12 Burst results for "Mayor Koch"
"mayor koch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Necessarily have been the way we would look at them when there was a very low -grade environment. So challenging for both clients and for our bank underwriting, but I think there are better days ahead as rates to normalize and stabilize. With regard to rates and everything, it's all predicated on interest bringing in money. What are you doing with regarding to get new deposits, especially when you have Chase and the other banks over there providing higher yields? I think as you mentioned in the intro here, our service and the way we connect with our clients and our ability for our bankers to really have that deeper conversation with our clients and show the full offering of the bank and what it's to able bring to each of our clients is the difference, and that level of engagement has attracted new clients and additional deposits to the bank. Which area do you see the most activity with with regards to the real estate market that you're involved with? You know, so the multifamily asset class has continued to be an active area for us. We continue to lend into that space. Even with regard to stabilized rents? Even in regards to stabilized rents, I think there are the appropriate price points and quality opportunities out there that we'll continue to pursue. What about the office market? There are certain new offices being built. What's your thought about that? So I'm encouraged about what we're seeing Seeing in the numbers as far as activities occurring in the office space, I think it's kind of the beginning of that return to office, which will take additional time. And really to know where these properties are going to stabilize that is going to be a key indicator. So a little bit more time, we flick the switch off to that turn switch back or turn that dial back, we're going to need a little bit more time to hit that reflection point of where we know the value is within office space. Many people say that unless you have an established relationship, you're not going to be able to get a loan. What's your thoughts? I mean, to be honest. Well, New York City, you know, it's a big place, but yet it's a small place. I think understanding our clients, understanding new opportunities with new clients, I think we're always open for that level of conversation. So while we continue to support all the endeavors of our existing clients, we're always welcome for new opportunities. And I think we've experienced that in good times and in times that are a little bit more challenging. And these certainly, from a banking perspective for clients, can be challenging in dealing with their existing banks. Okay. We omitted the subject of Coney Island hotel, the creation of a new hotel in Coney Island. So that would be awesome. I was down at a game just the other night. Great activity down there. A lot of housing being developed. think I it's an area served by the rail system. So there is access, the beachfront, the boardwalk. I'd love to see an enterprise like that down in there that really kind of round out the complement of the asset class there. What's happening in downtown Brooklyn? I mean you've lived downtown. You know the market over the years. What's going on now with Metro Tech and a couple new buildings and so on? that So Gowanus down that corridor down to Gowanus, 4th Avenue down into downtown Brooklyn. Challenging, changing, exciting. A lot of families coming back into that space. New retail being developed. So it's an exciting time downtown, in downtown Brooklyn, especially the Gowanus corridor. What about the Bronx? The Bronx, so Mudhaven, really attracting a lot of visibility given the stock that's coming online and the price points, the views. Exciting part to see in Bronx the is a very special market. Right, and the fact that they're opening additional train gaps. Metro North, I think the build out of those platforms is going to be significant to the continued growth of the Bronx market. What about Queens, especially flushing and other areas like that? Always dynamic, diverse, exciting marketplace, a lot of activity. So a hub of small business and good consumer activity and so continued growth there. The borough that nobody really talks about, Staten Island. Staten Island, unique in its position, a lot of press recently about the borough and where it stands. So hard to tell where things lead to there in Staten Island. One thing is certain that TV is going to continue to blend and I'm very happy that I have Ralph Gumbaca today. See you next week. Great to be with you Michael. Thank excited. What is today's former governor, David Patterson, and he's always been a you. For common sense in our city, our state, our country. And there's so many things going on that don't have common sense. We're going to David Patterson this morning, Sunday morning. Well, Governor Patterson, what the heck is going on? Well, we had an interesting situation this week where a court order compelled the state, meaning Governor Hochul, to write a letter to the city, meaning Mayor Eric Adams about compliance with some of the shelter laws. And I won't go into the specifics, it's too boring. the But point is that the letter was publicized, and the media made a little bit about that, you know, the mayor and the governor, you know, like the honeymoon is over and that kind of thing. And that's not really the case. So I thought I would kind of just try to explain it. New York, obviously, New York and City New York State have always had this little tension between the mayors and the governors. This goes back to Mayor Mayor Wagner, the Democrat, and Governor Rockefeller, the Republican, Mayor Lindsey, the Republican, and Governor Rockefeller, the Republican, and Governor Kerry, the Democrat, and Mayor Koch, the Democrat. So it really wasn't a party issue. It was more of a territorial issue. When I was in office, I never really had any problems with Mayor Bloomberg. As a matter of fact, an hour and a half before I was sworn in, in May, Mayor Bloomberg came to my office, and he asked me how I was feeling. I said I had a splitting headache. So he said, Well, why don't you go there and take a nap on the couch. I'll work on my cell phone. I've got to return a lot of messages. Everybody else will we're think meeting and then you can get some rest. And
"mayor koch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And I think that's where, on both sides of the aisle, we've lost our way a little bit. People have to make decisions and those decisions will affect things happening years to come. Some decisions that were made at a particular time given the passage of time may not have been as accurate as they were believed to be when they were made. But I think we have to give our leaders governors, presidents, even corporation leaders, a break in the sense that at the time they're making a decision based on data and evidence and belief that this was the best thing to do. And I think in the case of former vice president Pence, I don't think there's anybody that really is still critical of the actions he took on that day. Me and you went to a movie for an opening of a new movie on Thursday, which is Wednesday night at Thursday night. And the name of the movie was Gotham, and it tells about New York City, New York State, when we were almost in the worst toilet, then we are now. Telling our audience about it, it's called Gotham and it's available on prime Amazon Prime. And they're telling us the audience about a minute or less of what it covers. Well, it really demonstrated the value of the broken windows program. Well, you start arresting people for the minor crimes, then when you look at their history, you find out that they've committed some major crimes. So it's actually a way to get them off the streets. Another thing was transferring more cops from the subways to the platform because most of the subway crimes are committed on the platform. Using technology for the first time, this juliani did use technology for the first time to have a database to reduce crime. And every time these measures have been tried, they have reduced crime, although I thought it was kind of funny. They made all this fun of mayor dinkins that goes 2200 people died from gunfire in 1990 and never mentioned that the number of people that have died for gunfire over the last 5 years of mayor Koch was between 1 million 502,000. So I guess he had a friend who was editing the movie. I agreed and I enjoyed that movie and Rudy Giuliani has a Republican and Peter alone as a Democrat. He was the Speaker of the House, brought it together and we saved New York and governor, I'm going to work with you. We have to work together to save New York this time around because we're going in the wrong direction. Thank you so much for coming on. Thank you, John. Have a great Sunday
"mayor koch" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"It would seem because he ever came of that and also just the fans like keith. Hernandez says was a bit of a pariah because he admitted to using cocaine i remember even i remember thinking like. Oh god this Keith rhonda's guy. He's a he's a bad guy and and you see him testifying in front of congress and then the next thing you know he. He's playing the next day in shea. And he gets a huge standing ovation. Not just right there was. It was just like all better. Right away in numeric in front of these mets fans and the craziness sorry salam dominating this but she says you could just all run onto the field and tear it to shreds and and the local new yours your newscasts and the local commercials and ralph kinder kinds corner at the end of that is just so much. There's so many characters we haven't even gotten by the way to the all star mets music video which is available on youtube if you wanna entirety tastic That was dan. what was the other one. I didn't see that part yet. Other one hundred people bought that piscopo and mayor koch and god. It's rise name of does. Yeah boy you've never heard worse wrapping in your life. I mean you have not until you've heard george foster you've not heard rapping. Yeah i the only thing i would add is an. I was conscious of that and because we did look rough. God's unlike you we did so. When we're looking at the scots i wanted to. I was like. I just wanna make sure. It's not to highlight heavy right like yeah. I felt like because exactly what you said. You want the non fan to appreciate it so if you have like four minutes of highlights. Obviously there's a great team. And i want one hundred eight games you could play. Highlights for full. Two three hours. Doesn't matter buzz. Like i'd never got that feeling. It was never like more than a minute of highlights before you went on to the next fight or whatever i mean. They would fight with other players. They would fight with their own teammates. They would fight when they went on the road. Would people in bars like it was crazy the fighting and added to the drugs and everything else. So i i thought it was a well balanced. Nick davis did a terrific job. I was Living in connecticut during from strawberry coming up all the way through and we didn't you know the red sox games we didn't have like league pass back then so you're just watching any baseball. I hated the yankees. So kind of gravitated toward the mets on. I wanted to watch baseball. And when good and the rookie season which has captured in this. And then at second year which i've written about when he was just like fucking mozart. You knows it never been anything like it and it was hard not to get attached to them as like the young gone kind of antithesis to the yankees than they bringing they carter trade was huge. All the senate might they actually had a chance to contend but it was so bizarre when it was like oh my god. The red sox are going to be the world series to in this team. This mets team. That i watched now. I have to hate this thing which i did easily but it was. It was weird to go against them in the world series and then of course to lose the muslim anywhere possible calvin schiraldi now the cavs soroti in his mid twenties nightmares of him in his fifties. Or calvin richard prominent god well inside the first two parts. Thanks for torturing us at that. All right tuesday and wednesday and then you can get it on. Espn plus yeah as well right. And also i learned today. People are asking. And i actually didn't know the answer to this weather. There's a lot of profanity in the documentary. Whether espn would be airing that in early the answer is yes they are airing all the profanity on. Espn two they're going to have a an edited version. Should you choose to watch us. We're children now. I don't necessarily alan say it's gonna hurt when dykstra gets bleeped if you're watching the bleat. Here's.
"mayor koch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Believe they had exactly the number of flags for the number of firefighters that died and they may have added well, that was 3 70. They may have added some of the data after afterwards. The same thing they do at tunnel to towers. Uh, the last Sunday of this month. People should sign up for the run. Uh, in honor of Stephen Siller Tunnel to towers. I think everyone is now familiar with all the towers, Frank, you know, did that 537 Mile walk? Wow. Unbelievable in the honor of his tongue and his brother, they what they do. They have pictures of each of the firefighters. It's on a big big Uh, almost like a part of their uniform and they march in with the pictures of the 373. And now they've added some And for me, it's one of the saddest things because I knew a lot of them. And now you see their face again. And it's really, um But there's there's nothing like the Brotherhood of firefighters. Nothing. I think, Cassidy Steve Cassie illustrated that But these people just love each other. Yeah, absolutely love. Beautiful. Absolutely beautiful. What are your thoughts? Governor Pataki as we see that, because I agree with Rudy when you see them. Marching in and that brotherhood and it's just hits home here. It is 20 years later, it's like it was yesterday. So emotional, it's a That's exactly right. It's like yesterday and you see all the flags representing those who responded with such incredible courage and died that day. And how could you have a more appropriate setting? And Saint Patrick's? You know the magnificence of that great cathedral where As Rudy said, we attended so many of their funerals. And now, 20 years later, they're still being honored. And I just said, Thank God people have not forgotten. And on a day like this, an event Commemorating their courage and heroism is being out. Mr Mayor and Governor. Pataki. Uh, When you had to. Alter these funerals. What? What could you possibly say to the families? What did you say? Was it hard to stay strong? You want to get emotional yourself. And if you got emotional and maybe perhaps started crying, it would not be in the best interests of the families. So how did you to handle that? What we do. We tried. As Steve said, We tried to parcel out the funerals. So you didn't do two or three in one day, but we had one day in which I think we did 12 or 15. So in my case, I asked, I asked Mayor Koch. If he would substitute for me if I couldn't go or or some someone, I think, uh, Governor, Kerry also substituted a few times feet for you. We're going back to the cathedral. Okay? I am other courageous first responders. Who came not back. Solidarity was still choked up families, friends and colleagues. Governor whole coal Attorney General James Mayor de Blasio, Commissioner Negro Chief Richardson, a steamed and highly respected members of the F D N Y. And beloved families of our heroes, Lost lamented, but never forgotten. Distinguished chaplains. Welcome and let us pray. When tempted to conclude no one is listening. We know you are Lord. While wondering if anyone really knows our loss. We realize you do When feeling all by ourselves. We sense that you are with us. Dear God. Thus do we gather in prayer your people this somber afternoon confessing you as the God who can transform Transform heat to love darkness to light evil to good death to life. Our God who lives and reigns forever and ever. Amen. Your evidence. Thank you. You have been Every day. There for the men and women of the f D n y for their families. You've shown your love and your support. Thank you so much. It means so much to all of us. On behalf of all the people of this city 8.8 million New Yorkers. Thank you to everyone. Who has gathered here in remembrance. I want to thank our governor. Kathy hopeful our attorney General Tish James. Thank you. But I especially want to thank The family members who are here. All of us who are civilians can only begin to understand. But to the members Of the families of those lost on 9 11 343 members of this department. It's a number we cannot comprehend to this day. The pain signified the loss of so many good, noble, decent people. Who put themselves in harm's way and a number that represents something So painful to 157 members lost since 9 11. We stand. With the families. But we don't know you're paying all of us who haven't gone through it. So all I can say is we stand with you. We thank you for your strength. I've seen it so many times over these 20 years. Family members who were there for each other one family for another who showed the very best of this city. And your compassion. Hmm. And carried on everything that was good about the one you lost. 77 w A. B. C and tunnel to Towers Foundation presents 9 11 20 years later a day of remembrance honor.
"mayor koch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Love and compassion. That is, that is what gets us through all of us. It's the cornerstone of what Caroline Casey teaches the youth ambassadors of Project 3 51, a philosophy which is present each year as they plant a flag garden in the public garden as a way to remember those lost on September 11th for them to be part of something where everyone is committing to something greater than themselves. In loving memory of almost 3000 people who died and we also honor the fallen military. We want to be part of the of the community that helps Remind them that love and compassion and unity are source of strength. Chris Pharma, WBZ, Boston's news radio and 5 16. Federal officials are turning to the public for help in identifying a local man suspected of assaulting a law enforcement officer during the January 6th attack at the U. S. Capitol. The man was seen wearing a sweatshirt with logo for the Berkshire Nautilus Health Club in Pittsfield. Anyone with information is asked to contact the FBI. Meantime, Capitol police are battening down the hatches with plans to reinstall fencing around the capital again as there's a protest scheduled for this weekend. We get more from a B C's Andy field. It's been less than two months since they took down the protective US capital fencing installed after the January 6th attack. Now U. S. Capitol police want to put it back up ahead of a planned September 18th rally by Trump supporters who are angry over several 100 people arrested during And after the insurrection, police worried about extremist groups, including the proud boys and the oath keepers returning Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington 5 17, now America's top diplomat, saying, the U. S is doing everything in its power to help people escape Afghanistan on charter flights that the Taliban or not letting off the ground. Secretary of State Antony Blinken acknowledges the Taliban isn't allowing the charter flights in question to leave. Here at the White House Press secretary Jen Psaki says a small number of Americans are seeking to fly out on them. But she casts the situation as a catch 22. Are we going to allow a plane with hundreds of people where we don't know who they are? We don't know what security protocols have been put in place to land on a US military base sake says the U. S. Continues negotiating with the Taliban and regional players to work through the issue. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS The White House at 5 18 paying tribute to a local hero. The Purple Heart has been awarded to Marine sergeant from Lawrence was killed in a suicide bombing outside of the Kabul airport during the U. S chaotic evacuation. Sergeant Johanna Rosario was remembered at a vigil last week by Governor Charlie Baker. Hundreds showing out to a Veterans Memorial stadium in Lawrence, Congresswoman Lori Trahan and others crowd of hundreds, repeatedly chanting Rosario's named lit candles and offer gratitude for the hometown hero service and sacrifice. A funeral procession will also be taking place throughout Lawrence when her remains Return back home this upcoming Saturday, which, of course, is also September 11th this weekend in Quincy, a dedication ceremony is planned to honor a number of local military generals. WBC's Carl Stevens has that story. Over the years, Quincy, the city of presidents, has been the home of 18 different generals who served this country. And they're being honored with the creation of the Generals Bridge and Park now completed downtown. With the dedication ceremony Saturday morning, Mayor Koch says the service of these generals there's another point of historical pride for this historical city are what I would call the modern, dangerous solitary serving the nation. Think our Constitution and our way of life. It just continues that incredible story of Quincy with his contributions to our couple wealthy in the nation. The park features statues and busts by the same artist who sculpted the Eisenhower Memorial on the National Mall. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio. It is now 5 19 signs of encouragement for a local hockey player who was seriously injured on the ice last weekend 18 year old Jake to Bo's sharing a picture of himself sitting up and thanking the health care team at his hospital in Worcester. Tebow suffered a spinal cord injury that left him with no movement from the waist down and go Fund me page for Jake has now raised over $350,000. It's 5 20 taking it to the trees. CBS is Linda Kenyan, saying the pandemic Apparently bringing back an old school favorite for kids. It's a renaissance of swords for the treehouse, which may be like a kid's clubhouse of many house or an actual home. Some are even listed on Airbnb for rent. And don't forget about the camping possibilities without the tent on social media searches for treehouse homes are up seven fold over last year. Tree House is also featured on television like an Animal Planet's Treehouse masters. And then there are the treehouse resorts for those who love the great outdoors, plus all the modern comforts. Linda Kenyan CBS News and also just announced a new headliner for the Global Citizens Concert in Los Angeles..
"mayor koch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Melrose 7 16. Chelsea did it now Cambridge is to testing a guaranteed income program. Details from WBC's Karen Regal payment. You're arriving in the hands of 130 Kantor Bridge in Families, a pilot program targeting families led by a single person with an income below a certain level $500 a month to be used anyway, that family deems necessary, it's funded, says Cambridge mayor Some built Siddiqui by a group of non profits and donors, and the goal is to lift up the neediest in a city that's often perceived as pretty well off. The mayor says she really saw the need at the height of the pandemic. The goal is really for federal guaranteed income. Uh, you know, and for the government to help with this because right now many pilots are back. Privately after Chelsea ran its pilot program, it was found recipients spent nearly 75% of what they got on food. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio 7 16 in New York. As we approach the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks, Mayor Bill de Blasio says police are keeping a close eye on things security is beefing up. As of this moment, there is no specific and credible threat directed in New York City. We have an extraordinary counterterrorism capacity. We are watching all the time. We're going to have deployments all over New York City. This comes as Saudi Arabia says it is looking forward to new information about to be declassified about those attacks open to clear their government's name. Here's CBS is Cami McCormick at the Pentagon. The Saudi Embassy in Washington issued a statement saying it welcomes the release of classified documents relating to the attacks. It insists no evidence has emerged to indicate the Saudi government or its officials had previous knowledge of the plot. The statement goes on to call Al Qaeda evil and says it hopes declassification of documents relating to the investigation will end the baseless allegations against the kingdom. And back here in Massachusetts after 20 years, the widow of an Abington man killed that tragic day. Says the race that's held every year for charity in his honored this year is going to be run for the final time. The Geoff Coombs Memorial Road race has been held every year since 2000 and two except for last year because of Covid. Christie Coombs, his widow today, saying the final race is going to take place this year. September 19th Jeff Combs, a passenger on American Air flight 11 when it crashed into the World Trade Center, He was survived by his wife and three Children. 7 18 other news We're watching tonight in Quincy, Of course, that city known as the city of presidents, but a new dedication ceremony is coming in a matter of days to bring attention to local generals. Over the years. Quincy the city of presidents, has been the home of 18 different generals who served this country and they're being honored with the creation of the Generals Bridge and Park now completed downtown. With the dedication ceremony Saturday morning, Mayor Koch says The service of these generals is another point of historical pride for this historical city. These are what I would call modern, the dangerous voluntary serving the nation defending our Constitution and our way of life. Just continues that incredible story of quantity with his contributions to Africa, the wealthy and the nation. The park features statues and busts by the same artist who sculpted the Eisenhower Memorial on the National Mall. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's NewsRadio, Not far from there in Foxboro..
"mayor koch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hawk helicopter. With them the nation's highest and most rare military decoration only bestowed upon the bravest heroes the to recipients taking the stage and the performing arts Center of Lawrence High School, telling their stories, both sacrifice and profound pride in their service. Also, I hope it sparks an interest to go back and look at all the people that served before before me before them. You know that made the country great for every meal. That was a war. There's there's 5, 10 15 other people that have done amazing, heroic actions that nobody's ever going to hear about. I think it was great seeing them on stage. I'll make kind of encourages me to keep chasing on what I have in mind for my dreams and my career's Also on the list of stops today, Beverly High School Ducks very high school Catholic Memorial High School. And Plymouth North High School. And on Saturday, Quincy, now dedicating a brand new bridge and park downtown to the many generals have called that city home. Quincy has long been known as the city of presidents, but it may soon be known as the city of generals as well. Mayor Koch tells me that Saturday morning there's going to be a dedication ceremony for the brand new Generals Bridge and Park downtown, the former tribute to 18 current and former military generals from Quincy space to our history when you think about the city of Adams and Hancock and the families You know, Um, the threat continues Voice service. That thread continued most recently with former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joseph Dunford and the current chief of staff of the Army, James Makhan, Ville. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio, 6 20. When you go to the grocery store, you read the food labels on the food you buy. There's a slew of new lawsuits claiming that what you see may not be what's exactly true. The New York Times reports that class action lawsuits against food and beverage companies hit an all time high last year 220 that's up from just 45 decade ago. The suits are often based on the allegedly misleading use of words like healthy all natural and descriptions of how food is processed in terms of animal welfare and other Factors. Food companies say the suits have no basis in fact, but some companies have changed their wording. For example, Ben and Jerry's ice cream no longer describes its cows as happy. Peter King CBS News 6 21, Still very busy out there trying to get over to Fenway Park. The expressway all jammed up as well. Traffic and weather together coming up in two minutes..
"mayor koch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Suspects. Chelsea did it now Cambridge is as well testing a guaranteed income program. Details from WBC's Karen Regal came as you're arriving in the hands of 130 Kantor Bridge in Families. A pilot program targeting families led by a single person with an income below a certain level $500 a month to be used anyway, that family deems necessary, it's funded, says Cambridge mayor Some built Siddiqui by a group of non profits and donors. And the goal is to lift up the neediest in a city that's often perceived as pretty well off. The mayor says. She really saw the need at the height of the pandemic. The goal is really for federal guaranteed income. You know, and for the government to help with this is right now Many pilots are back privately After Chelsea ran its pilot program, it was found recipients spent nearly 75% of what they got on food. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio in New York. As we approach the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, the mayor Bill de Blasio says police will be keeping a close eye on things. As of this moment, there is no specific and credible threat directed in New York City. We have an extraordinary counterterrorism capacity. We are watching all the time. We're going to have deployments all over New York City. A ceremony to honor the victims of 9 11 will be held at the 9 11 Memorial and Museum in New York. Saudi Arabia says it is open to new information That's about to be declassified in hopes of clearing that governments name In the September 11th attacks. The Saudi Embassy in Washington issued a statement saying it welcomes the release of classified documents relating to the attacks. It insists no evidence has emerged to indicate the Saudi government or its officials had previous knowledge of the plot. The statement goes on to call Al Qaeda evil and says it hopes declassification of Documents relating to the investigation will end the baseless allegations against the kingdom. That is. CBS is CAMI McCormick at the Pentagon. After 20 years, the widow of an Abington man killed On 9 11 says the race held each year, but his honor will be run for the final time. The final Geoff Coombs Memorial Road race set to take place September 19th of this year. It's been held each year since 2022 except for last year because it was the virus, so it was remote. Jeff Koons was a passenger on American Airlines flight 11 when it crashed into the north Tower of the World Trade Center a week before his 43rd birthday. He was survived by his wife, Christie and their three Children. Quincy has been known as the city of Presidents. Now, a new dedication ceremony will bring attention to local generals. Over the years, Quincy, the city of presidents, has been the home of 18 different generals who served this country. And they're being honored with the creation of the Generals Bridge and Park now completed downtown. With the dedication ceremony Saturday morning. Mayor Koch says the service of these generals is another point of historical pride for this historical city are what I would call him dangerous, voluntary serving the nation. Constitution in a way of life. It just continues. That incredible story of Quincy this contributions to our global wealthy and the nation park features statues and busts by the same artist who sculpted the Eisenhower Memorial on the National Mall. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's NewsRadio in Foxboro. There is a grassroots effort underway to promote peace. One community at a time. Members of the Foxboro Rotary Club are asking town residents to sign a peace pledge and write an essay about what peace means to them. It's all part of the group's inaugural Peace Day, which will be held Sunday, September 19th starting at two P.m. on the town Common Rotary Club. President K. And Berg says her organization believes peace begins with one person and then spreads. So you know negative. There is strife, and there are challenges in every place in every nature, but we hope to one community at a time make a difference. An eight FT tall white piece poll will be erected on the town Comin on Peace day. The event also includes multicultural celebrations, Kids, crafts and music. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio, Here's something out of this world. Launch date set for the successor of the Hubble telescope. The week before Christmas, The James Webb telescope will launch as a present for astronomers who expected this lift off 15 years ago. Web is different from Hubble and can see older, more distant objects to help understand how the universe was formed. This project is a global partnership in the Jwst will launch from French Guiana aboard a rocket provided by the European Space Agency. The telescope is designed to send back data for the next 10 years. I'm worry O'Neill closer to home, 5 21 will check traffic and weather on Planet Earth. Next.
"mayor koch" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"It couldn't have been a generational shift where there were being. You know living out and traveled thousands of years. Left in your shortcut to get the moon over here and Could it be fame being that made building or that they reportedly are seeing today. i mean this is is there. Do people take those russian. Scientists seriously have have may have other scientists verified and said. Hey ed now the these two guys are right There is something wrong here and it probably is a spaceship. Yeah what's the follow up on that. So again the the russians got their information from nafta if data and they didn't check to make it up and when this the other thing the russians got to the moon before we did right well no one russian should never land men on the moon they. They never landed. They got space growing up. Yeah yeah yeah okay. That's always weird to me. I'm going what are they feel like. They know something about space that we don't they. I think that they know something and they don't publish it they're they're not sharing it They they did have one one time where they I know that they had taken pictures. Up some monuments that some how was made public and we have picked the picture of of the we call him the mayor. Koch mitch the. The monument set look like the washington monument for good example. Several of those where where together you can feed them specifically but you could see in the picture of the shadows of these things and they were a big deal when they were discovered. I knew i knew. I know that the russians had pictures of those but In rush another story. Maybe we can get to it but they have issues they had some issues are getting up there and staying up there so even though they went up i They didn't have you know what we have. As far as gotta go because we had people to actually land on the moon so but deeply. Scientists looked at the data from nasa. They didn't make the theory up not with their conclusions and At the time when they apollo twelve launch stat offense stage part of the lunar module into the moon. I'm i bear a people that work for now. The who said oh that so strange. Oh my goodness what what's going on. That looked like the moon if hollow the scaffolding. Not natural so yeah. They did concur at that time. That's what happened. I'm not sure what they're saying today. I mean those those follows are. You have died off except one and If name if mr l. asks lba v with their She's still living at. He made a comment have his comments in the book. But you faithfully. That's not natural Normal and they were just baffled. The scientists at nasa with just baffled f to know that experience for the russia in make it up. That's where they got their information interesting in addis stagnant. Okay so so the spaceship theory. Yeah i've heard a couple of eggs. I've also heard that the moon is projecting earth onto was that it's the source of the hologram or the mood itself as a hologram. The moons hollow stuff like that What are your thoughts on this projection theory as it relates to the moon. Know this is this a. I don't know. I don't know because the only i mean there could there be extraterrestrials making a projection. I i i know of story..
"mayor koch" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Hey there Sports fans. I'm back with Bob Maslow. Kowski must to most of us, Bob again. Your story's insane and I want to take it in chunks because people need to really understand how you came to be. The man who founds a school in the inner city of Chicago. It's been an insane success. Chicago Hope Academy. Your book is safe at home made into movie Kano raves. Reeves plays you hilarious concept. Because I know you. It's so funny, but you when I walked in, she thought I was killed. He thought you were, can you that's I get that all the time so seriously, though you When you were in Colombia, and on word let's cut to the chase. You were wild man. He came from a tough neighborhood. You start doing coke like crazy. Tell us that part of your life so Never took a drug in my living room. Never spoke to cigarette, right? Maybe I took some speed in them weep. For football games. Yeah, we tidy Elfrid. A free meals. Homecoming. Remember taking speed for that? Everybody yell. Looks like Woody Allen also so we're we're without excuse s O. And my senior year I was a minute to a four year program. Um Business and law school, which is procedures but I didn't realize Out Fortunate wasn't that time and I was running the school pub and a gentleman who has become a friend. Now art Each, Um said you look tired. Try this. So it's two o'clock in the morning, which is insane. Now is apparent. We were open, the club University published Thursday, Friday and Saturday night Open from 9 to 3 A.m.. Like nobody was watching us. I'm telling about six or 700 people. What This is like 1979 80 here early eighties, Right? Okay, so I You look tired. Try this. Snort. Cocaine, never smoked a cigarette. My life. First time I took a hard drug second, and I stayed up all night studying second night. I tried it in the third night. He came by and I said, Is it cheaper if we get a lot of that? And in my book, I say I only did cocaine at first time after that it did make And so it's just a horrible drug. I mean, what did you do this week? And I spent $1000. What did you do? I sat around and felt nervous. So anyway, how to run with that might quit. I didn't do it. I was a streaker. You know, I wouldn't do it for a month. But when I did, I'd be gone Thursday, Friday Saturday night. You wouldn't see me. I wish he wasn't good enough to play professionally or anything like that. So I started. I picked up rugby and there I mean, BJ Weber separate of times Square. Okay, you walk you working On Wall Street. No, no, no. Yeah, I was. I was like relations director for Mayor Koch after graduates quiet up, taking a master's degree in public administration. They offered me like 40 grand, and I took it because I had a summer internship. With the city's I work for Mayor Koch for three years. During that time, I was playing rugby and B. J. Weber. The minister was playing rugby our friend BJ, the beach meister. He I gotta have him on to tell his story. But he connected me two million people. You're one of them, Uh, B. J at that time he was working with the pimps, prostitutes, drug addicts in the Lambs Turn it the Lamb's church in Times Square when it was bad. When it was very bad, so, but he was a rugby player. You pick up our baby Yumi PJ. Playing my game. I played my game. The great thing about rugby is is an A B and a C game, so everyone got to get a chance to pluck right. The second string guys playing the next game in the third chin. Everybody plays till you're God right? So the people played in the first game are traditionally getting pretty drunk and wasted on the sideline while they watch the other games, and B J is playing the second game and is thrown out for fighting. And which is hard to do on drug me. Because you could get a guy legitimately. You don't have to fight. So somebody says to me that guy's a priest, and he's growing out of the game for fighting. So I'm kind of digging this at the moment, and I had a sippy cup with cocaine in it. I offered him something and he's a minister. So we pulled pulled me gave me his card. And Lambs Church and the next morning with a brutal hangover. I took it as a challenge. I go to the Lamb's church, 1 30 West 44th Street. And I'm Catholic. For the first time in my life, I'm seeing people call for a fair catch when they say nobody ever gets it. You know, I never let you see it visually, but people lifting their hands and their worship. Sure, you say, calling for fear all kinds of people in there from Homeless people to middle class people, and after everyone ate Chicken. Or whatever it was, but the fact of the matter is I've never seen anything like it like there's a This is church like it's supposed to be This poor people rich, right? And I'm like, Don't you realize that guy smells the guy next to you in person just didn't care because they were all about Jesus. Right? So I started to go to the church. I'm still doing my Jacqueline Hyde thing, right? And B J invites me the presidential prayer breakfast under President Reagan. Um Which for take a train down. He's gonna go fellowship with his friends like side giving my ticket. I'll meet you later. And I ended up in a junk and bar fight, which is the opening scene of the movie. The bouncers were beating up a kid in the bar. So after 10 drinks I'm Spider Man, so I hit the bouncer. One of them broke a Heineken bottle went from my face. Put it through..
"mayor koch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Good morning, mooch. Welcome back. Hey, I appreciate you inviting me back. Thank you. I'm I'm in a bunker just outside the equal outside my house. I mean, it's crazy, right? Yeah, it's insane. This is a real deal. We're gonna get up. 20 inches, So everybody be careful, Including you, Anthony. All right. So you got to stay on my you gotta stand. But look, I mean, you said, you know you're in New York. Okay? When? When Trump went after my wife on Twitter. That was it for me. You know, I raised him millions of dollars. I gave him a million dollars. I was on his transition team hundreds of hours of media. Said. One thing that isn't like on the Bill Marshall. He starts attacking me. That's fine. I'm a public figure, but you can't go after my wife. There's something wrong with the guy, you know, and you know, Thank God they got he's gone. Look at the trauma. The drama's down, 100% said since he left office 12 days ago. Thank God he's gone, says Anthony Scaramucci, This is Bernard McGurk. Hey, Anthony, you know, and please, I'm gonna dress this. Allow me to finish, Of course, Theo to the Trump supporter of which I am one and our listeners most of the listeners. Are you dead to all of us. You were you were useful Idiot for the fake news toe. About about a man you are a trader Toe, a movement and a man who was perhaps the last best chance for this country mean tweets notwithstanding, and your beef with this guy emanated from your own self inflicted wounds. When you call some fake news reporter for God knows what reason why you were Trump's coms director. You said some disgusting things. And you admit it. It was self inflicted. So now you got you got that You got what you wanted. You got the socialist race baiting. Cockroaches are out of the Trojan horse you got Biden is the president. He's already destroying jobs, The energy sector, the border wall. Girls, sports, among other things. All these things the country is being destroyed. It's America Last Because you had a petty beef with President Trump One of the reasons Listen, but, Bernard, I got it. They got to be II. You give me a lot of credit. I mean, if if I was strong enough to beat Trump on my own, That would have been great. But I actually think you're talking about me and it's himself before he won't. How about him? How about the 33,000 lives? How about the ridiculousness on Twitter? How about the fomenting of an insurrection in the nation's capital on the sixth of January? I mean, You gotta you gotta really step back and think about how he handled the pandemic. We have 150,000 people heading for death. Okay, just over 400 now. Moreover, if you look at the South Korea per capita death totals there at 22 23 per million, we're at 670 per million and climbing. We mishandled the Distribution of the vaccine. We mishandled the protocol and safety, public health and safety protocol. He destroyed the economy. You know you're talking about Donald Trump is a savior. He blew through 13 million jobs in four years. Let me make one last point, and then you can worry about me You spent a trillion dollars and deficit spending That's not a conservative. I would ask you there's something that I would ask you this but go ahead. Nobody's saying you keep the guy made the country weaker, sicker and poorer. This room's a result of his incompetence and stupidity. But go ahead. I will listen. I'm I'm or centrist. Bernie is a big trump guy. You've gone completely the other way. I'm or centrist. I'm actually conservative Republicans understand Republicans, but this is personal now, so it's different for me. I still think he was a very effective president. Very good, In fact, until the pandemic came, and I think he did some very good things with the pandemic. Very good things, Father we've got vaccinations because of this guy and the love of music. Incredible. Listen, we'll all that aside, can you on and you are very smart guy and a very smart guy. Can you honestly sit here and tell me and Bernie and our listeners That this country is better off with Joe Biden is president. You've seen the executive orders. He signed the 1st 10 days. Anthony. Some of these things are really terrifying. Let's break it down into three or four categories. Okay, Number one. Let's talk about our allies. Are we better with Joe Biden As our president related to our allies? The answer is, yes. Resoundingly. Donald Trump is trying to destroy the relationship that America is built up for 240 years. With the Western democracies around the world. He was lighting them up, and he was praising death spots and dictators Number two. Let's talk about the economy for a second. Okay, he destroyed the economy. Guys, you got to step back and look at it. He totally malpractice mishandle depend pandemic And Bernard knows is he has no executive management skills. Is he a good communicator? Yes. Is the Iran Contour? Yes. Easy. A combative bully. Yes. Can he run a process? Get get General Kelly or H R. McMaster or Jim Mattis on the phone or John Bolton and say, Hey, could the guy run the process? Of the executive branch of the United States. The answer is no. Okay. You want to keep going? We can go through five or six more categories. You're talking about the Keystone Pipeline. You know, you know what I would like the Keystone Pipeline to ST Stay open. But it's what Mayor Koch said about things if you if you believe in what I'm saying, nine out of 12 times a vote for me if you want you believe me, 12 out of 12 times, you need a psychiatrist. The point being is there's no politician. Where your fingerprint politically is going to match their fingerprint. Politically. Your viewers may like Donald Trump because they're worried about a culture war and there and they think that these Hordes of leftists are going to come and destroy their country. She's not true. The country's A by and large center right country. You had the opportunity with Donald Trump for him to be a transformative, post partisan president. And he failed at it. He was terrible. He was terrible Is President guys Anthony dance and you could look in any category. I will give you the statistics on what an abysmal failure he was..
"mayor koch" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I've become racist towards white males by calling them white supremacists solely because they're capitalists who opposed socialism because that's really what they're all about is socially because it leads to you know, X amount of dollars. In their direction, All right. I'm just keeping a tally here. Let's see. You criticized people to judge this Joe Cortez and Mitch McConnell job. I hear Hear Mitch McConnell Republican. He was just sensed you gotta go. Let's change by the way, was censured by every single state senator and her in her home state. She's a Republican, and Mitch McConnell was censured by his home county a couple days ago. I believe Mitch McConnell has a chance of being impeached from Senate. Relatively quickly, so I will absolutely attacker or not, it not even attacked. But I will say something disparaging about Republicans, if I'd if I disagree with them. Absolutely okay. I don't only attacked Democrats. I just happened because my political beliefs and because of what I want for this country, I happen to do so recently more with Democrats than Republicans again that call I'm not bringing up a O. C. I'm not bringing up Mitch McConnell because that had nothing to do with the call when I'm bringing up is the fact that that man who just called up who said I scream race race race is a before, and the reason why he's a buffoon is because I never said that all Trump supporters of racist. I never have said that I never will said that that guy just made something up, but he couldn't come up with one reason. But we have a very special guest on the line right now, and he's been on the show before for a very brief time. He was Donald Trump's personal press secretary, but I love his opinions and Usually agree with him. I'd say about 99.9% of the time joining us right in the line. Very happy to have Anthony Scaramucci also known as the mooch who was always gracious with this time on our show, Anthony. Thank you so much for joining us. How are you? Hey, Brian is great to be on. It is gay, too, of a better of era for the United States. So I'm pretty happy about that. So my moods, no question about it a lot of questions to get to you within very short time. What would you say to people out there? The Trump Still trump supporters out there that say that Donald Trump should not bear any responsibility when it came to the insurrection that took place in Washington. What would you say to those people? Well, listen, I'm sending static is Trump supporters I wants was a trump supporter, and so on. I understand the grievances of Trump supporters and why they made a decision. To be Mr Trump supporters. But I would say to them that they have to be clear eyed and objective because what happens in life is once you anchor to something is very hard to get unanchored more Tween, one said. It is easier for me to fool you than it is for me to convince you. You were fooled right now. What happened? So what happens is you know Mr Trump was a disaster. Hey, was also organizing an insurrection. He was taken off of Twitter parlor was removed from Amazon Web services for a reason. Domestic counterterrorist agencies in the United States had evidence of insurrection Activity organization violence. Etcetera. And that is the number one reason why he was pulled, as was parlor taken off of Amazon Web services. Google Facebook suspensions, etcetera, So I would ask these people? Yes, I understand why you don't like the radical left. Yes, I understand why You feel left out of the society from a political establishment perspective and why you're supporting Donald Trump. He's the wrong massing there for your movement. Groom. And so what we have to do is of the unified clean up the country. Shouldn't be America first. Should be first. We are Americans. We have to start thinking like that. Of course, I'm not gonna agree with everything that President Biden does any more than anyone else Should. You know, Mayor Koch? The former Mayor of New York City now to see such a great line. If you agree with me nine out of 12 times in my political positions, you should vote for me if you agree with me 12 out of 12 times. You need a psychiatrist. Yeah, that's a good point. Yeah. I agree with you on. It's a great point them think I think this unyielding loyalty This cold like experience. I think we have to figure out a way to put that down and look at this more clear, right? It objectively agree, And by the way, when I was saving them from supporters, he got a lot of things right too. Don't want to. I don't want to just be all negative all the time. I'm President Trump understood, but but moves you've known Trump for decades. You know this man, I have to ask you this question. Do you think that's what he wanted? Deep down inside when he's making that speech, and for the last couple months when he's talked about widespread voter fraud and ally, do you think That he was enjoying watching the carnage that was taking place on television's. Why did it take him several hours to make any statement at all and then say he loved those people knowing Donald Trump and Aske Llosa's You've been to him over the years. Do you think he was actually enjoying watching that on television? So not. Not only was he enjoying it, he didn't respond to the initiatives by Governor Hogan from Marilyn or the Barrier D. C. I could call in the National Guard. He waited 95 minutes to call the National Gordon hey, was implored by Kevin McCarthy to call in the national cord. I don't think people recognize how close we were to an even greater tragedy. Five people died in the incident. That's five people too many, but you had a lynch mob there. You had a lynch platform place there..