35 Burst results for "Northeastern"

Justice Thomas, Created Equal

The Officer Tatum Show

01:45 min | 5 d ago

Justice Thomas, Created Equal

"Know how do they find the film. How can they find a book called created equal, let them know what they got, Mark. Sure, Brandon, thanks. So creative equal to movie is on Amazon. It's on lots of different platforms it's on like Apple TV and all this stuff, but probably the best place to get Amazon. You can get the DVD on Amazon. If you go to manifold productions dot com, which is Michael tax company, they'll have the listing of all the platform it's available on. So the easiest place is how the Amazon.com, but it's a great movie. It's two hours long. It's just really powerful and tax plans. The book just came out this week and it's available on Amazon. It's in Barnes and nobles. It's all bookstores. And again, it's based on that movie, but it's from the 25 hours of interviews that Michael pack did with clarence Thomas. And it's really just an amazing insight into his life. Great stuff like remember the movie as a song smiling faces from the 70s. So Claire Thomas is smiling faces. People smile in your face and they want to do you harm. That's what he calls liberals the northeastern liberals who wanted to savage him and sort of act nice, but then from behind. And he says, he's thinking about that song when he was testifying and watching those liberals coming after him. So it's those sorts of things that are these great we've talked about big issues and kind of neat issues like that. The books that had impact on his life like invisible man by Ralph Ellison, native son, Richard Wright, the fountainhead by Ayn Rand. So it's just barbershop with the movie he loved because it reminded him of going to the barbershop with his grandfather. He talks about the barbershop down in Savannah 1955. And it's just a wonderful captures justice Thomas's life in a really good way.

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China city mayor apologizes over COVID-19 lockdown response

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

China city mayor apologizes over COVID-19 lockdown response

"A China city mayor has apologized over a COVID-19 lockdown response The mayor of a northeastern Chinese city on the North Korean border that has been under lockdown for more than 50 days has said sorry for failures amid widespread but often disguised dissatisfaction over the government's heavy handed approach to handling the pandemic It's highly unusual for a ranking Communist Party official to publicly concede errors particularly regarding the hard line zero COVID policy that's been repeatedly endorsed by top officials under president and party leader Xi Jinping I'm Charles De

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Watchdog says Afghan Taliban detaining, torturing civilians

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Watchdog says Afghan Taliban detaining, torturing civilians

"Human Rights Watch says Taliban security forces in northern Afghanistan have unlawfully detained and tortured residents accused of association with an opposition armed group The New York based watchdog says since mid may fighting has escalated in a northeastern province as anti Taliban forces their attacked Taliban units and checkpoints The Taliban have responded by deploying thousands of fighters on search operations targeting communities they allege a supporting the opposition forces the anti Taliban fighters have formed out of the remnants of Afghanistan's shattered security forces They vowed to resist the Taliban in a remote region that's defied conquerors before I'm Charles De

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 Envoy says US, allies preparing for N. Korean nuclear test

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Envoy says US, allies preparing for N. Korean nuclear test

"President Joe Biden's special envoy for North Korea says the U.S. is preparing for all contingencies in close cooperation with its South Korean and Japanese allies as it monitors a possible nuclear test by the north South Korean and U.S. intelligence officials have said they've detected North Korean efforts to prepare its northeastern testing ground for another nuclear test which would be its 7th since 2006 and the first since September 2017 when it claimed to have detonated a thermonuclear bomb to fit on its intercontinental ballistic missiles envoy sung Kim says aside from coordinating with Seoul and Tokyo over contingency planning Washington is also prepared to make

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WSJ: Baby Formula Shortage Worsens, Hitting Low-Income Families Hard

Mark Levin

01:49 min | Last month

WSJ: Baby Formula Shortage Worsens, Hitting Low-Income Families Hard

"And so all the talk about Our children and look look what's failed Now the non Harry Truman were the buck never stops at his desk Blames everything on everybody else But here's The Wall Street Journal Baby formula shortage worsens hitting low income families hardest So we're going to Brown out some blackouts shortages of electricity We're going to have shortages of gasoline and oil We're going to have food shortages generally It's coming they tell us And now new data suggests that U.S. baby formula shortage is deepening Particularly hitting states in the south and the southwest Well who cares about that right Northeastern liberals right California liberals who cares about that Nationally 23% of powdered baby formula was out of stock one quarter in the week ended May 22 compared with 21% during the previous week according to the latest figures from market research firm IRI The week first week of January and before the recall of formula produced by Abbott labs 11% of powdered baby firmly was out of stock because of pandemic related supply chain shortages and inflation How many of you have before before this time lived through a supply chain shortage None of us How in the hell can you still blame the virus for this or Putin You can't

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Live updates | Zelenskyy: Russia should pay for destruction

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Live updates | Zelenskyy: Russia should pay for destruction

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Ukraine's president says Russia should pay for the destruction it has caused In his Friday night video address president volodymyr zelensky called for Russia to be held financially responsible for the damage its forces have inflicted on Ukraine Zelensky said Russian forces fired a missile at the northeastern kharkiv region Friday and destroyed a cultural center in Los ova Zelensky said Russian missiles also hit the cities of Odessa in the south and cortaba in the east As Russia claimed to have captured Mario on Friday Associated Press cameras recorded buses faring Ukrainian fighters to a former penal colony Russia's state news agency said 2439 Ukrainian fighters who were holed up in the azov stall steel plant in mariupol have surrendered since Monday including over 500 Friday I'm Mike Gracia

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It's Election Day in Pennsylvania; Who Holds the Edge?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:34 min | Last month

It's Election Day in Pennsylvania; Who Holds the Edge?

"Morning, glory, America, don't go high candidate who you at live inside the beltway on this election day in Pennsylvania, Tuesday, may 17th, polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today in Pennsylvania. I've heard all over the state from Scranton and all the way up in the northern northeastern corner down to Philadelphia. All the way over to Pittsburgh and up to Erie, and I encourage everyone to go and vote for David McCormick for the United States Senate. I also think Lou Bart, let barletta is a much easier to elect candidate. I don't think mister mastriano can win. I know David McCormick can win. I don't think any of the other people can win if you're going to vote for Kathy. Barnett, or Doctor Oz, I think you were throwing your vote away because they can't beat John fetterman. And this election matters so much because if McCormick doesn't get the nomination, we're going to have a very hard time getting the Senate back. In Republican hands and then confirmation of Supreme Court Justices will remain in Chuck Schumer's hands. The opportunity to break the filibuster will remain in Chuck Schumer's hand. It's vitally important to elect David McCormick. The bronze star recipient graduate of West Point grew up outside of Pittsburgh. He built business in Pittsburgh, built jobs in Pittsburgh. He's a Pittsburgh. And so this goes against migraine to say nice things about a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. I mean, steelers forever with McCormick, but Dave McCormick's a great American and when you're a West Point graduate and you receive the bronze star for valor in the 82nd airborne in the first Gulf War, you can trust the character.

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Ukraine: Russians withdraw from around Kharkiv, batter east

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Ukraine: Russians withdraw from around Kharkiv, batter east

"Russian Russian Russian Russian troops troops troops troops are are are are withdrawing withdrawing withdrawing withdrawing from from from from Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's second second second second largest largest largest largest city city city city after after after after weeks weeks weeks weeks of of of of heavy heavy heavy heavy bombardment bombardment bombardment bombardment he he he he craning craning craning craning authorities authorities authorities authorities said said said said Russia Russia Russia Russia was was was was pulling pulling pulling pulling back back back back from from from from the the the the northeastern northeastern northeastern northeastern city city city city of of of of cut cut cut cut Keefe Keefe Keefe Keefe and and and and focusing focusing focusing focusing on on on on guarding guarding guarding guarding supply supply supply supply routes routes routes routes the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian ministry ministry ministry ministry continues continues continues continues however however however however to to to to launch launch launch launch strikes strikes strikes strikes in in in in the the the the eastern eastern eastern eastern Donetsk Donetsk Donetsk Donetsk region region region region in in in in order order order order to to to to try try try try to to to to weaken weaken weaken weaken Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian resistance resistance resistance resistance the the the the cranium cranium cranium cranium defense defense defense defense minister minister minister minister Alexey Alexey Alexey Alexey destiny destiny destiny destiny cope cope cope cope said said said said Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine was was was was entering entering entering entering a a a a new new new new long long long long term term term term phase phase phase phase of of of of the the the the war war war war president president president president Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir sedans sedans sedans sedans keys keys keys keys said said said said Ukrainians Ukrainians Ukrainians Ukrainians with with with with doing doing doing doing them them them them maximum maximum maximum maximum to to to to drive drive drive drive out out out out the the the the invaders invaders invaders invaders and and and and that that that that the the the the outcome outcome outcome outcome of of of of the the the the war war war war would would would would depend depend depend depend on on on on support support support support from from from from Europe Europe Europe Europe and and and and other other other other allies allies allies allies I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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NFL Releases Cleveland Browns Schedule for 2022 Season

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:46 sec | Last month

NFL Releases Cleveland Browns Schedule for 2022 Season

"I got the brown schedule last night. The browns NFL released the schedule. And there it is, we open away and we close away. Honestly, the NFL hates the browns. They've always hated the browns. I don't know why they hate Cleveland, but Roger Goodell, you know, he walked in and said, whatever we do in the schedule, the browns are gonna open away and close away. And we close at Pittsburgh. Even though they're lousy in a crummy team, we do open away in Carolina. And if we can't beat Carolina, it's gonna be a long season, but deshaun Watson probably going to be suspended. I don't know. But as a browns fan as a northeastern Ohio native is a true blue son of the land that schedules okay. But I have to complain because I am a true blue senator

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Ukraine braces for escalated attacks ahead of Russia's V-Day

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Ukraine braces for escalated attacks ahead of Russia's V-Day

"Cities cities cities cities across across across across Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine are are are are bracing bracing bracing bracing for for for for an an an an increase increase increase increase in in in in intensity intensity intensity intensity of of of of attacks attacks attacks attacks from from from from Russian Russian Russian Russian forces forces forces forces ahead ahead ahead ahead of of of of Russian Russian Russian Russian victory victory victory victory day day day day as as as as a a a a holiday holiday holiday holiday commemorating commemorating commemorating commemorating the the the the Soviet Soviet Soviet Soviet union's union's union's union's World World World World War War War War two two two two victory victory victory victory of of of of the the the the **** **** **** **** approaches approaches approaches approaches he he he he cranium cranium cranium cranium officials officials officials officials warned warned warned warned residents residents residents residents to to to to listen listen listen listen to to to to air air air air raid raid raid raid warnings warnings warnings warnings Russian Russian Russian Russian forces forces forces forces are are are are expected expected expected expected to to to to ramp ramp ramp ramp up up up up attacks attacks attacks attacks mostly mostly mostly mostly in in in in the the the the east east east east in in in in time time time time for for for for victory victory victory victory day day day day one one one one time time time time in in in in particular particular particular particular is is is is under under under under the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian military's military's military's military's radar radar radar radar the the the the southeastern southeastern southeastern southeastern port port port port city city city city of of of of Mariupol Mariupol Mariupol Mariupol is is is is still still still still experiencing experiencing experiencing experiencing heavy heavy heavy heavy Russian Russian Russian Russian attacks attacks attacks attacks as as as as Russian Russian Russian Russian troops troops troops troops attempt attempt attempt attempt to to to to finally finally finally finally capture capture capture capture the the the the loss loss loss loss to to to to cranium cranium cranium cranium pockets pockets pockets pockets of of of of resistance resistance resistance resistance at at at at the the the the apple apple apple apple style style style style still still still still plans plans plans plans with with with with the the the the minute minute minute minute she she she she analysts analysts analysts analysts said said said said declining declining declining declining counteroffensive counteroffensive counteroffensive counteroffensive was was was was advancing advancing advancing advancing around around around around the the the the northeastern northeastern northeastern northeastern city city city city of of of of khaki khaki khaki khaki eve eve eve eve while while while while the the the the Russians Russians Russians Russians made made made made minor minor minor minor gains gains gains gains in in in in Luhansk Luhansk Luhansk Luhansk an an an an area area area area where where where where Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow backed backed backed backed separatists separatists separatists separatists have have have have fought fought fought fought since since since since twenty twenty twenty twenty fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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How Russia's Attack on Ukraine Exposed Their Military Struggles

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:57 min | 2 months ago

How Russia's Attack on Ukraine Exposed Their Military Struggles

"Inability of Russia to command the air. We've grown so used to that watching in 91 with the invasion in Iraq and in 2001, the expedition to Afghanistan, 2003, the invasion of Iraq. We secured air control. What is happened here? Why haven't the Russians been able to do that and do they have it over eastern Ukraine right now as they begin their new offensive? They certainly have more control over spaces where they have control on the ground. And so yes, they have a higher degree of control in eastern Ukraine. The reason they have not established control across the entire country, I think, are threefold. One, it's a vast country. If you put a map of Ukraine on top of the northeastern United States, it runs from New York City to Chicago from Raleigh, North Carolina to the Toronto, north of Detroit. It's a huge land space and therefore a huge airspace. Second point, the Russian inability to conduct effective logistics that we saw and continue to see on the ground, no reason to believe they're much better at doing it with their air forces. So secondly, I'm going to bet on bad logistics bad maintenance. And then thirdly, and perhaps most importantly, again, the fighting spirit of the Ukrainians into welcoming hands we have placed an awful lot of capability so far kind of low level stingers up to ten, 12,000 feet, watch when those S 300s come online and if we give them additional combat aircraft are already flying their own testing, if we up our game there, don't look again for any change in the battlefield or in the air above it, Russia will continue to struggle there as well.

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Mike Gibbons Gains Ground in Ohio Republican Primary

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Mike Gibbons Gains Ground in Ohio Republican Primary

"Mike gibbons, it's you again. We're on right now in every major market in Ohio, from, of course, Cleveland and Columbus and Cincinnati, including Youngstown and Dayton and Toledo. And I even include Toledo in the Ohio market because even though they're in Michigan fans there, they're still part of the state. Where are you strongest in the state? Is it Cleveland? Is it northeastern Ohio? Just there's got to be a place where you're doing better than others. Well, the last poll we had, we are ahead in every major metropolitan area. And we're actually in the field right now. We should know something more later today. But to be honest, we were ahead in every major metropolitan area. But the race is tightened up. And we expect to tighten up. I have being attacked from every quarter and I first started this year, I said, you know, we seem to get a pretty good response when I'm out there talking to voters. How come we're not doing better in the polls? And they go, Mike, you don't want to be first to the polls. Well, now I understand why.

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China locks down city of 9 million amid new spike in cases

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

China locks down city of 9 million amid new spike in cases

"A new surge of Kobe nineteen cases as prompted a lockdown in a major Chinese city on the two year anniversary of the declaration of the pandemic China's ordered a lockdown of nine million people around the northeastern city of Chiang choon a new spike included nineteen cases is reported there about one hundred infections nonessential businesses are closed and residents are required to stay home and undergo three rounds of virus testing nationwide in China four hundred new cases have been detected I'm Jackie Quinn

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US-backed fighters chase IS gunmen near prison in Syria

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

US-backed fighters chase IS gunmen near prison in Syria

"Candace Candace Candace Candace that that that that fights fights fights fights is is is is have have have have advanced advanced advanced advanced against against against against Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic state state state state fighters fighters fighters fighters in in in in Syria's Syria's Syria's Syria's northeast northeast northeast northeast with with with with the the the the help help help help of of of of the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. led led led led coalition coalition coalition coalition at at at at Pala Pala Pala Pala intense intense intense intense clashes clashes clashes clashes with with with with Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic state state state state militants militants militants militants took took took took place place place place around around around around the the the the prison prison prison prison with with with with thousands thousands thousands thousands of of of of extremists extremists extremists extremists were were were were held held held held fighting fighting fighting fighting initially initially initially initially breakout breakout breakout breakout when when when when more more more more than than than than a a a a hundred hundred hundred hundred militants militants militants militants attacked attacked attacked attacked the the the the main main main main present present present present in in in in the the the the northeastern northeastern northeastern northeastern city city city city of of of of Passau Passau Passau Passau K. K. K. K. the the the the battle battle battle battle with with with with U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. backed backed backed backed Kurdish Kurdish Kurdish Kurdish fighters fighters fighters fighters which which which which has has has has continued continued continued continued for for for for days days days days has has has has so so so so far far far far left left left left dozens dozens dozens dozens dead dead dead dead well well well well they they they they the the the the I. I. I. I. S. S. S. S. was was was was officially officially officially officially defeated defeated defeated defeated almost almost almost almost three three three three years years years years ago ago ago ago a a a a sleeper sleeper sleeper sleeper cells cells cells cells have have have have remains remains remains remains that that that that have have have have increasingly increasingly increasingly increasingly killed killed killed killed schools schools schools schools of of of of Iraqis Iraqis Iraqis Iraqis and and and and Syrians Syrians Syrians Syrians in in in in past past past past months months months months I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Phil Kerpen Comments on NY Gov. Kathy Hochul's Latest Mask Mandate

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | 7 months ago

Phil Kerpen Comments on NY Gov. Kathy Hochul's Latest Mask Mandate

"You Phil Kathy hochul who is incredibly the selected governor of New York having people yearn for the days of Andrew Cuomo again which is quite bizarre Cavi Ho just a few hours ago issued a new mask mandate because in northeastern states that is supposed to be paragons of virtue in dealing with the coronavirus Are having a bit of a seasonal outbreak which we all predicted Phil how many times are we gonna smash our heads against the counter with these mask mandates and pretend these things are working I mean am I crazy here but I'm asking you a simple question If masks work then why aren't masks working Am I missing something No I think that that sort of high level common sense would help a lot of some of our political officials were willing to recognize error I mean I think that New York they're dealing with something now that's called winter and for whatever reason they didn't seem to anticipate that that would happen this year And look I mean we've got Dan you've seen all the studies There are million studies the masks that he's either say they do nothing or they help like 5% 10% And if you're in a big wave they might as well be zero even if it is a little bit because you're going to come into a contact at somewhere one way or another And I just think that at this point almost two years into it this idea that somehow government can impose policies that are going to prevent people from being exposed to a virus that I think it's pretty obvious everyone's going to be exposed to It's just a complete insanity that this is still going

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FBI: 2020 homicides up nearly 30%, largest 1-year jump ever

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

FBI: 2020 homicides up nearly 30%, largest 1-year jump ever

"The FBI says homicides rose sharply in the U. S. in twenty twenty nearly thirty percent over the prior year the FBI says it's the largest one year increase since they started keeping records nearly twenty one thousand six hundred people dying at the hands of others while other violent crimes increased slightly property crimes continue to fall down nearly eight percent over last year a criminologist at Northeastern University James Alan fox says with the pandemic keeping people home and the racial and political divide in the country twenty twenty should be looked at as a unique year and not necessarily part of a long term trend in increasing violence Jackie Quinn Washington

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The Pros and Cons of Soya Beans

Gastropod

01:38 min | 10 months ago

The Pros and Cons of Soya Beans

"The only time to my knowledge that i've ever eaten a soybean in soybean form is at amami those green pods you get as a starter at sushi restaurants which i love so young soybeans which is what mommy is is generally esteemed but once you actually had the mature bean and then you try to cook it. The results tend to be less than appetizing. Gen fu is a professor at emory university. Who studies the history of science technology and medicine in china. And she's the author of the other milk. She published under jetson but she goes by wendy her everyday life. So that's what we're going to call her. This episode wendy told us that the soybean was likely domesticated in what's now northeastern china. Right on the border with korea wild soybeans and then domesticated soybeans. They're not particularly high maintenance. They grow well in a lot of different regions and their beans which are in general. A good thing to and so people ate a lot of them. It isn't early crowd that is recognized and becomes part of what is known as the classical grains. so we know that soybean is not actually green but it was treated as sort of staple food similar to weet As well as rice it was a staple yes but it was only a staple out of necessity. Like wendy said. The mature soybean has some issues more so even than many of its fellow colleagues. It causes pretty intense gas innocent flatulence and even though like all means it's packed with protein. It also contains a chemical that means our bodies kant really process that protein but there is a way around the protein blocking problem and at least a little of the flatulence problem and that is to boil the crap out of mature

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Marathoner Deirdre Keane on How She Has Added More Meaning to Her Running

Ali on the Run Show

02:43 min | 10 months ago

Marathoner Deirdre Keane on How She Has Added More Meaning to Her Running

"You say i'm gonna do one marathon in memory of my dad. Check it off. The bucket list spoiler. You're now a thirty plus time marathoner. So is it because that first one wasn't as hard as you thought it would be as that why you wanted to sign up from her. What motivated you to go and go back to like race. Registration dot com. And find another one and i think a lot of people can relate to this depending how a race goes right. Sometimes we hit the wall and finished a race like never again but other times when we had a relatively good race endorphins. Kick in right. When do i sign up for another one. Oh my gosh. that was awesome. We forget mile full team to twenty two when Struggling and hated our lives. So i knew i had marathons future for. They also thought. I sleep. Good way to travel so i graduated from northeastern that may and i moved to ireland and i started running marathons in different spots in ireland. I did dial blend belfast cork. I moved back. i said okay like. Let's continue to utilize this traveling. Iran traveling iran multiple marathons across the you ask at edinburgh london paris berlin. It's a great way to see the world and it's a great way just to get releases then i don't feel more motivated when you know. There's a trip coming in with the marathon. Oh heck yeah. Run -cation if you will use that yeah yeah. I didn't make that up. I don't get credit for that your credit because you introduced the term to me. I'll take it of ega. You also shave. That's that's a great time for your first race but you've also shaved quite a bit europe. Pr ers now three. Fourteen is that right yeah premium endemic. I was doing quite well. A part of a running club in the bronze calling portland track club. And i love them. Because when you're running with a group of people especially competitive runners you had to push yourself more than you would when you're just running by yourself Unfortunately i scheduled to some permit me to join track workouts but it lets we see potential when i do joining so slowly. Shaving off in ed's and My dream is to do some three however my big thing burning is that should always add value to your lights and always take away right so at what point are trying so hard that it becomes more difficult and you feel like stressing you hour so if it happens great but it's not going to be the end all be all for me.

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"northeastern" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:49 min | 10 months ago

"northeastern" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Week for some kids in the northeastern areas that wait till after Labor Day in other parts of the country. Schools have been opened for a month. But Covid has been a problem again and some of those schools have closed again. The Wall Street Journal reports more than 1000 schools to switch back to virtual learning because of covid outbreaks in classrooms in many states. There are fights over masks for kids in schools that led to this in Arizona vouchers to let parents switch from public to private Republican governor Doug Ducey announced the program last month to give parents who don't want their kids under mask requirements, another option. Under the plan, a family of four could get almost $93,000 to put toward private school tuition. $10 million in Covid relief funds were set aside for the program, but that total, according to an education policy advisor, would have to be doubled if all of the nearly 2700 completed or partially finished applications were accepted. Governor Ducey assigned to build that band school mask mandates It takes effect. September 29th GURNAL Scott Fox News that the government is planning a third round of Covid vaccine booster shot that could start the week of September 20th for Pfizer, maybe Madonna later, and officials are looking to another country for guidance. Israel says it's agreed to brief the U. S Food and Drug Administration next week. On its findings after Israelis began receiving booster shots for Covid 19. The Biden administration had plan to start additional doses in the US this month, but the FDA is still assessing the science. More than two million people in Israel have received a third dose of Pfizer's vaccine, with officials saying the rollout has slowed a rise in severe cases in London. Simon how in Fox News on Wall Street stock.

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"northeastern" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"northeastern" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The beef cheeks that we had with the Sunset Ranch era. It was delicious. His film about indigenous cooking, titled Truly Texas Mexican will be released in March. He's got a cookbook out by the same name My dad used to make with my mother. This bottom aquatic poster but also is Additional its iconic to our culture, really the Mexican American culture of South Texas and northeastern Mexico. So it takes me back. You confined barbacoa on the menus of some serious Mexican restaurants, but the beef heads are cooked in big Kettle's on the stove top, not underground. Drano says the tradition is now being kept alive, mostly by backyard cooks. So long as there are people who are passionate about this, it will not end people in Houston and in San Antonio actually dig holes in their backyard to this day. And making this barbeque or the person because that's the way their parents and grandparents and great grandparents did It. John Burnett. NPR NEWS, Brownsville Many people in the arts worried and still do. Arts groups Enterprises, an artist will survive this year of the pandemic, with so many venue's closed But Ben Luke, the review editor and podcast, host of the Arts newspaper website, says that He's been heartened to see visual arts endure and in some respects even thrive. We reached him nails worth, England. Mr Luke. Thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me. Museums and galleries as a rule have been closed. How a visual arts survived. They're struggling. I think I think that you know, the most important thing to say about what's happened during the pandemic is it's revealed how Very precarious. The arts are.

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"northeastern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Printing lab at Northeastern University makerspace manager Patrick Connor says they're also making face shields for health care workers and first responders once the campus reopens the lap maybe making those items for the entire university community we've been in discussion to actually scale up its production of face shields for apple T. staff possibly even in other P. P. E. devices such as door openers connected and minimize the physical contact with things like door knobs and door handles on the cliffs WBZ Boston news radio president trump unveiling his executive order on social media companies this week saying they are unfair and censoring to conservatives however many constitutional experts are saying it's not going to stand in court CBS's Stephen Portnoy has more that from Washington president says he's fed up with social media companies who insists are biased against conservatives I think that's fair Twitter declassified as the term illegal aliens is a speech the executive order he signed targets the liability protection that prevents social media sites from being sued for what their users post that we feel that I could have that shield legal experts say it's not clear how the president on his own can wrote a law that's been on the books for twenty four years Mr trump says he expects the affected firms to find his moves in court Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington at three seventeen the debate continues in Washington over mail in ballots for the November general elections some arguing for them with the threat of cold the nineteen most likely being alive and well come November however the president believes voter fraud will be ramped up if that's the case at the White House the it insisted most Americans don't need to cast ballots by mail conservative community they don't have to send the balance to those communities and there's no way of checking no you have to go you have to vote the president and members of his White House staff have voted by mail Mr trump insisting states are inviting mass fraud if they let everyone do that Andy field ABC news Washington at three eighteen the department of Veterans Affairs doing their best right now to reach out to veterans during the lockdown is the concern over suicide to his growing in front and center for many vets with mental health struggles to cope with nineteen crisis has brought on new demon find a lock down did happen you know it shipped from everything he knew he couldn't do his public speaking English or French shows he is talking about her ex husband marine corporal Rory Hamel he had been through previous struggles losing a leg in Afghanistan but he overcame that became a mentor for others then in April it became difficult again he wrote my own personal hell has been reignited he took his own life it was a single gunshot one citizen Robert Wilkie is the secretary of Veterans Affairs it is the fear of continued isolation and many of these cases that makes these these problems compound themselves and calls to the VA's veterans crisis line or up ten percent Steve Futterman CBS news at three nineteen there hasn't been a meat shortage that many were predicting however the threat is still there at least forty four meatpacking workers in the U. S. have died from corona virus and another three thousand have tested positive that's according to the largest union representing me processing workers the United food and commercial workers union says thirty meat packing plants have closed at some point since March there's been an estimated forty percent drop in pork production at a twenty five percent reduction in the process Jim chrysalis CBS no light at the end of the tunnel in New York which has been the epicenter of this pandemic going online to York city will start to Rio in phase one begins the first or second week of June according to the mayor there he says up to four hundred thousand new Yorkers could start going back to work this is in the fields of construction manufactured non essential retail now the mayor says that he wants to see less than fifty percent occupancy in these businesses and social distancing and some sort of face covering our must land that is ABC's Matt Gutman reporting at three twenty as economies around the country star to re open the stark reality is there will be more cases of cold but nineteen and we are starting to see that however younger people under the age of forty are being affected the most as they head back to work no one is at zero risk from this virus I'm clear exactly why it's hitting this age group right now particularly hard leading theories are it's due to behavior either socializing or work but again it really underscores how everyone has a role to play in stopping the spread because anyone can get infected and that is A. 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C.'s Dr Jennifer Ashton Massachusetts is currently seeing a downward trend when it comes to coronavirus numbers so far the state has seen on average a seventy two percent decrease in positive test since April fifteenth in Dorchester there were protests over the death of George Floyd gathering today at the Ashmont T. station off the red line WBZ Suzanne sauce Phil was there the protesters won the four Minneapolis police officers who were fired to be indicted for murder especially the officer who was seen on video with his knee on Floyd's neck till he lie motionless and the rain Walker with Dorchester people for peace organized the event my messages to white people we got to get off our **** and dismantle systemic racism Kevin Peterson with the new democracy coalition said in justice of Minneapolis is tied to injustice in Boston we need to feel morally obligated to push for justice for those who are vulnerable in those two a week and particularly black males who hunted down in this country like animals in Dorchester Suzanne sizeable WBZ Boston news radio traffic and weather together on the way next to three.

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"northeastern" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Well never I know that thank you we're looking live with both the tunnels and the Cambridge again the rain went through earlier there's more rain coming so right now the roadway conditions are wet we had some trees down overnight when that first line went through and they're both in Carroll County affecting route ninety seven near Barcelona road and route thirty two between Eldersburg and Sykesville so the clean up is underway for both of those areas if you're out early in northeastern Harford county it's like a single vehicle accident airs on Conowingo road asked for jail road I'm Chuck could occur with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio six eighty WCBS make sure you guys are tuned to the food channel this coming weekend for they are special Chuck Whitaker does dirty limericks we're looking forward to that a seventy eight for life and there shall pops Aberdeen fifty seven degrees right now Carney fifty five downtown Baltimore fifty seven five things you should know here for today it uses of course draw a picture of the birthday I knew that finally something new besides you know wash your hands and answer all the windows but we're still offering withdrawing Franco produce if you remember that's right according to a new survey nearly three in four Americans think president trump should wear a protective mask in a related item four out of four Americans believe that the speaker Pelosi should wear a bag that might be what you're cruel and actions you should work to bags well yes we got that shot yes the weather number from now on all right why are you so good a judge ruled singer R. Kelly has been jailed during the willful crisis so it is always good news that he is taken out of circulation in South Africa side is of under eight two million year old scroll that suggest Youmans emerged years earlier than previously thought and they named it Joe Biden I thought they called it now she purred yes pretty warm weather during the spring yesterday's shooting highs over seventy in fact it was a warm weather can contributing to the social distancing yesterday in New York yeah you know the body order was enough if you will nice eight federal license Easter is this weekend past research tonight I can imagine eight days of matzah in quarantine what could go wrong with that it sounds great I think yeah because I know it's Easter because of the the CVS already has the fourth of July decorations on them.

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"northeastern" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You know for me and I can agree with and maybe most of the there's a piece in the BBC have been wanting to get to and now is as good a time as any rare white giraffes killed by poachers in Kenya two extremely rare white giraffes have been killed by poachers in northeastern Kenya conservationists Rangers had found the carcasses of the female and her calf in a village in northeastern Kenya's Garissa county a third white giraffe is still alive it's thought to be the only remaining one in the world the White appearances to a rare condition called looses which causes skin cells to have no pigmentation news of the white dress spread across the world after they were photographed in twenty seventeen the manager of the Conservancy Muhammad that minore said the two Childress were last spotted more than three months ago he said this is a very sad day for community and king is all we're the only community in the world custodians of the white giraffe his killing is a blow to the tremendous steps taken by the community to conserve rare and unique species in the wake up call for continued support to conservation efforts the poachers have not yet been identified and the motive is still unclear I believe these poachers should be executed if you're gonna deny mankind deny men current these remaining three of them in the whole world tour now killed these remaining species not to accident.

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"northeastern" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"P. USA today and Northeastern University say that we have forty one mass shootings this year in twenty nineteen the largest number in this country since they've been keeping records is that true John Lott what reporter looking at what they call mass killings which include shootings as well as other types of killing could occur with people the other thing is that they include a lot of different types of cases probably the most common are basically drug gang activity that's there and you know grow gang gang activity is obviously bad would like it not to exist but it's a different type of animal that I think most people are coming away when they hear the headlines in John not not and John not normally these kinds of of gang related shootings are not included in the mass killing numbers unless they want to right well I mean if you look at the F. B. I. definition a mass public shootings they don't include those types of cases they're trying to focus on the things that get news coverage the things that we have with us to the TV if somebody goes into a mall or grocery store you know school or something with the intent of killing people that's their goal you know the media doesn't cover the types of cases where you have to gangs fight it out in Chicago or someplace like that that doesn't get national coverage people you know it's very sad to know that they're there should us but it's not the same type of emotional thing where you have criminals going and fighting it out to see who gets to control drug her for that area John the point is that this number forty one includes these kinds of gang related killings and often the numbers don't include those those kind of gang related killings and so if you want a bigger number you include them if you want a smaller number you exclude them there are no other exactly right to look beyond that if you just take these numbers at face value twenty percent of them are from California in yet California is supposedly the at the vanguard of having the different types of gun control laws you know makes about twelve percent twelve and a half percent of the US population but they make up twenty percent of the attacks you know so you know who knows will want to read into this but it's the other thing is the headlines for the media say mass killings are up and the way a lot of people are interpreted that the total number of deaths are higher in fact this is not a record year for the total number of destitute of record for the third been collecting for the last decade or so for the cold number of a task but number of deaths have gone down let's leave it there John Lott founder president of crime prevention research center is always John Lott thank you so much for taking the time we appreciate it happy new year happy new year to you too all across America every I'm Bobbie Richards with today's one minute money report The New York Times recently reported on an unusual way Americans are making money.

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"northeastern" Discussed on Way Too Broad

Way Too Broad

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on Way Too Broad

"Being cited by Asian community for being gay MHM He was a really great one. Since Kerr Sweet it's such a lot of Another like the first one. Is this this woman him Yoko who has like the sweetest persons if God she watching know Yoko fucking runs a hospice nurse in like runs a hospice facility facility out of her own house and like gives all the rooms to her patients and sleeps on the floor. Because there's no room for bed anywhere literally sleeps on so sweet. She's nicest unlike she she is divorced. Didn't have any kids. And there's like a thing in Japan where you people forget the wording of it but it's like people will say you're like no longer a woman or something if you're you're not living up to expectations and like she started kind of treating herself like that. There's just like all these things that like you don't really and you know the the only thing it's different but also we run into kind of the similar. A lot of similar issues emotional issues in America for a lot. I think it's different ways you get there. You know what I mean. It's interesting how you end up with like the Koroma's encouraging speeches are not that different between the Japanese American hero but at the cultural avenues that arrived there are often quite different. I'm Japan's just very interesting place. There's a lot of great things about it and there's a lot of love a ways that it definitely needs work especially I think in the way that it treats women and LGBT people great that two out of the three like all three of the first three years whereas have been either women or LGBT. I don't know about the rest but yeah it's just really good and it's really great insight into a part of Japanese culture that we don't get to see a lot of in American media. Yeah even like the hugging like hutchings. Commas isn't it like with with you with Yoga spoiler but like you know they obviously come in. They're hugging everybody. And you know part of me was thinking about like Oh that's not maybe in their culture. Is that still okay doing that. But I think about that like when they're hugging the heroes in America. Like those men. Don't those people who aren't getting hugged like is that like task toxic masculinity absolutely like people. It is a very similar thing. Yeah Yeah Right. It's like Kinda like Kinda it's like. And then at the end like the yoga of so she and her friend hugged and they were like huggins. Great we should hug we should have in yes. Also it's so weird that I love. Everything is so weird. come up again in another SIP. But it's lake to not have said I love you like you know in our house where it's like. You Know Hiking Seltzer. Thanks a love you like. It's almost like a like a punctuation of earth. It's it's just so it has Lewis Muting Dixon so not at all. Well it's not. It's not unheard unheard of the I've definitely heard people have that opinion of saying I love you in America. Maybe not as intense because I I watched that Rachel in June video and so I know exactly how he described it and it did sound a little more intense and like I think it's also more widespread. Yeah and for all the terrorists has that I've watched. I've heard a lot of people. People confess their feelings for for people. And I've heard them even like I've heard them talk like once in relationship and planning on leaving the house and stuff like that the the dating show. I've never heard that stronger word for love on that show ever like they always say ski but but the But like I definitely definitely know of couples or just individuals who have that opinion that like saying I love you all the time cheapens it but I also but does not I don't I don't agree. Yeah I think I mean if you if you if you don't mean it or if you like are not considering what you're saying and you're just like you know then that's one thing but I also like a I don't you know not to be like like Morbid. But like if I'm on the phone with someone that I love and then I got off the phone with them and like got an accident or something like I would want that to be the last thing they heard it from me. You know. Yeah like at all times I I want people to know that I love right right. That's how that's how I feel about that. Yep agreed it can't it can't cheapen it because it's like would not say it is so withholding I feel like it's like I'd rather it feel so common that it feels cheap then feel like it was never said right in. WBZ Like Gosh. She just won't stop telling me that she loves me. That's so annoying like no one's GonNa no we we say it a lot Kylie is like don't you just like a nice reminder every time I don't know she goes little bits great. That's just for somebody to just like voluntarily. Charlie say that to you is just like it's just so nice to make a good. I never think like Gosh. What did they say? We're seeing some top. Sometimes when he and I have the same opinion on something spontaneously taniwha sleep or reflect say a thing at the same time accidentally will be like we're in love.

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"northeastern" Discussed on Way Too Broad

Way Too Broad

11:36 min | 2 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on Way Too Broad

"I got fed. Yeah Yeah when I got there there is a I couldn't find. I couldn't see the the parking lot behind the hotel and I didn't know that so I drove into a snowdrift in the front and it was like this later Jocelyn. Dillon helped me helped me a shovel. It out actually no way. She didn't even. It was like the neighbor. I was like sitting at the table in the lobby of the hotel waiting for the Ready for Seco- Jocelyn gave me an. I saw like David from next door shoveling my car out and I was like Oh my God. That's not what we yeah it was it was it was really when we When I was trying to get the car to move back to the parking lot we needed like a push and the rich like these random skiers combined they're like need some help and then pushed out it was? It was great flaka cross country. Skiers know people who are coming back from a day asking locals Walking back wow sounds nice. Driving part overall breakfast the next day. Oh it's really good at the places. The Band learned that it was very comfy. I had a fireplace in the room asked fireplace. That could just flip the switch. I learned the next morning during breakfast. That the it's owned by the Italian in guy who is a former royal championship level Italian skier from like northeastern Italy. And they they apparently sister lodge in Italy Italy and he also owns an Italian grocery store so they had like a bunch of pastries that imported from Italy and other other delicious stuff Breakfast is really good. There's like a lemon Italian cake or something as it was great. And that was that was from I got up seven thirty and left there by eight to go to the nearest nearest Walmart to get changed from retires for the Vail Pass because I was scared cat. Oh by the way this that name like the veil pads ask. It sounds scary right. I don't like that name I feel like I feel like that's like a dominion card curses. All of your the other play offs. Also by the way the plan originally was to meet Lucas in Denver. He was gonNA get a really early flight from Gillette Wyoming where he lives. Let's to Denver. That was gonNA arrive at like seven thirty in the morning the motel et booked was like right by the Denver Airport as a pick them up when we were GONNA go but as I'm like working on getting changed my tires. He's text me that his flight has been delayed because one of the engines won't start and they only have one planet that airport and they had like a local mechanic but then if that didn't work they're GONNA drive up from Denver And I was like well. I'm still working on getting through Vail Pass so you have plenty of time so don't worry about it I'd you can't the listener can't see this but my eyes are like sir. If the local mechanic can't get the airplanes engines like erode if he ran so I got the chains is on which are surprisingly is put on and I was like and then he got the chance on the tire and I got on the highway and and almost immediately it was like wow. This road is very clear. Do not change and you by by the way the thing ought chances you can't have them Can't drive more than like twenty miles per hour when you have Amman and also you can't. You're not supposed to drive. Unlike good roads with them really only driving snow and ice. So it's really knowing when to put them on and I was like okay. I'm going to take these off because I do not need them right now and I'm GonNa destroy my tires the rotor both so I took like them off and then as I got a little farther down the road I hit like this very snowy. Patch House okay. Now if it the part where the rest is going to be snowing at needs. What my chains on and so I holdover onto one of the areas where other people standing up to and fucking put chains on and starting to go in and then like almost instantly? The road cleared up again. That was like God damn it. My hands are so cold because I'm not good enough of this to do with gloves on subdue even bare hands on my knuckles are still fucking crack from the dry mountain area now to the day. Yeah I have been. It's actually got a little better but it is so bad so cold but anyway I took the chains off again and I was like you know what I'm not gonNA fucking put them back on unless they're like huge flashing signs telling me I need to because this really annoying and I'm going to stop trying to guess and and the road was like perfectly clear and I it honestly as annoying as this whole hold up was it worked out for the best because I got to drive through the mail pass us in the day which number one is a lot safer and number two did not hit the snow a huge snowstorm and also. It's very pretty when you don't have to like when you're not scared driving threat threat. It's actually a very pretty drive. The mountains of Colorado are very beautiful So got through the Vail Pass safely at this point. Lucas had decided decided that instead of taking this flight because they decided to drive the can't got from Denver which is like five hours away. I'm just GONNA fucking drive to Denver. I think about it. He has to drive. They have to drive him up then he takes the place and then he may or may be able to do that thanks back to Denver definitively take less time exactly so he was like I'm going to do. I'm going to park the car like near the Denver Airport because it's pretty cheap and then when I fly back I'll just I'll fly to denver drive by comb. The Gillette Airport fucking sucks and by the way did I mention the only airline there is united. It'd be a fucking airline that owns the one plane in Gillette of where like this is so funny because like the timing of this doubt that we were like our ETA to get to Denver was nearly the exact same way we did get there. I like we're meeting at like this parking lot near the airport and I pulled into an cultivators like yeah. I'm like five minutes away. It was crazy. Iran Day Lou. It it was great and then met. Here's a couple of funds. Oh I knew I did. I got it in like we met up with a couple of friends who live in Denver now and went to the Nice Nice Vegan restaurant called. What city city did they have any Foamy burgers sometimes Vegan restaurant throw for uh-huh no Denver Denver Vegan? They don't mean sometimes full made out. I've Oh anything we did see. See the first congratulations of the road trip. We saw the note not even highlight late though also at that place. I got a a Vegan Pastrami Sandwich the native like Satan. It was so good. I like mixing certain tho-those prounced. Yeah you've got a lovely lilt when you say Satan moves through syllables Thanh Satan Satan candidates. I don't know how I think Heathrow that like a he is like a dip thong like that. Extra syllable is a dip thong. But I like how you do it day Tom. We're saying in a ton of how do not say Satan Tan Tan songs to like. I don't fucking know I had the way you said you say tat say so anyway. We had a nice time in Denver. And then I was really I really really wanted to get out of Colorado that day so I was like let's drive and get to Kansas which borders Colorado by the way. Isn't that fucking weird. Yeah it's very strange. And so he drove to Western change that in like the eighties so we got to western Kansas Got Auto Colorado fucking finally alive alive and then Got Up early next day. And we're trying to Louisville which was like eleven seven hours away to a level reveal say ten and does a pretty doc washburn weekday of driving because it was Kansas. Although we did see like there was like the roads are pretty clear there like some snowy spots pretty much all of Kansas. Like looks like it had recently recently snowed but the Ra like multiple cars spun out on the highway like on the side of the road looking like they had crashed. Look like they had been there awhile. Like they'd been snowed on and just left. There's a lot of them. had like little orange flags on them which I guess we'll get this later kinda thing. I don't know it was very weird and Kansas in Kansas. If you spend your car out they just give you another one so a lot of people. Just leave them to spin their crowd on purpose to get one of those weird obscure laws. Like you can't have a camel in the road owed on Tuesday any if he's been out your car you'll get another one broker. Yeah her thumb expensive. That's why you we saw that. We got to St Louis and it started to snow again and it was very snowy and there is a winter storm warning in like okay. Fine will stop so we got stopped by weather again And next day we're trying to get to like northeastern a Eh West. Virginia Morgantown. I think was the timer trying to get to North Northern Central West Virginia whatever the lot directions direction southern part of northeastern district West Virginia. And we went to we stopped in Huntington then to get jolly pirate the home the macaroni to get jolly pirate doughnuts. Oh because they always rave about them. They were delicious there. They had both east end kick. DONUTS which is interesting. Vegans not just We brought them to Massachusetts and Kylie eight like one of them before they went bad but they were delicious. I really enjoyed enjoyed them a.

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"northeastern" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Cavaliers a Boston won its fourth straight to Toronto on Christmas day Celtics are twenty one and seven overall four games behind east leading Milwaukee the Bruins return from the Christmas break tonight against the Sabres in buffalo Boston's been idle since the seven three win over the capitals on Monday the bees have lost eight of their previous nine games but leave the Atlantic by nine points over Toronto the patriots close out the regular season Sunday at home against the dolphins New England is one its last two to improve to twelve and three and clinch the AFC east Miami is last in the division at four eleven in college basketball UMass Lowell's on the road at Loyola Maryland tonight tomorrow northeastern travels to towns in and Fairfield visits Wagner around the HL tonight Providence is on the road Springfield and Hartford skated Bridgeport sound Hartford Providence each have forty one points to share the Atlantic division lead Springfield was fifth with thirty four points and Bridgeport sound is last with twenty eight but you newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM sports update seven twenty six now here in southern New England your Friday morning hard to believe December twenty seventh just a few more days left for twenty nineteen Tony mascara in four runs Saint Pierre run is back on Monday pro Droz Patrick Anderson letting us know that all new microbreweries full you weren't islanders you're drinking less beer than they used to and wine consumption is failing at least one purchase at liquor stores I heading into the traditional.

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"northeastern" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"By Northeastern University which said that they are adding additional security patrols to three multi level parking facilities on the campus north Korean leader Kim Jong moon recently met his top military brass another party meeting looms as well as another big date on the calendar more from fox's Lucas Tomlinson from the Pentagon the next big date to watch as Kim Jong woon annual new year's day address in his twenty seventeen speech Kim said North Korea was in the final stages of launching its first intercontinental ballistic missile by the end of the year he had done it three times including one that flew twenty seven hundred miles in space putting all of the US in range he now is roughly thirty nuclear warheads in his arsenal according to intelligence estimates but North Korea still has to prove it can do the following launches solid fuel long range missile have a war had reentered earth from space in one piece launch a ballistic missile from a submarine and successfully hit a target at the Pentagon Lucas Tomlinson fox news president trump condemning the Democrats in the house over the impeachment process on Twitter you question why quote crazy Nancy Pelosi should be able to impeach him and Democrats only have a slight majority in the house he also blame Democrats for trying to run the Republican majority Senate by demanding a fair impeachment trial I was recently in P. trump for abuse of power obstruction of Congress bowtie cinema company which is set to bring a ten screen movie complex to Poughkeepsie will receive a million dollars in state aid the complex will include a restaurant in a parking lot the bow tie project will likely great about forty five permanent new jobs bring in three hundred thousand visitors to Poughkeepsie each year how did a traffic congestion will be reaching its peak today in several major cities including New York Los.

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"northeastern" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Well as northeastern grocer Wegman's delta airlines and bank of America have also joined Kroger and Walmart being calling for customers to leave guns in their cars or at home and pushing for laws to control gun violence to wal-mart's in Texas and Mississippi have been sites of recent deadly shootings the announcements have believed to gun control advocacy organizations but backlash is expected from pro gun groups Congress could act on legislation when they return from recess Monday boxes got off Scot Americans listening to Bach. the following message is brought to you by and now the lands of liberty here is how incredible seventy five years ago helpful warned Americans about the new kind of oppression from our own government he said the government covers the service of society with a network of small complicated rules through which the most original minds and the most energetic characters cannot penetrate the will of man is not shattered but softened and guided men are seldom forced by its act but they're constantly we spring from acting such a power does not cure nice but it compresses extinguishes since you provide the people and kill the nation is reduced to nothing better than a flock of him and animals of which the government is a shepherd we must look through the lens of liberty and take back their freedom before it's too late for more information about the lens of liberty dot org that's lands of liberty dot org. it's got to be friends with.

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"northeastern" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:20 min | 3 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Of a chance with a northeastern liberal like Joe Biden stand in the south better than anybody else maybe you don't know my state my State was a slave state my state is a border state my state is the eighth largest black population in the country. yeah the first you know articulate clean main street map forget American man this is a story book okay he's losing it what was amazing as we look at pride and by the way a hundred nine four one Shawn if you want to be a part of the program I don't look at all this and I'm thinking wow does are creepy crazy sleepy creepy crazy uncle Joe does he really understand how much trouble he is in I mean all these reports out today first his wife Jill is urging Democrats to hold their nose and vote for a husband how is that a campaign slogan I I'd literally if I might think Joe Biden came up with what should probably be your husband's campaign slogan hold your nose and vote for creepy you know sleepy crazy uncle Joe maybe we get bumper stickers that say as much but you know the campaign buttons for for the you know next two hundred person Biden rally both from my husband I know is a loose cannon loser and has the worst track record of anybody in Congress but he's our only chance to be trump even Axelrod is saying. now you can hide them either can cut it or you can't that's probably the best that you got the story now that is come out The New York Times that Biden promised Obama that he'd never run in twenty twenty quot because he'd be too old and Biden went so far as the pledges on dying loyalty to a bomb I insisted that after two failed presidential campaigns he'd given up on trying to be president and he also told the bomber aids that Barack what would never have to worry about him positioning himself and Joe Biden of course to voters you may have to swallow a little bit with my husband so we can be trump I mean what kind of slogan is this it is is wife knows he doesn't have a fast ball a curve ball it is even a non knuckle ball is nothing I will corn Poland's Biden in and mayor Pete please tell me mayor Pete's not going to be the nominee he can't even run south bend Indiana I guess is that is that where you're stuck with Elizabeth Warren she did get a a fairly good crowd bout we're told twelve thousand people according to the Washington examiner town hall and a rally on Sunday I think this was up in New Hampshire so that's pretty interestingly somebody got some crowd it's not a Donald Trump crowd I'll tell you that and Obama once said I don't know if you remember those how many times is is Biden gonna say something stupid I was as all presidents saying that about him anyway but then the bigger picture is well we've got to other issues with bite number one is failed record the economic record of Biden and Obama I won't regurgitate by statistics then we got the Iranian deal dropping a hundred and fifty billion in cash and other currencies on the tarmac and and for the mullahs of Iran then you've got this whole issue of Peter Schweitzer I know this came up a little riff that went on between fox news Steve Hilton and Brett Hume and but he has problems with you know those sensitive tech issues with China and it's all chronicled in Peter's why. it sure is book who joins us now it's always great that Peter back is the author of secret empires and how are you my friend I'm doing great Sean how are you I want you to explain to particular issues Jon Solomon is hit this Ukraine issue really hard you hit the China issue really hard combined it shows a family that has a rich that self while he was vice president and taking advantage of that position to the point where he was willing to withhold American monies in aid to Ukraine unless they fired the guy that was investigating his own son yeah that's exactly right Sean you know Joe Biden becomes vice president in two thousand eight to president Barack Obama and he's got his son hunter Biden who really has professional background is basically you work for a credit card company and then he was a lobbyist for online gambling companies what he did was he set up a private equity firm instead on now in the investment business and so on this guy with no background in China no background in Ukraine really no background in private equity lands these massive deals overseas Wallace fathers vice president one of them is with Ukraine you talked about his father is the point person for Obama administration policy towards Ukraine which means he's steering about one point eight billion dollars of US aid if Joe Biden says you don't get the aid they don't get the aid and low and behold Ukrainian corrupt old guard says you know what we're gonna put the vice president's son on the payroll and so they put him on the payroll of the natural gas company so let's add to the list hundred background at hunter Biden has a background in energy policy either puts him on the payroll and paydays hunter Biden the son of the sitting vice president eighty three thousand dollars a month basically to do nothing our and as this car to Spain Joe Biden's son is under Ukrainian investigation Joe Biden the vice. the president told the Ukrainians if you do not follow the prosecutor who's looking into this Salazar who hired my son I'm going to withdraw it in with a billion dollars worth of data there's actually an audio tape of him saying that I got the audio tape right here we are prepared when Peter Schweitzer shows up now the president the vice president is in Ukraine his son is under investigation the president is supposed to turn over a billion dollars in aid to Ukraine and he uses taxpayer dollars your money as leverage to get the prosecutor investigating his son honneur off the casing get and it blew early demanding gets fired and then later he brags about it possible marketing pro.

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"northeastern" Discussed on KTOK

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on KTOK

"Central Oklahoma, northeastern Cleveland county in central Oklahoma until funding forty five PM central delay time. Twenty seven PM central time, a severe thunderstorm was located over northeastern Oklahoma City Nkhoma parts moving southeast at forty five miles an hour. Expected hazards include sixty miles an hour. Wind gusts. This is a radar indicated. Following expected expects damage to roofs, siding entries. Locations include eastern, Oklahoma City, northeastern Norman midwest city jaw. Mr jones. Stanley Draper leak Tinker Air Force base in northwestern week Thunderbird for your. Interior room on the lowest floor of a building. So the showers are starting to move through. And some of them are heavier than others. The no question about it. It's starting to cool things down. But once they're out of here, and they will be in the next thirty five forty minutes as the sun goes down. Things will start to cool down, and we'll be left with the nice nice weather actually for the rest of the night tonight. So couple more showers to get through nothing terribly serious. But it will make driving a bid of a challenge which will get to just a minute on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. So once again, the redacted report that was released today with the. Anticipation of the Democrats thinking, something earth shattering would be revealed was not and conclusively.

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"northeastern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Northeastern Syria coalition forces are waiting for civilians to flee before making a final push against ISIS. There's no hurry to go. After this group and finish it off in a bombing campaign. That would also yield lots of casualties more on the fight for the last of ISIS territory. Plus, the government's February jobs report came in far below expectations. And is the federal government monitoring citizens who are rallying for chain. We'll try to get some answers on that after news headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine herbs. The democratic majority in the US house is backing an extensive Bill would change campaign finance laws and overhauled way Americans vote, but as NPR's miles parks report Republicans have made it clear the Bill has no future. Once it reaches. The GOP led Senate Democrats want election accessibility and weeding out corruption to be key components majority agenda the next two years. The Bill would have required automatic voter registration and instituted independent redistricting commissions as a way to end partisan gerrymandering, the Bill also would have required presidential and vice presidential candidates to disclose their tax returns. Republicans. However, see the Bill funnels taxpayer dollars into the pockets politicians. They were also frustrated at the lack of input they had in drafting the legislation. The Bill is not likely to become law. However, Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, despises it. And he's made it clear. He does not plan on advancing it to a vote in the Senate. Miles parks. NPR news the capitol more trouble in Venezuela. As much of the country remains plunged in darkness due to a massive power outage. Though. Some power has been restored. NPR's Philip breeze reports from Caracas Venezuela. Embattled President Nicolas Maduro has ordered schools shops and government services. Shut until all electronically is restored. This massive power outages raising tensions at a time that Venezuela's already immersed in a political crisis. The government of nNcholas Medeiros shut schools today after the blackout continued all night across most of the country, including the capital a lot of shops and businesses are closed. Many people are staying home reports say the outage was due to a breakdown at the country's main hydro-electric plants the collapse of the economy here is causing the infrastructure to crumble and many utilities workers have left the country for a lot of Venezuelans the blame lies with Medeiros government in Caracas people went to the streets and banged pots. And. Pans to express that anger for the breeze. NPR news Caracas. The us economy added far fewer jobs last month than economists had predicted twenty thousand jobs were added in February. It's the fewest in nearly a year and a half. Diane Swonk chief economist at grant Thornton says, mother nature may have played a role. We are seeing slow economic growth. The first quarter is particularly ugly special factors in there. We had a polar vortex cold weather lost under construction jobs due to that. We also had some teachers strikes and get the government shutdown which distorted the data from month to month. The Labor Department says the unemployment rate fell to three point eight percent that's down from four percent in the past three months. Job gains have averaged one hundred eighty six thousand a month all street lower by the closing bell. The Dow down twenty two points ten to twenty five thousand four hundred fifty the NASDAQ down thirteen points to end at seventy four eighty s and p five hundred down five points. You're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm david. I a former top Long Island official has been convicted at his federal corruption. Retrial former Republican Nassau County executive Edward men Gano and his wife were found guilty of helping businessmen horrendous sing obtained loans in exchange for lavish gifts the main Gano said that favors including one hundred thousand dollar a year no show job or because of their personal ties with the restaurant tour. Newsday reports they plan to appeal. The man knows first trial ended in a mistrial. Last may many data owners are speaking out against selling marijuana in their stores, if the drug becomes legal in New York, David Diaz from Los amigos food deli said at a press conference for the association.

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"northeastern" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Out of northeastern. That made it six three Pittsburgh as they hang on to win at six five as for the Saint Louis blues they won their tenth and a row blanking. The wild. Minnesota four nothing now to golf at the Genesis open in LA with winds gusting over thirty miles an hour on the back nine for the leaders j b Holmes is now in front at fourteen underplaying the fifteen poll see woo Kim in the clubhouse at twelve under after shooting a five under round he's tied with Rory mcilroy. And Justin Thomas Thomas came in with the lead. He's now five over on his round Tiger Woods fell all the way back to six under the NFL, Colin kaepernick's, lawyer predicts his client will land with an NFL team soon, citing the Carolina Panthers and the New England Patriots as possible adding spots and more af action today Orlando was beaten San Antonio thirty-seven twenty nine and coming up in an hour from now the Atlanta legends take on the San Diego fleet. Baseball news. Mike moussaka says reportedly returning to the brewers on a one year nine. Million dollar deal and John Heyman reporting. Talks intensifying between the Phillies and free agent Bryce Harper nothing done yet. But it's expected to be a long term deal. The Daytona five hundred in the third and final stage now with two laps to go. There's been to multi car wrecks in the last ten laps including Ryan Blaney who was in front after the second stage. All drivers. Okay. I'm Darwin's DA here. Tomorrow morning to lions prime time, the DA show ninety stirred six Pacific. Sean Pendergast show is on the air coast to coast on CBS sports radio. Here's your host, Sean tender gashed. We're coming to you live. From the rocket mortgage by.

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"northeastern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:14 min | 3 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Director of northeastern university's center for the future of higher education and talent strategy educational credentials have actually increased in value, although employers are moving quickly toward technology driven hiring and looking beyond educational credentials in some cases, towards certificates micro degrees and other new products that I read institutions offer at the Massachusetts Institute of technology. That's exactly what's happening in the growing field of fiber optics here with the story is Kirk CARA. Pezzo managing editor of our partner. W G B H is higher education desk. Kirk welcome back to the show. Good to be here. All right. So I. Question integrated photonics, are you trying to give me a headache? What is that? I'm not a physicist. Okay. I just play one on the radio with me here. But integrated photonics installs light technology on tiny chips and one physicists explained. It to me this way in our bandwidth crazy society, data centers need, more and more power to run. So photonics moves this information much faster inefficiently than electronics because it generates much less heat. So this technology is already in everything that we use from our cell phone networks to barcodes sensors, but we don't have enough workers to create and support the technology. Why do we need more workers to create this? And what is MIT trying to do to fill that gap? Right. So MIT is stepping into trained technicians in this emerging advanced manufacturing field, integrated photonics, the Obama administration invested a lot of money into this. The administration gave MIT and fourteen other institutions across the country. A lot of money to develop new. New technologies and then filled the little known industries workforce. So right now MIT has been working with community college students, helping them get internships and trying to simultaneously. Developed the technology and then train people how to use it. And the problem is that the technology is moving so quickly, the workforce can't keep up Massachusetts sees this as a huge problem. We have a shortage of about fifty thousand technicians just here in our small state, and what kinds of opportunities. I mean, I know, you know, young people are probably thinking about jobs, you know, where could people go with this this type of career in my reporting feature the student Gerald he's originally from San Antonio, Texas. He moved up here with this family a few years ago because he wanted to go to college you came up here with his wife and three kids. He's thirty two years old, and he went to Springfield technical community college, just hoping to get a college education got a general the associate's degree, and then one of his advisors that hey, you know, there's this field photonics, you might want to get a certificate in this because the workforce is demanding it, so he took some math classes, and he signed up and he landed an internship through this MIT program at Lincoln laboratory in Lexington. It was just before graduation. I took a couple of math courses, and they're all right next thing. I know I'm spicing optical, fiber and doing all of these kind of advanced techniques I hadn't really had anything lined up yet. So I thought well, I'm a little older a little past my prime rib three kids the internship. I can probably wing this three years at a community college making what I make. I mean Clinton aspirin. I could ask for more. But I mean, I I'm perfectly happy. He sounds like he's doing great. Is that a typical experience? It seems like there's such there's such a demand for this field that these students are finding themselves these technology companies and they're immediately useful on day one. He's getting paid thirty bucks an hour, and before that he's working as a social worker and struggling to pay for his family. So I think this is one of those fields where the demand is. So high companies are just desperate for talent. I spoke with professor anew Agarwal. She's a research scientists at the photonics lab over at MIT. And she told me she talks to technology. Companies across the country, and they're desperate for talent. There is a demand for photonics jobs, and it is moving quickey. Several people said that they go to auto mechanics shops to find people who actually work with the hands, and who have a sense for numbers and tools and stuff like that. They go to bike repair shops, some people go to Dunkin donuts and look for people who are very smart and very quick at their jobs, and they try to retrain them for jobs as technicians in the lab and in order to meet this growing demand next year MIT is planning to offer its own certificates and expand its training program to four year schools, including stone hill, college and Bridgewater state university here in southeastern Massachusetts. It's still unclear how much those schools will charge for the certificate. But they're definitely responding to workforce demands. And we're seeing this here in here in Boston. We have about eighty colleges within a twenty five mile radius, and they're all competing. For the same number of students. And I think this is an example where we're seeing this ecosystem kind of work together and realized that it can collaborate and work to form these partnerships and really work together. And I think more and more employers are looking at skills based hiring survey out of Northeastern University that found in this tight job market, college credentials, and college degrees are still the gold standard. But more and more employers are depending on skills based hiring. They wanna know what graduates can do what they can actually do do not just beyond what the what the degree says. Right. Right. Are where they went right? So employers are looking beyond credentials. They they're looking at these certificates what higher education calls micro degrees. And I think state governments are also looking at this problem looking at data using labor data to inform what colleges should teach. Well, and you also mentioned that people going into places like Dunkin donuts to try and find people is there an opportunity here. Kirk for students who maybe. Low income students are non traditional students to also take advantage of these degrees. Definitely I think these are jobs where you know, if you're motivated, and if you're if you want to work with your hands, this is an opportunity to do that kind of work and get paid much more than what you're working in in a low income job. That scene of someone of these employers going into Dunkin donuts and finding motivated workers. I think captures what's going on in our our Konami right now where there's this mismatch between what students are learning and what our systems providing and what the workforce is demanding right now, it also seems like something one could pick up later in life. You don't have to just be an undergrad. Right. Definitely. Yeah. I mean, forty percent of all college students now are twenty five years or older. And our media think if you if you watch television or listen to the radio, you would think your average college student is eighteen years old, and that's just not the case anymore. Most students need to go back. Most workers need to go back and get retrained to keep up with our workforce in the technology as a as a changes so quickly her carapace says managing editor of our partner. W G B H is higher education her thanks so much. Thanks tenzin. The takeaway is supported by indeed with indeed employers can post a job in minutes set up screener.

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"northeastern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"northeastern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sunshine in Boston and a chilly twenty four degrees. Good morning. I'm Deb Lawler. Our top story now it's making headlines around the world. The US begins to pull his troops out of Syria. We have one against ISIS. We've beaten them. They're all coming back. Coming back now a few weeks ago. President Trump issuing the edict a US official says if process of our deliberate withdrawal from Syria is underway this morning. Here's CBS's Cami McCormick. The US military is not commenting on timelines or troop movements. But says American troops have started the process of withdrawing from Syria, a human rights group says the withdrawal began last night when a convoy of about ten armored vehicles and some trucks were seen leaving northeastern Syria for Iraq secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is touring the Middle East reassuring allies about the pull out. Russia this morning quick to react at a Moscow Russia's foreign ministry, saying the Americans are not serious about withdrawing a spokeswoman telling reporters. In fact, it appears to Moscow the US is looking for a reason to stay earlier this morning WBZ's. Jeff Brown spoke with former army major and CBS news military analyst, Mike lions to get his reaction. I'm surprised that. This is started. We saw John Bolton in the Middle East last week talked to the Turks and say that we would likely do this under different conditions, and it was gonna take more time. But like the president wants troops out in the rotation and Romy Lian Syria, and the northeastern part of the of the the country tells me that it's the Turks are gonna take control of that region along the Syrian Turkish border, lots Astor, so the president wants troops out of there. And this this process is gonna start. It'll it'll likely take months what if anything do you? You think has changed in the US strategy here. I don't know if anything's changed other than the president physically wants troops out and can make the claim that was one of his campaign promises. And from a military perspective. If we had to go back, we have troops deployed inside of Iraq as well as Kuwait and also use the strategic asset. So we can come back in mission there with the fight ISIS, and the president thinks that that's been accomplished and been defeated ISIS can easily rearm and reset itself. But from the president's perspective he wants troops out of there. We'll keep you posted on the Syria withdrawal throughout the day here on WBZ radio and always on the iheartradio app. It could be the biggest highway.

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