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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:32 min | 8 months ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For you to join us in this fight. And a parade of prominent Democratic women from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren urged voters to turn out the party's 2016 presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, who lost to President Trump in the electoral college but won the popular vote underscored the point. Joe and Camilla can win by three million votes and still lose. Take it from me. And in live remarks from Philadelphia's Museum of the American Revolution. Former President Barack Obama delivered his harshest rebuke of his successor yet Donald Trump hasn't grown into the job. Because you can't The consequences of that failure are some fear. That's what's at stake right now. Our democracy. President Trump anticipated the remarks tweeting earlier in the evening. Welcome Barack Seeyou on the field of battle. Meanwhile, as Kamala Harris stepped onto the stage and into the history books, she shared her own family story about how she was raised alongside her sister by a single mother. She raised us to be proud, strong black women, and she raised us to know and be proud of our Indian heritage. The vice presidential nominee then pivoted to tackling systemic racism painfully exemplified by the way Cove in 19 has ravaged black and brown communities. This virus It has no eyes. And yet it knows exactly how we see each other and how we treat each other. And let's be clear There is no vaccine for racism. We've got to do the work that work with Joe Biden on the virtual campaign trail resumes tomorrow after his formal acceptance speech tonight. For the PBS NewsHour. I'm Omino Vase and we turn now to our Lisa Days. Our death and you, Michelle Center. Hello to both of you, Lisa, you are in Wilmington. You spent a lot of time looking at the career of Joe Biden the trajectory of his life. Really? What are you expecting to hear? What should we be expecting to hear from him tonight? You know, Judy, Tonight's theme officially, is this America's promise, And that's an important word for Joe Buying the word promise, in fact, the two autobiographical book that he's written have that word in it. One he wrote in 2007 promises to keep the other he wrote after the death of his son, Beau, which was promised me Dad. So this idea of a loyalty keeping promises, I think is what we're going to hear from him. But we're also going to hear more about that What we've seen in his books and what sort of has sketched out his career Judy ideas of family. We know that's very important to Biden and his whole family, which he calls a family of strong personalities. Also the idea of honesty. Positive values. A positive vision for America is something the campaign is talking about for tonight and finally resilience. That's something that will see throughout Biden's kind of biographical sketch tonight, and I think we'll hear him speak about his son, Beau as well. But this is also a man Judy, who's very ambitious. You know, a lot of folks talk about him running for president back in 1988. If you look into it, Judy he filed the papers to run in the New Hampshire primary four years earlier, 1984 So he has been seriously thinking about this night for 36 years, and here is his his moment and it's in his home state. So clearly, this would be an emotional time. But this is a speech. He's been thinking about almost his entire career and really in connection with all that. Lisa, What are you hearing about? Highlights messages from the convention overall tonight. You're there in Wilmington. What do you expect to see there? Right. We'll have a Siri's of other candidates who were with opposed Vice President Biden in the primary. Pete Buddha judge someone that he's indicated he sees himself in will be one of the last speakers before we expect sort of the Biden segment begins. Also Cory Booker interesting. Judy. The program went a little long last night. Senator Booker was originally expected to speak last night. He will be speaking. Tonight. So you know, I think we hear about this idea the positive positive vision. We'll see how much they go after President Trump or not in speaking of that, Judy, we can say we have seen a few protesters here today. We've got a little bit of video earlier. Just a dozen or so they had some creative signs. Look at this one of these one of these signs saying Total malarkey, Joe again, Just a dozen or so now that group is more like 50, and you can hear them a little bit from our position. Really? No. No clashes. No problems of police. Also, though, another creative trump supporter, hired a plane and is flying around the site of this speech with a banner that reads. Joe Biden is losing it. But again, you know, this is not like other conventions where we've seen clashes air sort of intensity. I talked to some of these protestors. I talked to some Trump supporters, and right now there's a lot of certain positivity. They don't want you buying to be president. But there doesn't seem to be a lot of tension about it as they show up here when everything Judy we're expecting very soon to see cars roll into the parking lot behind me this lonely parking that we've been talking about for the driving, so we expect Vice president Biden may also come out after his speech and speak to the crowd gathered pandemic style in their cars were interesting, and I know we will want to come to you went on when all that is going on. So separately. Initially incumbent President Trump There was some news from his corner today, one of his former top advisers strategist at the White House, Steve Bannon, was arrested criminal charges against him. He's accused of fraud. Tell us more about that. That's right. Federal prosecutors in New York today indicted Steve Bannon, someone who was the former White House chief strategist as well as someone who is a senior advisor to President Trump's 2016 campaign, along with three other conservative associates. Prosecutors say that they're charged with defrauding donors they were using with prosecutors called a scheme It was called we the people build the wall and essentially with telling people Donate your money, and we're going to use 100% of this money to go and build a wall on the southern border. Of course, that was a chief goal and continues to be a chief goal of President Trump..

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Former FBI lawyer pleads guilty to altering document

AP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 8 months ago

Former FBI lawyer pleads guilty to altering document

"Former President Barack Obama will address the Democratic National Convention before vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris accepts her party's nomination. Our soccer mahogany reports. Obama will speak before Camilla Harris historic handoff from the nation's first black president to the first black woman on a major party ticket. He will speak live from Philadelphia's Museum of the American Revolution, a spot meant to convey that Obama sees the cornerstones of American democracy themselves At stake in the election. President

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

05:07 min | 9 months ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"Because you have a reasonably UN diverse leadership, making decisions about a workforce that is much more diverse, and of course that plays into this whole idea that this is why institutions are having this reckoning about a about decolonizing and about the representation within the museums. I think there would always be a tension between small numbers of leadership people in senior leadership positions that are receiving high executive salaries, making decisions that will affect larger groups of people who are the kind of bottom rung of the organization and he feel disempowered. And I think that's been a trend. In recent years, certainly in American, museums towards union organizing, and and during attention to these wealth inequality is within the organizations that are outwardly very progressive, so it's not the museums are unique in having this disparity between leadership and more precarious rolls that they have come under scrutiny, because outwardly making progressive statements as you say about being inclusive to members of the community without necessarily. Necessarily applying that that ethos to their own organizations, now one of the things that we hear a lot about in in terms of America museums predominantly is endowments, and of course when you see the scale of the damage, the mets massive endowment, the endowment something like the Philadelphia Museum, which which grew an by ten million between twenty, thousand, eighteen and twenty nineteen when you see those kind of large numbers. The. Instinct is to say okay. We're not if we are in an unprecedented crisis. Can you make unprecedented steps with in terms of accessing nosing damage? What to museum say about not using the dominance because that's. The the sort of consistent line right? Yes, the mets did make a big points when they did that kind of economic projections for the impact of the pandemic. They said that they would not. Increase the regular draw on their endowment, which represented around half of the three hundred and twenty million dollar. Annual operating budget so they weren't planning to increase that proportion, and despite the impact of the pandemic instead they were looking at. Restructuring the budget in other ways. But the argument. Is that If you increase that proportion because of this emergency, you're taking away from every. Feature Operating Budget in future years, so you'll eroding the sustainability of the organization in.

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"And maybe it's an impostor he hangs around the Philadelphia museum staff if you were rocking impersonator of course and it would all make sense and it turns out the actor David approach him he walks over to the group because he sees the mall looking out of and draws are dropping and he goes up any starts off pretty cool yes and they realize how much of this is actually his this is not an impersonation and so then Sylvester Stallone is like Hey everybody just got takes toward the situation he has everybody gather around the statue of the famous statue there and he has a group photo taken which is really nice Betty grants selfie to one of the teachers and then leave you know goes up once there was a lot of it knocks them all out on the left when he woke up and went viral now they say the kids were just totally total units I am amazed and I wasn't even there and they're not saying what but he was there not just because he's lonely in looking for attention and hangs out there every day no no no he was he's promoting he was doing some sort of video on Instagram teasing some sort of upcoming projects but they're not saying what it's gonna be something extraordinary service but yeah for me is that but you go to the Philadelphia museum steps and then Sylvester Stallone himself just happens to show up right by the statute right but that might just be the ultimate in.

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on AP News

"Dog owners who are stressed for long periods can transfer that stress under their dogs, according to study published in scientific reports. Swedish researchers say they studied nearly sixty people who own border collies or Shetland sheepdogs. They examined hair from the dog owners and their pets and looked at levels of the hormone cortisol, which is released into the bloodstream and absorbed by hair follicles in response to stress. They found human canine stress levels were in sync, and the owners are influencing the dogs rather than the other way around the scientists say everything from depression, and unemployment to excessive, physical exercise can influence the amount of cortisol found in hair. Researchers now plan to investigate whether other dog freeze will react to their owners the same way dozens of rare American flags will be on display at the museum of the American revolution. They look a little. Different than what you're used to seeing. Now they all have thirteen stars representing the thirteen original colonies, the display of thirty two different flags on loan to the Philadelphia museum, a highlight of the displays the nearly six foot one flag that features thirteen stars that roughly form the letters you and S three flags from flag maker, Serra, McFadden, otherwise known as the Betsy Ross of New York will also be on display. The reason the flags look, so different. Well, there was no official pattern for the stars until nineteen. Twelve flag makers had previously arranged the stars. However they wanted the exhibit runs through July fourteenth..

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Joe Biden kicks off campaign at Philadelphia rally

WBZ Midday News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Joe Biden kicks off campaign at Philadelphia rally

"Former vice president, Joe Biden will be holding a rally this afternoon in front of the Philadelphia museum of art, Biden is leading the pack of twenty twenty democratic presidential hopefuls in a daze after Biden, launches campaign. He courted union workers in Pittsburgh and schmooze donors in Philadelphia. And according to a new poll released this week by Quinnipiac university Biden is leading President Trump fifty three to forty two percent in the

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on AP News

"The Philadelphia museum says burns will receive the Jerry lend spirit of the American revolution award. It honors burns lifetime of work. The award was created to recognize distinguished achievement in advancing public awareness and understanding of history and of its relevance in the American experiment. The metal and twenty five thousand dollar prize will be presented at a private event at the museum. Next april. Burns is now planning an American revolution documentary film project. A Turkish court has convicted an American pastor, but AP correspondent Walter Ratliff says he's being allowed to leave the country on Friday. Turkish court convicted American pastor Andrew Brunson on terror related charges but released him from house arrest and allowed him to leave Turkey. The decision is expected to ease. Strained US Turkey relations, the court sentenced Brunson to a little more than three years in prison. But since the fifty year old evangelical pastor has already spent two years in detention, he won't serve more time. The pastor is a native of North Carolina, but has lived in Turkey for more than two decades. He's one of thousands caught up in a Turkish government crackdown following a failed 2016 coup against the Turkish government Brunson denied all the charges. I'm Walter Ratliff survey shows, a growing number of toddlers aren't getting vaccines and does AP. Correspondent Jackie Quinn reports. Federal health officials say they're concerned based on a phone survey of parents this interest for disease control and prevention is estimating a hundred thousand young. Children in America have not had one single vaccination against any of the fourteen preventable diseases that doctors warn about the new estimates. Based on a finding that one point three percent of the children. Born in twenty fifteen were completely unvaccinated that's up from nine tenths of a percent reported from an assessment of children born in twenty eleven it's suspected that. It's due in part to parents concerns about the safety and importance of vaccines. I'm Jacky Quin.

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"So here's what I found about the nineteen hundred four Olympic marathon race and a truly bad apple. And of course, reading about the Olympics reminds me of just how different the competition was back. Then like in one thousand nine hundred four Felix Carbajal ran the race in cutoff trousers and a beret for some reason. And according to Smithsonian, he saw someone eating peaches along the way and snatched one or two and ate them, but he was still hungry for fruit. So he stopped an orchard along the way and ate a bunch of apples. And then a few miles later he realized they were bad apples, and he got the stomach cramp. So he laid down took a nap. And when he woke up, he kept running is a butterfly. I thought you were telling like. Like what kind of what was still. Took a nap, but you took a nap started running again, and he finished in fourth loose and fancy shorts. Yeah, that's pretty incredible. All right. Well, here's something I hadn't heard before day comes from the New York Times and they were actually talking to this curator at the Philadelphia museum of art and discussing how artists been so many hours just trying to represent a real fruit on canvas. You know, trying to get the color and the shave just completely accurate now, partially because they are inspired by Cezanne. But what's funny is that Cezanne was a very slow painter. And as he puts it, he says that his on used artificial fruit personally because he didn't want it rotting in the time that he was trying to capture. I doubt that that's really true, but it gives you an idea slowly. That is interesting. Well, kind of like how Audubon used to paint birds by killing them and fixing the wires on branch like that. So grim, but we've got two more apple facts go. So let's get to those right after a break. Either part time, genius listeners you guys know by now that main Geshe and I are big fans of.

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on WTVN

"To coast AM. Now, here's your guest host, Connie Willis traffic. You got it tuned into like the man said coast to coast AM, Connie Willis here. Eight-man the kinks all these songs were playing tonight. When if you pick up are featured guests book when when it comes out any day now any hour now. You'll see that he asked quotes from the song. So that's what we're doing. So very interesting and coal stuff too. By the way, speaking of some more, cool stuff. Our website is a really good website. A lot of people are looking for things all the time. Where did I go where I find this? Go to coast to coast AM dot com. We have a ton of cool things people send us evidence pictures video stuff all the time as well. As our all our web guys are out there looking for interesting things as well. If you go, I don't I gotta tell you though. I don't like what I'm seeing right now. I do not like it. And I see these from time to time and there's one on there tonight. So if you go if you go to the site, you'll see what's featured and one of them. I just don't like it. I hate when I see these things, but it definitely catches your eye a bug heist includes world's deadliest spider and you'll see it right there that must be a Brown reclusives. And it was in a Philadelphia museum has lost. Almost ninety percent of his collections. It was revealed recently. And here's this little spider. I haven't read it because I don't even want to. I don't even want to look at this picture. But I wanted to tell you about it. I think it is a reclusive Brown recluse. And I know people that have almost died from that those. I mean, they've been they were sick forever. So I don't know you can look it up yourself. But on the lighter side, there's I just don't on the lighter side, there's where you can watch hundreds of dolphins race in the Monterey Bay everything. With coast to coast is it's not just all paranormal and freaky weird. It's also just extraordinary things. So make sure you check out the positive scary. The spooky and the things that will amaze you and one of the other features we have which I just think is brilliant is called in coast you missed it. Love it. Go to our website and learn more coast to coast AM dot com..

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Traffic. You got gotta tuned into like the man said coast to coast AM, Connie Willis here. Eight-man the kinks. All these songs were playing tonight. When if you pick up are featured guests book when when it comes out any day now any hour now. You'll see that he asked quotes from the song. So that's what we're doing. So very interesting and cool stuff too. By the way, speaking of some more, cool stuff. Our website is a really good website. A lot of people are looking for things all the time. Where did I go where I find this? Go to coast to coast AM dot com. We have a ton of cool things people send us evidence pictures video stuff all the time as well. As our all our web guys are out there looking for interesting things as well. If you go, I don't I gotta tell you though. I don't like what I'm seeing right now. I do not like it. And I see these from time to time and there's one on there tonight. So if you go if you go to the site, you'll see what's featured and one of them. I just don't like it. I hate when I see these things, but it definitely catches your eye above heist includes world's deadliest spider and you'll see it right there that must be a Brown reclusives. And it was in a Philadelphia museum has lost. Almost ninety percent of its collections. It was revealed recently. And here's this little spider. I haven't read it because I don't even want to. I don't even want to look at this picture. But I wanted to tell you about it. I think it is a reclusive Brown recluse. And I know people that have almost died from that those. I mean, they've been they were sick forever. So I don't know you can look it up yourself. But on a lighter side, there's I just don't. On the lighter side, there's a where you can watch hundreds of dolphins race in the Monterey Bay. Everything with coast to coast is it's not just all paranormal and freaky weird. It's also just extraordinary things. So make sure you check out the positive the scary. The spooky and the things that will amaze you and one of the other features we have which I just think is brilliant is called in coast you missed it. Love it. Go to our website and learn more coast to coast AM dot com. And not to mention the steady. I would vacuum. The carpet three times a week photo was scratching all my lawn..

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To coast AM. Now, here's your guest host, Connie Willis traffic. You got it tuned into like the man said coast to coast AM, Connie Willis here. Eight-man the kinks. All these songs were planning tonight. When you pick up are featured guests book when when it comes out any day now or any hour now. You'll see that he has quotes from the song. So that's what we're doing. So very interesting and cool stuff too. By the way, speaking of some more, cool stuff. Our website is a really good website. A lot of people are looking for things all the time. Where did I go where I find this? Go to coast to coast AM dot com. We have a ton of cool things people send us evidence pictures video stuff all the time as well. As our all our web guys are out there looking for interesting things as well. If you go, I don't I gotta tell you though. I don't like what I'm seeing right now. I do not like it. And I see these from time to time and there's one on there tonight. So if you go if you go to the site, you'll see what's featured and one of them. I just don't like it. I hate when I see these things, but that definitely catches your eye a bug heist includes world's deadliest spider and you'll see it right there that must be a Brown reclusives. And it was in a Philadelphia museum has lost. Almost ninety percent of his collections. It was revealed recently. Here's this little spider. I haven't read it because I don't even want to. I don't even want to look at this picture. But I wanted to tell you about it. I think it is a recluse Brown recluse. And I know people that have almost died from that those. I mean, they've been they were sick forever. So I don't know you can look it up yourself. But on the lighter side, there's I just don't on the lighter side, there's where you can watch hundreds of dolphins race in the Monterey Bay everything. With coast to coast is it's not just all paranormal and freaky weird. It's also just extrordinary things. So make sure you check out the positive scary. The spooky and the things that will amaze you one of the other features we have which I just think is brilliant. It's called in coast you missed it. Love it. Go to our website and learn more coast to coast AM dot com..

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This is coast to coast AM. Now, here's your guest host Connie Willis, traffic, you gotta tuned into like the man said coast to coast AM, Connie Willis, here eight-man to kinks all these songs were playing tonight. If you pick up are featured guests book when it comes out any day now any hour now. You'll see that he asked quotes from the song. So that's what we're doing. So very interesting and cool stuff too. By the way, speaking of some more, cool stuff. Our website is a really good website. A lot of people are looking for things all the time. Where did I go where I find this go to coast to coast dot com. We have a ton of cool things people send us evidence pictures video stuff all the time as well. As our all our web guys are out there looking for interesting things as well. If you I don't I gotta tell you though. I don't like what I'm seeing right now. I do not like it. And I see these from time to time and there's one on there tonight. So if you go if you go to the site, you'll see what's featured and one of them. I just don't like it. I hate when I see these things, but it definitely catches your eye a bug heist includes world's deadliest spider and you'll see it, right? There must be a Brown recluse. And it was in a Philadelphia museum has lost. Almost ninety percent of its collections. It was revealed recently. And here's this little spider. I haven't read it because I don't even want to. I don't even want to look at this picture. But I wanted to tell you about it. I think it is a reclusive Brown. Reclusives? I know people that have almost died from that those. I mean, they've been they were sick forever. So I don't know you can look it up yourself each. But on the lighter side, there's I just don't. On the lighter side, there's where you can watch hundreds of dolphins race in the Monterey Bay. Everything with coast to coast is it's not just all paranormal and freaky weird. It's also just extraordinary things. So make sure you check out the positive the scary. The spooky and the things that will amaze you and one of the other features we have which I think is brilliant. It's called in coast you missed it. Love it. Go to our website and learn more coast to coast AM dot com. And not to mention the steady. I would back in the carpet three.

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Texas begins operation to send national guard troops to the border

Best of Kilmeade & Friends

01:48 min | 3 years ago

Texas begins operation to send national guard troops to the border

"The ad council members of the texas national guard deployed to the us mexico border on friday arizona following suit next week texas is sending two hundred and fifty national guard troops to the border commanding general of the texas army national guard brigadier general tracy norris says they will be armed for self defense but she couldn't say yet if the guard will be able to search vehicles or make arrests we're working with the department of homeland security but what the requirements would be in the national guard the texas national guard deploys in support of other federal and state agencies next week she has more troops will be ordered out but the final count remains to be seen one hundred guard troops were already assisting the border patrol in texas as part of an earlier operation arizona's national guard says they plan to deploy one hundred and fifty guard troops to the border next week jessica rosenthal fox news hundreds attending the funeral of a well known palestinian journalists in gaza who was killed covering the mass protests along the israeli border yasser murtaza died today from a gunshot wounds sustained while filming on friday actors sylvester simone raising his fists under philadelphia's famous rocky statute promoting the upcoming film creed to actor so stallone surprised a crowd outside the philadelphia museum of art flexing his muscles by the famed rocky statue and the seventy two rocky steps seventy one year old will reprise his famous role as boxer rocky balboa in the latest installment of the franchise he shook hands with politicians law enforcement and fans sharing a clip on instagram captioning keep punching philly stallone won a golden globe for best supporting actor for his role in creed and was nominated for an oscar greed too is set to release in november i'm kristin goodwin fox news magnitude four point six earthquake rattling parts of.

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The first pick in the draft of your giant fan you just have to hope that he falls to you with two if the giants pass on them depending on who goes one i think they should take the running back personally i think they should take the running back instead of a quarterback the giants absolutely can look into potentially trading down if someone is desperate to get up and get one or two quarterback there's a lot of mood and shaken it could go on at the top of the draft but andrew philip owning and i both agree sake on barkley is the most talented player in the draft and has to be drafted hi i think he should go first they've done gulf for its he's got to go second if somehow he falls further than at shame on the team's at the top shame on anyone who passes unsafe one barkley in the draft as far as i'm concerned so as you and i are lockstep there but the dignity talked about in the last hour rachelle the fact that someone affleck's 29 as a matter of fact our radio station wip in philadelphia is directly across the street from fox 29 the flexibility to do is walk right across the third street and you go from the wip studios to deflect 29 studios i did not see the story and or the report on tv d was referring to that the average first date in philadelphia a guy attempting to impresses girls going to drop four hundred bucks and andrew was very much taken aback by this how can you possibly spend four hundred dollars on a first date i i got news for you pony it's probably more a pittsburgh philly thing then it is a what the hell it affiliate guys things thinking let's say you're at the philadelphia museum of art they have these very famous steps that you may have seen before in rocky movies send this past month when they had their parade their yes the world champion foldup eagles were out in front of the philadelphia art museum steps i happen to be taking in a tremendous exhibit.

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Body and all staff must undergo safety and ethics training michelle franzen abc news the big changes coming to the nation's oldest collegiate theatrical organization harvard hasty pudding theater troupe will now allow women joined the cast wbz's doug cope is here to tell us more about a duck dan josh hasty pudding has been around for some two centuries at harvard its have an allmale cast but now as actress meal a conest came to town is hasty pudding woman of a year they have announced the world is a very different place and they're taking the organization forward as a leader in women's rights and gender equality now chona's congratulated harvard women for pushing for the chinese been fighting for and they have at this and there the reason that this happen a kuna says without the change allow women well she wouldn't have come to cambridge i'm here i to hear this and they have running down in their them sentenced gouda says most of hasty pudding is women they just haven't been on stage now they will do josh the wonders always continue amaze about time thank you very much doug abc news time seven eleven ahead of the super bowl philadelphia museum is ridding itself of anything patriot related the museum of the american revolution announced yesterday it will temporarily change the name of its patriots gallery to the eagles gallery the new name will stay through the super bowl museums president says the super bowl is a fitting analogy for philadelphia because that was the birthplace of the revolt that pitted underdog colonists against the british army during the revolution now he says philly we'll be the underdog again whatever wbz news time well said serve well said time for us ahead of the acp com sports studio checked with chris pharma chris vaggi josh brewers moved to fourteen owen four in their last eighteen games with a threetwo victory last night at ottawa that's 18 straight games with at least one point the mark not accomplished since the nineteenth sixty eight sixty nine season by boston jacob russ scored the game where there for the black and gold to grasp picked up the win boston's now off until tuesday when they host anaheim at the garden patriots practice yesterday at foxboro in preparation of super bowl fifty two verses the eagles after the session some members of the team spoke with the.

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A call eight hundred eight four eight nine t two two two and dad where i spent the morning was the barns museum in philadelphia museum so you've maybe hit on a great example of a museum that more people ought to know about what this was a museum that had started out as a private collector a collection there is a a chemist named barnes who create did a a beds what's the word he created a medicine that helped infant blindness and that made him a multimillionaire and so he took that money and started collecting art and then he put it up in his own private museum in a very quirky way he didn't want to habit by type of art or by period of art instead he tried to draw connections between the different period p a paintings from all different periods and he also put in furniture any put in these interesting metal objects on the walls instead of going to this museum you'd it not only has the most renoir's in the world the most designs oh yeah it it's an incredible cold collection and buried deep for impressionism but it's really fun because you're kind of stepping into this man's brain and if you take a guided tour they'll talk to you about why he put this picasso next to this says on mexted this goal yeah painting um it's it's really fascinating place to visit i left some of those older museums that were put together by often rich men especially.

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"I just like that seamless migration aspect that you can shift stuff around and to the outside world it makes no difference fmla we've done that internally we switch databases behind graf q url nice for some parts of it producing i love everything about her thinking about my example earlier which which was i was working of the google dr api and you know finding not finding a lot of good examples having to go to blog post and things like that you could dig obviously on doesn't seem like gugel is going to implement a you know graf q well in their libraries anytime soon so who could you do that could you actually set up your own service and iran rest service in wrap all their stuff as long as he kept the proper state and uh and then created a graph q well yeah for your own client you definitely could i've seen that not for google but i have seen that for other things where people have tried to take existing ap eyes and wrap them up appropriately therapy on yet another as the i just saying this is a better way of doing it i am actually that myself one time just as like a toy the philadelphia museum of art or live and philly has an api that is just a very generic jason rest api and i was sort of annoyed that i couldn't create the way i wanted us and i was a little bit difficult so i reworded earlier there they had a hacked thon and i didn't really participate in the hack of upon part but i did the first day i sent an email to all the teams and i said hey i i essentially put a graph cool rapper around the pma api just so it's easier to work with an easier to explore and stuff like that i actually have no idea if anybody used all but it was an interesting thing for when you did want to experiment with a new pierre's up maybe if you put this wrapper on it because the expiration so easy and testing so easy in years spanish language got larger like it seems like a really good practice actually yeah.

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"I just like that seamless migration aspect that you can shift stuff around and to the outside world it makes no difference definitely we've done that internally we've switch databases behind graf q l nice for some parts of it producing must love everything about the thinking about my example earlier which which was i was working with google dr api in you know finding not finding a lot of good examples having to go to blog post and things like that if could dig sits obviously on doesn't seem like google is going to implement a you know graf q well in their libraries anytime soon so who could you do that could you actually set up your own service and iran rest service in wrap all their stuff his long as he kept the proper state and uh and then created a graph q well yeah for your own client you definitely could i've seen that not for google but i have seen that for other things where people have tried to take existing ap eyes and wrap them up appropriately i thought there apia yet i'm just saying this is a better way of doing it i am actually that myself one time just as like a toy the philadelphia museum of art or live in philly has an api that is just a very generic jason rest api and i was sort of annoyed that i couldn't create the way i wanted and it was a little bit difficult so i reworded earlier they they had a hack gone and i didn't really participate in the hack upon part but i did the first day i said he melt all the teams and i said hey i centrally pornographical rapper around the pma api just so it's easier to work with an easier to explore and stuff like that i have no idea to use the goal but it was in an interesting thing for when he did want to experiment with a new vr said put this rapper honored because the expiration so easy and testing so easy in years spanish language got larger like it seems like a really good practice actually yeah.

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"So in our next game we're going to find out what our show with sound like if it were auditioning for oliver katie can you do any accents i was gonna say can do british flying okay let's hear live here to say hello my name is katie and you know this this shows a bit dodgy how 'bout that my name is katie and i think this is a bit dodgy i like it like it very good great great evan can you do any accents now wellknown now i've been cumin maybe i should learn russian maybe do a russian accent my my every somewhere now planning some strategy all right well listen up anglophiles is time for a trivia game we call lemon tired smart and this is all about cockney rhyming slaying president john johnston 'sky what is that cut me rhyming slowing is where you replace a common word with the seemingly unrelated freeze the last word of the slaying rhymes with the word it's replacing for example the slang for the word smart is lemon tart smart rhymes with tort so i'm going to read sentences that end with the cockney rhyming slang use the contacts clues to buzz in and tell us what the phrase means in american english avenue one last game so you win this you go to the final round katie you need to win this or you'll be brown bread which is cockney rhyming slang for dead fortunately we have to change the are the hits it's worth it was totally worth it okay here we go i drank one too many pints while i sat at the near and far evan bar the bar yeah that's right in the philadelphia museum of art you'll see a still life with flowers and fruit but as rocky balboa will tell you you don't need to go inside the museum to see 72 apples and pears.

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"philadelphia museum" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"philadelphia museum" Discussed on WGTK

"Was the philadelphia art museum ramp the stairs at the philadelphia museum of the middle of the night without having a police officer look at you can i tell you something if you're rocky balboa whose white talian american and he was running up those stairs and it wasn't the middle of the day in philadelphia was in the middle of the night i do think it's fairly likely that philadelphia's finest would have some talk with him a rocky what's going on what's going on really the the the champ continues here that's true freedom of me as one of us to give free i'll have to get so if you can rest on your freedom without the rest another someplace gonna come for you to at some point you're going to be the one under attack and you're gonna white somebody who's there for you but there's going to be nobody standing here somebody i really love and respect sets me a while ago chinni the only reason why you get so angry because you're already free here a free person will begin an unfree society and sometimes i wonder what it would be like if his black and brown people we understood that we are in fact already free free people moving in an unfree space to know its resistance said nottingham acknowledge that at all to continue to fight you know in the liberation the men for a wet freedom actually is okay we what freedom actually is if you're all what he ready free what what is freedom actually at at the universe astonishing amis is not now they're a lot of people were so very badly confused what's astonishing to me is that a very professionally done well done website would want to post such gibberish on the internet thinking that someone might think it was smart let's go to your calls and to keith in los angeles keith you're on the michael medved show michael gruber here from you thank you you.

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