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"newport rhode island" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"At the audrain museum in newport rhode island donald is one of the directors of the museum which has an amazing three hundred car collection spanning all of automotive history. We talk about his personal history. In the world of collector cars his favorite collector cars and more importantly the audrain concord and motor week an amazing new event. That's happening in newport rhode island at the end of september. I will be there with my father Checking out the scenes. So we're encouraging you all to get tickets and come to the ticketed events and the free events of which there are many and tell us all about it. Donald osborne on the smoke entire podcast. And here we are with donna's porn from rhode island The man is a legend in collector. Cars He's had columns in magazines. He said appearances on all the important television shows and He's with us today talking about The audrain concourse which is coming up in just a couple of weeks in newport dawn. Thank you so much for your time. My pleasure matt. It's great to be here and it's always great buck about the Things going on here in rhode island at the audrain and for those of you who are just on the audio version of our show don as always impeccably dressed impeccably groomed absolutely pure up here man of taste making me look like a real slob over here well i live in california for for twelve years and one of the great relief that i had and coming back home to the northeast the fact that i address every they the way i normally dress another people. Ask me if i was going for job interview or to a funeral was my father was with ralph lauren for fifteen years so you you look like everybody in the c. suite at the ralph lauren offices. I mean that's how people dress down there. I remember. i worked in the fashion business for a little while. And i remember when casual fridays came about and i thought i totally resisted with every bit of my of my soul and wilkes that i cannot and will not go to work in pajamas. I just can't do it. i completely understand. My dad resisted the casual friday as well. He never they did it at the office at ralph. They had a casual friday. But my dad stuck with the suit he went. He went full suit five days a week. He didn't do the casual friday. Yeah i think it's about being comfortable whatever you're in and that's a great Obvious segue into cars as well because there are people who and you've met some of them who sort of wear cars because of what other people say they will. It will do for them then. There are people that can drive ridiculous cars and yet it seems athlete right because it suits them to a team because they love it so much. Yeah i mean. I think jay leno is a is a perfect example of of this. Who a who you know. He can show up one day in nineteen twenty nine of bentley brooklyn's single cedar grand prix car. You know that would be the crown jewel of anybody's collection you know. And he's throwing a two year old in the sea and just and just you know doesn't overheat and traffic thirty gallons oil. It's good it's got you know. And then and then the next day he shows up in some really bizarre firebird that someone just like gave him a ninety seven. Firebird that your typical hundred millionaire would like never be seen in you know but he just. It's just pure appreciation for the automobile. You know exactly. I think that's a. I'm glad one of the great pleasures i get with With knowing working with jay is to enjoy cars that way. Because that's how i relate to cars You know. There are cars that i might not want to live with that. I might not want to write a check for but that doesn't mean i can't find something really neat about them and i always think it's just me being judgmental of course but because that's my natural nature You're judge it. Says judge on your on your business card. It's like you're allowed. This is this is what the diploma says. Sir i does values. You're not worth that and no. You should not be doing that. It is very much about connecting with carson. Again here at the audrain one of the reasons why i'm here In my role of ceo here and Working with a team here is because this place is all about sharing a passion for cars. you know. We have cars that we display in the museum. We have cars that we take out on tours. We have cars. We take to goodwood to run up the hill. We have cars. We take on the mill. Amelia it's all about getting cars out and giving people access to cars and that's the thing that is so great and one of the things that really Is very impressive. You saw in the pictures that you showed Just now our cars and coffee we We host cars and coffee here in new orleans surrounding area from may until end up tober. And we've been getting up to four hundred four hundred fifty cars that everyone of our cars coffees. I renew report. Wow in numerous. I didn't realize that was such a huge huge Car following in newport. We need to get your here. Matt while i'm coming i'm gonna do weeks. You've already got me just. It's just a matter of waiting until the twenty seventh. Before i can get in a plane on the way it is it is. It is an extraordinary thing. And that's one of the things to being an east coast guy. Being born grow brought up in new york city where. My family didn't buy their first car. Till i was twelve years old so i didn't grow up with cars but i nonetheless fell in love with them and i found something not to say anything against my dear dear friends in california but everyone always thinks of southern california as the heart of car enthusiasm and there's an amazingly passionate car can ear early and i think the people get to see a little less than they might think but these are people who use their cars to get out and share their car and a real car community And perhaps it's having mark teason. You know obviously you want to enjoy your car while you can not gonna wait any of the good days any of the weekends and of course we can actually drive cars in the rain here which is fairly quite well. Yeah they have a problem with that here in california. they don't. They don't like doing that so they don't have the skills really. But i'm from from the northeast as well. I grew up in in greenwich connecticut. Which is really and has an enormous car culture You know california's it. It's outsized in its media influence of cars and that comes from not just hollywood but the fact that we have these beautiful canyon roads where a lot of the magazine features and the television shows. Shot it but we can use the cars year round so in the in the in the winter when the connecticut cars in the newport cars are tucked away you know we still get to drive our stuff and so for half the year. They only see us trying sports cars. But when i go to just went i was talking about it. In the last show In new canaan connecticut. I was at an enormous cars and coffee last weekend when i was out there. Five hundred cars probably a couple thousand people and heavy hitting stuff. I mean everything from a cunningham that raised it. Lamar this jaguar. Xe j. thirteen prototype mercedes' seal. Tr's j two twenties auburn stirs and and and m. gtc's c.'s. And and then you're requisite modern cars as well so the the collect. The collector market is heavy. Heavy in the northeast for sure. Yeah and i think that You will be pleasantly pleased if not surprised When you get up here and you see the range of cars that not only here on the drain collections but also Here in the concord. Here on the cars and coffee field and in all of the displays that will have and the things that people will be driving around. it is a Into the fact by the way On our youtube channel they adrain museum network. We actually did an entire Series of winter driving features. Cool there are things you can get out and drive like porsche nine. Eleven tech art on snow tires are incredibly bad ass. There's so so fun so fun. I love nine eleven on snow tires. They're you know a car that has great dynamics on a dry surface is long as you got the right. Rubber will have great dynamics on a loose surface. That's just that's just a rule of cars so whether it's a ferrari or a or a bmw m. three or nine eleven with the right tires. Those things will be fun in the snow. really fun. yeah. It makes such a difference. That's like the wonderful. I believe it's a finnish expression of. There's no such thing as bad weather the wrong clothes got. It's great. that sounds very finish. I can picture really Some blonde man really deadpan..
"newport rhode island" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Social media what was the one in dubai. Cars cafe cars cafe or car-shipping karsh car-shipping is our instagram book. So you can They put a whole bunch of things up there and come visit excellent. Thank you so much for your time. Have and everyone else out there. We are back Next week we have a crew show. And then what is your show. Next week sack Done i think next week with don The east coast car show. Oh yes oh no don osborn. Next week that's fourteen seventeen seventeenth. That's next week as two weeks. Oh i don't know. Don osborn you ma. Yes absolutely the audrain. Yes we have We're we wanted sponsors for the audrain. We have of course in article in our our advertisement in the magazine this year. We'll definitely be there. No i'm going for the first time this year with my dad only may have to go. Now we'll have to go with a newport rhode island it is on september thirty first. I believe to october. Second it's that last weekend. That goes over september october. And it's It's dawn osborne From haggerty and jay leno's garage It's his it's his gig and it looks like it's gonna be very very cool. Yes i heard great things about it. Yeah so i'll be there with my pops okay and I hope you'll be there as well. Be shipping a bunch of stuff out going. I'm going to take tony. Go east coast lady. Denise she'll be there so we've got east coast and west coast. There's a bunch of really cool east. coast collectors. i know that are going And it should be really nice showing a cars. I think it should be very very cool all right well. That's it for. We have john osborne. I don't think it's next week. I think it's the week after drum. We will see you guys next week and that's our show have a good afternoon bye..
Doris Duke's Dark Secret
"Residents of posh neighborhood in newport rhode island her terrible crash on october seventh nineteen sixty six. When they went outside to investigate they saw a woman whose face they knew quite well. In fact most people in america would have recognized her. She was tall and blonde and wandering days near a smash car crying out for eddie. The woman's name was doris duke when she'd been born headlines declared her the richest little girl in the world. But on this day. Doris was in early fifties far from a little girl anymore and she clearly crashed a station wagon into a tree across the street. From her insanely opulent tudor style. Mansion on bellevue avenue. Louis judah thorn a father daughter duo who happened to be driving by were the first to stop at the scene judith. Followed the tall blonde. Woman into the tudor home trying to figure out if she needed help. Lewis stayed outside and realized it wasn't the woman who needed help was the man beneath her car. Lewis couldn't see much but he could tell the man wasn't moving within minutes police would descend on the scene and do everything they could to ensure that this incident became a crime of the century. That barely anyone would ever even hear about
"newport rhode island" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"FDA granting emergency used approval for Johnson and Johnson's covert 19 vaccine. And that makes it the third vaccine in the war against the virus. CBS News correspondent Daniel Bacchus with the U. S approaching 29 million confirmed Cove in 19 cases. The FDA on Saturday approved a third vaccine for emergency use. J and J's vaccine showed 85% efficacy against severe illness and complete protection against Cove in 19 deaths. 28 days after getting the shot, the more vaccines that have high efficacy We can get into play. The better. There is distribution of Johnson and Johnson. Single dose shot, which can be stored in a regular refrigerator could be well underway this coming week. Johnson and Johnson says it expects to deliver as many as 20 million doses. To the United States. By the end of March, the pandemic has taken a huge toll on restaurants across the country and now a growing number of eateries dealing with customers. Trying to well dine and dash scammers are using online ordering and delivery to order food and then falsely claimed the order didn't arrive, causing the small business. To foot the bill. So there's a well known a Korean restaurant out in Los Angeles, called Spoon by H. The scams became too much and eatery famous for its kimchi based dishes and desserts. Closing. ABC is Annabelle unions. In some cases, people claim they never got orders that were picked up in another instance of more than $700 order, their largest yet was disputed. Despite providing pictures of the order in the receipt, the restaurant lost the money. It became a daily problem, one that other restaurants are also experiencing strong had to close yesterday a go fund me page, organized by a loyal customer has raised more than $60,000. The owners of Spoon by H have not ruled out a return. At another time, Ah Group of Boston parents suing the school committee and the school department in federal court over a new selection system for Boston's exam schools. Here's WBC. Zarko in Boston, three exams, schools bust in Latin Boston Latin Academy and the John D. O'Brien School of Science and Math all traditionally admitted students based on academic performance. Students from all neighborhoods were equally considered. Under a new plan this fall. Each of Boston's 29 ZIP codes will be assigned a quota for exam school admission. There will be no exam Admission will be based partly on grades and CASS scores in ZIP codes. The Boston parent Coalition for Academic Excellence, says those quotas will discriminate against Asian and white students. The lawsuit says this violates both the US and Massachusetts constitutions, and they want to court to halt the implementation of the plan. The group was formed last fall specifically for the purpose of stopping the ZIP code Admission plan. Art Cohen WBZ Boston's news radio, all the Breakers. Taking a break. The Preservation Society of Newport County says it's closing the mansion in Newport, Rhode Island for three months, beginning tomorrow. Marble houses Avery Popular Newport destination. And national historic landmark that's been closed since last March. Because of the pandemic. They're reopening to visitors. Marvel House was completed in the 18 92 as a summer home for William and Alva Vanderbilt of New York City. Ah, fire yesterday morning in Worcester on Chilmark Street officers Timothy Foley. And Daniel Peddle a Tory are heroes. They pulled a woman out of that burning building. The woman was treated by paramedics at the scene, but not seriously hurt. Anthony Lover Polo says the officers saved his mother's life credit, also given to two young men who had pulled the woman nearest stairway where the officers were able to carry her out. A 30 car.
Vapotherm CEO Joe Army: Wisdom from the Northern Kingdom to the Board Room and Beyond
"Now at some point you you you found your way outside of Vermont and went to Uri. You paid your way through. Uri Newer a history. Major and I I was also a history major. Remember coming out of school wondering what I was going to do with a history degree. Talk a little bit about that. What why did you choose history? You know You ended up in kind of a science focused background but our some of those choices played into your development. I think before we get to that. We have to make it. Sound like is really nice. Well planned out. You know you and I both know. That's not true Very well I. I wasn't really a very good at school in anything that I ever did in school. I graduated pretty close to the bottom of my high school. And you know didn't really like school wasn't good at it and I ended up going back into the woods until you know it was clear to me halfway through that summer that you know if I could find a way to get into college I should do it up going with small state school in Vermont and ended up. You know be invited not to return to that school. After two years for variety of reasons and then spent the next year banging nails in Newport Rhode Island and paying off all of my student bills that point time and really beginning to think. About what kind of life do I want to have and you know working in the woods in northern Vermont is hard work but I will tell you Hump and bricks and sheet rock in Rhode Island in the wintertime? That's no box of chocolates either. So ended up really thinking it through. There was a guy. I've been very lucky in my life is. I've had a number of people show up at the exact right time to become a mentor to me and this guy showed up Dick Shoals and this other Guy Fred Dowager and they started begging me over the head about you know you could do a lot more than this. Is this really what you WanNa do with your life and Dick is the one who helped me figure out why history major and he said look you know you wanna be able to come out of college knowing how to read write and Sake so go figure out how you can do that and I was like to read and I always loved history and I understood. That would help me punch those three things so I know I wasn't worried I didn't think about a trade school like well. I'VE GOTTA go learn to be you know XYZ. I just wanted to come out of there knowing how to read. Write and thank and I've told is pretty important foundation and helped me a lot my career in from there. I went and sold stocks. Were living on Wall Street for you. Know three or four years and did okay at that and then ended up getting accepted to business school. I went to wharton. And that's when I decided to go. Specialize you get an MBA in finance marketing. That's more like trade school so there was not a linear path. You know was getting bounced out of schools. It was figuring out how to actually do well in school and education really is the key. It is the way out for people who are looking at along way up from where they sit today. Yeah no that's a so true and I couldn't agree more now coming out of Warton. Where did your career take you at that point? You know. You're not gonNA believe this but I actually worked in federal government between my first and second year at Wharton I won a fellowship and at that time in this was in the late eighties early nineties. We had another gigantic financial mess on our hands and it was the savings and loan meltdown. And I'm sitting there thinking about what I wanna do. My summer between first and second year and I'm reading in the newspaper about this and about the formation of this resolution trust corporation and so I applied for the fellowship but then you had to actually go get the job and so I called. Call that Guy Who was named in that newspaper article every day for like six weeks and finally I got him on the phone and after he was screaming at me about. I got better things to do than look at this big stack of pick messages from you They vitamin down in DC. And next thing I know I got a job offer and I was working with distressed assets and I was really intrigued by the whole thing. I worked really cool projects I made no money and I was taking the train from Philly to DC every day for you know that was like the slow bus that had like a three and a half hour commute in total and then. I ended up getting a CONDO. They gave me a Condo in in Georgetown. Meantime my wife was living in West philly which you can imagine. That was a box of chocolates. So I really fell in love with this whole notion of distressed assets and thinking about you know when you're in a distressed assets situation whoever could keep their act together and really think about what is the what is the inherent value of those assets. And how could you best deploy them pretty good chance of getting something pretty cheap and then turn it into something pretty special? So that's where I ended up. After Business School I ended up at coopers lybrand they had a big consulting business and part of it was they had a restructuring in kind of a turnaround business and after coming out of school. That's right where I went. I did that for the next six years. And you ended up obviously in running venture backed companies and companies that You know probably at a different point in their evolution then the companies that you were working more on the distress side. But what are some of the lessons that you picked up Working with those distress assets. And are there things that you learn their the end up applying or become kind of part of your thought process as you as you work with companies that are maybe on the upswing of their path absolutely jeff again? This is where I kept getting lucky in guys kept showing up in my life and giving me advice in point meet her. I direction nine. Another mentor net practice. A guy named Bob. Hope Bob was about as tough as nails and he was a really old school so I was. I had to go and kind of knock the door down a little bit to get him to teach me how to do it. He did really taught me from the get-go that I didn't care what kind of business it was. Cash was the whole thing. Like if you don't have the cash I don't care about whatever company and you better figure out how to make that business self sustaining no matter what and then the second thing he kept hammered into me was. Is there really business?
"newport rhode island" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Yes we last year I called you options for late March when we ended up going to Hawaii and it was a wonderful trip but this year we plan on one of these close to mine and worse we're starting our adventure and out of Iraq is and they're never going to get shown up by ships I model not the New England area I'm just a little nervous about going to that area it's not familiar to me and I know you know it's rather congested part of the world and then from the south I know it's a totally different world well you'll be fine I don't even yeah so are you gonna if you get tired on a day you're going to look for a place to stay or you're going to try to plan out a pretty detailed itinerary with a set schedule day by day well the first part of the Spanish that will go on to stay at Kitty Hawk only out of banks and then the next day we're going to travel five or six hours stop stay the night and then end up and well hidden suit to places that you got in mind is Newport Rhode Island and barber my Newport Rhode Island data burst burst in the New England area I've been I've been to both in their great with bar harbor you can have whether that'll make it tough for you to to have the full experience there so watch the weather forecast maybe be a little flexible on your arrival there based on the weather Newport's L. fantastic what month of the year you doing this I'm sorry we're it's going to be the second week in September all fantastic because once you get past Labor Day things will be less crowded for you in New England your available I wanted to get there before that I was doing was a big area in the fall or a leaf changes right so so much and I if you're gonna do some of the drives to see the leaves try to do that on week days because the weekends especially with all the people who go up from Boston to see the leaves it gets really crowded and do that kind of exploring weekday as much as you can is much as that'll fit your temporary and I want to tell you about an app I'd like to you to.
21-Year-Old Midshipman From Flower Mound Dies During Physical Readiness Test
"A twenty one year old from flower mound died Saturday during a semi annual physical readiness test at the US Naval Academy officials with the school announced in a Facebook post the midshipmen third class do Carrillo collapsed while running one and a half miles during a physical endurance test he was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead shortly before twelve twenty five PM first responders or tried to resuscitate him but were unable to do so do Carrillo and his twin brother Dylan had both gone to the Naval Academy prep school in Newport Rhode Island before beginning at the Naval Academy in June twenty eighteen they were a part of the twenty twenty two class dukes older brother Jay Carrillo is also a navy Academy midshipmen a member of the class of twenty twenty
"newport rhode island" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In Newport Rhode Island everything's out there if you have any issues with signing on for the discount you're welcome to email us right on the website and this shall we have the incredible Tanya to Shane she is the president of founder of steep T. now for those of you that don't know steep T. you well after the show it's an amazing story it's amazing to me and you know I'm I'm more of a coffee drinker but steep T. has changed my life and I am now all about taking welcome Tonya gosh guys thank you so much for having me on the show and just for the record I do like Michael in the morning I have one before I drink the tea for the rest of day so we're all good well good at and we know listen if if any of us and our tea drinkers out there it's not just for the for the morning you could drink it all day some of us even have you know what alcohol at night I will get into some of that later but you know it is Saturday night so you know if you take your wine you could put a little tea in it and it might be a little healthier yeah and he's a lot better probably two cents so Tanya let's start what you and please tell us your story how you got into TI making yeah no problem so thirteen years ago my husband and I were chess newly weds you know both very entrepreneurial that's why we were attracted to each other actually is because we were like oh my gosh for both like go getters the he owned his own business at the time I owned my own business with my father and we decided you know it we don't want to waste any time with one to get pregnant right away however children and so I was very fortunate that pregnant like literally and on your anniversary which I think you're right and so we were about fourteen weeks along and a loss that now at bay yeah so it was sorry and you know it you know what it is absolutely devastating at the time and I look back now I didn't I think everything happens for a reason because that incident just took us away to a place called Nova Scotia in the east coast of Canada and I just needed something to get our mind off of things you know how to was actually quite concerned about me because I was super depressed and just not myself I just couldn't believe that this it happened because nobody talks about it yeah but it happens all the time and people you just don't know because you know for so you're not going to say in the first fourteen weeks most the time to people right so that one does happen your dress you know yes there's no way to really go yeah so the first bed and breakfast that we stayed and served us this amazing loose leaf tea called cream of Earl grey and it was so good so that you have you had it yeah yeah all my gosh right everything about her is a big fan of sick of steep to decide my best my honeymooned in Nova Scotia your whole story went to my heart what a small world so so yeah you know that and so when I smell the sea and he said I I was like holy cow this is the best you have ever had and it wasn't a tea bag which is what I was accustomed to you know is tightly or lifting with a splash of milk which I now finally call hot dog T. is you just never know what's in that bag and I asked the guy Mike where do you get this tea from Mike I've never hide loose leaf tea any it was true I had never had it because it just had this this reputation of being very hard to make Messi you get those T. balls you to put too much of the tea in the default explodes like it was just cumbersome so I got it at a little shop down in the home bay and it brought a whole bunch of it top back from my friends and family and I just sharing it and they were like wow this is amazing now this is thirteen years ago needlessly he had not broken into the market yet like where there was no Teavana there was no David C. it was really just us and a couple little tea shops right so I'm like okay I'm on a mission I want people to stop drinking hot dog T. and I want them to drink loosely take so after I thank you I came up with the name state T. which we now call the the company's apology by CT and and I made up a look how long again Sir sharing it with people now getting my first of that was a little difficult that that's a whole other story on its own it's my part one of failure but eventually okay failure is how makes us better yeah here you have to fail without without failure and we talk about that all that without failure you don't know you succeeded because we are always succeeding then you don't know what failure looks like or that you're actually six absolutely failure is a super important component of being an entrepreneur so so yeah I I incorporate company in two thousand and seven Prada first as the ball just sign in in that that fall and we just are growing like for about four years myself and Kim who was who was by my side the time we just were doing trade shows and you know all kinds of events and we grew the company to about four hundred consult while you know sorry no it wasn't it was like two hundred to enter consultants and I was like yeah that's amazing and up but what wasn't amazing is that my husband was like not paying attention to this company at all because he has his own business that he was running by the way we also had two kids in the meantime had lay lot and then we had China and that's besides the fact about our mom you're you're a white starting a new business or absolutely and my husband was I doing his master's of business part time at night like it was clear nothing going on nothing really and but he was like okay let me look at this business a little bit more like she we were selling about two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year in T. that's crazy yeah he's like well mazing he goes but here's the problem is is yeah your expenses are sixty thousand dollars in the hole the you are spending more money than you're making we're now in that is like so we can't continue and that and that you know unfortunately starting businesses that's a huge problem yeah you could you could see like a doing great but the first couple years ago we started late artist we were really making anything we're just developing a product all that costs money going to trade shows cost money advertising costs money and but go on with your story because I mean this is an amazing story and we want people who are starting a business to continue if it's something you know that their passion about yeah you have to be able to fail and you have to take risk and and financial risk is probably the biggest one right and so I begged him I'm like please we can't shut this down like I have people who are depending on me for this to work so give me give me an a goal so it's okay my next year this time if you can sell five hundred thousand I'll always quick what I'm doing and I'll come and join US CEO of the company and we'll we'll get this problem fixed so I know he didn't think I could actually do it I mean I think he hoped I could do but he was like can she actually do this and I did and we had like five under one thousand the next year and so he sold off his business and join me as CEO of the company and that's one thing yeah yeah and for for those are listening we all know who what shark tank is yeah but there's also a place called a show called dragon's den yeah dragons Dan is the shark tank of Canada and Tanya was on it everybody so tell us about your time on on dragons den you know if you got a deal how can people see it if they were you know if they're interested to see you back then yeah absolutely so about two years into the how to being with us we were growing at about three hundred percent which was amazing but it wasn't good enough for me like I'm kind of like I need more and more and more and so I really want to open the US because I had people asking me when are you going to open the I. Sam's like tomorrow or doing tomorrow and my husband's like no no you're not we we can't support the financial growth in the US will need with what we have right now so I was like oh that's not good so literally like two weeks would later dragons and said they were coming to Hamilton for additions so I mean getting on the show's shark tank and dragons then is a like a feat in itself like you're you've got thousands of entrepreneurs who want to be on that show because dragons den is viewed two three million people in Canada everything is I'm in it airs right so long as we got on the show we patched our our deal just FYI for American friends Kevin o'leary is Canadian and having a Leary was one of our dragons well and he won a lot on our deal he was like yes I'll give you actually want to give us more money for more of a percent of our company but when he didn't understand about my business was side it's not retail this is all online through our symbolic chest and he was like the first thing I'm gonna do get you in all the cosco has like no doubt you're a so anyways we ended up partnering with two dragons and it the deal all went through after months and months of due diligence and yeah you can watch it on the show and that's what you know I was reading the other day that do you are they still partners okay sure are there absolutely amazing they we are one of the way up until maybe a year or two ago we have been coined the biggest success stories as ever come out of dragons them on the way we wrote that for about five years and we were on the show five times and they still help are they still very involved and help you and do you have called them all the time all the time yeah I mean do they have any wonderful do they have any like they don't have any power and what we do and they only own ten percent each but their guidance in their advice and and their connections have been priceless can you tell us who they are yes so it's Jim trailering he owns a fleet of Boston pizza stores all over Canada and he's now in he is in the US as well not as big as cats obviously and he's a Mexico as well and the other one is David Chilton who wrote the famous book in Canada.
"newport rhode island" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Going to some of these places may be enough well let's do it one more time how bout Huntington West Virginia sunny sixty three today Jefferson city Missouri partly sunny sixty five tupelo Mississippi yes mostly cloudy sixty six Salt Lake City partly cloudy thirty eight but Steph airs only got a chance no showers in thirty two for a high end day Frankfort Kentucky mostly cloudy sixty three Boettcher city Louisiana mostly cloudy seventy to Newport Rhode Island mostly cloudy and forty to Tulsa Oklahoma partly sunny sixty four let's do one more now abounds Ellis do Indianapolis Mina mostly cloudy after around sixty for a high later this afternoon Tombigbee enforced the summers are going to do it again tomorrow morning as well and I will get back to the F. cubes acute hearing centers dot com hot list hot line yes that's what it it's a hot line and I think it's this one right here Hey I was just now do you know yes Sir thank you for hanging in there through the break but after the shade all thank you for holding mail would you had two big ones the day we got the independence bowl in the quick lane bowl that's the thing we're going to people may tune in to watch that game.
"newport rhode island" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"newport rhode island" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"West for night carving which I talked about the first hour in Massachusetts and then further down perhaps built the Newport power in Newport Rhode Island and then later on prince Henry Sinclair's grand son in fourteen six fifty six starts building the iconic Roslyn chapel made famous in the da Vinci code I think it's the most popular tourist site in Scotland to this day but one of the fascinating things about the chapel is that it incorporates in its carvings flora and fauna they're only found in New England in the northeast and not in Europe and many people believe that it was a grand son sort of shout out to his grandfather saying yeah this is what my grandfather found when he was across the Atlantic we can't talk about it was a secret mission but I've invented these carvings into the ceiling as a way for people who have eyes to see the recognize what we're talking about there do we have any confirmation of the Templars in America let's say from the indigenous peoples of North America did they have the date in in your oral traditions is there any mention of contact with these knights Templar very much so both both native Americans in in Canada and also native Americans here in New England I've become very close friends with the with the that tribal chief here in in Massachusetts who very matter of factly so this you know laughs at the idea of of Columbus being first the very matter of factly says yep prince Henry Sinclair the Templars were here they built a new port power right around here fourteen hundred and that's part of their oral history and so you know obviously it's a native American perspective they were here the we should listen to afford say they didn't have a written history and we are very biased as a culture towards written history as opposed to oral history but their own histories and is is is important and often times more accurate than a written history would be and again that that oral history is that yes temple I see here my my my my travel she friend makes the point that the Templars were here they had to in peace and with with an eye towards trade not towards taking over otherwise is native Americans would have fought them off and and sent them on their way the native American fighting force at that time was was was very strong and and very large but that the Templars came sort of with the right approach that they came as as friends and allies and were eventually welcomes and and and came back and forth wriggling any mention it again in their oral tradition about any of these artifacts I'm not as much in the window but there are there are there are legends up in Kenosha alleges are stories that I've read up to Canada accounts I've read from Canadian native Americans talking about how some of these artifacts were brought on the way out to Montana and that that may be one of the spots for the war these were were secreted that ties into the Lewis and Clark expedition you know we know the Meriwether Lewis was was was doing some mysterious thing some on on reported things for a while is up there perhaps at the instruction of president Jefferson's time then the any any hint that among the treasures among the artifacts the ark of the covenant might be included we don't see the ark of the covenant that often here in in in the states we you know we see holy grail we we hear about treasures are for the common is not something that that at least my native American sources ever mention from the ark of the covenant sees me something that gets tied back to Rosslyn chapel more often than any place else we we've heard other than we've heard every Ethiopia we've heard various spots around the Middle East but and of course silent robin chapel but I I have not heard ark of the covenant in the in America stay put we'll come back on the other side take some more calls questions and comments on Templars in America M. 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"Hello thank you for joining the American Revolution Today. Episode One Hundred Nineteen Fort Cumberland Nova Scotia General Carleton had destroyed General Benedict Arnold's fleet on Lake champlain and opened up a path for spring invasion from the North British oh how had pushed general Washington out of New York and New Jersey and had him sitting across the Delaware River in Pennsylvania by just about any measure patriot. 'cause seemed to be in serious trouble despite being on the ropes many Patriots were still looking to take the fight to the British I'm still wanted to go on the offensive. A revolution is not controlled by a single authority and in many places locals will take the initiative that's just what happened in Nova Scotia back in March seventeen seventy six general how had to evacuate Boston any moved his forces up to how ax in Nova Scotia before he could begin the summer campaign in New York after House army left Halifax For New York there were you British soldiers left in the area recall that back at the beginning of the French and Indian War Britain had removed most of the local French acadians from the region and forced them to return to France at that time thousands of colonists from New England moved into the area to take the farmland that the French Canadians had been forced to abandon now during the French and Indian war it seemed like a good idea for Britain to populate the area with British Colonists but by seventeen seventy six those same new Englanders we're at war with Britain the new Englanders who had settled in Halifax shared the same political views as their friends and family in Massachusetts among those settlers was a man named Jonathan Eddy he had served as a new England militia officer fighting in Halifax during the French and Indian war when hostilities ended in seventeen sixty eddie took advantage of the cheap land and moved his family to Halifax there he settled into life as a farmer and an elected member of the local assembly in seventy Gene seventy-five the assembly expelled Eddie for non attendance though the real reason was probably more for his involvement in revolutionary activities. in February seventeen seventy six hetty traveled to Cambridge to convince General Washington to send a contingent to Halifax to take control of the region at that time Washington was still besieging Boston and preparing his own offense of their he did not want to deploy resources to begin campaign Eddie then traveled to Philadelphia to get the support of the Continental Congress for his campaign to take Halifax Congress also rejected his proposals finally he returned to Massachusetts to get the provincial Congress there to assist with his plans Asu sits refused to provide him with troops but did promise to provide arms and ammunition if he could raise enough men to attempt a takeover of Noah's Osha as I said by the end of March general how had moved the bulk of his army from Boston to Halifax so there was no way that anyone was going to retake the area at that time but everyone expected that that army will be leaving soon so any spent most of the summer attempt eighteen to raise a regiment despite his aggressive recruiting among small villages in northern New England any could not raise even a hundred men most men who wanted to fight for the Patriot cause had already left for Boston and were already fighting in the continental army undeterred any took his a small force back to Nova Scotia where he was able to recruit some more locals and a few Indians bringing his force to around a hundred and eighty as expected how departed for New York in late summer and there were few British soldiers left in the region Eddie's force at that point was able to target work Cumberland which fell under the command of British Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Gorham like Eddie Goram had served as an officer during the Frenchman the in war and had settled in Halifax he received an appointment as deputy agent for Indian affairs at the same time that Eddie is a tempting to recruit a Patriot core Goram was attempting to recruit loyalist corps he also toured much of New England mostly before the fighting at Lexington and concord to put together a fighting force to support the King Gorham did not have much luck with recruitment either he he ended up with a total command of about one hundred ninety men with the departure of General House forces from Halifax Gorham took command of for it cumberland this was the former French Fort Phosa jor which is probably a terrible mispronunciation of the fort name it sat on the issue Smith's between Nova Scotia and mainland Canada the fort was far from a priority for the British leaving gorms militia with little supplies or anything else to build up the fort's defenses still Gorham and his men used equipment leftover from the French and Indian war repaired the walls Eh the fort relatively defensible in early November Eddie's forces moved into the area there he recruited even more locals including several members of local tribes as well as some French speaking Acadians who remained in the area the force captured a small contingent of loyalist militia under Captain Waqar the Patriots also captured a small sloop under Gore's command the polly along with its crew these forces began to lay siege to Fort Cumberland by some accounts Eddie's forces had grown to over five hundred men although this number seems a little exaggerate raided Gorham had less than two hundred men in his garrison Eddie had already taken about sixty men prisoner however any ed no cannons to use against the fort while Gorham had three mounted cannons that he could use against any attackers on November tenth Eddie sent a letter to Gorham calling for his surrender in response Gorham suggested that eddy surrender two days later Eddie attempted a night attack against the fort hoping that the surprise and confusion would allow his men to get inside the Fort and take the garrison Goram's men however repulsed the attack following that failure the soldiers serving under Eddie began to question his leadership a counselor officers voted to remove Eddie from leadership remember these were all local civilians acting as Bolivia there were no professional officers or men around a little over a week later the new leadership council ordered another attack on November twenty second and again on November twenty third bird a few outbuildings but again failed to capture the fort itself a few days later on November twenty seventh a British relief force arrived aboard the HMS Vulture. The ship carried two hundred reinforcements mostly Royal Marines under the command of Major Thomas Bat two days later that led a counter attack on the Patriot lines outside the fort the British killed or wounded an unknown number of Patriots while taking five casualties to dead three wounded themselves the Patriot forces scattered most of the men simply left the fight and went home the British spent the next few the days trying to chase down patriots but with little luck they scoured the countryside and captured a few suspected rebels they also burn the farm of those suspected of participating in the attack on the fort or other supporters of the rebellion the locals protested this destruction of property Colonel Gorham offered a full pardon to anyone who surrendered and agreed to take an oath of allegiance with the exception of Eddie and a few other leaders this upset major bat who charged Gore with neglect of duty Gorham later received exoneration of the charges which is not a surprise I since men like General Hal and General Carleton were doing very similar things the pardon gave every appearance of returning the area to local obedience ended the Patriot movement there Eddie at a few others unwilling to submit left for Massachusetts the battle at Fort Cumberland is also sometimes called Eddie's rebellion and it ended up being a relatively minor affair involving mostly militia while some historians view that Patriot victory there might have brought Nova Scotia over to the Patriot side and made it the fourteenth state it seems unlikely that the Patriots we've been able to hold the territory against an almost certain British counterattack from Halifax in any event the British despite victory did not consider it terribly significant this relatively minor affair between militia and Halifax was happening while British under general how were pushing the continental army out of New York and across New Jersey still moving slowly toward Philadelphia which is some of the things I've talked about over the last couple of weeks as I said last week general how had joined General Cornwallis in New Jersey and was slowly pushing Washington's army into pens Vania as the victorious army chased the continentals across the state general how had left his second in command General Clinton back in New York City Eighty Clinton spent most of his days I imagine banging his head on the desk out of frustration since the first British troops landed in New York earlier that Summer Clinton had proposed one plan after another to encircle and trap and destroy the continental army his commander General Hal continually rejected his advice preferring to push the Americans back slowly and always offering them an avenue of retreat as I mentioned a couple of weeks ago during the New York campaign how in Clinton's relationship which had never been particularly good grew even more strained Clinton attempted to push beyond house orders on several occasions only to receive a reprimand from his commander during the battle of White Plains and a frustrated Clinton spoke openly of his frustration about serving under how to General Cornwallis when Cornwallis Pat I along these comments to how the commander decided to leave Clin completely out of any combat plans under his command as the British Russian's pushed the Continental Army across New Jersey Clinton once again proposed taking a fleet up the Delaware River while another army pushed Washington back towards the river again if this plan succeeded Washington's army would be trapped and forced to surrender but how once again said no and allowed Clinton subordinate Cornwallis to lead the British army attacking Washington and New Jersey still how needed to give Clinton something to do other than sitting in New York writing letters to London about how badly how was performing Hal deployed Clinton to capture Rhode Island or in particular the Schwab areas around New York might freeze up for the winter thus trapping the navy and possibly damaging the ship's the salt water port and Newport Rhode Island would be a much safer nearby location to host the Royal Navy for the Winter Newport would also once again give the British a toehold in New England and would also serve as a good post to block New England privateers from coming and going Newport was thought to have one of the largest percentages of loyalist populations in New England thus minimizing the danger from local militia General Clinton received a force of about six seven thousand regulars in Haitians and took general Lord Percy as his second in command some sources say the force was larger but I think that they've been counting the thousands of sailors aboard ships that were carrying the army to Rhode Island how had originally promised Clinton a force of ten thousand soldiers but he reduced that number shortly before he set sail a fleet of eighty three ships under the command of Commodore Peter Parker carry it Clinton and his forces from New York to Rhode Island now you may recall that Parker had carried Clinton to the Carolinas where the men raced an embarrassing loss at Fort Sullivan in Charleston Harbor for more on that see episode eighty-eight Clinton had certainly not forgotten about it he took this opportunity to bicker with Parker again over the incident he demanded Parker take the blame for all the failure at Charleston and clear the cloud over Clinton's good name Parker was actually pretty conciliatory and wanted to put the issue behind them but making a fuss about what at this point only made the situation between the two commanders worse even so the landing at Newport on December eight th seventeen seventy six turned out to be a non event there were no continental soldiers prepared to oppose the landing Washington's Army was in New Jersey fleeing toward Dalkia Charles Lee's army was in southern New York but seemed more interested in what was happening in New Jersey then attempting to oppose the British in Rhode Island before the British fleet arrived the local Patriot militia had abandoned the defensive works along the shore and had removed most of the canons most of the Patriots civilians in the area simply left town before the British arrived a prewar population L. Newport of about nine thousand had fallen to under five thousand Clinton found the much reduced population remaining behind to be loyalists or quake here's who were willing to submit to British rule the British force landed unopposed there were a few Patriot militia in the area who the British easily shirt or dispersed now as I said for the past year and even longer Clinton had constantly recommended general how that he should use forces to envelop the enemy and surround them so the British could capture the enemy instead how just pushed the enemy further back allowing them avenue of retreat now Clinton in his first independent command did exactly the same thing how had been doing he landed his forces at Newport and simply allowed the enemy militia to wchs the continental navy was still hanging around Rhode Island at this time most of it remained bottled up near Providence it did not front British or attempt to oppose landing in fact after a British ship the HMS diamond ran.
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"You talk a little bit about this. But Earl is dad built cold blooded assassin even talk about little bit of how he did that. And I was impressed that he had the maturity to a very young age to realise that practice was more important than play. I took up golf at, like sixty and I try to maximize the number of holes I play and I really should be maximizing practice. Yeah. So we kind of worked backwards on that on the practice part. I think one of the reasons that tiger was so good at mastering the importance of practice versus playing the child is that he is naturally, an introvert. And that's that's an advantage. If you're a golfer in other words he prefers to be alone. He likes to be by himself. He's more comfortable when he's got around other people. And so obviously, if he were a quarterback that would be a problem. It's, it's in his nature to play sport where you're alone. He he loved to practice. He's not this is not an Andre Agassi story where his dad is forcing him to do something that he doesn't like tiger actually loved practicing. He loved being alone for hours on the driving range, on the golf course practising and refining game. It's a habit that was formed when he was very young and it was consistent. With his personal preference. So that's a good thing. There's a great anecdote in the book, when Tigers at the US Amador and Newport, Rhode Island he's going for his second consecutive Amador title, and he's, he and his father are staying in a home in Narragansett. And they're staying on a golf course, and the owner of the house that they're staying in as a member, of course at the country club. And he goes out on the course one day when he goes out to play he sees tiger putting practicing putting in the guy goes and plays eighteen holes. It takes them three and a half hours or whatever when he comes off the course he finds tiger in the same exact spot where he was three and a half hours earlier any still putting the guy says to him don't you wanna play in tiger says tiger doesn't even look at him. He just keeps putting and says, I like to practice. And I think that for that guy I interviewed that guy who owned that house. And he said, it was just so stunning to see. He was a kid at that point. He was still a kid. He, he was still in college at that point, he was, like you don't find men mature men that were that discipline. And so that, that's a great thing. The practice habits, I think in terms of the technique you asked about his father, and what is father did to rein him. And I think one of the things is used to. Alive. He, he really controlled Tigers narrative from the time he was too, when he first introduced into television all the way up until when he died was always sort of controlling and navigating in writing literally writing Tigers narrative, Earl growth, three books about tiger. So he literally was controlling the narrative and what he likes to tell everybody and his books in his interviews. If he liked to jovially say that, you know, when Tigers young teenager the way, I trained him to focus mentally was when he was swinging. I do things like you know, jingle, the coins in my pocket or I dropped the bag or I do things to make noise to, you know, basically force him to learn to focus, and it was sort of like this almost inspiring father, son story. But the thing is old left out the most significant parts of what, what else he did to make tiger so mentally tough. And one of the things he did is he used to? Use a very abusive language on a sun. Some demeaning language he called him the N word he, he called him. He us where words use the F word. He he, he said things that I think most fathers that are probably listening to this program. Would never say to their sons if they're objected was to help their son, become better at something, and he would do stuff like that. And he, he was someone who taught, you know, warfare techniques and prisoner of war techniques in college when he when he retired from the military, he was he was a former green beret, and he, he gave tiger when tiger was really young. You know thirteen twelve thirteen fourteen in that age range, he'd gave him a code word. And, and it was a word that tiger could utter. If Earl was pushing him too far and the word was enough and tiger never used that were not once. Right. Never, and I think the reason I think that that is such a powerful anecdote is because if you flash forward to win tiger for instance time he. One major with a broken leg he doesn't stop. He will never utter the word enough. I think that's why he tried to come back to early from three back surgeries. When most humans. Most humans would never have tried to even like pick up a grocery bag after that this guy, went out and was framing in, you know, working out again and trying to take that incredibly violent swing that he has and come back, and I think it, it, it took a long time for tiger. Finally, say enough and I don't think he, he did that until last year. Now we're gonna talk a little bit about the fall for the remainder of this segment. Doing the, the National Enquirer, take us through when when when he went right through the guard while guardrails and everything collapsed right through to the accident. Well, I think in the last that period of two thousand six two thousand seven two thousand eight to nine building. I mean, we have a chapter in that period, called tick, tick tick, and it is like a, a bomb that's ticking. And as a reader, you can watch this happening, and it's just going. It's almost it was exhausting, frankly, too, right? That portion of his life, because it was so much going on that it was breathtaking times. You wonder how a human being can actually function would that much going on in his life and trying to keep it all secret. He was doing the number of encounters. He was having with women outside of his marriage. The it was just so much happening to him. And, and at the same time, his body was starting to rake down. So you have this. It's like a tandem thing going on that, when he's having issues with his knee with his achilles. I mean it's there's things that are going on. And part of that is, is being aggravated by his obsession with workouts me. And he's training literally training with navy seals. He's running in combat boots with a backpack on his back. That's got weights in it. He's jumping out of airplanes. He's. Running through kill houses with you know, weapon in his hand. He this is it's almost like it's hard to imagine. And at the same time, he's, he's ranging, you know, rendezvous with women in, you know this city and that City New York in San Diego. He's, he's all over the place. That's the kind of stampede that's underway. And so what happens on November twenty seven thousand is that you get to this point where the, the National Enquirer, and it's interesting given what's going on in our country right now? But the National Enquirer was stalking Tiger Woods for a number of years. In the reason for that is partly because they had caught him earlier in a in a compromise position. And the way tiger got out of it was by making a deal with the parent company of the inquirer, and he agrees, you know, do something for them and exchange. They killed the story. The problem was at that point, the National Enquirer knew what they have, and they knew it was only matter of time before they catch him again. It's sort of like a shark snowing blood in the water. And that's when the stocking and goes on. And by the summer to fall two thousand nine day new they added they adamant across air. They were following him around. They were following a woman around that they, they do was was meeting up with him. And in November of two thousand nine they basically made clear to tiger and the woman that they knew what he was doing what they were doing. And they were going to expose. Visit in the pages of the inquire, and that conscious off a series of rapid, fire events around thanksgiving that were designed to try to take the steam out of that story. And part of that effort was to lie to Tigers wife, tell her that these things that are going to be published are not true, the lies and given the national enquirers reputation. They hope that, that story that spin would work. And it seemed like it had worked because the story came out in the inquirer few days before thanksgiving and kinda got ignored. It was almost like okay maybe these deceptive lies worked, but then on thanksgiving eve, Tigers wife Ellen looked at his cell phone after he had gone to bed and was asleep. And she discovered a text message on the phone and the content of that message signal to her that, in fact, the into -delity was real and tiger had been lying, and then she took the extrordinary step of replying to taxed pretending to be banned, and the woman on the receiving end thinking it was tiger replied back. Love our final segment on tiger. Woods coming up next..
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"newport rhode island" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"But as of the next few days that stuff's going to remain white concrete out there. Well, today's mardi gras celebration. In New Orleans has thrust into the spotlight or rather controversial local tradition at date backs dates back more than one hundred years of full century Tanya, j powers from Fox News fills us in on what this controversy is all about good morning. Have you ever have you ever been to mardi gras, but I have never been to mardi gras. No. New Orleans is on my bucket list, but mardi gras is not you know, it's sort of like I got to give you a comparison J parts, it's sort of like Newport Rhode Island in the summer. It's. Okay. That gives me a that gives me all I needed to not to know not to plan there. Because I have been to mardi gras. And it's it's quite quite crowded. It's it's a it's a it's a pickpockets paradise. Okay. All right. Well, what they're what they're referring to with. This is the, you know, the mardi gras celebration and the Zulu social aid and pleasure club, which is one you had these they have the crews as they call them different names, and they have floats parades. And and you know that kinda and these particular folks put on grass skirts and feather headdresses and bone jewelry. Day paint their faces black. Here's the controversial can American members of it. And then the white people do as well. And this has been something that apparently they they did starting in one thousand nine they were paying homage to Sulu warriors. But now that it's kind of obviously taken on a whole different. You know, right. But it continues for this celebration. Correct. As far as I know it does this is one of those like I said in light of that. The whole everything in Virginia and all of the shareholders differ. And you know, different things have come out from other states that we've also seen not necessarily that. But other things related to confederate. Right. Right. Well, if you call them, but yeah, that's that's what they're talking about. I have not ever gone to mardi gras has not stopped me from mixing myself a hurricane though, which is a great drink. And I think I think they're they're also best served in New Orleans. So they are. But listen, you know, I can do it on your bucket list with I can mix up air shots hurricane and still enjoy. It's always good to work in the word air sites work. I've not heard that you get the you get you get the buzzword bingo to dust that went off straight from the vocabulary for the college bound student. Thank you tons of shape. Nineteen after six o'clock now so you get controversy there over black face. And now in Arkansas controversy over their state flag as we hear more from FOX's Jill NATO on the Arkansas state flag. There's a blue star over the state's name that currently represents the confederate states have America. But there's been a proposal in the state house to have that star. Instead recognize the contributions of native Americans to Arkansas the measure failed in a house committee last week. But now governor Hutchinson saying if it comes up again, he's going to support it the Bill won't change the.
"newport rhode island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Right. So if you're looking at the institution of slavery itself and the economy under girding will saying look, this is not just about a plantation economy in rural Virginia, you got to connect that economy to sort of banking and industry in Newport, Rhode Island and manufacturing in Massachusetts. So we talk about the ways to really show. Oh, and teach this as a national phenomenon with a lasting legacy. And you do that in very concrete ways. Right. Like this happened here. This is the reason why it happened in these connections. How young should we start? That's a great question. I think you begin what I have. I have three daughters aged seven five and two and a half. And my wife thinks I'm crazy. But when my oldest daughter was three we need to talk about slavery. You know? No, I think the, but it has to be certainly age appropriate. I mean calculus is hard physics is hard. But in preschool doing physics, right? And now, we're not qualified right? They're doing basic math. No, one would say what calculus is hard. So we're not gonna teach math until they're in high school you build a foundation. And I think you have to do the same thing when you're dealing with these hard subjects in the humanities, particularly with America's slavery, you build a foundation. What do you make of what we're doing right here at Montpellier, the plantation home of James, Madison, one of the founding fathers and a key founding father when it came to the founding principles that we sell revere in the constitution. Puglia is trying to turn around the way we tell our history they are. And they're doing a great job. This is where James Madison, essentially, the father of the constitution draft the Bill of rights, right? Like, it's here. This is the founding document of our nation and what Montpellier through their exhibitry through their interpretation of. This astore excite is saying you cannot understand what happened in that second floor library where James Madison is offering this vision of a new democratic society, unless you understand what was also happening in the cellars with the enslave folk were working unless you understand what was happening in that. Southie are where they were working and living, and unless you understand what was happening in the fields because that made possible the time and space and luxury for Madison to help craft and create what was going on that library..
"newport rhode island" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"With ducks out there on the water. It's pretty cool to see all that others morning. I've got my own way to give them a coffee. You're all over the road. I'm still looking for that one that ran into my car two years ago, you want revenge. Don't you? I tell you what I'm trying to get his insurance card. Now, that's something that he's uninsured. Wakened? Find him. Good luck with that. Last last week. We talked to to Bill miles and first caller and Steve Keithly, and and Luke Compton and others. It was an interesting day. They had Bill sent me a video. Now, they they got the geese it took him a while. But they sent me a video, and I'm gonna show to Chuck here in a minute. They were in the pit, and they were wait for some geese. And all of a sudden some deer started to run across the field and the deer at the end was almost pure white. It was really really cool. Really, quite so, yeah, I've got the video. Here's forty year old together bottom on there. And so you never know what you're going to see when you're out there. The same way we fishing. Exactly. That's why I like that. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. I haven't shopped at around you had been too busy. Now, I know. Good ideas. The question is are you going to do the plunge? The burning answer is not in your life. I did it for over thirteen years. You did. I did. I even did it for what four or five after I had my stroke really the year ahead. My stroke, Dr gaming, the okay to do it. So I went down in. Went in with a quite keen, right? Walked in walkout. I guess I would do I'm not afraid to do it. I mean, I don't mind the water not afraid to die at that time at that time. I really didn't feel it was what half my body. So what's? Are you are you captain dog going to do the pledge? I've done it twice in my early years. But these these days, I just can't take the cold weather anymore. Yeah. I used to like going out and fighting fires in the slow and sure and all that but not anymore. Just can't do it got it. Did you ever do the one up at deep creek? I did not have not done that. Now, it's it's fun when when they have to cut the ice. So you have a place you can go in. If I'm cutting ice on any waterway in Maryland. It's to make sure that the ducks see that whole when I may be standing on the side of the Bank waiting for. They have several renditions of the plunge up up north. I know it in Newport Rhode Island. I think on the coast. Then by the indicate pounded has one too. Before leave? I think that some press.
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"The author of several books including a exposes in excess. And we're so thrilled you're with us today. Your new book is out, and it is called. What would MRs Astor do? And it is such a pleasure. So let's talk about MRs Astor, and who she was. And what's what are we missing today as as as most people listening to this may not know, MRs Astor was. Cranky. They had good to talk to you. And I to heard from my mother who do you think you are MRs. Took a while. And we could say she was the Queen of New York society. And all America, followed her lead. It was about how you conduct yourself. How you behave at the best your manners. Your speaking voice. How you should be with other people how you should be at a ball or on the street or at a restaurant. And let's remember that was a time of many many you pencils at the table. What was the fish for? What was the cheese knife? Mrs Astor new, and if you wanted to be a respectable person in America in the late eighteen hundreds you better know too. And she was the one to set the pace and teach you. Yes. Yes. So boy Mark Twain would have the field field day today Whitney. He would he would indeed an fat Mark Twain and MRs Astor, perhaps we're at the same place in the palm court in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, perhaps along a corridor. That connected the Waldorf Anthea story at two hotels, and that car there was called peacock alley. It was a version of what today we would think of as the red carpet. So in in my book, I needed to have have photographs and some drawings and illustrate there is peacock alley. And there were both there. Fancy ball, dress balls. There was there was not necessarily enough room in one's private mansion ballroom. So one booked a hotel such as the Waldorf Astoria. The guest list was exclusive crowd stood out on the sidewalk to see who came in. What did the ladies wear? What were their gills? And of course, the reporters, the news media social media of the day was the press, you know, this and Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst competing with their New York newspapers and their reporters were outside crippling away the next day, all New York and all America knew who had attended. And what they wore. And how elegant they were what a day that was. Yeah. You know that Waldorf the walled off. I was actually I last year when I was in London. My friend booked the rooms at the Waldorf, and oh my gosh. It was just like going back in time. So elegant the courtyards that everything just. Yes. Different level, totally different level the decor. So in elaborate, so incredibly inside today, maybe some of your audience have visited Newport, Rhode Island, others might that's where the so-called cottages, which are really the mansions off, MRs Astor's era. That's where those those palatial summer homes are and they've been preserved and they are open to the public. So researching my MRs Astor book, what would MRs Astor do? Of course, went to Newport toward those mansions again seen them, you know, years past, but this was very different. This was a work trip. I had to get it. Right. Talk about those mansions talk about MRs Astor in Newport, six weeks in the summertime, and you better be there. If you were in the social elite.
Woman falls off sailboat; husband apparently didn't notice for hours
"Now this there's another woman, here, in Rhode Island Newport Rhode Island investigators are trying to learn more about a bizarre incident off the. Coast of Rhode Island. According to CBS, Boston a woman said she fell off a sailboat and her husband didn't know she'd been overboard for hours I could talk to him US coast says the woman said she was on her husband's thirty nine, foot sailboat sometime Friday afternoon and there were sailing, from, Newport. To East Greenwich green witch The woman who had thirties, haven't, identified Was found on an island nearby at four AM and by a passing boater who heard her cries for help The Providence. Journal reports that the, woman had had mild hypothermia refused treatment or husband was found around two AM in. Warwick after he is sailboats ground demand told local police that he thought his. Wife was below deck and sleeping didn't realize she was missing Quotas. Pretty challenging because you could have been anywhere she could've swam to another island or. Another side of the bay Or a buoy or a beach where to Gilligan's
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"Thousand dollars raising nearly one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in a day fox's kristin goodwin rescue services from spain have brought ninety migrants from morocco ashore after they attempted to cross the straight of gibraltar the root is the shortest from north africa to europe and it's gaining popularity a father and son battle for state office in rhode island a house divided in newport rhode island fortyseven year old david kiro a senior is a republican who supports president trump twenty two year old david junior is an independent mulas at the same home both filing this week to be on the ballot for a state house seat now being held by a democrat even driving to city hall in the same car filing their election paperwork the younger was saying his dad's a good motivator even if it's to motivate to stop him both say they frequently talk politics at home and say the race will be interesting the elder kiro saying mom's a wildcard as she could surprise them all and vote for the incumbent rich denison fox news jackson has posted an online tribute to her grandfather joe jackson the daughter of michael jackson posting on instagram a photo of her and her grandfather holding hands and what appears to be a hospital the caption reads rip the hawk joe jackson forceful mentor of michael jackson and his eight surviving siblings died wednesday to hospice in las vegas lisa lacerra fox news.