With great britain were loyal to its crown night after night mobs targeted. Police officers with bricks and molotov cocktails more than fifty officers have been injured politicians including the country's leader. I minister arlene foster of the democratic. Unionist party held an emergency meeting yesterday. Calling for calm injury tree. Frontline officers victims terrorized. How much to people's property the harm to northern ireland image. In our centenary year us take us backwards. A new brick no bottle no patra bone thrown has shaved or ever cheese anything but -struction arm on the scale of that destruction harm and fear has brought to international attention. Prompting a statement from white house press secretary jen psaki. We are concerned by the violence in northern ireland joined the british irish and northern irish leaders in their calls for calm rioting on northern. Ireland's streets is uncomfortably familiar with roots in sectarian divides that go back centuries in nineteen ninety eight. The good friday agreement devolved the government and put an end to the decades of brutal clashes known as the troubles. What's happening now is fueled by more. Recent events represents appointed threat to that hard won peace. Really we've had several nights of pretty consistent and quite serious violence across northern ireland. This has been going on for more than a week annoy. It has spread from londonderry to belfast. To some of the smaller provincial ballymena carrickfergus etcetera.

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Northern Ireland Sees Three Nights of Violence as Tensions Mount

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:03 min | 6 months ago

Northern Ireland Sees Three Nights of Violence as Tensions Mount

"Easter weekend so renewed violence in northern ireland with petrol bombs thrown and cars hijacked and set alight. The police called for calm after unionists engaged in a so called night of disorder in a suburb. In the city of belfast. The police federation for northern ireland said destroying urine communities was not the way to protest or event or for more on this when are joined by rebecca black. Who's a journalist with press. Association based in belfast. Good morning rebecca. Good to have you with us. Good morning thanks for having me so just recap what happened at the weekend. I mean we're now getting reports that more than forty police officers were injured. And yes i suppose it. Sorta stretch back to last week and there was a stevenson started breaking in londonderry last week they continued on for think. Seven or eight consecutive nights. Ny and then there was also some disturbances on nights. Skirts of belfast. As you'd neutered in the headline and i mean brexit as a part of this however at some more should have complex picture on the grind. Anger has been building within the union. Loyalist communities over the last year over brexit and this week in northern protocol was negotiated to keep northern ireland within the rules to avoid a hard border island the violent and so the system of tech support system i regarded as a border in the irish sea. And there's also anger in the loyalist community which sits back further over what they regard as to tear. Police said this was exasperated. Further last week and the public prosecution public prosecution service took the decision not to pursue not to pursue prosecutions and twenty four members of cimpian for attending the funeral of a senior republican last jin municipal during a period of ed lockdown. When in new was meant to be gathering but estimated two thousand people including leadership of champagne gathered mice. West belfast so the decision to prosecute exasperated that sort of regard to police

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Northern Ireland police appeal for calm after violent unrest

WGN Showcase

00:24 sec | 6 months ago

Northern Ireland police appeal for calm after violent unrest

"Have appealed for calm during the second night of unrest. Three cars were hijacked and set on fire on the outskirts of Belfast on Friday night. 27 police officers were injured and eight people were arrested during writes in Belfast in Londonderry. Many pro British unionists oppose a new trade barrier introduced between Northern Island and the rest of the UK is part of Britain's departure from the U. As Major

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Northern Ireland police appeal for calm after violent unrest

New Sounds

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Northern Ireland police appeal for calm after violent unrest

"Came under attack last night in a second night of violence and semi autonomous Northern Ireland. Vicki Barker reports from London a week of mounting tensions erupted into violence on Friday night as 27 police officers were injured in protests in Belfast and Londonderry. Saturday night. The unrest continued when riot police and armored vehicles surrounded cars that have been set a light by protesters who also threw bricks and Molotov cocktails. Some in the Protestant community believe Post Brexit trading barriers are cutting Northern Ireland off from the Britain to which they feel loyalty. Protesters were also angered by a decision not to prosecute 24 shin faint politicians for attending the funeral of Bobby's Story of former senior leader of the IRA in violation of covert 19 restrictions for

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17-Year-Old Killed In Fiery Londonderry, NH Crash

WBZ Afternoon News

00:23 sec | 7 months ago

17-Year-Old Killed In Fiery Londonderry, NH Crash

"Investigation is ongoing. Police up in Londonderry, New Hampshire, say a 17 year old boy has died after a fiery crash on Friday night. Police found the car engulfed in a blaze and we're not sure if there was anyone inside Once firefighters got the fire under control. They confirm the teenager was inside. Authorities say the victim was from Londonderry but have not released his

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Man swinging knife at people in downtown Boston arrested by officers

WBZ Afternoon News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Man swinging knife at people in downtown Boston arrested by officers

"Boston Police are investigating an overnight incident in which an officer shot a knife wielding suspect with a bean bag shotgun. The incident was caught on video, which was circulated on Twitter. Billy Busies match. Shearer has more incident began when bpd received word of a man swinging a knife it strangers in downtown crossing. When the suspect was located by police. He fled on foot with the knife in hand. Officers chased him down as he yelled that he did nothing wrong, but also telling cops to shoot him. They first tried pepper spray with minimal effect. Then, after several requests for him to drop the weapon, police fired four shots from a less lethal beanbag shotgun. This caused a suspect to fall, dropping the knife and allowing cops to take him into custody. He was then identified as 42 year old Kenneth Kelly from Londonderry, New Hampshire and taken to a local hospital for evaluation. Upon release. Kelly was charged with four counts of assault with a deadly weapon, disturbing the peace and resisting arrest in the financial district match here. W. B. Z Boston's news radio.

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Trump makes last minute stop in Bangor, Maine

WBZ Afternoon News

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Trump makes last minute stop in Bangor, Maine

"A rally for President Trump has just ended the Manchester Boston Regional Airport in New Hampshire. The president moving to his next stop in Bangor, Maine, The Bangor Daily News reporting he'll be visiting a local orchard. There seems to be a last minute stop and may not one that was on his schedule, and the president spoke to thousands of his supporters in Londonderry at the rally just after he flew in On Air Force One. Among the topics the president's about with covert 19 took something called Regeneron. The following morning. I felt so good

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President Trump to Campaign in New Hampshire, NW of Boston, on Sunday

WBZ Afternoon News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

President Trump to Campaign in New Hampshire, NW of Boston, on Sunday

"The president is campaigning in New Hampshire tomorrow with a rally in Londonderry. The president will speak at the pro Star Aviation hangar at the Manchester Boston Regional Airport. The rally set for one PM Doors open at 10 am. Registration for the event is still open. But there is a two ticket limit the president hoping to flip the state back to red in November, but the latest polls, but his Democratic challenger, former VP Joe Biden, Up between 10 and 15

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"londonderry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"londonderry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Morgan spent his 22 year career with six teams, but he was most famously a member of the legendary big Red machine. From Cincinnati in the 19 seventies. He won two World Series titles with the Reds won came against the Red Sox in 1975. No word on the cause of death, but Morgan had been suffering from a nerve condition. Morgan was 77 years old. Coming up cases of identity theft among hundreds of Worcester City employees. But first it's 1 33 time for traffic and weather together. The super retailers of New England all real drive traffic on the threes. What's happening now? Kevin Suzanne, Still lots of volume from the leaf peepers coming back home here up to the north. It's 93 South, bound about 15 miles to stop and go traffic at a Canterbury, New Hampshire down through conquered, You run it again through the left lane closer here between eggs five and four in Londonderry, New Hampshire. About 95 south, bound up in Maine over a four mile back up into the York toll plaza. And then it stays slow all the way down through Kittery and on towards the bridge. More brake lights from Exit three and Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Down through the Hampton toll plaza out to the west for 95 south pounds jammed up from 1 17 in Bolton down to 2 90, Mass. Pike westbound over four miles of stop and go traffic getting out past 2 90 all burn. Down in the mid Cape Highway westbound Still, those delays between exits 11 and 10 and Harwich. Then you're locked up after exit foreign sandwich over to the SAG Amore Bridge sandwich Road, backed up for a little over a mile into the born rotary. And then you get out Route three North bound..

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Boston Area News: President Trump Holds Rally In Londonderry, New Hampshire

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Area News: President Trump Holds Rally In Londonderry, New Hampshire

"Trump campaigning last night in New Hampshire, addressing supporters at Pro Star Aviation in Londonderry, the president telling his New Hampshire airport rally, It is likely that Joe Biden would not serve a full term that Kamala Harris is not safe to have on deck. But I don't want to see a woman president Get into that position the way she do it, and she's not competent Harris Biden campaign saying the same about President Trump and that their full court election press will start on Labor Day.

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"londonderry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"londonderry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Well for the event in Londonderry, so be sure to tune in to name will have updates all day. He confined us anytime, anywhere on your phone or other devices. Just download the I heart radio app. Now a two a 12, the nation's capital. Another rally going on today, this time civil rights advocates from all over the country gathering for the commitment march on Washington. Thousands were at the Lincoln Memorial for this event. This our speakers denouncing police brutality and vigilante violence against black Americans, among them Massachusetts. Rep. Ayanna Presley, We are black, with the capital being way are the manifestation of the movement. We're a symbol of social, political and cultural progress. Organizers have labelled this event the Get your knee off our next rally. It's a reference to the police death of George Floyd this year in Minneapolis. After the rally protesters planned to march from the memorial Overto West Potomac Park, all expected to wrap up in about half an hour. We'll keep an eye on that for you as well. And also today at 202 State police say they arrested a U haul driver today in sterling. It say the man refused to stop for a trouper during a traffic stop and then led police on a high speed chase down to 90 and onto 1. 90 say that Chase ended when troopers rolled out a device to deflate the vans. Tires. Driver hit the van crashed right into a rap on route 12. Officers say they caught a young man trying to run away from the van after the crash. They think he was the driver here to other passengers sent a lemon stir hospital for minor injuries. They too could face charges for that crash crashes in 203 time for traffic and weather together. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes time Ike there to call you a speaking of crashes, right? Yeah, it's that time of the day. We've got a fresh one. Route three North bound is jammed over a mile Weymouth up into Braintree with a left lane crash before you get to Union Street, South found delays coming off the expressway again down past Union Street. Because of that, north bound pile up and then farther south, delays route 18 to Derby Street, of course, got about a half mile Wait at the sag more bridge, just a slight backup at the born Sales were here we go. The expressway South bound champ coming out of the tunnel down towards the gas tank. Your back in. It fell after Brian Dev, Now North pounds. Chan Braintree, a passing a Ponzi, and it's pretty slow getting up to the tunnel to up to the north 1 28 North Looks like it's all brake lights from route 38 up past 93 in Woburn. That's just over two miles. 93 North. Some stop and go up after 1 25. It goes from four lanes to three. Up in that stretch through one south there slow through Saugus. Better South bound. Ruwan is really jammed up along that Chelsea curve here down to one lane as you come down towards the Tobin Bridge Right now, downtown. The lower deck isn't bad. But the backup starts on the Zaken Bridge. Of course that continues. Into the tunnel. Storrow Drive East is backed up coming into Lefferts Circle. It'll stay slow like that on the leverage up. Brant Mike Ng w B. C's traffic on the three's All right Now it's time for the four day W B Z accurately forecast. Looking out the window. Right now I see some dramatic clouds over the city of Boston. Bit of a breeze from the West about 10 Miles an hour, But overall, it's a pretty good day out there. We've.

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Trump to follow RNC speech with campaign rally in New Hampshire

WBZ Midday News

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Trump to follow RNC speech with campaign rally in New Hampshire

"From his party nomination Acceptance speech at the RNC last night to our backyard President Trump will hold a campaign rally at the Pro Star Aviation hangar in Londonderry, New Hampshire tonight.

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John Hume, who won Nobel Peace Prize for work to end violence in Northern Ireland, has died at 83

Business Rockstars

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

John Hume, who won Nobel Peace Prize for work to end violence in Northern Ireland, has died at 83

"John Hume, The political leader who won the Nobel Peace Prize for helping bring Peace to Northern Ireland, has died at 83. He passed away early today at a nursing home in Londonderry. Hume was one of Northern Ireland's best known politicians for more than 30 years and played a major role in the peace talks. That led to the Good Friday agreement in 1998 for use radio News. I'm Chris

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Boston - As New Hampshire begins to reopen, another challenge emerges

Jay Talking

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - As New Hampshire begins to reopen, another challenge emerges

"New Hampshire salons are about to open again so you'd think salon owners would be happy well think again here's WBZ's Karen regal Amy liberally owned salon Bogar in Londonderry a four thousand square foot someone and has for thirty years but she is under the same restrictions as a salon or barber shop that is a quarter of the size ten people at a time total so that means I can have for stylist and for clients at a time and have two people in guest services greeting guests at the door and checking them out for their services this has strangled my ability to be able to make ends meet here's why first I let's commit more unemployment she says but if she doesn't open to lose clients and if she has to lay off any of our seventy five employees she has to pay back or federal small business loan instead of having it forgiven in New Hampshire Karen regal WBZ Boston news

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"londonderry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"londonderry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Up here and Peabody at Danvers one twenty eight north bound out tied up from Wall Street getting up to that right lane closure before Endicott street in Danvers southbound they got the right lane take it as well but you got minimal delays getting by that route one south bound the ramp to walnut street that first ramp they're heading to Linfield that shut down for road work this also has the walnut street ramp from Saugus two with route one south bound also closed ninety three north bound overhead lighting crews got the two left lanes blocked here from Medford square up towards Roosevelt circle head up in Haverhill for ninety five north bound that right lanes take it again today from ward hill up to river street we got some delays up in Manchester New Hampshire ninety three south bound reduce speeds getting down to the lane closures after that southern split of two ninety three down towards exit five heading into Londonderry this report sponsored by the ad council attentional thrift thurs of those awesome find you get a good well or even all summer than you may realize because as a nonprofit goodwill uses your purchases to fund job training and more in our neighborhoods learn more at goodwill dot org Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes R. I. Kevin thank you the weather is brought to us by Toyota's official website for deals by a Toyota dot com joining us again on a beautiful Thursday morning it's dean devore yeah the U. S. sunshine I I still dare you to find a cloud around the city the the leading edge of the batch of clouds is getting to that stance in the southwest corner of Massachusetts.

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Man arrested for allegedly shooting bride and bishop during wedding

WBZ Morning News

01:41 min | 2 years ago

Man arrested for allegedly shooting bride and bishop during wedding

"I man jump from the balcony of a church in Pelham New Hampshire yesterday morning to stop an active shooter at the New England Pentecostal church the shooter identified as thirty seven year old Dale Holloway wounded to people before he was tackled by several wedding guests Denise archer is the daughter in law of all female archer the deacon who jumped from the balcony everybody started to run when they heard the shots and when the shot started and then he said I need to get out of here but then he he stopped and said now I can't leave and he went back in and not to tackle the guy there was a wedding taking place at the time the church bishop seventy five year old Stanley Choate who was officiating and the bride sixty year old clear macmall and were both wounded Choate remains hospitalized in Boston this morning in serious condition complicating the story of funeral was scheduled to take place following the wedding for sixty year old Reverend Luis Garcia who was killed in Londonderry New Hampshire on October first he was allegedly killed by a young man he was trying to help twenty four year old Brandon because deadly owned at the wedding because Stickley owns father mark who was the groom he suffered a minor injury the globe reports that the suspect Dale Holloway is named as the step son of the Reverend Garcia in Garcia's obituary Holloway is under arrest facing charges in the shooting he's expected to appear in court Tuesday police say this was not a random event Sunday services at the New England Pentecostal church have been canceled for today crisis counselors will be available today at the Sherman hall community center in Pelham from twelve noon to five

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Man arrested for allegedly shooting bride and bishop during wedding

WBZ Morning News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Man arrested for allegedly shooting bride and bishop during wedding

"There was a wedding taking place at the time the church bishop seventy five year old Stanley choked who was officiating and the bride sixty year old clear McMullan were both wounded showed remains hospitalized in Boston this morning in serious condition complicating the story of funeral was scheduled to take place following the wedding for sixty year old Reverend Luis Garcia who was killed in Londonderry New Hampshire on October first he was allegedly killed by a young man he was trying to help twenty four year old Brandon caustic Leone at the wedding distinctly owns father mark was the groom he suffered a minor injury the globe reports that the suspect Dale Holloway is named as the steps on of the Reverend Garcia in Garcia's

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"londonderry" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"londonderry" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Last night in Londonderry New Hampshire forum on climate and agriculture issues with two democratic presidential candidates former Maryland congressman John Delaney and Ohio congressman Tim Ryan the moderator was Gerry Hirschberg Stonyfield organic one of the co host of this event and as we continue our campaign twenty twenty coverage live at about six thirty PM eastern time democratic presidential candidate Bernie judge will be a national New Hampshire and coming up live shortly we're going to take you to the second circuit court of appeals in New York City as it here's a case involving president trump's financial records the case Donald Trump the committee on financial services we expect this to begin shortly until it does it's just a few minutes from this morning's Washington journal at our table this morning Benham Bentele of blue who is a senior fellow with the foundation for defense of democracies thank you very much for being here thanks for having a great day we're in talk about the G. seven which begins this weekend in France how big of a focus well around be for these leaders I think it's gonna be a big focus you know the US is Max pressure campaign which is designed to get you want to sit back down again for a bigger broader better deal has kept both sides of the Atlantic the trans Atlantic community divided the U. S. as per for much more pressure driven policy Europeans have been much more combination is in trying to keep the streets he PO a nuclear deal which is the twenty fifteen Obama era nuclear deal and this creates a definite tension but they have other issues to discuss as well and energy in the environment and will know of course that this used to be the G. eight summit which had Russia involved and Russia and Iran and other rogue states will likely be on the agenda for discussion so why is that these other countries would like to stick to the nuclear agreement made under the Obama administration purses what the trump administration would like to do white why are they insisting that that continue well really I think there's three key reasons and would be a mistake to say just one but the biggest one that people do focus on is is mercantilism or commercial relations or trade you could basically say with the European Union has always had an interest in trading with Iran and thinking that you could trade with Iran and I would moderate their behavior over time I think the nineteen nineties disproves this forty one was more plugged into the international economy did sell oil but still engage in acts of terrorism abroad nonetheless this is the first or the second pillar is the security dividends these European states think better deal provides them they think on its face it's good on its nonproliferation tendons and that it's sufficient for now to deal with the runny and a nuclear challenge and I believe that the new threat is worth dealing with before you deal with the terrorism regional missile or other threats this is a re air C. span radio programming from pride WCS Peter from Washington and the third is actually philosophical conceptual but rather than confront Iran you should engage Iran and they said oh well the supreme leader is old he turned eighty this summer and that you know there is a chasm between state and society which is absolutely true even though the Europeans however the support of the street again state that's really been more of a factor of US policy and they're looking to say that you know if you run does change over time we want them to be engaged when they change as opposed to isolated when they change how they respond to this the secretary of state Mike Pompeo at the UN security council meeting on Tuesday when a show of her peers and have come and have you come respond he's talking about Iran's behavior in recent weeks there's just a short list of what the regime has done since July on July first Iran surpass its three hundred kilogram limit on its low enriched uranium stockpile in defiance of its nuclear commitments on July second the around back to these attacked about airport Saudi Arabia and they've continued to do so since that time on July eighth around reach levels of enrichment of about four half percent reaching its nuclear commitments with capital Richmond at three point six seven percent around continues to threaten further expansions of it and its nuclear program in defiance of its international commitments on July tenth the I. R. G. C. navy unsuccessfully attempted to seize a U. K. tanker as it passed through the strait of her moves on July fourteenth the R. G. C. navy sees the Panamanian flag UAE own tanker in the strait of Hormuz on July nineteenth the I. R. G. C. navy sees the British taken the stand in peril in the strait of Hormuz in Iran continues to detain that ship and its crew on July nineteenth the urgency maybe also sees the librarian flight British owned tanker as dark on July twenty fifth rentes probabilistic missile in defiance of UN security council resolution twenty two thirty one and on another run related no we're already tracking very closely the G. C. P. provisions expiring in October of twenty twenty namely the U. an arms embargo and the travel restrictions and Qassem Soleimani the whole world is able to track them to we now have a countdown clock on the state department around the web page time is growing short to continue this activity of restricting around capacity to foment it's terrorism Mr Kelberg I think that's an impressive laundry list as to why you run does deserve a Max pressure campaign as opposed to some kind of broader engagement strategy I think the European Union has been somewhat critical of some of those aspects there of course individual members the British long as are the you for now they've set up when it comes to the freedom navigation the Persian Gulf and straight of formal was but collectively I think the bodies incentivized to turn a blind eye to these source of a writing question and they have basically say that well you run it simply acting out in response to American sanctions I actually would disagree with that I think that the money is right publicly negotiating the trying to build leverage the sanctions have been so effective in the past year the running economy really is cratering by old macroeconomic indicators this is true of the European did not believe that US unilateral sanctions could do in eleven years with multi lateral sanctions took about a decade to do and I think the European Union now wants to keep Iran in the deal as much as possible and therefore will not be responding to some of this aggression what is the maximum pressure strategy what does what does it all entail that's an excellent question because on U. S. Iran policy the term Max from pressures we derive from the U. S. as engagement and approach North Korea in the era firing fury really the twenty seventeen period that's when the US issue tough rhetoric against North Korea trying to create international coalition against North Korea and levy tough sanctions and even multi lateral lies those sanctions at the U. N. vis a vis Iran you could say that the trigger date for the Max pressure campaign is ninety eight two thousand eighteen that's the day the U. S. formally removed itself from the G. C. P. O. a nuclear deal and took a series of steps to put itself outside of that deal and resume to the previous previous two thousand thirteen policy towards Iran which was to resurrect every single penalty every single sanction every single designation that was waived by the nuclear deal and not only the president from restore those economic sanctions he added to enforce them so this could be called this Max pressure campaign to not just deal with the nuclear threat but to take the same tool U. S. coercive economic measures economic power political power stations effectively and applied against Iran for bigger broader better deal that is not gonna be limited to the nuclear issue but that deals with the whole reason why Iran has been international prize for forty years retain your questions your comments on US policy toward a wrong with the G. seven summit coming up this weekend those leaders those seven leaders including the United States expected to be talking about this issue Republicans two oh two seven four eight thousand one Democrats to a two seven four eight eight thousand independents to a two seven four eight eight thousand two this is a recorded program no calls please enter Ron under this maximum pressure campaigns it's a really great question because like Iran is in good pre Max pressure postmatch pressure during the exposure if if you people greatly understand that yester sanctions are squeezing their economy again those macroeconomic indicators we talked about but they ask correctly ascribing the blame not to Washington but to their own leaders intekron and really since December twenty seventeen not just those things heated up between the US and run things heated up inside Iran between the state and society people who lived on the geographic and figurative periphery of the country IBM protesting and really the December twenty seventeen protests to present can really be likened to blue collar protest and these are the you know the urban and rural poor the downtrodden the dispossessed as as the founding father of Islamic revolution Khomeini would like to say and this was the generation that the revolution of put all its hopes in and when this for generations protesting when this generation can be bought off by subsidies that shows you how ideologically bankrupt the regime and they have to be more courses with people that have to be coercive with they have to do more economic driver installation and they have less of that money to do this at home so I think Max pressure one no Max pressure the people understand that these restrictive measures are actually the result of turnarounds behavior you know that you hear nationalists chance on the periphery of Iran that echo the nationalists yes you heard in North several into thousand nine during the green movement the running people are resilient and they actually once the national community to to do something about it and explain to our viewers where are Ron is active outside of their country and how is it that they can afford those activities that's a really great question because Iran is a country that if you look at its military on paper it's north it pales in comparison to that of its US or western supplied neighbors and this is really a fit for their talking point to trope for those who don't want to do anything against Iran Iraq Iran doesn't spend but Iran spends a little but get such a high return on its investment you know in a Runyon ballistic missile requires its adversaries to spend a ton more on missile defense so Iran has a low tech low cost investment like ballistic missiles that requires adversaries to have a high tech high cost investment like ballistic missile defense as you begin to see now in Israel and Saudi Arabia really since nineteen seventy nine when the Islamic revolution came around it had this goal of exporting revolution and that meant to with stand with states like the Assad regime that were partners and it would begin to Cooper C. to control states that were enemies from the ground up and this is why he runs security strategy in the west really west of Iran Iraq Syria Lebanon battery in Yemen has been so effective in some sheet because it's much cheaper to equip I sure this child child soldier from Afghanistan send him to die for Iran's revolutionary because in Syria it is to send in training equip a green beret defend I live in an American mission during the counter ISIS campaign in Syria Iran gets a high paying for its baka high return on investment there's an ideological infested injuring greening the affairs of its neighbors and is going to be resilient in how it's allocating its resources and the mass special campaigns designed to over time gradually limit those resources and protecting on to the choice.

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Lira Mckie, Northern Ireland And Sarah discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

03:13 min | 2 years ago

Lira Mckie, Northern Ireland And Sarah discussed on Inside Europe

"Has been international condemnation this week after the murder of journalist in Northern Ireland lira mckie was reporting to riots in the city of Londonderry also known as dairy when she was shot. The group known as the new era says was responsible for the twenty nine year old's death. David hunter has this report Lear Mckee was tipped as one to watch a rising star in the world of journalism. However, her career was cut short. She became the latest innocent victim of a long and troubled history. Northern. For over forty years to communities here were involved in a conflict which claimed Thorson's of lives. Very sorry about fast in Northern Ireland. We don't wanna return to this really just like it's just so set young Garrick your life just doing ritual. People don't want to see a return to the violence of the past the unionist community largely over Protestant bunk. Roy and want to see Northern Ireland remain part of the United Kingdom, but the nationalist minority mostly of a Catholic community want to see the reunification of Northern Ireland with the Republic in nineteen ninety eight after decades of boming riots and murders a peace deal was signed known as the Good Friday agreement the agreement that has emerged from the Northern Ireland peace talks opens the way for the people there to build a society based on during peace, Justice and equality signed almost exactly twenty one years before liras murder and Deloitte, people to choose whether the. Wanted to be British Irish or both by law and also cleared the way for the main par military organizations here too late on their weapons and end decades of conflict lira once described her generation as the ceasefire babies, the so-called new array responsible for her Jeff as one of the groups that which refused to accept on arrangement and is still using an armed campaign to try and bring about a United Ireland. The Irish president Michael d Higgins has this message for them. Please unrepresentative. I hope you'll reflect on what you have done. See the appalling unsustainable on justify take Footrot. You'll have these dissident Republicans are fiercely opposed to the nineteen Ninety-Eight under Britain's involvement in governing. Northern Ireland Ryan's brew going on the streets. Were LeRoy was killed as police searches believing an attack against them was imminent, youths began throwing paddle bombs and bricks before a gunman. Opened fire of the armored police vehicles beside which lira had been taking shelter. She was struck by a stray bullet leaving her partner. Sarah devastated. This cannot stand. There is death. Most not being vain because her life was Shane late everyone else's life. There is friend lost the mat with a young writer earlier in the day that she was killed discussing her plans to build a new life in Derry where she moved from her native city of Belfast. She showed me pictures of the ring that she'd brought for Sarah and told me of the fabulous plan. She had for the proposed in New York. And may I was given strict instructions to where my kilt which she always wanted to borrow onto find a refined.

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Troubling: a death in Northern Ireland

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:29 min | 2 years ago

Troubling: a death in Northern Ireland

"South This economists podcast is sponsored by linked in jobs. Hello and welcome to the intelligence on economists radio. I'm your host Jason Palmer every weekday. We provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world. A minority of South African people have steadied formal jobs too many, including a large fraction of the country's youth do piecemeal work or are unemployed altogether. We look at the efforts to bring the young into the workforce. And there's a lot of talk about public figures particularly candidates in America's upcoming presidential race speaking, multiple languages, what's with these polyglot politicians. But I. A funeral will be held today for a young journalist from Northern Ireland who was shot dead last week all for the loss of lira. Our hopes and dreams all of her Mazen potential with snuff type a single Barrick. Lira Mckee had been reporting on violent unrest in the city of Londonderry. We believe this to be a terrorist act. We believe it's been carved violent Republicans yesterday. A group called the new IRA took responsibility for the killing it even apologized. The incident was shocking reminder of the fragility of peace since the end of the Northern Ireland conflict known as the troubles. This was an attack on everybody in northern. It. Doesn't matter if you're Catholic or Protestant. British are this is an attack on democracy? The troubles began in the nineteen sixties and painted mostly Catholic Irish nationalists against the British army Northern Ireland police and mostly Protestant loyalists. For three decades violence and terror was a part of everyday life, the turmoil claimed more than three thousand five hundred lives, but in nineteen ninety eight the Good Friday agreement largely brought an end to the conflict today is about the promise of a bright future. Dave, and behold, a line can be drawn bloody past some low level violence continued, but this latest killing has fear and outrage. The funeral today of Larry Mckee is going to feel in many ways. Like, we'll most states occasion. Tom Wainwright is the economists Britain editor where expecting to see the Irish T show that the prime minister will say the president of island the secretary of the UK as well as low two local politicians from Nova Nyland, of course. And so it's going to feel like a big deal, and it really is a big deal in Northern Ireland. This kind of killing of innocent civilian in what seems to have been a terrorist attack something that really has shocked people. It's by no means the gnome since the peace agreements of twenty one years ago. This kind of thing is much less common than it used to be in people here really really shocked by what happened last week, and Tom what can you tell me about the group responsible for misbehaves death, new IRA and its relation to the other groups with IRA in the name, it's it's a bit confusing. Picture it is it really isn't. I think to understand that you've got to go back to the Good Friday agreement of nineteen ninety eight and. What happened? There was that the IRA and most Republicans agreed to end any kind of struggle and take their fight for the United Ireland to the debating chamber of the streets. But at the time there was some Republicans who disagreed with that to this represented, a capitulation, and these guys who are now widely noted dissident Republicans have continued that struggle on a fairly low level. But nonetheless, they are security worry five the security agency raised the threat in Northern Ireland is severe they have continued trying to police officers, for instance. And so why do the new IRA kill Lear mckie? Well, she seems to have been killed by stray bullets. She was watching a riot taking place in the city of Londonderry Derry as it's known to Republicans, and she was watching from next to police come and she was shot in the head and later died, and this riot was kicked off really after police had been raiding homes in the area shortly beforehand seems that they were concerned on the. The Easter rising some local Republicans might be out to coast trouble. And seems that some cycle dissident Republicans is this as a excuse to get that people on the streets and co some trouble and the new IRA said it was an accident and apologized there's some significance to that. Right. There. Is yet seems that they really feel as if that on the back photo of this that agreed which has said, the it's propensity is violence to said that the Republican coups, but they seem to be well aware that locally these kinds of acts of violence in which older NRI innocent civilians killed or injured go down extremely badly and really risk setting that goes back, and we've seen evidence of this already in dairy, the headquarters of a local political party, which is supported by the IRA people being smearing red painted handprints on their offices a form of protest and lately various Republican murals have been graffiti as well by people saying things like not in my name. Name. And so they think realize that this could set them back in a big way. Police also reporting that moving one hundred people have sent them with information about the killing and in a city like Derry, that's really unusual. This is not a place where people have historically been happy to talk to the police about Republican activists. So we could be seeing Quanta change. So do you get the sense from all that then that there is just simply less tolerance for the kind of violence that was so common during the troubles. I think that's right. I think since the Good Friday agreement which was almost exactly twenty one years ago. Many people in Northern Ireland of come to see the peace that's being achieved is enormously valuable, and the idea of going back to that is something that really worries a lot of people. And I think most observers thing that the chances of returns to scale violence, very slim, but any sign that violences on the rise is obviously a worry, especially at the moment with Brexit going on which is causing all kinds of problems for Northern Ireland. We've also got the problem of the Northern Ireland assembly having been suspended now for more than two years. So there's a feeling Northern Ireland is inevitable position so events like this do concern a lot of people that people worry that things are being destabilized that, but you mentioned Briggs in in passing there. Do you think that all the negotiations and the degree to which Northern Ireland has been such a lynchpin of the negotiations has sort of reignited tensions? It's certainly reignited tensions. Yeah. We haven't yet seen a big kicking off of large scale violence or anything like that. But tensions absolutely have been heightened. And it's not surprising because the peace deal made back in nineteen ninety eight really hinged in many ways on the UK an island shed membership of the European Union that help to enable these countries to have a border, which is not just open. But invisible, I mean, if you go there and drive between Northern Ireland and their public of island, you can do so without even realizing that you've crossed the Boda, and of course, membership of the EU means the two countries of members of the single. Markets, and so no customs checks needed and since nineteen ninety eight people know of Nyland being able to choose whether they take Irish or UK possibles in many ways, they've been allowed to feel as if they are either Irish Oprah show oath if they want and so the UK now leaving the European Union really will subject that to strain. And it's clearly pulling the UK an island upon a way that nobody on typically to twenty one years ago and many people particularly in the Republican community. Most of them voted to remain, by the way, think that Britain is in some way reneging on agreements that were made or hinted that twenty years ago, so it is a time of heightened tension. Yes. Tom. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you.

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Lyra McKee: 'New IRA' admits killing of journalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:15 min | 2 years ago

Lyra McKee: 'New IRA' admits killing of journalist

"Last thursday. Twenty nine year old journalist Lyra Mckee was shot dead in Londonderry twenty one years after the Good Friday agreement was signed to bring peace to Northern Ireland yesterday. A group called the new IRA released a statement taking responsibility for the killing and offering it sincere apologies to liars family who holding her funeral today to find out more about the situation on the protests that followed liars murder, I'm joined by Rebecca black who's a journalist with the Press Association based in Belfast, Rebecca who are the new IRA and holiday different from other branches of the group. Morning there and the IRA they're a dissident Republican dissident Irish Republican terrorist group, but they Kim together to eleven grew together. A lot of these smaller groups that were sort of sloughs ING steam and the come together though, they're small numbers. They have being described as the threats by the police service of Northern Ireland's some of their members were involved with real array, which listeners will probably remember, and they responsible for the ball in nineteen ninety which which killed a lot of people. What has the public's response being to the group's admission of guilt? Well, just order discuss. I think the statement yesterday came quite a few days after it was very much enough to fold on an even though it shouldn't apology still seeking to justify what it has done. So buro- responses being. It's not enough. If you're issue any sort of statement, it should be that you're going to spy on the late stage. What would what possible justification can there be? What do they say? Well in their Russian they're blaming the police service and on the on the night. It's all on the night. That killed 'em was a police operation going on. There were searching Heis and based on intelligence and Abida terrorist suspects. The police have combined actually since then and said the review intelligence before the search and they're perfectly happy. It was the jet on should have gone ahead. But these dissident Republicans they say the by the peace coming into an area such as Creggan, and it some way provocative that they're suppressing them. They're perfectly entitled to riots Super Four lire Schultz and was ride in helping that was that was quite a number of petrol bombs thrown up police, and then in the battle this Amana merged, but yet in their Russia there, they think it's acceptable to close riots on to ultimately their Jackson to any sort of any sort of doctors objecting to out of being part of the United Kingdom and there. Of the mindset that learned Heil do Coyote violence until Northern Ireland's part of the United Ireland and their their philosophy. And is there any sense that this sympathy for that point of view, and that people aren't supporting extremists on either side? Well, very very little sympathy far. I mean, it was very different buck in the nineteen seventies. When the provisional IRA were going because they did have somewhat support. This group has very little support. I think after the carrying of killing of narrow in particular, a young female journalist who was competing political opinion chill. All she was doing was just watching that night. That's close to even more discussed. A main there seems to be even a split within the discipline grip themselves because ever since Thursday there have been a number of incidents where Petra ball miss that side, a dissident members Heiss the shots fired another person's heist in Lurgan county, my yesterday, do they seem to be disagreement even within themselves as you said, we know that Staunton the power-sharing agreement broke down of two years ago. I wonder how far the up since of a working assembly stoking, more extreme fringe groups.

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Greenland, Christopher Joyce And National Academy Of Sciences discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Greenland, Christopher Joyce And National Academy Of Sciences discussed on Morning Edition

"Londonderry new research on the massive ice sheet that covers much of Greenland shows eighties melting six times faster than it was forty years ago as NPR's Christopher Joyce reports that's contributing to rising sea levels, billions of tons of ice covered Greenland up until the nineteen seventies. The amount of ice was relatively stable. What melted and flowed into the ocean was offset by new ice formed on land every year? Now, scientists writing in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences say that balance is off a lot more ice is melting than being newly deposited a study of two hundred sixty glaciers on Greenland shows that. While the rate of melting varies over short. Periods of time over the long term the rate is speeding up. The researchers point out that Greenland melt at ice as raised global sea levels by half an inch since nineteen seventy-two but half of that rise came in just the last

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"londonderry" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"londonderry" Discussed on KCRW

"In Londonderry Northern Ireland have arrested two men in the death of lira McKean, a journalist and activist who was killed Thursday as she witnessed riding there. The city is also known as dairy. It's chief detective warned yesterday of a new breed of militant threatening peace in Northern Ireland for more on Mckee and on the violence. We turn to the Press Association journalist, e Famour she's in Dublin welcome to the program. Thank you. Oh, so just your reaction to what happened. It must be very difficult for the community there. Absolutely. I mean Creggan where Lear was killed is a really tight knit community. Anyway, and win such a tragedy happens likelier is it's really shaken the people you'd have there. I mean, these people have, you know, overcome already so many years of trauma. I think they thought that was very much behind them. And to have an honest woman cows on their streets again is just an like a hardy kind of revert back to do. We know more today about what happened on the street during this riot was this an accident was targeted it doesn't appear at the moment. The lira was targeted it appears the gunman. He was behind a wall with fire and discriminatively in the direction of a place blockade and lira on a few. France and few journalists were on the other side of blockade and when he fired those scattered shots and do the blockade one lire in the crossfire and the accused what's known about them. The minute all that's known as there's two man of being arrested. They're eighteen nineteen so very young men. Boss effort area people. This hasn't come as much of a surprise the age of the man the dissident Republican grips the Coyote, these kinds of flash points tend to use younger teenage man, maybe from like vulnerable community and kind of use them to carry out these kinds of attacks Leo's twenty nine she was a fellow journalist and a beautiful writer whose letter to my fourteen year old self years ago was widely praised can you tell me a little bit more about her work, and what you know for life. Yes. So Lear was as you say beautiful writer, she specialized in kind of feature work and long form essays. She was an activist t- woman. She often wrote her challenges and what she fell. Avoid being a gay woman in Northern Ireland and her work, although political is often political in the sense of the young people who've been left behind since the troubles where supposedly loving in time of peace Noyon people like Manley right here in our late twenties. Although we remember the army on the streets. We also remember the Good Friday agreement, and we were very young when it was signed. But there are masses of problems that have been left behind kind of eleven the shadow of the troubles and her a lot of her work reflected that one of the things that striking about this is that the alleged assailant's weren't born. When the peace deal was struck Northern Ireland. Both you in lira weren't even ten years old when the Good Friday agreement was signed I understand that your family has also been affected by violence, and that you're from Derry, absolutely. I mean, I grew up on the streets where Lear died and like most families and Creggan on the whiter dairy community. My mom. Tmz brother was shot and killed on Bloody Sunday, that's very common dairy. I think he would struggle. The find a household that hasn't been touched in some way by violence. So I'm not very special fence. Why do you think violence is flaring again and young people are dying now in violence? It was supposed to have been done away with. I do think liras at herself that we've been denied. This is pace. We are so loving the shadow of the troubles and not shadow lades to on inclement, poverty, lack of infrastructure. Young people feeling need to go away from Northern Ireland to work or to go to university your kind of love their life like our peers get on the British mainland. That's even more a journalist with the Press Association. She spoke with us from Dublin. Thanks again. Thank you..

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"londonderry" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"londonderry" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"For the murder of journalists cure Mckee killed Thursday while covering riots in Londonderry this attack have attacked all of us have attacked the community. They've attacked the people of Derry. They've attacked the peace process and have attacked the Good Friday agreement. That's Arleen foster the leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party police say the new IRA a dissident group is likely responsible for the shooting. This is suspected gunman are eighteen nineteen years old in south eastern, Mexico. Bloodshed at a family reunion. Witnesses say gunmen burst into a party hall of the state of Veracruz began shooting thirteen people including a child among the dead and heiress has pled guilty to charges implicating her in a sex trafficking case against an upstate New York self help group Clare Bronfman entering the plea Friday in federal court in Brooklyn. Prosecutors said she bankrolled the group at a time when the leader had sex slaves, branded with his initials, the plea means that Bronfman will not have to stand trial. It's April the twentieth on his four twenty day a day that many go to pot. Nobody really knows why the number four twenty connected to marijuana. But it is in highschool. You might have thought it was some police code for a drug bust others attributed to a code word spoken by group of teenage potheads looking for where they planned to the cannabis crop, regardless. It's a drug reference and with more legalized cannabis products hitting the markets April twentieth or four twenty day is becoming a bit more accepted among retailers. Even Uber is offering ride discounts in some cities like Denver of four dollars and twenty cents Brown, FOX new wedding bells ringing today in Cleveland at the airport in baggage claim that's where Michelle blue and Tony Peterson met twelve years ago. This month bride will not have to walk down the aisle. She'll arrive on the luggage conveyor..

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"londonderry" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"londonderry" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"June Londonderry from paranormal rising we had on the show the other night who is in exorcist extraordinarily psychic impact has been able to remove demons and Daniel right now in Ohio. Hi, Dan, you're on ground zero. Nice to meet first time caller. I wanna say one one. I spend most most of my time on day Japanese internet. I've never seen. I I never saw because it's scared, but I I've seen. The Momo on like buco Canada in. Did you have any sites? Ten the Japanese names that that I remember was of the creature my system picture one. Kyw? So yeah, I is like like Japanese expression on day is like pulling the ISIS or mock you and me talking about the very you'll it's just like like Letterman became popular in the west. There was a Japanese creature before it was. But on the online, but I I have not seen them or that creature culture. I even like, the Dr places happy. Internet. Is the Macher? She's she's a mockery. She is. I saw old images of where you're drowning. Children. Is there anything that you know about that? Well, I thing I didn't. I don't mean that they shouldn't. But I noticed that both are down like like red. But I think I noticed Dr learned out like my aunt teach me in Javanese Sokolov times. The most of this is not necessarily goes lot, the most vicious Specter's or like a female spirits.

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"londonderry" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"londonderry" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

"She ride there on September twelfth eighteen eighty five twelve days shy of her departure date the year before she done it after fifteen months of harsh roads, rain, snow and a few broken bones. Annie Londonderry had traveled around the world bicycle and won the ten thousand dollar bet placed against her. An interesting note about Anne, though, Londonderry was not her real last name. She was born Andy Cohen, you see any had become a bit of a celebrity before her trip. Even started the idea alone was enough for companies to try and latch onto her attempt. And given the public perception of Jews at the time it wouldn't have been safe for her to travel with her given surname Cohen. So she made a little. Deal with the Londonderry lithium spring water company, she would temporarily change her last name to boost the company's visibility. And in return. She'd be able to travel without fear of persecution. The best part of it all was the ten grand. She'd one was really just icing on the cake Anne had made more money from the corporate sponsorships and speaking engagements she'd picked up on her trip establishing herself as an entrepreneur and one of the first true, professional female athletes. Sure, there's a lot to criticize about her journey. She certainly took a lot of steam ships and trains, and there was no doubt. There were better bicyclists out there. She did just about what anyone could have done. She made the decision and she acted upon it. No any stood apart from everyone else because of something else. She more than anyone else in her day had the gall to follow a millionaire hearts advice for decades before she spoke. It Anne had to nasty..

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"londonderry" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"londonderry" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Thank you. Functions run around and do and then once that's done, hopefully, get ready for the black-tie dinner. So I it's it's still busy as usual. Great. Thank you for the last twenty five years from the start by the end of it. No. You certainly character yourself to the greater blown and show. You chases Kristi. He's done a wonderful job to the and scrambling. Thank you. Welcome back green Sante because we he post race thirty one of the two ancient, and I'm fading. He told me he Joan arch McGregor who is being Craig Lowndes engineer this year with the team how seventy seven year. Yes. These waivers. Number or they said because I'm heading home hidden where is home? And well, it's north west to Londonderry. Trevor was a vicious poisoned one side was having slowly. So you to learn an awful velocity s Steve Kerr you've done it successfully somewhat. Yeah. But. People have been in his carry low German don't wanna backers the right? Right. That's exactly our we've had. A good year. So what is city guys take you? I reckon I I've been told recently where they keep talking to people where to go what to do next on the and the rest of the word of people regard regards, very very highly the level engineering here, you know, the type of racing close. It is back to be on it with strategy. We still feel tires, and you can still do a certain still some Melander freedom with the cars twelve and it's good with the cars being, you know, they're very mechanically grisliest. So you have to learn how to tend the garden you have to learn what it means the tire. It was other cataracts in the world. Like JT racing where you'd be never tired Senate, Brian. I'm glad I came here to start my career Motors work shirt. Thirty one. You were young. Can I know where that don't stay here? Roland has age do that. Tell me Hansung heads coming here and make your expectations. Yeah. I'll be honest. I haven't a clue what what did they want to go here? I didn't actually come to straight at for the two cars came on eight years ago for six months in Sydney. I'm still here. I was starting said nigger and GT recen-. And then that finished about a year after I came on. It was either go home or getting both in either the best category in straight on. I was lucky enough to get landed role in Tripoli. And you sound as the daughter, Angie. Yep. Started dot engineer on on. Actually, it was a customer support engineer for L DM at the time and then moved up to moved up to the Indian with. With AAA th in the year after that. In the two cars for fear voice. You were the voice of Ludovic walk. Yes. I was his boy for a white as healthy. Learn a lot off. Frenchman who had good fun? Obviously saying at Craig's careers beta. It'd be on. I couldn't believe it when it was going to get the chance to work with him. I didn't think twice about it. Credible. It's been great like learning. Learn a lot from end to. Drives.

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"londonderry" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"londonderry" Discussed on Here & Now

"Going state director of the new hampshire planners association she says anything on the size and scale of what developers have planned for londonderry presents risks a lot can happen to the economy in the next twenty years the wind could shift people's tastes could change the pendulum could swing back to white picket fences and suburbia another risk is if the architecture and landscaping fall flat would mount could have all the appeal of living in an outlet mall and in the process lose one of the historic apple orchards that define what londonderry winds and is just in held in an grew up in town and serves on the londonderry historical society i will say the one nice thing about him in development like this in case the once malaria is if it is generic n boring and a poor imitation of what it would be likes live in an urban centre then they're still the rest of us han said this isn't going away londonderry she says doesn't need woodman to create a community that's already here even without a downtown but the housing and quality of life it could bring held in in is down with that in ah when the condos on sale i'm probably going to be pretty far up in line to get one developers are hoping that line will be along one for here now on taught book you can't forget on your child so again things lead the way no force you.

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"londonderry" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"londonderry" Discussed on Here & Now

"Going state director of the new hampshire planners association she says anything on the size and scale of what developers have planned for londonderry presents risks a lot can happen to the economy in the next twenty years the wind could shift people's tastes could change the pendulum could swing back to white picket fences and suburbia another risk is if the architecture and landscaping fall flat would mount could have all the appeal of living in an outlet mall and in the process lose one of the historic apple orchards that define what londonderry winds and is just in held in an grew up in town and serves on the londonderry historical society i will say the one nice thing about him in development like this in case the once malaria is if it is generic n boring and a poor imitation of what it would be likes live in an urban centre then they're still the rest of us han said this isn't going away londonderry she says doesn't need woodman to create a community that's already here even without a downtown but the housing and quality of life it could bring held in in is down with that in ah when the condos on sale i'm probably going to be pretty far up in line to get one developers are hoping that line will be along one for here now on taught book you can't forget on your child so again things lead the way no force you.

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"londonderry" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"londonderry" Discussed on Here & Now

"Going state director of the new hampshire planners association she says anything on the size and scale of what developers have planned for londonderry presents risks a lot can happen to the economy in the next twenty years the wind could shift people's tastes could change the pendulum could swing back to white picket fences and suburbia another risk is if the architecture and landscaping fall flat would mount could have all the appeal of living in an outlet mall and in the process lose one of the historic apple orchards that define what londonderry winds and is just in held in an grew up in town and serves on the londonderry historical society i will say the one nice thing about him in development like this in case the once malaria is if it is generic n boring and a poor imitation of what it would be likes live in an urban centre then they're still the rest of us han said this isn't going away londonderry she says doesn't need woodman to create a community that's already here even without a downtown but the housing and quality of life it could bring held in in is down with that in ah when the condos on sale i'm probably going to be pretty far up in line to get one developers are hoping that line will be along one for here now on taught book you can't forget on your child so again things lead the way no force you.

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"londonderry" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"londonderry" Discussed on Here & Now

"Going state director of the new hampshire planners association she says anything on the size and scale of what developers have planned for londonderry presents risks a lot can happen to the economy in the next twenty years the wind could shift people's tastes could change the pendulum could swing back to white picket fences and suburbia another risk is if the architecture and landscaping fall flat would mount could have all the appeal of living in an outlet mall and in the process lose one of the historic apple orchards that define what londonderry winds and is just in held in an grew up in town and serves on the londonderry historical society i will say the one nice thing about him in development like this in case the once malaria is if it is generic n boring and a poor imitation of what it would be likes live in an urban centre then they're still the rest of us han said this isn't going away londonderry she says doesn't need woodman to create a community that's already here even without a downtown but the housing and quality of life it could bring held in in is down with that in ah when the condos on sale i'm probably going to be pretty far up in line to get one developers are hoping that line will be along one for here now on taught book you can't forget on your child so again things lead the way no force you.

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"londonderry" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"londonderry" Discussed on Here & Now

"Two there's been a steady shift in has some americans prefer to live a movement away from suburbia in a car based existence and toward walkabout communities urban centres in traditional main streets in one very old new hampshire town private developers are trying to build the new shopping in residential district and create enough vantic downtown from scratch todd book men from new hampshire public radio reports the southern new hampshire towns of londonderry and gary used to be just one place it was a single sprawling farm town blessed with decent soil but that when the boundary split dairy became that large community even though was londonderry in londonderry became the rural farming side of town this is kevin smith a longtime resident on the londonderry side decided never fully developed after the 1820 seven divorce there is still no sort of mainstreaming drag arisen there isn't and that's one thing i've heard since the time you know i was a kid to now being town manager is at londonderry's never had a true downtown center of commerce londonderry hasn't exactly suffered from this void it's a prosperous community of about 25000 people with good schools and wellloved apple orchards that give it a rural charm the two hundred and ninety six years after its founding londonderry is about to undergo an experiment private developers are trying to build the main street here the history never did the golden goose has laid her eggs and they're right here on dairy that is an excited tom dolan chair of londonderry's town council during the ground ceremony for would mont commons woman commons is a development project on a scale never seen before new hampshire the idea is to turn more than six hundred acres of land most of it former apple orchards into a tidy new england village complete with shops parks and housing it's going to take twenty years to finish.

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