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"massachussetts" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You want to keep the new england beauty in your life just moved to vermont. It's not that different. it's actually vermont. Was part of new hampshire. At one time and i believe. It's the seated from new hampshire. If i recall correctly like way way back so if you want a more hard left place for montas the place to go if you want even more government in your life get down to massachussetts and if you want a total empire to take care view from cradle-to-grave new york is just a couple hours to the west so all of those places people like this woman would be much happier so i do hope that she ends up going there so another couple interesting points here about the people that that are saying in a recent study that was conducted by the way in october. So just like within the last week or so that the study was done on thirteen hundred and one. Three new hampshire registered voters sixty eight percent of them said the country's on the wrong track younger. Voters are more likely to say the wrong track and also more likely to say wrong track. Were those with less than a college education. So if you are college indoctrinated if you've been to these government run indoctrination camps all the way through graduate school well then only fifty eight percent. Say that the government at the or the. Us is on the wrong track regular college graduates after a four year. College graduation sixty seven percent. say wrong. track. Those who've had some college like me. I've been to an associate's degree or less sixty. Sorry seventy two percent of those people and if all you've had is a high school or less education in your new hampshire voter seventy six percent say the country's on the wrong track so people who are less quote unquote educated less indoctrinated by the government system are more likely to see things as being. This is interesting because seems like the people who go all the way with it. It's like the true believers wearing three masks on their face. You know getting a What did you call it after four years degree. oh graduate graduate. No that's not graduates like what six years or something. I don't even know after four years so if you want to join us. Here is six zero. Three two hundred sixty one sixty is the number. There's actually a couple interesting comments in the chats. I want to share a couple of those up. And then we'll get into your story bonnie Which is about independence and get the bbc's institute is weighing in one of the kind of very libertarian. Think tanks out there. We'll jump into that coming up here. This.
"massachussetts" Discussed on What'sHerName
"Half years a situation where a number of factors come together but of course once they got to the new world they found out the life was pretty hard. There was a lot of things they had deal with. Including the fact that there was already people living there and when they encountered the different native tribes. These puritans saw these people as pagans savages. Because they're not christians and unfortunately that did lead to conflict. This is why. Salem massachusetts the birthplace of the national guard because the first militia mustered their to deal with this threat there was also They also had to deal a lot with smallpox. That was a big issue that killed a lot of people and of course they had to deal with the weather and yes it is true. The massachusetts is famous for its rather severe winters but it can get pretty hot in the summer. To in fact the year of the trials there was actually rocked and a lot of the crops have died so these people are actually hungry when this happens and you can kind of see. This whole story takes shape here. Really extreme tightly wound religious society dealing with stressful lives. And there's actually a lot going on. I started with the family of the local minister. A man by the name of sando. Paris samuel peres harris's kind of an interesting fig really didn't watch be there to me is like that classic example of a patriarch with money who really just is not good at anything just kind of like stumbles his way through life sucking everything in politics in this time. There was salem village and there were salem town. East feels that his career in the caribbean. But he's still got money you know in the world that gives such preference to very rich white guys. He can just keep on going bail up. Yeah why did the people broom pariser because they want to separate from the village. Why is paris there. Because he can't do anything else. He failed at harvard. He had to drop out then tried to be a businessman in trade with the caribbean islands. Failed at that however he did pick up a couple of slaves in the caribbean by the name of ticha and john indian and brought them back to massachusetts and then he became a minister and then gets told yes to go to salem. A place that doesn't have a very good reputation so he's kinda mad. That's a recipe for disaster. I wish we knew more about tichy was origins. She came from a native group in south. America this is post conquistadors. This is after a ninety percent. Death rate Somehow she has survived that but she's been enslaved. John indian the other slave traveling with them. That's her husband There was a massive slave revolt which failed in peru in the mid sixteen That that tribe that rebelled was wiped out forever So she's in barbados. Which is one of the major slave trading capitals and. That's how she comes to be sailing on a ship to salem massachussetts in the household of samuel peres She seems to be employed. As the caretaker of samuel peres daughter and niece and one day out of the blue is daughter and his niece abigail. And he's too young. Girls started behaving very strangely. Sometimes they would run around and bark like a dog sometimes they would reach into the fire. Grab log that is lit and toss it into the middle of the cabin but most of the time what they would do is they would just start screaming and they would start screaming and throwing their arms around uncontrollably for no reason and then other times they enter this weird translate state where they would just lay down somewhere and be kind of like in a coma and you couldn't wake them so of course minister peres sees this. He becomes concerned any calls in a doctor and he examines these kids but he can't really find anything physically wrong with them. So using the puritan mind that he owned he turned and he says to the minister. Hey this isn't anything i can help you with. This is something that has to be fixed by a man of god but wait a man of god says samuel parris. That's me that's supposed to be me right. If i'm going to be a good minister and not a failure again. Then my own daughter and niece should not be possessed by the devil when they started the investigation. The first thing that they did is they went to those two young girls themselves and questioned them. Which is really incredible. Because they're only eleven and nine at this point and there's different interpretations of this probably looked something like a police interrogation. This is a room full of angry old man yelling at you and in this sort of very stressful pressure field situation and these old men are saying who are the witches. Who did this to you happened. These kids finally said the name ticha why they say that. It's possible that in this very stressful environment. They said the one name of their caretaker. The person whose job it was to care for these young girls in the paris home they might be saying not ted you but instead tens you. Yeah and if that's the case oh man. What a sad tale or it's also possible that they just sorta pointed the finger at target because of course she's a slave and they say teachable. You will which she doesn't really seem to understand what is being said. So minister peres. Who again is not a very nice person beats her and then eventually she says yes. Fine stop i've just don't wanna be hit anymore. And then he says okay. What have you told these kids niece. She says well. It's possible that. I may have told them about the various sort of cultural things from her homeland that could include possibly fortune telling. There's a lot of different things on this or whether you know let's talk about your future husband. That sort of thing. Yeah hard to say for sure. What's clear to me about the whole story of her confession is that she is a chest. Masterful storyteller stacy schiff describes two tubas confession as hauntingly specific and gloriously vague. She confesses oh yes. I was listening to the devil. Oh yes we did. Have meetings in the woods. And then add. It's obviously just leading the witness. They're asking these leading questions everything they ask about. Oh yeah she's got details so maybe she was very aware of that psychologists that are trying to make it very well. I know what they want have just hung out with. The devil is going exactly and her confession goes on for days. everybody else. they're just. They're like i didn't do it do it. And then they're killed but every time they bring bacteria but she's like i got more story. It's a modern sheherazade right. Like as long as she can keep giving them more. They're not gonna kill her. Yes she saw hog and a great black dog. There was a red cat. There was a a yellow bird. There's a hairy creature that walked on two legs over. There was another animal. She couldn't remember it had wings and two legs and a head like a woman and and the devil promise she could have this bird. I mean she's just like incredible stories that she spins so she's obviously really into it. What.
"massachussetts" Discussed on What'sHerName
"Monique harris pick sato caitlyn. Mctaggart bella jessica smith brindle larson. Louise's thomas and in memory of craig williamson. Thank you so much for being our sponsors. We couldn't do this without you. Happy halloween. olivia here. We are again. Season of spooky. Nece come death ghosts or in this case. Which is we are going to salem massachussetts. Oh where else do you go at halloween. Let's salem a hunted place. An eerie absolutely jam packed with tourists october every year. And of course. It goes all the way back to the infamous salem witch trials of sixteen ninety two. Yeah one of america's more interesting episodes nineteen people were hanged. One was crushed to death and four died in prison and even though that happened. What three hundred and thirty years ago in salem they say the spirits of everyone involved are still there. There's a ghost story about pretty much every single one of them stories of curses on the town sites associated with all of them except one ticha versed accused and bizarrely the one who got away. Wow she was the star witness the key figure in the entire trial and yet there are no stories about her. Yeah i had never thought about that. I think that she left salem all those years ago and she doesn't ever want to go back right. How come everybody involved in salem. Witch trials is preserved in the folk. Memory of town accepts her. What doesn't mean.
"massachussetts" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"You know when you screw up really badly and i did you know and there was always the possibility that i would simply have another kind of job and i was well aware of that but I wanted to make sure that. I was taking responsibility for the fact that i screwed up really badly. I wanted to Do better and i wanted to To some degree that exchange with an audience for me is very intimate. So i told. I don't talk about that stuff anymore because it's not really because it's it's not a because it's not part of my daily life but back then it was and what i tend to talk to the audience about his stuff. That's part of my daily life. You know. I don't i every now and then i'll tell a story now about raising children for example but my children are all young adults. Now and i i don't i don't feel that you know i want to The word you know. Keep their privacy. I don't want to tell stories about them as adult except for one And so yeah. And so i don't every now and then i'll tell a story from when they were little or something. Sometimes people tell me they missed the stories of them growing up and i think that's because again those themes are so universal. You know once when my son was little he i don't know he just. It just dawned on him. One day that i might talk about him. Onstage and He asked me. And i was just busted and i said yeah i do and i said here's the thing for one thing is i. I do exaggerate sometimes. Although not that much. And i suppose the other thing is people wouldn't find it funny if it wasn't common to everybody you know so i go. It's en it's really more about me. Struggling to parent than it is about you being a kid by the way the early leave it to beavers which were the really really good ones. The early leave it to beavers were about ward parenting. He used to do a model log in the beginning of the show. And then a little thing at the end lou. Another one at the end talking about parenting. They weren't i. It was a stupid name of a show. Leave it to be. They were never. It was never about beaver pout. Ward and his attemps at parenting. So i'm trying to. I've spent a lifetime trying to recreate leave it to be there. Seems like it considering how close you are to your audience. What was it like not being able to perform and now as we come out of. What's it like being back with them. Great to be back with them. It's just great to be back with them. I in fact. I'd rather instead of telling jokes. I i would love to stand on stage and look at them for two hours so nice to have them and i i feel like we've all you know it's like we're all coming out of hiding. There's there's a munchkin feeling to it sometimes and people are sort not sure what foot to start on and and you know whatever social ills we had before have grown i think i went through several phases. And we'll go through several phases again by the way because there's no way in hell ended up. Shut down again because of the mother fucking antibac- sers They're you know what because of the raging mental health problems in our country. So at first i thought it was only going to be a couple of weeks because because because my science brain was really working i did. I thought you know also because the reaction of by managers away agents so the first i had three nights one night was in aspen. One night was in new jersey. In the third night with was in north hampton massachussetts and was early in the morning. And i'm being driven to the airport to To go to aspen. And i had to fly in a night early because sometimes it's hard to get to aspen so so there we are in the car going to ask you go into the airport. You go to aspirin and the phone rings is my manager. And she says northampton's there can't cancel. They're gonna postpone it. We'll do another time. 'cause 'cause the virus i oh okay and then i think now we're at the airport at the airport and again another. Yeah new jersey's can't canceled you so how 'bout aspen. No no no. They're not cancelled to okay. All right i fly to aspen and you know all day long the phone with you know maybe they will. Maybe they won't hurt a high to her. It wasn't until noon on the day on the day of the show that i get the call the s. which gives them but what they would they were saying to me with each of these phone calls is it's going to be moved. There was march. That was mid-march they're gonna move it to. May you know they're going to move a third week in. May you know okay. All right didn't sound that bad. You know not going but not that bad right. And then i started to realize you know i think this is gonna go on longer than that so but when i thought i was only going to be a few weeks my immediate concern. Was.
"massachussetts" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"About this co-pilot he's he shows up and everything about him just disagrees with everything about me Yeah yeah yeah bad. Chemistry there just the way he what he dresses. He's not a small guy but his uniform is about half the size it should be Doesn't seem to see that the way he breathes into the intercom microphone. All like what does he do. What does it sound like. Oh oh i can't. I can't have a very sensitive gag reflex. I can't do it. it just the way he breathes away. He breeds irritates irritates. The way he talks his voice when he does something like this attention passengers. We're gonna be flying at about thirty thousand feet this morning does does he use that. You know generic. Oklahoma chuck yeager. I don't let him make announcements ac- the pilot because you can't stand the way he brings in talk if you're the captain captain. Why can't you get them transferred. It's it doesn't work that way. It's all seniority. Just of sometimes you end up with a whole crew for one day. Sometimes you end up with him entire month for four days at a time. I see him on my schedule for an entire month. I can't wait to actually. I have been at thirty seven thousand feet and contemplated jumping it. Was that bad. I'm never flying record. That's it that's it i hello amway. We'll say that he he gets the job done professionally. He is a perfectly competent pilot. That is not in question. we're talking personality. Does he say mean things to you. Does he say Uncomfortable things you know. He like micheals scott on the office. He just grates on you. He he just his exists. His presence existence just makes me. He asks very dumb questions and outside of the aviation thing he. He's kind of adrift in the world. He doesn't think you can see him thinking you've ever met someone where you look. You can see their wheels turning in their heads and they're about to ask the question you've ever heard your life sherry The co-pilot is adrift with his thoughts. Can the puck wants the bailout out. Where does that put me in seat. Twenty three f ing yelled at by the flight attendant for not turned off your phone. Now you know. What the f. stands for more than bob and sheri archives at bob and sheri dot com the bob and sheri website the odd cast contest info bob and sheri dot com. Halloween is not that far away. And i i was interested in this story because we are getting close to halloween and it comes from the peabody museum. It is a museum that i grew up very near in new haven connecticut. And they have the most amazing dinosaurs the bones that you have ever seen anywhere but also they do other things and they have just opened an exhibit that spotlights the salem which trials and we've all heard about the salem which trials but what do you really know about them. I've been to salem massachussetts in the witch house. Where one of the Women who were accused of being witches. You can take a tour of and it's you know a house from the sixteen hundreds right around sixteen ninety and it's very interesting and then you go to downtown salem. And it's a charming place. But of course they're playing off the whole which thing and there are halloween stores and they they kind of make it a little bit lighter but the actual trial itself was a really serious thing. I'm just gonna read from the peabody museum before being executed on july thirteenth. Sixteen ninety two elizabeth. How along with four other women who were hanged that day endured trial proceedings that would soon become infamous since the early part of that year the community in and around salem massachusetts was roiled by a series of route which trials that threatened the very core of the massachusetts bay colony and again this is in the sixteen. Hundreds families and friendships were ripped apart. It involved eventually more than four hundred people and led to the death of twenty five innocent men women and children the wife of a farmer in nearby tops field and mother of six was charged with quote affecting several young women including a ten year old girl who complained of being pricked by pins and suffering from mysterious fits acrimony defined the trial as a number of house acquaintances and loved ones. Came to testify against her overriding her denials and then she met the rope because of that and now more than three hundred years after the trial p museums newest exhibit the salem which trials reckoning and reclaiming runs through march and it features original seventeenth century court documents that are accusing these women. In some cases men of being. which is. We're still thinking about the which trials they say after three hundred years. We're still reckoning with the fallout from the trials. What it meant to these people and how we think about those people what they experienced in sixteen ninety two a book. The memory of elizabeth. How sixteen ninety two and you can You can read about what happened to her and what she was charged with. It really is one of the most shocking things in the nation's history when you when you dive into it He realized that had nothing to do with witchcraft. At all. not really no. No no what. Witchcraft was just the excuse. The fake news right. It's it's really one of my daughter's got very very into the history of the salem which trials and so we have a handful of books around the house on it. Yeah it's that right. It's something yeah. There's a shock one of my daughters interested in witch trials and feminist noticing common ever. It's an interesting town to go to. I mean it's charming as can be in their restaurants everything which In the downtown area is mostly witch themed. But it's a charming new england town.
"massachussetts" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Allegedly. Allegedly you know in in remember. I've told you my story that i met chuck berry was a childhood idol of mine in. I drove three hours to go see him out. North hampton massachussetts and went and saw him play and left the venue a little bit early in the hopes that it would be able to take a picture of him talking about photography and i waited outside the back stage door in the two guys ahead of me. Both of them holding gibson guitars and he came out. Theory was chuck berry in person. My idol as a kid and the two guys asked him to sign their guitars and he said no and he came to me. And i said mr berry longtime fan. You've been an idol of mine forever. Would you mind if i took a picture. And he said you can take it. But i ain't posing for it in. He pushed me out of the way. I got a blurry ass photo. He got pushed by his seventy five year old guy. That's a better story is a much better story. It is so much better than than if i had said. Hey get a look. I took a picture of chuck berry it so much better that no chuck berry pushed me out of the way. Did you know that at the two minute and fifty eight second mark of the song. Hey jude paul mccartney yells out. Oh fucking hell because he made a mistake what he was playing. And you actually hear it really. Yes at two fifty eight mark. You'll hear in the in the deepak. Because he's he's doing a lot of background vocals. Go all that and you. I went back. And i listened to it. I'm like yeah there. It is at the end. I wish you could play it for us. Yeah i don't think i i it. Wouldn't you have to really listen. You have to really listen but it's there it's definitely that's mixed in with everything else but once it's pointed out you you hear it i. I love that stuff. I lo- love those little easter eggs. Those little mistakes like a lot of people don't catch that at the beginning of roxanne when he was recording. It stays that once he. He sat on the piano in thing. That's where he goes all right you. He plays it off in keeps going and they kept it in there. I think that's amazing. Yeah the album pet sounds the album. Pet sounds the beach boys. You know how the name came about pet. Sounds good. sounds pets now. Brian wilson showed the another total asshole. Mike love he showed him the new material. And mike love responded. Who the hell is gonna listen to this. The is of a dog to one of the greatest albums ever made. Mike love is a fucking asshole with the capital fucking in front of it. That dude for some reason always has a major chip on his shoulder. Yeah he's an edgy guy. He's a pieces. He's a piece of shit. What does the album the van halen album. Fifty one fifty. What what does that named after. So it is named after the los angeles police code for somebody that is in psychiatric psychiatric distress. That's the rumor that's what everybody thinks it is. It's actually named after his peavey amp a fifty one fifty which was built exclusively for him. Yeah that's what is named alpha i. I'm going to challenge. That one picking gelato. Prove me wrong. Challenge one don't question. I mean i know you like all that everybody says to fifty meads crazy now. His peavey amp was a fifty one. Fifty may just for him and we'll see who plays guitar on while my guitar gently weeps eric clapton. That's an easy one right so far. No sunday bloody sunday originally started with the phrase. Don't talk to me about the rights of the ira then ultimately changed it figuring not a smart move not a smart move at that time so they changed the original lyrics. Don't talk to me about the rights of the ira to. I can't believe the news today. Yeah he phil kelly. We get have our regular phil kelly reference ya fill kellyanne. I went out and saw you. U2 at i think it was the providence now it was the worst centrum and we had not enough money to get back home and we got we convince this cabdriver to take as far z could in the whole time. The irish cabdriver was trying to convince us that. U2 was in business solely to raise money for cause the ira. the i think he dropped us off. You know like the edge of boston right. Where right where the mass turnpike kinda starts in like allston and we had to make our way back from there. Well that's me phil kelly. Jim hurley went to see what's his name. I always draw blanks on this. When i go to do this mike now. Yeah yeah. what's his name played with traffic. I can i. Steve winwood winwood at providence. Civic seven february. jim hurley's keys get stolen by some little. That and he was the ride home. And so there's three of us and with two jackets on the side of the highway and with thumbing at like eleven thirty at night and some guy picks us up in a literally at eleven thirty at night twelve it must have been twelve. Maybe twelve thirty. Unlike a thursday night picks up in a television repair van. This guy he said where you go so. We're going to boston all right so he takes us the boston in this man. At one point he stops at a store. Twenty four goes in together. I don't know pack of smokes. One of us. And i won't say starts rummaging through looking for his stash all the draws with screws and nuts and then starts looking for the keys because they wanted to steal the van. I'm not gonna say who's idea that was because it didn't happen. The guy takes us through the worst part of boston. And now i know why he knew exactly how to get that it was a crackhead brought berry where i'm from i said. Do you know why exactly where i am this. Nothing better than a tweak. Picking you up twelve thirty to take you to the train station. Boston at twelve thirty. You'll take the ride from whoever you can and we almost took the ride from him.
"massachussetts" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"Embracing the suck if you will and embracing the suck. This is something that conservatives and republicans have to embrace. If we're going to get anywhere again. We we've heard conversations all of us have hair conversations pre and now post nine eleven and we're all wondering how we can give back to nine twelve. We're all wondering if there can be We can. We can have that feeling where americans all americans are are united and a simple answer is no and i'm not saying this to try to discourage you or the truth of the matter is let's look at it. Why was it that we were. So what what took unity. Why was it that we were so united on nine twelve. We were so united on nine. Twelve nine eleven am nine twelve. We became so united because tragedy hit a. And i want you. i want you to. I want you to hear this. I want you to understand this. Because it's i think as americans oftentimes we we've become so coddled we've become so spoiled. That's why we have issues like white privilege and crt Running rampant in our college campuses. Because we've become so spoiled or children have become so spoiled we have. It's so great in america that we have to make a fake atrocities. We have to make up fake grievances. But i can tell you. Unity typically comes after some type of major catastrophe whether it'd be world war one whether it be world war two and defeating nazi germany. There's all this unity in the country. Civil rights movement martin luther king blacks being beat dog german shepherds being sick on black by democrats by the way in the south and then america sees this stuff on tv. They actually see it now and there. This has got to change. American's begin to unite right here in florida. I've do plenty of hurricanes a major storms. Where neighbors that. I don't typically talk to or hardly even see one of these bad boys. Hit trees are down branches down all over the place. I mean roof shingles all over the street. All in the yards. Neighbors helping neighbors the same. Whether it's in louisiana new orleans typically unity comes after there's some type of major cataclysmic event and the truth of the matter is if we want unity and the united states than what we need to do as conservative what we need to do as republicans is step up to the plate and embrace the suck and the suck means that if we stand for our values if we stand for our principles we may lose some friends we we may not always get along with family members. Although i would say do your best to get along with with family members even if it means avoiding conversations of politics never got. I think it's really stupid to avoid conversation. God i think that's i. I hear people say that all the time and just think that's foolish But if you need to avoid conversational politics. I fully a fully understand around the family but for the most part. If we're going to have unity we're going to. We're going to have to crush the left. Because i think there are some moderate democrats if you will in the closet that wanna come out of the closet. But they're too scared because they have way too much control. The rich data to leaves the george soros that are funding these people but i think there are some monitor moderate democrats that wanna come out of the closet. Think about this the kkk. You know what i hate about. these groups. Think about these groups. Eh that are so worthless. Black panthers kkk Uncle bill lamb. All of these groups are so worthless they have. This is why they're so worthless if if white people didn't exist uncle a lamb would be totally worthless group. If black people didn't exist the kkk will be totally worthless. They will be totally devoid of meaning. I would never want to be a part of a group. That's infused with so much. Hate that if one ethnicity or dropped off the planet i would literally have no meaning or no purpose in my life said dunk racist or the dumb dumb people I just never. I would never want to be. I would never wanna be a part of any of those those those groups so i think this is why it's important to push back on these groups. If you're caught a racist for speaking truth you know what speak truth anyway. Don't be a jerk about it if you're if you're a religious person or maybe you're just maybe you're just kind of timid. You've never done this before you know what we're fighting for this country. Don't be afraid to say something or you might be afraid. Initially but the more you practice the more you speak out the less the easier it becomes to shawny shared this story with me. nancy pelosi. You guys won't believe this. You guys already are probably in shock. That i'm saying i admire Nancy's pelos nancy pelosi's willingness to embrace the suck. But she also says this. Nancy pelosi angers dams hat tip to Sean sent me this from his pack angers dams after saying america needs a pig. Strong republican party House speaker. Nancy pelosi anger members of her tim critic base after she said that there ought to be a big strong republican party. This event over the weekend. The california democrat made her remarks in a video clip. Posted online by the hill then went viral and drew immediate. Pushback from her party's left-wing supporters. She said i say to my republican friends. Take back your party. The country needs a big strong republican party. And i say that as a leader and the democratic party pelosi said last weekend event as smith smith college in north hampton massachussetts. You know what's absolutely crazy about this. I believer she goes on to say. Don't have it be a cold of personality. On extreme extreme extreme right. Oh okay okay. She added a possible reference supporters for a president donald trump. this isn't about liberal conservative. it's about radical shall we say they don't believe in governance. Okay now that. I totally disagree with but nonetheless policy went on to say that americans who oppose the science of covert restrictions and mandates like wearing masks..
"massachussetts" Discussed on Radio Boston
"Because we haven't had all of our students and and over seven and seventeen months so i wanted to ask you about that because chelsea is one of only seven districts allowed by the state to have a virtual school option. This year you talked about having up to fifty percent of your students remote last year. What percentage are staying remote this year. And what are you hearing from them about why well the virtuous school that we have is not a remote learning goal. It's a virtual school. Chew virtual school with It's it's forced to let students. They have to be referred by the principal educators and working with the parents so it's really about individualizing instruction and so when the department of education put out the all content any district interested in applying for virtual school. you can apply. I jumped at the opportunity because we learn so much during remote learning that. I wanted to take advantage of this crisis. If you will and the opportunity to say we learned a lot some of our students actually do better and the wrote about setting. Some of our students thrive and some of our teachers did. So let's try this. Do what small. And and let's let's let's focus on the individualization of instruction for students and though do you. This is going to be sort of part of the way chelsea does school from from noah it the virtual school just to clarify in a very small amount. We're looking at up to maybe a hundred students and and it. It is an official school so instead of chelsea having ten schools we now have eleven school. And so i do think that this is. This will be a part of our portfolio We hired a principal and she's hired teachers and today we started off with a five students because again the students have to be referred and there's special Referral The referral process. And where. We're being innovative. And i told a virtual school staff The other day as like there are going to be some bumps along this road. This is their brand new endeavor for us and welcome to the roller coaster. We're gonna get through this together. We're going to create. We're going to be innovative in and how we do this and we're going to meet the needs of individual students. So i'm thinking about masks to superintendent Statewide mask mandate was issued on the twenty fifth of august for students and staff in massachussetts public schools. You had a letter from a couple of days before leading a Families know that you wanted there to be masks but we also know there'd been some open discussion that the state was going to do this. So had you planned ahead of the state to require masks and if so why was that an important step to take. I had already. I didn't know that the state was going to issue. A math mandate Won the state did or when desi did I was already moving in that direction because of our community and and conversation with multiple stakeholders and talking to our families. So when i went to my school committee i said here is my recommendation that we do universal masking and then the following week school committee voted and approve the the new universal masking. And then i think it was a couple of days later. The department desi and the commissioner went ahead and and made the mandate so we were. We were just ahead a little bit ahead. It's a conversation that i had been having With multiple stakeholders over the summer..
"massachussetts" Discussed on Places I Remember with Lea Lane
"A vintage seaside resort town turns into an autumn haven mid october through november the historic lighthouses. Give overviews of the changing fall colors as well as the atlantic ocean delaware bay and cape may point state park aspen. Colorado is named for gorgeous. Aspen trees that turned yellow gold in the fall. Stop at maroon bells to take in the scenery along. The wisconsin river is a glacier form gorge known as the wisconsin dells during the fall. The dells are particularly peaceful boat. Tours river walks and sightseeing and devil's lake state park. I delight for ways to enjoy the colors. Outside the united states korea taiwan china and japan are all known for beautiful color especially in the highlands and in europe charming villages and historic cities such as paris and prague are gorgeous in the autumn season. You can drive around on your own view. Leaves but always check to be sure that fall festivals will be on around the globe winemakers in wine experts celebrate new vintages and older favors with festivals tastings vintage specific food pairings and educational wind theme seminars. The lone star state is known for barbecue but fine wine. Well texas is america's fifth largest wine producing state. It even hosts grape fest. The southwest's largest wine festival held annually in september. Some two hundred and fifty thousand people sample texas vintages and the festival includes a grape stomping contest. If beer's your drink of choice. And even if it isn't october fest in munich. Germany is the world's largest celebration of beer and fun. The folk festival is held annually in bavaria for sixteen to eighteen days from mid or late september to the first sunday in october and more than six million people from around the world attend. The festival originated on october. Twelve eighteen ten celebrating the marriage of the crown prince of area who later became king. Louis the i to princess teresa on saxton hilbert housing. Let's turn to halloween. It's not just trick or treating anymore. Salem massachussetts the which city is known for the tragic events. That unfold during the salem witch trials in nineteen innocent victims lost their lives in sixteen ninety two. The women were not witches and were accused to puritan beliefs of the time visit in october. If you wanna glimpse of the city's darker passed along with present..
"massachussetts" Discussed on The Ordinary, Extraordinary Cemetery
"Extraordinary cemetery where every death had a life end every life had a story might name is jenny johnson low. And i'm diane hartshorn in tonight. We have never very special guest for everybody but before we introduced him we went to. Of course bring out. Tonight's news story. This one is coming from salem massachusetts. This week This is something. I've actually been following for a little while watching the progress on this and now it's open and ready for business. The story is coming to us from the salem dot. Org log and it is about the charter street cemetery. Welcome center so the charter street cemetery. Which we've talked about before on this. Podcast is also known. As the burying point. It is salems oldest cemetery in town and They now have visitors center. That's right next to it. That's open and they have Folks in there every day to help answer more questions And i think to also kinda help guide groups through when especially in october when they're crowds get really really big out there and they're trying to limit the number of people that are in the cemetery at any one time just to help preserve the headstones stuff that are still there because those dating back to sixteen hundred. That's very old and so this is their way of helping to protect it. So the visitor's center has been opened since july. Twenty eight visitors to salem massachussetts can now begin their visit to charter street cemetery or the old bearing point at the new welcome center located within the pittman house which is part of the pity essex museums architectural collection the welcome center features exhibitions about the cemetery and the charter street historic district as well as a small gift shop and maps and information for visiting the cemetery established in sixteen thirty seven charter street. Cemetery is salems oldest cemetery. The pigment house is almost as old with its first period structure. Dating back to sixteen sixty five with the renovation of the pittman house to include the cemeteries welcome center..
"massachussetts" Discussed on Bachelor Party
"Only cold hearted heart right now. I mean no. No no no no part of me part of me is like did. Did he know way he was gonna win. Not that he wasn't gonna win or either either he was not gonna win. Or maybe i see like maybe he felt katie is was not the one yeah and was just like first of all okay. His sons comment. My shot would kill me. If i was him so i totally get it but like you're already at this point so like what's a few more days totally respect his decision. Also you know it's a different situation like with his mom Passing i can understand. Why michael's hypersensitive about his kid feeling like he's going to be there for him. Always of course yeah So like i get that but part of me is like i feel like it's michael was like i know for a fact that this is my person and it'll be better for my kid in the long run he states i feel like part of him was like i don't think it's her or maybe she'd i can tell that she doesn't think it's me my kid just said that and like that's my breaking point. I'm going home. Yeah i think that is more likely he knew this wasn't it for him and to me the main the main thing that i'm just like wait. What is his his blow. Up is premature like dude. He's got a new haircut. He look very tan. He's his guys. Air air yeah. It looks really good and was like okay. This man is liking the attention. I don't blame him you know he's had a few years. I would like the attention to who doesn't like the attention of the people that are interested. But i like. I don't know about this. Also who was going to be coming for his hometown like what if like whoever that was he must have been like. You know. i'm not going to subject them to being on television. Yeah yeah and. I think that he takes it super seriously and so i think there was a combination of things for him to fully blame it on his son i was like i don't know if that was the whole reason I do think he's enjoying the attention but like at the time he left. He didn't know that he's going to have this attention. So i feel like he came out of it and was like this is pretty nice. I'll stick with this. I also like i steal like you kind of put yourself in a position to where like you can't really go on any other. Show the bachelor. The bachelor no but even even him being the bachelor like his sons would have to be on it. And that would be fucked up parenting in my opinion and i also don't think he would subject to sunday that he seems very protective of him like he even on his son come to the ho- hometown so i'm mike. You can't really the bachelor because it's the same amount of time if not more. I don't know if it's more or less like outside of corn. Actually i guess we're going back in quarantines who who knows but yeah like see can't really gonna bachelorette bachelor. You can't really go on bashes in paradise alike. I think he's gonna be the bachelor he's seems like he's end the bachelorette it. They gave him so much. Frigging time as you said. The first thirty minutes of this episode was all michael a and it's just like that's a lot of him he just can't ha okay. If he's the bachelor he definitely loses points. Because you're putting yourself in the same situation but worse because you're doing it twice in a year. Plus be doing twice a year after. I was actually just Peter in on the pot a couple of days ago and peter saying part of the hardest part of being the bachelor is like once the show starts airing the schedule so insane like you have to do so. Yeah public relation yeah. Although when emily maynard was the bachelorette they moved production to north carolina. So she could be near her daughter's like maybe they would do that for him. I mean they're not even in california right now anyway. I could see that happening. But if he's not the bachelor. I'll be shocked. I mean just also would love to know where they're gonna shoot in ohio if that was the case. It's like a joke you know. What's so good about cleveland. You like it. You think cleveland school. I mean i never heard anybody say i'm going to cleveland on vacation was so good about cleveland. I don't know. I've i've only driven through ohio. Never spent much time there. I don't now but they have to do somewhere. Warm someone someone message may pointing out. There's been like no bathing suit. Shots this season which really point. There's been like no hot tubs. Wasn't there one There may be worth one. There was like the slam ball. But wasn't there one in the woods. I think there was one. But that's like a really low number. This is a hot tub heavy show. I mean matt season. I felt like there was a hot tub like way episode. Yeah and it was like not even like the. It was like the free standing hot tubs. You're just like this is just really warm water. It's literally hot. Tub sound like a jacuzzi has to be. We also talked about like how long one stay in a hot tub for he. I mean how long they say for your fingers get hot tire bold hot sweaty makeup melting off and making out for hours also mask the worst the mascara and on your face. It'd be really bad. There's a worse than when it gets the end of the day. And i'm like all right. I've been touching my face all day. And so i have mascara underneath. My eyes looks really dark. It's like no one told there's no one around to tell me so now jane. Oh god eric tough stuff. The housewives of new york. Beverly hills are so depressing. The season just new york. I've quit. I'd never thought this would happen. But i'm like i'm out. I can't do this. i'm still watching both. I don't think Beverly hills. Is that bad. I mean. I mean no. It's bad but i find it interesting. I think new york is bad and like a like. It's tough to watch like to watch me even though the content is is heavy. They're just lucky that they were in. La instead of fucking salem massachussetts for three episodes. I mean who wanted that. I mean i think they were like struggling with new york. All their chips have lasted way. Too long yeah. It's a really bad season. it's really bad anyway. Back better notch ler my fault anyway. Let's talk about andrew for bachelor versus michael a. I don't think andrew enough time this week. He like next to none and he did that. Little shimmy in his little dance move in his chair. And i was like uh-huh that's a warning sign to me. He's like a little too excited. I love andrew. I think he would be w-world's more interesting than think. Michael i think michael is a great guy. So it's not even you know regardless of why left or whatever whatever i think he's like a good human but like you're already putting us through katie and michelle also good humans but like we need some on ten. Yeah i think andrew is the guy for that. I agree also. He's a little bit younger. And i don't usually advocate for younger but let's get some bad decisions going. Let's just Let's just you know. Throw caution to the wind and like see someone mess up a little bit. That sounds interesting though. I don't have to black bachelor's back to back. I don't know if they would either. And michelle is the bachelorette lead into it too.
"massachussetts" Discussed on The Divine I AM
"I went to franklin cures undergrad. Undergraduate in psychology nutrition. Got her and i stay. Received my masters nutrition. And i got my phd in health from there actually studied with them studies interactive intensive master knee watching watching. He started with thomas. Tam honestly i studied from my patients. I tell the story of the time. That the first day that i ever the doors i was worried about feeding my little boys my boys. You're like fifteen months of partner little babies for stuff I'm gonna have enough to feed them. Really not convinced is gonna have a real good starting point in my work. 'cause i was Downtime cohasset massachussetts. Nobody listen guys messages. It's assists small town myself. How people are gonna find me. What what would they consider for. I'm gonna deal with. It's you know. The first day. I was in business at like ten people. Show up niger. As in the back of a barbershop people showed up every day. There are people knocking on my door every day. It was incredible. The day that i first started is a deluge people. It's just the most incredible thing. I can tell you that it just leaves me. I'm doing the right thing. defied logic. Trust five I started right away with the of people coming in a lot of remarkable experiences right away. And i've learned from my patients every step of the way so my my greatest teachers and my patients truly. I know you you started out. You were like. I started out helping people to lose weight. And then he's ten pounds zero and then it brings you all the way to this. It just blows my mind. I mean that is your the ultimate Because i know you've mentioned one of your patients and that really hit my heart to And i believe it was the little seven year old that you mentioned my goodness..
"massachussetts" Discussed on Talkin' Birds
"All right. Make touchy next week. Mike connors down there at the famous birdwatchers general store and cape cod. Bird-watching magazine has a new membership program. Benefits include detailed bird. Idee articles from ken. Kaufman and david sibley tips and stories about bird photography access to quarterly e workshops on identifying photographing birds and complementary print and digital subscriptions to birdwatching magazine. Learn more at bird watching daily dot com slash. Memberships were back here at the mystery bird. Contest and We have rich. I believe in Brookline massachussetts to maybe tell us what bird is good morning rich. Good morning away going going well so the warm here but it's it's pretty nice what he think Rich on the on the mystery burglar. i'm going to have to guess eight upland sandpiper. You have to guess that you must because that's the correct answer. yes job. Yeah the upland sandpiper we mentioned about Airports here This is a bird that has really declined. A lot was once abundant in the great plains but In many places like here in the northeast where you and i are rich. Most of the nip upland sandpipers live on the grounds of airports. That's not a really good thing for i. Guess a number of reasons but that's kind of the way it is because it's the only place they can find around this part of the country. In any case those birds by the way will be heading south Very soon mid july the head off heading down back to south america rich. Thank you so much. Congratulations nice job in fuel stan. The line we'll get your info and send you those beautiful prices all right.
"massachussetts" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Now packer. Ceo mark murphy said quote. The situation phase with aaron rodgers has divided our fan base and end quote. And listen. i'm not green bay packers fan. But i'm already taking sides here. I'm choosing aaron rodgers side and just as if just as wayne brady was going through similar circumstances when you know you drafted garoppolo you wanna move on from brady wanna you draft guys like brennan or trade for guys like brandin cooks to be garoppolo sky and it kinda likes a fire underneath. Brady's and says you know. I'm going to go win the super bowl. Tom brady had house out in. La that he would spend the off seasons at and you know he'd have some as receivers come with them. Bub-bubba when jimmy garoppolo drafted brady moved back from the los angeles back into brookline massachussetts. And i guess you know we know brady is laser focused type of guy but he turned it to the next level and so that's the response that brady had. And then he plays an mvp level in two thousand fifteen doesn't mean the super bowl then he gets spended. Four games in two thousand sixteen wins the superbowl then is mvp. In two thousand seventeen gets the super bowl then wins the super bowl in two thousand eighteen and then gets eliminated in the wildcard round of the tennessee. Titans in his last year in new england mind you. His last pass ever as a patriot was a pick six courtesy to former teammate. Logan ryan and i was the biggest supporter of brady now. If brady couldn't even get what he wanted with the patriots a man who wants six super bowls for the patriots. A man that i think is the majority as well. As obviously the plurality of responsibility for that entire dynasty that you know as much as we say you know new england has a revolving door of players they come they go the one guy that clearly as we can see now cannot go. Is tom brady. And that was proven and a guy like i said as responsible for the dynasty. Is that man brady. Who was treated as he was by the coach and slash. Gm bill belichick. Not getting the help he wanted around him not getting the guaranteed years that he wanted then who in their right mind could ever think to get exactly what they want to tom brady. Ken and aaron rodgers is trying now. I'm sure negotiating with bill. Belichick is a little different than negotiate with brian. Good kunst but the other factor here is. I believe that that relationship between brady and belicheck as much as they say. It's fine as much as you know. Players will be like. Oh yeah there's nothing there. I think there was something there and twenty seventeen because we knew that ballot check wanted to move onto garoppolo during that year but then brady went to the super bowl won the mvp in sarah for super bowl shortage etc etc. But the man who stepped in to arbitrate this feud for twenty seventeen eighteen and nineteen for three years. He basically was the mediator. Was bill belichick the owner now. The packers don't really have an owner they have. Ceo.
"massachussetts" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus
"Another thing we had were these portable recorders That you could also jam. Time co two And then just walk around with it and just get a little anything their time walking through the forest and i just hear oh look. There's crickets over there. So we just kind of go plan to mike on a tree and leave it there for twenty minutes and then come back and then they had some ambience are sometimes it would rain. You know when we were in boston. The deaf community is right there. Like off the water in north hampton massachussetts and there mosquitoes everywhere. I remember actually one time. I walked outside to take a phone call. My wife She anytime you get five minutes. Just try to call and talk to the kids. Or whatever. And i walked outside. And i came back in. Everyone was like what happened to your face. Because i've been bitten by like ten mosquitoes. My face had like mutated as oh whoops this distant a couple of minutes but there was the sound of all kinds of interesting stuff outside and we will do our best to capture it. I mean films are noisy. And that's another tricky thing to between production posts. If we wanted to get anything specific we'd have to shut everything down. Have everyone stop working on the truck. No lighting we just need to spend a couple minutes doing this and sometimes we would get it and other times. It's just be too hectic and we had to move onto the next thing because it's gonna be darkened our or we have to move the nets location. I mean it's a film set and there's are the compromises you may but it's so interesting to me because the sound editing sound mixing sound design are where i feel like a lot of the scientific experimentation takes place because it's not like you can go and do the research on exactly what's going to make the best experience for this particular movie. Sure yeah and that that goes to the strength of darius are director. Who kind of you know. It was his story and.
"massachussetts" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"Did you guys kind of notice the difference there from the first one to the last one in that first one. It's very upbeat. And her voice is higher previously on wanda division and then it definitely gets lower each time and even like monitor almost more monisha darker monotone. Yeah i feel like. This is something that i brought up before and i think it's kind of not only is playing out in the episode but it's playing out in the previously on and i had to take notice of that so i i do think that the draining of her energy or the display of her energy is going to be a big part of like this final episode. This episode started off with a with a flashback to salem massachussetts back in sixteen ninety three and i've got a lot of stuff that i want to say about this. Because we're we're led to believe now that everybody was thinking before is going to be a zero. Who's the villain is it is it agatha is wanda herself. Is somebody else feasta nightmare. And and now we get now now. We're kind of like maybe it's agatha. Maybe it's because it was agatha long and we get this opening scene where agatha is is being brought in front of her coven of witches and. They're accusing her of dark magic. I'm gonna read these quotes from this first part because watching this upon the second and third viewing. I have kind of maybe kind of put something together that i think really kind of like goes hand in hand with what. We're seeing in wanda right now. Herself agatha says they ask agatha harkness. Are you a witch. And she says yes and her mother goes on to say yet. You have portrayed your cubbon she says i have not and her mother says you stole knowledge above your age and station you practice. The darkest of magic now is she talking about. Is she talking about at this point. She's been dipping their toes into this dark. Magic you stole knowledge above your agent's station did she steal knowledge from them or can we go back to maybe the previous episode where we first saw the book. We saw that book that was in the basement with all the purple vines and the book headline this glowing orange around it now..
"massachussetts" Discussed on Los' Lounge
"And clearly. We're talking again today. But one of the rules is just hit record wherever you are and see what happens so we are broadcasting life for a the best mexican restaurant in the area. And i'm having a few margaritas gary having his t what's kind of tipping fee. Ginger ru and slippery sued the growth with my throat other ways. So we're gonna just leave the fall right here and we're gonna talk that talk without thinking about this natural conversation run see. That's the thing that's hard. But yet i'm sending over margaritas on. I will say that more glenn. How the bedroom life to. I'm excited about so. Tell me about these crystals The place all but they have like crystal orb tarot cards call on that five channel different energies through persona so where to from here channel from healing. from puppets. seventy got show for myself. Go to work. I have to get some not water. So yes as we are back on the lounge no microphone just the phone simple back to basics you know in in the beginning of podcasting. I did read that. It's kind of cool if you just hit a cord whatever you want you know whenever you feeling inspired or whatever. So yesterday was friday saturday. It is february. I think sixteenth or seventeenth. No way past the. I don't know what it is. I don't even know. And i'm not even gonna look right now. But in any case we're in northampton massachusetts and north hampton massachusetts very lgbtq plus Inviting centric but. it's also very collegiate. Very artsy fartsy in a dope way in l. cultural way in a. It's just beautiful. I love north hampton. Massachussetts would love to live in northampton massachusetts. Right here in downtown area of celebrated to new year's eves here because they They do their own ball. Drop from the north from the hotel. North hampton and. It's really a lot of fun. Gary has water radish. Yeah and it's an incredible mexican restaurant and they've been here forever pretty much as long as gary anais. Friendship has been going Never are you serious bro. I mean. I haven't eaten. I mostly the. It's working well in some with the team in the that. His margarita is strong. You gotta different healthy. Yeah know one of the shot always thought about. We'll talk with limited. Just because we're around very this is substance abuse you know. We're going to get to because of our location. But i do feel like your perspective is so important in this and i got one of those side of that. Because it's an important topic to me. That are so just without saying too much is because of where we're just whatever. Just what would you say is like we. We can identify with that. Like look at us. Now yeah. I mean like i've had your beard on this side stroke the beard the whole beard stroke beard gone. He said i do away piece of something your date last night that no day. No but isn't it crazy like. Would you ever thought like that when we were kids that we would deal with that. Shit of artemis was like kind of looking for the big fame in the danger. The rutta race the rush But yeah i mean like it's true. We do all the dare stop. And mike score not drive. I was like an anti tobacco coalition. And look at me smoking like like you would never you never think that how the way but as the the day and it turned out that it's problematic for me for sure for me for short has had this issue of everyday. Well what i'm saying like the mind. You're just not gonna work no way in a way but sometimes if you score overboard ulcers i know how to.
The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion with Petra Slinkard
"Seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common every day. We all get dressed. Welcome to trust the history of fashion. Podcasts are we explore the who what of why we wear. We are fashion historian and your host april kellyanne and cassidy zachary will hello dressed listeners. Today we are very excited to feature an exhibition. That does something that you know. We love to do on dressed. And that is celebrating the work of bad ass ladies from their history and today. And that's right because today we are welcoming the peabody essex museum fashion and textile curator pitcher sling card to the show to discuss. The exhibition. Made it the women who've revolutionized fashion and as the museum's website says through more than one hundred works made it celebrates the stories of women who revolutionized many aspects of the fashion industry and traces how these efforts parallel history of women's global struggle for equity and opportunity exhibition is actually collaboration between pem and the kunst museum didn't hog in the netherlands and it features clothing from both of these museums collections. As well as from private and public collections and so from every designer from elizabeth keck lead to lady. Lucille gordon to madeleine to bonnie cashin and low mary. Quant and then all the way to more contemporary designers like rei kawakubo Irishman herpin gina. Kuma you do not want to miss this exhibition. It actually just opened in its on view until march twenty twenty one yes and alas we will not be able to make it to salem massachussetts in person this year especially right now so what better way to celebrate this exhibition them by being joined by his co. curator patriot. Welcome to the show. He had show welcome to dress. It's such a pleasure to have you here today thank you. I'm excited to be with you. So you are here to discuss the peabody essex. Museum latest exhibition the women who revolutionized fashion two hundred and fifty years of design as the title suggests. This is not by any means a small topic. Can you tell us about the exhibit and a little bit about the inspiration behind its creation. Sure absolutely So this exhibition actually is a partnership that we did our we're doing i should say With the consortium and then hand in the netherlands and it is an extension of a show. They put on called them. Vitol's strong women and fashion and their show then travelled to belgium and we are essentially kind of the third venue. But it's. It's an interesting collaboration because it's not an identical repaying of their show so they're installation on which was was beautiful and spanned multiple rooms in multiple galleries and our show is going to be designed a little bit differently And part of reason that we were very excited to partner with consortium is that they're so accommodating on really great partners they allowed us to borrow sixty objects from their election which was huge for us because of course the european collection Phenomenal works that represent into the big european designers for which doesn't have that much representation and but of course being in the united states. We really wanted to draw out of some additional stories that pertain to designers the twentieth century. But also american designers For whom there wasn't as much representation in their show the we've been able to augment With twenty five works from our own collection some of which are recent acquisitions and We borrowed a few pieces from the mfa in boston. We brought to pieces from the chicago history museum and then we're working with To private collectors. So there are a hundred eight mannequins in the show. It's a really big show and it does run the gamut. We say two hundred and fifty years. It's not of course the comprehensive look but it does span that timeframe and so why an exhibition dedicated to i mean. This probably goes without saying what inspired you to do. An exhibition dedicated just to women designers. Well that's a great question It actually takes me back to a time in chicago. Because i was working at the post. Your museum as the custom curators there and of course as a social history museum we were definitely thinking about a twenty twenty s. A hallmark year for the anniversary of the ratification of the nineteenth amendment. And so even then this back in two thousand seventeen By partner just kapoor. And i were already beginning to catacomb the collection and look to see what we might do in honor of women. Because of museum itself was looking to do a year of women based programming and exhibitions. My life changed. Because i. I moved tuesday when massachusetts became the vashon. Tech's curator the peabody essex museum. Is i kind of put that idea dressed. Rest until i was scrolling through instagram. One evening saw me ho. Hey who's curator at the museum post image of stack of books and i noticed all the names on the books. And they were all women designers. She said something pithy like coming soon. And you know a strong women fashion.
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"K. hike I'm Barbara Kusak Senator John McCain a man who put principles over politics, was remembered at. His Phoenix memorial service today. By his friend and democratic colleague former. Vice president Joe Biden hardly started Jonah's a brother had held, on family fights Biden said politics was not what.
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"Mostly cloudy seventy degrees in boston good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now trouble continuous for the state police the us attorney's office will hold a press conference at eleven o'clock this morning to announce the arrest three massachusetts state troopers charged with thefts of government funds we have learned that two of the troopers are retired another suspended without pay state police troop e has been embroiled in an overtime scandal stay with wbz for details on this developing story every spas to an aclu lawsuit a federal judge issues an order giving the us government thirty days to reunite children separated from their families at the border fourteen days for children under the age of five and a primary shocker in new york alexandria okay cortes a twenty eight year old liberal activists defeats top house democrat joe crowley crowley becomes the first democratic incumbent to fall this primary season in other news president trump is claiming vindication after the supreme court allows his travel ban to stay in place here's abc's stephanie ramos president trump says the us must make sure people are vetted when they are trying to enter the country he calls this controversial travel ban blocking people from seven muslimmajority countries from entering the us a victory this is a great victory for our constitution we have to be tough and we have to be safe and we have to be secure democrats immigration advocates and muslim groups protested outside the supreme court's decision to uphold president trump's travel ban was announced stephanie ramos abc news the white house a local salambek organization is disappointed at yesterday's high court decision wbz's doug cope has more john robbins at the council on american islamic relations says the ruling puts a lot of uncertainty in the minds of local muslim families whether it's people who are not able to seek medical treatment for child at one of massachussetts premiere hospitals whether it's those who have children who are attending who wish to graduate from some of the top universities in the world located here in massachusetts either they'll be able to return to complete their studies or their parents will be unable to come see their children's graduation will we hear over and over and over again is that this is leading to real world pain for real world people he says the decision echoes some of the darkest chapters in american history in boston doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty and arrest overnight in eighteen year old will be and taunton district court today charged in connection with the fatal shooting of another teenager last night in north dighton joseph medeiros is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the shooting death of seventeen year old michael pacheco police say the shooting happened around seven last night on forest street here's a site you don't see every day a hot air balloon drops into a neighborhood in methuen causing some residents to call nine one one it wasn't a crash just a typical flight.