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Fresh update on "mondays" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Barr and this is Bloomberg any. All right, thank you, Michael It's 5 ten on Wall Street time now for the sports report brought to you by tri state Audi. Here's John stash hour. All right, Amy, the mets drafted Brandon nimmo in the first round back in 2011. He's developed into a solid center Fielder both at the plate and in the field and the mets are keeping them in 8 year deal for a $162 million, which means the mets payroll in 2023 is likely to be around 320 million far and away the most in baseball history mets have also signed veteran reliever David Robertson. What a few days for Baker Mayfield once the first pick of the draft, he was the week one starter for Carolina released Monday by the Panthers claimed on waivers Tuesday by the rams Mayfield had one practice with his new team and then played the entire game last night and threw a game winning touchdown pass with ten seconds left the rams ended a 6 game losing streak 1716 over the Raiders. Giants winless in their last three games and Sunday in comes Philadelphia at 11 and one 5 O on the road and led by quarterback Jalen hurts 5 years ago, hertz led Alabama to the national championship giants coach Brian Gable was then
Election Fraud Arguments Don't Work in Arizona and Georgia
"Lots of speculating all the armchair, the Sunday morning, analysts are the Monday morning armchair quarterbacks are going to come out of the woodwork. It's Trump, look at the and here's something that I admit is hard to shake off. It's hard to ignore the fact that every Georgia Republican running for office in the entire state won except Herschel and every one of those Republicans criticized or contradicted the election integrity argument. And I'm going to say something that is painful. I don't like to say it. I don't like to acknowledge it. And I invite you to challenge me. I don't mind. In fact, this is a day where you want to challenge me challenge away. I hope you'll call me. Because it seems pretty clear to me. That whether it's Georgia or Arizona, the drum beat of election fraud focus doesn't work. And we're going to have to acknowledge that it's time to look ahead rather than look behind. And I hate it because I'm as disgusted with Democrats, manipulating election laws to suit their needs, they used early voting. They used mail in ballots, drop boxes, all the garbage they came up with and what we did is we rejected all of that. We don't like early voting as Republicans. We don't like mail in ballots. And we lost.
Fresh "Mondays" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"42° in chantilly 43 Columbia 45 pin quarter. We're at 42 and holding in our nation's capital, where the time now on WTO P is three 41, good morning. This is WTO news. Heartfelt, farewells this week at RFK stadium as workers remove the last orange seats from the stadium's lower bowl and one of those paying tribute this week was a Super Bowl winning quarterback. You know, so many memories in here. Doug Williams former Washington commander's quarterback. I'm looking around and thinking about walking off the field and the fans could hit you in the head. This was the right size for a football field. He says it got the job done. We hosted. 5 NFC championships. And we won all 5 that led to three Super Bowl champions. Go ask planned the stadium here will be flattened by the end of next year. At RFK, Christy king WTO pre news. Three 41. I love the winter okay, so locally, who is the Scrooge in Tacoma park that has neighbors asking, where did their Christmas trees go? You're a mean one. Mister Grinch. The 6 stolen trees worth about $400 disappeared sometime late Monday night or early Thursday morning from the Tacoma park volunteer fire department's tree lot and the 200 block of Ethan Allen avenue, those
Legal challenges to election results could be ahead in Arizona
"Arizona has certified the state's midterm election results. After weeks of drama, top Arizona officials, including governor Doug ducey, signed off on the 2022 midterm election results Monday at a signing ceremony in Phoenix. This is a responsibility. I do not take lightly. Several counties delayed their certification, but were unable to prove claims of election fraud, Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a Democrat who is now the governor elect, took rural hold out cochise county to court last week securing a judge's order after supervisors there blew past their deadline. False claims that undermine our democracy remain prevalent. Audio courtesy, ABC 15 Arizona
Fresh update on "mondays" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Now we'll see buffalo could prove me wrong in the next two weeks, but those four teams, plus buffalo as the wild card, those are 5 really good teams that I think would be all be fun in the Super Bowl, right? Let me tell you, we had Thanksgiving Day, which was like three really good matchups and it seems kind of figure themselves out. 42 million people watched the Giants and the cowboys on Christmas Eve, the eagles play the cowboys, which might decide the NFC east. Holy. It'll be great. That's gonna be a massive number. And then a crazy stroke of good luck for the Monday Night Football folks. And I know Disney and ESPN are on far better place with the NFL than they might have been a decade ago when they're getting a game like this. Buffalo Cincinnati on a Monday night game January 2nd. So like we have two monster regulars. By the way, that can be for everything. It's great. So before we get to the playoffs, we still have those two massive regular season games, and that's not even including the week 18 slate, which is all the divisional battles that it could be up for grabs and in a lot of ways. Well, the reason I wanted to lead with San Francisco other than I think it's fascinating. And I think they're going to be better than people as a watch party, so maybe a little biased. I love the niners this week against the bucks. And we're going to talk about that after the break. This episode of the Bill Simmons podcast is brought to you by Uber eats when it's game day, I order all my favorite game day foods with Uber eats. My go to delivery service because they're also the official on demand food delivery partner.
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Josh rowntree and other comeback win for Tom Brady this time on Monday Night Football. More from correspondent to any cap. Tom Brady hits Rashad white on a 6 yard touchdown pass with three seconds left to help the Buccaneers edge the saints 1716, Brady and the bucks overcame a 13 point fourth quarter deficit to improve to an NFC south by 6 and 6, a game and a half clear of the falcons. Yeah, it was good, you know? We got a lot of games coming down to the end and some we won some we've lost, which is why we're 6 and 6. So not where we want to be, but we'll keep fighting. The touchdown with three seconds left was the latest game winner in Brady's 23 year career and the second 13 point fourth quarter comeback with the other being the Patriots infamous Super Bowl 50 win over the falcons. In the NBA, Boston got by Toronto one 16 one ten Jayson Tatum had a game high 31 points, but tipped his cap to some of his new teammates for their help in the win. We got some new guys on the team this year, but they're great guys, great teammates. Guys are really smart. That fit in perfectly. And we all just compliment each other. Memphis got by Miami one O one 93 as tyus Jones had 28 points and ten boards. We're all in this together. You never know how things can shake up. And guys got to be ready when their name is called. So we prepare like that every single day. And then again, nice like tonight. Our reasons why. On the ice Vegas got by Boston and they shoot out four three as golden knights coach Bruce Cassidy beat his former team 6 months after being fired by Boston. Something that'll get choked up about, obviously, probably in about three seconds. But like I said, I appreciate it. It's that simple. I appreciate it. You know, I do what I could here to help the team win. Now it's on to Vegas and what I can there. And some major reported signings in baseball's free agency, Justin Verlander to the mets on a two year deal worth over 43 million per season and Trey Turner to Philly on an 11 year $300 million deal. I'm Josh rowntree AP sports.
North Korea fires artillery again over South's drills
"North Korea says its forces will fire off more artillery into the sea as South Korea conducts its own artillery exercises. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest in the tensions between the two Koreas. The South Korean army is conducting live fire exercises involving multiple rocket launching systems and howitzers in testing grounds in the choir one region, which borders North Korea. The scheduled to conclude Wednesday in a statement the North Korean People's Army general staff says its instructed frontline units on the east and West Coast of the Peninsula to fire artillery as a warning after it detected the South Korean fire. The north did the same thing Monday firing about 130 rounds into the water, South Korea's joint chiefs of staff says those North Korean shells fell in buffer zones, created in 2018 to reduce military tensions. I'm Ben
Jury begins deliberating in criminal tax fraud trial of 2 Trump companies
"Jury deliberations have carried into another day in the trial of former president Donald Trump's company. I Norman hall. Prosecutors have asked the New York jury to convict the Trump organization of criminal tax fraud, the firm is accused of helping executives Dodge personal income taxes on perks such as Manhattan apartments and luxury cars. The jury got the case Monday after hearing weeks of testimony from 7 witnesses including the company's longtime finance chief Allen weisselberg, the panel deliberated for about four hours in return to the courtroom with a question just
December serving up baked Alaska and warming most of Arctic
"It's been a warm December in Alaska. I'm Lisa dwyer. Much of the Arctic is in a burst of freak December warming, temperatures in Alaska's northernmost community hit 40° Monday morning. That's not only a record by 6°, but it's also the warmest that that region has seen on record from late October to late April, a couple of days ago, Greenland hit 54°. Scientists say some of it is random weather from storms, and some of it is from low sea ice, open water acts as a heating pad in the Arctic in the winter on Sunday the Arctic as a whole averaged 11.5° warmer than the 1979 to 2000 average temperature. I'm Lisa dwyer
A Timeless Podcast
"So I want to ask you, there's nothing like this and that's not a compliment. It's just a statement of fact. There are many wonderful podcasts. I never claim that my radio show is better than everybody else's or I don't think that way. I want to make a contribution. But if something is unique, it is unique. The openness and honesty and exploration of life. Not to mention the age difference which one would think on paper is significant and turns out to be essentially insignificant to both of us, which it's really beautiful. It's a human show. That's the best way to put it. So anyway, I wanted to ask you, you finally have begun your own show. You don't you're not calling it a podcast. Is that correct? I'm calling it a show because it's a live on YouTube, and then it also is on the Salem news channel. And then it's in podcast form. So it's a podcast or a show or a streaming show. So how long do you devote to each? I devote about 45 minutes and just like Dennis and Julie started off in the 30 minute to 45 minute range. I'm hoping that it will grow. But also, if I can be concise with the news in my commentary, I don't want to keep people longer than they would do. It's Tuesday through Friday. So Dennis and Julie's on Mondays and then the remaining days of the week I'm doing timeless.
N. Korea fires artillery near border in warning to S. Korea
"South Korea's military says North Korea has fired about 130 suspected artillery rounds into the water, near their western and eastern sea borders. South Korea's joint chiefs of staff say the weapons fell within the northern side of buffer zones, created under the 2018 integrand agreement to reduce military tensions. There's been, though, no immediate reports of shells falling inside South Korean territorial waters. The south's military says it communicated a verbal warning to the north over the firings and urged it to abide by the agreement the north's firings are possibly a response to the south's artillery exercises scheduled for Monday to Wednesday near an inland border town. I'm Charles De
Saudi Arabia CMA Greenlights Regulations for Market Making
"6 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Saudi Arabia's CMA greenlights regulations for market making. LTP class Guatemala normal guat on Monday, the Saudi Arabia capital market authority to finance magnates dot com tech mcquaid target cop line quat requa follow quats multi tag announced it approved new regulations and procedures regarding marketing making, proposed by the local Saudi Ottawa finance magnates dot conference to exchange a quad target quad plank what it caught 7 65 D.C. one C 8 6 5 two four 9 9 8 four one two 6 two 5 8 TFF three 7 7 one quote classical room's main term quote stock exchange tagged LTP tail TP class Guadalajara caught the new regulatory framework regulations of market making and market making procedures, focuses on regulating securities market makers and mems. The law covers activities related to the placement of buy or sell orders at market openings to guarantee liquidity for relevant stock market instruments class Guatemala normal caught the CMA requires a market maker to be a cash or derivatives market member and spell out procedures and rules to separate market making activities from other market actions that the regulated entity performs LTP GTL TP class Guatemala normal quad additionally, MMS must meet several new requirements of the CMA. These include establishing an account with the securities depository center and securities clearing center company. All of the market maker a positivity must remain in compliance with the local law and capital markets LTP GTL TP class Guatemala normal caught Monday apos approval of market making rules is another step by the Saudi regulator to fully exploit the potential of the investment industry in the country by increasing its liquidity and volume dot LTP LTP class Guatemala normal quack quack the market maker must assign a depository center account where applicable and as CCP account limited to conducting market making. Activities on a specific security or specific securities in accordance with the market making agreement quote the new market making regulations stated LTP GTL TP class Guatemala normal quad dynamic growth of Tata will told classical normal Qatari stock exchange or tadu was founded in 2007 as a joint stock company, but in formal stock trading began in 1954. Currently, it is one of the biggest exchanges in the world, placing it in the 11th spot between the London stock exchange LSE and the Toronto stock exchange TSC in terms of overall market capitalization 3.05 trillion LTP GTL TP class Guatemala normal quad however. Local investors are not only interested in the traditional market, but also in financial technology, the finance magnates dot com sphincter quad target coop lane quad 8 9 one three four 7 5 E four 5 F three 8 B three B two E 73 7 three three 9 one quote. Classical terms candere term kot FinTech tagged. Finance magnates dot com techno Sato FinTech sector attracted three 47 million in the last 12 months squad according to a report published last year tagged, the regional FinTech sector attracted nearly 350 million in capital over the course of 12 months LTP LTP class Guatemala normal caught meanwhile, a survey from July of this year finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency reveals a high crypto adoption radium on Saudi Arabian squad shadow tag high levels of cryptocurrency. Adoption among tahr quad finance magnates dot com take Saudi Arabia quad Saudi Arabia posit residents 3 million residents on cryptocurrencies or have been transacting them in 2022, representing 14 of the country apos adult population LTP GT. This article was written by Damien schmill at WWW finance magnates dot com.
CRO Price Cronos Pumps Over 12, Why This Could Be The Start of Bigger Rally
"5 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. CRO price kronos pumps over 12, why this could be the start of bigger rally CRO price started a fresh increase from the 0.062 support zone. Chronos bowls are now aiming a strong move towards the 0.094 level in the near term. CRO price started a decent increase above the 0.065 resistance against the U.S. dollar. The price is trading above 0.070, and the 100 simple moving average four hours. There was a break above a major bearish trendline with resistance at 0.0650 on the four hours chart of the crossed pair data source from coinbase. The pair could continue to rise towards the 0.080 and 0.094 resistance levels. Chrono CRO price size fresh rally, this past month, Cronus price found support near the 0.0615 zone against the U.S. dollar. CRO formed a base above the 0.0615 and 0.0620 levels before it started a fresh increase. There was a clear move above the 0.0650 resistance zone, and the 100 simple moving average four hours to move into a positive zone besides there was a break above a major bearish trendline with resistance at 0.0650 on the four hours chart of the crust pair the price is now trading above 0.070 and the 100 simple moving average four hours outperforming Bitcoin and Ethereum. On the upside and immediate resistance is near the 0.074 level it is close to the 23.6 February level of the main drop from the 0.131 swing height to 0.0568 low the next major resistance is forming near the 0.080 zone. If there is an upside break above the 0.08 resistance level, the price could start another strong increase. Source crossed on trading view dot com in the stated case, the price could rise steadily towards the 0.094 level it is close to the 50 February level of the main drop from the 0.131 swing high to 0.0568 low dips limited in CRO if CRO price fails rise above the 0.074 and 0.080 resistance levels. It could start a downside correction. An immediate support on the downside is near the 0.07 level the main support is near the 0.0650 level and the 100 simple moving average four hours a downside break below the 0.065 level could open the doors for a fresh decline towards 0.062. The next major support is near the 0.060 level technical indicators four hours CD for crest is gaining momentum in the bullish zone, for hours RSI relative strength index, the RSI for cross is now in the overbought zone major support levels 0.070 and 0.065. Major resistance levels 0.0740 .08 and 0.094
Litecoin Continues To Surge As Hash Rate Records New ATH How About LTC Price
"8 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Litecoin continues to surge his hash rate records new ATH how about LTC price? Litecoin LTC was among the few bright spots for the crypto market which had to endure the negative effects of the collapse of the FTX exchange platform. In the midst of one of the worst implosions that the space has ever witnessed, LTC momentarily became vulnerable, plummeting all the way down to 49.58. But the cryptocurrency stood its ground, though, while the likes of Bitcoin and Ethereum were sent crashing to various monthly lows and eventually commenced its own rally to close November on a high note. As a result, litecoin exited last month with an index price of 76.52 and registered an impressive jump of 24 within a 30 day period. The altcoin is also performing well during the first days of December. At the time of this writing, according to tracking from Coen gecko, the digital coin is changing hands at 83.11 with an uptick of 10.8 in the last 7 days. Related reading TRO and unfazed by decreasing volumes, tallies 1 billion in USD T inflow litecoin has a healthy blockchain, but holders fail to make profit aside from the sustained surge in trading price, LTC is also witnessing positive developments in other areas. For instance, according to data shared by coin wars, the assets mining hash rate has once again hit another all time high, peaking at 613.81 THS. Within four months the litecoin blockchain has recovered from the decline it experienced back in July, rallying by 64. Image crypto telegram moreover, as of December 3rd, the define network has established its highest difficulty level since going online, recording a block height of 2 million 379,900 to 25. The average difficulty of litecoin blockchain translates to a value of 19.52 million according to miss Ari. Meanwhile, profitability was one gray area for the altcoin, as most of its holders were unable to make profit from their investment during the previous month. As of November 30th, LTC had a 30 day moving average of 149,000 for its network realized profit loss NPL. In addition, during the same time, litecoin had a 28 market value to realized value mvr V ratio. This indicated that despite the crypto experiencing price growth in November, some of its investors still held at a loss. Price decline could happen for LTC within next few days, although LTC managed to block the effects of the crypto market meltdown that was triggered by the FTX implosion. There is a possibility that the acid may experience price correction soon. According to the forecast of online cryptocurrency information provider coin cadets, this could happen within the next 5 days with LTC losing almost 8 of its value to change hands at 76.33. Moreover, 30 days from now, the crypto is expected to recover a bit and trade at 80.75, although this value is also lower than the current one it has. Related reading what's in store for cardano this December will ADA be merry before Christmas LTC total market cap at 5.9 billion on the daily chart featured image insurance of, shark treating view dot com.
BUX Expands in Spain with Acquisition of Local Neobroker Ninety Nine
"5 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Expands in Spain with acquisition of local neo broker 99. LTP GTB UX, a Netherlands headquartered financial services firm, has expanded its European footprint with the latest acquisition of the retail brokerage arm of Spanish neo broker, 99. LTP GT LTP GT officially announced on Monday, the acquisition will strengthen the presence of Uttar refs dot finance magnates dot com tag books with target quad blank wide real quad follow quad be usele tagged in the Spanish retail brokerage category. Its aim for the deal is to gain an existing client base as it will migrate 99 retail user base to its platform dot LTP GT LTP GTE are proud and delighted to help a new group of Spanish clients create a stable investment base and build a better financial future, said BU X's CEO, Uruguay. Thanks to this acquisition 99 users will have access to a wide range of services provided by bu X, such as investing in Spanish, European, and U.S. stocks, ETFs, cryptocurrencies, fractional investing, and to be you X savings plan dot LTP GT LTP GT further, following the acquisition. The 99 brand will no longer offer be two C brokerage services it will only focus its resources on providing V two B amp B two B two C services to banks, FinTech, and media groups dot LTP GT LTP GTE have been working for over a year. And a half on RB two B strategy, and while it was a difficult decision, we have decided to focus all our efforts on it, the founder and CEO of 99, Javier sons, various, said dot LTP GT LTP GT, however, our clients are still very important to us, so we have been working with BU X to provide them with a great alternative to continue investing, including two free shares as a welcome gift, free migration to the BU ex platform, and fees almost 50 lower than current ones dot LTP GT LTP GT European. Expansion look VU X offerings in Europe include a range of services like commission free stock trading, fractional shares, and even trading services with lotta ref cops with that finance magnates dot com for ex broker's bucks rebrands trading platform to strict target quad Blanco will quote follow cocktail interacts for different tagged and cryptocurrencies. It now has more than a million customers dot LTP GT LTP GT the platform is aggressively expanding its footprint in the continent. It is now operational in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Austria, and Ireland. In addition, it has a UK subsidiary which migrated a significant portion of its client base to an EU based sister company following Brexit. The revenue of the UK company, that finance magnates dot com for ex broker's books 2021 revenue helvetic 91 losses deep in quad target quad blank white will quote follow couples to 9.1 million in 2021 with a yearend loss of over 4.2 million. This article was written by arnab as home at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
Ethereum Price Prints Bullish Signal, What Are Possible Bulls Targets
"5 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Ethereum price principle bullish signal. What are possible bulls targets? Ethereum gained pace and retested the 1300 resistance zone against the U.S. dollar. ETH is eyeing more gains towards the 1330 and 1350 levels. Ethereum remained well bid above the 1240 level and resumed its increase. The price is now trading above 1250 and the 100 hourly simple moving average. There was a break above a major bearish trendline with resistance near 1280 on the hourly chart of a thus data feed via kraken. The pair could gain bullish momentum once it settles above the 1300 resistance zone. Ethereum price gains momentum Ethereum price corrected lower once from the 1300 resistance zone. ETH declined below the 1280 support level. However, the bulls were active above the 1240 level and the 100 hourly simple moving average, similar to Bitcoin. The price traded as low as 1238 and recently started a fresh increase. Ether price traded above the 1275 and 1280 resistance levels. It cleared the 76.4 fib retracement level of the downward move from the 1296 swing high to 1238 low. Besides, there was a break above a major bearish trendline with resistance near 1280 on the hourly chart of a dust. The pair is now trading above 1250 and the 100 hourly simple moving average. And immediate resistance on the upside is near the 1310 level. The first major resistance is near the 1332 level. It is near the 1.618 fib extension level of the downward move from the 1296 swing high to 1238 low. A close above the 1332 resistance might send the price further higher. Source of dust on trading view dot com the next major resistance is near the 1350 level. Above which ether price might test 1400. Any more gains might send the price towards the 1500 resistance zone. Less downsides in ETH if Ethereum fails to start another increase above the 1300 resistance, it could start a downside correction. An initial support on the downside is near the 1280 level and the broken trendline. The next major support is near the 1265 level or the 100 hourly simple moving average. If there is a break below 1265, the price could test the 1240 support. Any more losses could lead the price towards the 1200 support. Technical indicators hourly MACD the MAC D for a dust is now gaining momentum in the bullish zone. Hourly RSI, the RSI for a thrust is now above the 50 level. Major support level 1265 major resistance level 1310.
Stellar Lumen XLM Price Stuck In Range, Can Bulls Clear This Hurdle
"7 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022 stellar lumen XLM price stuck in range, can bulk clear this hurdle. Stellar lumen price is showing bearish signs below the 0.090 resistance zone against the U.S. dollar. XLM price is now trading below 0.0900 and the 55 simple moving average four hours. There is a key contracting triangle forming with resistance near 0.090 on the four hours chart data feed by a kraken. The pair could start a decent. The post stellar lumen XLM price stuck in range can both clear this hurdle appeared first on live Bitcoin news.
CareCoin CARE Is Now Available for Trading on LBank Exchange
"6 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Turquoise is now available for trading on el bank exchange. Internet city, Dubai, December 5th, 2022 L bank exchange, a global digital asset trading platform, has listed Kirk coin care on December 5th, 2022. For all users of el bank exchange, the curious trading pair is now officially available for trading. Providing access to a variety of personalized healthcare services based on IPS cells and AI, the post care coin care is now available for trading on L bank exchange, appeared first on live Bitcoin news.
The Next 3 Things to Immediately Do About Blockchain Change Your Blockchain Philosophy Now
"8 a.m. Monday, November 28th, 2022. The next three things to immediately do about blockchain change your blockchain philosophy now. What is blockchain blockchain maintains an asset provenance trail at every step of the process? This allows consumers to raise concerns about the environment, human rights, or if the industry is plagued by counterfeiting or fraud. Customers can view the origin directly through the process. Additionally, traceability data may reveal inefficiencies in the supply chain. The post the next three things to immediately do about blockchain change your blockchain philosophy now appeared first on prima felicitas.
BTC Morgan Creek Capital Management CEO Explains Wy Bitcoin Is Going to 250,000
"7 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. BTC Morgan creek capital management CEO explains way Bitcoin is going to 250,000. Mark jesko, the founder, CEO, and chief investment officer of EC Christian investment adviser Morgan creek capital management, LLC, explained in a recent interview why he believes that long-term the price of Bitcoin BC is going to 250,000. Just goes comments were made during an interview released two days ago with daniela cambone, a dinner at large and anchor it stands very research, a subscription based.
Inside LBanks Exquisite Afterparty at DCENTRAL Miami
"6 a.m. Monday, December 5th, 2022. Inside L bank's exquisite afterparty at central Miami. Internet city, Dubai, December 2nd, 2022 L bank, a global crypto exchange, hosted an Alban crypto friends after party alongside the web three conference central Miami. L bank was proud to host more than 200 guests from all layers of the industry. This was Alban's second event in Miami after exhibiting at the Bitcoin 2022 conference earlier. The post inside Al banks exquisite after party at central Miami appeared first on live Bitcoin news.
"mondays" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Then there's the epic song that's on to run. Yeah. So evidently, after clarence died, Springsteen wouldn't play that song. I can't play that. Because that is the greatest sack solo in music history. Yeah. It just is. It proved me wrong. I'll always say, prove me wrong. That's the greatest sax solo. I think John Coltrane beat him on a few songs, but there you go. But that's John Coltrane's thing. He finally played it in clarence Clemens's nephew. Toured with them. Yeah. And he played it. And I guess it was just kind of one of those real moving types of moments because I'm sure he made sure you got that. You better get this fucking perfect. Your uncle proud type thing. Yeah, and I have a DVD of Bruce. I think it's Hyde Park or Glastonbury. No Hyde Park. And it was probably the last tour of the clarence did. And you could see he wasn't doing good. He barely moved. I heard his knees were messed up and it was so painful to watch, but he still played. He could still play the notes. Yeah. Yeah. He had a jazz club in Hollywood, Florida. And I lived in Hollywood, clarence Clemson, and I never, like I never went, I was like, I should have just fucking always hindsight. Yeah. Should have just, I wanted to go to Ron Woods club in Manhattan, never did it. Should I? Yeah. Yeah. Let me see. Next one I have is sound city, real to real, came out 2013 that Dave Grohl. Documentary? Yeah. Basically, I'll read it. Dave Carol, I once joked that when he entered the famous sound city studios in van nuys, Los Angeles. He was shocked at how much of a dump, the famous recording venue would become since its glory opening in 1969. The studio closed the 2011, Grohl bought the neve 80 28 analog Nixon console and decided to produce a direct documentary contribute to the famous studio that he said really did change my life forever. The documentary includes interviews with console inventor, Rupert neve. Leave, right? Yeah. And lots of musicians who use the studio, including Tom Petty, Paul McCartney, John fogerty and Neil Young. I actually, when I started getting back in the vinyl, I bought that soundtrack. It's a fucking good soundtrack. Yes. I love the Stevie Nick the Stevie Nicks cut. Yeah. And it was all mixed on that on that point. Yeah, yeah. You know? And it's just a really entertaining, sometimes funny documentary. It's called sound city. It was riveting because I didn't realize how many damn albums are recorded and that studio. Albums that I love. And albums that I like Rick Springfield recorded there. So there was pop stuff being made there. Fleetwood Mac left a lot of razor blade marks in that studio. Just it was amazing. And kudos to Dave Grohl. A lot of people hate the guy. He really cares about this stuff. And what he did was amazing. He kept that legacy going. Yeah. Yeah, he appreciates he appreciates the history. Yeah. You know? And I'm sure he said, I got to have that fucking board too. Yeah. I mean, that thing just has so much history in it. Just own it just for that. Yeah. You know? How many great mixing boards fucking just went, got destroyed with studios. I don't know if that's the case, it just kind of throwing that out there, but old mixing boards that recorded some of the greatest music that they didn't know was going to be.
"mondays" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"He doesn't age. He has hair plugs. And he was down in South Florida in west palm or up in westbound to be in a fucking summer concert that I took my wife to about four or 5 years ago. And he was wearing the fucking leather jacket and the leather pants. I'm like, dude, you must not have fucking played here before in the summer. But he kept it on the whole show. I think he used it as a sweat, like one of the fucking sauna suits. He lost ten pounds. No, but when they argued, we wanted to do music. Said he made a deal with the record company and I bought it when it came out, and it's a double CD. I think it was like a Walmart exclusive or something store. So I played the first disk. Sounds great. I love it. Played the second disk. You can rerecord stone in love. You can get every note perfect, and it's kind of an art fair to arnell because he's not Steve Perry. He sounds like Steve Perry, but it doesn't sound the same. So you know, people are going to pick on them. They're going to say, this sounds like shit and all that. It wasn't his fault. That stuff I don't like. Yeah. Yeah. So usually when a band, my fucking mind, I got a new microphone. I was telling mock. I get like a really short SM 7 B, like the Joe Rogan podcast. Mike, all podcasts. Aspire to get this mic and thank you to my wife, The Good Doctor of hooking me up. But anyways, it's fucking it's heavy for the ocean. She's got to get you a boom stand. I got the boom. It's just I don't know how much more I can tighten this fucking thing. Don't break it. That's a very slow drop. After conversation, it goes from like in front of my mouth to below my chin.
"mondays" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Let stone roses type that just trying to stands in place and moves around and chased the tambourine and he was a friend of the band. They just brought him up on stage one night during a show. I believe it was probably at the factory because that's where they no, no, not the factory. I forget the name of the club that they used to play with is owned by new order. Oh, they were pot on us. And they brought him up on stage. Bez and he became like a hit and they were like, all right, you're in the bed. Does it sing? Doesn't play an instrument. He's just like a hype man. Just like in a ska band, almost every great ska band has that dude. Yeah. That just fucking dances. Just dances around with the tambourine just shaking the tambourine. Yeah, ranking Raja, who was in a general public, right? In general public was an offshoot of the English beat. Ranking Raja, he was the black guy. He always wore the hat. And he would do that. He would just jump around the stage, do that, that sky type dance, very quick, quick movements, rhythmic, very fast rhythm because that's Scott like that. But anyway, so the happy Mondays were a group that came along right after. So before the mad Chester scene, the Manchester scene. You had the Smiths new order and the fall who became prominent in the mad chest of music scene. And I did it, you know what? I did an episode on this. Yeah, I don't know. 8 months ago, 9 it was the first episode I did by myself. It was the first podcast and I was nervous as fuck. I'm like, I've never done a solo show. I was used to bouncing it off Jack and so I had all my notes and it was a good episode. I stumbled through it. I got it done. I built my confidence as I went. Lisa didn't do it on the phones. For the people that want to know that inside joke, the music relish podcast, no. I used to do it by phone, which is actually, hey, you know what? You gotta fucking respect the dedication. Yeah. Gotta respect the dedication. That's all I gotta say about that. So, yeah, the happy Mondays came along and they kind of bridged that gap
"mondays" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Man. We got there early in the day and by fucking 5 o'clock, it was like a 115°. They were out in the pool. I'm like, no, no, no, no, no. No, no, no. Did you ever see that James wood movie vampires? It's just called vampires. Really fucking good vampire movie. They would bury themselves in the dirt, I was like fucking that, except I closed all the curtains. I wasn't even letting a ray of fucking son in that room. I would not walk out until the sun went down. And it was still fucking scorching hot. Be like Al Pacino in that movie where he's in Alaska and he's keeping the curtains closed 'cause he's a, he can't sleep and he's insomnia. Yeah. Trust me. It was like fucking wins with 30 days of winter, 30 days of night or something like that. Everything's docked. I did that, man. But I know. I was in Phoenix with my sister in July, a 120° and rough. I couldn't even think of going to a concert. And forget that, oh, it's a dry heat. Yeah? Now I know what a fucking pizza feels like. When you're baking a lasagna and you open your oven, that's dry heat. Do you like it? Exactly. Oh, that's hot. I'll take a little or a lot of humidity. At least I get something out of it. It's not dehydrating me like you don't even know you dehydrating and dry heat. That's true. I like that. So you pass out and then they're waking you up. Well, if you pass out of the cement, you just gonna be like an egg, they're gonna like a stretch Armstrong melted onto the cement. They're gonna peel you off your skin is gonna stay behind. I can Arizona. They can have they can have all that shit. Anyways, so yeah, it was a sad day for me last week. I don't know if you're a fan of the happy Mondays, but Paul Ryder, the bass player and founding member, along with his brother, lead singer Sean rider. Who's speaking of gorillas does that song? Damn.
"mondays" Discussed on Marketing School
"To optimize your site for low time. And one easy way to do it is use the host that Eric and I use dream host to just go to dream host or Google it. Find it, check it out. And it's a great way to improve your low time. Today we are going to talk about what our typical Mondays look like. So first, I want to caveat this by saying that Neil's at a different level of business, I'm at a different level of business. Don't think that you need to be doing exactly what we're doing. So it's good for us to have context, right? So Neil more or less on the way close to 9 figures if not already there with his business, right? And then 8 figures for us. So don't think that you need to compare your chapter like whatever chapter 5 to someone else's chapter 20 or tape. But we just want to give you some context into how we're thinking about it right now. So Neil, you want to go first? Sure. So my Mondays typically are very light on actual work and a ton on meetings on what needs to be get done and accomplished for the week. I also leave quite a bit of free time on my Mondays and the reason being is I want to make sure that I have a very productive Monday. I get a lot of work done so then that way I can have a whole productive week versus just being on the phone full time or getting nothing done. So it's a combination of meetings and planning for the week as well as getting work done to ensure that the week is successful. And I honestly spend a lot of my time on emails, phone calls. My Mondays also spend quite a bit of time with content productions. That way I can align it up for the week. And that's really it. I try to keep it light and spend time with my kids as well. Cool. Yeah, so there are, I think this is a helpful framework for people to understand that when you start working for someone obviously you're an employee. And then what happens is you become self employed. And then what happens is you're kind of in the business and then the goal is to work on the business, right? Where you're helping strategically, but then you want to work above the business. And so when you're working above the business, you're not necessarily a day to today. You might actually even be sitting in this visionary seat where you're helping people might come to you for every now and then, but you're largely just kind of observing and then people might come to you now and then say, hey, I need help recruiting this person. I need to help whatever. You might tap into your network, but you're largely operating at a high level. And you're looking at not just maybe this business unit, but you might have multiple business units. So for me, Mondays are actually very meeting heavy. So Mondays, that's where I have all my one on one meetings with my leaders. And there might be strategic meetings. These meetings go for about 90 minutes or so. So after Mondays, I typically don't have much meetings if any at all. And actually now, given the NFT project that I'm working on, which we'll talk about in the future. But I'm really focused on the NFT side of things and then also every now and then I'll help with recruiting. But Tuesday through Fridays, I don't have a lot of phone calls. I'll record content with Neil like this on Thursdays. So we'll just saying typically Mondays are very structured Thursdays are content but other than that, I don't have too many calls going on, Neil. Yeah, and last piece of advice for me is whatever you're thinking about doing on your Mondays. Keep in mind your whole week and what you want to accomplish. If you don't know what you want to accomplish, you should definitely figure that out on your Mondays and make sure that you're working towards accomplishing it. Yeah, Mondays for me are it's a really great way to get the week started. Everyone's back. And so it's a nice way to set the tone, which is why I like getting all the strategic stuff done on Monday. But just keep in mind too leaving time if you have the luxury of having free time to think about things just Neil goes on walks with, you know, his family, right? Sometimes those walks, let's say Neil walks by himself or whatever. There's free time to kind of get away from this stuff. And that's where some of your best strategic thoughts are going to come from. So that is it for today, go to marketing school, the IO slash live. That's if you want to improve on your strategy and tactics around marketing and business. It's going to happen in Miami. It's going to be outdoors, November 7th in a 9th marketing school, the iOS life live, and we'll catch you later. We appreciate you joining us for this session of marketing school..
"mondays" Discussed on Radio Boston
"Let's maybe walk to an next one of the challenges i think for radio is that i wish people could see what we see today. You can recreate this in a theater. And that's that's one thing. I love about being outside is that we can have a backdrop that allows us to explore things both thematically and also just the visually that we can have that we don't have to create it. It's their professor agassi professor gray. This is exactly how i expected to find you. My curiosity for the world cannot be quenched equality quality. We share brought you something. What is it. If i told you it would spoil your fun. You were always perceptive. Not always correct but certainly perceptive. There's a long list of areas in which my perceptions were valued glaciers fossils fish to name but a few louis. Agassi is a pretty controversial figure. There are some Revelations about research is done and things he did during his career that raise some serious questions about his legacy. Can you talk a little about what those concerns are right to. The biggest issue with him is his very troubling racial history of of his views And i and argument arguments. We made his his views are not different for the time there are plenty of racists in the mid nineteenth century in and today I think what is especially troubling about him. Is that one. He's particularly repulsed by people of color and wrote about it to his family and letters but also wrote articles and essays that were then used to support slavery going forward through the mid eighteen hundreds. So you're asking some really important questions here. That i think we're grappling with as a society right in terms of legacy and and whether things that were names of people who have come and gone how how we should see those names Can you talk a little about kind of how you thinking about that. As you're putting this together i was. This kinda came about by accident..
"mondays" Discussed on Radio Boston
"Thomas smallwood who was born into slavery himself at age thirty by buying his freedom and they decided to start helping slaves escape and this is not what abolitionists to did. You know they would help people who'd already escaped but they didn't encourage them they. They weren't sure the morality of that actually it which was fascinating to me so and they didn't want to just do one at a time. They wanted to hurt the institution of slavery so they would take a wagon full of people. Who are enslaved. Eight ten twelve people at a time. They managed to free in a period of about two years somewhere in the neighborhood of four hundred slaves. Which is just astonishing harry tubman. He's probably kind of with the most people we know about. In the unrest railway movement freed about eighty in her lifetime now so much of patrick's work is inspired by and a celebration of the place. Mount auburn cemetery so we wanted to revisit part of a conversation. That radio boston's chris. Citric had with gabe ridge in mount armored cemetery back in twenty nineteen when he was showcasing. The nature place down here before knocking water up the chairs in like five. Frogs jumped in the water. That's cool. You'll have company out here the other day we were up. We're doing a show. There was a hawk. Cooper's hawk eating. it's lunch over there and and the chipmunks. You're just going crazy around here. They're putting out bill arm call all throughout our place. That's crazy it's incredible place here. I actually lived in the city for a long time. Never really came down to check it out. I think that's one of the big pluses of doing this kind of work and why my company plays in places so interested in getting involved with working with museums and historic sites because we saw that with blood on the snow when we did the show over at the state house. And that's right downtown. And i talked to people who'd like i've lived here my whole life. I didn't even know you could go inside. And it's huge. I mean you just can wander around and yeah and it's so beautiful and it's it's free and open to just come on in but it's the history and the nature. It's a world class arboretum. It has got so many things going for it. Which made it really difficult project right about. Yeah i mean that after the plays last night i kind of took the long way out and just kind of wandered around a little bit and i stumbled across the longfellow family. Tombstones and They're just there's so many people buried here. The the gardner family got multiple. Supreme court justices. So when you decide..
"mondays" Discussed on Radio Boston
"To take blood samples and see what the vaccination rates were As a result of the ba- the debate distribution. All right. so i gotta ask you. we're talking about. I'm sorry what feels to me as a lay person to be a massive vaccination effort here. Why is it because rabies is fatal to mammals if they get it and they can't get treated as it because i was shocked to discover that there was actually a time when terrestrial animals not in my lifetime actually didn't have rabies in massachusetts. Why are we doing this short. So so as you mentioned The rabies viruses nearly one hundred percent fatal if not treated In massachusetts raccoon rabies was first discovered in nineteen ninety two and That prompted representative from from down on the cape Tufts university and the centers for disease control to set up this program to see what they could do to prevent rabies from eventually getting to the cape and that held true for over ten years but then in two thousand and four we found a rabid raccoon born just over the canal and despite our best efforts to prevent it from spreading all the way to to province sound it did within two years so since then we had been working really hard to get get rabies back off get gave back off the cape And we went over eight years without having a single case of terrestrial based so so raccoon based rabies on the cape and that was really outstanding and it was tremendously successful This past may documented our first case in hyannis over eight years in that prompted this whole effort to To make sure that we snuff out. Whatever is out there on the cape so that we don't you know relive what we had experienced back in two thousand and four so i just wanna clarify for listeners. Aerial being bats versus terrestrial signal. Right all right so last question for you. You know i. I kind of imagine something sort of apocalypse. Now with the bait falling from the sky and helicopters and being spread across the ground. Is this like the new normal. I might be talking to you next year about the hundreds of thousands of vaccines. You're going to be spreading so we we have done this Conducted this distribution program Twice annually for the past. Well at least since two thousand five So it's it's not really a new program but But to this extent where we're baiting from lakeville to orleans that's somewhat new and that's in response to this to that case that we had in hyannis We're not really sure what we're going to be doing next spring It really depends on you. Know rabies surveillance results if any other cases arise on the cape So i can't really tell you what the plans are for next year. Check in with you. Yeah absolutely all right brian. Bjorklund is a wildlife and rabies biologists in the cape cod rabies program coordinator with the usda. Brian grits to talk to you. Thanks for coming back and joining us. Thank you very much starting tonight..
"mondays" Discussed on Radio Boston
"So i'm actually back in my office right now but we had been working at foulness and on joint base cape cod distributing these oral rabies vaccine bates scenarios where coyotes and raccoons and foxes are likely to come across them We do have Several other towns town and county employees that are out as we speak distributing these bates across the landscape In foulness mashpee barnstable yarmouth dennis chatham and harwich and we'll be doing so for the remainder of the week and so you you put the stuff out there. You're dropping literally from the sky and it on the ground. How do you know. And i'm chuckling. The coyotes coyotes raccoons and foxes. Oh my kind of rhythm of that but high you know. They're eating yup. So so the real operations actually concluded last thursday. So we baited from Lakeville in plymouth county to orleans on the cape From monday between monday and thursday and distributed roughly one hundred fifty or a hundred. I'm sorry one hundred just over a hundred thousand of these bates from air We're we were flying at about three hundred feet so we're able to pretty much pinpoint where these bates are going And access areas that. We can't really get to from the ground and then this week where we're focused on ground operations so bathing areas where we couldn't really fly to get these out many people in their pets On the landscape so we share. The animals are going to eat them and second. What happens if the pets him. So i i'll let your second question first. So the bates are generally considered safe for pets and people If your dog were to consume one or more of the bates here she may may experience an upset stomach from the fishmeal coating on the outside of the But they they have a long track record of being very very safe for people in their pets And each is stamped with an eight hundred number that we request to defy. If somebody were to find the to call just report you know where they were. They found the animal but then once this whole operation is wrapped up we..
"mondays" Discussed on Radio Boston
"It's bussing at the same time you did and We knew your father very well. The bancroft school and everybody adored him as you know mary. And i do appreciate what you're doing. And i i like your ideas tremendously. What i'm calling about is something that win. The celtics are going through. But we're not the only neighborhood. In the city it's happening southwest and i suspect happening in russia and roslindale and and everywhere as the real estate prices skyrocket The new people coming in with a great deal of money to build to buy houses and renovate them The real estate taxes go up for those of us who bought into the south end. I think you may have been living there when we bought in the south end and white show feltham. Because mary's i am sorry to interrupt you and i don't mean to disrespect you but the mayor has limited remaining time with us and i wanna make sure she can address the issue of real estate taxes. So let me allow the mirror to respond mary. It's so good to to to hear from you. I'm not sure exactly what your question was. I assume It has to do with The property values going up and therefore for real estate taxes. Going up yes and You know this is a huge issue. And it's a huge issue not just for the individual tax payer. It's an issue for our city as a whole because so much of our city's budget is dependent upon real estate taxes and fact three quarters of our budget is on real estate tax and so we have to diversify our revenue stream This again is gonna fall to so few. So few people are paying into the real estate tax So few homeowners are here and yet Our budget is largely largely dependent upon it and so we do have to address this moving forward in a way that diversifies our revenue stream. I do have a piece of legislation right now. That is currently at the state house That would help generate millions of dollars that could then be invested and affordable housing And this is sue. A transfer fee that would take a small percentage of from the buyer and the seller For properties that sell on the high high end so that we're protecting small landlords dealing with Those who are utilizing the housing market as some sort of speculative market for their own individual gain And so the hope is that we can get that passed to help Diversify or revenue stream and support housing in the city That meets the needs of residents here in boston. Call mary and especially the reference to my dad's so thank you so much but was heartening and again mary. Sorry to cut you off at. We are up against the mayor's next appointment and with that in mind Boston acting mayor..
"mondays" Discussed on Radio Boston
"My commitment is ensuring a smooth transition is what the people of boston need. We are still in the midst of a global pandemic. we are still in the midst of a housing crisis. There are a number of challenges facing our city and i want the next mayor To be ready to lead on day one And to again be able to prioritize. The people of boston particularly those who have been left out. Historically this city is a great city in a city that must and should work for every single resident and every single neighborhood. Yeah i hear you. And i wanna be clear. I'm not trying to be cute with this. I just so aware that you are in a moment where you are connected to the to the residents in boston in a way. That's unlike almost anyone else and over six months. You've learned what what the residents of boston need to hear. So let me put it to you this way today from you as mayor. What residents of boston most need to hear from you right now. Well they need Leadership who continues to prioritize the people we are in the midst of a pandemic. We are going into flu season during this pandemic with college. Kids back with Students in our schools We still have a housing crisis. We still have a number of challenges facing our city And it is important that we get beyond politics And ensure that we are coming together as a to deal with very tough issues That have been in the making for years and decades Many of the things as i've said a number of times they covert has Illuminated have been here under the surface the whole time and so as we continue to fight. Covert nineteen In terms of cases and and and slowing the spread. We've also have to address the systemic inequities that have been there all along and so it is very important That we come together to do that work. That isn't the work that one person does by themselves. That is the work that we as a city together and so i am very proud of the work that i've been able to do over the last six months. We'll continue to do over the next two months to continue to move boston forward to make sure that there is a foundation from which to build and to make sure that i am available for the next mayor To again make sure that the people of our city and every single neighborhood all across boston are well-served. Let's take a call. Let's take one from D in east boston up d. You are on with mayor kim. Jamie thank you at to longtime listener. First-time caller good afternoon and good afternoon to the mayor's well thank you for your service and your historic I was just curious You have have done a really good work so far. And i was curious if our city and they're your tenure will announce Indigenous peoples they as a city holiday. I think we are. The lost city would never sit his cambridge. Somerville and you You should have done it. And i was curious if you will make a historic announcement for for the coming holiday. Thank you the that is a great question. And that is something that My team and i are working on. I really appreciate you lifting that up. I think very timely Especially given The conversation so are you working towards doing that before you're you're done in the mayor's office yes. Let's take one more call from mary and south end mary. Go ahead yes good afternoon. Thank you jamie or your service and city council of fee. I am a long-term term resident of the south. End my children..
"mondays" Discussed on Radio Boston
"So much more needs to be done Around ownership in boston. And you know we have planted some seeds and laid the groundwork for some of that with the down payment assistance that i just talked about taking that from ten thousand dollars to forty thousand dollars but there's also real opportunity with the aarp funding to look at this issue With with other monies that are that are coming and then just through policy and so We will continue over these next two months to again prioritize. The people of boston during my tenure as mayor and i would encourage my The next mayor. I would encourage the next mayor to lift this up as well. Homeownership is going to be critically important in stabilising Our city And dealing with the wealth gap and making sure war that the people who want to call boston home can do so for generations to come one. Eight hundred four. Two three eight two five to join. This conversation was gonna do this. Little later in the discussion mayor janey but because you just emphasize the ratio off gap because you talked about the populations in boston who are most vulnerable and housing who are most behind compared to white bostonians in terms of wealth and assets. We are in this moment where we had three black candidates running for mayor. You're the first a black leader in the mayor's seat in boston and we're now going forward with two candidates who are not black and are going to need to make a case to are black and brown communities About hearing their issues about being responsive to their needs being present in the neighborhoods. They're both women of color. But how are you thinking about that today well again. My priority is to look to the people of boston to make sure that they're okay. And so for what i can do. And this moment now is ensure a smooth transition of power to the next mayor who as you Rightly say is going to be a woman. A woman of color and it is also true that they will have to pick up that mantle And ensure that this city works for everyone that this city You know that is. It's not leaving anyone behind And so that will be true of any mayor who sits in the office And so. I am very proud of what i've been able to do as the first as the first woman. Mayor is the first black mayor for our city to move boston. Forward to make sure we were dealing with racial justice issues. Racial equity issues and It is certainly my hope that the next mayor will do the same..
"mondays" Discussed on Radio Boston
"And so much more needs to be done Around ownership in boston. And you know we have planted some good seeds and laid the groundwork for some of that with the down payment assistance that i just talked about taking that from ten thousand dollars to forty thousand dollars but there's also real opportunity with the aarp funding to look at this issue With with other monies that are better coming and then just through policy and so We will continue over these next two months to again prioritize. The people of boston during my tenure as mayor and i would encourage my The the next mayor. I would encourage the next mayor to lift us up as well. Homeownership is going to be critically important in stabilising Our city And dealing with the wealth gap and making sure that the people who want to call boston home can do so for generations to come when eight hundred four two. Three eight. Two five five to join. This conversation was going to do this. A little later in the discussion mayor genie. But because you just emphasize the racial wealth gap because you talked about the populations in boston who are most vulnerable and housing who are most behind compared to white bostonians in terms of wealth and assets. We are in this moment where we had three black candidates running for mare. You're the first a black leader in the mayor seat in boston. And we're now going forward with two candidates who are not black are going to need to make a case to are black and brown communities About hearing their issues about being responsive to their needs being present in the neighborhoods. They're both women of color. But how are you thinking about that today well again. My priority is to look to the people of boston to make sure that they're okay and so for what i can do And this moment now is ensure a smooth transition of power to the next mayor who as you Rightly say is going to be a woman. A woman of color and it is also true that they will have to pick up that mantle And ensure that this city works for everyone that this city You know that is. It's not leaving anyone behind And so that will be true of any mayor who sits in this office And so. I am very proud of what i've been able to do as the first as the first woman. Mayor is the first black mayor for our city to move boston. Forward to make sure we were dealing with racial justice issues. Racial equity issues and It is certainly my hope that the next mayor will do the same..
"mondays" Discussed on Radio Boston
"Dedicated bus lanes for our school buses. Not just our public transportation buses all of those things on the table For how we can continue to improve our on time arrival and ensure that all of our kids can maximize their time in the classroom with teachers. Let's talk about housing for a little bit. And i'm focused on the eviction. Moratorium that you put in place last month there's been you know. Pushback from developers and land grew lord groups like the small property owners association. Do you believe in. Do you hope that boston's next mayor will continue the policy. And is there anything that you wanna do now to ensure that that policy continues well it. It certainly needs to continue for the for theobald future as we continued to to battle this pandemic And we see this economic downturn. I when it comes to those who Need extra help and paying their rent. That is what the rental relief fund is for. So when i first came into office. I invested fifty million dollars In this fund this fund goes to support not just tenants but landlords alike Who could take advantage of this fund. We've been able to help thirty four hundred families Stay in their homes So we've had a lot of success there more than that we've got Foreclosure prevention fund. Because it's not just tenants. Were having a difficult time. There are people who own their homes who are having a difficult time and so we wanna to do everything we can to keep people in their homes and make sure that boston is a place where people want to come and put down roots. They're able to do that. Why the housing agenda also Quadrupled the down payment assistance. For first time homebuyers taking that from ten thousand dollars to forty thousand dollars. So the housing agenda is more than any diction moratorium But i would suggest to the next mayor of boston That vis eviction moratorium Should be in place Till the end of the calendar year. For sure i think about the numbers that you've just given and They're important and yet we also know. This is in the magnitude of the challenge around housing especial especially affordable housing addressing gentrification. Making sure that generations of families As you did can write grow up and then live in the same neighborhood. Is there anything else that you feel a sense of urgency to put in place during the remainder of your term to try to address what feels like one of the gnarliest issues facing the city right now. Yeah i think home. Ownership is something that we really have to look at particularly as it relates to Communities of color specifically the black and latino community communities that have historically been left out Need a real opportunity to break the cycle of poverty and bill generational wealth in the city when we think about the racial wealth gap here in the city of boston. We know that wealth is created through ownership whether business ownership or home ownership and.
"mondays" Discussed on Radio Boston
"So mary jane before we begin. I wonder if anybody knows what it's like to be in your shoes right now or in the last few weeks how are you i am doing well. I am continuing my focus on the people of boston As mayor of the city this great city We are still dealing with a global pandemic and a number of challenges facing boston as well as so many other cities and towns across our commonwealth in country and my priority Continues to be with the people so Your here as acting mayor. One who's been serving since march whose tenure will end in november. Last couple of times you were here is as a candidate. And we'll we'll get to that later because i do want to talk about the transition but right now i want to start with the mayoral. Seeing some news of the day on. Kovic because visors cove in nineteen vaccine company has said that it's safe and effective in clinical trials for kids ages five to twelve. They're going to seek federal emergency use authorization. How important is that to the safety and the well being both physically and overall of the people of boston. Well it's a huge milestone But to to caution folks where we're still not there yet. This is just The trial results and so we still need. Fda approval To move forward with that. But i'm very hopeful that we will get there and we will roll out a plan So that we can get our youngest children vaccinated. It is a critically important as we have. children in our schools who were not even eligible for the vaccine and so Now that we will hopefully very soon be able to Reach out to them and target them And their families We will do so this..
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"Two years after kevin was confirmed. Screen court whitehouse's saying the initial fbi investigation was seriously john us on that and an honest decision from the supreme court on in historic active defiant thousands of cubans poured into the streets to protest their government. The courage trying to appear as the government. Crackdown inaugural richard blanco of bringing some poetry from his archives and family history to read three of his poems about the country. That's ahead on boston. Radio a nine seven. Gp much to our number two boston. Radio eighty nine seven gp h welcome back. Jim welcome back. Welcome back jim. That's gonna say welcome back to you but you've been here. I heard a lot of the show last week. Did a great job should have thanked him really. He was terrific. With the biden administration now requiring federal employees to get vaccinated or get tested weekly. We'll businesses in the bay. Baystate follow google. Which has about two thousand masters. Employees and our office in cambridge has announced that it's requiring employees vaccinations the state auditor suzanne bump state treasurer deb. Goldberg are giving their staff and ultimatum. Vaccines or tests are more employers deciding to do the same. Join us this another business. Headlines is boston globe business columnist and gbh contributor shirley on. Hello there surely. I jim welcome back hi marjorie. Surely great to talk to you earlier. Today we talked to mike mccurry who runs community health centers of massachusetts. He's also on the governor's a kobe. Advisory task force. He was talking about. How great reluctance among certain healthcare workers to get vaccinated worried about people losing their jobs that there are mandate in a place a community health where there are a lot of low income people working. But you got a great quote in your piece from the guy that runs a men's levin a big time boston law firm bob bonian about mandating vaccines he says..
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"We should be nimble enough flexible enough as citizens to do the same. But i understand the dilemma. Is we want to get back to our normal so bad that we want to believe that we will just go forward from here and we'll be better but the only way we get to normal again as if we're willing to do the mitigation strategies that will prevent the spread. And that may mean distancing going back to hand sanitizer and wearing masks when it's necessary you. Are you worried about this trajectory. I mean obviously you're worried because the numbers are increasing. But i have to say. I am somebody who is really worried that this fall has potential to be a nightmare and i don't mean in massachusetts by the way we're obviously doing better in a lot of regards. I wish we were as nimble as you're suggesting but when you you include the desanta citizen florida's where the numbers are all time high. How worried are you about the fall. Michael kerr yeah. I'm worried i mean when i think about some of the numbers i think about twelve to twenty twelve to seventeen rain in that population Since may of trying to do teenagers And somewhere under ten million of them have been vaccinated somewhere shorter fifty percent of that violation. It concerns me i. It concerns me because that population will be back in schooled in household. They'll be gathering at A dinner tables for thanksgiving and holidays and birthdays and we could potentially see higher rates apostles hospitalizations in-depth particularly particularly among the unvaccinated. That concerns me. And i think we have to be vigilant going into the fall that we get children vaccinated And that we get adults who've been holding out. Vaccinations we're talking to michael kara. He's presidency masic community health centers system. The governor's cova vaccine advisory group. Michael we talked to you before about this This mass health equity thing that you are involved in but tell people a little bit more about the masters health equity taskforce. What's going on. Yeah so Credit to governor baker secretary sutter's in the work they've been doing. I always want to lift up. Who the department of public health. Monica burrell was a former commissioner. She had a task force. She had a working group. It was looking at disparities. And her team lindsey tucker and a whole whole group of dp publish their reports on our work. That's often not even talk. People didn't know that there was a equity working group within d. ph. That's one to senate president. Spilka in speaker mariano convened a health equity task force that i was appointed by the senate president and became the co chair along reduc to say offering health allows. We published a report about a month ago which was a blueprint for health equity. We just presented a more details from that report. Senate president last week speaker and i talked about it about two weeks ago about the details the report. We want to see that. The next train jim leaving the station around outperform you've been around margie's around chapter fifty eight two thousand six chapter three zero five chapter two eighty eight chapter twenty four and then the two thousand seventeen healthcare bill that either the next train leaving the station of the train after that has to be a health equity bill something comprehensive appoints a health equity secretary and agency within the state. That has an equity dashboard. That which gets measured it's done that which gets evaluated. It's addressed And we think that the timing is now to do that and then you have cities like boston. Mayor walsh out of mayor janey who also had a health equity task force published.