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"montclair" Discussed on WTOP
"Five Washington's top news one O 3.5 FM in WTO dot com All of the very latest in this midnight hour in just minutes On WTO P time now was 1208 Slower clock trains call Michael and son and get $100 off a trained cleaning today Project and weather a lot of the 8s good morning to rich hunter and the WTO P traffic Good morning dean will start you off in Prince William county down in montclair dumfries road Nord found north of spriggs road the road shut down for the moment on the northbound side as a result of the crash which erupted into a vehicle fire Again authorities remain on scene southbound traffic was getting by northbound traffic have been stopped They may be turning you around as a result We'll keep you posted For now no issues on I 95 between Fredericksburg and the beltway three 95 between the beltway and the 14th street bridge also in good shape Only work on the beltway in Virginia so far on the outer loop ramp to go west on 66 year down to a single left lane to the work zone 66 west found as you approach route 50 fairfax to left lanes get you by the work zone However the X ramp to go west on 50 X to 57 B is closed as part of that work on your diverted little further west to route 50 to work your way back Got the car shopping blues Why not adopt a new dog or cat if it's Gerald otomo on Saturday June 11th from ten to one visit Fitzgerald Hyundai Rockville or to find a good car and safe car you can trust rich hundred WTF traffic I have this midnight art Thursday morning June 9th with Steve prince valley at storm team four for the ever changing water weather I mean it's water everywhere It has been bad We've had a number of flood warnings They continue dean but right now I want to mention a newly issued tornado warning.
"montclair" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Format That's a little bit of formality is a vest with a collar that's up So we have a few recommendations from our favorite brands barber Todd Snyder Eaton montclair so if you need a new vest for this office world Montclair that one's gonna set you back 1250 Yeah that's expensive One and that's a company that makes a product It is And a lot of times you'll get a big logo on a montclair podcast This one doesn't have it You're paying to tell people that you paid for it but this one doesn't which I like Okay so why not What's the transition away from the fleece vest to something that's more These actually look a little more formal Is it a transition or something away from the police Well fleece vests have been the staple of office culture Yeah especially for a billionaire you can wear a fleece vaccine Nobody nobody is going to question your authority but one of the stylists that we talked to calls the sort of soft fleecy look usi gushi which I appreciate Is that a technical term It sure is Something with little quilting or a little bit more of a formal texture makes it seem a little more dressy All right there's also a book about breakfast which I think just go to the pursuit section to check it out I love breakfast I'm a big all in But just give us a few seconds on Full circle a watch It's actually a smart watch Yeah so tag heuer the luxury mechanical watch company In 2015 started making smart watches especially for athletic types But they've always been kind of big and chunky at 45 millimeters in diameter And this year they have a new updated version with some great technology It's called the connected caliber E four and it comes in a smaller size a 42 millimeter size which I tested out And I really like it Do you like it Yeah I really liked it a lot for my wrist I'm a huge Apple watch person I wear you guys know all the time But the display on this one is really great It actually can fit more information on it than the Apple watch And it just has sort of intuitive sports apps And I liked it So I want people to try it out I just quickly are we seeing more high end guys like this traditional watchers going into smart watches Well Louis Vuitton does it Mont Blanc does it Yeah I mean I think you're going to see people brands have to decide whether they're going to be just luxury mechanical or they're going to really try to fight for this space All right so Apple watch versus this one from tag Yeah You're going to keep your Apple watch Apple's not worried But yeah this is a good option I'm still thinking about the vest with no arms Transforming myself into the transformer massage chair I love Bloomberg pursuits I love it when Chris Bowser joins us Bloomberg pursuits He joins us each and every week with a look at the pursuit section in Bloomberg businessweek And that wraps up our weekend edition of Bloomberg business week from Bloomberg.
"montclair" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Delays on MJ transits montclair bootin line as well Our attorneys are alleging abusive treatment of detainees at an immigration detention center at the Orange County jail of state which holds many undocumented immigrants from the New York City area Reports Three county gels in New Jersey recently ended their detention contracts following years of allegations of mistreatment A few detainees were released but some ended up in Orange County where a new federal civil rights complained from the immigration rights clinic at NYU alleges racism and abuse by correctional officers there Lawyers say one mentally ill client attempted suicide four times but never received proper psychological treatment They're seeking his release and an investigation into conditions Colleges in the tri state area are slowly reopening There are study abroad programs after suspending them due to pandemic WNYC's rosemary missed area reports on the health tips these students can use overseas Florida university senior coral Lee Jean Francois has wanted to study in Paris since high school But the pandemic put her plans on hold for nearly two years Now in her graduating semester she has the green light to buy her plane tickets Having the ability to go now I kind of appreciate that even better because I think I'm more prepared now than I would have been if it was not canceled in the first place While young adults are less likely to get severely ill or die from the coronavirus Doctors recommend vaccination and booster for students going abroad And when packing include extra masks and information about the health services available at foreign destinations The towering Christmas tree at Rockefeller center is now officially turned on the tree was lit last night in a midtown Manhattan ceremony the 79 foot Norway spruce is covered with more than 50,000 lights in a rainbow of colors it's topped with a crystal covered star that weighs some 9 hundred pounds And starting tomorrow streets around that area will be closed during the day So if you go in there the careful Light rain till 7 this morning gradually become a mostly sunny and 58 in gusty right down 50 to an overcast in some places light raining in others It's 6 34 Support for NPR comes from member stations and from C three AI C three AI software enables organizations.
Kool & the Gang Co-Founder Dennis Thomas Dead at Age 70
"Multi instrumentalist Dennis Thomas of Kool and the gang has died in his sleep at his home in Montclair New Jersey according to his representative Thomas was seventy I marches are a letter with a look at his career if you saw Kool and the gang life it was Dennis Thomas who acted as master of ceremonies he played alto sax flute and percussion he also was a band stylist the band was known for hits like celebration get down on it Joanna and ladies night Thomas said in a twenty fifteen AP interview the band was about bringing joy we're very blessed that music touches people's hearts and their minds and keep you dance and then tries to keep you happy in this planet Thomas last played with Kool and the gang on July fourth in Los Angeles
"montclair" Discussed on The Lucky Few
"I love it like she's intentional. Not she says this is. There's a hub of activity going back to the junior high as being there th then. She says it's not a bubble. This is a space for everybody and even when she talks about the the other businesses or people that join them that they don't have to be disability focused but they have to believe in the mission and matthew great great. And i just. We'll add you guys that i just love when work is excellent when when it has the sort of mission but the work is excellent. And i'm telling you. I've been to several gifts stores. General stores whatever you want to say it since i moved to new jersey. The cutest one is the general store at cornerstone. I mean and i'm not just saying that it is so well done. It's so beautiful. The stuff that she selling is excellent. And i just love getting behind something that is the very best and has a heart like this emission. Like this she was amazing. Good so yeah i do. I do encourage everybody our listeners. To jump on her link we share in our show notes and and look up their shop online because you can purchase things on from the general store. Sell them out. Maybe mercedes is going to start sewing blankets again. She may you may just see slow messengers right back up up right back up a i love that. I'm thinking mike if we're having that conversation and bringing bringing what wendy's doing all of our attention and if you are in the redlands area and you want to make a similar space would you just do that and then i will help you. Somehow we've disclaimer at the end of every episode every episode. It is coming in the redlands winston. I know i always call it love that. It's mom. Read like off goes. I'm going to get on the facebook and the cosco's okay. Well i'm not going to stop until people start building these things here. Don't look at me you guys and build and build after the. I'm doing my part in the spaces. I'm in. I need someone to build a brick and mortar space all of these things and resource center in redlands. I need that to happen. Go this has been such a great conversation. We are going to take a quick break to hear from her sponsor and when we get back it'll be time for our favorite part of the episode. Good news all.
"montclair" Discussed on The Lucky Few
"Ready for breakfast. She is logging onto her zoom classes. Early much sometimes. The teachers chagrin. She's she's on it in i. I'm just so. And sometimes i feel like Bumps in the road or summers when school isn't officially end. You know i feel like the there these unexpected times where i feel like there might be regression where she's actually really stepped up to the plate in developed in ways. I didn't expect in. That is a silver lining to everything that's happened with code in the pandemic This past year is just seeing her grow in really take the opportunity to To become more independent neuro person. She doesn't eat her mommy as much as she used to. Which little liberated too. By the way. It's good well wendy. Thank you so much for taking the time to be with us and telling us about what you're doing. We're really excited that you guys exist. And i hope that it's a cornerstone as an inspiration for a lot of other places and people who are trying to build more inclusive employment opportunities. I hope so. I i really. I consider cornerstone montclair really Micro local and i would love. I've i've had people ask me. Are you going to branch out or you can expand towns or communities and the answer is no because this is a very community based concept about community inclusion in. I think other people should be doing. Yeah everybody out there. Mileage do it awesome. Thank you for joining us. We're really grateful to have you. Thank you so much us so much. Thanks okay friends..
"montclair" Discussed on The Lucky Few
"I'm always happy to listen. People i mean one of the one of the hardest things about starting this venture was seeing the need than not able to fulfil right. I mean the number parents especially the beginning who would come by reach out and ask me to employ their. Their young adults with disabilities self advocates reached out. Now it's really heartbreaking to see the incredible neither is for employment or activity or just socialization in not able to do enough right now and one of the things. I really think kobe. Also got in the way of You get mentioned. Been in business for three years now. And i wanna be a role model for other businesses and i wanna see other businesses offer job opportunities I never really have gotten to that stage yet. A really talking. The other businesses very directly about those opportunities in happened Helping to facilitate that in. That is a dream of mine down the line. But i think as we all know right now. Small businesses are just many of them struggling to stay afloat. But that is that is part of my longer term vision and we will make sure we have in the show notes to your online store and Yeah i think that. I'm so glad you mentioned any self advocates are entrepreneurs out there Reaching out to you. Because i know there are so many people out there with down syndrome and other disabilities who are entrepreneurs especially because of ed who started a new business because they weren't able to go to their jobs. Yeah and you know. Even if i chance directly carry their products or employees down. Like i do send out in you know intellectual newsletter every few months sometimes more frequently and i love to highlight great stories in dumb in share. What other people are doing out there too. Awesome one last thing wendy. We every week celebrates good news where we share Something wonderful that either We invite self advocates to call in or share about our love when our loved ones with down syndrome and what they have accomplished or what. We're celebrating their lives this week. So is there anything that you are celebrating for. Evelyn right now. In in general. I'm just so proud of how she is doing. Remote learning I know this has been a challenge for so many kids in so many families. I'm not saying it's perfect for evelyn. But she is is handling it one hundred percent independently. I'd say she has great teachers year which she is on it man..
"montclair" Discussed on The Lucky Few
"It's fun to see the reasons why people come in. I mean i definitely have as i mentioned really strong support in the community and so i have certainly lots and lots of customers who come in to support my mission in shop here but then i have a lot of people who wonder who have no idea in it is. It's really a pleasure to have somebody say how much they loved the store. And no i've never been in here. It's great it's so difference And then have the opportunity at the end of the conversation. Say oh by the way. Did you know about our mission. And it's just It's icing on the cake for people when they find out that that's a part the shopping experience here and i really liked that part one thing i wanted to share an anecdote about changing perspectives Because some of the things that happen here or so nuanced in Happened so quickly. That that i'm the only one who sees them in there just so Telling but there is a muffler highschool student. Who's a senior now. She's young woman manal who has down syndrome. She's an artist and i carry her her car. She next beautiful. No cards in next cards is a blurb about manal And in time there is a photo of her with the blurbs. Well so these two high school students came in these two young women and their shopping. And i had the cards in your checkout. And they're checking out and they said look. We know this girl. She is in one of our classes in high school. I think the dance class. Yeah just so cool that. She sells her stop here. Wow.
"montclair" Discussed on The Lucky Few
"Was the only one working here doing deliveries curbside pickup or was really nice messages that i get for my -ployees particularly the ones that disability is saying how much they missed the job and they miss being in the store just on property chatting with people. That was really heartwarming and rewarding We won't back up over the summer. you know. It was thrilling to open backup right. I mean i think that was a relief for everybody but social distancing and continued concern. Safety concerns definitely affected. The way operated financially. I was very well supported by shoppers in community in the story has done just fine. Stunned dairy well actually but was a little difficult as You know looking at my mission and as the founder was seeing how day to day basis. I didn't have anybody working together. I didn't i couldn't have so many people in the store in this was before people were vaccinated and so i would be working one on one with employer be just one person here and that was That little disappointing. Because that's not really what i set out to do so step one was just getting everyone back to work instead to now is almost all my i think. One hundred percent of my employees are vaccinated So starting soon. I will be able to pair people up again to work together. Developed some relationships. What was the as you guys started. How many years have you guys been around three. So which which is an interesting time right because i feel like store was just really getting going when kobe hit in. This is a story here. All over the world right but So so it's been three years in it's been it's been great. It's been more than i thought it would be. An and what about the community was it was the idea of cornerstone stoned challenging for people to understand were was the community receptive. Right a yeah. What is what's been the response around you so a little bit of all of that. I think that first of all montclair new jersey is very strong community with a lot of activism in it in a very strong disability awareness community So i i did have a lot of support in this in this world in so i did have a lot of support in the community i think outside of the disability family community. There are some some confusion by people. There's a lot of explaining that had to happen You know. I like to say cornerstone montclair really at the heart of it. You strip away all the language about mission. It is about creating opportunities and changing perspectives. Right in so the changing perspectives part. It comes all the time and that is can be challenging for people who aren't part of this disability world But i i get a lot of support I think. I like to think changed. A lotta perspectives already. But that is as you can imagine a never ending challenge. I have learned that there are some people who you're never gonna change what they think Even though their intentions are good You know for me. One of the reasons why. I want to create. Jobs is because i think employment is empowerment right. Making money every. I have no volunteers here. Just wanna make that clear. My employees get paid and money for good or for bad is empowering to people and ashore respect in So i believe that employment is empowerment. I don't have many volunteers here unless it's a special situation special event for example the perspective. That's hard to change Oftentimes of people older generation is one of pity right..
"montclair" Discussed on The Lucky Few
"It's important to me to have people different abilities working together. I love that. And i love what i've seen. What you're doing is just thoughtfulness. Throughout the entire the way that it set up the way that your mission is trying to be fully inclusive and add representing thing what the world looks like and what we wanted to look like and you know even just you choosing where the building is. It's in the middle of of montclair. Which and the cute cute downtown. So it's right there by all the cute shops and all of the where people are walking around. And i feel like there's just so much thoughtfulness in how you've chosen to set this up as yes. This is part of our town in. It's an important part of our town and it's gonna look like our town exactly. You know one thing. I want to clarify is. I'm actually not a nonprofit business. It was important for me to not be a nonprofit to be for profit business for for a few reasons bristle. I've done a lot of non profit work and i know blood sweat and tears that can go into owning a nonprofit and how much you are dependent on fundraising and i didn't want that to be a part of this. I actually liked to call. Cornerstone montclair self building right. I'm not not getting rich off cornerstone But but it is supporting itself as a hubbub activity in programming I'm also not a nonprofit. Because i i want to give the message to other businesses that you don't have to be a nonprofit to employ people with disabilities create opportunities or welcome people as a part of whatever you're you're doing in the community so those are two important things remain in so i am a for profit business. That's great and you tell us a little more about what what cornerstone looks like on a daily basis it. You know maybe you can tell us a little bit about what it looks like in cova times and before cova times but Yeah how is it. What is click as it's engaging community so it has i mean kobe. His impacted as all in all types of businesses. This one included So four code. I could tell you that there was a lot going on here. A lot in the community room A lot of classes. I would say that my estimates on a monthly basis. We'd have a thousand people coming in the building. Any one time Senior citizens people disabilities without disabilities walks of life. A lot of parents for workshops so it was really. There was a lot going on a lot of people coming going a lot of interaction and then in a store in particular were again. I really see the vision. Come to life every day i would have. I would be sure to pair up. an employee wick disability working with someone without a disability so that they would build a relationship learn from each other. I tend to shy away from can determine buddy. They really learning from each other right So that would happen every day. People working together Kobe obviously changed that even when we reopened the store What was really sweet is when we were closed for a few months or.
"montclair" Discussed on The Lucky Few
"Lifestyles but the other businesses. Who take up space in the building must be. They're not your typical tenants. They don't have to do things focused on disability awareness but they have to be committed to the mission so in some way they have to support the mission in their day to day business activities so we inclusive movement center which is a fitness center. Run by match cinelli. Who is one of my original brainstorming partners. In that is a fitness center that works with all children of all abilities but their award-winning Integrating with kids who disabilities into their programs you might. I'm gonna speak everything. I'm gonna talk about pre kobe cakes. That's obviously change. Slow but you could walk into one of their ninja warrior classes and see twenty kids in there. Most of them may be typically developing. But there's always going to be one or two at least one or to have some type of disability and they also have insurance disabilities. We have a special education lawyer. Here who shares an office with a parenting coach who helps coach parents in all types of topics We have a speech therapist. Who does typical speech therapy but also would run social circles. Resume building job interviews skill training all kinds of things in any of the general store. Which is what. I run and operate and i can talk a little bit more about that in a few moments. There's also a community road where we'd have all kinds of activities. I like to call cornerstone. Claire hubbub activity but not a bubble disability awareness and activities for people with disabilities is not at all. The only thing that goes on in this building right. I like two bar phrase that inclusive women's center uses lot for everyone with everyone right so we'd have activities like senior citizen yoga support groups. They had nothing to do with disability awareness Meet live music Hardees all kinds of social engagement opportunities. Not just repeat with disabilities but we go out of our way to make sure they include people with disabilities. The general store is really what i like to say. Is the mission. Come to life in every aspect of what we do here. So it's a retro style. General store has a little bit of everything. And i go out of my way to find products made by entrepreneurs who have disabilities from all over the country sometimes internationally and also local artists who have disabilities and then half of my employees have disabilities and have in. They learn to work together. I try to mirror With all due respect an absolute respect businesses that are established to only employed people with disabilities with the goal of employing people spillages. This is a business that really is trying to reflect the world around us which is integrated with people of all types of all walks of life so not everybody who works has a disability..
"montclair" Discussed on The Lucky Few
"And yeah what inspired you so. Let me back up in. Say a little bit about myself professionally. I have a pretty varied professional backgrounds. I i went right from undergraduate and worked on wall street for a few years. I went back to grad school. Not a nonprofit management degree. I've worked for consulting firm will benefit in education. I've done a little bit of everything you've asked me twenty years ago. What's the last thing you ever wanna do. I would have said number one entrepreneur in number to own a retail store. So i end up here. Sometimes i wake up and say what but Yeah this is the path that life took us on a lot of it has to do a lot of it has to do with the friends we've made in the people we've made in the just. The friends who've made in the disabilities community in a need that we saw so evelyn is a mentioned has been in an inclusive setting in since she was a baby in an educational setting and has done very. Well i mean is not always been perfect but for her. It's been the right path to take but it became clear The more we met more families and became really immersed in this world that included or not in the educational setting once you finish highschool. There's a cliff that people fall off and that was becoming a parent as we got closer as we get closer to that point in life and we as a family really started focusing more on. How can we change that. We could we look at inclusion holistically. Right not just through school but really through whole lifespan. And what can we do to help the continuum from adolescence to adulthood for inclusion How are we gonna make sure that. Evelyn not just everyone her friends. Her neighbors are harder community. How can make sure they feel welcome. They feel happy hit the of opportunities for joy they feel fulfilled and that really is what had us brainstorming for years on what we could do to help. Further that 'cause My husband andrew nye oftentimes talked about employment opportunities in how to create them and then We had the opportunity. This building came on the market and it was not quite so easy to get but that really helped having that opportunity fiscal space helped further along a more concrete plan that in speaking to Some partners now referred to his mission partners who are other professionals who believe in this causes community inclusion in strengthening community inclusion Helped us form the vision of what became cornerstone clear in so cornerstone. Montclair is a business in a vision. But it's also his physical space to three thousand square foot building It is populated by what i refer to his mission partners cornerstone on clear as the umbrella. It has a mission of creating opportunities for social engagement in employment unhealthy.
"montclair" Discussed on The Lucky Few
"This is like so great this little whatever found this turquoise rotary phone. What are we supposed to just leave it at the and act like there. No i will never see this again so that was kind of what it was like. How do i continue to get to do my hobby and then sell sell my staff. It was fun. I loved it. How about you. Mike have you have. You had a business a small so cute. I haven't sold anything. In fact what. The only thing i've ever sold is my words. So they've got. But i do i. I did a lot of running a register and my pretend play as a child and it was always dream so maybe someday i'll run a store with you guys okay. Okay about in heather's everybody. I know it wasn't done. It's a lot of work. I can't even pipe dream. This yes about it. You're like. I can't even pretend if it's a hobby if no one needs to make money we're good like if we are breaking even every month but the amount of effort i just see small business owners and even like this interview like the amount of effort and time and energy it takes to have a retail store I just think it's a lot of work and i applaud. Those who do it. And in my dreams i do it but i don't okay i'll do it. Let's just let's just join this general store. Let's just say this about before we do that. I'm gonna read a review from one of our listeners. This review is from chairman. Luca and she or he says my favorite part of this podcast has been listening to these moms work through. Life's lessons in a different way because of down syndrome they grow and change and aren't afraid to share it. Thank you for that review. That is right we are. If you've listened for a hot minute you know that we are just living our life here with you in real time and we appreciate that we get to do that with you. Guys and learn alongside you and alongside each other. Thank you so much for that review friends. Don't forget that you can review the show as well as we appreciate every single one of those you review on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast and then maybe we'll review allowed next week. We love love love and appreciate every single person leaves and supports the spot casting. You very much awesome. Well let's jump over and listen to windy. Lacy talk about which she is doing to promote inclusion far beyond the walls of education and And also about her cute little general store and everything else that cornerstone montclair is doing. Can't wait to share it with you guys..
"montclair" Discussed on The Lucky Few
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"montclair" Discussed on KCRW
"California is preparing to fully reopen its economy. This week. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports, the nation's most populous state has surpassed President Biden's goal. Vaccinating 70% of Americans by July. 4th Governor Gavin Newsom says the state is turning the page on the pandemic. He's also applauding Californians who followed public health guidelines and got vaccinated because of the incredible work of 40 million Californians. Strong because of your resilience because of your faith to not only keep yourself safe, your family's safe, but the work you did on behalf of your community starting on Tuesday, fully vaccinated people in California will no longer be required to wear facial coverings in almost all settings. The state is also rolling back capacity limits and other social distancing guidelines. But some businesses will likely keep some rules in place. Windsor Johnston NPR NEWS Los Angeles In Brussels. NATO leaders have put China on alert, declaring Beijing poses a constant security challenge and is working to undermine global order. NATO security General Janz Stoltenberg says The alliance is most concerned about how fast the Chinese are developing nuclear missiles. Leaders agreed that we need to address such challenges together, asked alliance. And that we need to engage with China to defend our security interests. Today's announcement bolsters President Biden's effort to speak with a more unified voice against China's military, trade and human rights practices. America's posture within the NATO alliance took a hit during the Trump administration. Biden is set to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday. Stocks finished mixed on Wall Street, The Dow lost 85 points down about a quarter of a percent. This is NPR and this is KCRW. I'm Larry Peril. Here's what's happening at 4 32. A minivan on a street in Montclair has exploded and while no one was hurt in the blast, it really knocked out power Today in the area happened just after midnight, and when our officers arrived at the location, they found the van part with no one inside and extensive damage from the explosion. Cause in source the source of the blast still not known and there are no leads on suspects. FBI investigators are processing evidence, and they say that anyone with information is urged to contact the Montclair Police Department. Well as California prepares to officially reopen tomorrow, the state board that oversees workplace safety has come up with new guidelines. The proposed rules from Cal OSHA would allow fully vaccinated workers to remove their face coverings while on the job, but on vaccinated workers would still have to wear masks. Catherine Fisk is a professor of law U. C. Berkeley, she tells the California report. These rules make sense when it comes to keeping people safe. Vaccination prevents the spread of disease. Therefore, employers can require employees to be vaccinated in order to Protect the safety of other employees and in order to protect the safety of others who come into the workplace. Employers would also be required to verify workers vaccination status of possible point of contention. The U. S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has said that if employers do get vaccination information from their workers that information must be kept confidential. Well, Governor Newsom says he will sign an executive order, ending the question of whether vaccinated workers will have to wear masks. Look if they adopt the guidelines they published Friday. The answer is no and will codify that with an executive order to make that clear on the 17th, A spokesperson for Newsom's office says the Cal OSHA draft order represents the latest science and guidance from the CDC. Without the governor's executive order. It would be 10 days before it could take effect. Oscar nominated actor Ned Beatty has died at his home in L. A baby appeared in scores of movies and TV shows during his long career, including memorable roles in the films, Deliverance and Superman. He received his Oscar nomination for his supporting roles of bombastic corporate executive in the film network. His three minute modeled his three minute long monologue berating television anchorman Howard Beale, played by Peter Finch ranks among the greatest in cinema history. You have meddled with the primal Forces of.
"montclair" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Up in Montclair. The book treats everything Get it, But I'm sure you could get it all the usual. AL. It's Larry. Um, when I saw the title and I said to myself, Boy, remember 9 11 what happening in New York and With the A's and the Yankees playing Las Vegas. The tragedy there The Boston Marathon. How does sports? I mean? It seems clearly how sports gets involved with that, But there really is a mechanism. To bring people together after these tragedies. Yeah, and that was, you know, my research is really Barry. There's a lot of different topics in this book. But that's my personal single favorite area here was learning how powerful that kind of post traumatic healing power of sports was with the individuals to community sometimes to the entire country. And, you know, I talked to people who went to that first the Mets Braves game in New York, which was the first baseball game played. There are over first professional sporting game, but Ben of any kind. And after 9 11 and you know, almost to a person they also you know, That was the moment where we sort of forgot our troubles, and we're smiling and clapping. And it was okay to be happy again. And that's what what sports gives us And, um And you know the same thing in Las Vegas after the mass shooting with the Golden Knights and I went out there and I interviewed people who had been shot and people who have been shot at and people who were traumatized and afraid to leave their homes until they started watching hockey. So you know, that's when I sort of realized. You know for P. Anybody who says Oh, sports, You know, it's just entertainments. Waste time is really missing how vital it is to the fabric of our society. Well, look at last year, they're in covert when we didn't have baseball for a number of months, and we're in the Period of time. There's no football, no basketball, though anything and what it did to them around the country at that point, Yeah, absolutely. I mean any time there's some sort of a big trauma, whether it's a natural disaster. A man made your first instinct is to sort of hunker down, and that's what people do is they hunker down there sort of afraid to go out because it's not safe and then when they feel like it is safe. That's the first thing they want to do is gather again. And our stadiums are bigger than you know. Our biggest churches, mosques, synagogues, There's no Place. You can go out and be part of American society in the scale and that easiness with you can of going to the ballpark. Well, what do you want people to take away from the book when reading it? There's so many good topics here. What would you like people Tonto walk away from and saying, OK, that was something Well, you know, I know if you're a sports fan, you're gonna find a lot of stuff in their memories. Family you're gonna relate and tell. Say, Ah, yeah. Yeah, I know what he's talking about. But what I really want is for the non fan. To realize, Read it. Read about 9 11 read about some of this stuff the role of Jackie Robinson and the civil rights movement and realized how sports fans have made our world a better place to live in. And that's true even if you've never watched a game. Brings all sorts of people together, the one phrase you used. It helps brainpower expand on that a little bit because this isn't just your opinion. You There is a scientific basis for this. Yeah, there is And it's It's not unique to sport. But sports is a great way to do it. So you know, they have pretty much established that if you exercise your brain like any other muscle, you know it, it stays vibrant. For longer and especially as we're aging, regular exercise of your brain fights, cognitive decline, and for some people, that's you know, doing Siddhu koa crossword puzzles every day. But sport watching sports is a great way to get that mental stimulation because you know there's a lot going on when you're paying attention to sports and remembering the players, the teams and they studied the way that your brain actually works when you're watching sports and the mirror neurons and the firing of the synapse. Is in your brain and it Zoe High powered workout. It's It's one of the best ways to sort of stay young. Well, people get very emotional about it, and I did criminal law for 25 years as a defense lawyer. Remember those cases of arguing the 40 Niners of the Raiders who was better and somebody ended up getting shot. So it does bring out passionate people. It absolutely does. But you don't remember that about more than half of Americans consider themselves sportsman. And when you have 200 million people, you're gonna have some people. You know some some out liars in that group, right? You know, there are all kinds in the world of sports fans, but to me, you know, I can say safely now having having done the research that the good far outweighs the bad. Well, it's a way to get out of depression, and it is entertainment for so many people. When we think about it, the world would be a AH, lot like dollar. Let's put it that way without without sports, So the book is fans. Watching sports makes us happier, healthier and more understanding in this good scientific basis for that. Larry has throughout the book, so I appreciate you being on and congratulations. Has the book going Oh, it's going pretty well. Actually, The New York Times just today ran it as a pick for great sports books of the year. So that was a nice little feather in my cap. Terrific. How did you break the world's record? The Guinness World Book of Records? Yeah, Um, The first one was golf. I was writing a story for Golf magazine. And I sort of wanted to see if I could join Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus in the record book and originally didn't think I could say it was gonna be a story about my failed humorous attempts..
Meet Christa Couture, Author, Indigenous, Disabled, Mom
"There's something really important than i think. We need to talk about first. And that is the fact that apparently you fold everything including dishcloths. We gotta start with you. It's wtrw yes i do. I do fold everything away. Gosh my secret is out. I mean well. I am very like tidy very organized person and you know on one hand. I love like the drawer. Everything being neatly tidied and put away because then it's like pleasing. It's like a small little tiny moment of of having fresh flowers. It's just like oh that's nice And i think for a while. I mean there's probably a part in my life for any little mishap would crush me and i think it's sort of turned me into a bit of a neat freak because it meant that that was an area of my life i could kill some control over so there was a time. We're just kinda served me well to think okay. Well at least taken full these dish put them away so that when it opened the door. It's not total chaos. I can't do much else. So i think i've always been a tidy person. But i think it probably got heightened in the in the last years but yes. It's true it's true. I'm i think. I know where you may be got some secret intel. All i'm going to share is at the person who related this very critical intel to me said it also happened to be pretty life changing for them. So that's good to hear that a positive listed in the beginning right but but then ultimately life changing in every way match so you grew up. Sounds like into a certain extent. Kenneth splitting your time part With your mom and canada and then summers aish with your dad in montclair new jersey to set aside a new york for those who don't know where that is. Your dad Was cree and sounds like he was. A healer was a culture her first nations culture part of your life from the earliest days. I'm curious yeah. And in this way that i wouldn't have known was remarkable or even to name because it was just there and my dad did also live in northern alberta. There was yeah definitely split my time and a few few homes as per custody agreements and my parents both moving a lot and so where he lived in northern alberta was was on a a cre- reserve and and he was a healer. And so you know what. My dad's house. There was a sweat lodge in usually one or two ts in the yard and he ran various ceremonies and in the summer. We would go to another camp where he ran fast for people. And i would my sister and i would just be running around in the field and he would be doing that work. And so you know as a kid i didn't i. Of course. I took it for granted that the swizz present in my life and that i had access to ceremony which of course for a lot of indigenous people. There's been you know. A break for a lot of heartbreaking reasons and so i feel really grateful that it was just there i mean the soaraway. I feel about it now. Is that you know as a teenager. I was like okay. Whatever dad and then by the time in my twenties i was ready to come back and say okay wait. Can we now talk about this. Can you share these teachings with me. More you know explicit way was when he was was sick and when he died and so i wasn't able to kind of learn more from him in a more direct way but but of course it it shaped me and it was. It was there. My child had the. I mean even just to know that this is a part of you from the earliest days until learn through us moses through just being around it. I think that's so powerful. It's something that i've been come kind of fascinated with the concept of lineage and heritage over last couple of years. Maybe i'm at that point in my life where i'm getting curious about it. And if it like so often so many of us really know nothing about you. Know not just our parents as human beings but also the lineage that you know their parents and their parents and their parents and and what may have been lost along the way. Yeah and it's interesting. What gets shared. Because my dad was also french that my last name couture was my dad's last name but i know i know about french. Canadian like i would feel a bit shakey thing. I say a french canadian ancestry. I don't feel like. I'm part of that cultural group in the present whereas my from my mother's side she scandinavian and her parents lived in new norway. Alberta says it all right there and and so there was. There was some presence of that. You know adhere the stories and some of the words and the way. They talked about being norwegian and swedish. Was there but dia french. But i kinda i don't really talk about some like i wouldn't know what to say so it's interesting with the lineage. Because it's also like what was what happened to be present and so i can't the ways that i think of myself. I mean i think of my father very much as a cre- person although he was also mixed you know technically
‘Whole Generations Of Fathers’ Lost As COVID-19 Kills Young Latino Men In New York City Area
"19 death in New Jersey. Over the past year, more than 23,000 people have died of the virus in the Garden state. Open. 19 has devastated older populations. But it has cut some young lives short to hitting working age Latino men hardest there more than seven times as likely to die of the virus than young white men in New Jersey. And they make up nearly half of the deaths among those aged 18 to 49. Today. W N Y sees Cameron He brings us the story of a young father and the four Children he left behind Elizabeth Johanna Moranis is walking Tommy pretending white ships to pass in a super car wash. Its offer one and nine in the city that shares her name Elizabeth, New Jersey. Red Car wash. Sign closed driver speeding past auto body shops and liquor stores, The car wash. Takes up an entire street corner. It's a great building with a small convenience store and a garage for quick oil changes. Elizabeth's dad used to work here. It's right next to her house. We were calling and I and asked him to get us a nice girl. Some days, she and her brothers would bring her dad beef Patties or pizza from the take out spot across the street. When the line of cars cleared out at night they play We were going by the oil change and just place offer with them. Other kids had a backyard. Elizabeth and her brothers had the car wash or write our bikes around the car wash. Well, he's Cleaning or working. But now Elizabeth's childhood playground is a reminder that her father is gone. Reynaldo Hahn Oh, died of covert 19 in December. He was 44. He likely caught the virus while working just steps away from where he lived with Elizabeth Smother along with their four Children, two cats a bird and got me in this house and knowing that She's no open up or to look outside. Let's see that he's not working there anymore, Huh? No, is one of 361 Latino men under 50, who have died of covert in New Jersey. Over. 19 told Hispanic men twice as much as young black men and seven times that of young white men were losing whole generations of Father's. Stephanie Silveira is an epidemiologist for Montclair State University, she says. Not only are Latinos overrepresented in essential work there historically, the least likely to have access to care. Health disparities have long been written off by people as the result of bad behavior, right and I think we'll call that is really highlighting in a way that cannot be ignored is that a lot of these disparities are systemic inequality. Hana started washing cars more than 20 years ago, when he first arrived from Mexico. He started at a car wash in New York City until it closed after 9 11. That's when Johanna across the New York Harbor and the New Jersey State line to settle and Elizabeth slice of Americana. Frank are goatee. Frayer is a history professor at Kean University just outside Elizabeth. He says immigrants have long settled in New Jersey's fourth largest city, where housing is cheaper, and transportation is more accessible fifties after World War, two industries moved out of the cities, places like Elizabeth, you know, saw an outflow of population. And then they were replaced by immigrant groups are goatee. Frayer says the jobs that many
"montclair" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"On the CBS News weekend round up on Allison Keyes. The CDC this week said classrooms could reopen even if teachers have not received a covert 19 vaccine. But educators from Chicago to New Jersey aren't buying it. San Francisco was suing its own school district of force re openings. CBS is make Oliver Day and near Ocala, Rana's son, I'm a route started sixth grade this year. He's never even stepped inside of this middle school it like all public schools in San Francisco, shut down at the height of the pandemic. Teachers have refused to return until a number of conditions are met, including a staff testing plan included 19 prevention measures. How do you feel about the teachers unions refusing to go back in person? I haven't seen that does not right. They're not thinking about the kids. They're not thinking about how the kids are being impacted. This has become ovaries Primary classroom At the beginning she was engaged. He was motivated, But then you know, after all this month They just lost San Francisco back by mayor of London Breathed filed a lawsuit against its own school district Wednesday in an attempt to force classrooms back open. City officials point to more than 100, private and parochial schools that have reopened with almost 16,000 students attending in person classes and less than five cases of suspected in school Covic transmission. Kids are suffering and the inequalities that existed before this pandemic have only become more severe public school teachers like Meghan Colusa say they're just his desperate to get back to the classroom, but with proper safety protocols were relying on our state government. Um, to provide everything that we haven't we just haven't had enough. For now, Parents like calla Rano are doing what they can to help their kids even if it means moving, remote learning to a park. Does it make you feel? Makes me feel kind of like I'm not even in school like I'm just on the computer, saying them waiting lawsuits are multiplying nationwide here in Montclair, New Jersey, they became the first district in the state to sue their teachers union after a staff shortage forced them to cancel their reopening plan in January. Meg Oliver, CBS NEWS MONTCLAIR, New Jersey But Christian Lopez of former seventh grade math teacher and Gwinnett County, Georgia says he sees both sides He and his wife, Joe Jasmine, both caught called it 19 in October, Christian resigned. I contract that Cove it on the classroom..
Parents, Students Protest Decision To Keep Classrooms Closed In Montclair, NJ, New York
"Elizabeth students have not been in a classroom since Last March, the teachers union blocked members from going back to classrooms in Montclair. Causing an extension of remote learning. Parents and students protest into the cold On Monday, a covert outbreak among teachers and staff in marble has delayed
"montclair" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Age of majority ends February 4 licensed in all 50 states and molest number 30 30. The NFL is not sponsored promotion in any way. New Jersey one a 1.5 instant weather cloud cover will slowly but steadily increase across the garden state this evening. I don't think that blanket the clouds will prevent a freeze for most of the state overnight, low temperatures will fall to around the 30 degree mark. Lots of twenties out there first thing tomorrow morning. Also tomorrow morning. A chance of snow showers associate it with a weak cold front. Sweeping through could be some reduced visibility, even a coding on the ground in spots. Mostly cloudy, breezy and colder Tomorrow highs only make it to the upper thirties. Full recovery on Thursday 40 to 4500 partly sunny skies. From the Edison heating and cooling weather desk. I'm chief meteorologist Dan zero in Middletown Ship. It's 43, Montclair, 40, Freehold 41 fast traffic and instant Whether every 15 minutes on New Jersey one on 1.5 Start the New year with a new you. You can win a free three month membership to Planet Fitness. Plus get in our grand prize of $1000 of fresh, delicious meals from Queen, Bro. Just listen. Starting at 9 15, 1 15 and 4 15 for secret Code word. You enter it online or on her apt to win your free planet Fitness membership. Three winners every week day. Details on N j Wanna 15 dot com. Thanks to our sponsors eat clean, bro. All natural prepared meals delivered straight to your door and planet fitness. Your fitness is essential to 23 with Tyminski and Doyle were talking about locking yourself out of your car because I did that today. If you wanna call me stupid, That's fine. But I couldn't figure out how to start the car. Stupid. I was able to get into the car with the code on the side thing. Goodness. I say that card in my wallet, but I didn't really do many good cause I couldn't.
New York - N.J. Should Be More Aggressive In Stopping COVID-19 Spread, Epidemiologists Say
"Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, Along with New York Governor Cuomo and four other governors from neighboring states are holding an emergency covert 19 summit this weekend. To consider possible coordinated actions. It's happening as epidemiologists are concerned about the spike in covert cases in New Jersey, where more than 3000 new cases are being reported each day WN Y sees Nancy Solomon reports. Jersey hasn't seen consistently high numbers like this since last April, And when cases first started surging last month. Officials like Health Commissioner Judy Person, Kelly pointed to private gatherings is the primary culprit. Recent gatherings, many of which were a Halloween parties. Have led to nearly 70 cases in union plaster. Somerset Essex in Cumberland County's now new data from the Health Department that looked at the cause of infections in October, found that a third of cases were traced to team sports. Another large source was the workplace. Yet Governor Phil Murphy says he's reluctant to shut down non essential businesses or sports that don't involve out of state travel. Three New Jersey based epidemiologists contacted by W. N Y. C. Say the state is that a dangerous point, particularly with hospitalizations also spiking upward. They say that in order to keep schools and essential businesses open the state should be restricting indoor dining bars and social gatherings. I'm also surprised that We haven't seen more action taken on in terms of restrictions. Stephanie Silveira is a professor at Montclair State University. She says she's particularly concerned about food service workers who earn low wages and often don't have health insurance. Another looming problem is Thanksgiving, says Rutgers University epidemiologist Henry Raymond. I think it's really going to be hard to imagine that everyone is gonna Stay home with their own Todd or bubble and not want to get together with cousin Harry or Uncle Fred Raymond work for a city public Health Department before becoming a professor. So he says he understands how difficult it is to balance public policy with science. In spite of numbers increasing statewide, the governor has said his team would take what he called a surgical approach to combating the second wave. To that end, he announced this week that individual towns and cities can order non essential businesses to close by 8 P.m..
F9 to be released online due to coronavirus
"With this is John horn of course host of the frame on KPCC honorary vice president of the one eight movie club John the best night isn't the only movie that was scheduled for release is now is having a perhaps a very different release than was imagined by filmmakers what is going on with movies how are they making the decision whether to delay a release or to go ahead in unconventional means I think the easiest answer is it depends I mean I think a lot of studios have taken their big budget movies and move them out of the summer season so right now in theory you have been watching F. nine the latest fast and furious movie was supposed to open may twenty second it's now coming out in April of twenty twenty one Black Widow a Marvel movie was going to open may first it's now November seventh so the bigger movies mostly are postponing their releases there are some films where they are taking them straight to video on demand or streaming platforms it's what universal did with its trolls war world tour movie and what it's doing in a couple of weeks with Judd Apatow's film I king of Staten Island and then there's some movies like Hamilton which Disney was supposed to release next year theatrically that they're gonna put on their streaming service Disney plus pretty soon most of the big movies though are gonna wait because there's only a handful of theaters that are open now if you can't play a movie in every theater around the country that it doesn't make any sense that said Christopher Nolan's film tenant is supposed to come out July seventeenth in theaters and the live action version of Mulan is supposed to come out July twenty fourth still feels iffy to me but that's the plan that Warner brothers and Disney have for those two films and right now they're sticking to it so one of those movies that is gonna be streaming is vast of night as I'm in and it's playing at drive ins but it's gonna be streaming on demand on Amazon prime on Friday and joining us is the director Andrew Patterson from his home in Oklahoma high and you're welcome to wanting Hey good to be on the show I wonder how it feels for you to be releasing a movie at this moment in time unexpected you know we'd made the movie a few years back and felt like it was you know we didn't even know if for when we were gonna get a distribution deal and then it lands right in the middle of the pandemic we were scheduled for may fifteenth and so we have it a little bit and and actually went out nationwide in drive ins first and and people came out and had good experiences from what we can tell I mean I got to say the movie is uniquely suited for a drive and did you go watch it from your car yeah we did we what's that in the at Montclair mission tiki opening night and day you know unique experience at least to get to see a movie that has a lot of outdoor scenes and and in the sky plays a big part of the movie and and you have had lights flashing through parking lots in the movie and it kind of felt three dimensional away because of those extra elements sort of surrounding you at the drive in I'm gonna be super careful because I do not want to be the person explains this for anyone else but can you what can you tell us about this movie without spoiling anything yeah I mean when you work on a movie and and and marketed and publicize it you learn ways around maybe hoping not to tip the hat too much but yeah you know it's it's set in New Mexico in the nineteen fifties and and just those two elements a lone people sort of draw a line between them and and make some conclusions immediately in our film follow the switchboard operator who sixteen female name Faye and a radio DJ named Everitt who's eighteen nineteen twenty and they sort of start to hear some things through the radio and the switchboard that sound like they're not of at least local in in origin and then they decide to a curious and start to chase it down John this film is getting a lot of attention I wonder why would you say that is an again John no spoilers but what why are people so excited about this movie well it's really good I think that's the obvious reason it is a tremendously impressive first feature it is so well made so well acted really it's just a perfect little movie but I think one of the things that's odd about a film like this and it's feels a little kind of heartless to say it it actually is benefiting from the crown of virus because none of those big movies are coming out nobody is going to see the light latest Marvel movie or a lot latest fast and furious film so movies like this that are coming out on different platforms like streaming they're not having their release date how old have a real opportunity because there's not a lot of new content that people can find and here you have a film that would be maybe it would really face some challenges if it were real released theatrically as originally planned in mid may because it's going up against all of these giant movies and now it has kind of a little silo of no competition because there's nothing really playing in theaters and there's nothing that new or big or great that's debuting on streaming platforms so I think it's the in some odd way it's almost the perfect combination of a really good movie coming out when they're not a lot of really good movies
F9 to be released online due to pandemic
"With this is John horn of course host of the frame on KPCC honorary vice president of the one eight movie club John the best night isn't the only movie that was scheduled for release is now is having a perhaps a very different release than was imagined by filmmakers what is going on with movies how are they making the decision whether to delay a release or to go ahead in unconventional means I think the easiest answer is it depends I mean I think a lot of studios have taken their big budget movies and move them out of the summer season so right now in theory you were been watching F. nine the latest fast and furious movie was supposed to open may twenty second it's now coming out in April of twenty twenty one Black Widow a Marvel movie was going to open may first it's now November seventh so the bigger movies mostly are postponing their releases there are some films where they are taking them straight to video on demand or streaming platforms it's what universal did with its trolls war world tour movie and what it's doing in a couple of weeks with Judd Apatow's film I king of Staten Island and then there's some movies like Hamilton which Disney was supposed to release next year theatrically that they're gonna put on their streaming service Disney plus pretty soon most of the big movies though are gonna wait because there's only a handful of feeders that are open now if you can't play a movie in every theater around the country that doesn't make any sense that said Christopher Nolan's film tenant is supposed to come out July seventeenth in theaters and the live action version of Mulan is supposed to come out July twenty fourth still feels iffy to me but that's the plan that Warner brothers and Disney have for those two films and right now they're sticking to it so one of those movies that is going to be streaming is vast of nine as I mentioned it's playing at drive ins but it's gonna be streaming on demand on Amazon prime on Friday and joining us is the director Andrew Patterson from his home in Oklahoma hi Andrew welcome to winning Hey good to be on the show I wonder how it feels for you to be releasing a movie at this moment in time unexpected you know we'd made the movie a few years back and felt like it was you know we didn't even know if for when we were gonna get a distribution deal and then it lands right in the middle of the pandemic we were scheduled for may fifteenth and so we have it a little bit and and actually went out nationwide and drive ins first and and people came out and had good experiences from what we can tell I mean I got to say the movie is uniquely suited for a drive and did you go watch it from your car yeah we did we what's that in the Montclair mission tiki opening night and do you know if you need to experience at least to get to see a movie that has a lot of outdoor scenes and and in the sky plays a big part of the movie and and you have headlights flashing through parking lots in the movie and it kind of felt three dimensional away because of those extra elements sort of surrounding you at the drive in I'm gonna be super careful because I do not want to be the person explains this for anyone else but can you what can you tell us about this movie without spoiling anything yeah I mean when you work on a movie and and and marketed and publicize it you you learn ways around maybe hoping not to tip the hat too much but yeah you know it's it's set in New Mexico in the nineteen fifties and and just those two elements alone people sort of draw a line between them and and make some conclusions immediately in our film follow the switchboard operator who sixteen female name Faye and a radio DJ named Everitt who's eighteen nineteen twenty and they sort of start to hear some things through the radio and the switchboard that sound like they're not of at least local in in origin and then they decide to a curious and start to chase it down John this film is getting a lot of attention I wonder why would you say that is an again John no spoilers but what why are people so excited about this movie well it's really good I think that's the obvious reason it is a tremendously impressive first feature it is so well made so well acted really it's just a perfect little movie but I think one of the things that are about a film like this and it's feels a little kind of heart was to say it it actually is benefiting from the crown of iris because none of those big movies are coming out nobody is going to see the light latest Marvel movie or a lot latest fast and furious film so movies like this that are coming out on different platforms like streaming they're not having their release date how old have a real opportunity because there's not a lot of new content that people can find and here you have a film that would be maybe it will really face some challenges if it were real released theatrically as originally planned in mid may because it's going up against all of these giant movies and now it has kind of a little silo of no competition because there's nothing really plain in theaters and there's nothing that new or big or great that's debuting on streaming platforms so I think it's the in some odd way it's almost the perfect combination of a really good movie coming out when they're not a lot of really good movies
The Vampire of Sacramento: Richard Trenton Chase
"Old at American River College and began his first semester there in September of nineteen sixty eight to everyone's surprise he did all right in classes a few that way and he was expelled but unlike many dropouts Richard Chase did not move back in with his parents he relished the chance to live Stadium found Richard Chase casually sitting on the front lawn outside their house and ended up talking with him we don't know what their conversation entailed but by the end of it it democracy in stadium allowed Richard to move in with them and share their rent Richard's father gave him fifty dollars a month to put toward rent and he paid for the arrest with a series of odd jobs at first Richard seemed to be personable guy who gave no signs of being difficult roommate but demark in stadiums soon learned this was very far from the case free from any real obligations Richards eccentricities grew dramatic for recent that remained a mystery to his new roommates Richard became incredibly paranoid boarding up the door to his room and knocking down the wall in his closet to make a new entrance this way he said no one can sneak up on me his drug use persisted he was always stoned and was utterly in considerate of his roommates at one point two marquee witnessed Richard leaning out a window while waving a gun at someone walking by the House both of them agreed living with Richard any longer would be a nightmare they confronted Richard about his habits and told him he would have to move out Richard refused rather than argue to Marquis and stadium simply packed up and abandoned the property shortly after her departure Rachel stadiums brothers and some of their friends moved into the newly vacated House Day experienced the same problems with Richard that their sister had experienced before Richard was messy unkempt and constantly high he would frequently wander out of his room completely nude while the they had guests over but his irritating behaviour reached a fever pitch when he found out his new roommates had a rock band when they practiced their music he insisted on joining them they tried to talk him out of it but he ignored their obvious lack of interest banging on a Conga drum alongside them and winging poorly eventually Rachel stadiums brothers somehow achieved what she had been unable to do they got Richard Shade. it to pack his bags and leave sometime in late nineteen seventy-one Richard found himself living with his mother on Montclair st the relationship between his parents had reached a breaking point beer on the verge of separating criminally and having their eccentric antisocial twenty one year old moved back in with them didn't exactly help matters especially as his actions turned even more disturbing and eventually violent up next Richard Trenton chase grows too violent for his family to handle
Construction begins on $570 million Penn Station renovation project
"Of five hundred seventy million dollar year long project starting today at New York's Penn station means big changes for commuters. Correspondent Kristen marks looks at a few of the changes coming in from New Jersey midtown direct rail service on the Montclair Bhuttan line and one north jersey coast line train is being diverted to Hoboken forcing commuters to take the path or find another way into the city, this will allow for the rebuilding of two tracks on the east end of
U.S. judge blocks Texas fetal tissue burial laws
"A federal judge is blocking a Texas law requiring that aborted fetal tissue be either cremated or buried in Austin US district judge David Ezra ruled today that the law place unconstitutional obstacles in the path of a woman's right to choose to terminate her pregnancy as we're writes in his decision that the law in question, quote would likely cause a near catastrophic failure of the healthcare system designed to serve women of childbearing age within the state of Texas lawyers for the state argued that the law protects human dignity and has no adverse effect on abortion.
Kyrie Irving, Cheryl Miller and Holly discussed on The Jump
"Idea that I would end up belonging to almost four different families. I had no idea. I had no idea about the history and no idea how inclusive this group is and what it means to be part of standing rock and be part of the United Nations. So I wanna thank all you guys for hosting myself. My sister and my best friend
BBC, Mandela and Thailand discussed on BBC World Service
"Hello and welcome. To Newsday from the BBC World Service Lawrence Pollard. I'm Clement Donald flights between an era resumed today, we'll talk about the symbolic importance. Around this story but also the hopeful business opportunities both countries that may folly also. Deploys, rescued from the Thai cave discharged from hospital today. They finally returned to their families for a hug it's going to be the first time we hear from, them at a press conference century, after his birth Nelson, Mandela is still inspiring people but also provoking debates he should. Have done like free and not sell us out Let's numbers of owning company in the. Business, tech giant Google faces a big fine from the. European Union's competition what stop the interview off day we speak to the Montclair speaks to the man who, walked twenty miles to get a, job and he got, his just reward all coming up lots more here on Newsday BBC news with. Sue Montgomery there's always is in Thailand say that twelve boys and their football coach were rescued from a flooded cave by divers, earlier this month aren't you to leave hospital later today earlier than originally announced Jonathan hairdryer ports from northern Thailand doctors who've been treating the rescued boys say they've recovered quickly from their ordeal the tile have tightly restricted access to the boys with.