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"mount etna" Discussed on Fresh Air
"My God it makes you laugh to think someone like me could keep someone like you. Remember what I become fun fact Peter Dinklage and screenwriter Eric Schmidt are a couple. As are Hayley Bennett and the film's director, Joe Wright. Think of it as a romantic behind the scenes footnote to a movie that's unabashedly romantic and spirit. Wright's filmmaking has a pleasing old fashioned sumptuousness. Courtesy of production designer Sarah Greenwood and costume designers Massimo cantini parini and Jacqueline Duran, who are Oscar nominated for their dazzling work here. And as always, write controls the camera with fluid grace. Letting us see the actors and dancers moving through space. With none of the busy cutting you get in so many contemporary movie musicals. Bennett is a trained singer, and she delivers the movie's strongest musical performance. Her rock sand really comes to emotional life when she's called on to sing. Dinklage has musical experience, too. He was the frontman of a 90s puck band called wizzy. And he expresses cyrano's every longing, with a deep, soulful baritone. He's an inspired choice for the role. Like Tyrion Lannister, whom dinklage played to perfection on Game of Thrones, cyrano is always the smartest person in the room. Easy to underestimate, but hard to defeat in a battle of wits or weapons. But dinklage shows you the deep ache at cyrano's core. And makes you feel the sting of his unrequited love. Some purists may miss that big nose, but there's something about the lack of prosthetic enhancements that makes dinklage's performance all the more poignant. What you see on screen is all him. Nothing more and nothing less. That disarming sincerity applies to the movie as a whole. It's not always the most graceful retelling of this oft told tale, but it's hard not to admire rights conviction. And sometimes his crazy audacity. Only a truly committed director would have opted to shoot a climactic battle scene at 16,000 feet above sea level. On the side of Mount Etna, a live volcano. It's a showy flourish for sure. But also a fitting one for a story of such grand, operatic passion, Justin Chang is the film critic for the LA times. He reviewed cyrano, starring Peter Dinklage. Fresh air's executive producer is Danny Miller, our senior producer today is Roberta shorrock. Our technical director and engineer is Audrey bentham, with additional engineering support from Joyce Lieberman, Julian hertzfeld, and Adam stanislavski. Our interviews and reviews are produced and edited by Amy salit, Phyllis Myers, Sam briger, Lauren krenzel, Heidi saman, Teresa Madden, Anne Marie baldonado, a challenger, Seth Kelly, and Kayla Lattimore. Our producer of digital media is Molly CV nesper for Terry gross. I'm Dave Davies..
"mount etna" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Headquarters here in London I'm Caroline Hepburn Welcome to Bloomberg daybreak Europe So Russia and the threat in Ukraine crescendos the U.S. prepares some sanctions Joseph Burrell the foreign policy chief in Europe vows that to Russia's illegal actions in his words will not go on punish but it could take days for a package of measures to be finalized and also what exactly qualifies as an invasion as military action Vladimir Putin has talked about sending in a peacekeeping forces so much debate and a lot of questions to answer will be going live to Moscow to speak to Bloomberg's correspondent there Henry Mayer on the latest In terms of the markets though it's the one thing that investors do not like which is more uncertainty even though the drum beat has been there for some days traders have reacted to the latest development So European equity futures at the moment are tumbling 1.2% NASDAQ future sinking 2% this morning And the Russian ruble has sunk the most in about two years We've seen the moex The stock index in Russia currently down by 6.4% this morning We're watching Russell shares their plunging 22% in Hong Kong trading but also names like gas bombs bear bank vtb sanctions on Russian energy exports are seen as less likely according to Bluebird intelligence but that would be a massive game changer Energy price volatility of course we've seen a jump at all prices of surge this morning 3.9% higher for WTI crude futures and safe havens such as U.S. treasuries are obviously bid We trade at one 86 on the ten year so dropping close to 7 basis points The U.S. back after that president's day holiday Yesterday Also we've seen the sell off in Asia the Nike falling about 2% hang seng tumbling also this morning The hang saying down a 2.8% this morning Just one other line of interest Bank of America now calling for the bank of Japan to hike interest rates in 2022 the first time in a generation And we do have a number of earnings out too of interest but really most of the focus at the moment on Ukraine So let's bring in our markets live editor Heather Burke on that note The idea is that these Ukraine tensions could be a significant financial political economic shock really across the whole of Europe and then even with ramifications for the fed What does it mean for interest rates Good morning Right So let's unpack on the racing So treasuries are rallying remember they had the worst start to a year in four decades The yield is back below 1.9% Traders still see the fed hiking in March fixed increases in 2022 Which makes sense The fed needs to pay inflation oil going toward a hundred a barrel can make that worse That being said swaps traders are being seen further afield they're seeing that the Euro dollar curve is inverting to signal strong as rate cut in 2024 now So there's definitely more caution longer outgoing in the rate space because of the rising geopolitical tension Yeah that perhaps there is a risk to the global recovery and then the impact on central banks Okay so what do the Ukraine tensions then mean a bit more broadly You have Goldman Sachs saying that it could mean a 6% drop in stocks All of this dependent on well they're looking at the ruble and other indicators aren't they Correct Goldman Sachs came out with the U.S. stocks and other 6% lower My colleague on Emily 7 Flint analyzed some of that saying the conflict risks are already more than 50% price That being said we are seeing futures tracking the S&P 500 are headed for a technical correction It looks like it's going to be another really down day in stocks Russian aspects are really getting hit again the stock index down 6% at the open Risk reversals on the ruble show positioning options traders are the most bearish since the Crimea conflict sanctions We're seeing a bid in gold That's classic haven a back above 1900 an ounce So across the board across asset traders are really jittery This geopolitical tensions are notoriously hard to price This one is no different Yeah okay Heather thanks so much for being with us this morning Yes a lot of markets to keep an eye on with these Russia tensions growing Heather Burke there for real-time market comedy and analysis check out markets live MLI V on your Bloomberg terminal Let's get some more details then on exactly what Vladimir Putin has been saying and the response has been guaranteed with our top stories good morning Caroline good morning and thank you Russian president Vladimir Putin has recognized two self proclaimed separatist republics in eastern Ukraine escalating Moscow standoff with the west We demand for those who took over and retain the power and keep to immediately stop combat activity otherwise the responsibility for continuing the bloodshed will lay on the shoulders of the Ukrainian regime Meanwhile the Kremlin will deploy what Putin called peace keeping forces to the breakaway regions that potentially moves Russia closer to direct confrontation with Ukraine Moscow does deny it plans to invade Meanwhile the EU and the U.S. have condemned the action while the United Nations called for an immediate secession of hostilities Later Boris Johnson will chair emergency talks to agree a significant package of sanctions against Russia the prime minister has condemned Russia's actions I think it's a very ill omen and a very dark sign And certainly an indication yet another indication that things are moving in the wrong direction in Ukraine Meanwhile The White House also plans to announce sanctions on Russia today and France's Emmanuel Macron slammed Putin's decree as a breach of Ukraine's sovereignty Now England's remaining coronavirus restrictions will come to an end on Thursday and free testing will stop for most people from April The government's living with COVID plan will mean that the end of south isolation for people who test positive for coronavirus and people paying for lateral flow test kids England's chief medical officer Chris witty admits there are hospitals still under significant pressure but remains hopeful about the infection rates And this is the big difference that trajectory the first big difference the trajectory is definitely down at the moment and it is steadily down and has been for some time a way to go but that is the direction of travel very different to where we found ourselves in previous periods But chief scientific adviser Patrick villan says new variants are inevitable some of which could evade vaccines and labor says the plan will leave England a vulnerable and leader Keir Starmer said that this is a half baked announcement from the government paralyzed by chaos and incompetence.
"mount etna" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Some point was placed in a carrier and placed outside As officers went to bring that baby to safety the suspect continued to shoot Firing and striking for other officers Police say the baby was unharmed three other officers were wounded from shrapnel but all are recovering The suspect was later found dead inside the home according to police who did not say how he died for NPR news on Greg hani and Phoenix Wall Street is trading lower at this hour the Dow was down 438 points at the loss of 1.2% The NASDAQ is down 348 points the loss of nearly two and a half percent in the S&P 500 It sounds 74 points that's down one and a half percent If you're listening to NPR news President Biden has ordered three and a half $1 billion of Afghanistan's frozen assets held in the U.S. to be used for humanitarian relief in Afghanistan and for relatives of the September 11th terrorist attacks in the U.S. The White House says the move is intended to put the funds in the hands of the people of Afghanistan while keeping them out of the hands of the Taliban In August the Biden administration froze around $7 billion in Afghan government assets another $3 billion remains frozen in other countries Europe's biggest and most active volcano erupted overnight on Aetna lit up the sky across much of the Italian island of Sicily and pira silvia pajo reports the volcano spewed ash and plumes of smoke for miles Italy's national institute for geophysics and volcanology said the eruption centered on the volcano southeastern crater and said ashes and smoke 8 kilometers into the sky The eruption did not cause any injuries or closed down the nearby Catania airport but it produced what the institute calls volcanic lightning a rare phenomenon Mount Etna has been experiencing intense activity for close to a year and the institute said the eruptions have slightly raised the volcano's elevation to 3357 meters above sea level some 500,000 people live around the base of Mount Etna one of the most active volcanos in the world so people Jolie NPR news Rome Crude oil prices are trading higher at this hour up 4% at $93 44 cents a barrel U.S. markets are trading lower This is NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations Other contributors include C three AI C three AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable problems C three AI is enterprise AI On city lights we celebrated latter's vibrant art scene We get to do this because of the community that supports the station That's why this month we are celebrating sustainers celebrating you because together we are amplifying at latter From.
"mount etna" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"H. m. a. n. Henry welcome to the show. Thanks so much for having me really truly honored and humbled to be with you. I'm excited to dig in. And as i mentioned before we started recording. We will run out of time before we run out of material but we must start somewhere. I wanted to start perhaps an odd place and that is to go into mythology for a moment and specifically to talk about. If i'm getting the pronunciation right typhon the mythological beast who lived under the volcano aetna. And i've read that at one point you felt like this mythological beast and i would love for you to explain why that is the case okay. Well let's going right back to early years. Great place to start actually basically i had raging severe exim. Ah that's a skin. Affliction many people might know of in think of it as just a rash or something now and then but it can be quite severe. And i had it chronically for. I guess like more or less i. It's hard to sell two to three decades of my life starting from the age of six months. And when i was a kid i was often in hospital for stretches and stuff it was. It was that level and thai fong. I remember hearing about him in class. School to greek mythology lived under mount etna volcano. And he kind of could survive the sulphurous raging heat down there and i lived quite a lot of my early life in a kind of self risk. Raging heat came out through my skin. I don't want to overdramatize it but for living it from the inside it was very difficult. Who is like being slowly on fire or something is. When it's bad it itches to an unimaginable degree. It's really quite debilitating and the doctors in the uk in the nineteen seventies. When i was growing up they didn't really have a lot of great set a tools. They had one tool that was really effective which was heavy steroids but they didn't like to use them. The thing that really made the big difference for me was actually meditation. I took it up in my early mid twenties and it made a dramatic difference quite quickly over forever. Things really shifted once. I started meditating. And i'm not suggesting that all ex ima sufferers will find the same thing because there's a complicated multifaceted affliction and the on clearcut factors. Actually it really is rather tricky. I think for a lot of people to to handle it. But for me that piece of essentially getting a method for calming the nervous system. Which i had not realised needed calming by the way the thing is again. If you grow up with this kind of thing. I think anybody with a chronic ailment to some kind knows what this is like that i mean i suppose it depends when you first get it but especially for kids you just think this is normal. You don't know the something dysfunctional going on. Just this is how the world is a mike is. I started to actually taste a different kind of way of being alive. It was a really big deal. It was wondrous to me is going to hop into also paint a picture for folks because you had this itching weeping bleeding and so forth and the severity of it is remarkable and what i've read it. At least that is having a district nurse coming to you. Daily lane you on a towel. Bathing antiseptic solution wrapping. You coulter bandages and so on. I mean this was a non trivial condition. And when you say that you weren't even aware that the nervous system needed calming. Do you think the eczema was in response to something. That was a psychosomatic. And not in a not in a way that diminishes it but literally psycho hyphen somatic. Response to something that you can identify. Do you have any thoughts on what generated that experience. Well yes i do. Actually i think i mean the kuzina certain says this is kind of private personal mythology of another kind but what happened was that when i was six months old my parents were living. First semester in helsinki and actually both. My parents were professors. Both in russian studies and they had a my dad. Actually i had a fellowship. Helsinki university for a semester. And we all went over those my older brother and myself just six months old mom and dad and this may sound a little fanciful but it's actually real untrue. Because this is actually back in the ninety sixties when the cold war was really hot. Really happening that that time. Basically.
"mount etna" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Will a holiday abroad be possible, With coronavirus still raging in the world in particular South America? They're seeing a spike in the last week. Chile and Colombia's well members of the U. You are spending the day discussing if it's safe to reopen their countries to foreign visitors. Could it be Rome, Paris or even here in London this summer? Will EU officials and politicians now hotly debating and disagreeing on just that on whether and how to open up to tourists this summer? And, of course, the clock is ticking. But only if they're fully vaccinated. Everyone knows that time is slipping away for people to make their plans but some of vacations and in the end if these talks fail, world countries might just make their own decisions. So Don't pack your bags just yet. The decision is getting closer. But it's not yet ratified. Impanel ABC News in London and in Italy, the sky lit up today. Europe's highest and most active volcano, Mount Etna in Sicily erupted this morning, providing a spectacular show off bright orange and red lava that shot up into the night sky. Volcano burst into life again in February and since then has been treating locals to fantastic displays. The eruptions are being closely monitored but do not appear to pose any dangers. Sabina Castle Franco CBS news Room. And Italian village hidden under a lake for decades has emerged from the water cure on was once home to hundreds of people before was flooded back in 1950 to create a hydro electric plant. Since then, a church steeple is peeked out from the icy waters, even inspiring a book and a Netflix series. Now, with a leg temporarily drained, locals have been able to see the final traces of the rest of the underwater village up next at noon. The summer scramble is on on Cape Cod J. Foreigner here, CEO of Rocket Mortgage and Rocket companies. Last year we saw historically low mortgage interest rates. What you may not know is that interest rates are already starting to increase and its law Likely That trend is on Lee going to continue..
"mount etna" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast
"Saying this on fox news. They never should've left. Leaders leaders are the first to pick up a difficult task and put it down. They don't go to cancun and they don't blame their daughter ford if they do so. Yeah i think it is a big deal. The weirdness doesn't even stop there. Even ted's friends are snakes that or they're just trying to be nice to the cruz family at first and it went too far and now the friends are sick of them. But why do i say all the as it turns out someone who's in group chat with ted's wife. Heidi shared screenshots of their conversation. Which proves this wasn't just because his daughter wanted to in these screen shots that were actually given to the new york times. Mrs cruz said quote. Anyone can or want to leave for the week. We may go to cancun. Because she said their house was in all caps quote freezing so to recap ted left constituents in the cold and the dark tried to blame his daughters for it then got proven to be a liar because someone who's close enough to his wife to be in a group chat with her shared screen shots from sad group chat with the new york times again. The classic al franken quote comes to mind he said. Here's the thing you have to understand about ted cruz. I like ted cruz. More than most of my colleagues like ted cruz. And i hate ted cruz. How does everybody hate this guy and he keeps winning. That shows you that for the south. All that matters. Is that our next to your name on the ballot so our final story of the week is about mount etna which erupted to times this week once on tuesday and once on wednesday which was actually thursday in italy. The thursday eruption was the worst of the to lava was flowing for over an hour in reaching heights of three hundred meters and ash was reaching an altitude of thirty thousand feet. And despite all this. I was really shocked to see that there weren't any injuries or deaths and i was like how can a volcano erupted. Nobody gets hurt. But i found my answer. When a few paragraphs later. I read quote at regularly erupts but also serves as a popular tourist destination. Some travelers visit just to see the eruptions. The volcano was active almost once a year so in essence built far enough away in the even take tours on route. That's far enough away that they can still do it while. The volcano is erupting. That's crazy to me. But i guess if you got it figured out not sure that i would do it though. All right folks. that's all. I've got for you today and for this week. Thanks for listening once again. Don't forget to check out quick news to go tomorrow if you missed any episodes this week because that is our weekly recap show where basically. I just combine all the episodes and this week. I do promise to have it actually ready by saturday and just forget to to hit publish last week so it was a sunday edition instead. Also if you haven't already move a five star rating on apple podcasts. Because it really does help the show get visibility. According to their algorithm you either have to pay for it because you're a celebrity to get up in the top rankings or or you get a lot of reviews that are really helpful other than that. Stay safe out there. Stay home if he can get those vaccines if he can. And.
"mount etna" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Back the tech habits as passion, says the tech heavy NASDAQ. Janis Joplin's Pearl. Three months after her death from a heroin overdose. Her second and final studio album, Pearl was released. Salyut one launched into low orbit. That was a Soviet space station. Also turning 50. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. How good was Gene Wilder in that movie? How good was he? Seven years after old Doll published Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the film adaptation arrived on screen. To potshot Cour would have been 50 Park would've well, my guess, is hologram still touring around. It's not a bad deal. Greenpeace turns 50 0. That's Know anything Nice to say about that Malibu Barbie turns 50 not Barbie. But the eruption of Mount Etna. Continental Europe's largest volcano. The Eagles turned 50 the Eagles as a band started in 1971. Randy Meisner. Bernie isn't lead on our little Eden. Leaving? I don't know. I'm asking you okay? The classic rock band formed largely to.
"mount etna" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Miss from the Labor Department this morning. Let's call it a foul ball in the January jobs report. Some 49,000 jobs were created in the month of January, and that's a sharp bounce back from December's number. But it's much weaker than economists were expecting, however. The unemployment rate has dropped from 6.7 to 6.3%. There have been signs that many jobs lost during the pandemic may never come back. His company's find a way to put technology to work instead, and this is disturbing. Tens of thousands of airline employees could be facing furloughs again as soon as next month. United and American Airlines say the slow vaccine rollout continues to hurt travel and the lack of federal funding will likely force the cuts, which could happen in the next several weeks. 9 50. Now this is a woman who has lived through the Great Depression and now a pandemic. She's turning one century old and her family hasn't seen her in more than one year. You're looking for a little love to send her way. Marjorie Lowe is about to join a very exclusive club. He is turning 100 years old, but you would never know it. If you saw her in action, she cooks she cleans. She spry, sometimes too spry active, which is good, but because of cold it. Marjorie is also alone and can't celebrate her big milestone whether Family. So granddaughter Julie McKenna came up with a plan and took to Social Media has tag cards for Mars, which asks anyone and everyone to wish her Nana happy birthday. He loves homemade card. She loves her birthdays and receiving birthday wishes from people you don't know can really lift your spirits. Search hash tag cards for Marge on Facebook to find out where to send yours. Chris Mama WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Mount had to Europe's most active volcano is at it again with lava several times overnight and all the way through the morning. Authorities got this situation or at least the area under control after experts predicted. The volcano activity there. No, no, we're no reports of injuries. Mount Etna in Sicily, a popular tourist destination. The eruptions can be spectacular to watch but very dangerous to see. Looking for traffic reports breaking news and weather is so easy. Just listen to be easy. You punch it up right there on your car radio switched to the AM band and then select 10 30. Wow. Pretty easy, right So easy. Now tell your friends about WBZ Boston's news radio. To the first responders who always step up to.
"mount etna" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Majority of travelers will be taking road trips to play does predict holiday travel will be down nearly 30% this year compared to last year. Expect added congestion, though especially over the next few days, as well as around New Year's. Triple A, expects more than four million Illinois INS to hit the road over the holidays. Unless week independent record 3.2 million passengers went through T Essa beating out Thanksgiving and pre Thanksgiving travel. Illinois reported more than 6200 new cases of covert 19 and 116 more deaths. The positivity rate down to 7.4% Over 63,000 frontline workers have been vaccinated in Illinois to date Commissioner Dr Ellison are But he says Chicago received 23,405 year doses in its first week the city has already received. It's a lot of doses for this week and the city will begin receiving the Moderna vaccine next week. U. S Surgeon general Jerome Adams in Chicago today. We should be incredibly excited. About the fact that we now have two different vaccines authorized for use. There will be 7.9 million vaccinations that go out this week between the Madonna and the five year vaccines. He says the surgeon cases is different from others because we know there's an end point. But he says we can't afford to stop running the marathon, noting vigilance is still important. Right on the heels of Sunday's eruption of Hawaii's Kill away a volcano Mount Etna in south eastern Sicily, is spewing rocks in lava, According to Italian officials. A serious of explosions occurred in three different craters over the past two days. Authorities say the explosions and not create any risk to the towns around the mountain slopes of family in New York, spent the night in the F A. O. Schwarz Toy store in midtown Manhattan. Overlooking the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. It was a special listing posted on Airbnb, says Chief Merchandizing officer David Meagley. You had to live in New York City, because obviously we didn't want people to feel they had to travel for safety purposes. So it was a family out of New York City, and they were the first people to sign up and meet the credentials of living here, and they're the lucky ones. The family had the run of the store, including the giant keyboard from the movie Big. They also got a shopping spree. They checked out this morning after breakfast, WGN sports in college basketball and, well, Hawkeye's be produced 70 to 55, Wisconsin beat Nebraska Toe Legal beat The Huskies, Missouri be Bradley. Forecast in the WGN Chicago Weather Center. Here's meter. I'll just meet us ivory A powerful storm comes.
"mount etna" Discussed on WDRC
"Safety guidelines for airlines and those flying during the current pandemic. Federal officials are telling people what they should do to cut the risk of spreading the Corona virus when flying, but not making them do it. The latest guidelines in a report out recommending that airlines consider limiting capacity on planes to promote social distancing also that carriers and airport's clean surfaces touched by passengers and question them about their health. Travelers are being told they should wear face coverings in airports and on planes, something Ali U. S Airlines already require their passengers DIO they've requested regulators make it a federal rule but have been turned down. Lillian Woo Fox News the number of prison inmates testing positive for Corona virus sword well past the 50,000 mark last month as recent outbreaks threatened to undo control measures put in place earlier in the pandemic. At the end of June. More than 52,000 cases have been confirmed among the present population with at least 616 deaths. Italy's wine industry is preparing to bounce back after Corona virus restrictions are eased Tasting is virtual. This on the slopes of Mount Etna, Europe's highest active volcano, was one of the ways winemaker Donna forgot that tried to stay in touch with customers. During Italy's long locked down the family that runs Donna forgot that has been in the business for six generations. Their cellars opened back up to the public this week. So now tastings can go back to the real thing. Boxes. Amy Kellogg Thie US is heading into the Fourth of July weekend, with many parades and fireworks displays canceled. Beaches and bars also closed. Authorities say how Americans handle the holiday could determine the trajectory of the surging Corona virus outbreak. With confirmed cases climbing in 40 states. Governors have ordered the wearing of masks in public and families are being urged to celebrate their independence at home..
"mount etna" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Gowdy find CASS. We ask a lot of cops Way asked him to do things that we cannot do or will not do. So I'm listening to these experts on television, most of whom have never processed a crime scene. Never arrested a murder suspect never had to look for a missing child or respond to a 911 They have all the answers. They're just not willing to do the job describing listen now by going Fox News casts. America is listening to Fox News. The government has published safety guidelines for airlines and those flying during the current pandemic. Federal officials are telling people what they should do to cut the risk of spreading the Corona virus when flying, but not making them do it. The latest guidelines in a report out recommending that airlines consider limiting capacity on planes to promote social distancing also that carriers and airport's clean surfaces touched by passengers and question them about their health travelers are being told they should wear face coverings in airports. And on planes, something all leading US airlines already require their passengers Dio they've requested regulators make it a federal rule but have been turned down. Lillian Woo Fox News the number of prison inmates testing positive for Corona virus sword well past the 50,000 mark last month as recent outbreaks threatened to undo control measures put in place earlier in the pandemic. At the end of June. More than 52,000 cases have been confirmed among the prison population with at least 616 deaths. Italy's wine industry is preparing to bounce back after Corona virus restrictions are eased Tasting is virtual. This on the slopes of Mount Etna, Europe's highest active volcano, was one of the ways winemaker Donna forgot that tried to stay in touch with customers during Italy's long locked down the family that runs Donna forgot that has been in the business for 16. Orations. Their cellars opened back up to the public this week. So now tastings can go back to the real thing. Boxes. Amy Kellogg Thie US is heading into the Fourth of July weekend, with many parades and fireworks displays canceled. Beaches and bars also closed. Health authorities say how Americans handle the holiday could determine the trajectory of the surging Corona virus outbreak, with confirmed cases climbing in 40 states. Governors have ordered the wearing of masks in public and families are being urged to celebrate their independence.
"mount etna" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Safety guidelines for airlines and those flying during the current pandemic. Federal officials are telling people what they should do to cut the risk of spreading the Corona virus when flying, but not making them do it. The latest guidelines in a report out recommending that airlines consider limiting capacity on planes to promote social distancing also that carriers and airport's clean surfaces touched by passengers. And question them about their health travelers are being told they should wear face coverings in airports and on planes, something all leading US airlines already require their passengers. Do they've requested regulators make it a federal rule but have been turned down. Lillian Woo Fox News the number of prison inmates testing positive for Corona virus sword well past the 50,000 mark last month. As recent outbreaks threatened to undo control measures put in place earlier in the pandemic. At the end of June, more than 52,000 cases have been confirmed among the present population with at least 616 deaths. Italy's wine industry is preparing to bounce back after Corona virus restrictions are eased. The tasting is virtual this on the slopes of Mount Etna, Europe's highest active volcano, was one of the ways winemaker Donna forgot that tried to stay in touch with customers. During Italy's long locked down the family that runs Donna forgot that has been in the business for six generations. Their cellars opened back up to the public this week. So now tastings can go back to the real thing. Boxes. Amy Kellogg The U. S is heading into the Fourth of July weekend, with many parades and fireworks displays canceled. Beaches and bars also closed. Health authorities say how Americans handle the holiday could determine the trajectory of the surging Corona virus outbreak. With confirmed cases climbing in 40 states. Governors have ordered the wearing of masks in public and families are being urged to celebrate their independence at home. I'm rich Dennison, and this is Fox News. Here's your W.
"mount etna" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The south shore twenty four ninety five have a smooth ride to and from Rhode Island Lauren of ninety three and one twenty eight nothing in your way between the pike in Braintree Davidson drawn WBZ's traffic on the threes thank you David is a four day WBZ accu weather forecast now with that band's mostly sunny skies for today's still chilly and still brisk with a high temperature thirty seven degrees not quite as cold for tonight low temperatures ranging from nineteen degrees and some of the colder suburbs to twenty seven degrees along the coast for tomorrow clouds thicken up it'll be much milder day with the high heading up to fifty two degrees we could see a shower in spots for Monday night mainly early and to the south of Boston then for Tuesday turning out mostly cloudy even milder little bit of rain arriving by the evening with a high of fifty nine every Wednesday a shower early in the morning then some breaks for sun by the afternoon still mild though for Wednesday with a high of fifty six thank you at the meteorologist Matt Benz WBZ Boston news radio eighteen degrees this morning in Danvers framing him at nineteen degree is Bridgewater at seventeen and here in Boston sunshine nineteen degrees at seven twenty four this Washington's birthday sales of it last all month long we welcome you to connoisseurs corner on drug rich today with good friend Joe and Ross one of Boston's great wine educators does a super job and doing I thought I'd ask you a little bit about soil and why it's important and we might even touch on the volcanic regions of Italy when we talk about this well one thing that's so special about Italy is as you know they have a lot of volcanoes at nine this Silvius and the winds the grow on these volcanic soils have a particularly wonderful soul T. quality that many many people find attractive enjoy and how bout some regions where this occurs well off the top of my head were looking at the winds that are near mount Vesuvius these are the ones from Compagnia near mount Etna these are the wonderful wines from Sicily and who would know swap Hey it's all grown on volcanic soil and darted through out it'll either wines from volcanic soil regions thank you so much Joanne for more you can go to.
"mount etna" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Big business you can guarantee more on what's going on around the world Sandra thank you India is stepping up plans for cashmere with a massive recruitment drive to feel about fifty thousand vacancies in regional government governess style my they can now see idea just how itself to India's top court agreed to hear a petition challenging the winter made the scrapping of the region's autonomy he also signaled a filling the easing of the communications restriction it's the second most famous volcano has busted back into life storm bodhi lies to the north of Sicily the home of mount Etna and it's been sending huge plumes of ash and smoke into the sky like stone Bailey is one of the most active volcanoes in the world and finally a report commissioned by some some predicts underwater highways hover board baseboards and holidays in space will be common in just fifty years a group of academics and features also think they'll be self cleaning homes and will have implants to monitor how health they say the next five decades would see the biggest changes in technology work and leisure in history global news twenty four hours a day on Erin it took took on Twitter fell by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts and will the one hundred and twenty countries I'm young parents this is Bloomberg most Jeff Lianna which of those would you most like to play my space space no so meaning home no because I love cleaning it to stress relief I love he purring but I think that come on over well if there's that one group being polite to get fifty years into the future and avoid the current situation I think it's probably British politicians because the brexit drama has been going on for so long now many of them are feeling totally exhausted bought a new development has put everyone of course into well another difficult position trying to see what they can do to come out of it prime minister Boris Johnson has secured the queen's missions suspend parliament I hate all three brexit date over October thirty first on will be resuming on and head over the queen's speech to open a new session on October the fourteenth but the Commons will shut down on September the twelfth severely restricting a presence of an idea breaks it from being able to debate an alternative well for more we're joined by doing the exact executive editor international government Rosalyn Matheson rose into good morning thanks this a total is to keep up with this but at least when we knew about this yesterday people trying to say well what does it actually mean what I guess it means is that the time to actually try and stop Amodio breaks it will try to stop Boris Johnson from heading in that direction is much much less yes indeed I said if we think lawmakers are exhausted we can provide the rest of his days it really has squeeze time and Boris Johnson says this is very normal obviously this is this is many problem it's not that unusual in the U. K. but doing it in this way in this manner for breaks it really is unprecedented in what he's doing is giving lawmakers very little time to debate any new deal in fact come back next week and then pretty much be suspended shortly afterward and then only have two weeks at the end of that off to the queen's speech and possibly less because they might debate the queen's speech for five days that might lead them just a week to work out how we gonna get breaks it down before October thirty first because burns bars Johnson has said if we get to October thirty first without it they were going out anyway which well I mean isn't that the only choice I mean isn't that clear if you have no deal by October thirty first at the deadline what are the other options yes and date and it might be in fact that that does in the flip side force to deal and that's what some people in Brussels were telling us yesterday is that what this might mean is that lawmakers have that short period before October thirty first Boris Johnson comes them and says look I've got a bit of a slightly renegotiated thing from Brussels but of changing of wording or whatever you've got this divide full or it's an ideal you choose so I lawmakers really go will is the is the nuclear option and I do a brexit or do I have to close my eyes and essentially vote for a deal that I don't like but it's not quite as bad as an ideal brexit so it it in the cook the converse view there is that it might actually lead to a deal although of course processes and then not even going to renegotiate rose on the other hand I mean one interesting article I was reading saying that the what could happen is that all these people who doesn't want a new deal brexit would suddenly realize that the door is closing the time is so short and although it was very specific like herding cats trying to get in to decide on one thing they back maybe just the clock ticking down could actually do it and they'll find a way of preventing and do bricks well that could also happen me when when the interesting things is looking at the various legal challenges that are going on just against the suspension of parliament in fact that could be hearing on one as soon as today I want to clean off in Scotland discusses court could hear that a bunch of lawmakers have gone there to try and seek some kind of injection but that would have to go all the way to the Supreme Court the Supreme Court would have to say essentially the constitutional advise the crane his hat is incorrect and that it was an illegal act and then they could force Boris Johnson to re submit his request to her to suspend parliament but it seems at this point really we are looking at that tiny window and as you say that much is schools people to sign on to something Ross thanks so much for joining us really appreciate your time this morning and I know you are going to have a busy day Roslyn mass in our executive editor for international politics and in front coming up we might hear about the leader of the Scottish conservatives.
"mount etna" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"To coast Michael horn with us, of course, as we talk about the Billy Meier case, and Michael any new books out for you, folks. Well, Billy has rather prolific his ability to write amazing books does not seem to cease. There are a number of books that may be new to people, of course, who've never looked at this in some that are actually new translations. There's a book called the way to live phenomenal book. So might as a assaults came out several years ago, and that is a book that I could re read, you know, for the rest of my life. It's just such a clarifying. Expression of how to think how to reason and how to understand the, you know, I think in your last guest you talked about the meaning of life. Towards the end of the show. I happened to catch was going on. And you know, something we ponder and Meyer. When we did our first film on him in two thousand six released in two thousand eight the sound revolution of truth. Billy in the beginning of the film early on in the film says the meaning of life is the evolution of consciousness. Now. That's an interesting statement. When you get a book like the might of the thoughts or the way to live or the Seika or the newest book the are hot. It's amazing. They're all amazing books and you start to read and realize there's nothing thrown away. There aren't words. They're just put in to sound good and sentences are weighty and yet they're clearly written. They're not written in some highfalutin, language and. What it brings us to? And at any point in our discussion, we have to ask why this case why if it's true. And if it's real why what's threes in for it? It's not so that I can run around and lecture notes that so that we can chase lights in the sky. And I came to the conclusion back in two thousand and four when I put out my first DVD called the Meyer context, the key to our future survival. I had to do. So I came to the conclusion for myself that this was literally about human kind survival and not in some ways, it even invites concept. Somebody's coming to save us. Or is it, you know, we we are going to be magically saved from our own misdeeds and missteps, but that everything in the universe operates, according to a number of immutable laws. One of which is the law, of course. Effect when you're reading my books, you begin to understand it on a whole other level because what what Bill is saying in the simplest ways, and yet the most profound ways, and he said, it was simple sentence the human beings to Smith of their own destiny, we forge our own destiny. But we're not going to be able to do it just with nice happy positive thinking that overlooks or disregards tries to band-aid the reality. Our individual and collective now. Earlier Michael you were talking about the volcano prediction in tell me the significance. I seem to all be around the area. How come well? Not all of them actually was just that. This is a huge markers for what's going to happen. And just see, you know, and your your audience as well subsequent to this being published. The earthquakes had begun in central Italy, the strong quakes more than that in the very same document. And those folks that have clicked on, you know, my CDC block tonight can can go through this. And but he speaks about he says also in the south of Europe, this is nineteen forty eight. This is written the all transforming consequences will be enormous when the volcanoes of Mount Etna and Stromboli as well as the submarine largest active volcano of Europe, mount Marsili. Off the coast of Italy together with about two dozen further submarine volcanoes in the Mediterranean begin to erupt. Also, the Caldera that is to say the super volcano for grand fields in Italy, comfy slavery, sometimes called is already making yourself more and more noticeable in order to tear open the earth in the distant future. Every one of those volcanoes has recently within the past year started to show signs of awakening to the point that some are already doing some erupting with copy flagrant. Scientists are very concerned because that's been dormant for a long time. And it's a huge choldera huge. And it's not just there because what we're told here is, for instance, a little earlier in this prediction, it said on the American continent. Much will be destroyed far and wide in a more distant time is the great call Darrow will break open which cannot be prevented as the earth being broken open by the great ICU Caldera in Germany cannot whereby the upper part of Europe will become a sea of fire. Now, you hear these things and you wonder. He's a true. What does it mean to me? It doesn't seem real that somewhere else. It isn't here isn't happening. But we have to go back to about nineteen fifty one when Meyer himself using information from his teacher publishes his first letter on the environmental warnings of events that are coming. And he's the first person, I know who addresses and people can agree or disagree that this is happening, but it's pretty blatant the unnatural manmade climate change and global warming and the increase in frequency and intensity of all manner of storms tornados, hurricanes earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, blizzards, etc. In the blog that I put up for your listeners. I simply grabbed five or six articles that are up on the internet had nothing to do with Meyer, except that they're showing the these things are under way back up when he said. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. And remember, he he publishes this stuff in forty eight or fifty one, and we're, you know, sixty eight years later, these events are unfolding in what's especially troubling, one of that he was at my friend. Mike Basil's sent me a link to shows all this flooding going on in Nebraska, but the the guy in the videos talking about the other flooding happening in the overall area north and west and east and south of it. And what he's saying is the farmers here are unable now on sometimes on half or more of their property to plant the crops. This was all foretold the droughts. The famines the gel users, and then, you know, desertification this stuff is I have a whole link to Meyer stuff from fifty one to about the eighties all about the environmental destruction. He even foretold long ago, the rolling walls of fire that are gonna go across America that will burn like we had in California, and like other places, and we're not seeing this stuff. But this isn't again, this isn't either just to entertain people or scare them. It's about preparedness. And when I talk to people, and I do presentations, you know, people say, well, what are we supposed to do about? All this even if it's true, which is of course, the right question and the answer the best answer, I can give this. It's too late. Because you mean, kind scientists who should have did not heed did not take the actions would help forestall avert mitigate some of the worst stuff is coming and what we need to do. Is human beings is get the best information, of course, and forge mutually healthy cooperative. Interdependent relationships with like minded people. They don't all have to be into the same anything, including the Meyer material. But if you recognize that we must start to think differently. This isn't just either happening or going to happen somewhere else. We the people of this country and others are now in for massive environmental challenges, we've passed the point of climate change climate destruction. The danger to the atmosphere has increased parts of the seas are dead. Meyer was warned about the full extent of Fukushima was in days of it. He published the information about them the meltdown the radioactive particles were already being detected over northern Europe by the play when the BP disaster hit. And we created some of the stuff if this does anybody take heed to the things he says, Mike. You hit on something fantastic. Look there. Look, my friend. Joe the, you know, the airforce guy he authenticates the case of got Matthew, which is a former NASA aerospace engineer, he studied this for thirty five years. He's authenticated from his point of view is as an aerospace professional tennis Smith recently retired as a VP director of operations at orbital flight systems. This is it this is solid Israel. We spoke about this case he said at the company, they know I've got people still there that no Myers the real deal. And I heard from a lawyer, I never heard that didn't even know the guy, and he was you said he'd vetted all the scientific information was solid the way it was thought through. But here's what happened recently. There was a couple of articles in the newspaper near Zona where I live, and there were a couple of people mentioned one person up at USGS in flagstaff and another scientist who teaches at any you were I have lectured twice, and I saw that the US GSI interest was connected with the Mars and Mars Rover project, and also I I just went over there. Went over to the US GS, and I asked to see the sky, and he came out he by the way, I'm not mentioning people's names here because of a couple of factors one. These are nice people. I was I'm not trying to set them up or anything, and I just came. And if you if you talk to me be great, okay? So he I talked to him a bit about the Mars thing. And I said what if I told you that this information on Mars has been gathered over let's say the past ten years, whatever what if I told you that this man, I know is already published all specifically specifically, and I have all this on the page to stuff that it's so mind blowing that Meyer publishes this stuff. And he says, well, you know, I'd have to really see it and blahdy, blah, blah, blah. And I said, well, I'm okay. So I show him some stuff. Now, here's where it got a little unhappy for me to be unhappy. Really? Yeah. Is this way because I pull out the photo book of six hundred seventeen of Myers. Crystal clear UFO's pre digital era all that, you know, just beautiful stuff, and we Georgia. They're young here. Okay. I to sing. I didn't know what they're okay. And he doesn't we it's like glasses of the book. And he says, well, you don't have to show me. I said look these world taken predeceased and just glazes over which also happened with the other nice scientists that I met with from any you. They don't even look, here's here's what happens in my mind. If I pull out a book with a six hundred seventeen photographs crystal clear daytime photos of UFO's some taking within fifteen to forty feet, you should say to me one of two things. One would be this is obviously a hoax, these models you go at it. Bring your skepticism because you know, or you should go. Oh my gosh. But to behave is just showing the guy boxes cereal that doesn't resonate with me..
"mount etna" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"To coast to coast, Michael horn with us, of course, as we talk about the Billy Meier case, and Michael any new books out for you, folks. Well, Billy has rather prolific his ability to write amazing books does not seem to cease. There are a number of books that may be new to people, of course, who've never looked at this. And some that are actually new translations. There's a book called the way to live phenomenal book, the might as a sought came out several years ago, and that is a book that I could re read know for the rest of my life. It's just such a. Clarifying? Expression of how to think how to reason and how to understand the, you know, I think your last guest you talked about the meaning of life. Towards the end of the show. I happened to catch what's going on. And you know, it's something we ponder and Meyer. When we did our first film on him in two thousand six released in two thousand eight the revolution of truth. Billy in the beginning of the film early on in the film says the meaning of life is the evolution of consciousness. Now. That's an interesting statement when you get a book like some of the thoughts or the way to live or the psyche or the newest book, the are a hot author saute, which amazing. They're all amazing books and you start to read and realize there's nothing thrown away. There aren't words are just put in to sound good sentences are weighty and yet they're clearly written. They're not written in some highfalutin, language and the. What it brings us to? And at any point in our discussion, we have to ask why this case why if it's true what if it's real why what's reason for it? It's not so that I can run around and lecture notes that so we can chase lights in the sky. And I came to the conclusion back in two thousand and four when I put out my first DVD called the Meyer context, the key to our future survival. I had to do. So I came to the conclusion for myself that this was literally about human kind survival and not in some ways, it even invites concept that somebody's coming to save us. Or is that you know, we we are going to be magically saved for my own misdeeds and missteps, but that everything in the universe operates, according to a number of immutable laws. One of which is the law, of course. And in fact, when you are reading my book, you begin to understand it on a whole other level because what what Billie is saying in the simplest ways. And yet. In the most profound ways. And he said it was simple sentence the human being the Smith of their own destiny, we forge our own destiny. But we're not gonna be able to do it. Just with nice happy positive thinking that overlooks or disregards tries to band-aid the reality. Our individual and collective lacks. Earlier Michael you were talking about the volcano predictions and tell me the significance. They seem to all be around the Italy area. How come well? Not all of them actually was just that. This is these are huge markers for what's going to happen. And just see, you know, and your your audience as well subsequent to this being published. The earthquakes had begun in central Italy, the strong quakes more than that in the very same document. And those folks that have clicked on, you know, my CDC block tonight can can go through this. And but he speaks about he says also in the south of Europe, this is nineteen forty eight. This is written the all transforming consequences will be enormous when the volcanoes of Mount Etna and Stromboli as well as the submarine largest active volcano of Europe, mount Marsili. Off the coast of Italy together with about two dozen further submarine looking in the Mediterranean begin to erupt. Also, the Caldera that is to say the super volcano for grain fields in Italy comfy flagrancy sometimes called is already making itself. More and more noticeable in order to tear open the earth in the distant future. Every one of those volcanoes has recently within the past year started to show signs of awakening to the point that some are already doing so erupting with the company flagrant. Scientists are very concerned because that's been dormant for a long time. And it's a huge Caldera huge. And it's not just there because what we're told here is, for instance, a little earlier in this prediction, it said on the American continent. Much will be destroyed far and wide in. The more distant time is the great call Darrow will break open which cannot be prevented as the earth being.
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Sicily Is Shaken By Earthquake As Mount Etna Erupts Once Again
Sicily Is Shaken By Earthquake As Mount Etna Erupts Once Again
"It's all universities are assessing the damage from yesterday's earthquake in Sicily. Bloomberg's govern Costello reports from Rome the predawn earthquake was triggered by the eruption of the Mount Etna. Volcano in eastern, Sicily. Many people fled from their homes in panic leaving six hundred Italian villagers to find shelter. Elsewhere several people. Were injured in the Sicilian quake with report today to churches and
Sicily Is Shaken By Earthquake As Mount Etna Erupts Once Again
Mount Etna-linked quake sends scared Italian villagers onto streets
"A quake triggered by Italy's. Mount Etna volcano has jolted. Eastern, Sicily, injuring ten people and prompting people to run from their homes Italy's, civil protection officials say the quake was part of a swarm of some one thousand tremors. Most of them barely perceptible that are linked to Aetna's ongoing eruption this week. The four point eight magnitude earthquake damaged some rural homes, including some that have been abandoned years ago. Toppled the statue in a church and open up cracks on a highway. There were no
Mount Etna volcano roars into action with ash and lava
"Sicily's mount at, Nesbitt spewing lava and sending plumes of ash into the sky Europe's, most active volcano which initially reawoke in late July. Has sprung into full action. And Thursday evening Mount Etna shot. Up chunks of flaming lava as high as one hundred fifty. Meters or five hundred feet almost constantly Italy's National Institute of geophysics and volcanology said the action was. Continuing on
Mount Etna volcano roars into action with ash and lava
"More than thirteen hundred people have been infected and then outbreak linked to cases imported from Venezuela. To stop the diseases spread the health ministry's launched a campaign to vaccinate all, children between one and five regardless of their. Vaccination history as a Friday. The ministry said four point one million children. Still had not been. Vaccinated Sicily's mount Aetna's been spewing lava and sending plumes of ash