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"presley" Discussed on Knowing Faith
"Welcome to after the fact, a knowing faith many episode where we look to take a big question and address it in just a few minutes. Typically, the questions we consider will line up with our larger topic for the season and that certainly true for our time today. We're discussing Romans on knowing faith this season and joining us today is doctor Steven Presley. Doctor Presley is associate Professor of church history and the director of research doctoral studies at the Southern Baptist theological seminary and he has written widely on the subject of early Christianity with a particular emphasis on iron aids. Doctor Presley, welcome to after the fact, thanks for joining us. Kyle, thank you so much for having me on. Appreciate it. Absolutely. Glad to have you. So doctor Presley, maybe somebody is listening to this and they go, okay, I've got polls words. Why do I why should I care how iron aus was reading Paul at all? Before we even talk about the way irony is red pulse christology, why should I even care what iron is, how to say about Paul at all? I've got the Bible. Why do I need iron aces commentary on it? It's a great question. I'll answer in two ways first when you read her history. You see the beauty of the way God has been at work among the people of God at different places and at different times. We are not the first to come to the biblical text and to think about the people who text. And in fact, so many of the issues he was facing in the second century are relevant for a lot of conversations today, gnosticism in general that creeps up into theological discourse today or Marcy and the way he pit an Old Testament God against a New Testament God finds its way into our readings of scripture. So what's old is new? What was back then is today and where we're stuck with the realization that there is nothing new under the sun. And the importance of recognizing that, again, that we're not the first to come to the biblical texts that the issues that arenas or they face and in early Christianity are often percolating into our conversations today. That's good. So okay, so iron is in his own time is recovering a faithful reading of the apostle Paul. That significant for us even much later because so many of the same issues that I renaissance was dealing with in terms of misunderstandings or outright heresies. We still deal with either implicitly or explicitly in the church. Maybe help us land here. How was INA as reading Paul's christology? What was his unique perspective on what Paul had to say about the doctrine of Christ? And why is it significant? Yeah. It's a great question. And there's so many avenues we could follow or go down. I think one of the most important is a particular emphasis we find in renaissance is the Adam Christ typology. You find it all over the place. He talks about a whole lot of things, but first and foremost, this Adam Christ typology. He cites Roman Romans 5, 12 to 19. He slides first Corinthians 15. 21 to 22, just as an atom all die, so in Christ all are made alive. And he understands that Adam Christ's typology through the lens of what has been described as a doctrine of recapitulation. This draws on appalling text out of a fusions chapter one verse ten, where all things are summed up in Christ. There is a unity to the entire divine economy that is found in the person and work of Christ. And when he reads that Adam Christ typology, you see, not only is it, is it just about one particular moment of Salvation history, but Christ, sums up in himself all things renews and restores creation and restores humanity in the image and likeness of God. And again, to go back to what we started, all of this is set against a gnostic vision that is devaluing creation, devaluing humanity. And iron as responds by reading Paul coherently, canonically and situating Paul within again this beautiful stream of Salvation history that unites Adam and Christ. Man, that's so helpful. Hey, doctor Presley. Thank you for joining us today. I really appreciate it. Kyle, thank you so much. It is a joy to be with you. After the fact is brought to you by the Southern Baptist theological seminary, if you want to study with incredible professors like doctor Presley, head over to SBT S EDU and discover why southern seminary is trusted for truth..
"presley" Discussed on Knowing Faith
"Welcome to after the fact and knowing faith mini episode where we look to take a big question and address it in just a few minutes. Typically the questions we consider will line up with our larger topic for the season and that certainly true far time. Today we're discussing romans on knowing faith is season and joining us today. Dr steven pressley. Dr presley is associate professor of church. History and the director of research doctoral studies at the southern baptist theological seminary and he has written widely on the subject of early christianity with a particular emphasis on iron dr presley. Welcome to after the fact. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for for having me on appreciate it absolutely glad to have you so don't you presley. Maybe somebody is listening to this. And they go okay. I've got paul's words. Why do i. Why should i care how iron as was reading paul at all before we even talk about the way irony is read pulse chronology. Why should i even care what iron is had to say about paul at all. I've got the bible. Why do i need. Ironies is commentary on it. It's a great question. I'll answer in two two two ways. First when you read church history you see the beauty of the way. God has been at work. Among the people of god at different places at different times we are not the first to come to the biblical text and to think about the biblical text and in fact so many of the issues. He was facing in the second century. are relevant for a lot of conversations today nas schism in general that creeps up into theological discourse today marcy and the way he pit an old testament god against the new testament. God a finds its way into our readings of scripture so what's old is new What was back then is today. And we're we're stuck with the realization that there is nothing new under the sun and the importance of recognizing that Again that we're not the first to come to the biblical tax that the issues that that s or are they facing in early. Christianity are often Percolating into our conversations. Today that's good so okay. So iron as in his own time is recovering a faithful reading of the apostle paul that significant for us even much later because so many of the same issues that irony was dealing with in terms of misunderstandings or outright heresies. We still deal with either implicitly or explicitly in the church. Maybe help us land here. How was irony reading pulse crystal. Gee what was his unique perspective on what paul had to say about the doctrine of christ. And why is it significant. It's a great question and there are so many avenues we could. We could follow or go down. I think one of the most important is a particular emphasis we find in. Arenas the atom christ's typology you find it all over the place. He talks about a whole lot of things. But first and foremost this adam christ apology. He cites roman for romans. Five twelve to nineteen. He's likes first corinthians fifteen Twenty one to twenty two Just in at as in adam all die so in christ all are made alive and he understands that adam christ's typology through the lens of What has been described as a doctrine of recapitulation This draws on a pauline taxed out of a fijian's chapter one verse ten where all things are summed up in christ there is a unity to the entire divine economy that is found in the person and work of christ and when he reads that adam. Christ typology you see not only is it Is it just about one particular moment of salvation history but christ sums up in himself all things revenues and restores creation restores humanity in the image and likeness of god. Again to go back to what we where we started. All of this is set against a nas tick vision. That is devaluing creation devaluing humanity and responds by reading paul coherently. Canonic lii and situating paul within again this beautiful stream of salvation history that unites adam and christ man. That's so helpful dr presley. Thank you for joining us today. I really appreciate it. Thank you so much as a joy to be with you after the fact is brought to you by the southern baptist theological seminary if you wanna study with incredible professors like dr presley head over to sba dot edu and discover why southern seminary is trusted for truth..
Correa, Astros clinch AL West, open playoffs vs White Sox
"Behind Carlos Correa's fourth inning three run home run Houston Astros clinched their fourth American League west title in five years after beating the Tampa Bay rays three to two Correa's Homer gives him a career high twenty five for the season and he says he plays for a special team we got a great ballclub they're gonna say have somebody you'll yeah we want to make a wifi straight ALCS for us we make it this year so hopefully we can do that and then with our series we really want that lets the colors junior earned his thirteenth win of the season by holding the race to just two runs over six innings and the bullpen trio of Ryne Stanek Kendall Graveman and Brian Presley kept the race off the board for the game's final three innings out of schooling Houston
House Democrats Remove Money for Israel's Iron Dome System in Funding Bill
"I remember many years ago. I was on a panel in los angeles. And i use the word evil as it applies to a lot of democrat policies. And i remember my colleagues the smart kids that some of the inside the beltway guys whole. Don't say evil. Now come on mike. These are friends across the aisle. Do you know the the democrat the house. Democrats just stripped a billion dollars of funding for israel's iron dome do you know. They stripped a billion dollars of funding for the iron dome. Do you know that a billion they took a billion dollars away from israel. A billion dollars of funding from israel to protect the civilians the children the men and women from hamas firing rockets into that country the iron dome protects civilians from missiles that hamas fires into israel. Do you know that house. Democrats led by that despicable rashida to leave that despicable that despicable ion presley. All the rest of these folks who are anti-semites. They stripped two billion dollars of funding. A billion dollars of funding for the iron dome. It's unbelievable it's it's incredible is that how do you describe that as anything other than evil. How do you describe that as anything other than evil.
Paul Anka Recalls His Time Working With the Rat Pack
"Paul anka. It's so great to see you. I wanna ask you. You're sitting in front of a zillion gold records Where they happen to be your gold records for the most part of my keble michael jackson elvis presley other artists have been involved with most part a lot of those that are from nineteen fifty seven on. Now you worked with the folks. You you've mentioned. I mean i should mention this upfront. If i were better my job recently you've worked with drake the weekend Michael boob lay andrea bocelli. Olivia newton john. We were talking about your time with sinatra. How did it end up that you were working with what we today. Call the ratpac. No greater fan of dean martin than yours. Truly amazing that you knew these men. Well we have to go back to the beginnings you know the record business and the business that i was in was primarily run by the boys the boys mafia whatever and that was cool. There are great work for we knew what a position was but they ran everything they own the clubs the only record companies etcetera so when i started beginning success for young I realized who was working for. I realized you know how i was to be myself and i started working to copacabana. Which was the testing ground in new york city. I was successful. And i got the word that now that new york went very well. We're sending out to vegas to the boys and you're gonna work in vegas. So what year are we talking about. Big apartment what year we talking about. Fifty eight nine hundred fifty. Started sophie tucker. Which was i guess. My audition did well with her. And then it evolved into the sixties started working sands right from their youngest kid. Never worked there and here. I was with all these guys. Were my idols realizing that. Bobby darin frankie avalon still these kid idols. But we knew this at the end and we realized that we had to evolve survive into something else thus we had these guys that we looked up dean martin sammy and break so i like to sand started working and guys mentored me. They took me in. Because that's making money for them indirectly directly. The boys ran the place and we became very very
Is Biden Terrified of the Squad?
"Caller stephen a few minutes ago has prompted a lot of interesting speculation. Biden is clearly clearly out to lunch clearly. Gone walking around ambling up. There doesn't know where he is claims. Anybody wants to leave. Kabul can leave. He doesn't know where he is. You think kamala harris would be an improvement. You think comma harris would be better charles. Let's ask you how you doing charles. Fine sir how are you today. Do doing great sir. Thanks for joining us. Yes you mentioned. Earlier about the terror that would be kamala harris and parroting the oval office. My thought is how don't think. Joe biden's in control of anything. And i don't think she would be in control of anything other control on. That's what i want your thought who's pulling the strings. Because i don't think these two clowns are doing anything. I honestly believe that biden is terrified of the of the of the squad. I don't know that. Afc and anna presley and rashida to leave or calling the shots but understand they represent a coalition of today's democratic party that is this radical crazed burned down cities you know black lives matter. Radical upend social norms. Everything that we've seen is represented by eight allowed bunch of bullies. Who called themselves democrats. And i and. I believe that biden is afraid of them. He's afraid of their wrath. He's afraid of their anger. He's afraid of their their rage and he's he's trying to accommodate them.
Debra Winger Quit 'a League of Their Own'
"A hollywood actress is coming for. Madonna debra. Winger everyone gets you. We'll says she quit a league of their own because of the material girl. Deborah was set to play gena davis his role but she told the telegraph that she thought madonna getting cast. Return movie into an elvis presley film. So she bought out. Don't worry she got her. When deborah was asked about madonna's performance in the movie. She pulled her petty lever and said i think her acting career has spoken for itself.
Infrastructure Bill Offers Once in a Generation Investment in Climate Resilience
"To meet the moment to be responding to the needs of the people we have to be bold. And we can't tink worth the edges. I'm mpr chief meteorologist. Paul hutton here. And that was massachusetts democrat on presley. Talking about the bipartisan infrastructure. Bill that passed the senate this week. It now heads to the house where presley and her progressive colleagues say. It isn't bold enough on climate change especially on the heels of this week's dire warning in the un climate report but while some say it doesn't do enough to reduce emissions. It does offer billions to help the country prepare for the effects of climate change. Forbes tompkins manages efforts for flood prepared communities with the pew charitable trust and joins us now. Hi forbes welcome to climate cast i paul. Thanks for having me. So what do you see in this bill. That can help address. Climate change altogether. This bill really marks potentially a once in a generation investment in climate adaptation and resilience in particular. There's a focus on transportation and it's going to open up An abundance of resources for communities to develop new plans to implement new projects that can better prepare themselves for flooding and other types of disasters. So let's focus on the flooding aspect a little bit. I know you work a lot in that area. What are you seeing in there. That you think can have short term impact One of them is called the building resilient infrastructure and communities program and this bill would infuse a billion dollars into the program immediately and it would allow communities to support. You know any type of hazard mitigation projects That can help them reduce their risk that they face from disasters the second piece specific the flooding is also a second infusion for fema flood mitigation assistance program that provides financial and technical assistance to states localities for projects to reduce the risk of repetitive flood damage to properties and buildings insured by the national flood insurance
Biden Administration Extends Student Loan Repayment Pause
"Today. It is extending once again the pause on federal student loan payments this time through the end of January. As NPR's Claire Lombardo reports. The payments were set to resume on October 1st federal student loan payments, interests and collections have all been on hold since the start of the pandemic first, thanks to the cares act. Then due to extensions from former President Trump and President Biden. Democrats, including Senator Elizabeth Warren and Congresswoman Ayanna Presley had urged the Biden administration to extend the moratorium through at least march of next year. The Education Department's announcement caused this latest extension through January. 31st the final one. Claire Lombardo. NPR
When Pat Boone Met Elvis Presley
"Brooklyn high school. This is the fifties you are the big star. You've got three major hits on the charts you perform a brooklyn high three thousand kids and you're opening act is a nobody named elvis aaron presley. Yeah whatever happened to that guy. Well he's around no memory. He's not around a personally but anyway bill randle knew that sun records on which elvis had made one record had been sold to. Rca victor or they had sold the contract or elvis presley to rca. Victor and he hadn't even made a record yet for rca. His first record was heartbreak hotel but he hadn't recorded it yet. What he had recorded was one song to songs. On both sides of a record on sun records out of memphis a little label down there south and was recording not recording but performing on the louisiana hayride a radio show like the grand opera but outta shreveport louisiana louisiana hayride and And so a bill. Randle ask him and got elvis. Whoever was managing to come to cleveland so he could be introduced to the to the teen audience at salk where i was the headliner and going to perform and when he picked me up at the airport bill randle. He's he said is gonna come up from shreveport to to open the program for you tonight and named an a. He's a any told me who who was. What's his name. He said elvis presley. You haven't heard of him. And i said no i have. I heard a record of is on the jukebox in dallas. But i said bill. He's a hillbilly. I mean this was a bill. Monroe song blue moon of kentucky. Keep on shine and it's not rock and roll. I said is going to go over. Well tonight he said well we'll find out because he knew that he'd been signed. Rca victor was excited about this newcomer. So but i was backstage at high school when elvis and his entourage of about three guys came in lamar fi. Thank charlie hodge. Maybe one of his musicians to musicians. And so elvis walked in and his collar turned up his hair long. And kinda grease in then over too long but slipped back in his pants long over some scuffed up white. Black shoes said hi elvis. I'm pat boone's mention and any extended his hand but he didn't shake hands. Just let me shake his hand. Nobody his mom and daddy hadn't instructed him. How a man shakes as he disliked you shake
Cuba Validates Why 'American Marxism' Is Needed
"Because tomorrow there out I don't know how many are going to wind up being sold tomorrow, but we already know there's over a quarter of a million. I want you to get a first edition. And in order to get a first edition, you have to pre order pretty much Um and then you can give them to your kids and your grandkids and other people because we're going to spend some time on this. It's too important just to look at my book and move along here. And you can see how it it's sort of insinuates itself and so many things that are going on here. Look at Cuba. Think of what's going on in Cuba. Cuba is supposed to be one of these utopias. Where everybody is equal. Everybody is taken care of by the government. Everybody get something for free. The people are starving. There is no health care. There's no medicine. There's a reason why Bernie Sanders has for so long and so many years applauded Cuba. There's a reason why AOC And Bush. And Taliban, Omar and Presley and the others are not denouncing Cuba. Because the American Marxists because they agree with that Cuba is
How Many Songs Have Questions in the Title?
"Many great songs have a question in the title. It was a lot more than i thought. There was just looking at their suggestions. I was thinking. Oh maybe there's twenty songs that are like that are popular amand. We i was seeing. You know up to fifty one hundred tests. Ask a question in the tidal. And i did a google search found a list that had over a hundred song titles and so what i did is i said okay. I don't know this one. i don't know this one. I don't know this one. And i got it down to eighty now. How many of these are regan. Considered great will be an interesting discussion. Why don't we start with bob on. How many do you think we are going to vote as great fifty four gary thirty seven scott forty five in junior fifty five. I would have said like sixty so. These are in alphabetical. Let's get started with. Ain't that a shame fats domino. Yes that's the highly recognizable song eight that is like rain. Years did the great cover. I'm drawing a blank. Cheap trick all right. Are you lonesome tonight. Elvis presley tuna. Going back to the oldies bill bailey. Won't you please come home. Well that's the real name of axl rose. He'll name. I would vote for that. Just because papa's delicate condition was a movie where jackie gleason starred and. That's a silly song. I would vote for it. But i don't think anyone else we'll give it any love anybody else so yes on that one. Very old timey. It's a song idea recognize. It's a song. I know okay so we have two but three no
Imagine How Pure We Could Be Without Instant Feedback
"I was watching an elvis presley documentary on netflix yesterday. And i think it was bruce springsteen who made the observation that elvis's early stuff like he's really really early stuff was truly special because it was pure and it was free at that point. He hadn't really heard himself on the radio very much and so he wasn't totally aware of what he was doing and how he was sounding he wasn't self conscious about it but of course as he hurt himself more he starts to analyze that more and review his performances more. And so you lose that spontaneity. You lose that purity. And what i found interesting about that was that we leave today. In a world of instant feedback and we sort of think that instant is good that that constant analytics of the data that we've got is great but maybe if you take the overtures example. Maybe it's actually holding us back. Maybe it's actually preventing us being pure us. And i think there's probably something in that
Republicans to Introduce Censor Resolution Against the Squad for Contributing to Anti-Semitic Attacks
"Group of Republicans This is from Breitbart will introduce a sensor resolution to condemn and censure the so called squad. For defending foreign terrorist organizations and using rhetoric, which contributed anti Semitic attacks across the United States. Now you would think this is not controversial. We're talking, of course about centering Omar. An AOC and Talib and Presley. But it is controversial because this is the heart and soul of the Democrat Party. And the Republicans. The group has led by Michael Waltz of Florida. Good guy Jim Banks, Indiana. Claudia, attending New York. She's great to remember they tried to steal the race from her. The resolution says the squad members of defended foreign terrorist or I didn't hear the attorney general talk about this. I didn't hear that fake phony fraud. Merrick Garland talk about this. As the late great Bob Grant would say. The central resolution says the squad members have defended foreign terrorist organizations. And inciting anti Semitic attacks across the United States. And so forth. The group of Republicans wrote in the resolution that Talib has accused the Israeli government ethnic cleansing and claimed Israel was promoting racism and the human humanization. The resolution meant his Omar calling the Israel military response to Hamas strikes an act of terrorism rather than self defense. She also accused the United States are backing crimes against humanity. This is why Judy Jazz, Ceron. I want you to listen media it. Your low IQ Cuba phones, media matters you low I Cuba phones. Paid for him bought for This is a jihadi wing of the Democratic Party. Most Muslims do not conduct themselves this way.
Real vs Urban Legends
"This podcast was inspired by mike. Who sent me an email. Asking are true mysteries of the pacific northwest. Nothing more than urban legends inspired by a book. I checked out from the rogue valley metaphysical library and trying to answer that question. The book was written by an authority. Who shall remain nameless. The book contains some events that are no more than a figment of someone or an urban legend. Like the dog that ate a tiny cell foam and every time someone called stomach would rain. Some were started by celebrities like mickey rooney claiming that he had influence walt disney to call his cartoon mouse mickey mouse. Then there's urban legend about elvis presley giving a harley davidson motorcycle to actor james dean. Well sorry. none of these happened before. I reveal my favorite urban legends. I need to explain how i separate real and true from something invented by a person with an ulterior motive or an urban legend occasionally. I do find a witness or participant to an event that can't be explained away and are willing to talk about it but that's the exception not the rule. Most people are reluctant. Admit that they saw ghost or heard strange laughter when they were home alone for fear of being ridiculed. When event is brought to my attention or intrigued by a story on the internet my search for sources begins. I'll start with the photograph of a pterodactyl that appeared on the internet that allegedly dates back to the american civil war in eighteen. Sixty four courting to the story behind the mystery. Image giant flying creature was shot down by soldiers around eighteen sixty four. near the city of vicksburg. The story says it's soldier said the creature was like some kind of unknown bird monster in a surprising. Twist of the story. A second photograph appeared on the internet. That showed a similar scene. A pterodactyl surrounded by men in front of a barn. Now the people. I talked to when i contacted. Authorities said several newspapers in virginia said that one photograph in front of the barn was fake. Now if you drop me. A line kit k. chrome g mail dot com. I'll send you a copy of the two photographs. You can decide for yourself in my research. I found that the photograph of the pterodactyl matched one. That was seen by somebody in eugene oregon just a few years ago about twenty eleven
'Elvis' Has Left the... Sign? Vandals Hit Singer's Birthplace
"Elvis has left the sign well it's true how much is Elvis worth in this case it's about a thousand Bucks that is what officials at his birthplace in tupelo Mississippi are offering as a reward to to track down those who swiped the name Elvis off the sign welcoming people to the Elvis Presley birthplace museum and chapel the missing name was discovered over the weekend leaving the site without Presley's first name written out in his own handwriting but officials say they are not sure when it was taken it isn't the first time it has happened either three months ago the entire sign was stolen and was just recently replaced I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
The Argument for Urban Legends
"Today am based on popular demand. I'm repeating podcast. I call the argument for urban legends. And i originally was inspired to produce that podcast by a book. I checked out from the rogue valley. Metaphysical library libraries located national and oregon. It was written authority shall remain nameless but contain some events that are no more than a figment of someone's imagination like the dog that ate tiny cell phone and every time someone called his stomach woodring. Some were started by celebrities like mickey rooney claiming that he influenced walt disney to call his cartoon mouse mickey mouse. Then there is the urban legend about elvis presley giving a harley davidson motorcycle. Actor james dean. Sorry if never happened. But before. I reveal my favorite urban legend. I need to explain how i separate real and true from something invented by a person with an ulterior motive occasionally do find a witness or participant to an event that can't be explained away and they're willing to talk about it but that's the exception not the rule. Most people are reluctant to admit that they saw ghost or heard strange laughter when they were home alone for fear of being ridiculed. One advantage brought to my attention. Or i'm intrigued by a story on the internet. My search for sources begins. I'll start with the photograph of a pterodactyl that appeared on the internet that allegedly dates back to the american civil war in eighteen sixty four. According to the story behind the mystery image a giant flying creature was shot down by soldiers around eighteen. sixty four The city of exper- the story says soldiers said the creature was like some kind of unknown bird or monster
Why the Pandemic Paved the Way for a Property Boom: Simon Pressley
"Today's podcast. I'm joined by property g. managing director simon presley as a mock analysts. Simon has correctly focused number the big trends in the property market that others didn't quite peak including the recent post covid boom summons also a three time. Australian buys agent of the win and rei hall of fame inductee and a qualified property investment advisor simon. Welcome to the shar hoy same. Thank you very much for having me back. We were just talking. It's about a year to the day that you and i had a webinar with none other than douglas driscoll of stop. Hot is where we were talking about. Exactly that like what. The market was gonna j. covid and i think at the time there was a lot of daming blame top reports all the banks of saying that everything was going to fall off a cliff and you got on the webinar and said no. It's not going to do any of those things idea. Remember back to that time your prediction. Don't forget sam because it was a huge a few months that's been criticized anymore than that period of time in my loss every single banking stroller and probably ninety. Five percent of australia's economists said not just the downturn. According to most of it was going to be the biggest downturn in the history of their country. And i said the complaint long district of the danton. But i said it's going to be a boom in a bloody big one and everyone called me an idiot but anyway here we are today and you were right. That must give you just a little bit of joy to say. Well hang on a second like oh wasn't as crazy as you thought i was. Yeah look what it is but we don't expect to be different but almost always what we forecast is the opposite to whatever that can change this is saying at the time in the back in two thousand and four we. Todd is what was going to be the best before capital city and and people often us. We didn't said that large parts of racial strife would have perform all that capital cities and that happened paypal criticizes for that and then we said that we're gonna come with a pretty big boom so on the criticism as lhasa salaciously.
High Times in Western Oklahoma with Payton Hamm
"We're gonna be bringing payton. Ham studio peyton is Seasoned real estate broker and as we bring her in she will talk more about Down that wide open country of what's commonly referred to as the bible belt a new emerging market. Yeah that's there that It's it's going to be an interesting show that payton are you with us. Are you online. Hey how are you. i'm good. How are you guys very good. How's how's the weather. And how is the win. How hard is the wind blowing in. Elk city oklahoma. That'd be the way to ask that question. Oh my so. We've been having beautiful weather until yesterday. I happened to be outside in literally all day at a golf tournament and it was blowing forty miles per hour with gusts up to fifty at a golf tournament. That's not as for. Oh man it was a little crazy but they made it. They did great awesome. That that's not gonna help the golf game or in my case. That may actually help. The might help go further down winter towards the way after every shot dang wind. What makes me mad right online. Well so What prompted this show was a conversation and first off. We wanna congratulate you and your partner. Stacey kearns down there in winning recent award. Tell us about the award Just briefly that You're a franchise within the united country real estate system. They're one of our major sponsors on this show and you won a nationwide award kind of presley. we did thank you so much. We won the genesis award this year with united country and it's for outstanding marketing and the company which we are super proud of
Your Brain on Facts: Trivia Round-Up
"Let's kick this off with a fact number one about the guinness world record. It only costs five dollars to apply for a guinness world record but if you want an official adjudicator with a stop watching a clipboard to come watch you do it. That'll run ten thousand dollars. An adult queen bee's body can be twenty five percent ovary by wait until sixteen. Seventy people thought that high f- life revolved around a king. Be a shocking assumption. I know until one was examined under a microscope. And the biologist was surprised by the size of the king's ovaries skylight. Charlie see-saw half moon regretful. Climb silence mill and patriotic shorter art racehorses. They were nicknames for the guillotine. Oh fellow brainiacs. I'm dan pugh. And i'm shana harrison. According to the oxford english dictionary. Elvis has left. The building is used to express. The finality of situation on a person has died or made a dramatic or notable exit as early as nineteen fifty-six the phrase was commonly used as a public announcement at the end of singer elvis presley's concerts to inform the fans. There was no possibility of his performing another encore so it was a literal usage. The phrases earliest figurative use was an allusion to his death on august sixteenth. Nineteen seventy seven. My favorite is to use it. When tents argument has just ended and both of the people in a storm off and then me and the other bystanders. All like oh. That was really weird. Yeah i could really lighten the mood. Join us on a whimsical adventure of idioms and other turns of phrase on bunny trails word. History podcast the groundbreaking movie. Akira was the most expensive anime when it was created in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight costing seven hundred million yen or about six point three million dollars five point. Three million euros adjusted for inflation. That's about fourteen million dollars today
"presley" Discussed on Rivals: Music's Greatest Feuds
"Today were throwing it back old school to what. Maybe the primordial rock rivalry. We're taking it back to the dawn of sun records in the feud between elvis presley and jerry lewis the king versus the killer. I can't wait. Elvis presley known as the king of rock and roll but jerry lee lewis is the king of role wild men. I feel if jerry lee started his career today he would be cancelled in about five minutes. His story is filled with scandals involving drugs. Booze guns underage cousins to dead wives including one. He might have murdered one bass player that he accidentally shot in the chest and many other unmentionable compared to jerry lee even with his own foibles. Elvis looks like an angel which might be why. Jerry lee literally tried to kill elvis at one point which will get into in this episode. There's so much crazy rock and roll lord to parse here. I can't wait to get into it without further ado. Let's get into this. It all begins with elvis so many rock and roll tales. Do you know the story. Little boy from tupelo mississippi boina a room shotgun shack. It's like a chuck berry lear. He was a shy kid. He gave his first musical performance at a singing contest. And it's elementary school at age. Ten and he was dressed as a cowboy stood on stool of reach. The mike and the best part is the only came in fifth place. Which i mean i wanna talk to those other. Four people who like for the rest of their lives were like. Yeah you know. I beat elvis singing contest right. Like how wild would that be when times a daily slipped back into the conversation. We're those people today. What are they doing. Please get in touch. Please get in touch. We'd love to hear from you soon after this. He got a guitar for christmas. Which bummed out because he wanted a bike or a gun typical mississippi kid he learned it and started bringing it to school to sing hillbilly music during lunchtime. And he was seen as kind of a loner and teased as being a mama's boy and even called trashy for playing this kind of wild hillbilly music and <hes>. One of his classmates was the younger brother of a musician name mississippi slim who had a radio show on local blow station and he would take elvis down to the station and slim would give him guitar pointers. And that became one of his early musical influences. The presley's also lived in a predominantly black neighborhood where he absorbed those musical influences well. So you've got this. Hillbilly music played by memphis swim or ernest tubb hank snow mixed with the blues music that he heard in his neighborhood he loved. Rosetta are for example and the gospel but he knew from pentecostal churches all blended into the very unique musical gumbo. That became elvis's sound. I was to me in many ways was was like a modern man before his time you know he loved music and listen to anything. It didn't matter where it came from. If you liked it he liked. It was the r&b hillbilly music of course but like you said he was also the gospel music. Can he love blues. And into crooners. Like dean martin. Perry komo's well and even like the opera singer mario lanza. He was a big fan of him as well. And i feel like elvis generally had like really good taste and a away. I wonder if his greatest talent was as a curator. You know like he had a gift for being able to recognize what was good and synthesize it into like one thing that he did in a very unique way. If you look at elvis. His early life. I feel like it takes a really crucial turn when he turns thirteen. That's when his family moves to memphis which is of course one of the great american music cities of all time and this is around the time that like alba's hanging out in local juke joints in watching live music. And he actually got to know. Bb king a little bit at this time like this will. This was bb. King was also really young and before he was famous. Elvis also started playing music around like the public housing complex where he lived so you starting to dabble in performance. But he was basically like a loner. At this time he had long sideburns. He had like long hair for the time. He slipped it back kind of like a truck driver at the time and he was like a real sort of econo- class at his school he didn't sink publicly until nineteen fifty-three that's when he entered a town show at his high school. And you later say that. Like i wasn't popular in school but then i entered in this talent show and when i came on stage i heard people of rumbling and whispering and so forth because nobody even knew i could sing. It was amazing how popular i became in school after that. I can just picture this. It's like the scene in the bio pic about elvis. He starts to become the king. It all begins at this moment. But the scene. I would've always assumed that would have been a bio pic is actually a myth. Everyone knows this. This story of elvis. Going to sam phillips sun records in august nineteen fifty-three to you know the myth is that he went to cut two songs as a birthday present for his mom. That was sort of the story that was put around. Which is you know. Very much in the elvis image. Being this like sweet mama's boy in fact he showed up just because he was ambitious guy. <hes> the author peter guralnick. Who wrote the definitive elvis memoir last train to memphis <hes>. And the other part to called careless love <hes>. He talks about there was a much cheaper recording machine down the road like a general store so elvis just wanted to make a song you know record for his mother for a birthday he could have done it much cheaper and easier down the street so he definitely had his sights on being discovered when he showed up to to sun records and the <hes>. The receptionist tried to get a gauge. On what kind of musician was and asked him who he sounded like. I love his reply. Said i don't sound like nobody. Which is a hell of an intro. And you know very true. Sam phillips was in that day. The guy ran the company receptions like what she heard and left a note for phillips saying to hold onto this guy so for a few months phillips. Wasn't really sure what to do. With elvis. there are few failed auditions that he went on with other groups <hes>. Working as a trucker for time and some musicians the audition for basically told them to stick to his job. They really weren't into his sound at all. Sam offered him a few songs to sing. It didn't really click with his vocal style. Until elvis and the sort ad hoc band that phillips put together just started jamming and screwing around and between takes and they started messing around on a song. That's all right. Mama and sam phillips new good thing when he heard it and that became elvis. I hit and the ad hoc ban that that sam put together with with bill. Black and scotty moore which became the you know the iconic elvis backing band so elvis is on his way right now to fame and fortune and we all know the story after that. Jerry lee lewis. He's not yet famous at this point but he's basically moving like on a parallel track. Alvis now jerry lee lewis. He was born in fair day. Louisiana in nineteen thirty. Five the same year as elvis. Elvis was born in january of that year. Jerry lee was born in september so like nine months or so separates them at that time so very close in age like elvis early was born into poverty. He was raised in the christian faith and he was drawn to music at an early age. Actually his parents mortgage their house to buy jerry. Lee a piano and like elvis. Jerry lee grew up singing gospel music and while they had a similar christian background. I feel like their take on christianity. Was much different. Like if you listen to like the gospel records at elvis made. They're very much like sort of talking about the afterlife. In this very sort of like peaceful and tranquil kind of ways looking at like the holy spirit as being a way to sort of save you to deliver you from darkness whereas like jerry lee definitely of the fire and brimstone variety of christianity. Like where he was very focused on sin and hell in the devil and where you desire is intense and like the punishment for desire is intense and you can see how these contrasting views spirituality. We're gonna define these guys as they move forward you'll lee would actually like talk later in life about how you wanted to be a preacher at one point and his cousin of course is jimmy swaggart which i don't know people so remember jimmy swaggart like in the nineteen eighties. He was a very famous televangelist and he actually ended up getting busted in the red light district in new orleans for messing around with ten dollar prostitutes. Yeah jimmy swaggart and jerry lee. I think they both dealt with the devil. Shall we say yeah. That's a good way to put it so anyway. Jerry lee you know. He's getting his first exposure. Perform playing the piano in church. But by the time you know he's around fifteen or so. You started to get into trouble. Because he's playing like rock and roll versions essentially of hymns and this is also around the time that he earned his nickname the killer which is like one of the coolest nicknames i think in rock and roll like king of rock and roll that's a pretty cool nickname but like the killer to me is like untouchable and it's somewhat ironic given his eventual life. Because again like he was at one point accused of killing one of his wives but he insists that like he was called the killer because he was murdering people but because he was such a good musician. Like there's a quote in league. just fantastic. Natasha's jerry lewis biography hellfire or actually says that he hates that nickname but he said he's been stuck with it ever since he was a kid and he said i don't think they mean it killer. Lack kill people. I think they mean it musically speaking
"presley" Discussed on Pantheon
"Probably at the time he thought he needed alarm money because he was spending a lot but I don't know what do you guys think? Well, it reminds me of the deal, David? Bowie. Put together. I think in the early two thousands where they or maybe the nineties I, think it was a nice where they saw Bonn's against his royalties and. It solves the same problem big cash infusion but without. Selling the hermit rights and and it was a much smarter way to do it in a way Elvis and the colonel nineteen seventy three deal is really the first sign that. One. Or both of them are financially desperate because of their vices and their mishandling of money that this is the first time. The colonel's made a lot of. The deals ordeals deals that gave Elvis's are artistry short shrift but rarely did he signed a deal that put himself in a increasingly weakened negotiation negotiated posture going forward. So just thoughts on that. One and the one major thing that kind of resulted from that is the you know yet gave Elvis a cash infusion you know in the short term, but it opened up much later down the road as recently as two thousand eleven two, thousand, twelve something like that Elvis Presley enterprises his estate actually went after RCA and sued them for a essentially saying that the deal that they cut was you know not fair to Elvis and I. Think they did it under German law Just so that they could try to have the best case that they could and they they ended up losing that suit but I mean, that's how far reaching the effects of that were where his family his daughter and his grandchildren's still to this day don't get any royalties artist royalties anyway from his earliest and most popular recordings and Yeah. It's just one of those one of those things where you question Colonel Parker. And yeah, Elvis was complicit in there as well. But Colonel? Parker you know like we were talking about last time he's..
"presley" Discussed on Pantheon
"And, that's our live in Vegas nineteen, sixty nine with the full orchestra doing memories, which is just about as middle of the road as you could get in nineteen, sixty nine and I think that's a fun choice because you immediately see the influence that he's already internalized that kind of orchestration that that was new to him in a positive way back special and it's allowing him to broaden his Palette of will the NBA convincingly middle of the road, which is not something he'd ever been able to do before everything's What's just want to quickly jump in quickly. that. Memories he dropped it pretty quickly from his life set because apparently Sam Phillips. Set? Elvis? Memory Just. Close as the show just drops it like you're you're here any you sing memories and use basically kill the crowd. So just get rid of it and I guess Elvis took it to heart and wasn't there very long. And that's one of the that's one of those things where it's Elvis had a difficult time because most of the people that surrounded him were yes-men and so when he would get a criticism like that. oftentimes, it was coming from a well-meaning place but. It. Also I think to him maybe fell and I obviously we're not Elvis. Presley so we can say, but to me reading how the seventies progress and how he just sort of regresses into this isolation both creatively end socially it seems like people just didn't understand what he was going for and because it was just like, okay. Well, everyone else apparently knows better than I do he just sort of pass and this continues throughout the seventy S. he just sort of falls back on what's comfortable rather than pushing to something that's different or more out there even more contemporary and yet he does pull in some of these ballots and like you're you're trying to get me to their nate but. You see that in memories and then it's Progress Zip in nineteen seventy trans- in Nashville where he does the stuff for that's the way it is the documentary film and its accompanying soundtrack you gets Elvis Country you get love letters.
"presley" Discussed on Pantheon
"And the flip side to that like where you were heading nate with the idea that it's almost they've got a chokehold on it because they're holding all the cards like you said L., U. Elvis Presley cut and you're pretty much set for life and and that's you know knowing that at the time like he's having, you know hit after hit after hit. After hit in the early the late fifties in the early sixties I mean he's a Gold Mine and you know even today you look at, you know some of his kind of albums in the mid sixties and some of those were still go over the years have gone gold. So you know though songwriters are still receiving a ton of money you want maybe. Speaking, but you know it's still giving them some revenue that they might not have gotten from another artist, and so they've got away you know, do they hold onto that or do they get a cut of the Pie Great Irony is that because they've got this kind of chokehold on on things hillen range in colonel on Elvis they're never actually short on songwriters because people wanna cut of that Pie, but there may not necessarily be the best songwriters. The best songwriters might realize that Oh while I'm an artist and I'm going to, you know put my stuff to people who you know I've. been more than Elvis Presley and ease. Some of the staff writers would not necessarily give their best songs in promises human didn't give him save the last answer me for example, Sarah and I mean that might have been a time factor as well. But that's just the first great pomace human and they wrote things like Viva. Las Vegas little sister Moore's name which are wonderful Elvis songs but. Are Not, quite dot promises best work can I can tell you can we can we talk about the movie soundtrack material because thing to is The movie soundtracks kind of got conflicted with you know his general material and I I wish I could have been a fly on the wall for some of those conversations because I don't really understand other than you know you look at Jeb, lose and you look Blue Hawaii and they sell like mad way better than Elvis's back. You know the the more well, respect I mean I actually called the Elvis's backup. Elvis's best fifties album like stylistically kind of perfectly encapsulates everything great about Elvis a fifties, but it's much more polished but by by that. On the flip side of that, you have gi blues and Blue Hawaii and the fans are buying that up and so they essentially, you know colonel on Rca they go. Oh well, let's just do more of that and let's just have that be the music. The Elvis is known for in that singles are being pulled from. You know regardless of what the quality is even though a lot of times, those songs are written to fit scenes in a screenplay or to serve as title track for a movie in. Yeah. There's someone's some songs in there that that. Gurdeep, and I like, you know we really like follow that dream and we like Boston over baby Viva Las Vegas Like like speech shack from spin out. But that's a whole other. Story. But that does telling me I got a Q. and since we're here at this point I got a I wasn't going to do this. But I'M GONNA pull out one of the egregious clams if you will of the movie soundtrack period and I gotta do. The. Clam..
"presley" Discussed on Pantheon
"Obviously can't cover exactly what the ground macbooks did, but it did do a good job and unlike that they focused in on the music especially, both volumes but I don't yeah that that those are essentially my thoughts on both of those. And just before you have been I wanNA give the title of both growling breath just out of respect for the source material here. The first one is the last train memphis the rise of Elvis Presley which discussed last time. In this time, we're talking about careless love the unmaking helpless Presley go ahead just. Well isn't that the most. Apt title that He. You'd think that you know the rise and you would say the fall typically but ground's chooses his words carefully and It was deliberate that it was you know the unmaking because it's not just a fall. It's so much more complex than your traditional of what you would think of as a fall from grace that so many other artists had. It really was on a fundamental unmaking of him creatively of personally of him healthwise and it's a fascinating story that you know over the years. I. Personally felt you know. As an Elvis, fan you you start to feel like that era's a little over talked about compared to certain other eras of his life. people tend to like to view things that are you know more morbid we have a morbid curiosity but they're still so much here that's worth talking about you really can't get grasped the whole Elvis story without talking about you know everything from the army to his death. and. Yes. Aim with the searcher I mean and again like Gurdeep soon. The emphasis was really put the the focus back on the music and. Elvis the man to an extent but really try to pull pull away from exploring necessarily Elvis you know as A. Cultural Phenomenon from a larger perspective. It's really trying to you know serve like the Guralnick books did where you're getting almost a not not necessarily day by day but a a week by week or a month by month. Step through his life. And kind of follow that journey. Absolutely and GROMIT has I think a pretty. Apt Sentenced to describe the story of Elvis's inexorable decline what could almost be called the vanishing of Elvis Presley and that I think sums it up really well, and it's a painful story to really introduces the first words of the forward are this is a tragedy and especially after reading the first book and know for many Elvis fans obviously they love Elvis. But for those of us who are not maybe Elvis centric but just general music fans who really dive into Alvis with these books. And really appreciate just what an enormous force. He was an in a you watch the movies. Music, and you really begin to feel the incredible talent and vision of this young man. This wasn't just some. Idiot savant who happen to be good at music. This was a brilliant young man who took in influences like a sponge who happened to live in a time in place that was a crossroads of American culture and was open minded enough exceptionally minded coming from really really really racist time in place. Open minded to Buy Music Gospel, music white music country music, and had a vision of summing up this American music that he heard and expressed and embodying and his work in the fifties. Come. So close to accomplishing this, and then at the end of the first book, He's drafted into the army which is still..
"presley" Discussed on Pantheon
"Casts Join. NATO wrap up their discussion of Elvis Presley's life and career based on Peter. Guralnick careless love the unmaking of Elvis Presley an HBO's the searcher. Mate, Gurdeep and Justin discussed the long slow dissolution of Elvis Presley in the nineteen seventies the role of Colonel Tom Parker and the work and accomplishments of the falling king pop in those ear and enjoy. Total role. Wilcox once again, I'm joined by the hosts of the CAST, the best podcasts about Elvis just guzman and go deep lot Har-, and we're here to discuss Peter Guralnick's definitive biographies of Elvis Presley and the HBO The searchers. So we're GonNa try to tell the story of Elvis Presley in two hour long podcast. This is part to last time we covered the meteoric rise. And today we're going to cover the long grinding tragic fall gurdeep. Yes. General thoughts defining on welcomed back back the show I can't thank you and general thoughts on both the book and the documentary in their handling of what's generally treated as the second half of else's life. Well I think I mentioned this before the first volume I thought was great because it really covered some of Elvis's early life has parents early life, and then he had this big chunk where it goes from fifty two onward until. He goes to Germany right before he goes to. Germany. And he had a lot of detail and Gorell spent a lot of time documenting that rise. But then the second volume I felt was a little rush because he had to cover. The? Army? Life. Life. But then post army all the way to seventy seven and I think it was bit to condense for my liking. I'm sure other people would. Prefer that maybe. There's a lot here dig into me personally I thought three volumes would have been a bit better maybe go from army to sixty, and then a third volume from sixty to seventy seven. But that's just me. I did really enjoy the two books. I read the multiple times and. I enjoy them a lot it just I want more. That's essentially it, and then the search I thought was also really good that one..
"presley" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Presley two whatever happened beginning day sixties and the seventies also David Bowie was super important for me this moment still one of my heroes and these last thirty years that I've been doing music I have done so many things I I've done rock music but I've done also Latin roots music I've done electronically using is this so I can relate with these changes that we made in his career so in nineteen eighty four you co found it always this means he'll if you're thinking about Spanish language rock I mean in a lot of ways in ways the students who is like one of those pillars of the rock and the Spaniard would you say that will you need eighties something was happening all around Latinoamericanos from Spain everything was changing and in some countries started before some countries started later but there were a few bands that were.
"presley" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"If your account we we just launched with Jana Presley in Massachusetts we're heading out to the valley to work with Steven Horsford and we'll go anywhere we are called because I believe that the census is the story of our future and we have to stop treating it as an event and think of it as a legacy project we have to think of the senses not just in twenty twenty one were counted but twenty twenty one we're portion twenty twenty two when they updated and start planning for twenty thirty and twenty twenty three we have to believe that we deserve to be a part of the story of America because if we are not counted we do not count this organization I started as a told you have a long time was called the southern economic advancement project and to my mind is when the closest it here's to the call of Dr king because you see I hear about progressive policies in states where they have leadership that wants to see progress and I have these arguments with my friends who live in the north or the Midwest or you on the east coast who live on the west coast and say well you're not progressive because you're not pushing for accents that I'm trying to get why I can't fight for all when I can't get some and part of our responsibility especially in the Deep South especially in the southern region is to recognize the progress belongs to us too we're just starting a little bit further behind the finish line and so I started an organization called the southern economic advancement project because I believe that we can translate progress in the southern that we can fight for change right knowledge in the bridges that need to be built between idea and action by investing in the small groups who do work like helping the incarcerated get banking access when they get out who talk about black farmers losing up to ninety percent of the land that was once ours addressing young people who live in the poorest parts of our states were never asked about their futures we are going to do the work of policy because that is the work of just where do we go from here we go forward because on November sixteenth when I stood at another podium and said that I'd knowledge legal sufficiency of the election I also said that I cannot condone the system that on its face is wrong it is not true and right and proper I can acknowledge that the law is real but I don't have to say it's right and the way we move forward in twenty twenty is by believing that we deserve right believing that we deserve access an opportunity bike knowledge in that identity isn't a sin it is who we are and that politics is how we get what we need I stand here today in the legacy and in the story of the civil rights movement we're an ida B. wells in the Fannie Lou Hamer spoke to the power and where doctor king recognize that our greatest power sometimes as in our listing our voices when it seems hardest to be heard I'm here today because I believe that if we March on ballot boxes in twenty twenty and twenty twenty one and twenty twenty two with wi March on ballot box and we start writing down the names and the ideas and the challenges we face and we demand action from those we elect whether we like them or not if we March on ballot boxes we will get not what we deserve we will get what we desire and that is how we win in the future thank you so much I love this song we've got a turn on Mike's on I am fully might you're already this event took place at Morehouse College in Atlanta in January the speaker is former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams right now good evening it's.
"presley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"This woman I own a Presley says the civil rights movements is on going yes this federal government has created a category to further survey and police black activists called black identity extremism yes I am an extreme is about loving my people in the seaport district James R. O. hasta view Beezy Boston's newsradio more than half a dozen democratic presidential candidates spend part of MLK day in Columbia South Carolina senator Elizabeth Warren was among a group that walked arm in arm through the city streets and it urged voters to help realize Dr king's dreams America is ready to go forward to write the next chapter of our history the next chapter that will be an America where health care is a basic human right before a church service Warren and senator Bernie Sanders were seen shaking hands appearing to at least temporarily put aside their differences their recent dispute to be specific over whether a woman can be elected president The New York Times indicates twenty twenty is a year of the woman the times editorial board has endorsed senators Elizabeth Warren as well as any club chart it's an unprecedented move for the paper but editorial board member Merritt gaze says they're very excited about both choices Elizabeth Warren might be along with any club which are the best people to save the middle class and we believe that is the challenge facing today the board opted for Warren over senator Bernie Sanders should be seventy nine when he took office citing his heart attack last October they endorsed senator cloture saying she offers a voice for the middle the board criticize Michael Bloomberg for declining to meet with them and said it's time for Joe Biden to pass the torch they concluded by saying made the best woman when that CBS's Saralee Kessler reporting optim police are investigating a series of four break ins at local businesses over the past few months chief rich heard borrow says the first one happened in late August at a gas station and great road the most recent one happened shortly before nine thirty last night at a convenience store also located on great road police ask anyone with information to contact attacked is handling the ongoing investigation the trump administration is planning more action to help support Venezuela's opposition leader CBS news correspondent Kathy McCormick is traveling with secretary of state Pompeii I'll ever go to Columbia in a sudden meeting here with the Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Y. del Ponte pale wouldn't speak to specific sanctions that may be in the works but he's just travel to Berlin where he met with European leaders and insisted there behind the opposition why don't travel here in defiance of the travel ban and plans to head to Europe next and insists he has not lost momentum that the huge protests in Venezuela have died down now go I DO began his efforts to Alice president Nicolas Maduro a year ago pressure to ban horse racing is growing more and more after three horses died in as many days at California's Santa Anita Park and animal was put down on Friday after breaking his ankle during a race another horse was euthanized on Saturday after suffering a similar injury in a third race horse died yesterday during a training ride so far at least forty two horses have died at Santa Anita in California over the past thirteen months and now racing opponents are calling this state horse racing board to ban racing in the Golden State once and for all there could be a break in the investigation into the disappearance of Cal Poly student Kristin smart more than twenty three years ago John Siegal a spokesperson for the smart family notification by the FBI and the us San Luis Obispo county sheriff's office to the smart family that there could be a development announced in the coming weeks smart has been missing since may of nineteen ninety six when she vanished from our college dorm room her body has never been found and no suspect has been charged in her disappearance the jazz community is coming together and morning one of its great Grammy nominated saxophonist and composer Jimmy he began his career in the early days of be bop in the nineteen forties he recorded and performed with everyone from Miles Davis Dizzy Gillespie and John Coltrane to Milt Jackson Gil Evans and Ray Charles he also performed at the White House for president Bill Clinton back in ninety three he's died yesterday.
"presley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Own a Presley revealed that she has alopecia she will stand in front of the large crowd at Berklee college of music the seventeenth annual on song heroes breakfast or she will be the keynote speaker the breakfast will recognize those who contribute through arts education and activism in their communities the congresswoman announced on social media this week about the auto immune disease that she's been living with and hopes to inspire black women and girls to open up about their own individual experiences in the back bay Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's news radio a former city hall employee pleads guilty to bribery and tax fraud details coming up we'll tell you who it is in just a few minutes about your right right now it is a thirty three traffic and weather together starting with this Super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic in the threes rob any problems right now yeah we have a few tough spots Tina south of town one of them on route three doing utility work in the hand over area near route fifty three in because of the nature of the work the highway has to be temporarily closed at times to sometimes traffic comes to a stop and then it starts moving again route three both ways that's intermittent till about ten o'clock this morning immersing northbound delays starting around the north river coming up out of the Pembroke Norwell area in its sluggish in spots up towards fifty three in Hanover three southbound is starting to bunch up again as they hold traffic there and also watch for occasional restrictions on the ramp from route fifty three to route three south one twenty eight north is slow from one oh nine to a crash over the right side before one thirty five in Dedham the expressway is okay downtown no problems out west of pike is clear north of the city everyone looks good through Saugus three in ninety three you're fine tune from New Hampshire and keep in mind shuttle buses replacing trains on the Orange Line today between Selvin square in tufts Medical Rebecca WBZ's traffic on the three is rob thank you it is a thirty four plenty of clouds today and very cold high near thirty snow on the way late this afternoon and continuing tonight before mixing and changing over to sleet and rain near the coast however looks like most of Boston's western suburbs will have more snow and sleet we are expecting just about one to three inches of snow and ice in Boston cell shore and south coast three to six expected north and west of one twenty eight very windy tomorrow scattered flurries or sprinkles in the morning then becoming partly sunny and milder headed up to forty five Monday beautiful day plenty of sunshine high of thirty one more sunshine for us on Tuesday high of twenty eight and upper twenties on Wednesday right now partly cloudy seventeen degrees in Randolph twenty one eleven Sir nineteen in Quincy and sixteen in Cambridge Brookline boss and it is eight thirty five a former city hall employee is caught on camera accepting a stack of cash and bribery the globe reports that in a photograph filed in federal court late Friday John M. Lynch is shown grabbing thousands of dollars in cash as part of a corrupt bribed the photo was dated October twenty eighteen Lynch was a city employee for more than two decades until he resigned in August he.
"presley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Be on a Presley when a statement said voter suppression and discrimination have no place in a just a Mach Chrissy and goes on to say all voices deserve to be heard and honored at the ballot box regardless of race religion party or socio economic status possible topic for the next presidential debate senator Elizabeth Warren going on the offensive when it comes to transparency and taking aim at her primary rival people to judge senator Warren talking about budget holding a closed door fundraiser saying he should open up the doors so that anyone can come in and report on what is being said or and went on to say no one should be left to wonder what kind of promises are being made to look to people who can pony up big Bucks to be in the role of bully judge adviser tweeting that if war and wants to have a debate about transparency you can start by opening up the doors to the decades of tax returns she's hiding from her work as a corporate lawyer yesterday WBZ's Jim McKay into Hampshire had a chance to speak with people to judge one of the topics impeachment of president left the house with no choice he's abused his power in ways that require accountability but as a presidential candidate I don't have any say or any power in that process what I am part of this the process to replace this president and bull judge says it is time to unite now the time when we got to come together as a country move past what's going on in this White House and I'd meet a lot of folks who say that they usually vote Republican but they're going to support a system former secretary of state John Kerry says the strongest candidate to lead the country is Joe Biden the two thousand four democratic presidential nominee joining Biden earlier in Iowa WBZ TV says Kerry spoke of how he saw Biden help former president Obama make some of the toughest and loneliest decisions by name Kerry will be in New Hampshire on Sunday the White House telling house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler it will not take part in next week's hearings to consider articles of impeachment against the president CBS's tiger vero reading a letter sent by council adopting articles of impeachment would be a reckless abuse of power by house Democrats and would constitute the most on just highly partisan and unconstitutional attempted impeachment in our nation's history whatever course you choose as the president has recently stated if you are going to impeach me do it now fast so we can have a fair trial in the Senate and so that our country can get back to business when I was counsel also calling the entire process on fair to president trump six thirty a time to get a check of the business world and Wall Street and rule day is at Bloomberg news service could be coming soon to Google designed to keep people safer slash gear is reporting a feature appears to be coming to Google maps so but help people who rely on the app for walking or bicycling avoid potentially unsafe areas users have requested the Google offer the ability to limit walking and cycling routes to once a feature well lit roads alleys and walking paths and are more likely to have other people around events of a percent for wall street's main indexes traders cheered sign from the economy including better than forecast readings of job creation unemployment wages and consumer sentiment the.
"presley" Discussed on Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery
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"presley" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Many of the Democrats are in Italy they are in Venice right now I'm quoting from all see and why is it coming and my best Intel says that they are at the hotel Danielle never been to Venice well if you're not careful you can run into a lot of vermin in Venice as well I mean citizens right there on the on the water but that's where they are doing whatever they're doing on their on their vacation but I I will guarantee you they're sitting around in their little I I'm sure they have multiple reactions one of their first reaction all wow this is great troubles really stepped in and like David Axelrod first reaction you throw blows isn't twenty twenty this is why and in some anchor at CNN started crying on the air when he heard about this and I think that Alison Cammarata did too in truth you know what this is this is trump treating Aleister Cummings like everybody else okay Mister Cummings you're gonna come up you're gonna rip my cabinet to shreds personal you're going to try to ruin these people personally and you're going to try to do it to me these lies about how kids are being treated at the border that they're in cages that there are there are there are separated from their families and that trump Presley is exacerbating the circumstances so that the word will spread how bad it is and nobody else will try to get here nothing could be further from the truth that's not who we are yeah Democrats talk about our values that's not who we are we don't do that Cortez is called these detention centers concentration camps you put yourself in trump's shoes and I'm surprised that he hasn't reached his limit before this but this was the last straw and there was no racism what so ever the idea that you can't criticize an African American politician without being a racist is something that we've got a nip in the bud as.
"presley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To leave and I on a Presley should go back to their own countries all but one Omar were born in the US democratic presidential hopeful Kamel Harry is absolutely racist and un American and it is an old pro go back to where you came from you might hear it on the street that you should never hear them for the president of the United States CBS's Errol Barnett president trump has been trying to exploit policy cracks between Nancy Pelosi and the more progressive members of our caucus for the past week but the house speaker stood up for the so called squad and said democratic unity is that power CBS news updates I'm Deborah Rodriguez following threats of large scale raids on undocumented immigrants over the weekend those raids largely failed to materialize especially here in Boston's about some places like New York New Jersey and Chicago did see an increased ice presence but it appeared to be routine enforcement six oh two now locally of violence summer continues in the city of Boston a man fighting for his life this morning after being shot overnight in Dorchester police found him lying wounded in the middle of the street of a suspect in a deadly hit and run crash over the weekend in Lawrence will be arraigned today from his hospital bed in Boston Celine Manuel Lima of Lawrence lost control of his vehicle after police say he took off during a routine traffic stop an eight year old girl killed in that crash for others hospitalized with serious injuries Lima now faces several charges including manslaughter and motor vehicle homicide and in Brockton this morning four troopers heard on route twenty seven they were at a stop and struck by a vehicle all of the state troopers are expected.
"presley" Discussed on KPCC
"King is about Elvis Presley. But it's hardly a straightforward biography. It's more of a cinematic quilt enter cutting archival footage with modern day interviews, many of which were conducted with musicians in the back seat of Elvis's Rolls, Royce, while the filmmakers, drove it across the country. Down drag Rena. The documentary has a Grammy nomination for best music film and directly join me in studio to make the case that Elvis Presley's life mirrors, America itself. What could be more American than Elvis Presley who better represents the American dream here. You have a country boy from the Mississippi, delta, the poorest of the poor who because of his own talent and his own persistence, and vision and ambition and all those good things rises to become what the king what more could fulfill the American dream than that. So as Elvis grows up, we watch Elvis in America work in parallel. They both rise like a meteor. They both end up with power for which they're not prepared. They both struggle with the undertow of that power. And so they start reaching out for all kinds of quick fixes to deal with these fractures of the soul. And as we look ahead into how this world has to be made better. We ourselves have to make ourselves less seduce people, but our by money and buy other things that are quick fixes. I want to talk a little bit about cultural appropriation and a black music by Elvis in the movie. King of rock and roll.