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"milford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | Last week

"milford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Special coverage this weekend as we mark the anniversary locally and across the nation. For now, learning. The driver who died in a crash late last night in Milford was a 24 year old Taunton man, his passenger, a 20 year old Berkeley woman. She was injured, but the injuries are said to be monitored. This happened at the Milford Overpass. State police are looking into whether Weather played a role There have been back up all morning long. Let's see if that is still the case again. This is the Milford over past area. Kevin Brennan joins us now, with the super retailers of New England. All will drive traffic on the threes. All right, Laurie, we're still watching big trouble south of town right now. 1 28 North bound. Still dealing with this left lane crash after University Avenue here in that dead, um, stretch in the back up just behind that sounds like there's a center lane breakdown as well. Now delays are solid, backed into Randolph 93 South bound right at route 24 24 northbound slowdowns approaching a crash with reported injuries just before the 93 split here in Randolph. 95 North. Um, you're locked up Neponset Street trying to get on the 1 28 north here and Canton 95 southbound getting reports of a rollover crash. Now in the media that route 1 52 in that North Attleboro stretch. The expressway northbound locked up East Milton Square most of the way up through Columbia Road and then more brake lights heading into the O Neill tunnel from an earlier breakdown that cleared a while back. 93 southbound residual delays here in Somerville coming through Assembly square from a crash that just cleared a little while ago as well that volume going to work its way towards the lower deck and onto the second bridge. Little heads up on the Red line right now delays up to about 20 minutes due to a signal problem at Davis and all lower line trains are experiencing delays up to about 30 minutes now due to an ongoing signal issue. Caused by a down pole. Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes. Alright, Kevin Breezy, less humid. Some sun today watch for spotty shower later, high 76 clearing and cooled a little bit of fog tonight and.

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"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

03:58 min | 5 months ago

"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"Embeds i can just by tunnel net flicks so to have the footage age yet. I'm going to create something from this. It just really presented that dove rebecca. Thank you so much for coming on the podcast and speaking so amazingly and passionately Fee carlo and. Yeah i really. I really appreciate your time at your wealth of knowledge that you've that you've shared with us and before you go. I do have one final question as the has to podcast after. Oh so my final question and you can take as large or as of small much as you weren't really but my final question is why is our and why are important to me. is important because we're all trying to make sense of the world. We're trying to make sense of our own. Our own existence is on a large scale as well. And i feel like all gives us a chance to recognize in ourselves while other people feeding to set kind of feeling that low bit lately unloving asking this question of getting so many buried responses so so great thank you so much or you go over becca. Where can people find you. So i actually Having a kind that is do with astrology and And crystal healing it so you can only cosmic cures actually cosmic undergo kua on that. It's a lot of that is about female empowerment and life made vacation and things. So i think that's why resonate. With friedrich well i kind of feel like she was she is really trying to trying to do women. Ask thank you so so much. I really appreciate it because it's a friend right. Great is great. Thank you for having me on and it got me to revisit. Some of my favorite pieces of Which.

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"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

13:41 min | 5 months ago

"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"Sign of alien nation yet because the move to the states for For daego 'cause he was given several commissions but freedom messed mexico city so she moved back after a few years. I think that was not really into the breakup of of their marriage is like you said it's they divorced in nineteen thirteen but it kind of takes his own to another painting which you brought to my attention cold the to fritos yet side this kind of represents freed is paying. Different minds is more of an emotional pain. and fast. I think when she painted it she said it was kind of like a dream more memories. She had of this imagine from when she was young but then she acquiesced a bit later on that it was due to the show tunnel to turmoil. She often divorcing from the guy but it kind of shows us to that pass out sitting facing each other and one of them in very traditional mexican drafts and this one is shy with Broken heart and this highlight lead labor her lap and the other version. She's in modern dress with a whole hot and it kind of shows. The two sides have passed not an anti desperation loneliness in high. She really she wants to follow her heart but her heart. Light's diego in this have pain says the me had trying to sense of will high. Can you fly johan if you know that taking you diner of sadness and the portrait where she works She's also in her hands a very small on me. Let with a photo of diego when he was a child and they set against various stormy backdrop. Which for me is all Even though she's a to maine's clearly that has strength and herself and that she can make a decision and i'm will fuller Julie thank is so interesting because that you mentioned previously you know it was a very fine relationship. He cheated on her several times. But this also follows. Their divorce also follows some of fetus. Infidelity is way. Oh she had an affair with leon. Trotsky affair. Very famous russian revolutionary. Oh she had. She had motive as well. Actually with men and women. I in a. She wasn't exactly completely ngelo park that he was he was actually saying with In the custody zoo in the blue highs so this was a period in diegan fritos life where they had a lot of revolution reason artists and writers that would come Revolutionary ideas trotsky was in mexico because he'd been exiled from russia and his day aghast resume. Think boys with his wife was over as well she. Jim but frida hadn't offended with him. Yet is quite an interesting place like you said. They had a lot of artist of coming and going. But it really was the hub of fritos existence almost on our artistic Four so she was she was born in this heist on Obviously she she left with fda. Go in this house and she. She died in this house as well. But i think sue incredible as how vibrant the entire high says. I mean i've never been fortunate enough like yourself to visit there. But i watched the virtues of walton. What hi this is just credit just for. Is that bright peacock. Blue omay seems to to blue eyes company. Take it in and Like a coup admitted lists very traditionally built scoffs Laura everywhere and you can walk around the grinds and you have really imagine half gang. I in sitting there in the morning with a coffee and have breakfast tomorrow as and she had pet monkeys so that he would be running around that were parrots sindbad's and you really do sense what she's trying to buy when you when you go there and i think that's why love as well because oday that his harrowing and stabbing paintings that she does a lot southport traits especially the kind ones from the show up. There are a lot of Flowers and greenery and parrots monkeys and and these is love letters to mexico and the castro zoo for all of the paintings. The are quite dark and show her grief and pain that are equally ones. That show how much she loved life and and higher appreciative. She was to be surrounded by this. Well that's exactly and she. Someone who very famously is known for her striking luke's in her appearance in her in her sense of dress. And there's i mean reading before recording with you. I was reading this thing. He said that she These traditional mexican traces because it really when she was abroad working abroad Her love of her home nation and of her stand up in a crowd almost and she really did love that and she used to wear these incredible here bonds and stale her her here. Very high is a way of drawing attention away from her law moody and because she had also what. You don't think we've mentioned she. Actually she suffered. Polio is where it was a small child so she walked with a length and she had this horrendous accident when she was when she was eighteen which they continuously cost heart health grievances through her life. But yeah this is just for some again for someone who's suffered so much to look at as high as instantly it's just this buried joyous on welcoming very strange cleese really but like you said it's You can just kind of pet shahar moving around the space and everything about it as is worthy of artwork on. Its no the Carlo museum adds yeah. And it's It's a stunning place to go. Because you really really do you get this feeling of of high she did. She did love life. had a very vibrant life in some senses. That was also a lot of pain and and this is where she she did die. She mentioned just to twenty days after to have forty seven th birthday and this was also as she. She thinks her final painting which is cooled. Long live life Vida and i think that kind of really guy used by. She appreciated the time that she was hit. Even though so much pain in that got entire her. Final painting is is really interesting because Previous works quite dark. There's a low of pain and sadness being portrayed the but that's one is really interesting in very different to the others that we've discussed Sto life of watermelons which is a complete carve. When you sent me that it was like okay we lackner. I love this painting. I love it so much an watermelons and they're that slightly crap depends bursting. I pen and and right and you've got that like striped greenery of the shell and then inside that survive rich ready. Pink of the juicy flash of the watermelon and the dr deeming seeds and one of reasons for watermelons is the same with the day of the dead so traditionally melons beaten On but that dad which is in mexico a day when people celebrated ancestors in celebrate that loved ones who've passed on and so She painted it like knowing that she was gonna die. See and in this way. She's kind of showing that she's ready for has sold to pass on in this understanding that she will also be remembered And one of the things that i love is the days for a death just around the time finishes painting. She right in had diarrhea. I hate the exit joyful. And i hope never to return an i just Beautiful every the as as such a wonderful final work as well particularly as d too. I didn't actually realize when i looking at it. The sky is is so it's kind of one half of the work is nighttime a very deep dark blue and the other half as of a morning sky a very light clear blue so i think again that just really really works with the whole idea of she knew was hard time to sell of passover or that death was needing Years of nineteen fifty onwards. She had a law of operations on her spain and her leg was eventually amputated. Is where to jason's and what's really sad at this point as well as she was actually getting international recognition. Mas an artist as the dia gate. Famous painter's wife for much of her own life. I'm a death that Of become the husband of freed of a threat. What's amazing is nineteen thousand nine. She sold i walk to live show. She was the first latin american. Female artists Latin american artists to sell work to the lose on and nineteen fifty three year before she passed away she had her first solo exhibition in mexico but she was so l. She and she was is by doctors not to ten but she was so devastated. The thought not being able to go to her first solo exhibition in her home country that she attained it in her net Some half-baked studies have strength. The win has strengths there. it doesn't it. i mean. I love that story at pretty much. Exemplify of a determination in life. Really from of researching for this podcast. I'm just that my goodness wore women she was. She was just incredible so she passed away. And at nineteen fifty four. And there's a lot of debate around high. She died so that some people say it was nonni us. Some people say that she took an accidental overdose of painkillers because she was on quite high dose of medication but diego died a couple years later on. It was an has well. He said he he wanted the house to be turned at noon. Yeah which. I just thanks really. Incredible and fetus ashes are still there actually coming back to something you said earlier. There endless little of towards an adviser nuts because of the use of nicknamed from south with at with fiji. So i'm your food. And thanks which. I think's a really nice circle from e sage earlier ended in the podcast. Is there anything else that you think. Oh my goodness we haven't spoken about. And this is a really important thing that people need to know about feta and because she really is incredible sensation to the point. You said earlier. You know partic- harp potentially Know the name of iconic light clang on everything neither from tote bags to t shirts and mugs and things and and yet she is has become the stimulus. Die call in dayton. How much of that. As fact people like madonna have collected pieces of Thing but i think what is important to me is is people. Say look into the reasons of why she created these west because there's so much more to her than just being a feminist or a communist. You know it's to do with them. This inherent pain that she had through her life and the way the way it was makes me think have. Is that phrase like when you're in a debt the new life fascist before your eyes. And i feel like. She was so like continuously near-death that these paintings are like shoving highlife flashing. And we get to see them. So i feel the e It's a real privilege to be able to look at them in that sense she's a completely that Agree with your statement of people. Yeah with definitely recommend that people go away and look into part because she she left a short life. She didn't live very long but for what she did. She definitely interesting. She packed philip interesting. People on for also for someone who was in crippling pain and and technically disabled producer. For life's back braces and win the opened up the museum. They found a lot of spastic legs and things like that so for someone who was technically disabled. She really doesn't that really wasn't high. She identified i uh she she left her life and i think that's just really really incredibly yet pride of high l. She was together since. I'm an particularly like you said when she had her accident wayne heart easel was feted to her bed and she could paint herself in the mirror. Like i just think it's just an amazing of shoe of resilience and Yeah just i mean if wen If you're already kind of feel a bit if a wear.

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"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"The henry ford hospital. If i go to the name again that one's as also known as the floating beds an. Yeah it was. You had the miscarriage nineteen ninety-two at usa painted. This like shortly after on your by a harrowing in haunting is exactly the ads A naked twisted freda still blighted from pregnancy on hospital bed are now these red ribbons the look kind of life. I suppose i'm below codes vein annette coming from hatton fighting ryan the bed at six objects and one of them is a snail to punish shy. Slow the operation.

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"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

06:16 min | 5 months ago

"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"To store a coat every single day on today's podcast. I sat down with. Rebecca milford to talk about one of her favorite artists on a complete icon carlo. Historian carlo is somebody that i knew a little throat but i really couldn't set tone. Undiscussed are at length and and theatrically knowledgeably as what roberta is to do. And this podcast. We discussed her tempestuous relationship with her husband diego. Her life owed with pain jitter an accident that she had when she was eighteen on. Also arctic outpour just home fortune. She was at showing really for the first time in our history. The pain and suffering that women go through just purely from being women. If you're anything like me you'll know leader as someone who is quite a conic on someone that perhaps you don't know her by name but you definitely know her to cash is very distinctive in her facial features and she's very well known for having this incredible marlboro or various of distinct eyebrows. And she someone who spent a lot of her life painting self portraits because as feeder sits herself she was so often alone on it was the subject that she knew based so that you need to sit back and relax as rebecca delvin to the impressionable life of the mexican painter. Deduct carlo can't first and foremost why feta carlo. Why free gen us. I think she is nine. In popular culture these days is such a feminist icon and one of the most famous mexican painters and we all know from the the unit bri that the me it came when i took a trip to mexico at by four years ago i went to the the casper zoo. Which is the blue highest flesh. She spent a lot of her life. And it's ni- being turned into a museum and really so these paintings a class and got a feeling the vibrancy in the the life in and we were lucky enough to have a guide. You could tell us a lot by free life. And he of revealed where locker inspiration comes from and high so much of is focused on this pain that she felt throughout my life based physical animation. And it just really really made made the kids. It's this self expression this beautiful all that comes from real true and like quite a average experience all throughout high life and yet it just really touched me that these pieces of work could be such an incredible legacy from someone that never shied away from death like she was presented with that. I saw much through her life. And i think that's why a love her paintings make us still slightly uncomfortable fast But then you really do kind of fill them tug it something deep within yeah because it's compliments representation of own mortality as well. Yeah absolutely and they have their son. Cain of scary surrealist nightmarish of vape to them. But you you really do need to sort of understand our box story. I think too so of really understands or Can still of star something. I really think once she saw understands the complete rule the coaster of her life A around her health. I'm completely tragic. But like she's an absolute trooper relations a complete warrior that she really kicked going as something that i didn't really so i studied art history but we didn't really talk john her very much. When i was studying was actually the vienna. Especially if you years ago where i came across it was the had these just recently uncovered all these incredible d- races and things that had been looked way and decreased of her husband eagle for fifty years after his day than it was when they phoned. All these things started during the Oughta came to the vienna. I just don't go with women's incredible. When i i completely get the fascination as with thoroughly. She's just she's just amazing. I need now that when you say. She's a tree pat. She was such a warrior she had to live with this pain and These injuries that is desperately in love with this man. Da guy he'd have most As a cheat on with ryan sister even the extent that they ended up getting a divorce. off ten years of marriage but then she remarried him again later because it was like she couldn't without him she he was hooked to inflame waste but And she still created these amazing images. The seemed to the me have one in life in one for daf constantly. Like that's almost high. She seems to live to live. And i think you do sense of that when when you look at them when you explore the inspiration behind each one. That's an amazing. We cepeda actually one foot in life in one. That's just kind of like on the head for me. That's just exactly so. Can you tell us bit about feeders. Upbringing and her child to these health issues source stemmed from yes. I mean enough. People attribute her interested in politics communism to when she might yego and that was a huge effect on her but she was like a very forward thinking women by strident in her own beliefs and very politically active at school. She joined the young communist league when she was young and the mexican communist party and she always kind of really had this strong sense of well on a strong sense of self belief and Change surprise but then in nineteen twenty five when she was eighteen she was on a bus and it has a collision with a tram and is awful awful atrocious collision.

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Sanitation Workers Attacked On The Job In New York City

Brian Kilmeade

00:23 sec | 6 months ago

Sanitation Workers Attacked On The Job In New York City

"W. ABC news for suspects at large after an attack against two uniformed onto the sanitation workers in Brooklyn. One worker was struck with a golf club and a bat. His cell phone stolen. The other worker who came to his aid was menaced early Wednesday near Milford Street and Pitkin Avenues in Brooklyn. There's a video released by the NYPD on our

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Boston-Area Police Search for Armed and Dangerous Men in Milford Smoke Shop Robbery

WBZ Midday News

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Boston-Area Police Search for Armed and Dangerous Men in Milford Smoke Shop Robbery

"Police are warning people to keep your doors locked. They're searching for suspects, they say are armed and dangerous. Here's what happened. Two masked men robbed a smoke shop in a strip mall at gunpoint in Milford last night, fleeing with a large amount of cash in a getaway car outside where third suspect was waiting. These gave chase the suspect's car lost control, crashing into another car, injuring that driver. The suspects ditch the car and two handguns they ran and they are on the loose. Milford Police have posted surveillance video of the suspects on their Facebook page. Check it out. If you'd like to help.

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Officials: Milford Police Officer Shot, Attempted Murder Suspect Killed During Firefight Outside Rehoboth Motel

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Officials: Milford Police Officer Shot, Attempted Murder Suspect Killed During Firefight Outside Rehoboth Motel

"A suspected fugitive is dead and a delaware. Police officer is injured. Following a shootout at a motel state attorney general. Cathy jennings says the suspect opened. Fire is a fugitive task. Force closed in autumn at an occasional lodge in rehoboth beach delaware southern coast. The wounded officer is the thirteen year veteran of the police department. In milford which straddles the border of canton sussex counties. He's listed in critical condition had been wanted in pennsylvania for attempted murder. Police have his name or that of the police officer.

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Man of the People

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04:23 min | 10 months ago

Man of the People

"And the story. You're about to hear it takes place in nineteen seventeen but almost everything that happens in. It feels like it could have happened this week. Basically it starts with this young doctor john. Brinkley he's just married the love of his life many and they decided to go find a place where they can just settle down. He's going to be a town doctor and then they set out for kansas because they see an advertisement that says milford kansas population. Three thousand when you doctor. And they're like okay. We'll go west. So they travel west get milford and three thousand was a typo in fact it was population. Three hundred which say it's like the middle of nowhere. There's nobody there. This is penny lane. She's a filmmaker. She made a documentary about john brinkley. Brinkley moved to milford and they set up shop. This elderly farmer named bills. It's worth comes into the office and you know after much hemming hiring kind of manages to spit out his problem. Which is that. He's a flat tire Get it get it you know and finally the brinkley's like oh. You're impotent okay. Gotcha i'm so sorry. We have nothing for that. Like modern medical science has not solved. That problem. I'm very sorry according to brinkley. What happens next is that he and the former get into small talk and they start talking about goats talking about. How goats never seem to be impotent. They're always zero. And the farmer says something to brinkley. That will change his life. he says. Gosh it's too bad. I don't have billy goat nuts and then brinkley laughs. And then after hours of brinkley's saying no i didn't learn that in medical school. That's not how we do. Things that might now work could be dangerous. The farmer infuses to leave until brinkley agrees to try to fix impotence by giving him go testicles. There's the strangest eureka moment so then of course he tries it and it works. It works according to brinkley. Brinkley tells the world that he has created the goat gland cure. Meaning he will take goat testicles. Insert them into your scrotum and you'll be healed and not just of impotence either. He says it'll cure flatulence emphysema stomach cancer. He's got a version for women which he says will cure female infertility. I talked to this redder. Pope brock who wrote a book about brinkley charlton. He said that when patients came to bring you get the surgery it was set up so that the patients would know that they were getting exactly what they paid for right so the patient was it was local anesthetic so that he could be assured that was actually getting the goat and then Many brinkley usually brinkley's wife would do the snipping on the goat. They would bring the goat balls over opened a guy up toss them in so him up and send him out so just to be clear. This surgery is bogus utterly bogus and privately. Brinkley knows this but he's extremely good. Commencing the public that he believes in what he's selling that goat gland surgery really works. It helps that he looks extremely professional. He's got a three piece suit. He's got round glasses. This neat blonde goatee. He's everybody's idea of what a smart doctor looks like. And so they start showing up at the clinic. These nervous guys ready for the surgery their own goats in tau like you bring the you want this just clutched in your arms and your pounding on the door About pretty soon he He got his own heard out back. Because it was you know was a volume business. By that point the patient would come out browse the herd and pick one the the the goat with which he felt the most connection you know whatever. He felt simpatico. That's the good he. He chose lobster at a restaurant exactly exactly exactly so. Business is booming. Brinkley has found a great scheme. Because what happens is there are men who are impotent. Who get the surgery. And because there are evidences psychological diplo cbo effect saves them and they thanked dr brinkley and for the men that it doesn't work on their generally too ashamed to say anything about it so no matter what he wins

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"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

02:01 min | 10 months ago

"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

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"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

15:39 min | 10 months ago

"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"Alien nation yet because the move to the states for For daego 'cause he was given several commissions but freedom messed mexico city so she moved back after a few years. I think that was not really into the breakup of of their marriage is like you said it's they divorced in nineteen thirteen but it kind of takes his own to another painting which you brought to my attention cold the to freedom yet side this kind of represents freed is paying. Different minds is more of an emotional pain. and fast. I think when she painted it she said it was from kind of like a dream more memories. She had of this imagine from when she was young but then she acquiesced a bit later on that it was due to the may show tunnel to turmoil. She often divorcing from the guy but it kind of shows us to that pass out sitting facing each other and one of them in very traditional mexican drafts and this one is shy with broken heart and this highlight lead labor her lap and the other version. She's in modern dress with a whole hot and it kind of shows. The two sides have passed not an anti desperation loneliness in high. She really she wants to follow her heart but her heart. Light's diego in this. Her pain says the me had trying to sense of will high. Can you fly johan if you know that taking you diner of sadness and the portrait where she works She's also in her hands a very small on me. Let with a photo of diego when he was a child and they set against various stormy backdrop. Which for me Even though she's a to maine's clearly that she has strength and herself and that she can make a decision. And i'm will fuller Julie thank is so interesting because that you mentioned previously you know it was a very fine relationship. He cheated on her several times. But this also follows. Their divorce also follows some of fetus. Infidelity is way. Oh she had an affair with leon. Trotsky affair. Very famous russian revolutionary. Oh she had. She had motive as well. Actually with men and women. I in a. She wasn't exactly completely ngelo that he was he was actually saying with In the custody zoo in the blue highs so this was a period in diegan fritos life where they had a lot of revolution reason artists and writers that would come Revolutionary ideas trotsky was in mexico because he'd been exiled from russia and his day aghast resume he boys with his wife was over as well so she but frida hadn't hadn't with him is quite an interesting place like you said. They had a lot of artist of coming and going. But it really was the hub of fritos existence almost on our artistic four so she was. She was born in this heist on Obviously she she left with fda ego in this house and she. She died in this house as well. But i think sue incredible as how vibrant the entire high says. I mean i've never been fortunate enough like yourself to visit there. But i watched the virtues of walton. What hi this is just credit. just beautiful. is that bright peacock. Blue omay seems to to blue is coming to take it in and Like a coup admit lists very traditionally built scoffs Lor everywhere and you can walk around the grinds and you have really imagine half gang. I in sitting there in the morning with a coffee and have breakfast tomorrow as and she had pet monkeys so that he would be running around that were parrot sindbad's and you really do sense what she's trying to buy when you when you go. The i think that's why love is well because oday that his harrowing and stabbing paintings that she does a lot has traits especially the kind ones from the show up. There are a lot of Flowers in greenery and parrots monkeys and and these is love letters to mexico and the kazoo for all of the paintings. The are quite dark and show her grief and pain that are equally ones. That show how much she loved life and and higher appreciative. She was to be surrounded by this. Well that's exactly and she. Someone who very famously is known for. Her striking looks in her appearance in her and her sense of dress. And there's i mean reading before recording with you. I was reading this thing. He said that she These traditional mexican races because it really when she was a Working abroad Her love of her home nation and of her stand up in a crowd almost and she really did love that and she used to wear these incredible here bonds and stale her her here. Very high is a way of drawing attention away from her law moody and because she had also what. You don't think we've mentioned she. Actually she suffered. Polio is where it was a small child so she walked with a length and she had this horrendous accident when she was when she was eighteen which they continuously cost heart health grievances through her life. But yeah this is just for some again for someone who's suffered so much to look at as high as instantly just this buried joyous on welcoming very strange please really but like you said it's You can just kind of pet shahar moving around the space and everything about it as is worthy of artwork on. It's no the Carlo museum adds yeah. And it's It's a stunning place to go. Because you really really do you get this feeling of of high she did. She did love life. had a very vibrant life in some senses. That was also a lot of pain and and this is where she she did die. She mentioned just to twenty days after to have forty seven th birthday and this was also as she. She painted her final painting which is cooled. Long live life Vida and i think that kind of really guy used by high. She appreciated the time that she was hit. Even though so much pain in that got entire her. Final painting is is really interesting because Previous works quite dark. There's a low of pain and sadness being portrayed the But that's one is really interesting in very different to the others that we've discussed A life of watermelons which is a complete carve. When you sent me that was like okay we lackner. I love this painting. I love it so much an watermelons and they're that slightly crap depends bursting. I pen and and right and you've got that like striped greenery of the shell and then inside that survive rich ready. Pink of the juicy flash of the watermelon and the dark beaming seeds and one of reasons for watermelons is the same with day of the dead. So traditionally melons beaten On but that dad which is in mexico a day when people celebrated ancestors in celebrate that loved ones who've passed on and so She painted it like knowing that she was gonna die scene and in this way. She's kind of showing that she's ready for has sold to pass on this understanding that she will also be remembered And one of the things that i love is the days for a death just around the time finishes painting. She right in had diarrhea. I hate the exit joyful. And i hope never to return an i just Beautiful every the as as such a wonderful final work as well particularly as d too. I didn't actually realize when i looking at it as a sky is is so it's kind of one half of the. The work is nighttime. A very deep dark blue and the other half as of a morning sky a very light clear blue so i think again that just really really works with the whole idea of she knew was hard time to sell of passover or that death was needing years so from of nineteen fifty onwards. She had a law of operations on her spain and her leg was eventually amputated. Is where to come jason's and what's really sad at this point as well as she was actually getting international recognition. Mas an artist as the dia to famous painter's wife for much of her own life. I'm a death that the kind of become the husband of freed of a threat. What's amazing is nineteen thousand nine. She sold i walk to live show. She was the first latin american. Female artists latin-american to stella work to the lose on and nineteen fifty three year before she passed away she had her first solo exhibition in mexico but she was so l. She and she was is by doctors not to ten but she was so devastated. The thought not being able to go to her first solo exhibition in her home country that she attained it in her net Some leg studies have strength. The win has strengths there. it doesn't it. i mean. I love that story at pretty much. Exemplify of a determination in life. Really from of researching for this podcast. I'm just that my goodness wore women she was. She was just incredible so she passed away. And at nineteen fifty four. And there's a lot of debate around high. She died so that some people say it was pneumonia. Some people say that she took an accidental overdose of painkillers because she was on quite high. Dose of medication but diego died a couple years later on. It was an has well. He said that he he wanted the house to be turned at noon. Yeah which i just. Thanks really incredible and fetus. Ashes are still there actually coming back to something you said earlier. There endless little of towards an adviser nuts because of the use of nicknamed from south with at with fiji. So i'm your food. Which i think's which i think's a really nice circle from e sage earlier ended in the podcast. Is there anything else that you think. Oh my goodness we haven't spoken about and this is a really important thing that people need to know about feta and because she really is incredible sensation to the point. You said earlier. You know partic- harp potentially noel the name Iconic alight clang on everything neither from tote bags to t shirts and mugs and things and and yet she is has become the stimulus. Call in dayton. Much of that. As fact people like madonna have collected pieces of Thing but i think what is important to me is is people. Say look into the reasons of why she created these west because there's so much more to her than just being a feminist or communist you know to do with this inherent pain that she had through her life and the way the way it was makes me think have is that phrase like when you're a debt the new life flashes before your eyes and i feel like she was so like continuously death that these paintings are like shoving highlife flashing. And we get to see them. So i feel the e It's a real privilege to be able to look at them in that sense she's a completely that Agree with your statement of people. Yeah with definitely recommend that people go away and look into part because she she left a short life. She didn't live very long but for what she did. She definitely interesting. She packed philip interesting. People on for also for someone who was in crippling pain and and technically disabled producer. For life's back braces and win the opened up. The museum found a low of perspective legs and things like that so for someone who was technically disabled. She really doesn't that really wasn't high. She identified i uh she she left her life and i think that's just really really incredibly yet pride of high l. She was together since. I'm an particularly like you said when she had her accident wayne heart easel was feted to her bed and she could paint herself in the mirror. Like i just think it's just an amazing so of shoe of brazilians and Yeah just i mean if wen If you're already kind of feel a bit if a wear embeds i can just by tunnel net flicks so two of the footage age yet. I'm going to create something from this. It just really presented that dove rebecca. Thank you so much for coming on the podcast and speaking so amazingly and passionately Fida carlo and yeah i really. I really appreciate at time at your wealth of knowledge that you've you've shared with us and go. I do have one final question as the Has to podcasts. At all so my final question and you can take as large or as of small much as you weren't really but my final question is why is our and why are important to me. is important because we're all trying to make sense of the world. We're trying to make sense of our own. Our own existence is on a large scale as well. And i feel like all gives us a chance to recognize in ourselves while other people feeding to set kind of feeling that low bit langley unloving asking kimball desecration of getting so many buried responses so so great thank you so much or you go over becca. Where can people find you. So i actually Having a kind that is do with astrology and And crystal healing it. So you can only cosmic cures actually cosmic undergo kua. it's a lot of that is about female empowerment and life made vacation and things. So i think that's why resonate with friedrich's well. I kind of feel like she was. She is really trying trying to do women. Ask thank you so so much. I really appreciate it because it's a friend right. Gray is great. Thank you for having me on and it got me to revisit. Some of my favorite pieces of.

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"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

01:54 min | 10 months ago

"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"The henry ford hospital. If i go to the name again that one's as also known as the floating beds an yeah it was. You had the miscarriage. Nineteen thirty two at usa painted this like shortly after on your by a harrowing in haunting is exactly the ads A naked twisted free still blighted from pregnancy on hospital bed are now these red ribbons the look kind of life. I suppose i'm bill codes vein annette coming from hatton fighting ryan. The bed at six objects and one of them is a snail to punish shy. Slow the.

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"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

07:57 min | 10 months ago

"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"And this metal speak. I think it's like a steel handrail impaled. Her and that went through her back. And through a pelvis windham hub spine and have held us. Bike for you can In like most paces fresh third brecca columbine and these would go and have effects like for the rest of her life she was bedridden for haege. Might of time she had trouble. Conceiving said they never actually had children because of unite have rail nobody was. She was in a cost of radio. Painful cost very restrictive. Cost the loss of her life so she kind of life. From the age of eighteen onward. Her death hat had to deal with this constant pain at and really see that in a low of her paintings like you see the emotional depths of the pain And that in spies of the themes of death and decay and like mortality like torture organized. But i think what really fascinated me when i dance biter was. It's not just the themes that her injury had a huge effect on is actually the full mid south so lots and lots of fritos paintings and also means famous. Ones are ruled southport rates. And one of the reasons that is when she was recovering a hem have parents had amarah installed in the canopy of how bad and mum commissioned this special easel. So she could paint from lying dine so the reason. why so. Many of her paintings of self-portrait is because she was staring at herself for so long when she was when she was bedridden and when she is kind of trying to recover and so is literally like self reflection in these paintings. She's like. I'm looking test for inspiration. She's lying wounded trying to heal trying to make sense of things and so i feel like so much of these. These paintings a us really getting into what was going on in her head is just trying to make sense of this. There's one in particular when we spoke about during this podcast cold broken column which would have earmarked as as one to potentially about so. Why why the painting in particular for us is quite important in south the cornerstone of freedom of body of work a bank. One of the reasons. I love this painting. So much is Like the juxtaposition of priority and being exposed so just for reference. It's this painting of half from the waist up originally space to be naked but now at a sheets it could be a hospital bed. Sheet on covers Them skype naked from the waist. Up and it shows this cut away where you would see the spine and spinal crumbling white column so it quite powerful painting because even in the way that she standing like has showed the quite straight and she's looking directly at ye like that's something quite defiant of debt but it's also like incredibly vulnerable because you're sing her insides like this. In this crumbling white column signifies where the crippling injuries wide she would still suffer from and also in painting. She's kind of got these low nihil stock labor into a face and all over her body and and in this cavity bright scarlet behind this column and it should be this gruesome painting you know even in the way describing these words will kind of like really harrowing but as something seis stronger bites it even lou the column itself breaking inside the kind of shows a body isn't keeping her up keeping a well like it's the way that she's looking at the at the view and does have heads held high and i just think it's such an incredible image of resistance of like even if my body is Than my mind is not in my will not geno absolutely. And even we're she kind of placed yourself as well even the you said that she you know she's got this hospital. Bedsheet chemical structure voter waste but she standing in this or of various of jagged rockin landscape really kind of echoes the ruggedness of her audience. She has these very faint tiers of lightly of ruling dine her face but she's not in pain and voters can say that she so so strong and defiant and just completely resistant to to the pain. And it's just. It's an unbelievable unbelievable. It really is. I think is that. Yeah the tears and yet she still so composed and a i think it really does kind of like represent her full to cheat in la yano obsolete and this was painted quitely or not actually an carlos. Isis was painting that we're discussing was painted in nineteen forty four and just for anyone listening to the podcast has always only images. Discuss will be able to view on my instagram. Page on and aleve link to that was below. Also have a link to my website where you can view them. They are if you Instagram which absolutely fine. If you're doing and yet just i think for me. This is such an interesting work in after she'd gone through so much because as well like her personal life she said with them with her partner was incredibly tempestuous and very fiery as well as dealing with all these health issues there was also of not love loss for sabin it was. There was a low of a drama in her in her personal life. I'll yes he met rahman has no life but she didn't have anything he she fell in love with the guy who was this revolution rian. She fed up with him for his mind his all. Apparently i think there is some some references to him looking a bit like a you that he's a good looking guy and if you look any them she's this tiny little women and he's huge Yeah we'll miss quite great test man but he was. he was a real kind of fool within karen. I think that's what probably attracted had to him and And he was twenty is older her and they tried to have a baby and then she had a miscarriage so she kind of had to deal with that. Pain is well and the pain of all kids trails. So it's like a client. Life was littered with the whole takes one way or the other awesome When you see them both together they're very. They're very striking pair. They're very old pair. Our mother hated steagall Because he was so well established as she said he was twenty years her senior he was. He was quite a famous mutal painter in mexico because he was quite wealthy Her father approved proved at the monitor. She was like she can take care of but their their mother used to refer to them as the elephant and the nova Funny but also only mother-in-law's could really get away with something like costing is from now. I think he probably stick it on the chin but still that was definitely not a fan when you don. He hadn't offended readers sista. You do think among yeah. There's crossing the line no outs of the thank. You mentioned there. That feta actually suffered a miscarriage on. There's a very very famous painting that freedom need after her. Miscarriage is quite haunting actually in his code as.

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"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo's Art History Podcast

06:16 min | 10 months ago

"milford" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast

"To store a coat every single day on today's podcast. I sat down with. Rebecca mulford to talk about one of her favorite artists on a complete icon carlo as an historian. Few is somebody that i knew a little throat but i really couldn't set tone. Undiscussed are at length and and through on his knowledgeably as what roberta is a to do. And this podcast. We discussed her tempestuous relationship with her husband diego. Her life owed with pain due to an accident that she had when she was eighteen on. Also arctic outpour just home fortune. She was at shoeing really for the first time in our history. The pain and suffering that women go through just purely from being women. If you're anything like me you'll know leader as someone who is quite a cornick and someone that perhaps you don't know her by name but you definitely know her to cash is very distinctive in her facial features and she's very well known for having this incredible marlboro or various of distinct eyebrows. And she someone who spent a lot of her life painting self portraits because as feeder sits herself she was so often alone on it was the subject that she knew based so you need to sit back and relax as rebecca an idea into the resonable safe of the mexican painter. Carlo can't first and foremost why feta carlo. Why free gen us. I think she is nine. In popular culture these days is such a feminist icon and one of the most famous mexican painters and we all know from the the unit bri that the me it came when i took a trip to mexico at by four years ago i went to the the casper zoo. Which is the blue highest flesh. She spent a lot of her life. And it's ni- being turned into a museum and so these paintings a class and got a feeling the vibrancy in the the life in and we were lucky enough to have a guide. You could tell us a lot by free life. And he of revealed where locker inspiration comes from and high so much of is focused on this pain that she felt throughout my life based physical animation. And it just really really made made the kids. It's this self expression this beautiful all that comes from real true and like quite a average experience all throughout high life and yet it just really touched me that these pieces of work could be such an incredible legacy from someone that never shied away from death like she was presented with that. I saw much through her life. And i think that's why i love her. Paintings make us still slightly uncomfortable fast But then you really do kind of fill them tug it something deep within yeah because it's compliments representation of own mortality as well. Yeah absolutely and they have their son. Pain of scary surrealist nightmarish of vape to them. But you you really do need to sort of understand our box story. I think too so of really understands or Can still of star something. I really think once she saw understands the complete rule the coaster of her life A around her health. I'm completely tragic. But like she's an absolute shipper relations a complete warrior that she really kept going as something that i didn't really so i studied art history but we didn't really talk on her very much. When i was studying was actually the vienna. Especially if you years ago where i came across it was the These just recently uncovered all these incredible d- races and things that had been looked way and decreased of her husband eagle for fifty years after his day than it was when they phoned. All these things started during the Oughta came to the vienna. I just don't go with women's incredible. When i i completely get the fascination as with erlich. She's just she's just amazing. I need now that when you say. She's a tree paddock. She was such a warrior she had to live with this pain and these injuries that is desperately in love with this man. Da guy he'd have most as a cheat on with ryan sister. Even the extent that they ended up getting a divorce Off ten years of marriage but then she remarried him again later because it was like she couldn't without him she he was hooked to inflame waste but And she still created these amazing images. The seemed to the me have one in life in one for daf constantly. Like that's almost high. She seems to live to live. And i think you d sense of that when when you look at them when you explore the inspiration behind each one. That's an amazing. We subpoenaed actually one foot in life in one. That's just kind of like neil on the head for me. That's just exactly so. Can you tell us about feeders. Upbringing and her child to These health issues source stemmed from. Yes i mean enough. People attribute her interest in politics communism to when she might yego and that was a huge effect on her but she was like a very forward thinking women By strident in her own beliefs and right politically active at school. She joined the young communist league when she was young and the mexican communist party and she always kind of had this strong sense of well on a strong sense of self belief and Change i suppose but in one thousand nine hundred twenty five. When she was eighteen she was on a bus and it has a collision with a tram and is awful awful atrocious collision.

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Trump supporters in Milford and Brookline, NW of Boston, receive threatening letters

VB in the Middle

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Trump supporters in Milford and Brookline, NW of Boston, receive threatening letters

"We are not going to tolerate foreign interference in our elections or any criminal activity that threatens the sanctity of your vote, FBI director Christopher Wray. They say that Russia and Iran got access to U. S voter information. Some supporters of President Trump threatened locally with messages in the mail Police in Milford, New Hampshire, saying several people got letters that said their names were being entered into databases. And if the president loses the election and doesn't concede in November, they would face an attack in Brookline, New Hampshire, the people targeted did have public displays of support of

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Boston - Massachusetts Residents Urged To Report Sightings Of Spotted Lanternfly

WBZ Morning News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - Massachusetts Residents Urged To Report Sightings Of Spotted Lanternfly

"State agricultural officials urging all of us keep an eye out for an invasive pest known as thie. Spotted lantern fly. Residents urged to report any sightings to dead spotted lantern flies found in Milford. And in Norwood. Now these insects came to Massachusetts on material shipped from Pennsylvania counties that are under AH Spotted lantern fly quarantine. So if you see any of them, you might get them on landscaping materials, outdoor furniture plants, Check carefully there large and gray there about an inch long. They have black spots and red. Under wings. If you do see them get in touch with the State Agricultural Department. They have only been in the United States since 2014

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Second Grade Teacher Arrested On Child Pornography Charge in Milford, Boston

WBZ Midday News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Second Grade Teacher Arrested On Child Pornography Charge in Milford, Boston

"A second grade teacher in Milford, now facing child pornography charges. A Justice Department says Vincent Qi Zhou had about 6000 images of a parent child porn stored on a thumb drive. These charges carry a sentence of up to 20 years behind bars. A fine of 250,000 bucks. A detention hearing for Qi Zhou is set for

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Man Fined $1500 for Party

Jay Talking

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Man Fined $1500 for Party

"Facing a $1500 fine for throwing a party Here is WNBC TV Is Bill Shields. The apartment house in Milford was quiet today. Now back, No. One on the volleyball courts. But police say Saturday night there were about 200 people here. And scarcely a face mask in sight. It could be a super spreader event, which we're really hoping is not the case. The guy who threw the party has been fined $1500. Others in Milford are just hoping it doesn't turn their town into a hot spot. It is very story on people just need to be safe and think about others instead of just thinking about world frustrated. I think people should be, you know, just following the rules, neighbors say last weekend wasn't the first time they've had a Large crowd at that apartment. They say it happens almost every weekend. Before Kobe and during two here in the town. They Wasit body with 200. People is very upset for me over police

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"milford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"milford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Just to the south of Milford right now just small cells there in Cincinnati it is eighty nine degrees the reason for the low attendance at trump's rally being debated today after the campaign said they had over a million requests for tickets in less than half of the nineteen thousand seat arena was filled well reports have been indicating today that it was a prank on a social media site called tictoc to request tickets then not show up the trump campaign manager strongly reacted to that news releasing a statement in the last hour saying they were not duped they blamed the news media for constantly telling people to stay home because of the virus election day in the Commonwealth is Tuesday one polling location in each county except in Boone and Campbell counties which both agree to add one that to settle a lawsuit about polling places the man walking in queen's gate and killed has been identified sixty three year old Kenneth Walker the driver of the car that hit him and crash this is suspected to be impaired so far no charges have been filed Cincinnati police identifying the latest victim of homicide in the tri state in mount Auburn thirty seven year old Christopher Mertz died in the one I make that the two hundred block of McGregor Avenue about one thirty this morning if you've got any tips call crime stoppers the second letter was third demand is NBC's Larry call miss yesterday has the corona virus pandemic has just flipped the horse racing's Triple.

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"milford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"milford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Giving their all every day visit UC health dot com to learn how you can help our community it's following an earlier small plane's emergency landing on the highway northbound seventy five closed at the Ronald Reagan traffic right now slow back toward town street your best to avoid the area because traffic is being routed onto eastbound Ronald Reagan exiting on the northbound reading up to Glendale Milford very very common to see heavy slow spots in those areas you can exit out of the Norwood lateral and and takes north seventy one to seventy five to avoid the area completely you can get off at paddock head north to Glendale Milford and then east back to seventy five there's an accident now on or excuse me construction has the right lane closed westbound seventy four at the Ohio Indiana line and stop and go traffic once you cross into Indiana there I'm rob Williams news radio seven hundred WLW album his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center during this challenging time advanced dentistry would like to say thank you to all the health care workers and folks on the front lines out there you are appreciated chance of showers tonight with a low of thirty nine degrees more rain tomorrow a high of fifty five sunny and cool on Saturday a high in the mid fifties another chance of rain on Sunday mainly afternoon high in the upper fifties radar shows scattered clouds seeing a little bit of rain just west of Lawrenceburg right now it is fifty degrees you heard about it in traffic this person that will bring the plane down safely and again I can go rushing into a concrete barrier but all of the damage probably minimal compared to what it could have been did not strike any vehicle Cincinnati police lieutenant Steve Saunders giving an update on the small plane that made an emergency landing on I. seventy five near Ronald Reagan just before noon today no major damage to any cars in the area of the lack of traffic volume because of the stay at home or getting some credit for keeping people off the roads in that spot the pilot reportedly.

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"milford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"milford" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The town of Milford WBZ's Madison Rogers has the latest on this story Milford fire chief bill to E. says his town ordered thirty thousand medical gowns from China to be sent largely to Milford regional Medical Center at the last minute before the product ever left China what we were told it was the federal government had come in and they were basically buying up everything they could get their hands on chief too he says there's a misconception that FEMA's hijacking shipments in the US which FEMA regional administrator captain Ross Webster also denies it being distributed totally within the United States is not being seized when we brought it by FEMA reported from the commandeering or re routing such supplies falls some town city and state officials still say they're in competition with the federal government and with each other a tragic reality when so many lives are on the line Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio there is growing concern the homeless population in Boston is spreading the virus without even knowing it WBZ's James Rowe Haas tells us is spreading a symptomatically of the three hundred and ninety seven people tested at pine street in about a third came back positive for cove in nineteen never showing symptoms no one expected this degree of a symptomatic spread Dr Jim o'connell as president of the Boston health care for the homeless program we worry about what happened what is happening in shelters all across the country with no one is being tested X. unless you have a symptom so if it's if I'm treating is typical of what may be going on in other search cities we have a major problem and how to control the and contain the virus he says unlike most people the homeless can't practice mitigation efforts like washing hands on a regular basis or staying alone with no resources he says universal testing is the best option James R. O. hasta you Beezy Boston's newsradio and another example of how insidious this novel viruses most of the sailors on board the USS Theodore Roosevelt who tested positive for covert nineteen showed no symptoms of infection were hearing these stories more and more of this a symptomatic spread that is why testing is so critical in Springfield police commissioner Cheryl clubroot has reinstated five officers who were suspended all part of the so called Nathan bill's case do you recall that that was back in twenty fifteen where the off duty officers were accused of getting into a fight with civilians at Nathan bill's restaurant well the mayor Domenic Sarno Sarno in Springfield says we need all hands on deck during this pandemic so the officers will be back at work they will not get back pay though until their court cases are resolved in the midst of the pandemic thousands of health care workers are immigrants who are allowed to work legally because of the daca program and president trump cancel this program three years ago now but the status of these workers has been up in the air as a challenge that went before the Supreme Court a decision could come down any day now but as they wait these workers continue fighting the pandemic on the front lines ABC's Devin Dwyer has more Florida paramedic Aldo Martinez long days in high stress are the new normal for about eighteen hours of coal after Cole Martinez is one of an estimated thirty thousand immigrant physicians nurses technicians and aides who have U. S. work permits through daca those immigrant workers on the frontline now facing an uncertain.

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"milford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"milford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"My cast receive forty to Milford and Alexandria this is the largest volume Ford dealer in the tri state and let them see you time and money number one for weeks and that's my cast receive board into the stretch run with Mr Botha coated gives the final half hour and that is the final half hour for you to get in on the women if you'd like you south of fifty percent off coded to motor K. O. T. E. dot com got to get the correct answer to one of Mr motor coach George Washington trivia questions tonight to end the current question is an what did Washington borrow for his you know all right Jeff what did George Washington borrow for his inauguration I'm gonna have to take your data sets us center G. sentence so the always wonder why they carved out of wood backed in that they have a they were not Carter would know that was that we were always led to believe they were carved out of wood Egyptians were made from human or animal he and I agree or let that would limit all right yeah sounds a little okay another one of the questions in this book spoiler future trivia because Jeff got drunk driving tonight out running or what you're doing yes I am I made it home I am just on the bottom side of Cleveland all right how long you been around you know I rolled out about nine thirty at night are online all right so you get almost every night all right well thank you for checking in with us here and carry on we appreciate you calling us here in America is tracking network always love to hear from truck drivers heavy duty heavy duty forces the liver the shortest and doctoral speech ever only a hundred thirty three words the reason was we only had one to sit in his mouth at the time good investing very well he could not speak very well and so he only his speech was only hurt thirty three words and a lot of the listing because there was no teeth all the fun and play as a matter of fact he had trouble saying certain words no kidding yeah well we all know one of the longest inaugural speeches was given by William Henry Harrison the eighth president of the United States and it was on a bone chilling day and he didn't dress appropriately and get the mony and died thirty one days later short shortest of all the presidencies and William Henry Harrison is buried about the old maybe twenty five miles from here twenty five miles west of here little town called north bend Ohio and that's because he used to own north bend and everything about fifty miles around he was a war hero William Henry Harrison was a war hero and was awarded back down they don't have the money to pay people just like George they awarded him land because there was plenty of it back then and William William Henry Harrison was awarded what they used to call back then the northwest territories which included most of southwest Ohio and half a southeastern Indiana that was all his but he never got to enjoy it because after he was elected president he gave the a like a two hour inauguration speech in bone chilling cold didn't have a top coat caught pneumonia died thirty one days after his inauguration there is a little presidential trivia for you know that there you go we're familiar with here in Cincinnati because he's buried here all right so the current question is what did Washington borrow for his inauguration well we want to wrap this one up here we want to award to at least one of my last code and that right let me see hello hold on a second how bout how bout a little help here how bout a little little hands general Kelly got a chill he'd marry him Washington married integrate well okay so something that maybe the wife had that he used in his inauguration all right.

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"milford" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"milford" Discussed on WTVN

"With Johnson in Milford New Hampshire a week ahead of that state's primary luminary results put booted judge neck and neck with Bernie Sanders who is also anticipating his own success in Iowa today the senators frustration was palpable we should all be disappointed there's no excuse for not having results last night Elizabeth Warren declaring partial results from the Iowa Democratic Party is just not good enough I think they ought to get it together and release the data but former vice president Joe Biden perhaps looking to put Iowa behind him saying there's no rush the state's Democratic Party chairman Troy price assuring voters the data is accurate took the steps we felt was necessary but we found a coding error last night once we discovered some irregularities as the results start to come maybe see news is not projecting a winner in the Iowa caucuses we're getting a look at the guest list for tonight's state of the union on the list released by the White House the family of a service member who was killed by a roadside bomb the White House says was supplied by Qassem Soleimani sibling of an American who was killed by an undocumented immigrant the deputy border patrol chief and the chief of police in Caracas Venezuela ABC's Karen Travers at the White House Senate Republicans and Democrats are still arguing over the impeachment trial Majority Leader Mitch McConnell hard to believe that house Democrats ever really thought this reckless and precedent breaking process would yield sixty seven votes to cross the Rubicon members will vote tomorrow afternoon on two articles of impeachment against the president to charter flights with American citizens are expected to leave Wuhan China soon bound for Travis Air Force base in California those on board will be screened and then quarantine for fourteen days your listening to ABC news balance of nature changing the world one life at a time news radio six ten WTVN Alison why it's after an up tick in gun violence in the capital city Columbus police chief Thomas Quinlan says more needs to be done to stop the violence got to control the amount of gun violence is occurring it's just early in February and we're seeing these numbers already for this year is not sustainable we have to get a handle on gun violence after recent Brasser shootings he is calling on community members to report gun violence that they see and not be complicit the trial of the man accused of murdering a twenty four year old Columbus woman started today prosecutors say Anthony pardon broke into Rachel Anderson's Columbus apartment in January of twenty eight teen then kidnapped raped and killed a young woman and hid her body in a closet over a hundred of Macy's stores are soon to be shuttered as that of Sparkman store chain announced they're also cutting over two thousand corporate jobs in their downtown Cincinnati headquarters in moving the headquarters to New York the company hopes the move will stabilize things for the moving forward and allow the company to grow and eleven dogs and one cat died in a fire that broke out this afternoon at home on the city's west side it happen in the fourteen hundred block of brook forest drive around two o'clock Columbus fire crews say two dogs that did survive the fire no humans were injured radio six ten WTVN sports mark Dantonio has stepped down as head coach of the Michigan state football team is retirement comes the same day as attorneys for former football staffer Curtis Blackwell alleged Antonio orchestrated multiple NC double a recruiting violations in thirteen seasons with the Spartans Dantonio one three big ten titles mark Trussell service interim while Michigan state looks for a new head coach the Detroit Free Press says Luke Fickell is the favorite to replace Dantonio Wednesday is national signing day in college football in college hoops Ohio state is on the road Sunday verses Wisconsin this OSU basketball update is brought to you by Alcatel if a medical mistake because you injury call one eight hundred elka Ohio Buckeyes badgers tip off from the call center Sunday at one the lady bug eyes are on the road Thursday versus Illinois in the NHL the Columbus blue jackets put center Alexander when Burke on injured reserve late Monday with an upper body injury the twenty five year old center is expected to miss three to four weeks in the NFL citing revenue woes the Jacksonville Jaguars will play back to back games in London next season and in baseball the hall of fame will not release the name of the one voter who left Derek Jeter off their ballot from the central Ohio Honda dealer sports desk air research newsradio six ten WTVN I'm Alison Wyant man I don't know what it is about the kitchen that it becomes the gathering place it is the heart of the family it's the place in the house where everybody always ends up being it's the heart of the.

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Ja Rule dismissed from $100M lawsuit brought by Fyre Festival attendees

All Of It

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Ja Rule dismissed from $100M lawsuit brought by Fyre Festival attendees

"The American rapper Joe rule has been cleared of wrongdoing in relation to the ill fated fire festival he had been the co defendant in a hundred million dollar class action in New York City board bite festival attendees who argued that he bought tickets to the event because of post on his social media accounts to Milford has more it's been cold the ultimate millennial scam and has been the focus of two documentaries in two thousand seventeen more than five thousand people bought tickets to a luxury music festival on the private island of the lake drug kingpin Pablo Escobar with tickets costing up to twelve thousand dollars they expected son Danzig and social media ready snaps in front of some of the biggest music stars in the world instead they got cold cheese sandwiches and sold mattresses in Bailey habitable tense the five festival made fools out of thousands but not a New York court has declared because of rapid jaw rules involvement he co founded the festival with the now convicted scammer Billy McFarland who was found guilty of wire fraud in two thousand eighteen and is serving six years in prison John rule has always argued he too was tricked by miss McFarland and according to John rules lawyer the ruling is nothing short of a complete vindication the plaintiffs have failed to convince the court that they had both tickets directly because of job role social media posts but the lawsuit continues as does the battle to compensate the festivals many victims Mr McFarland remains a

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STEMinists: Mildred Dresselhaus

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:42 min | 2 years ago

STEMinists: Mildred Dresselhaus

"Stem inist has been deemed the queen of Carbon Science for her pioneering during work in the fundamental properties of carbon she was the first woman appointed professor and Professor America physics and electrical engineering at MIT and she helped to kickstart the field of nanotechnology. We're talking about the one and only mildred Drexel House v was born on November Eleventh Nineteen thirty in Brooklyn New York. She was the daughter of Polish Jewish. Immigrants Mildred mildred grew up in the Bronx and was a gifted violinist. She went to high school at Hunter College High School and got her Undergrad degree at Hunter College in Nineteen fifty one she majored in math and physics and almost completed a third major and chemistry she then received a highly procedures Fulbright Fellowship for Postgraduate but studies at Cambridge at the time women who excelled in the sciences often became a lower level science teachers mildred was counseled not to do so by future Nobel Prize winner Rosal in yellow and decided instead to continue her education in addition to completing her fulbright mildred also got a masters asters degree from Harvard University and a PhD from University of Chicago in Chicago mildred who often went by Millie met Jean Russell House in the two married and had four children with her doctorate in hand mildred decided to continue her career at higher education she taught at Cornell University before for moving to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It's really exceptional as a woman in science in the Mid Twentieth Century military taught at such prestigious sieges universities she was hired as a visiting professor of electrical engineering in nineteen sixty seven and receive tenure at Mit just a year later she she was the first woman to do so at the institution and was the first woman to be appointed to the role of MIT institute professor in Nineteen Eighty Five. That's an honor that's been and held by some of the greatest minds of our time. All in all mildred had an illustrious fifty seven year career at Mit. She spent most of that time studying the properties of carbon and other electro conductive materials so carbon turned out to be extremely interesting system. It also turned out to be a system. Nobody else cared about for many years so I had to myself. Her research is difficult to understand because of its complexity laxity but at its most basic milton studied carpet in all its forms including its electric energy structure among the many facets of of her work. She tested out the properties of carbon when interwoven with other materials for example. If you stitch carbon and an alkali metal together where it becomes a superconductor military it was also the first to come up with the idea of rolling a single layer of carbon atoms into a hollow tube or what we know today as a Nano Tube. It's a primary component of nanotechnology. Milford was also known for her work on graphite. Her production action of a very thin graphite has allowed portable electronics to be added everywhere from clothing to cell phones suffice it to say today we are surrounded led by manifestations of miltiades work mildred received innumerable honors including the National Medal of Science and the Presidential Medal of freedom and our influence is all around us in the cars we drive the energy generate the electronic devices that power lives a new generation walking the path that millie blazed around the year two thousand one motored was appointed director of the Office of Science at the US Department of Energy. Several physics theories bear her last name in addition to cultivating her own success mildred was dedicated to supporting other women in stem. She Co organized the women's for him at Mit in nineteen seventy one talk about women in science and engineering. She called science an endless frontier. Her Genius was also recognized. Nice in a General Electric ad campaign asking what a female scientists were celebrities what if movie drizzle House the first woman to win the national based on metal of science and engineering famous any celebrity at Wfan. We think they should be mill passed away. On February twentieth twenty seventeen at the age of eighty six. I should think science the Si- The or giving me. This nice life

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Man accused of doing doughnuts at Trump golf course also charged in Taylor Swift break-in

Steve Trevelise

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Man accused of doing doughnuts at Trump golf course also charged in Taylor Swift break-in

"The same man who authorities say broken to Taylor swift's New England mansion a week ago is accused of ripping up trump national golf course in Bedminster twenty six year old Richard McEwan of Milford was arrested today after police tight is carted two separate incidents were car spun out donuts on the golf course the cost almost twenty grand in

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Man accused of doing doughnuts at Trump golf course also charged in Taylor Swift break-in

John Batchelor

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Man accused of doing doughnuts at Trump golf course also charged in Taylor Swift break-in

"Thirty say the young man who broke into Taylor swift's Rhode Island home last week is in trouble in New Jersey cops say Richard McEwing vandalize president trump's golf course in Bedminster some account of the Somerset County prosecutor's office is handling the in Korea after someone spotted the twenty six year old doing donut loops on the golf course last Tuesday and again on Sunday the Q. one was already out on bail involving this with incident he was arrested today at his home in Milford and charged with criminal

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"milford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"milford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cast receive boarded Milford in Alexandria this is the largest volume for dealer in the tri state and let them see you time and money number one four weeks and that's my cast Russi Ford traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati looks like Florida may avoided directed all together from hurricane Dorian this is the eight o'clock report I'm sandy Collins breaking now the new projected path shows hurricane Dorian heading north before hitting Florida ABC's Alex stone is in fort Lauderdale the latest tracks offer lots of relief to many people here in South Florida with hurricane force winds extending only thirty miles out of the I. it means this area of Florida could avoid the brunt of the storm still Florida is not out of the woods tropical storm force winds are still likely and what are called king tides it could cause flooding along the beaches but not a direct hit likely anymore has lots of folks here breathing a bit easier today still millions of people in Florida along with the states Walt Disney World and prince either a president Donald trump's Mar a Lago resort have been in the potential cross hairs of the hurricane will continue to follow the latest traffic and weather together interstates looking really good this morning there are no crashes to report and no unusual delays the album reviews forecasts from the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation learn more at no fear dentist dot com partly cloudy with a chance showers today high of eighty four just a few clouds in sixty six overnight for tomorrow a fifty fifty percent chance of rain high of eighty six and for Labor Day same thing high in the mid eighties right now we're looking at sixty four degrees news is a service of Kerry automotive.

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"milford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"milford" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Chevrolet in Milford currently the Cincinnati health department is investigating a potential possible but extremely unlikely case of measles in our city Melba Moore is the health commissioner she and other medical experts at a news conference this afternoon to talk about what they're calling a possible but unlikely case of measles in the city Dr Sharon Hutchins as an epidemiologist our intentions right now are to be very cautious and act as if this could be measles even though we are fully expecting the confirmatory testing to come back as negative she says they know where the person in question was during the possible contagious period and they are contacting people individually the CDC has logged more than a thousand confirmed cases of measles in the U. S. so far this year though none of them have been confirmed in Ohio Ohio's ban on abortion once a fetal heart beat is detected put on hold today a federal judge issued that temporary order it was supposed to go into effect next week president trump reacting online to allegations of inhumane conditions at customs and border protection facilities holding migrants at the southern border the president pushing back a Democrat it's touring border detention centers saying migrants are getting proper care Mr trump tweeting quote our border patrol people are not hospital workers doctors or nurses the Democrats bad immigration laws which could be easily fixed or the problem Andy field ABC news Washington government investigators are calling for immediate action at those detention centers department of homeland security inspector general cited quote dangerous overcrowding photos taken at one facility show nearly ninety men being held in a cell with a maximum capacity of forty one on Wall Street today new record highs for the Dow nasdaq and S. and P. the Dow ending up two hundred forty nine points nasdaq added sixty one the S. and P. gained twenty three I'm Jack Crumley our next update at six thirty breaking news anytime newsradio seven hundred W. all is your home basement.

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What's Up with the New 'Tesla Tower'?

BrainStuff

06:00 min | 2 years ago

What's Up with the New 'Tesla Tower'?

"Hey, brain stuff listeners for all you fans of true crime investigations. There's a new podcast from glamour, and how stuff works Marcus Hanna. Devante Abigail, Jeremiah and Sierra were all black children adopted by two white women, Sarah and Jennifer heart. It looked as if the hearts were the perfect family, but their lives ended in a murder suicide. Car crash shocked their friends and made national headlines starting Semper forth with new episodes every Tuesday co host Justin and Elizabeth follow. The families beta journey. You can listen subscribe to broken hearts spelled H A R T S on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Bogle Bon here late in twenty eighteen APIs does called visit technologies. Formerly tech Saen completed a tower off of I thirty five near Milford, Texas with its laddis style. Structural supports and bulbous top it bears a distinct resemblance to Nikola Tesla's warden cliff tower sometimes called the tesla tower which was an ill-fated power project envisioned by the famous engineer in the early twentieth century the tower was meant to provide free energy all over the planet using wireless technology but instead wound up scrapped by creditors. After tesla couldn't pay the mortgage on the property visits vision statement, rendered in all caps on its website is to power the planet and bring light to the world indicating that its primary goal is indeed power related. They're aiming to offer epic trinity without traditional infrastructure as part of the partnership with Baylor University. If it's anything like tesla system, it could also offer new ways to send signals for radio communications. And. Global positioning systems, and it could bring city to the one point three billion people worldwide who don't have it and don't have the infrastructure to get it. According to company literature. The endeavor relies heavily on what are called zanuck surface waves these waves named for Jonathan Senic a twentieth century, physicist and electrical engineer are electromagnetic waves that harnessed earth surface is a sort of wave guide or conduit for electricity and communications signals so powerful that they enveloped the entire planet without the need for wires. Unlike so many other types of transmissions zanuck waves don't suffer degradation from challenges like solar flares lightning or other electromagnetic pulses sounds like a fairly straightforward corporate experiments so far right setup. Power transmitters in one location. And then the receivers in another tweet the variables of it. And then determine if you can make your theories work in real world conditions. The thing is when it comes to Nikola Tesla's legacy. Nothing is simple. His legend is fertile ground. Not only for real modern science. But also for fringe theories of all kinds down the rabbit hole. Wego let's review. In nineteen forty-three, tesla a brilliant possibly mentally ill. Scientist died in the hotel. He was living in US officials immediately seized the scientists research a partially in hopes of finding plans for a secret death-ray particle beam weapon. And of course, also to prevent access spies from getting their hands on any useful. Scientific revelations hundreds of pages of those documents were subsequently classified and went missing. It wasn't until two thousand sixteen that a freedom of information act. Forced authorities to unveil some of those papers it's possible that Tesla's tower had potential applications in some sort of particle Ray weapon, hence, the classified files. Some have even taken to calling device a piece Ray a kind of defense system that the war hating tesla created to prevent countries from attacking each other a powerful invisible. Wall of force that would keep enemies at bay without resorting to violence of bullets or bombs flash. Forward to modern times fringe, there's pounced. On the fact that to a visit technologies top leaders are ex-military with histories and ballistic missile defense. This at a time when the US commander in chief is speaking about a space-based missile defense system and the residence of Milford Texas, reasonably worried about the towers purpose. But there's more when tesla died in nineteen forty-three and US authorities snapped up his research, they called in a well, regarded electrical engineer from MIT to sift through the papers and note, anything useful. That engineer was Dr John g Trump uncle to President Donald Trump after valuating Tesla's work, John Trump scoffed at many of the geniuses ideas as speculative, but why then were these documents classified for so long? And is it just a coincidence that visits tower was constructed after Trump family member was elected to office? Visit technologies did not respond to the request of the house of works editorial staff for comment on the story. But Michael Taylor. Vice president of communications at visit had indicated. Located previously that the first rounds of testing involved low-power waves that wouldn't have any negative effects on humans or animals and has said that the company only wants to improve the lives of people in the community and quote the world around us. As of June two thousand eighteen the company had planned to conduct tests for perhaps six months to a year. And then use those results to reevaluate its future plans for further experiments as to what sort of plans, those might be. We'll just have to wait and see. Today's episode was written by Nathan Chandler and produced by Tyler clang for iheartmedia, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other electrifying topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Mating matters is why we do what we do. I'm Dr Wendy, Walsh, psychologist and relationship. Guru. And I've got a new podcast that explores the secret evolutionary motivation for human behavior. Mating matters listening. Subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to your podcasts.

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Two Massachusetts child flu deaths raise concern

Overnight Talk

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Two Massachusetts child flu deaths raise concern

"Our top local story to child flu related deaths in the state. Here's WBZ. TV's Christina Rex one child who died as a twelve year old Milford boy a student at Stacey middle school. His mother tells WBZ he got his flu shot, but still got sick and died quickly Wednesday night from a bacterial infection. The second child is a young girl from Middlesex County. Her death confirmed Friday by public officials health officials say the flu vaccine is the

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Jesuits name priests accused of sex abuse

Eddie and Rocky

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Jesuits name priests accused of sex abuse

"Right now five priests who worked in the Cincinnati area have been named as being accused of sex abuse in the past the midwest province of Jesuits, releasing the names today that date back that dates back sixty years on that list includes fathers, James Caan, Denmark, feminine Edward O'Brien, Donald nast old and Robert erpenbeck the five worked at Xavier Saint ex and a Jesuit school in Milford. When the accusations occurred Saint ex says that eight additional priests who were on the list did work at the school at one point just now when the accused when they were accused

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Mark Cuban to give $10 million to women's groups after probe faults Dallas Mavericks for workplace misconduct

AP News

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

Mark Cuban to give $10 million to women's groups after probe faults Dallas Mavericks for workplace misconduct

"Maverick's owner Mark Cuban is agreed to contribute ten million dollars to women's causes and domestic violence awareness AP's jewelry. Walker reports it's all part of the NBA's investigation into the teams workplace conditions. Dallas Mavericks outside investigator found a culture of sexual harassment and misconduct. Stretching nearly twenty years special counsel and Milford says owner Mark Cuban while not accused of inappropriate behavior needed to take a more hands on role with the organization there were errors that he made both in terms of the process in running the organization and in terms of the substantive decisions. He made mave CEO sent Marshall apologized and says significant changes have already been made. We are well on our way to transforming the culture, the NBA is requiring staffing in policy changes as well. As quarterly reports from the team,

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CBS CEO Les Moonves doesn't address allegations during earnings call

America's Truckin' Network

03:14 min | 3 years ago

CBS CEO Les Moonves doesn't address allegations during earnings call

"Looking good as well now, the latest forecast from The Exergen temporal scanner, weather, center I heart radio station, partly cloudy skies for the rest of this Friday morning and again if you're getting ready. To head out the door. Macy some fog on your. Way to work, if we're gonna be out in about early this morning by this afternoon the fog will burn off a slight chance of, rain and, storms otherwise partly sunny pretty nice day in the. Tri-state today's high eighty seven and, the weekend, absolutely beautiful sunny tomorrow sunny on Sunday with highs in the upper. Eighties sixty seven degrees news a service of progressive insurance and travelcenters of America mayor. John cranley says, he's not surprised that it judge temporarily halted a billboard tax that. He vetoed but city council overrode the judge stating the tax violates the, billboard owners and their clients I meant rights it wasn't a wonder syntax but a seven percent actually the for the businesses. That are affected it's pretty Wake up. And all, of a sudden your whole financial models changed without, much notice one of Cincinnati's biggest billboard companies. Norton outdoor advertising sued the city saying that on top of already turning, permit fees at unfairly targeted a few companies Lamar advertising is also. Sued, making similar claims as Norton Melissa Healy NewsRadio seven hundred wwl WCBS chairman les Moonves says commenting. For the, first time sorta kindness and. Sexual misconduct allegations surfacing, ABC news explains CVS, CEO les Moonves silent about the sexual misconduct allegations. Against. Him that have, rocked the network he's run for two decades speaking on a public earnings call only about CBS financials Nunez in control and praised by at least one investor unless it's. Amazing how much. You've diversified CVS revenue over, the last five years no one asking him about the New Yorker. Expose were Six women came forward accusing him of offenses ranging from unwanted advances to sexual assault this as CBS. Hires two prominent female attorneys to look into claims against him and the culture at CVS. Earlier this week CVS films president Terry press struggling to reconcile the moon as she knows with the allegations posting this statement I. Do not believe that. It is my place to question the accounts put forth. By the, women but I do find myself. Asking that if we are examining the industry, as it existed decades before through. The lens of twenty eighteen should, we also discuss path to learning reconciliation and forgiveness ABC's Eva pilgrim reporting county commissioners. Will be holding a special session later this month to review the preliminary development agreement, with FC Cincinnati for a new practice facility in Milford, commissioners have been asked to approve a one percent increase to the lodging tax. To help reimburse the cost of buying the land the Expressway park softball complex, was bought out earlier this summer with help. From the city of Milford FC Cincinnati plans, to spend an additional thirty million dollars. Building their practice facility there commissioners will hear public comment at this month's hearing that will take place August. Fourteenth.

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CBS CEO Les Moonves doesn't address allegations during earnings call

America's Truckin' Network

02:55 min | 3 years ago

CBS CEO Les Moonves doesn't address allegations during earnings call

"Pretty, good start to your Friday partly cloudy skies with some fog possible later this morning overnight. Lows sixty seven by this afternoon. A slight chance of rain. Maybe a storm, or to otherwise partly sunny eighty seven and how about the weekend lots of sunshine both days with highs in the upper. Eighties currently, seventy degrees news a service of a wider providing. Truck insurance for over forty years, and travelcenters, of America mayor John cranley says he's not surprised that a judge. Temporarily halted a billboard tax that he vetoed city council overrode the judge stating tax. Violates the billboard, owners and their clients I mend meant rights it wasn't a one. Percent tax but a seven percent for the. Businesses that are affected, it's -nificant wake up and all of a sudden your. Whole financial models changed without much, notice what am Cincinnati's biggest billboard companies Norton. Outdoor, advertising sued the city saying that on, top of already turning. Permit fees at UNC Unfairly targeted a few companies Lamar advertising, also sued making similar claims, as Norton Melissa neeley NewsRadio seven, hundred wwl wwl's UBS. Chairman les Moonves says comments? For the first, time since sexual misconduct allegations surface CBS CEO, les Moonves as silent, about the sexual misconduct allegations against him that have rocked the network he's run for two. Decades. Speaking on a, public earnings call only about CVS financials Moonves has in control and praised by at least, one investor less it's amazing how much you've diversified CVS says revenue. Over the last three. To five years no one asking, him about the New Yorker expose were six women came. Forward accusing him of offenses ranging from unwanted advances to sexual assault this as CBS hires two prominent female attorneys to look into claims against him and the culture at CVS earlier this week CBS films president Terry press struggling To reconcile the. Nunez she knows with the allegations posting this statement I do not believe that it is, my place to question, the accounts. Put forth by the. Women but I do find myself asking that if. We are examining the industry as it existed decades, before through the, lens of two thousand eighteen should we also discuss a path to learning reconciliation and forgiveness ABC's Eva pilgrim reporting Clermont county commissioners will be holding a special. Session later this month to. Review the preliminary development agreement with FC Cincinnati for a, new practice facility in Milford commissioners have been asked to approve a. One percent increase to the lodging. Tax to help reimburse the cost of buying the land. The expressway park softball complex was bought out earlier this summer. With help from, the city of Milford, FC Cincinnati plans to spend an additional. Thirty million dollars building their practice facility there commissioners will hear public comment at this month's hearing that will..

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