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01:58 min | Last month

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"November and shopping sprees for kids at Christmas. Anybody from Brockton already Miller, you kind of stick together, but I just want to keep doing whatever I can. Chris Farmer WBZ Boston's news radio 9 19 Sunshine 35 in Boston, and while old man winter seems to be giving us a hall pass so far this year. The rest of the world, much of it experiencing some wild weather these days. How about this? In Japan Ocean effect, Snow continues to pummel parts of that country, with some 11 ft of snow. Which has in the process trapped hundreds of drivers on the island of Han Shu. And America. Not to be outdone in the Pacific Northwest, a weather phenomenon called an atmospheric river. First time I've heard that. Nonetheless, forecasters say it is a Category five Atmospheric River. Threatens to dump at least 10 inches of rain on portions of the Pacific Northwest and several feet of snow expected in the mountains. Hollywood is about to hit Provincetown. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us the hit series American Horror story begins filming next month. All we know about the 10th season so far is that it will involve sharp teeth, based on an image posted by one of the show's producers Province town selectman have granted permission for 20th Century Fox to shoot in 19 different locations, including the Pilgrim Monument, Commercial Street race Point and Parts of Route six Selectwoman Lease, King says her only concern is that crowd control measures being play. Which would fully enforce current covert 19 regulations. A big question mark everyone has and that I've seen questions about on social media. Whether or not it's a good idea, considering we're in middle of the pandemic 20th century, Fox says that crew and cast will be required to be called It tested three times a week. Kevin Tommy Clough WBZ Boston's news radio, 9 20, You know we're watching you on the roadways all the time. Is it possible the WBC can watch you in your home? No, it's not possible. But what we do know is that.

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"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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05:30 min | Last month

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Partisan divisions. We should use this time to help the small business owners. Across the country. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. And now to Washington, where we are joined Live by Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark, Representative Clark is in the newly created position of assistant speaker of the house and she joins us now live. So the question today is your thoughts heading into This historic vote today. But Jeff it is good to be with you. And today as we prepare to impeach the president, our thoughts are on protecting our constitution. I believe our democracy hangs in the balance after the brutal attacks on our capital that we saw just a week ago. So we have called for the president to resign. We have called for the vice president to invoke the 25th amendment. And today because none of those things have happened. We will move to impeach the president to protect our country and the security of the American people from a dangerous and unhinged man. We are hearing that New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez says as the capital came under attack last week she feared for her life. It was one week ago today take us back to that day and your experience Yeah. I I was walking down Independence Avenue heading towards the capital, and I will never forget that sight. The roar of the crowd the smell of smoke and tear graphs hanging over. Uh, hanging in the air, but it was the site of the Confederate flags being waved Trump flags being waved from the Capitol steps. And just the roar of the crowd. This was no protest. I have seen dozens of protests in front of the Capitol. This was a mob. This was people who were looking to do grave injury, uh to the people within and to our democracy. And to see the images of the Confederate flag within our capital, the gallows and the noose that were erected on the Capitol grounds they are beyond chilling. And we must do everything we can to hold this president accountable for his direct role and inciting this violence and inciting people to turn against our democracy. And, uh so today we're gonna act and I am grateful that we are having Republicans who know the right thing is to impeach this president. And put down this marker and history that he will be held accountable. Congresswoman Katherine Clark from Massachusetts. Thank you for joining us on WBZ news radio this morning. It is 7 49 sunshine here in the city 32 Right now we'll get to the low forties. Later on today, a town hall offices shut down. Officials in Troy, New Hampshire, have received death threats. After the town's police chief attended a protest leading up to last week's attack on the U. S Capitol as well. Scary times. Indeed, 7 50. Now a Brockton man is giving back to his community one step at a time. We get this story from WBC's Kriss farm. It's a story about giving and a nonprofit started by a confessed sneaker head had always been a big part of me always felt like going back to school. Some kids don't have capability to catch me plenty. People wear sneakers in the closet. I don't wear him and figured they could benefit kids. That community George on Cruise delivered 75 pairs of kicks that 1st August to underprivileged students in Brockton. The next year, he added backpacks and school supplies four years later, when Covitz truck he was compelled to do more. Figured it was time that really pushed, you know, I'm gonna Feed our families and the community. So they give back added. Everybody eats and sneakers and backpacks became family dinners, full meals for Thanksgiving in November and shopping sprees for kids at Christmas. Anybody from Brockton already Miller, you kind of stick together, but I just want to keep doing whatever I can. Chris Farmer WBZ Boston's news radio in Hollywood, he is about to hit Provincetown. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us to hit series American horror story. Begins filming next month. All we know about the 10th season so far is that it will involve sharp teeth, based on an image posted by one of the show's producers Province town selectman have granted permission for 20th Century Fox to shoot in 19 different locations, including the Pilgrim Monument, Commercial Street race Point and Parts of Route six. Selectwoman Lease, King says her only concern is that crowd control measures be in place, which would fully enforce current covert 19 regulations. Big question Mark. Everyone has That I've seen questions about on social media of whether or not it's a good idea, considering we're in middle of the pendant 20th century. Fox says that crew and cast will be required to be called It tested three times a week. Kevin Tommy Clough WBZ Boston's news radio, But do you have the story? I've been doing traffic for 23 years. I have yet to see this, but we have been over Hi truck over on soldiers filled road. This truck driver actually turned their truck around. It is.

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"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | Last month

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of people between the ages of 24 97. And they looked at this sample for more than a decade long span 6 19 clearing skies 32 degrees here in Boston are calm, winter continues. Here in greater Boston. And really throughout much of the Northeast, however, a world away it's experiencing some or wild weather. How about this ocean effect? Snow continues to bury parts of Japan. Under 11. Ft of snow. Are you kidding me? Trapping? I wouldn't kid you trapping hundreds of drivers, especially on the island of haunt you. And in the Pacific Northwest, a weather phenomenon called an atmospheric river. Really sure what that is. But forecasters say it's a Category five Atmospheric river. It threatens to dump it least 10 inches of rain and portions of the Pacific Northwest and several feet of snow. In the mountains. Hollywood has come calling to Provincetown. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us to hit series American horror story begins filming next month. All we know about the 10th season so far is that it will involve sharp teeth, based on an image posted by one of the show's producers Province town selectman have granted permission for 20th Century Fox to shoot in 19 different locations, including the Pilgrim Monument, Commercial Street Race Point and parts of Route Six. Selectwoman least, King says her only concern is that crowd couldn't Troll measures be in place, which would fully enforce current covert 19 regulations. A big question mark everyone has and that I've seen questions about on social media of whether or not it's a good idea, considering we're in middle of the pandemic 20th century Fox says that crew and cast will be required to be covert tested three times a week. Kevin Tonic, left WBZ Boston's news radio. It's a well known fact that WBC news radio watches you on the roadways Every day we checked traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. Is it possible where one Can you in your home? No, Not exactly. But we do know that while you've been working at home, day after day off in your biggest accomplishment is simply getting dressed. Or maybe not. Others can't be bothered to change clothes at all. WBC's match hearer with the story of a woman on a mission. It's hard enough to wear the same outfit two days in a row. But how about 100? Sarah Robin's Cole did it found that the challenge was actually really easy to do. And in particular, the pandemic 100 Day dress challenge was started by clothing brand wool, and and there's a.

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"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:34 min | Last month

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Border. Up. In Maine, a developer got to work on Johnson Mountain Township rather in Johnson, Mountain Township, Clearing roads and God and Cruise as a billion dollar Green energy project took its first steps this week. Clean energy connect Project from the owners of Central Maine power are promising with this to deliver hydropower from north of the border down here to Massachusetts. This highly controversial project, though, is expected to start construction again in full a soon as next week. And a little bit of Hollywood is off to the Cape next month. Provincetown Okaying filming in February and March for FX is American horror Story We hear from WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe. All we know about the 10th season so far is that it will involve sharp teeth, based on an image posted by one of the show's producers Province Town selectman have granted permission for 20th Century Fox to shoot in 19 different locations, including the Pilgrim Monument, Commercial Street Race Point and Parts of Route Six. Selectwoman Lease, King says her only concern That crowd control measures be in place, which would fully enforce current covert 19 regulations. A big question mark everyone has and that I've seen questions about on social media of whether or not it's a good idea, considering we're in middle of the pandemic 20th century, Fox says that crew and cast will be required to be colder. Tested three times a week. Kevin Tonic, left WBZ Boston's news radio 7 26, Maybe you're really into spicy food. WBC's match here. Reports to local eateries are teaming up to try to put you to the test healthy. Roth owns Exhibit A brewing company in Framingham. We were trying to find ways to stay engaged with our customers and have some fun while doing it. So they joined forces with broad Oh brewhouse and brighten tow Launch Virtual Hell night, Participants pick up a take out box filled with 60 years of increasingly hot buffalo wings, and everyone goes through the pain together on zoom. Level one is pretty mild, but six is brutal. Feels like the area. This licked hot stove or something, but that's not even the worst. According to broad, Oh owner Jonathan Gilman. I think the hardest is the fifth sauce, knowing that I have one more to go. That's going to be even hotter. We both admit that maybe beer is in the best chaser for hot wings, but the slight head buzz does help. Rationalized your mistakes. All right. I have a level four here. Let's see. That's your hope. Thirties WBZ Boston Soo's radio. Oh, my gosh. All right, 7 27 lots of debate right now. In Washington House lawmakers debating whether they want The vice president and the Cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment will have the latest coming up in a special report topping our news at 7 30. Exciting new things are about to happen. What.

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"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | Last month

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Beverly's had 39 It is 38 degrees in Lawrence 38 degrees in Boston to 5 25 Check that right 5 25. We got New England business now as there's no change in confidence among Massachusetts businesses during December. Theus Associated Industries of Massachusetts Business Confidence Index remain unchanged during the month. The reading of 49.3 of the index Nearly 13 points lower than it was in December of 2019. But it is more than 10 points higher that it's low point last April. The index, which is calculated on a 100 point scale is just below the 50 point. Mark 50 is considered neutral. Bit of Hollywood headed to Provincetown last next month. The town okaying the filming In February and March for the American Horror story anthology. All we know about the 10th season so far is that it will involve sharp teeth, based on an image posted by one of the show's producers Province town selectman have granted permission for 20th Century Fox to shoot in 19 different locations, including the Pilgrim Monument, Commercial Street Race Point and Parts of Route six Selectwoman Lease. King says her only concern is that crowd control measures be in place, which would fully enforce current covert 19 regulations. The question mark. Everyone has and that I've seen questions about on social media of whether or not it's a good idea, considering we're in middle of the pandemic 20th century. Fox says that crew and cast will be required to be called It tested three times a week. Kevin Tonic left WBZ Boston's news radio. We had gains across the board on Wall Street today, not much for the S and P 500, but a game nonetheless up about two points. As that game 36 of the Dow was up 60 points way made us a insurance for veterans like Liz and Mike, an Army family who's always at the ready. Someone listens. Ultrasound showed twins hold on two babies. They didn't.

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"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | Last month

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Way were cheated. Investigators say. Aaron must off ski gave that video interview to the New York Post and gave himself away. Wearing a fur coat, missing one sleeve and carrying a stick mustache ski stood out inside the Capitol, an affidavit says. He's also wearing the police vest and holding a Capitol Police riot shield. He faces four federal charges, including felony theft of government property. Wendy Gillette, CBS News, New York, former police officer accused of George Floyd's death is going to be tried alone separate from the other three officers involved. District Court judge says Derrick Shaman will stand trial March 8th in Minneapolis while the other three officers will be tried together in August. The ruling comes after prosecutors expressed concerns that trial could become a coronavirus Super spreader event. The NYPD is anti discrimination chief is retiring while he's on unpaid suspension after allegations he posted racist messages on a chat board. Deputy Inspector James Coppola's denied that he is the person behind race this post using vulgar nicknames for black public figures, including President Obama. But the City Council's oversight division links the former head of the NYPD is equal Employment Opportunity Division by matching up hints from his personal and professional biographies With post under the pseudonym Close. Oh, Of Coppola's convicted of his departmental trial, He could be fired but will keep his pension unless convicted of a felony. Allison Keyes. CBS News Goebbels, also accused of posting attacks on LGBT Q, Hispanic and Jewish people as well as women. 3 20 bit of Hollywood headed to Provincetown next month. Towns OK, filming in February and March for FX is American Horror Story Anthology. All we know about the 10th season so far, is that it will involve sharp teeth, based on an image posted by one of the show's producers Province Town selectman have granted permission for 20th Century Fox to shoot in 19 different locations, including the Pilgrim Monument, Commercial Street Race Point and Parts of Route Six. Selectwoman Lease, King says her only concern is that crowd could Control measures be in place, which would fully enforce current Covad 19 regulations. A big question mark everyone has and that I've seen questions about on social media of whether or not it's a good idea, considering we're in middle of the tendon 20th century, Fox says that crew and cast will be required to be called It tested three times a week. Kevin Tonic Left WBZ Boston's news radio.

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"pilgrim monument" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

06:44 min | 3 months ago

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"About our story at pilgrim monument dot org and finally. It's time for the work of the week. Jaffe was due to open a new exhibition at victoria. Miro gallery in london this month. But it's opening has been delayed january because of the second lockdown in the uk. You can't however see a group of her naked self portrait. It's at the victoria. Mary website and on the baltic collect app and those works relate to her choice for work of the week and they could self portrait. But the german artists pool medicine becker. Which is on view at the porno motors and becca museum. In bremen you can see an image of the painting if you go to our website. Click on the cost tab and look for this episode shantelle. You've chosen a work by paula motives in becker. Can you tell us about the what you've chosen. I chose and i have to read it from a book because it's a long title and i often get it wrong. So it self-portrait age thirty six wedding day may twenty fifth hundred ninety six. It's pull medicine backer. And she's naked to just blow away sort of in a a bit like a venus demise and she's got her famous amber beads that she's wearing a lot of paintings around her neck and she's she looks as if she could be pregnant but i sort of round tummy and she's cradling her tummy as a pregnant woman. Might and i wanted to say that weirdly. I i saw this painting. When i was myself thirty and myself thinking about whether i might like to have a child and how that would be and how is a pain try would be able to manage that and if i would be able to manage to be both a painter and mother so when i saw it was like kind of it was very visceral kind of hit in the face because i was like. Oh my god that she's got brown hair and abundant brown eyes. And i say it's me. It's i know that's bit babyish. And she wasn't pregnant which i did not know then. I thought she was and i was like. Wow you can do this. So it was what i didn't know. It was a close. The tragic story that follows from that and also the backstory of how she anyway. There's a lot to that painting that both before and after their here exactly so tell us about the tragedy and because this is a sort of a sort of even though it's a very light painting a grim portent of what what what comes next in her life right well her friend rilke colder is kind of doom laden painting which was sad because of course it is in a sense. I mean let's go back to because you know here's paula. She's in germany. She's run away from her husband. Who's a much older. Painter is quite sort of no actually domineering but they hadn't actually consummated their marriage. Interestingly they never had sex and she's run off to paris from this tiny town in germany vips failure which is near bremen. Which i've actually been to visit and i've been in her house which is now a museum d- polar and you can stand in her living room looking at the birch trees and think. Oh my god. I can totally see on a rainy november day. Which is when i did it. Think card to match in paris from there in nineteen zero five or whatever it was i just feel what it was to be polar and imagine this wider world of gauguin picasso and people that she had seen did imagine and then she goes she leaves. Her husband gets on a night. Train arrives in paris. Penniless knows canoes a few people but she's got no money on a roll of paper under her arm. And i mean. I wrote down something. She said she writes to her sister. I'm living the most intensely happy period of my life. Pray for me send me sixty francs models fees never lose faith in me. And she makes this painting while she's there and it. It contains all the complications. All the confusion older. Should i go back to my husband. I'm running out of money. But this is the best thing and then she paints. She literally manifests all that in the painting. And i think it's the first celt need self putra ever made by female painter. And it combines history personal history. There's just so much in it. And then she goes. Eventually she runs out of money. She's forced to go back to her husband. She wants a child she thinks. Okay i can manage it. And she paints a series of incredibly heartbreaking self-portraits off to this of herself pregnant and to gazing back. At you across time saying you know maybe this is going to work. Maybe it's gonna be okay. She has the baby fae difficult birth and then dies. Think it's two weeks after of an embolism. Because in those days recovered from childbirth by lying down which oversee wasn't great few and soon away. It's like a horrible prophecy fulfilled but in another sense. It isn't an. I like think that that painting is still there. And she's still looking at us. Saying should i sean tie. What should i do. And it's a question. It's a assertion. It's like the gentlest self portrait. Saying i'm here. I'm a woman i'm going to do this anyway. I love this painting very much. List let's talk about some of the technical side of it. Because i one of the things that i'm really struck burn. I'd love to ask you about it. Seems seems to me profoundly counter intuitive to to portray a naked body in front of a very light background and the background to me is almost like justice. Fascinating is herself portrait. Because this light background with these sort of green dot. So much to completely decorative background and then of course you have this very powerful figure in front of that background. Tell us about that as a painted. You look at it and think. How does she get away with doing it. Really interesting isn't it and it's sort of. It's almost like a very pale. Ot choke would sort of splotches and he is again in. There's a painting. She sets up by bed when giving birth or just after. It's her lost. It's a massive vase of flowers again against that splotch background so she clearly has invented it because she's in different places making those two painting so it's a strange choice. Virtually as he saved the flesh and the green merge during the and also they're almost as active as each other sort of you know the splashing and then she has that weird technique with paint where she sort of applies it in little brush. She was very interested in those fine portraits egyptian ones that she was looking at the lose. And she's a..

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"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:01 min | 10 months ago

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good morning I'm Dan walk ins here's what's happening Chicago's mayor is fed up with people not following social distancing guidelines inner city the latest on the pandemic across the country from CBS news as the nation grapples with easing culvert nineteen shut down Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot makes it clear that is not the case of her city warning people could go to jail the time for educating people into compliance is over don't be stupid Illinois governor JB Pritzker who just extended the state stay home order until may thirtieth told CBS's face the nation we're not through this yet there's no doubt and we've been looking to see those numbers flatten we are seeing them flattened now we have increased testing significantly so we are getting ready for a point where we can begin to re open the economy the trump administration continues to blame China was secretary of state Mike Pompeii telling ABC there's enormous evidence that that's where this began we said from the beginning that this was a virus that originated in Wuhan China we took a lot of grief for that from the outside but I think the whole world can see now CBS news update and Alison Keyes Allston residents react to a beloved music venue closing for good as the landlords won't renew the lease WBZ's Kevin Coleman reports after forty four years great Scott in Allston will not be re opening once the code nineteen regulations had been lifted a long time music venue originally opened in nineteen seventy six and has been a fixture for local music in Boston Allston resident Wendy Schiller details how many people have signed her petition to keep the venue open so I got it up and I put my last one and I went down to great Scott and I just started taking signatures we we hit seventy five hundred signatures in exactly twenty four hours and we just crossed the ten thousand signature mark today Kevin Gorman WBZ Boston news radio construction of an inclined elevator to bring visitors from street level to the base of the pilgrim monument and Provincetown gets under way let this month the project now set to begin the week of may eighteenth the museum's executive director telling the Cape Cod times the hope was to have the elevator running in time for the four hundredth anniversary of the pilgrims landing in Provincetown in sixteen twenty but now the project is expected to be completed early next year the outside of the elevator will shuttle people from Bradford St up to high poll hill to the monument it was absolutely gorgeous over the weekend and while it's a bummer that we can't quite enjoy the warm weather to the extent we wish we could how do we manage the stress of the corona virus pandemic CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter reports the virus has taken a terrible toll in the U. S. and Kay Hutchison wrote about overcoming a personal crisis in the book of my life and thirty seven therapies says it's left us with low level anxiety it's clear that that new one anywhere has all the answers she says we should focus on what we can control practice a calming exercise like yoga and dial back social media everything in moderation we have a long way to go.

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"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:03 min | 10 months ago

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good morning I'm damn walk ins here's what's happening Chicago's mayor is fed up with people not following social distancing guidelines inner city the latest on the pandemic across the country from CBS news as the nation grapples with easing covert nineteen shut down Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot makes it clear that is not the case of her city warning people could go to jail the time for educating people into compliance is over don't be stupid Illinois governor JB Pritzker who just extended the state stay home order until may thirtieth told CBS's face the nation we're not through this yet there's no doubt and we've been looking to see those numbers flatten we are seeing them flattened now we have increased testing significantly so we are getting ready for a point where we can begin to re open the economy the trump administration continues to blame China with secretary of state Mike Pompeii telling ABC there's enormous evidence that that's where this began we said from the beginning that this was a virus that originated in Wuhan China we took a lot of grief for that from the outside but I think the whole world can see now CBS news update and Alison Keyes also residents react to a beloved music venue closing for good as the landlords won't renew the lease WBZ's Kevin Coleman reports after forty four years great Scott in Allston will not be re opening once the code nineteen regulations had been lifted a long time music venue originally opened in nineteen seventy six and has been a fixture for local music in Boston Allston resident Wendy Schiller details how many people have signed her petition to keep the venue open so I got it up and I put my nasco on and I went down to great Scott and I just started taking signatures we we hit seventy five hundred signatures in exactly twenty four hours and we just crossed the ten thousand signature mark today WBZ Boston news radio construction of an inclined elevator to bring visitors from street level to the base of the pilgrim monument and Provincetown gets under way late this month the project now set to begin the week of may eighteenth the museum's executive director telling the Cape Cod times the hope was to have the elevator running in time for the four hundredth anniversary of the pilgrims landing in Provincetown in sixteen twenty but now the project is expected to be completed early next year the outside of the elevator will shuttle people from Bradford St up to high poll hill to the monument it was absolutely gorgeous over the weekend and while it's a bummer that we can't quite enjoy the warm weather to the extent we wish we could how do we manage the stress of the corona virus pandemic CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter reports the virus has taken a terrible toll in the U. S. and Kate Hutchison wrote about overcoming a personal crisis in the book of my life and thirty seven therapies says it's left us with low level anxiety it's clear that that new one anywhere has all the answers she says we should focus on what we can control practice a calming exercise like yoga and dial back social media everything in moderation we have a long way to go each.

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"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 10 months ago

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of garbage onto a highway authorities say he was driving on route eight in Seymour Conn yesterday when he lost control the road was closed for five hours while crews cleaned up the mess Jose Edwin Vasquez of Waterbury Connecticut faces a number of charges including driving on a suspended license and reckless driving a popular local music venue venue says they're shutting down after four decades WBZ's Kevin Coleman has the story great Scott a long time Boston music venue will not re open its doors after the corona virus regulations have been lifted the venue in Austin that originally opened in nineteen seventy six so many local up and coming artist and national touring artists hit the stage throughout the last forty four years the landlords inform the venue that they would not be renewing their lease manager Tim Philbin shared a post on Twitter Friday saying great Scott has meant many things to many people Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston news radio construction of an inclined elevator to bring visitors from street level to the base of the group pilgrim monument and Provincetown gets under way later this month now set to begin the week of may eighteenth the museum's executive director telling the Cape Cod times the hope was to have the elevator running in time for the four hundredth anniversary of the pilgrims landing a province town in sixteen twenty but now the projects that is expected to be completed early next year the outside elevator will shuttle people from Bradford St up high poll hill to the monument and now it's time for a check on Wall Street with Bloomberg the makers of model kids weather models of cars boats or airplanes are seeing a resurgence for everything they sell is home bound people are returning to old school activities during the corona virus shut downs just around the time when schools were closing which was before it started issuing a stay at home directive we saw some pretty significant increases in our retail stores I Gilera president of rebel USA the granddaddy of model kit makers with a history dating back to nineteen forty five he says sales in brick and mortar hobby shops were up ninety percent or better and once that fell off with shelter in place online business units bike through March we were up seventy seven eighty percent over January February and up significantly over last year which continued into April haggle era says sales have covered all age groups there certainly are models that are more geared toward children and then models that are more for people with.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:54 min | 10 months ago

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"S. today surpassing one point one million with sixty six thousand deaths and more than one hundred and seventy five thousand people recovered Dave Packer ABC news a very well known music venue and all stand it will be closing for good during this pandemic here's more from WBZ's Kevin Coleman after forty four years great Scott in Allston will not re open its doors once the coronavirus regulations have been lifted opening in nineteen seventy six the intimate venue welcomed local up and coming musicians and national touring artists to take the stage but landlords have now informed management that its lease would not be renewed manager Tim Philbin wrote in a statement through it all we've aspired to be a good neighbor to our community and a friend to all who walk through our doors Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's newsradio construction of an incline elevator to bring visitors from street level to the base of the pilgrim monument in P. town gets under way later this month the project now set to begin the week of may eighteenth the museum's executive director telling the Cape Cod times the hope was to have the elevator running in time for the four hundredth anniversary of the pilgrims landing in Provincetown in sixteen twenty but now the project is expected to be completed early next year the outside elevator will be shuttling people from Bradford St up high poll hill to the monument so maybe we can enjoy the warm weather as we like to the extent we wish we could but how do we manage the stress of this corona virus pandemic here's more from CBS's Pam Coulter virus has taken a terrible toll in the U. S. and Kay Hutchison wrote about overcoming a personal crisis in the book of my life and thirty seven therapies says it's left us with low leveling society it's clear that that new one anywhere has all the answers she says we should focus on what we can control practice a calming exercise like yoga and dial back social media everything in moderation we have a long way to go each day with soothing music or sounds Pam Coulter CBS news and some good news from all of this the environment is loving the state home orders the world has learned what can happen when pollution levels drastically drop skies are bluer water is clear this Florida woman saw something she never saw before amenities swimming by right but environmental science rob Jackson here's what's going to happen when the pandemic crisis ends what if when the economy is hurting we no longer care or care to safeguard the environments it's happened before global greenhouse gas emissions drop during the two thousand eight economic crisis but within two years they bounce back and then just kept growing technology forecaster Paul Saffo hopes at least some lessons will be learned it is completely culturally acceptable to work at home where even three months ago people would winced at that Sam let's singer CBS news it's one forty.

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 10 months ago

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A lot of extra curricular activities are on hold the school's not in session WBC's Madison Rogers stocks with a local art teacher who's making the transition to virtual Amy Solomon owns and operates art with Amy and Brookline studios main offering is usually out after school art classes now she's offering a host of activities over zoom Google street view based sketching exercises art history classes Pokemon or meet ups with interesting and a lot of kids who gets kids who live here and then they leave after years I'm getting a lot of kids back who moved from talking to kids who moved to Texas in New Hampshire Amy says from her perspective most students have transitioned well but there's no one size fits all kids look like I'm thinking to myself how are they ever going to go back to regular school these look really like they're doing what they love your kids are looking stunned any says a lot of people are looking for creative outlook right now with more time more stress and less to do and kids are no exception Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio the latest work from artist Shepard Fairey who became known for his hope poster featuring Barack Obama is being compared by critics to communist propaganda the Providence journal says governor general model reached out to very outward Island school of design graduate to create the image titled Rylan angel of hope and strength was unveiled last week at the conservative leaning rattled center for freedom and prosperity calls the art totalitarian saying it looks like the statue of liberty wearing communist garb the pilgrim monument and Provincetown is being used on our first responders and other frontline workers the Provincetown banner says starting today blue and red lights on the monument will serve as a beacon of hope the head of the pilgrim monument and Provincetown museum says the lights will stay on until some sense of normalcy returns speaking of returning virgin galactic's spaceship has landed in New Mexico in the desert after its first glide flight from spaceport America the company announced on Friday's flight ops on social media sharing pictures of the spaceship unity all the runway officials say stringent operational protocols were in place during that flight to ensure the safety amid the corona virus pandemic the protocols included the use.

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"pilgrim monument" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

Museum Archipelago

11:59 min | 1 year ago

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on Museum Archipelago

"Welcome to museum archipelago. I'm UNLV museum. Archipelago is your audio guide through the rocky landscape of museums each episode is never longer than fifteen minutes. So let's get started. Sometimes a historical event is all about the branding and the brand of Plymouth. Rock as the spot. Where William Bradford and the mayflower pilgrims first disembarked is pretty strong in the American tradition. That I grew up learning the rock symbolized the pilgrims arrival in what is now the United States and at the beginning of their interactions with native nations. Who Live Nearby Plymouth? Rock is an easy visualization tool shorthand. Something that sticks in your mind. But the mayflower. Didn't I land on Plymouth rock or even anywhere near? What is now Plymouth Massachusetts? Its first five weeks on this continent which included the signing of the mayflower compact happened in the bay on the other side of Cape Cod near city now called province town. I grew up in province town. And when you grow up in province town and it's all you know it's all you ever know so I grew up knowing that the pilgrims landed here and we were always taught the importance of the mayflower compact and to go out in the world and realize that not everyone was taught that is just fascinating. They spent five and a half weeks here exploring our shores There are a lot of significant moments before they realized that the train was just to rocky not as protected from the weather. So they got back on the boat and headed to Plymouth for whatever reason in history books and when kids are taught it really picks up at that point in blimp. It's fairly easy to compress five weeks particularly if they happened. Four Hundred Years Ago. The quest here is not just accuracy. It's not about saying well. Actually it's to be aware all participating in historical branding and that monuments and museums are perhaps the best brand ambassadors. Hello My name is Courtney hearst and I'm president of the Board at the pilgrim monument and province town museum. It is interesting even recently. Unfortunately there were some graffiti on Plymouth rock just last week you every news feed was running it especially here locally and it was saying. Plymouth landing place of so we were calling to correct people. Say That's actually not true. The province town museum sits under the Pilgrim Monument. A Slim Granite Tower that dominates the skyline of province town. The monument was completed in nineteen ten to draw attention to the fact that the mayflower landed. Here I good branding as a school kid. Her said that the top of the tower was a great place to escape with friends and since the museum was free she would hang out there. Whenever her school was between sports seasons but during those childhood visits she was unaware of another type of dehumanizing. Branding happening in the exhibits. The whole hang used to be lined with these huge murals almost life size as a kid. They felt life-size. Now that I'm talking I'd say they're not but they're big and each one depicted a different moment in the pilgrim's arrival and the impact on that nation. So it's their first interaction and the native people all look exactly alike. There's no definition in their faces. Their hair is exactly alike. They all look really aggressive. Really angry. And that they're on the attack the pilgrims all have very distinct features. They're wearing different clothes there expressions. They look almost fearful on their cowering. They definitely look like they're being attacked so you can even start to go layers deeper and deeper and deeper in the end the inaccuracies. But when you just look at it the stereotype that it was portraying on a subconscious level the portrayal of WOMP and dog people like this isn't unique but it serves the narrative of the Pilgrim's virtue and nobility in the face of a hostile world now the only way they persecuted in Europe. The narrative goes but they will also persecuted in the new world which creates a justification for anything that happens afterwards. All of this buttressed by implied neutrality of the Museum. They were so inaccurate. That we're actually GONNA leave one of them up in this new exhibit as A. Can you point out what's wrong? In part of the interactive of the exhibit will be show. What's wrong the new exhibit which is called story is a partnership between the province town museum and members of the dog nation. So our story. It were working with In conjunction with the tribe polyp eaters and Stephen Peters specifically have been the real brains behind it and the execution of it we have learned in the last few years through working so closely with the tribe that a lot of the story was wrong and then it wasn't told accurately so we have worked with them to create a whole entire new exhibit. We've got at the room and rebuilding it and it's called our story and what's interesting about it is. It will be told from their perspective as far as how they were living here Before the pilgrim showed up on the example of a story from those first five weeks that has been told exclusively from a colonial lens is a soy of Cornhill the spot near province town where pilgrims found stores of corn preserved by the WOMP dog it was always positioned as they simply found the corn. And that's how history tells it i. It was actually stolen corn. It was clear the way that it was stored the way that it was capped that it had been put there by people. There's no way that you could have been. They even say that in their log so it was clear people are living here. They just hadn't come across them yet. The our store gallery opens later this year. To commemorate the four hundred year anniversary of the pilgrims arrival under the initiative. Province town four hundred the initiative is planning for a much different commemoration than the three Hundredth Anniversary. Back in nineteen twenty back. Then it was called celebration not a commemoration and included and parades. It's not a celebration for everyone and that it is somewhat more solemn in that yes you know the pilgrims came here and they did some good things and they were brave for coming here and seeking that's part of the story but it's not all to be celebrated so we've been training ourselves for the last two years even that small nuance of a word. But it's not a nuance when you see how important it is so everything from that word. Choice will shift To things like we're not having a parade you know that that was an initial brainstorm idea. You think like centennial. Let's do a parade and things like that. We're not going to do that because that would be seen as disrespectful and we understand that so. The collaboration has been so tight throughout that. I think it's going to feel a lot different in all of those ways. I hope but the province town museum is also in the middle of another. Maybe even bigger branding change connecting the pilgrim story of four hundred years ago to the modern history of province town with the past one hundred years province town has attracted artists playwrights and the LGBT plus community today province town is perhaps the best known gay resort on the US is east coast. Hurst wants to expand who we think of as province towns pilgrims. The word pilgrim has been intentionally used to describe the passengers of the mayflower because of passage in William Bradford struggle therefore it connecting his journey to the Christian Bible. That's good branding for hearst. Sees it as through line to province towns more recent history as well or hoping to reframe the word pilgrim and stuff for it to symbolize a group of people and really what they're seeking which is to be accepted for who they are? Whatever that the whether it's religious freedom or any freedom at all. I'm seeking a place where they can be themselves. I think there's a sense that this board and this team are committed to telling more accurate story of province town in the mayflower pilgrims were the first pilgrims to arrive here. Four hundred years ago and they came seeking acceptance and tolerance and freedom and then pilgrims of all sorts of come to province town shores. Since them they were the first but so many the fishermen the artist. Lgbtq community So many so. We're really hoping that we can t take each of those stories. Each of those pilgrims stories and Tele cohesive history of province town growing up here. The AIDS epidemic was so close to us and again you just grow up thinking that's what most people saw and life into that my mom would like crews dinners by Guys House that were struggling and had no on how many of them came here to in some cases. Diane how this town these Portuguese women in the community just took them in and loved them and really took care of them. That's a story. That's you know it's province down story but it's it's AIDS story and it's a national story and that's a case that likely might be in the new updated version in the Museum. So when we say that we wanna tell them more accurate. It's even just a more comprehensive story because it does have a thread in the nation's history as well on example of a future exhibit might be about the spirit this pizza riot of nineteen ninety which are says was province towns analog to the important stonewall riots in New York City when the bars would get out at night and typically the gay bars would get out and not just gay bars but gay people would come into the street and they would Ali pizza and it would be really hard to get through. We'll one night. There was a police officer was giving some giving them trouble on unnecessarily. Shouldn't have been and the group rioted so these moments that were happening here in our cosmo but shifted the town and the town shifted legislature on. What used to be called gay bashing Importing more laws in place and and protecting them even further and it was this moment that for us changed. Perception culture and Robinson historical brands are powerful in the same way that a single monument can shift towns legislation for the better of photogenic. Rock can diminish five weeks of history in the minds of millions of students and the word choice that the museum uses can turn a Bushel of stolen corn into just an innocent lucky. Find as the four hundred year anniversary of the mayflower arrival approaches. The province town museum is preparing for the commemoration by changing things up. They don't use the word branding. But like the pilgrims themselves they're expanding the word pilgrim to include recent province town history. The working to tell the story of members of the WOMP inauguration directly instead of through the Lens of the colonists and they want people to know that the mayflower landed here first before moving on to Plymouth. We obviously want to shine a spotlight on the fact that the pilgrims actually landed here and the time that they spent here but beyond that were hoping to cast a spotlight on province town as a place that is welcoming to pilgrims and that message for us in today's time feels just as powerful this.

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"pilgrim monument" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We're very authentic place. And we so we really a seaside village on a beautiful Harvard's one of the deeper harbors in the country our airline flies into one of two national parks that allow planes to land. So you're you've land in the national seashore. So just in the very beginning arriving into town. You come to find that. It's just so unique and so different. But we don't have very few national chains. Everything is really the team and. Mom, mom and pop pop pop. Mom and moms, and you can if you're if you're going to town you can fly, of course in the Boston's Logan airport. And then as you mentioned, they ca- quick hop over on Cape air or you can my favorite way to arrive. In province town earliest arrive on the boat for Boston yet because it's very picturesque. If you get any kind of decent weather. It's a it's it's a beautiful arriving in providence count on a boat. Feels like he almost feel like a pilgrim. And we are the place of the pilgrims. I land. Yeah. Yeah. The big anniversary is coming up and people are going to talk about all of this stuff that happened in Plymouth five hundred years ago, but it happened in women. They made us before they got the Plymouth. They made a very important first landing. We have a wonderful place called first landing. Can we also have the pilgrim monument and museum province town museum? So there's a lot of really rich history and people have just been attracted to our shores for for four hundred. Plus if you're coming back for the four hundred anniversary of the pilgrims, and you're going to Plymouth rock, then province town is definitely a place. You want to be tell us a little bit. To get a wonderful opportunity to learn about the Indians who who were there for forever. Talk a little bit about some of the special events. So we have a dedicated women's weeks in providence. Was.

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"pilgrim monument" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Three to four the travel guys. And Mark set this next went up for me, would you? Well, we are we're headed out to province town. And as we mentioned in the headlines, Tom I. Okay. Well, with that being said, let's look how did that happen? I have Mark on FaceTime. Hi, mark. I don't know how this happened. You're still are you still hearing me? Yeah. Yeah. I'm hearing you go right ahead. And you can just tell our listeners what's going on in. We'll we'll go from there. All right. So anyways, as we were saying I in a few years, we're going to be up against the four hundred anniversary of the groups. Arriving in Plymouth. But what some folks perhaps don't remember is that the Cobra? Want to rise? I land landed at providence town. It's time out there before deciding I think perhaps they could find better weather. Elsewhere. Maybe a little bit further inland. But anyways. We talked to folks from province town. There are tremendous variety of things to do and province town. And we we talked about is how province town is handsomely reinventing itself. Well, we're very authentic place. And we so we really a seaside village on a beautiful Harvard's one of the deeper harbors in the country our airline flies into one of two national parks that allow planes to land. So you land in the national seashore. So just in the very beginning arriving into town. You come to find that. It's just so unique and so different. But we don't have very few national chains. Everything is really the team and. Mom, mom and pop pop pop. Mom, and you can if you're if you're going to be town, you can fly, of course into Boston's Logan airport. And then as you mentioned, they ca- quick hop over on Cape air or you can my favorite way to arrive. In province town earliest arrive on the ferry boat for Boston yet because it's very picturesque. If you get any kind of decent weather. It's it's it's beautiful arriving in providence count on a boat. Feels like he almost feel like a pilgrim. And we are the place of the pilgrims. I land. Yeah. Yeah. The big anniversary is coming up and people are gonna talk about all of this stuff that happened in Plymouth five hundred years ago, but happened in women they made us before they got the Plymouth. They made a very important first landing. We have a wonderful place called first landing car. Can we also have the pilgrim monument and museum museum? So there's a lot of really rich history and people have just been attracted to our shores for for four hundred. Plus if you're coming back for the four hundredth anniversary of the pilgrims, and you're going to Plymouth rock, then province town is definitely a place. You want to be tell us a little bit wrong to get a wonderful opportunity to learn about the dog Indians. Who who were there for forever talk a little bit about some of the special events. So we have four dedicated women's weeks in province town. We have women's week which is always in October. And is a fantastic week packed with lots of events. We have an event Memorial Day weekend. We have women of color weekend, which is the first week in June and single women's week. And then we also are celebrating pride for the second time this year with a very special art installation called the global rainbow. And it's a wonderful international artists who does twenty mile plus long military grade lasers that former rainbow, and it's called her name is matern, and it's called the global global rainbow. And if you can..

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"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Sky and what does he do you got your tooth have broken off it's the year six twenty euro comey itchy and uh and he is a you got us to thing going on what can you do really urged minute guy says uh we'll hear a put this leave on the side of your head and he's got a ball with a further and maybe some of the making smokers waving the smoke on you know one thing leads to another shortly rapidly you come down with an app says can't get the tooth out you die your 24 years old i mean that was reality in the indian realm they didn't even have bow dryers man they didn't have stratocaster fender guitar anything they didn't have any and while her asleep at night no lights no street lights uh the tribe next door would come in and still your horses in your women you wake up cold cover would do yeah those are the day so the pilgrimage pilgrims came here and thus slowly but surely they said in place western civilization which indians greatly benefit from today whole yeah but anyway this monument to the forefathers and the pilgrim monument what do you want to but at some point some my antifer slash black lives matter psychotic makes a case returned this donor taken the down this is a gorgeous uh you do get you can see pictures of it but it does do it justice again allerton street in plymouth massachusetts you're welcome and again what's his name narrow i think this is the movie that kurt cameron uh did on this you called a monumental get a monument monumental and i'll make sense pretty sure this.

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"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"pilgrim monument" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Okay may get up a new map all there on the back to the show and lose bricked up of the hour and bowman back into a grown run the road zone we stroje board get two hundred forty two topping wherever it all four years during the edge monday amid i referenced before the break is the national monument to the forefathers originally called the pilgrim monument this is outstanding if you're anywhere near plymouth massachusetts you want to go and see this thing one of the things is truly unique about the monument you could surf out on google is it's just in a regular old neighborhood you owe you put its on notes solicitor of allerton street allerton street plymouth massachusetts and they put this thing together back in the eighteen eighty nine now uh the reason i'm telling you about this mentioning this is where do you want to bet at some point you here that somebody wants this taken down some monument to the forefathers were the forefathers through the came over here and shame shamelessly just brutally abused indians i mean indians really before the forefathers gutter it was it was paradise on earth everybody got along they all had fabulous fuda nobody was hungry everybody at a horse just great louise that's the with rolled out by the communists left the truth is the indians kept slaves they did things like cut the noses off of that are women if they didn't like what they were saying and talking about the some were cannibals uh they were using poison ivy has toilet paper just wasn't cool at all there is nothing cool bobby in the indian back in the day okay nothing you imagine chip in a tooth by accident on a i don't know a dear bonin now where do you do you get your good at your noted dentist is you can't go to a dentist go some guy this got some feathers and some bear claws around his neck and crazy pain on his face and he's the wizards dr which by the way is equivalent to monitor daesa actress psychologist and climate change a climatologists but anyway back then you go to the.

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