18 Burst results for "Medicine Square Garden"

"medicine square garden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bergen explained Throughout the pandemic nearly 330,000 people who applied for absentee ballots ultimately opted to vote in person instead That was legal but this year the law changed Now voters who show up in person after applying for an absentee will receive affidavit ballots instead Vincent ignizio of the city board of elections has this advice If you want to vote absentee just think twice because if you fill out an absentee ballot application you can not vote at the machines and don't start with the conspiracy theories that they're preventing you from voting when you do show up because you're going to have to vote affidavit about Monday is the deadline to apply for an absentee ballot for the June 28th primary New York State and city leaders want to move forward with plans to redevelop Penn station in our seeking bids from firms to redesign the transit hub governor Kathy hochul says she hopes a redesign for the dungeon like station beneath medicine Square Garden would include higher ceilings and new pedestrian entrances I want people to say the leaders of today did more than right the wrongs of the past They were bold They were ambitious and they gave the people this area an uplifting world class experience Uncle says she wants to select the company by this fall The head of New York City's public hospital system says the pandemic continues to present major challenges for healthcare workers NYC health and hospitals president and CEO doctor Mitchell Katz spoke yesterday at a WNYC health convening Kat said during the height of the pandemic healthcare providers work through uncertainty while their patients coworkers and loved ones were getting sick and dying of COVID Now they're in the midst of a collective post traumatic period I mean it was a very scary time And I think it's had huge implications for our workforce We are having right now a lot of trouble recruiting for our positions Kat says he believes that beyond fair salaries healthcare jobs need to be desirable and mission driven to retain.

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"medicine square garden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dot EDU You see the value in worldwide market news The push for a global minimum corporate tax rate is still alive and well and you want it first The Labor Department has sent an emergency regulation to The White House So do we Bond yields around the world are tumbling Bloomberg daybreak With Karen Moscow and Nathan Hager Straight ahead your latest local headlines plus a check of sports We good mornings at 5 eastern on Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com This is a special report Russia invades Ukraine The Pentagon's top spokesman says the blood of the ongoing invasion of Ukraine is on the hands of Russian president Vladimir Putin Mister Putin can stop this war right now by agreeing to a diplomatic solution or at least just stopping the bombing And the death and the destruction that he is causing against the nation that provoked nobody John Kirby called the invasion of war of choice that has provoked a massive humanitarian crisis President Biden says the second the U.S. sends in any sort of American forces to fight in Ukraine it's the start of World War three Biden said he speaks with the Ukrainian president Daly and thank those in attendance at a DNC event in Philadelphia for their support in leveling sanctions against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine Cities across Poland say they're full as Ukrainian refugees continue to flee the country The mayor of Poland's second largest city Kraków is now asking for help to move refugees to less populous areas of the country I'm Brad's secret Though this Bloomberg sports updated medicine Square Garden Villanova hangs on in the final seconds of the Yukon and the big east semifinals 63 to 60 in the other semifinal contest it was creating over Providence 85 58 Rutgers eliminated from the Big Ten tournament after an 84 74 loss to Iowa in the Atlantic turned semifinals Davidson over fordham 74 56 and in the Mac mammoth will take on Saint Peter's university in the championship game Monmouth defeated writer 72 68 Saint Peter's over quibi 64 to 52 And UBS arena the islander escaped past the Winnipeg jets 5 to two for their third win in four games Josh Bailey had two golds in the game while Brock Nelson scored his 23rd of the season on the power play while adding an assist After getting the hat trick and Thursday nights shut out win over Columbus Anders Lee reached the 20 goal mark with a second period tally some of them stopped 27 shots to get the victory Kyle colander and Blake Wheeler the Winnipeg gold scorers conquered now with 36 The islanders next game home Sunday Night against Anaheim But Alexander three game winning streak snapped by the Memphis Grizzlies one 18 one 14 the next began the fourth corner with a 9 point lead but saw it evaporate as the grizzlies outscored the next in the fourth quarter Bertie one 18 Julius Randle led the next with 36 points 12 rebounds and 6 assists while Jay morant lend the grizzlies with 37 The Knicks play the nets on Sunday afternoon Baseball news old star left hander Carlos rodon in the San Francisco Giants and agreement on a two year $44 million deal and Clayton Kershaw reportedly returning to the Dodgers on a one year deal Engulf play with suspended again because of heavy rain at the player's championship golf tournament play will not resume until at least 11 later this morning NFL news the eagles and Jason Kelsey have agreed to a new $14 million contract making him the highest paid center in the league Will the Bloomberg sports update I'm Tom Rogers This is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio William wooden went.

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"medicine square garden" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"So let me ask you something you've ever heard of that. Never heard that before. I've been alive for 40 some ideas. I've been for almost 50 years. I've never heard In organically started chant. You can say Well, somebody moved it up. Great. But how did you get the thousands of people to go along with him? Our college is a bastion of conservatism. You know what's happened is Joe has turned them against him. They have organically come up against him because of his Mandates trying to force them into doing things they don't want. Because of what they're seeing in Afghanistan, which was what we're talking about right now. They say after Joe Biden and then it spread and spread and spread. And then there was that was a boxing match over the weekend with Trump that he was at, uh, where was that at? Yeah, in Vegas was the medicine Square garden. I can't remember now, but Um It was a boxing match, and people started chanting at Joe Biden as well. But Trump didn't Thomas said that I don't think Trump knew what they were saying. Other than they knew that he was giving them plotted. The crowd was giving him plaudits. But that it started in college football and went all over the country apparently least several places. Wow. I have never heard that go down. Over us president Chance like that. That is a amazing Cash. What would Biden do to them if you could Who knows? Want to get back to It was in Florida. Okay. It was a flooded floors. Hollywood, Florida there, Okay? That's where the trump fight. What was that? The that he was at? So let me go on, though, because New York Times in depth reporting in Washington Post The New York Times first saying Biden killed 10 civilians, seven Children, the military, interpreted as a series of suspicious moves was simply a normal day of work. U. S officials They said the drone observed Mr Ahmadi and three other kids loading heavy packages in the car. This is the 10 civilians that about that, Uh Biden murdered. Because he claimed there were Isis K. After our soldiers were killed. They said the drone observed Mr Monti and three others loading heavy packages into the car, which they believe could kick contain explosives. We now we now know. Of course it was water. They had, the passenger said. They had. They had only two laptops with them, which they put inside the vehicle trunk had no other cargo, then the plastic water filled containers that were placed there earlier to help Afghanis drink water because of the refugee status because of Joe Biden what he did Although U. S officials said that the point they at that at that point They still knew little about Mr Ahmad's identity. They had become convinced that while the white sedan he was driving posed an imminent threat to troops at the airport when Mr Armani pulled into the courtyard of his home, which officials said was different. Then he alleged Isis safehouse. The tactical commander made the decision to strike his vehicle, launching a Hellfire missile at 4:50 P.m., killing seven Children and three civilians who are all innocent. They assessed the US assessed with quote, reasonable certainty that no women, no Children, no non combatants would be killed. But Joe tells us there's over the horizon capabilities. Joe tells us. This is the future says Look, we got him. Joseph Liar, and he's pissed. If you know about it. I want you to shut up and move on. The one of the one of the relatives ran into the courtyard Adult man he saw that his nephew, Faisal 16, had fallen from the exterior staircase staircase, his torso and head. Grievously wounded by shrapnel. He wasn't breathing. Says the man. Amid the smoke and fire, he saw another dead nephew before our neighbors arrived and pulled him away. Since the strike, US military officials justified directions by setting an even larger blast that took place afterward. Because there were secondary explosions. There's reasonable conclusion that what we made there was an explosive were explosives in that vehicle, said the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Mark Milley. But a general, uh, but examination of the scene Of the strike conducted by The New York Times and a visual team at Times reported the morning afterwards says no evidence of a second more powerful explosion. Remember, Joe says this is the future. This is your future standby. Sandy. I got more on this as he turns Afghanistan into a super terrorism state. As we played for you earlier, Leon Panetta, Democrat.

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"medicine square garden" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Morning knew we were in the midst of something special Summer 2000 and one will be remembered for many things. For many, it was and remains summer of the shark. Even though Shark attacks were told that big of a deal. Good morning America we hope you had a nice weekend. I'm Charles Gibson. I'm Diane Sawyer. And it's Monday, September 10th 2000 and one The 2000 presidential election remain top of mind, 10 months after the nation's high bench decided its outcome this morning, there's a piece this morning one of the news magazines, which really has people buzzing The first real inside look at the Supreme Court justices as they determined the presidential election. Emotions boiling. It was election. Even New York City where Mayor Rudy Giuliani was a lame duck unable to run again because of term limits. Michael Jordan spoke to come back, not with the Bulls. But instead with the Washington Wizards and the city that never sleeps with still processing as superstars. Music will come back. One that began the weekend before Medicine Square Garden and eclectic array of stars came to salute Michael Jackson at Friday's opening night from N Sync to Destiny's Child. Washington D. C. Woke up that morning to news that really wasn't news. Top of mind that morning in D. C. The club we now call the Washington football team proud to be on your side. This is an ABC seven News update. Good morning Washington is going to be with you and don Hudson. It is 7 56. The region is abuzz with whispers of a possible quarterback controversy. We have the Web, but it didn't have Twitter, Facebook instagram or TIC Tac. No podcast, either. The iPod was still a month away from its introduction. Most cell phones have lost their antennas color screens, though they still want to think sugar Ray might have been on your radio on the way to workers School that Monday morning. This movie is what you might have been talking about at the water. Her cooler when she got there. And Queen option,.

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How Billy Graham Stood Against Segregation

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | 1 year ago

How Billy Graham Stood Against Segregation

"Greg laurie. You said to me before we came on the air. that billy. Graham was very very ahead of his with race relations. Talk about that because a lot of people don't know the history i mean. I've tried to write in a couple of my books. william wilberforce An amazing grace and others that when you really believe what the bible says you you cannot be racist but a lot of people didn't live that out but billy graham did at a time when it was very very divisive in difficult in the country. Talk about that. Yeah well he was. The son of the south he was from north carolina raised in charlotte. And of course we know that there was there was a lot of racial division and all of the nation but especially there but as billy begin as crusades people wanted to hold segregated meets not letting black people into the meeting until the white people were. Billy said i will not speak to in a segregated meeting. I want an immigration and our meetings and they refused any literally came down and took down the little ropes and things that were dividing the crowds and he got some people upset with him but he also when he was really at the peak of his popularity had martin. Luther king do an opening prayer at the medicine square garden that was highly controversial. A because king was was not you know. He was not popular with a lot of people in the south of for ability to allow king. That role was ignificant people have. I watched a documentary on. Pbs the other. Day about billy graham. It was just recently done. They got so many things. Wrong historically factually and one of the things they pointed out was sort of like billy missed his opportunity during the civil rights movement and that is so untrue because even he and dr king agreed that the best way that he could help is by using his influence in his crusades is. Dr king was out on the streets and they were doing their peaceful protests and marches and rosa parks. And some of the other others. Billy misery supportive of this but they built. They were more effective in their spheres of influence. And in fact. Billy was a real innovator at that time and i thought that documentary was not accurate as they reported and spent a lot of time reporting that part of his

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"medicine square garden" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"At this time before you know, the The idea of the circus even comes. Barnum is already an established brand and his name could sell anything. And Graham said, You know what that would revive my love of my museums and my attractions. So he signs with Solomon Coop and they open the greatest show on Earth. Now they don't open it back in Manhattan, where Barnum had been performing all the time they opened in Brooklyn. Because Barnum had leased his name to a museum proprietor in Manhattan, and there was no compete clause so he couldn't compete with his own name, but it opens with 10,000 seats. Multiple tents. There was everything from a museum tent. To eating saloons, dressing rooms, hippodrome and then the big top. Now. It was enormously successful under the tents, but Barnum wanted a permanent home and creating certainly a winter quarters for all the props and the costumes and animals, So the hip of the Iran Was being established right on 14th Street, because New York City is moving up and sadly, barely before it's even opened The HIPPA theory Ron Burns as well. So Barnum is really seen a lot of fires and a lot of devastation, his life. It's another loss. But again, the show was successful enough that he goes back to his idea. Of finding a permanent home for the shows, and he leases a plot of land out of the corner of Madison and 26th Street, and, uh, they reopen it. So it is the Roman Hippodrome. Barnum's Roman Hippodrome. Later it's named renamed Madison Square Garden. So that's where medicine Square Garden comes from. Originally, Barnabas Hippodrome, Um he does meet James Bailey and I, James Hutchinson. Also incredible circus promoters that had the Great London show but born and finally sees two enterprising management promoters that had steel of his own. He called this the Great Alliance and they combined forces by the time the 18 eighties come around, and they start traveling the greatest show on earth and great London Circus combined. Two enormous success. Beautiful carriages pulled these shows into many towns. Now the idea of the show's getting on the rails starts happening to where they could just traversed the entire country with hundreds of carriages and hundreds of train cars. So it was an extraordinary enterprise that needed meticulous management. And that's truly where Bailey and Hutchinson come in. At this point time, you know. In the 18 seventies, Barnum was elected the mayor of the city of Bridgeport. There were only one year terms in 18 87. He's re elected to the General Assembly. It was all about temperance and civil obedience and making sure all communities had accessibility to the the amenities that were coming in gas lines. Water. Everybody had clean water, not just the wealthy. So it's right around this time to where the first time you hear. The idea of jumbo Jumbo was an enormous attraction in London, and Barnum tried to purchase jumbo to bring jumbo to America many times, and they refused, and there was a huge public outcry. Right. When.

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"medicine square garden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Belgium's fire department tweeted That nine other people were injured in the collapse and three remained in intensive care. As of Saturday. I'm Jim Forbes protesters will be out when a 26 ft statue of Maryland Monroe is unveiled in Palm Springs. Tonight, several groups plan to protest what they called the sexual objectification of Monroe. 17 ton statue called Forever Maryland has been displayed in cities around the country. I'm Cameron Fairchild, A federal judge agrees with the state of Florida in a lawsuit over centers for Disease control rules restricting the cruise industry. The judge granted a preliminary injunction against the CDC's covid 19 vaccination rules for cruise ships. Florida claims the CDC rules requiring proof of vaccination are in violation of their state law, causing unnecessary harm to the cruise industry and floor. This economy. The judge's ruling changes the CDC requirements to recommendations for cruise goers who embarked from Florida Port I'm Bill Trapero. Police are investigating a hit and run in the Bronx, which left six family members injured. Col. De Castro reports. Cops say it happened Sunday around three a.m. near East 170 of Street and Sheridan Avenue. In the Claremont section, a family was having a party when suddenly a gray jeep jumped a curb and plowed into the group at a high rate of speed, striking six members of the same family. A 34 year old woman is in critical condition at Lincoln Hospital. While five others suffered minor injuries. Cops say the driver of the vehicle fled the scene on foot soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo Scores big off the field, The Portuguese forward became the first person ever to reach 300 million Instagram followers. Dwayne the Rock Johnson is the next closest that 246 million. Ronaldo was also the first person to reach the 200 million mark. It comes the same week Ronaldo became the all time leading scorer at European Championships. I'm Brian Shook an American athlete breaks the world shot put record Ryan Krauser through the iron ball a record 23.37 M at the Olympic trials in Oregon just over 76 FT eight inches, shattering the previous world record by a full eight inches. Browser, won the gold medal at the Olympics in 2016. He will defend the gold in Tokyo next month. I'm Cameron Fairchild, and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. World powers and Iran failed after 1/6 round of negotiations in Vienna to revive the nuclear deal that would lift US sanctions on Iran in exchange for its scaling back its atomic activities. Day after hardline cleric Ebrahim Raisi was declared the winner of Iran's presidential election. Diplomats finished up their sixth round of meetings with big gaps remaining two men, the six year old accord. As we've been reporting New York City mayoral candidates Andrew Yang and Kathryn Garcia were attempting to shake up the mayor's race by campaigning together yesterday they're looking to cut into the front runner status of Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. Today is the last day of early voting for those elections. Listen for coverage of the primaries here on Bloomberg Radio Tuesday night, starting at seven p.m. After stocks dropped last week, investors have begun to worry over further declines as the Federal Reserve moves to rein in any rise in the rate of inflation. Pak Mara Commercial Bank of Dubai, head of investment says he's not concerned when you have a very strong economic recovery. The economy can take a bit of tapering, but we don't expect that they for tantrum this time around. Merah was interviewed on Bloomberg. Daybreak. Middle East 15 months after shutting down for the pandemic, Radio City Music Hall reopened its doors yesterday We get more about that, from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Radio city opened with the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of a new Dave Chappelle documentary. It was a full house and all were fully vaccinated. Masks were not required inside Radio City. But proof of vaccination was last night was the closing night for the 20th Tribeca Festival. Today, Medicine Square Garden host its first full capacity concert with the Foo Fighters..

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"medicine square garden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Be 30% or we could be 50%. Or we give you 100% because that's how the talent kind of gets paid on that. But that wasn't as much as an issue for smaller clubs. They may ladies and gentlemen and welcome to comedy cellar On April 2nd. The comedy cellar reopened in Greenwich Village, John Laster emceed billing Everybody Good. In this weird It is weird, says No. I'm doorman whose family has owned the club. Since 1981. The biggest change is really just this awkward kind of seating and the The empty chairs, which deflate the atmosphere and taking electricity out of the room. He also can't do as many nightly shows because of the midnight curfew. But warming is optimistic because, he says, people are coming back. Now that the state has adopted the latest CDC guidelines, he's planning to go to 100% of capacity soon by requiring proof of vaccination and judging by the number of people that were turning away, which is significant. I'm pretty sure e mailed to fill up with just vaccinated people. He just hasn't figured out the timing yet because patrons will need some advance notice at stand up New York on the Upper West Side, Donnie's olden is thinking of doing the same. He and his co owners sued the governor over the shutdown rules because they thought they weren't fairly applied. Now, he says, business is pretty good at limited capacity, but books lower level talent. They're still great comics, but May not necessarily be a household name. Those shows are much more changing to market because obviously, people haven't heard of these comics and they're no tourists in town. That might seem like a major hurdle for every comedy club owner. But some say they do get a lot of regulars. Hurst says her audience has come mostly from the tri State area. And she says this week's playoff game between the Knicks and Atlanta Hawks was a good sign of crowds to come. It was almost filled to capacity Stadium was fact. Medicine Square garden. That's over 15,000 people, a crowd that had to be vaccinated or show proof they were coded negative. Hirsch is also planning to adopt those rules, she says. The remaining obstacles for comedy clubs are waiting for federal aid to start flowing from the shuttered venues program. And she says she's had trouble hiring back enough staff. Now, because this is a story about the comeback of comedy. I did ask these club owners if they've heard any good jokes about Cove it here's Holden. I mean, one funny joke that I heard from Brian stuff like that, and And he said he spoke to his agent, and he can't get hold of it because Verity has a deal with Ebola, but after more than a year of worrying about the pandemic It's probably time for new material. Beth Fertig w N. Y C news.

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"medicine square garden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Know, it's a chicken and egg effect. One more booking talent, or we're gonna be 30% or we could be 50% only give you 100% because that's how the challenge kind of gets paid on that. But that wasn't as much as an issue for smaller clubs. They may ladies and gentlemen and welcome to comedy cellar On April 2nd. The comedy cellar reopened in Greenwich Village, John Laster emceed billing Everybody Good. In this weird is it is weird, says No. I'm doorman whose family has owned the club. Since 1981. The biggest change is really just this awkward kind of seating and the The empty chairs, which deflate the atmosphere and take electricity out of the room. He also can't do as many nightly shows because of the midnight curfew. But warming is optimistic because, he says, people are coming back. Now that the state has adopted the latest CDC guidelines, he's planning to go to 100% of capacity soon by requiring proof of vaccination and judging by the number of people that were turning away, which is significant. I'm pretty sure he mailed to fill up with just vaccinated people. He just hasn't figured out the timing yet because patrons will need some advance notice at stand up New York on the Upper West Side, Donnie's olden is thinking of doing the same. He and his co owner sued the governor over the shutdown rules because they thought they weren't fairly applied. Now, he says, business is pretty good at limited capacity, but books lower level talent. They're still great comics, but May not necessarily be a household name. Those shows are much more changing to market because obviously, people haven't heard of these comics and they're no tourists in town. That might seem like a major hurdle for every comedy club owner. But some say they do get a lot of regulars. Hirsch says her audience has come mostly from the tri State area. And she says this week's playoff game between the Knicks and Atlanta Hawks was a good sign of crowds to come. It was almost filled to capacity Stadium was fact. Medicine Square garden. That's over 15,000 people, a crowd that had to be vaccinated or show proof they were coded negative. Hirsch is also planning to adopt those rules, she says. The remaining obstacles for comedy clubs are waiting for federal aid to start flowing from the shuttered venues program. And she says she's had trouble hiring back enough staff. Now because this is a story about the comeback of comedy. I did ask these club owners if they've heard any good jokes about Cove it here's golden. I mean, one funny joke that I heard from Brian, Stop me Fat and And he said he spoke to his agent and he can't get called it because barely has a deal with Ebola, but after more than a year of worrying about the pandemic It's probably time for new material. Beth Fertig w N. Y C news Next time on the New Yorker radio hour. Filmmaker Spike Lee comes on to talk about not just movies, The Knicks have clinched a playoff spot. Did you see those New York Knicks last night? Did you see him basketball? Nick's even the Nets and Spike Lee next time on the New Yorker radio hour. Tomorrow morning at 10 on 93.9 FM..

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"medicine square garden" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I was fascinated by what he said to us. You. You asked him the first question. Hey was at the game. Sons beat the Lakers. He has do stuff like that. He does. So we asked him like, what was it like at the game? With the Sun's beating the Lakers. You know we're getting towards the end of the pandemic. People want to go out of their house. They want to go back to normal. They want to go see something that they haven't seen in a year. But in this case, it was 11 years. Sons haven't been back. And so here's handling the pandemic on that. Here's the damn Bickley, said the Phoenix Suns. They're different than every other Valley franchise that we have the most Valley franchises. They have bandwagon fans. So the minute you start losing, they're gone. They're they're bats out of the barn. Phoenix Suns fans have been bonded not by failure, but by all these horrible postseason misfortunes. Bad luck, bad injuries. Where they've had shots of championships taken away from them. That is created some stickiness in the fan base. And that is why the sun's really do own this town Now, a lot of people over the last 11 years part like what do you talking about that terrible you saw yesterday what it meant there was a fresh energy and that building yesterday that Blumenthal The fans were engaged from the very beginning in pregame warmups. The players were feeling it. It's really going to be a story of this postseason because the Lakers playing in Southern California, They're not gonna be allowed to have nearly as many fans at their games is the songs. They're going to have it at our games. So that could give the sons of significant home court advantage here, But I think the other bigger story is is that professional athletes to their credit? Have been performing very, very well throughout a pandemic without crowds, and they've been fabulous. But now that energy is back and anybody who's performed at any level, you understand the energy exchange and what it means and where it can take you and how it can elevate you. And I think we're seeing this all across sports. You saw the energy it Medicine Square Garden yesterday. Chad You saw that the PGA Championship? I think Phil Mickelson during a pandemic doesn't win that Gulf turn it because he feeds off that kind of energy, and that is right. Up his alley and he wins And the scene yesterday with the Phoenix Suns was was just absolutely fabulous. And a lot of it is, you know, we've been isolated during a pandemic. We've been fighting through all this political division in this country and in this state, this was a chance for us to scream together. And now at one another if you will. That's beautiful. That was earlier today, You know, all right, he said it beautifully. Um, it was a chance for everybody to come together. Get inside of an arena cheer for a team that hasn't been in the playoffs for 11 years were out kind of out of a pandemic feeling really good about ourselves heading out to parties not wearing a mask. Getting vaccinated and moving on to something normal. And you know what I say The word normal going to that sons game yesterday. That wasn't normal? No, because there's a playoff. That was that was a moment where I think a lot of us will remember where we were when we were watching that game, and I know it's only one game, but it's not. It's not even about the serious chat. It's about getting back to something we love to do, and that's going and sharing something we haven't done in a year that well, I mean, there's so much that right it's like it. The weekend after 9 11 we finally open to play football. Still remember that I still remember the you know that the scenes at Lambeau when they're running out on the field, the Diamondbacks Yankees world sorry back, saying he's the pitch by by Bush that all of those things You remember that And you know I couldn't tell you on the game that night. I could tell you when the Green Bay Packers, but there was a moment because of what we've been through, Where any yesterday watching Phil Mickelson having the crowd around him, everybody, they're They're excited. It's It's something that's lifting them. They weren't thinking about the coronavirus that we're thinking past about the last 18 months. What they were thinking about is this feels good. This feels normal. You've given me X amount of minutes or hours where I'm not thinking about all of the other things that have happened over the last. Who knows how long for them? And that's why Yeah, you know, I think a lot of people will think about that first kind of real sense of like, even tonight. I was like that they should. Baseball gives 60% tonight. Directly field. Really? Yeah, you know, and in Chicago. A zwelling, the White Sox and it just feels There's a sense of something well, and I think people were are now feeling very grateful. Grateful that you can go to a restaurant and eat inside. Yeah, grateful that you can go to a son's game and hang out with 11,000 screaming maniacs. They were phenomenal, grateful that you could go and you know Go to downtown Phoenix and go to a bar and have a drink and a burger. And I think you know, in watching the Suns game yesterday. As good as they were serious, certainly isn't over. It's gonna be a tough, tough run, but it was the people. Who were at the game. That gave me the goose bumps. It wasn't Booker or eight and Asgard, is they were it was the fans inside the building that gave me the goose bumps. Yeah, the game was almost secondary, even though it's important. Yeah. Was other thing that makes us grateful to say Here's where we are as a country. We're getting past this pandemic. And you saw that when you watched Phil, I saw that when I was watching the sun's just crazy watching film and I just his sister tweeted out yesterday was funny. His mom and him were watching. She goes Tina Tax Phillip and tell him just par in Don't hit bombs are activated scabs. That's what he calls when he swings big. He won't listen to his mom and she goes. He won't listen to me, either I'll text I'll text the brother Phil. Phil's brother, Tim was the caddy. But I love how tell him not to hit bombs so funny. Hey, let's open up the fall. It's It's time kid stops is now pandemic quiz. Not quiz baby $277.58 to 7 of those we want to see if you know the news. True or false questions all in up to seven seven's the number K t A. R. Yep, Those are letters. You said no. You have to 77. So what You have a you have Ah, prize surprising stuff. Let's see if you know the news. 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"medicine square garden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Games against college teams who don't have the same testing protocols were eliminated. Split squad games were also dropped. His teams will only play clubs in their regional groups to reduce travel. Pitchers and catchers are set to report next week in both Arizona and Florida with the exhibition game starting later this month, I'm at Madison and a dog in Nashville, Tennessee, is rich tonight. WTF reports. Lulu was recently left $5 million after her owner passed away. The owners neighbor was named the caretaker of Lulu in the will, which also instructs that she be compensated. Or reasonable expenses for the border collie, the neighbors said she's more than thrilled to be named The dogs keeper. I'm Jim Forbes. Special enrollment period is opening Saturday for Americans to sign up for the Affordable Care Act. President Biden sign an executive order to allow people more time to seek health insurance. Press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters that the White House will be spending $50 million on a campaign to make Americans aware of the chance to sign up for health care in the special enrollment period. The enrollment window is expected to close May 15th. The Senate has passed a resolution to award Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman, who diverted rioters that the capital on January 6th. The congressional gold medal, Brian Shook has more Speaking during the impeachment trial. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Goodman was willing to make himself a target to get others out of harm's way. The entire Senate chamber, then proceeded to give Goodman who was sitting in the gallery and other law enforcement officers, a standing ovation, Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell said. In the face of lawlessness, officers lived out the fullest sense of their oaths to protect members of Congress. I'm Brian shook Deputy White House press secretary TJ Duck Low Is being suspended without pay for a week for allegedly threatening and harassing a journalist from Politico, according to Vanity Fair Duck Low had an angry response to a line of questioning. In the political reporter over his relationship with an Axios reporter in a series of tweets. Press secretary sake says duck Low, has apologized to the reporter and sent her a personal note expressing his profound regret and baseball's Hall of Fame is canceling its traditional indoor induction ceremony. For the second year in a row, did it the Corona virus pandemic. The public health crisis forced it to be called off last summer for the first time since 1960. The plan is to hold an indoor televised event on July 25th for former Yankees great Derek Jeter and others who made it to the Hall of Fame last year. I'm Jim Friedman. Well, this Bloomberg Sports updated Medicine Square Garden on Friday night, Jaroslav Halak May 21 saves like Richie scored in the second period and the Boston Bruins shut out. The Rangers won nothing for their fifth straight win for the Rangers, their third consecutive loss. They dropped a 46 and three on the season. The next snap a two game losing streak. They defeat Washington on the road. 109 91, the next down 12 and 15 Julius Randle led the Knicks with 24 points and 18 rebounds. Bad news for the next, though, is Senator Mitchell Robinson left the game with a fractured hand. That star Kevin Durant is set to return to the lineup later tonight against the Golden State Warriors. After missing three games due to health and safety protocols. The former M V P practiced with the team on Friday for the first time since he was pulled off the court in Brooklyn's game against Toronto last week. He had been in close contact to a team employees who returned it inconclusive Covert 19 test Local college basketball that was Iona defeating Manhattan. 85 67 ST Francis, Pennsylvania over ST Francis, Brooklyn, 80 to 66. Mount ST Mary's down L I u 64 to 46 Major league baseball, announcing the new minor league teams and league alignments for the coming season. The leaks setups are based more geographically is one league instead of separate leagues and previous years, the league says Tripoli affiliates in particular, are on average about 200 miles closer to their parent, Major League club. Also major League Baseball, changing its spring training schedule for its Florida based teams to combat risks of coronavirus. The league announcing the games against college teams who don't have the same testing protocols were eliminated. Split squad games were also dropped as teams will only play clubs and their regional groups to reduce travel pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report next week in both Arizona and Florida, with the exhibition games starting later this month. And when the Bloomberg Sports Update I'm Tom Rogers. This'll. His Bloomberg Business Week with Carol Measure, and Bloomberg Quick takes Tim Stenkovic.

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"medicine square garden" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Reach him online? It's Swiss America dot com. Find out how simple it is the upgrade your retirement plan to physical gold. I've been singing the merits of Swiss American al for 20 years and That number again is 100 to 89 26 46. Don't forget to tell a baboon know the biggest stories on the south Coast from the WB. GSM standard Marine True value newsroom FIS Hes W B S. M News. A man is under arrest Accused of killing his own father in East Bridgewater Monday evening, Police were called to 1 37 Cedar Street, where they found a 70 year old man who was dead of apparent head trauma. A family member told WCVB that her brother, 42 year old Stephen Walcott, had killed their father also named Stephen Walcott. She said the brother had been suffering from mental illness. The younger Walcott was arrested by detectives in Brockton. He's charged with one count of murder and one count of violating a restraining order. Police and found with are also investigating a homicide. This one at a hotel Monday night They found one person dead and another injured at the Cape Wind waterfront resort, the Cape and Islands. DEA is not saying what happened, but they do say they believe that the dead person and the injured person were in a relationship. South Coast health has opened up its covert 19 vaccination site in Fall River. It's at the Liberal Club on Star Street on Monday. They vaccinated around 400 people over the age of 75 sites and Dartmouth and wear him are also set to open this week. You don't need to be a patient to get an appointment, but you do need to set up on my chart account. Self coast is using a lottery system tow line up the appointments. Secretary of State Bill Galvin says he plans to file a bill that will permanently implement broad based voting by mail in Massachusetts. The process was allowed for the 2020 state primaries in November election due to the cove it 19 pandemic. Current state law generally limits voting by mail to absentee ballots. Bill would also allow same day voter registration. Currently, residents need to register 20 days ahead of an election to vote. Galvin said the appropriate technological safeguards would have to be put in place. U Mass. Amherst is locking down. All students have been ordered to stay inside their dwelling units at all times and toe on Lee go out twice a week for food or medical necessity. The news comes as a coronavirus surge hits the state's flagship university. Those who don't comply could see suspensions. In sports. The Celtics are still on the road. And tonight they play in Utah. Boston returns home Thursday to host the Raptor AT T D Garden. The Bruins hit the ice tomorrow night to meet the Rangers at Medicine Square Garden. Light snow showers and mixing taking place outside this afternoon. Continuing into this evening. We're only looking at a couple of inches and spots unless you're traveling a little bit farther inland. 2 to 4 inches expected in those locations will dry out and clear out overnight, which for slick spots, temperatures dip down to the teens and then tomorrow looks mainly sunny with high temperatures in the low thirties. From the ABC six Weather Center. I'm meteorologist. Chelsea Priest on New Bedford's news Talk station. 14 22 BBs M I'm Mary Sarees for WBS Some news. Stay up to date with New Bedford's news Talk station 14 20 WBS them and get breaking news alerts.

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"medicine square garden" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on WTOP

"Landover at 1 41. You may have noticed award shows going virtual since the pandemic began, but there's one award show airing tonight that should fit right in with the video options. Earlier, I talked with TV guides Matt Rouch about MTV s video Music awards. I usually do watch the news about the only time of the year I'd really do Watch MTV to see who the new stars of the day are what they're going to be tricked out, and especially if Lady Gaga was part of it, And it's usually a huge spectacle that takes place in someplace like Radio City or Medicine Square Garden this year was supposed to be at the Barclays Center. Because you can't do things and huge venues with huge audiences. They're still going to be in New York City, for the most part, as in emerged in New York City. But the performers are going to be scattered around the different boroughs and outdoor locations with minimal audiences. But hopefully big performances from the likes of Lady Gaga who is back this year performing with Ariana Grande, and you've got BTS. The Korean group will be phoning it in from South Korea, so they'll be some remote segments as well. It should be a big show at a lot of music as always, but as everything else, right Now look different right and seems like every year when those V m A has happened, you hear people say, Remember when MTV used to actually be about music. It's so true, and it makes me nostalgic. So I should also call out the fact that a week from Tuesday Annie's Biography series is doing a special called I Want My MTV, which is the slogan that used to launch the network back in the eighties were using pop stars and it did revolutionized the music industry there for a while in every new music video that came out would be a big deal in Madonna became a star that way, Boy George. And of course, my Jackson. Once They opened the color door to performers of color that he just again He took it to a new level and I can never win thriller lodged what a big deal it was. So it's a really terrific special that reminds you of the early days. I meant changing gears a little bit. The death of Chadwick Boseman hit his fans in the entertainment industry hard Will we be seeing any TV tributes to him? Yes, tonight. Actually, ABC, which is owned by Disney, which owns Marvel is going to broadcast his breakthrough film Black Panther in Primetime Commercial Free, followed by an ABC News special around 10 20. Filling out the hour attributed Chadwick Boseman called attribute for a king. So the news department's involved but also to show the film in prime time. Without commercials is a real tribute to this actor who the death took Everybody by surprise is quite a shock. But having that movie in his catalog and putting it on TV tonight will serve as one of many tributes. I'm sure we'll see in the days to come. That's TV guides met rows. It is the 40th anniversary of Jimmy Carter's doomed mission to rescue American hostages in Iran. Two time Oscar winner Barbara Kopple chronicles the mission in the documentary Desert, One sort of Murphy's law they needed to have six.

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"medicine square garden" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Sunday Standards. WDM Radio Welcome back to the Sinatra hours. Once again. I'm Dave Plier. Frank took a break and imposed his own self retirement back in the early 19 seventies. He wanted to be relevant and wanted to take that time to figure out his next move. Frank's longtime road manager, and great for Antonio put Asano has that story. He left the industry in the fall of 71. He came back. He recorded old blue eyes is back in May or June of 73. Found. It was a combination of reasons for him to walk away. He He wanted to take a bit of a break. You know, I mean, face that the guy has been touring the world like a set almost at that 0.15 18 years. And he wanted to take a bit of a break he was, you know, in is just 56. Or so I met a muse about to be 57 December 72 when I met him, Um And he just wanted to take a period and enjoy his family and his friends and hang out in the desert played golf, but behind it Which is what he told me years later, was that he He wasn't sure that he was relevant to my generation, and so he wanted to reassess. What? He was going to dio anything it let me let me walk away while I'm still on top. You know, not not in the dregs of the business and figure out what I want to do. Thank God he had you know plenty of money that he could have just done nothing if you wanted to arrest his life, But in his opinion, it was that period towards the end the capital all through refreeze. And then after he came back, uh, out of retirement 73. You know the industry changed while he was during that fallow period due to the rock and roll, guys, you know they started playing. Venues, concert venues like arenas and baseball stadiums and stuff like that. Before that there were only night clubs and concert halls. And so he had. It would just even for that which he did very successfully. Obviously, I mean, the main event is evidence right there 1974 Square and live from that concert in Medicine Square Garden. Here's Frank. With the lady is a tramp. He gets hungry. Doesn't come late. She'd never bother with anyone. See? Hey, that's ladies is a tramp. Doesn't like dice games with barons and well.

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"medicine square garden" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A gave it 45 minutes. And it wasn't going anywhere you know, And the thing about if you're after the original movie Highlander, it starts right off. There's a sword fight in New York City, underneath math, medicine Square garden, you know, and all that. And this thing just, you know, it's modern day Charlie's run. Is a ancient Scythian warrior. They were from the east of Greece and Bulgaria on Black Sea region. There were these great Huge warriors that that fought for Philip of matched it on around. So so, her bona fie days she's 4000 years old or whatever, and ultimately I'll say this. If you've seen everything else, and you're all caught up. Go ahead. Watch the old guard. You have to forget that you ever saw Highlander. I think it's too long. It's two hours long and should be 19. He could've done it in 90 minutes. But it was it was okay because I finished hell on wheels. I finally finished hell on wheels. And our Sam are Eric, You're going to sell a little sense. No. Sorry. Nope. I thought the 1st 2 seasons of it, and I can't have other things to get this place. I got to say. All in all, that's a good little Siri's. I now understand why a lot of people really, really liked it dealt with it dealt with US history better than any show I've seen in a couple of years. Very frankly. With post Civil war history and what I what I liked about it was they wrote it in the colloquial English of 18 65 18 66 18 67. There was a word that they used to use for slaves before there. Emancipation. And then as it turns out well after their emancipation, and the show doesn't shy away from that. Also, it does a really good job of showing some very riel actual Historic African Americans who had AH, who affected the West, like the legendary U. S marshal. And you know what? I'm going to not get a free guys under the bus. I'm just gonna ask. Have you ever heard the name bass Reeves? I have? Yeah. Now, have you heard it U s history class. Okay, good. Everybody should know the name the same way People know Wyatt ERP. They should know. Bass Reeves difference was bass. Reeves never threw a professional boxing match that he was refereeing in Los Angeles on and why, but Bass Reeves didn't didn't wind up a degenerate drunk gambler. Down on what's currently Johnnie Cochran Middle school. Ah, but so anyway famous African American U. S marshal on DH. Then there's another very actual real person by the name of stage coach Mary Fields. African American Freed slave born in tow Slavery in Tennessee when she wound up is one of the U. S Postal Service is a stage coach writers. And it was and they weaved it all into the building of the transcontinental railroad. So Anyway, I'm done with that. Siri's So That's the only reason I watched the old guard so grudgingly with that disclaimer if you're done with everything else on your covert watch list. Watch the old guard if you want to see John Wick style, highly choreographed. Gunplay. If that's.

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"medicine square garden" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

06:01 min | 3 years ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Both not with my mother was always colder mommy I can do when they were little when talking to my mother now or what it was talking to my sisters I should say and we referred to mom it's mommy what what what what is it in your family well my teenager calls me mom see is my movies British the dogs is a break I don't know if he's not I don't know it's something you came up with I am Z. and my little one mom mom mom mom mom mom I need this month no when they talk about you to each other to they say mamma mamy what they do I think that is I think it's mom if I don't know I mean is where we're all older now and still want to talk to a lease and only then Monica my three sisters it's it's mommy now when you talk see mommy when you talk to your mom do call her mommy now or is it man man can't check my man once the full my wings you made the boy she can call your own okay okay all right we got a lot going on is our love to get together to talk about what's happening out in about a one take your phone calls as well this I don't watch the UFC of I've seen USC which is actually UFC was right a yes because you have see there's some other thing and then there but Dana white is the UFC guy yes a yellow they the ones you actually yes yes okay so this would be UFC fight the present loves the UFC is family does a very involved and the president went to Madison Square Garden to see the fight right I mean that's that was the story and the media represented but he got booed horribly just boot include got really really boot and video evidence proves that's not really the case with what we have on this because again this just goes a long way to the legacy media doing all it can to deliver a negative story even if there is a one to be had got from the blaze there's nothing like a night out in New York City president Donald Trump received a roaring applause from a Manhattan crowd as he entered medicine square garden in New York City on Saturday night to watch UFC two forty four the forty fifth president of the United States arrive to the legendary venue at approximately nine PM along this family and high ranking members of Congress according to the New York Post although a small group of protesters gathered outside and some fans booed trump as he walked into the arena there were twice as many fans happy to see the commander in chief a video posted by MMA fighter Terrel rose appears to confirm this is the show's fans mostly cheering trump as they walked in to watch the sporting event at the post reported from travel to New York once a fighter Derek Lewis take on a blue goal a I've been on with house minority leader representative Kevin McCarthy and representative mark meadows and arrived to John F. Kennedy airport shortly after eight PM at the entourage arrived at Madison Square Garden about an hour later after taking the marine one helicopter to a heliport in lower Manhattan and the president and his entourage then went by motorcade to the arena located in midtown Manhattan despite the warm reception seen on video several media outlets are portraying the crowd's reaction is negative a CBS news headline reads trump booed at UFC event in New York City meanwhile CNN said it trump met with loud boos some cheers at UFC fight in New York over at the hill headline reads trump gets daily use of booze upon entering MSG prior to UFC two forty four adding president trump was welcomed in Madison Square Garden Saturday night with heavy billowing from the crowd reacting to the negative media reports Donald Trump junior counter punch on Twitter late Saturday night calling the reception overwhelmingly positive and blasting media critics of the president as it left the stacks a simile UFC president Dana white called it the most electrifying entrance he seen in twenty five years so Dana white is not afraid to to be a supporter of the president Donald Trump junior posted night a you probably just what you're referring to he posted a video proving that the it was a road they were they were roundly cheered he walked in right behind his father what is what is with the one call a delusion yes if you can go back and tell me the first headline because the first headline can be deemed correct although it's misleading it's correct from CBS to trump booth at UFC event in New York City okay was he bowed yeah was it one guy maybe he can add of you know Madison Square Garden holds what eighteen nineteen twenty thousand people so if one guy booed you can write the headline trouble booed as he walks in Madison Square Garden you could write that it would be correct it would be misleading as hell but would be correct now a delusion of booze no because CNN Ben gets it a little less right because then CNN says what trump met with loud boos some cheers at U. F. C. fight in New York okay little less right but it still can be deemed correct loud boos was the one guy really loud whose Boeing perhaps some cheers there gets a little bit sketchy there why are we using some and then the third one is just dead wrong trump gets the day lose of booze upon entering MSG prior to UFC two forty four that was from the hell Ellison belong cases I would the school was a good day Lucian K. well let's let's okay because I just want to cause Karamana going see that is incorrect they said there I'm gonna go in correct and that we know would you agree incorrect I would yes yeah we have video evidence of it we do the video evidence proves that it was.

"medicine square garden" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on KOMO

"Senator Bernie Sanders talking about his Medicare for all planned comparing it to Elizabeth Warren I think the approach that we have in fact will be much more progressive in terms of protecting the financial well being of a middle income families his plan involves a payroll tax warrants would raise taxes on the country's wealthiest president trump waking up in New York City this morning after attending last night's UFC championship medicine square garden when he walked in there were protests outside the garden slots a security all around New York City today for the marathon marathon course takes runners from Staten Island the Central Park N. Y. P. D. chief Terry Monaghan said vehicles are parked at each intersection these because in addition to saying trucks you'll see from our partners at the sanitation department all of the block because we'll be in Sharon vehicular traffic stays away from the marathon police here included blocker cars as part of the security plan since ISIS inspired vehicular attacks like the one in twenty sixteen along the promenade a niece there are no specific threats but in a marathon security bulletin the feds mentioned ISIS inspired attack says one potential threat Aron Kader ski ABC news New York earlier than you think daylight saving time ending this morning back to standard time and it's all about our body's circadian rhythms those our internal clocks and believe they're not even one hour on one way or another can make a difference nets ABC news chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton Saudi Arabia's state oil giant is going public Saudi Aramco produces ten percent of the world's oil let me Nasser is president and CEO we are the leading.

"medicine square garden" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"medicine square garden" Discussed on The big d zone

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