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"nick keller" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Thursday melted with entrepreneur the playbook and I have Nick Keller, founder and CEO of benchmark benchmark is an extraordinary business in London as four different business units under it, but aligned with compassionate capitalism. There's a bigger purpose to what you do. I know you started as a sports agent, just like I did. In my sports career. A lot of people ask, how do you connect the dots backwards from being in one of the most scarce competitive industries into being truly an abundant social impactful leader? David. Thanks for having us here and we're excited to be with you. I think the you have to go to the roots done you of of where you start and funding fundamentally for me. Um, drawing together, sport and social change came very much from the heart of my experience in education. I was a pretty average student averagely average is actually being generous. But where I found solace was on the sports field, particularly on the rugby pitch on its I suppose, through that experience, no hell of a struggle actually getting through school despite how much Money, my parents through the problem. It was still always a struggle. And so the very heart of it, sport was a bit of a salvation for May on, it's where I found solace. And I suppose that the heart of everything I've done in business comes down to a simple truth that I have a belief that sport Um, can have a positive impact on individuals on community on society on DNO. Now, I suppose more than ever will play and should play a dramatic role. And what else society looks like in the moment. So there's two schools of thought when it comes to sports, right sports is such an emotional attachment, and I think the two schools come from the necessity of sports that it's a microcosm of the world and we should utilize sports the unite the world and move on. And then there's the school of thought that sports is a distraction. Right that the higher level people that utilize and run the world have utilized sports to distract us from what's truly going on as long as they're on the pitch or.
"nick keller" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"You, Rachel. Thank you. Time for Cairo radio, real time traffic brought to you by Emerald Queen Casino and Mike. We continue enjoy very good drive out there. The one exception to that is the North bound for all five drivers. You try to get through the Renton area. We're seeing the slowing begin right there at the Maple Valley Highway to continues up to 44th in Newcastle plan on a 30 32 minute drive now to go from Renton up into Bellevue. So that's kind of our out. Liar. Right now. We do have a little bit of slowing on south bound four or five as well as you kind of come over the crest of the hill and start working your way down. Into Canyon Park. That is a sunshine slow down in this superb right there in the conditions of kind of weird because we have some low lying fog there and moisture in the air, and then the sun's kind of coming through it, So that's because certainly a visual described distraction as you head down. 33 minutes from ever to Bellevue was good 33 as well from ever it into Bellevue. Little slowing through Mountlake Terrace, but not bad. The Valley Freeway is seeing a very quiet drive. We have some slowing it to 24th actually is kind of heavy their 24th up to Ellingson before it breaks free on again. I believe that's kind of a sunshine slow down there as well because the sun's coming in the side of year. Your car there, so it is somewhat distracting. There's you as you're driving up the Valley Freeway and rain ears kind of off to your bottom, right there is your driving up. It's coming right in your side view. So just be prepared for that. I think that's what we're dealing with their give yourself 40 minutes. There was you go from the Puyallup area up into renting the drive on the I five corridor. Looking really good as you make your way from Lacey DuPont on the way, Olympia to Tacoma's 30 minutes. Out of the north, and I think I already mentioned We got 33 minutes They're from ever to Seattle or Bellevue across the lake were still in very good shape. Nothing out of its equal or out of Redmond as you head west. And just to let you know they have changed the conditions up, but the Snoqualmie pass chains are now required. As you're heading across the Steve Snoqualmie pass Right now, Traction tires are required on Steven. So the difference there means I mean, you got to chain up even if you have studded tires on Unless you have all wheel drive. That's the rules. So it's getting a little bit worse. Over snow cone. Snoqualmie Pass this report brought to you by the Emerald Queen Casino. Enjoy safe, clean, comfortable escape where we all win. Let's keep the curve flat together. Emerald Queen Casino, the entertainment capital of the Northwest. Well, a day after some pretty torrential rain. We have clear skies now and and it's currently 40 degrees in downtown Seattle. Full weather report coming up. That's right. Nick Keller will always have details for you in the newscast. Also coming up on the Gin, Ursula show. Well, Americans celebrate the $600. They're going to get from the federal government after all of these months. Jean Ursula have some of the things you might not know are contained within the new stimulus package. I just saw this list, too. From G. He's been listed him up on On the Twitter and they are surprising you're listening to Cairo radio. In these new classic chicken sandwich is now when the two for five and that's reason to celebrate. Try the new classic and then take your mouth on.
"nick keller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I just looked it up so I can't recommend it high enough. You are full service. Even I can. I can vouch for that as well. I was in there the other day. They have really great stuff. Thanks for calling in. My guess. Is Nick Keller, a k New York? Nico. So, Nika, you've been posting about some of the other issues confronting the city, including Annie for kidney donation. Working with New York Food Bank Last week, you rolled out a collaboration with Puma on a limited T shirt to benefit the campaign against hunger. How did the collaboration with Puma come about? Um, they just reached out. Uh, you know, I'm I'm always open to doing interesting collaborations like that, Especially if if, um you know it benefits. Something on Um So you know them. God, God's love and my C I'm sorry. God's love. We deliver food bank. Yeah, uh, Food Bank for New York all really great organizations that I highly recommend people check out. Edition to the shirt you having with Puma, you have merchandise for people can check out to the link on your instagram bio You've had in T shirts that include Dan Smith, the guy who will teach you guitar. Yeah, Pizza. You know, there's a T shirt there now called all smiles in New York. Yeah. What's that? All smiles in New York. It's I mean, it's it's I don't know how to explain it over on, you just have to check it out. But there's a lot of recognizable. We basically took the iconic smiley face image, the yellow smiley face image. Um, you know, added Cem Cem attributes Torto make it look like some, You know, New Yorkers that we know in love like the Naked Cowboy and Selina and Barnes and You know, Andrew, Dice Clay, Travis Bickle. Um, it anyone can can name all of the smiley faces on the shirt. I will send them a free shirt. Wow, that is a gauntlet thrown. All right, Let's talk. You can't see no cheating. No cheating are listen. Public radio listeners they would never cheat. Uh, Greg on Twitter. Oh, Greg's a regular listener, he says. I'm just a pop shop and Ogi here in Harlow makes handmade bow ties and since March Master Matt's been really tough for me. They got our Twitter. You can check out Boz Nouveau. Let's go to line eight. Stephen is calling from Chelsea. Hey, Steven. Thanks for calling all of it. Hey, Thanks for having me on. I love your show. Alison. We've met before, Haven't we? I think so. I'm not sure at the Atlantic Oh, yeah. You guys think we did? I think we did a well give it so I own I own the protein bakery in Chelsea. I've been around going on 22 years I lost £82. And created a cookie. That type routine all natural. No, we no gluten were cost K kosher. We have Tito friendly items, and all of the gyms have closed their cafes. All of my corner stores have closed. So I'm really relying on my little shop on 19th Street and Seventh Avenue and on my website protein bakery dot com and I can vouch. It's delish. I know for sure. Stephen. Thanks for calling And good luck. Let's go to Valerie in Brooklyn Online nine. Hi, Valerie. Thanks for calling all of it. What's your shout out? Hi. Thank you so much. Alison. I'm so happy that you're doing this and ICO absolutely love your instagram. My husband's gonna Look, I told that I was able to look beyond the segment today. Sinner excited something. Try to buy dinner. Um, so my brand is called Clay beauty. That's Kaley. I And I make a sustainable self care products here in Wana, Brooklyn, and 10% of our profits are donated to Brooklyn community Organization. Um Ourself care products have been, you know really good treat for you or a loved one this holiday season. You know, we make that so. Uh, floor official scenes, Clay mask. Just anything you need to make your day feel like Sunday. I love that. Oh, I do self care Sunday. I appreciate that, and we need take care of ourselves as well. Thank you so much for calling in. Let's slide and get Kelly from Brooklyn Online to Hi, Kelly. Thanks for calling all of it. Oh, Kelly, Drop. Let's go to Nancy on line three from Manhattan. Heisei Nancy. Thanks for calling in. Hi. Thank you so much for taking my call. I feel such a part of this show today because I'm listening to this. And Stephen from Protein Bakery is actually one of my best friends and I had no idea he was going to be on their here Thanksgiving at my house, except not this year. Obviously. Um and we speak eight languages, which with 11 people. I mean, we're not after, please, but we're up there. Wow of Garber Hardware, So I feel like everyone that you're talking about. Like we're all part of the same family. But I own downtown doghouse. And I've actually to location one in Kips Bay and one in Chelsea and our big product this year is that we have like a hand sanitizer for dogs. It's a It uses purified water and anti microbial compound and it attacks and kills passages and bacteria for up to 24 hours on first, So you spray on your dog like when you're going to go out to the dog runner and you know that people are gonna be touching and Skin. It Wreck your whole social distance and you can spray this on your dog to kind of after the barrier and go after all those passages. So that's what we're what we have going on this season. It's our one thing that's like Differentiates us from everybody. Thank you for calling. And I love that We have family time on the show as well. My guest is Nick Keller, New York Nico is his instagram. So let me ask you what is your next big? Area. You're going to concentrate on Nick. Oh, man. Um, Honestly, time. Time will tell. You know, whatever Whatever the city needs, I guess..
"nick keller" Discussed on The Playbook
"Companies. That are there we have. I think a really big chore and That's why I believe in enjoying that consistent persistent pursuit and I'm glad that there's people like you that are leading the way and I know you're here with the dodgers in Tiger Woods Foundation. Which a lot of our former interns and employees will be involved as well Sharing with the world how he just step-by-step crawl before we walk run. Make this a better place to live and I think that's the perspective that I loved this year on. This place is like a lot of these issues may scare you maybe complex. You may not understand everything that we about but in the end it's all about just trying your best to make this a better place to live and I think for our industry. This is the great joy and the opportunity and the optimism of it all our industry sport has this fantastic opportunity to draw people into this discussion. Because I think you mentioned at the beginning it. Kinda everyone sort of beavers around it whether it's government privacy. Whatever it is everyone's engaged in it and As we look at that perspective It's not reach out to all the rights holders teams leagues etc to understand that we are in changing times and we do as an industry. Have this fantastic opportunity to really bring things together and use ourselves as a platform to reach out you know. The Great Challenge for around sustainability is who we to engage the most young people in corporations who are probably the most engaged to install the corporation. So I look at our opportunity as an industry and what you and Dave what. You've talked about You know so much in every book you've read it you you you've written the economy talks about it and so at the very hard to pit we have this wonderful opportunity. to deliver real changes But you know we need to move on and and and make sure that we're engaging with the right people. Well certainly pleasure having you here nick and just looking forward to all the great things that you're GonNa do and more in Portland looking forward to getting engaged with you to help assist in any way I can to be of service. So what extraordinary business? I loved learn about held off on doing too much research accidents. I loved to learn right without. You know there's just that when you're doing these things for me. It's a balance of understanding where that background is but most importantly at least getting fresh perspective to ask the right questions or else you do so much. We'd be our way from what I think. People understand. So thank you so much. Thank you for everything you do and everything. It's been a pleasure to be thanks to you to also Keller and founder of benchmark. Check him out. He is a world leader in. That's an understatement. With Dave meltzer entrepreneurs the playbook by hope. You enjoyed this week's episode of the playbook as much as me on a personal note. I just wanted to thank everyone for making the playbook such a success. Don't forget to continue it by sharing subscribing and listening to your favorite episodes this Dave Meltzer with the playbook..
"nick keller" Discussed on The Playbook
"I see is I looked to impact over a billion people in my life to be happy because I think this mentally challenging separateness that exist throughout sports and everything else and I think sports is a great key to it but it's really what I see. Benchmark is about is you're building communities so the interesting thing on the mental health piece. It's always personal by the way when someone's in it and we'll come onto that we've started a platform called stand the game with the US leagues or behind us And the center stone in the National Action Alliance Suicide Prevention and and we'll be hosting not again this year. We had the first one this year. A crucial conversation The mental health pieces for me one of the most exciting pieces about it and West. Balkan play really fundamental role is when we look in the workplace There's this complete intersection around performance That exists what I'm interested as well vulnerability and performance into sect. Because we're now in a time where we've got a crate Environments where people can truly be themselves when they can express vulnerability in that. Performance will not be doubted whether it is that moment. Most poignant and exact is between sports coach and athletes and where you are at the edge of the human capacity physically emotionally and mentally in many ways so I think has a huge role to play In demonstrating to people that it's okay to talk about it That is vital that actually humans performances benefits from vulnerability. And you know my journey. And I you know I was talking to you. You'll team jake in the car over here and the more crucial sport is when you're younger. The more you have to disentangle yourself later in life my experiences and this applies to a lot of professional sports. People that I've worked with We use it as a crutch to get through some of those most vulnerable moments when we're younger and Although I wasn't a professional sports person as close to a lot of pressure and it took me ten years to unravel the insecurity. Anxiety because I've been using sport as a crutch to get me through to those little beasts little booths on the ego the self-esteem that comes from putting a crunching tackle on offer having the ability to to take your anger out. in a legal way On a sports field and so for me. I think has a huge role to play to helping. Young people understand their own mental health issues. I think has a vital role to play. I mean we all know the physical benefits. Don't we of spoke on the mental Benefits as well but but playing in that team environment can be a very very positive thing. I think we have to be cautious and to ensure that we don't let kids engaged too heavily in sports to the detriment themselves later on In life as well and I think that's quite an important thing to me a long time to unpack it and rediscover who. I was without the crutch of schools. That's really interesting. I think you'll looking at your business. And there's so many different causes purposes and arms to it in a lot of people as this is an entrepreneurial show as well probably like how the heck do you do it. All so matthew critical question about just time management and focus so a lot of people have difficulty building one. Biz business with ten people and you. Have you know so many different businesses in projects and it's a significant level insignificant? Amount of people are involved. What is your best advice? Four time man has been in focus. Ohio remarkable brilliant people At the end of the day I had a fundamental problem. I imagine if I was at school now they'd be rolling out. Adhd that'd be road dyslexia They'll be rolling out a lot of names but back in your mind day. I think we're in the same general. A little bit made me run around the block. That was the cure. We sat at the back of the class. In Google abject confusion over with described. His teachable right By one teacher in a school report Which is devastating Actually it's devastating words to hear from an educator And so for me focus took me fifteen years so I failed many times Through lack of focus discovering you have a creative mind Through an education system designs acquainted And hasn't changed greatly now for the current environment wherein says even which even worse when you think about the distilling of information. I heard your web summit when he said Tony Bless. It's something really interesting. Web Summit teaching isn't teaching anymore. It's just distilling the amount of information withdrawing a young people and I think that we can have a whole further chat about that later. Because I think it's a very interesting area. So fundamentally for me focus was always very difficult and it was my downfall so once a monster that to a point it was all about hiring remarkable brilliantly intelligent normally younger people the An I have some exceptional people in my team. Md's that lead it which leads me to probably get on with what I'm best suited for Which is a bit of a is around the creative during dots together. I think you're you're someone that draws dolts together I get that sense as well. That's a very entrepreneurial piece creative piece of seeing how that's GonNa work that PISS GONNA fit in that Which means we're probably not the most of the same time so for me. That's a really crucial point but I I think when I think about those key things to business success An who you hire an autonomy is very crucial. People that can get on with things. Themselves is vital. So that's a big thing for me someone that you can. Har- that's autonomous. The second piece is someone. That's restless restless can be seen in a negative way in a positive way for Mayor. This restless this each do things better or find out how. I can do things differently and to always question not in a negative way how we can get better at something so I think if someone told me to choose two words it would be that autonomy and restlessness and of course focused. We now is is crucially important. That's A. B. B. kind of your future yourself be more interested than interesting. Yeah I noticed that you're talking about last issue. You know when we get stuck into this more compassionate capitalism side of things purpose driven lifestyles that revolve around business and NGOs and all types of organizations truly impactful business. One of the words that are is the elected but yet you seem to do really great job at it is profitability and profitability. Some people think is counterintuitive to what we do but to me. It's crucial so I'd love to see your perspective of profitability in Your Business and how you execute on or prioritize the profitability of the business beyond the purpose. So what's interesting is we. We started talking about a shared value model as soon as professor Michael Porter from Harvard. Coin to phase in two thousand eleven the whole business was established. The beyond sport group was established off the very notion the corporate sector was going to need a place to to hide or soften itself Post THE FINANCIAL CRISIS. That was the basis of business. The we we had an instinct I suppose the YOU'RE GONNA miss have to make social and business objectives together Tony Blair who was off champion actually To start with said in our opening was a remarkable opening. We had a lunchtime gathering. And it was Martin. Sorrell was the From W you know former. Wpp and Keith. Mills was that the guy ran the Olympics Lord putman from UNICEF and tiny black good got up and said I remember two thousand eight. We launched yes right in the middle of you. Just turn around and he said you know my only hope is we can hang on your so ahead of the wave we can hang on and he's completely rights and now everyone obviously is talking about purpose and I we don't sound so groundbreaking anymore But that's that's An- another discussion about where the future goes of purposes fascinating so for me getting the mix right is not seeing purposes A three sixty ton in your business in many people come Mississippi. What's our purpose law firm company? So what's our purpose? You'll purposes to bill more hours it's just to do it through the prism of whether it works for society and you now have more stakeholders than your shareholders. You'll stakeholders your employees. They all your clients they all your supply chain And of course they your shareholder but this also society as well and I think so for us That is a complete three sixty. Look the we'll have if if someone comes to US intend just want to be good to society. It's too broad. It's almost too big a brief right for us to work to a little bit but I also feel at the moment the when people are talking about it and attended event Last week in the subject matter was a prophet and purpose discussed and I said well. Can we stop talking about that and just talk about profit actually because the way things are moving the consumer is changing so attitudes of changing it? Seventy six percent of under thirty five will make a decision now based on whether they're buying or someone ethical. Sustainable we know now that certain people will really check out who they're going to be working for them wherever they contributing to society in some sort of way. So I think we need to stop this conversation on cowed. You blend the two together because the reality is. The market's changed. I'm so I think that's quite important. So there's that business case on the broader case there's a necessity to change at the moment and that's for of us because Fundamentally it's tougher for business to sell to a Fragmented World Anna's issues become more substantive to deal with the private sector has to blend very much And support the public sector over what changes going to look like and most fundamentally this comes to life when we look innovation and Change Your web summit and always sitting. I looking around pretty amazing. Seventy thousand people sold out. Yeah you know why look today and I saw the largest gathering of white people I've ever seen in my entire life in one place. I reckon ninety five percent of the people attending web summit where White House when the darkest people there. Yeah it was it was it was mind blowing and that's why beyond innovation as where Having now you know down at the dodgers in with the Tiger Woods Foundation with the SPN Essay P and ever fi is such a crucial event because my senses my sense is is the we. We only like sharing the spoils when we've created enough for ourselves as I walked around web summit and I was hosting some panels and you know the UN combat was there and is hiding something that the sustainable development goals media's on that and I just looked around. I said this is a complete disaster because when we're facing some of the most challenging times around Sustainability Hugely challenging times innovations. What's going to pull us out? No doubt and the edge if we're not bringing everyone to the policy illness We've got a problem on hand if we're not making sure that we have gender equity that we're bringing people in from less advantaged communities that we're sharing This tech revolution with a more diverse group with the diversity of thought. GonNa come from how we really going to address most of the issues around those seventeen sustainable development goals are being offered on the people the less advantaged so they know what the what's going on around they know the reality so that Real Challenge. I think is how do we really truly make innovation of compensation if this really is about the whole world coming together effectively then we really have to make that whole thing? But as I walked around web summit I was blown away by it and I walked away thinking. We have a even bigger discussion to have around stem education around how we make the tech revolution. Something that Shad. I think that's quite a big piece to pull together as well. Yeah I love your perspective in the awareness and attention out of all the people that I knew there met their spent those days. They're sharing the same as you from stages two panels to mentorship to you know. I would have to say that something that I try to be. Cognizant of and until you said that it didn't click in my mind. What a disaster. That actually was or is But there's so many complex issues which puts you in the forefront because without people like you without the insight experience situational knowledge in order to execute or at least share a different perspective as a consultant with the largest organizations and I know we were closely with sap and their global in an amazing.
"nick keller" Discussed on The Playbook
"This episode of the playbook I have Nick Keller the legend founder and CEO benchmark. We are going to talk about how sports bring together all aspects of society and creates opportunities to solve local and even global issues. Join me for all this more on the playbook this is entrepreneurs the play each week. I bring you some of the greatest athletes. Celebrities and on appeals to talk about their personal and professional playbook to success in. What made them champions on the field and in the boardroom. I'm your host and CEO of Sports. Marketing David Meltzer. This Day.
"nick keller" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"nick keller" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"nick keller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Welcome to WBZ book club Jordan here New York times bestselling author Joe fenders new thriller is out this week it's called a house on fire private investigator Nick Keller is hired to uncover secrets held by a wealthy powerful family in the big pharma industry the book opens with neck former special ops hero at the funeral of a good friend Sean a comrade in the army once saved his life Sean upon returning from the war was addicted to opioids which finally caused his premature death at the service Nick meets a woman a member of the Campbell family was immense fortune is the result of a very popular opioid called oxy dial one that's terribly addictive Nick agrees to investigate instantly eager to avenge Sean's death but he soon embroiled in conspiracy danger in family intrigue kinda keeps a reader up at night Joe fenders plots involve news were the water cooler topics and is look at the underbelly of the opioid process is dead on and here's a note to you fans and readers all the hosting a talk with Joe fender about his book this coming Tuesday evening at the Brookline books math hope to see you there book club WBZ Boston's news radio royal Caribbean cruises says and as video showing an Indiana grandfather leaning out an open window on a ship moments before lifting his granddaughter to that window then fell over to the parents of Khloe weekend are suing royal Caribbean claiming it was negligent by allowing an eleven floor window to be open in the children's play area in July but royal Caribbean is seeking a dismissal placing the blame for the eighteen month old babies fatal fall on her grandfather fifty one year old Salvatore nella was charged with negligent homicide there importer Rico but insisted he thought there was glass covering the window the cruise line says the video shows that he clearly knew the window was open he had leaned out of it for several seconds before picking up the baby and holding her out the window for about thirty seconds until apparently he lost his grip I'm Jackie Quinn the Olympic side used for the twenty sixteen Rio games in Brazil shut down over safety issues the Olympic Park in Rio de Janeiro closing after a judge ruled safety licenses were not in order the city of appeal the judge's decision saying it would affect about nine hundred athletes training at the Olympic Park well the latest on this yes No storm that's headed our way not a lot of snow but enough to will make it a bit of a nuisance Jerry small as the latest coming right up go.
"nick keller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I renew Hampshire route one south bound you'll see delays walnut tree down Pat Flynn tells parkway in Saugus route one north bound gets busy from main street right up to route one twenty eight and Winfield David Souter on WBZ struck on the breeze Toyota of Braintree brings us the four day accu weather forecast meteorologist in the war the worst part of the storm so I think the first part of the storm for all of us everyone's gonna have snow out of the gate it's timing arrival this afternoon into this evening first party tonight even down to the coast in the islands in the caper going to see a couple of inches of snow in places before goes over to sleet and then playing rain and then goes down to drizzle city north and west word you're going to get three to six inches of snow it was some sleet freezing rain before it kinda tapers off is to some drizzle later tonight temperatures fall through the forties into the thirties along the coast tomorrow and then we stay in the twenties to near thirty for the first couple days of next week I make you with your old you steam devore WBZ bosses usury deal out are you twenty one degrees in Boston it's time to switch it up and make car buying fun it's time to visit family owned to thanks in Toyota of Braintree you'll notice the difference the minute you walk through the door people do make the difference Toyota of Braintree just off route three look for the high flying American flag the best you will have New England WBZ box office WBZ box office is now open be the eleventh callers six one seven nine three one ten thirty you will win a twenty five dollar gift card to country ski and support your local ski and snowboard shop where it has everything you need for skiing and snowboarding since nineteen seventy visit the country ski dot com all over the colour six one seven nine three one ten thirty it's one twenty five in time to open the book hello and welcome to WBZ book club Jordan here New York times bestselling author Joe fenders new thriller is out this week it's called a house on fire private investigator Nick Keller is hired to uncover.
"nick keller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fenders new thriller is out this week it's called a house on fire private investigator Nick Keller is hired to uncover secrets held by a wealthy powerful family in the big pharma industry the book opens with neck former special ops hero at the funeral of a good friend Sean a comrade in the army once saved his life Sean upon returning from the war was addicted to opioids which finally caused his premature death at the service Nick meets a woman a member of the Campbell family was immense fortune is the result of a very popular opioid called oxy don't one that's terribly addictive Nick agrees to investigate instantly eager to avenge Sean's death but he soon embroiled in conspiracy danger in family intrigue kinda keeps the reader up at night Joe fenders plots involve news were the water cooler topics and is look at the underbelly of the opioid process is dead on and here's a note to you fans and readers I'll be hosting a talk with Joe fender about his book this coming Tuesday evening at the Brookline books math hope to see you there book club WBZ Boston's newsradio and thank you Jordan it's eleven twenty six twenty degrees right now an over cast in the city time travel it may not be science fiction after all according to one scientist CBS's Stephan Kaufman reports you might call them the modern day version of doc brown of back to the future astrophysicist Dr Ron Malick who dedicated much of his adult life to the notion that time travel to the past is possible just ask him but using the circulating laser light it might be possible to twist space and to twist tied into a loop and if you can twist time into a loop you can actually travel back to the past science will find the answer but a lack of funding may scuttle the project Stephan Kaufman CBS news ABC's sexy written reports the allegations that all three of Tesla's electric vehicle models can suddenly accelerate on their own are under investigation there over a hundred Tesla owner complains that include a hundred ten crashes in fifty two injuries and a document from the national highway traffic safety administration which is considering a formal investigation of the sudden accelerations involve about half a million Tesla vehicles including model three model S. and model X. from twenty thirteen to twenty nineteen the federal auto safety agency is already investigating three December crashes involving Tesla vehicles in which three people were killed Chuck secrets an ABC news so far there's been no comment from Tesla it is eleven twenty eight the latest on our coming snow storm in the news at eleven thirty you can restore your body's health balance and function naturally with safe effective C. B. D. I ordered see beauty for my daughter and my dad they both love what it does for them hundred percent.
"nick keller" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Three ryan kaufman dade colour with you add cadet ice arena always a full house here a kid at ice arena but his team's fuller tonight or more is it more full doesn't matter the point is there is a lot of fancier on some wearing gold but a whole lot of white in a whole lot of blue loomed over five hundred overcapacity just under three thousand twenty nine twenty one is the attendance tonight maybe the next project for air force athletics maybe getting a big video board on the outside so people can gather in the parking will allow i'll be sure to submitted to have light director jim naughton here's the shot from colorado college on the far side of the blue line it is save by christopolous air force coming back the other way in they'll just that it down into the ccm calvaruso sends that one around the boards to the near side verse each gets to it at center ice dumps the in behind the net picked up there by air force with it phil boji tries to get out to a neutral zone take it away by c c but then swiped rightback by the falcons eric yegor getting to it and now see retreats irked airforce excuse me retreats to their own end air force with it on the near side amounted to way by colorado college tigers gained their own trade bradley with it maybe it's just me but that top line for see see seems to be out there quite a bit as cc slides in their shot was blocked and goes wider than that now in the corner colorado college back with it now taken away boji boje's there boji trying to clear it out any does this one's going to slide all the way down the ice and we'll have it icing call with eight thirty wanted to go in the third that top line is out there return why wouldn't they be increase bradley meysenberg nick keller and they affected in all three of cianci's goal tonight at his specially as you come down the pinal eight and a half minutes of this where they're going to be there could be out there.
"nick keller" Discussed on WCHS
"Beautiful fall day today accu weather is calling for a mostly sunny skies high reaching seventy five more on the accu weather forecast coming up in just a few minutes a man wanted by police in connection with the woman's body found in the can are river last week is now in custody police arrested at jordan more when overnight on unrelated charges amanda ranson's body was found in the river near south charleston last week nearly fifty people held a vigil for ransom last night on the campus of west virginia state university where she earned her bachelor's degree charleston police are looking for those responsible for breaking in to more than twenty cars in south hills the west side and the east end sergeant ticon says the suspects got away with several items including two handguns your typical items were stolen that people even vehicle tom cell phones your change anything that we leave in a glovebox obea values such as a gps as them and into of those cases handguns were still the break ins happened wednesday night into thursday morning the old park place bar on charleston's west side is now the property of the city of charleston the bar was often tied a numerous criminal investigations in the city for years but as part of the settlement of credible criminal charges and the most recent bust of the bar the owner was forced to surrender its liquor license look up to the sky later today yegor airport will be showing off about ten vintage warplanes that'll fly up and down the kanawha valley ahead of geico's seventieth anniversary air show this weekend airport assistant director nick keller wanted to take off from yegor and they're going to flood down the all river tonight true and then back over cross lanes institute dunbar in charleston again the air show is free and it's tomorrow and sunday in addition to the air show a tom coming weekend at west virginia state university time for october west.
"nick keller" Discussed on WCHS
"The voice of charleston 965 fm 580 am wchs i'm chris lawrence group saturday morning everybody accu weather says she was son today on a few clouds around a high of eighty two degrees in the news strong thunderstorm friday evening thousands across west virginia without power today appalachian power working to restore about twenty one hundred outages in the state among those 500 can are county but the worst storm hit north of our region largely along the route fifty gore door from parker's red cards bergman power and potomac edison reporting more than twelve thousand outages and there with virginia service areas today the worst in would dollar word wetzel dodd ridge pleasant area arison and marion counties work to restore that power is underway an accident that evolving perte bus thursday night's four to the hospital now resulting in charges friday john courtney was charged with aggravated dui in the incident on mccorkell avenue he crashed his car our into the transit bus none of the injuries though lifethreatening police have arrested a man in charleston who had a long list of offenses that evolved sexual exploitation of minors lieutenant steve cooper chief of detectives withdrawals the blazers that got the man at the red roof can our city early friday morning after he had apparently arranged a sexual encounter with on one of our local almost guys tyler only was ended up and tell us all city and we received a tip early this morning that he was wanted out of mason county jails needed more than one hundred sexually explicit photos to monitors and mason them roam counties on his facebook page hosting claimed number strong ties to tear groups like isis and other manage to the charleston homeless community twenty one year old dalen bright well facing charges of grand larceny after an incident friday morning it yegor airport assistant airport director nick keller says brightwell was confronted the ticket area acting a radically and appear to be on drugs when he fled into secure areas yeah she was on the tarmac at some point we still try to look if you ever footage now it determine how he got out do you got inside at one aircraft they don't at lock dog so basically anybody can open a door but.
"nick keller" Discussed on WCHS
"The watches in effect until nine p m this evening a charleston man faces charges after breaking into an airplane early this morning a yegor airport 21yearold dalin bright wellbeing arraigned this afternoon eager airport assistant director nick keller says bright well managed again to secure areas that gaiger still try to look at the camera footage now determine how he got out there you got inside of one aircraft they don't have locked up so basically anybody can open the door but there is no damage or anything like that authorities believe he was under the influence of drugs at the time huffington police launching a homicide investigation after a body was found early this morning authority say the body was discovered near first street and seventh avenue they believe the man was murdered around eleven thursday night a job fares being organized for businesses the crossings malling elk view the shopping centre has been closed since the june two thousand sixteen flood which destroyed in access bridge kathy mckinley of goodwill industries of the canal valley says they added do some shuffling around at the goodwill store in view we were able to play um everyone in that tore alastair that was interested in continuing to work and to our other operations and some of them have character and tentative thom mcan of enough chosen to they attorney with a final so we're basically gonna be hiring an entire new staff about their the event will be held july nineteen the hiking trailing climbing access at zenica rocks have reopened today both have been closed following a fire in the area us forest service spokesman joshua thompson says they are still looking for who started the fire nothing has changed their the investigation is still ongoing and saying one has information we go i beer witnesses say they saw legal fireworks going off to life i near the fire site sunday best is the headliner at night five on the web he concert the band is a mix of country appalachian folk and and other music genres tonight also veterans night at hadad riverfront park the music begins that said thirty west virginia radio corporation as a sponsor of the concert series and the cincinnati reds beginning a series tonight against the arizona diamondbacks coverage of tonight's game begins at nine forty teetogreen airing tonight at seven of six with coverage of the.
"nick keller" Discussed on WTMA
"Each team with eight hits the ball game a curveball mrs inside for ball on ever dogs slugged a threerun homer so far today annette that ties snow with a seasonhigh the one one that catches the outside corner one ball into strikes in a you last time their dogs it three home runs was against greenville just a couple of days ago on june of fourth that once cut on and missed strike three and if you goes down on strikes and it is the it is ten man interro nick keller has sent down buried on them and here's second baseman max george is not allowed a hit since a double by colton welker back in the top half the third a big breaker benz in there for recalled strike owen one on max george but on that game on the fourth river dogs demolished balance vowed straight back they demolished divisionleader greenville said she ten nothing casteel a home run park hit a home run and blazer also hit a home run here's the o2 pitch now ans grounded overt alvarez it i the under hands over at keller and that'll be the second out of the inning.
"nick keller" Discussed on WCHS
"Largest large pizza is in town will hear more next hour about the medical marijuana del up for second reading in missed a hossa delegates how skittish airy committee chairman john shot asked to review the bill over the weekend the good your several on men men's for the bell along with some debate that they'll has already cleared the senate in less than a month retired call miners and their families are set to lose their healthcare benefits if legislation in congress in the past before that united nine workers of america president cecil robert says he's optimistic the minors protection out will be dealt with in the weeks ahead because of that doesn't happen i will lose their healthcare bridge and i don't believe that either party any did leadership on either side what's to see that happen to congress approved an extension on the healthcare benefits indy sandberg which pushed the deadline to april thirtieth there will be no school this thursday and friday average and clendening elementary school the day off will be to allow teachers out the school to move their equipment into portable classrooms those portable slow house clendening students displaced by the june flied the cannot county school board meets later today out four to discuss the situation karlsson attorney and former stay lawmaker me ship or is the first african american woman to serve as president of the west virginia state to our porous morning sunday to a one year term to succeed in john or mickey junior a book about yeager airport and charleston aviation goes on sam next month it or airport assistant director nick keller read the book after finding hundreds of photos dating back to the early nineteen hundred it's photographs line the book is called yeager airport in charleston aviation set to be released in a fifteen it's ten oh five here's a special message for those of you who old eli.