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"rechy" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

06:06 min | 9 months ago

"rechy" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"And then again after the Bills pick in round one, and, of course, Friday at noon, Steven, I'll be right back here in these chairs to break down round one of the draft and prep you for rounds two and three on day two. Steve. There are some names that are being listed by some of the NFL national reporters as guys that could be drafted earlier. Then anticipated one of them. You'll be happy to know is Oklahoma Center Creed Humphrey, who we've mentioned as a possible late first round pick. That could be an option for the bills if the cupboards bare a corner and edge rusher There are some other names Northern Iowa offensive lineman Spencer Brown, who wowed people at the Senior Bowl. He is moving up boards. Oregon safety Jovon Holland, who I like a lot. I think he's a very versatile player. I actually like him a little bit better than the TCU safety who many people have at the top of the class at the safety position. Trevan marriage Holland. I like even better than him on then Notre Dame offensive tackle Liam Aiken, Berg largely seen as a right tackle, not super Athletic, but long Assignment sound more of a technician and pretty good in the run game as well. They're expecting him to go higher. And then there's Auburn wide receiver Anthony Schwartz, who's a blazer. I can't remember his 40 time off the top of my head, But let me see if I can find it. And then Ah, Those are some of the names that NFL network's in rapid port listed. I saw early on in our process, you know, early on to say a month ago, uh In less. Liam Aiken. Berg was mocked to the bills at 30. Yeah, on a multiple mock dress, and then he disappeared for some reason. I don't know why. But He's like He's one of these 683 15 guys, you know, real tall Rechy guy, but he was on the radar for the Bills and 30 a month ago to Anthony Schwartz. Who was a receiver at Auburn. Six FT. £186. Ran a 4 to 50. That is moving pretty fast. It seems fast to me. 4 to 5. How big is he? Six FT. 1 86 really. He's AH, largely seen as 1/4 round pick. Has pretty good hands in terms of size nine and 3/8 inches. 31 a half inch arms that's a little short, um But, yeah, it's interesting. It seems like Auburn Steve over the last several years seems to get these athletic Or physical, measurable type players, but they're not very refined when they get to the league. Duke Williams is an example of that, Um And there have been others in recent years. Although DK Metcalf hit the ground running, as did a J. Brown those guy but elite physical, physical measurables for those guys. Anthony Schwartz doesn't check quite as many boxes as those two studs do. At six ft. 1 86. But he certainly does in the speed department. My goodness, 4 to 5 that jumps that that more so than anything is the one quality that will get you that will turn heads, no matter how big or small you are. And you know, the bigger you are and you run those things. It's tangible. Rounds up the board that you'll go. Yeah, that's what is it 61? That's That's Big What is the MPH? Once you start getting into the 42 fives like what is top spin? We talking 18 19 MPH 20. No 21 Tyree Kill ran. What? 21 Something last year, the 40 yard dash. These guys are running the 40 yard dash in about 18 to 20 steps. Yeah. And So When you get out there, you'll see guys started to run it in 18 17.5. You know that kind of thing. That's That's way I counted. Those guys get on they started. And that's why these big, tall guys who can run fat, they drew it in fewer steps because they just cover more ground with longer legs, taller bodies, But it's you get out of fort for two. I mean, it was unheard of in my in the day and age in which I came out and this was hand time, which are always faster. Then electronically timed Nobody was getting near for three, let alone 1/4, too. You couldn't get nearer for three. You couldn't get near it especially electronically timed. Really GALT might have been exception. Olympic Renaldo Nehemiah. Yeah, those were the only guys running that get you. Yeah. Yeah, those really those with absolutely running those times. Then you get Dion. He popped down his snap one off. Early and he was a special athlete. You never really saw Bo Jackson run a 40. But that guy could explode. He had some legs like tree trunks had unbelievable explosion. So But he was £235. Okay, You got it. And I said this earlier in the day. I started early on that. But you got guys running after the every kid running after the ice cream truck during the 43 these days. They're they're coming and they're everybody's doing it. How does that happen? Yeah. Something the water. Maybe Maybe it's in the ice cream. Who knows? Let me get some more of that. So I can keep running 43 and chase that I keep. I'll keep that research. How about this one? Steve, I'm going to throw you for a loop with this one NFL network's in Rappaport has just said Update on a former first round pick, Tim Tebow recently worked out for the Jaguars. We know the connection there. Urban Meyer, who formerly coached Tim Tebow worked out for the Jaguars, and there has been a least some discussion. Of signing him. Oh,.

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"rechy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"rechy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is very bold of me, and now they want to do another 25. That'd be great. But let's put the 1st 25 1st budget resolution could start as early as next week without bipartisan support. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he's willing to move ahead by using the budget reconciliation process to pass from the new Administration's covert 19 priorities and as delicate terra ABC NEWS, Washington and 802 before we check traffic arraignment delayed now for a Marshfield woman accused of murdering her husband yesterday, Christine Reach he was arrested after her husband, Michael, was found with stab wounds. First responders brought him to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Now today in court, Rechy collapsed in the courtroom during her arraignment. We don't exactly know why at this point, but we do know that the proceedings have now been pushed back until Monday. Also, we've learned tonight that Michael was a Boston firefighter rescue company to tweeting today they were saddened to hear about his death. Asking everyone to quote. Please keep Mike's family in your thoughts and prayers. You know? Three. It's time for traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. It's going on now, Michael. Well, nice and quiet out there right now and the call, but we start downtown with the North bound O'Neill tunnel. It is pretty slow inside. There had been a minor crash right by the exit of the tunnel. It's gone. The delays are easing out pretty quick, just a bit slow inside. Like I said. Things were good elsewhere. The lower deck of 90 three's fine you for coming in from the north Tonight. The leverage connected the Tobin Bridge. Storrow Drive all check out. Okay as well south of the city. Things were great on the expressway now, either in or out of the city. You are good to go on the expressway Route three on the shot South shore speed limit right here between Weymouth and Plymouth. All the Cape Highways were good and so are rich 24 95 south down towards the Rhode Island line Up to the North fell Not a lot to complain about here. The upper end of 1 20 Eights wide open. I've got 30 minutes between the mass pike and Route one in Peabody Route One itself is good. So is that upper stretch of 4 95 out to the West. Here? We're, too was clear on who conquered and acting tonight and the Mass turned by trouble free out towards 84 in Sturbridge. My king Wbz 24 hour traffic network. Thank you very much. My friend will check the forecast in 15 seconds. You want to retire in the next five years? Don't miss Certified financial planner Matt Pack from S H p financial.

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"rechy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"rechy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Force today in the streets of Boston. They demanded better compensation and a chance to get their jobs back. They've been out of work down for nearly a year, first furloughed shortly after the pandemic hit, then never recall toe work. They've exhausted their unemployment benefits. Many have fallen behind on their rent. Beatrice Tourists had worked the barrier Copley for 23 years. We are asked him for a better compensations, and they tried to return to our works once a business get back So far, we have an answer. I have no answer off them. So we are super in the difference. And as the pandemic continues to weigh, heavy, the workers say this year appears to be is bleak as the year just passed. Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's news radio 606 arraignment today delayed for a woman from Marshfield, accused of murdering her husband. Esteem. Richie was arrested yesterday after her husband, Michael, was found with stab wounds was brought to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead Now today in court, Rechy collapsed for reasons unclear at this point was proceedings now pushed back until Monday. We've also learned tonight, though, that Michael reach he was a Boston firefighter rescue company to tweeting today. They were saddened to hear about this. Asking everyone to quote. Please keep Mike's family in your thoughts and prayers. The White House now looking for what it calls creative ways to come up with public support for the next round of covert relief President Biden's plan with a price tag now of about $2 Trillion, and that is not sitting well with some Republicans in the Senate. They say it's simply too expensive after passing trillions in relief before this earlier today, the president was asked if he supports passing this relief through reconciliation support,.

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"rechy" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"rechy" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Diego. It is 57 degrees, starting a little chilly, just a little bit, but it'll warm up nicely. Co going to use time is 7 52, and it is time for extra. 13 16, Fox Sports and Ben Fletcher, Starting off of the MBA, Kyrie Irving made his return to the birth Lynette's last night, marking the first time that Irving Durant and hard and have all played for the nuts in the same game. Irving poured in 37 points, but it wasn't enough to slow down Colin Sexton and the calves is Cleveland wins 1 47 to 1 35 in overtime, and then we'll be the Padres officially welcome former Pittsburgh Pirate Joe must Grove to the starting rotation. Must grow went to grow Smart high. It will likely be the number four starter for the Padres behind Yu Darvish, Blake Snell. And do Nelson lament New Padre Joe Must Grove. That's the ultimate dream. You know, anywhere you play. You're trying to win a championship. But you know, no championship wouldn't be more than one for my own city and I am Ben Fletcher. With extra 13 60 Fox SPORTS San Diego Actress Christina Ricci has received domestic violence restraining order against her estranged husband, James, Hear it again. Under the order here, it again must a 100 yards away from reaching and won't be able to visit their six year old son. He also has to stay away from the family's dog. Rechy filed for a restraining order Tuesday, claiming she was physically and emotionally abused by here again, she says the abuse started in 2013. Mm. How Alex Trebek's final. We coasting Jeopardy tops the ratings. Michelle Pelino has the story reached the final week of Jeopardy without stir back as host was the number one syndicated program for the week of January. 4th. The game show had its most watch week of the season with 11.1 million total viewers. Trebek's final show January, 8th averaged 14 million viewers in it. He addressed his millions of Hands. We're trying to build a gentler, kinder society, and if we all pitch in just a little bit, we're gonna get there. Ken Jennings followed Trebek's exit as guest host with Katie Couric and Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers on tap his guest host until a permanent host is announced. Social media fans of a wounded police dog. Cheer on is recovery. Here's Kristen Goodwin. He's one lucky dog and a fighter. This, says my tic tac.

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Christina Ricci obtains restraining order against husband after alleging 'abuse'

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Christina Ricci obtains restraining order against husband after alleging 'abuse'

"Received domestic violence restraining order against her estranged husband, James, Hear it again. Under the order here, it again must a 100 yards away from reaching and won't be able to visit their six year old son. He also has to stay away from the family's dog. Rechy filed for a restraining order Tuesday, claiming she was physically and emotionally abused by here again, she says the abuse started in 2013. Mm. How

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"rechy" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"rechy" Discussed on WTOP

"Work. The police officer involved in the shooting of Jacob Blake will not face any charges. No Kenosha, law enforcement officer in this case will be charged with any criminal offenses based on the facts and the law's Kenosha County district attorney Michael Graves Lee, the officer is white. Blake is black and was shot in the back last summer seven times. Lake is now paralyzed Hours earlier period entered not guilty pleas to all the charges today in their attorney for Kyle Rittenhouse entered a not guilty plea for him. He's the teenager who is accused of shooting and killing two people during protests against the Blake shooting. He says he shot them in self defense with control the Senate on the line. All eyes are on Georgia as they elected. They're two U. S. Senators. Corresponded scholar Henry reports, Voters in Georgia went to the polls, He cast ballots in two Senate runoff races with national consequences. You're gonna be close. I'm we don't know who's gonna win you. Philip Harrison already voted today he drove his neighbor hadn't brought him He thought one of voted Republican Senator David Perdue is facing off against Democrat Jonah's off, and Republican Senator Kelly Lefler is going up against the Reverend Raphael Warnock. Both Democrats have to win to flip control of the Senate. President elect, Biden says if Democrats win both seats, Congress will approve $2000 stimulus checks for Americans that could help stabilize the pandemic Wrecked economy. CBS News has learned. Vice President Mike Pence and President Trump met today over lunch at the White House. It comes after Mr Trump says his vice president has the power to override electoral college votes tomorrow from the presidential election. But he does not. The vice president presides over the counting of electoral votes of the capital on Wednesday, and President Trump declared on Twitter that Mr Pence has the power to reject fraudulently chosen electors. He does not, and there is no credible evidence of fraud. A senior administration official tells CBS News. The vice president understands he has a fidelity to the law and to uphold the Constitution. They say he has prepared for this moment by studying the relevant sections of the Constitution. And Tracy. CBS News, The White House A second dose delay, CBS NEWS Medical contributor. Dr David Egas, son Why the World Health Organization has given the green light to hold off on giving second jabs of the Fizer vaccine. If you delay the second shot, you can vaccinate more people with that first shot. So instead of holding a second dose for patients who can actually double the number of people back to the give everybody a shot. And then within three months give that second shot A good day on Wall Street. The Dow gained 168 points NASDAQ Up 1 20 S and P gaining 26. This is CBS News. If you need to hire you need indeed, indeed immediately delivers quality candidates from our resume database when you upgrade your job post get started at indeed dot com slash credit 503 Double d T o p on this January 5th 2021 We have cloudy skies from mixed precip in some spots and 39. Good afternoon. I'm Sean Anderson and then Hilary Howard. Our top local story comes from downtown D. C. That's where thousands of President Trump's supporters are gathered soon before Congress tallies the electoral College votes tomorrow, W T. O P S Luke Lurker has been watching the demonstrators, some of whom stayed in place through the rain and sleet. Luke joins us live on Skype. What's happening down there? As you said, Hillary. It was raining and sleeping a little earlier and it is wet and it is cold, But thousands of President Trump's supporters are still out at Freedom Plaza. The focus of today's rally is the long shot hope that Congress will overturn November's election results. The crowd can be heard chaining, stop the steel and do not certified and as you can expect they have been critical of President elect Joe Biden but also of many Republican congressman They say are not defending the president. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was mentioned as well, a South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham, and Senator Tom Cotton from Arkansas. But some GOP senators are getting high praise like Senator Josh Holly. He was the first senator that said he would object to the election results, but the focus very much remains on tomorrow's march on the capital. Where one speaker said. Millions will gather Luke Luke ERT w T O P News. Alright Luke, meantime, Montgomery County Executive Mark L. Riches, the latest local leader to encourage folks not to go into downtown D. C during the protests of in the next few days. In a statement, he says he's worried that a volatile situation could get out of hand. He's asking you in his words to let Congress do its job and let the police protect Congress against whatever threats may evolve. No other leaders, including D. C Mayor, Muriel Bowser have also asked you Not to come into D C to counter protest anytime The National Guard is on the streets of the nation's capital to help police with crowd management and traffic control. During the protests, the D C guard is standing with local police at all of the city's metro stations. Police say the guard deployment lets them focus on responding to any violence that erupts and there will be increased police presence of downtown churches following a request from Asbury United. Methodist, It's black lives matter. Banners were Torrente down and set on fire. Members of the far right Proud Boys Group are accused of doing that during last month's protest and a D C. Magistrate judges just ordered Enrique Torrio, the head of the proud boys released from jail, Whoever Cario has also been ordered to stay away from the district, including during tomorrow's pro Trump rally. When Torrio appeared before D C. Superior Court Magistrate Judge Rene Raymond this afternoon, she paused proceedings, ordering him to place a face mask over his nose. Barrios lawyer requested his release. The government requested a stay away order. Both were granted and he was freed on personal reconnaissance. Torrio was arrested Monday by DC police while riding in the back seat of a Honda. Traveling in the third Street tunnel. He faces a charge of misdemeanor destruction of property. Timeto, a black Lives matter, Banner tourney. When the Asbury United Methodist Church and set on fire plus a charge for felony possession of a high capacity gun machine. He's not allowed back to the city until his next court dates on the morning of June. 8th, Matt Small W T. O P. News, Maryland and Virginia are seeing major delays in the rollout of Corona virus. Vaccine data from the Virginia Department of Health on Monday showed that fewer than 90,000 vaccines have been administered barely 20% of the state's current shipments, according the Richmond Times Dispatch, governor Ralph Northam is office said that Virginia Main problems right now are around. Data reporting. Maryland has given out more than 65,000 doses of the Corona virus vaccine as of Monday, according to state health departments. Dashboard that's just over 1% of the state's population centers for Disease control data shows Maryland has vaccinated just over 1000 people out of every 100,000 ahead of just 10 states. Mike Rechy, a spokesman for Governor, Larry Hogan, told the Baltimore Sun that the governor warned the launcher be slow after the federal government was setting all kinds of expectations about the vaccine..

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"rechy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"rechy" Discussed on KOMO

"Connected and stay informed. The comb Oh, morning news. Good morning. It is sick. So too. It is still wet here in Western Washington. Right now in Seattle, getting some light rain It's 46 degrees, along with Greg Herschel time mad. The factor. You're the top stories from the coma. 24 7 News center. New cases of covert 19 remain high here in Washington, especially over the holiday weekend. We get the update from comas Brian Calvert. The State Health Department has reported approximately 8000 new cases of the virus confirmed over the New Year's holiday weekend. And even though the number is expected to increase next week, once we begin to see the impact of all who traveled Dr Chen Rechy told our news partner K to have a kind of a reserved optimist. Optimism. The vaccine isn't the on Lee reason for the optimism. Simply put, the holidays are over. And he says most of us have no plans to travel for the next few months and that that will help. Then there are others. Many people at a Hyatt, they lose their God. Against the those hygiene safety. He continues to be concerned that many will interpret vaccine availability to mean you don't need to cover your face any longer, Dr chief says after getting the vaccine safety protocols will be needed to continue at least through the spring and into summer. Brian Calvert colonias. People are wondering when they can get the covert vaccine. Well, here's Dr Nathan Slicker Who's an emergency medicine physician at ST Joseph's Medical Center in Tacoma. We need to deliver a vaccine as as quickly Asses possible. But how quickly that delivery turns out to be is dependent on several things like precise federal deliveries and efficient use of existing doses that have been sent out to facilities. So far, the state says the federal government's deliveries have been a regular We do see that this is going to improve as we get through some of those initial Hey, cups if you will or challenges Right now many doctors we have spoken with project the majority of us will get vaccinated by the summer. The Department of Health says it's following the advisory committee on immunization practices to help them put together their list on who will get vaccinated. That ends up being remains to be seen. Our goal is to vaccinate millions of people in 2021. That's gonna take a lot of coordination and fast action on all of our parts to get it done. The state believes as we get deeper into 2021, they'll be able to fix some of those early hiccups in order to get us on the right path. In this vaccine distribution taking place for covert 19 almost popped him reporting coming up on the comm all morning news, restarting the governor's power to issue emergency proclamations. Conservatives issuing a new Number of proposals ahead of the session. I'm Carleen Johnson. I'm Frank Lindsay. A price cap on insulin may make it more affordable for many Washingtonians. It's 604 right now. Traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Kierra. We are working with a serious crash in rent in north bound four or five near sunset that continues to block two left lanes. So you are struggling. From the Valley Freeway into that area. If you're traveling from South center to Bellevue, it's running you about 40 minutes right now, North bound 167, often on slowing at a Southerner into Pacific and then you'll crowd again approaching Willis Street. And then when these backups on four or five, we're starting to build on north and 167 as you're approaching 405 north. Then if I've been busy through Tacoma City Center, and then we have often on slowing out of federal way into ceatec. Often on slowing again in Seattle, traveling between that West Seattle Bridge and the Convention Center, and it looks like we have a new issue North bound 99 just north of Royal Bram. We haven't obstruction that's blocking your right lane. Our next Cuomo traffic out 6 14 traffic This time is sponsored by only or throw the world class physicians and only or Thor now offering robotic joint replacement options, so you don't have to take a long, stressful drive to Seattle or Portland. Robotic joint replacement options at only Ortho. Only Ortho has your back nearly your hit. Do you get it? Only orthodox Com Now for the forecast meteorologist Kristen Clarke saturated soil leading to a landslide risk and standing water in the fields or reverse creeks and streams still running fairly high. No wonder we've had over 2 to 3 inches of rain the past several days and now more today, the widespread steady showers of this morning eventually break apart. Two more scattered rain with a few peaks. A son here and there this afternoon, but another impactful snowed is for our cascade pass. Says, making travel difficult at Snoqualmie, where an additional foot of snow will falter tonight in the coma, Weather center and meteorologist Kristen Clarke, right, just about everywhere here in Western Washington is 47 into coma in every 46, a sea tac airport 46 degrees. Travel was very slow over Snoqualmie pass last night because of the heavy snowfall. It was glued in completely the massive improvement for drivers compared to Saturday. When an hours long closure shut. I 90 down from North Bend all the way to Allen's Berg as crews battled 26 spinouts atop the pass. You really had to be careful because there was so many people that were stuck, but that's no transforming into an ice rink at school. Most Cara costume it's.

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"rechy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"rechy" Discussed on KOMO

"Finest, also featuring Nick Burrows, Shiven Rechy, Bonjour, Boakye and Grammy nominated singer Lanista Randolph. Everyone's wearing masks, even those outside. Um and you can bring food is B y. O. B Or you can order food. You know, it's just the kind of nice to feel like you're at a picnic picnic watching the show. And or you mean your card. They bring the performances of the 1984 film toe life with their vocals and passion by the end of the show, Man, People are dancing in there up on their seat, and they're out, you know, screaming to the top of their lungs because we all have a bunch of stuff we just need to release Radio Park is not only creating a great event to go to, but it's also helping creatives through the uncertainty of the pandemic, providing work and a sense of purpose to not only the singers but also the band, the stagehands, producers lighting it. Sound concessions. The list goes on. We don't have jobs as arts workers, you know, so number one to be able to do. A show in the pandemic is just a blessing. It's a job in the city of dreams at a time. It's gone dark When you think about pandemic relief arts relief was the last and it's the least but we are a huge part of the workforce. Executive producer Jeremy Shepherd self funded the project in planning He wanted to ensure there was a safe space 20,000 square feet where we place 50 pick me Damn. So that is really socially distance. The tables are each in their own mark Box 12 ft Apart. One per group. Guests can also rent one of the 50 parking spots. They're both options. $100 a girl. People are afraid everyone's afraid people are celebrating. Everyone's celebrating. So be able to feel secure and celebrate. Feels like Oh, my gosh, Maybe we're getting some place..

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"rechy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"rechy" Discussed on KOMO

"Has changed cities across the country in New York Broadway shows her stalled until may of next year. But as the expression goes, the show must go on. NBC's Lionel Louise tells us how one group has found a way to do that. Broadway is alive in New York City through the sounds of one of the most iconic performers. Prince this show is It's really like elaborate concert series. Aaron Marcellus plays lead in purple Rain. It's part of the new Broadway at the Drive in Syriza Radio Park in a story of Queens to see the movie played on then, when the songs come where they're like Thanks. So then costumes and everything. See, you know, you can kind of put yourself into the film cast on stage with Aaron some of the entertainment industry's finest, also featuring Nick Burrows, Shiven Rechy, Bonjour, Boakye and Grammy nominated singer Lanista Randolph. Everyone's wearing masks, even those outside. Um and you can bring food is B y. O. B Or you can order food. You know, it's just the kind of nice to feel like you're at a picnic picnic watching the show. And or you mean your card. They bring the performances of the 1984 film toe life with their vocals and passion by the end of the show, Man, People are dancing in there up on their seat, and they're out, you know, screaming to the top of their lungs because we all have a bunch of stuff we just need to release Radio Park is not only creating a great event to go to, but it's also helping creatives through the uncertainty of the pandemic, providing work and a sense of purpose to not only the singers but also the band, the stagehands, producers lighting it. Sound concessions. The list goes on. We don't have jobs as arts workers, you know, so number one to be able to do. A show in the pandemic is just a blessing. It's a job in the city of dreams at a time. It's gone dark When you think about pandemic relief arts relief was the last and it's the least but we are a huge part of the workforce. Executive producer Jeremy Shepherd self funded the project in planning He wanted to ensure there was a safe space 20,000 square feet where we place 50 pick me Damn. So that is really socially distance. The tables are each in their own mark Box 12 ft Apart. One per group. Guests can also rent one of the 50 parking spots. They're both options. $100 a girl. People are afraid everyone's afraid people are celebrating. Everyone's celebrating. So be able to feel secure and celebrate. Feels like Oh, my gosh, Maybe we're getting some place.

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'Purple Rain' continues Broadway at the drive-in run in New York City

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:27 min | 1 year ago

'Purple Rain' continues Broadway at the drive-in run in New York City

"Has changed cities across the country in New York Broadway shows her stalled until may of next year. But as the expression goes, the show must go on. NBC's Lionel Louise tells us how one group has found a way to do that. Broadway is alive in New York City through the sounds of one of the most iconic performers. Prince this show is It's really like elaborate concert series. Aaron Marcellus plays lead in purple Rain. It's part of the new Broadway at the Drive in Syriza Radio Park in a story of Queens to see the movie played on then, when the songs come where they're like Thanks. So then costumes and everything. See, you know, you can kind of put yourself into the film cast on stage with Aaron some of the entertainment industry's finest, also featuring Nick Burrows, Shiven Rechy, Bonjour, Boakye and Grammy nominated singer Lanista Randolph. Everyone's wearing masks, even those outside. Um and you can bring food is B y. O. B Or you can order food. You know, it's just the kind of nice to feel like you're at a picnic picnic watching the show. And or you mean your card. They bring the performances of the 1984 film toe life with their vocals and passion by the end of the show, Man, People are dancing in there up on their seat, and they're out, you know, screaming to the top of their lungs because we all have a bunch of stuff we just need to release Radio Park is not only creating a great event to go to, but it's also helping creatives through the uncertainty of the pandemic, providing work and a sense of purpose to not only the singers but also the band, the stagehands, producers lighting it. Sound concessions. The list goes on. We don't have jobs as arts workers, you know, so number one to be able to do. A show in the pandemic is just a blessing. It's a job in the city of dreams at a time. It's gone dark When you think about pandemic relief arts relief was the last and it's the least but we are a huge part of the workforce. Executive producer Jeremy Shepherd self funded the project in planning He wanted to ensure there was a safe space 20,000 square feet where we place 50 pick me Damn. So that is really socially distance. The tables are each in their own mark Box 12 ft Apart. One per group. Guests can also rent one of the 50 parking spots. They're both options. $100 a girl. People are afraid everyone's afraid people are celebrating. Everyone's celebrating. So be able to feel secure and celebrate. Feels like Oh, my gosh, Maybe we're getting some place.

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"rechy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"rechy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You know, as I think about a lot of the things that my business, my personal business, my consulting business advertising agency production house by my suite of businesses that are all kind of interlocked. What we do for small businesses. Ah, lot of what we see with our clients. A lot of what we see when we look inward has been this really, really weird mix of opportunity. There's been a fair amount of fear going on, but swill optimism as well. And I guess you know the thing that Ah, that really brought it all into perspective for me. Was six weeks ago in July, when I tested positive for Cove ID, and I'll tell you it was. It was kind of weird the way that it went down for me having caught in Ah, relatively mild symptoms on then the symptoms going away pretty quickly than testing negative and then But really, you think about how much should it Went on in my head moors in what was physically measurable right now. I don't want to minimize The The real suffering that that has gone on in the in the world around this, but for me, I consider myself grateful on lucky that Ah, the batch that I caught was relatively mild and it came in and went quickly to course through all that. You know, First thought is, you know one of the songs we will play at my funeral, and you know who's going to get my led Zeppelin Box said. Who's goingto my going to be Queens? My, my Les Paul guitar, too. You know the important things in life. But once that that the initial shell shock of that came and went, you know the thing that I was left with his business owner. This thing in the degree to which perception Informs reality, and that really is a degree to which perception is reality in so many ways. I don't want to get overly Rechy about explaining everything that goes on in the world right now, But I will say from From a guy who specializes in marketing communications for three dozen clients, coast to coast and across Canada. The thing that we do is we frame expectations. In the minds of the customers because that perception right in the beginning that ah really leads to what ultimately becomes the brand essence. That we're looking to advance in our marketing and our communications are social media and YouTube videos and websites and on and on and on. This is one man brand radio on K. LBJ back and better than ever After a bit of a cove, it pandemic induced hibernation, some of which I can write off to actually catch in the bug. In July and then getting that cleaned allowed in August, but a lot of it to was, you know, we had some really good conversations with with business owners about how they're dealing with things going on. We can have some more of those later. Couple of my favorite entrepreneurs in town, Scott Stacy Feller run several businesses around town. They're going to join me on the show a little later on. Catch up with them, but it felt good. Tio air. Some of those Greatest hits episodes that had come out, You know, because our business kept pretty busy, you know? Ah, you know if I were to trace the trajectory of March When the poo poo hit poo poo back on Friday, March, 13th you had to cancel a trip of where I was supposed to be on March 17th. But then as I was, I think, through sort of march and April being the real craziness and then And in May in June and July, we started a claw back by July, 4th. Things weren't were sort of into this zone next chapter, and then we survived this summer, and now we've We've got these cooler temperatures here in Austin, and I just feel like there's ah, real sense of You know optimism in the air that even though there are ah There's certainly a lot of people that are are feeling some uncertainty about what's still going on. And with the election coming up on the whole, my clients are mostly pretty optimistic. About what's going on. And you know the it's the thing you know, for a business advice standpoint, but this is sort of a life. Advice standpoint, a recovery advice standpoint, This is Zen Buddha meditation advised, But really a lot of it is just about What can we control and what we have to let go because there's so much in the world right now, as business owners and human beings that is just flat out out of our control on And I think that you know for me you're in the advice that we give to our clients. It really is today. I'il that in man's circle the perimeter about what do we have control over, you know? Through marketing, communications and messaging. I think early on it was about conveying the people that we we were in step with with CDC protocols and distancing insanity is sanitation and on and on because there's a little bit of ah of a boomerang on that as well. Where Pretty soon if that was all we were talking about in our advertising and marketing. We were running with her. You always lose if you're you know. If what you have to say about your business is the same as everybody else thing. You're kind of doomed from the get go and I'll tell you it's It's kind of a strange thing. When people aren't I don't have a lot of experience. Let's say with advertising or with marketing. The unconscious fallback is well, What do my competitors as sound like, or what is the business is my category from a car dealer? Well, what are the car dealer ads that I admire the most right? That might be bad industry but heating.

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"rechy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"rechy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You know, as I think about a lot of the things that my business, my personal business, my consulting business advertising agency production house by my suite of businesses that are all kind of interlocked. What we do for small businesses. Ah, lot of what we see with our clients and lot of what we see when we look inward has been this really, really weird mix of opportunity. There's been a fair amount of fear going on, but swill optimism as well. And I guess you know the thing that Ah, that really brought it all into perspective for me was six weeks ago in July when I tested positive for Cove ID, and I'll tell you it was. It was kind of weird The way that it went down for me haven't caught in. Ah, relatively mild symptoms. On then the symptoms going away pretty quickly than testing negative and then But really, you think about how much should it went on in my head Moors in What was physically measurable right now. I don't want to minimize The The real suffering that that has gone on in the in the world around this, but for me, I consider myself grateful on lucky that Ah, the batch that I caught was relatively mild and it came in and went quickly. Of course through all that. You know, First thought is, you know one of the songs we will play at my funeral, and you know who's going to get my led Zeppelin Box said. Who's goingto my going to be Queens? My, my Les Paul guitar, too. You know the important things in life. But once that that the initial shell shock of that came and went, you know the thing that I was left with his business owner. This thing in the degree to which perception Informs reality, and that really is a degree to which perception is reality in so many ways. I don't want to get overly Rechy about explaining everything that goes on in the world right now, But I will say from From a guy who specializes in marketing communications for three dozen clients coast to coast across Canada. The thing that we do is we frame expectations. In the minds of the customers because that perception right in the beginning that ah really leads to what ultimately becomes the brand essence. That we're looking to advance in our marketing and our communications are social media and YouTube videos and websites and on and on and on. This is one man brand radio on K. LBJ back and better than ever After a bit of a cove, it pandemic induced hibernation, some of which I can write off to actually catch in the bug. In July and then getting that cleaned allows in August, but a lot of it to was, you know, we had some really good conversations with with business owners about how they're dealing with things going on. You could have more of those later. Couple of my favorite entrepreneurs in town, Scott Stacy Feller run several businesses around town. They're going to join me on the show a little later on. Catch up with them, but it felt good. Tio air. Some of those Grease hits episodes that had come out, You know, because our business kept pretty busy, you know? Ah, you know if I were to trace the trajectory of March When the poo poo poo poo back on Friday, March, 13th you had to cancel a trip of where I was supposed to be on March 17th. But then as I was, I think, through sort of march and April being the real craziness and then And in May in June and July, we started a claw backing by July, 4th. Things weren't were sort of into this zone next chapter, and then we survived this summer, and now we've We've got these cooler temperatures here in Austin, and I just feel like there's ah, real sense of You know optimism in the air that even though there are ah There's certainly a lot of people that are are feeling some uncertainty about what's still going on. And with the election coming up on the whole, my clients are mostly pretty optimistic. About what's going on. And you know the it's the thing you know, for a business advice standpoint, but this is sort of a life. Advice standpoint, a recovery advice standpoint, This is Zen Buddha meditation advised, But really a lot of it is just about What can we control and what we have to let go because there's so much in the world right now, as business owners and human beings that is just flat out out of our control on And I think that you know for me during the advice that we give to our clients, it really is today. I'il that in man's circle the perimeter about what do we have control over, you know? Through marketing, communications and messaging. I think early on it was about conveying the people that we we were in step with with CDC protocols and distancing and sanded his sanitation and on and on because there's a little bit of ah of a boomerang on that as well. Where Pretty soon if that was all we were talking about in our advertising and marketing. We were running with her. You always lose if you're you know. If what you have to say about your business is the same as everybody else thing. You're kind of doomed from the get go and I'll tell you it's It's kind of a strange thing. When people aren't I don't have a lot of experience. Let's say with advertising or with marketing. The unconscious fallback is well, What do my competitors that sound like or what is the business is my category from a car dealer? Well, what are the cardio ads that I admire the most right That might be bad is treaties but heating and air conditioner, maybe jewelry stores, furniture stores or whatever. We kind of have this is unconscious, You know, knowledge of Ah, this sort of unwritten law. This is what ads for that business look like that category look like So it's kind of a trap that we his business owner's consent for ourselves. When we go Teo to branch out because in marketing and in life and in business, you have to dare to differentiate. That's what What we do with our clients, and this year has proven the admirable foil and staying the course with with that and standing out from the pack. So that's what we do inside my business. The brand guys, my hand selected self selected group of insiders. Okay, hands, elected and self selected, right? We help business owners here in Austin, all across Texas in the United States, You're a handful of good all those good old Canadians, even though we can't fly up there right now. And if your business Is in need of what we do. We'd encourage you reach out to the one man brand hotline tonight. Leave us a message. 5128085775. If you're really, really good at what you do, and you know, all you need is It'll help telling your story, Man. You're you're a match made in heaven in the offing with the Wizard of ads Group of my brand. You guys don't hesitate to hit us up or you can find us through the one man band radio website. So there it is. Okay, Check this out. Quickly Break Mohr to come on the show. It feels good to be back here on the radio. Saturday nights. I'm resegregate. Thank you for being here tonight with us on one man Radio brought to you by Hoover's brought to you by GC Plumbing Sit tight show will continue next. His radio K. L. B. J. 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"rechy" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"rechy" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Manak on I Heart radio. What's happened in rock and roll lovers. It's Andy West. Let's get it started. We'll kick it off this week in 1975 where Steven Van Zandt makes his first appearance in concert with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street band Thiss Week in 1982 survivors started a six week run at Number one on the U. S singles chart with Eye of the Tiger taken from the film Rocky Three. Survivor won the Grammy Award for best lock performance for the song. Thiss week. In 1983 the police kicked off the North American leg of their Synchronicity 107 Date World Tour at Comiskey Park in Chicago. The police also went to number one on the US album chart with synchronicity, which spent a total of 17 weeks at number one, Thiss week in 1990 with a bevy of special guests. Roger Waters performs the wall at the former site of the Berlin Wall, which came down eight months earlier On this week In 2010 John Fogerty performs center field at the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremonies, where he donates his guitar shaped like a baseball bat. And that's when it went down. You're Rocco manak on my heart radio. It is that time of the week when we stopped talking at least very, very briefly about the serious issues of the day about those stories that, you know. Get us down. Make us depressed. Make us angry. And focus on the stories that make us laugh, make us sometimes weep for the future of humanity, but always always always Make us say how bizarre. Here's a guy you do not wanna mess with under any circumstances. A Slovakian mixed martial artist broke a Guinness world record when he was filmed, throwing 322 punches. In one minute. And if I can't show you the video, obviously, but my goodness, his fists look like bodice too good. His Pistons. Hubble truce Off, said he trained for six months with a routine that involved Crossfit power, lifting an interval work before officially attempting the record. He said he had to make sure to comply with Guinness rules requiring each punch to be a full extension punch. Meaning his arm fully extends with every blow, so this couldn't be like he's working the speed bag he has to actually throw. Ah, full punch. The athlete who has been practicing martial arts since he was six years old. Captured the record for most punches in 60 seconds with 322 punches in that time, period. That's just that's artist to goodness incredible, and I would like to announce that I have hired him. To deal with producer Dave. Whatever he screws up my sound bites. Like now, get Popil in here. Where is Pavel? A Rhode Island man said he's unravelling the mystery of a message in a bottle. That he believes traveled all the way from England. Broken. Rechy said the letter addressed to Rina Of locating its author, he said. I really Island. Although this might be a cool thing. Just keep it. Go and see if we can get it all the way down to like Brazil or something. Rare orange Lobster is well making waves. I had no idea that lobsters could be orange, but apparently they can in New Jersey grocery store trying to find a new home for that lobster to make sure it does not end up on a dinner plate employees at the stop and shop store In Toms River said they noticed one of the lobsters in a recent shipment that had an orange coloration similar to that of its cooked brethren, but was still alive and, well, the grocery chain said the lobster is not for sale. Officials are trying to find a suitable home for the rare crustacean. A spokeswoman said The story's been in contact with the Rutgers University Department of Agriculture and Natural Resource is about potentially taking lobster. We here at the Dan O'Donnell show would gladly take little pinching and we promise we will treat him well. He will get all the butter he wants to play around in will make him warm, Babs. And we promise he will be delicious. I mean, I mean, well taken care of well taken care of Now this story isn't so much bizarre. I mean, it is rather bizarre, but it's it's more just cool, and it's a testament to just how Close friends could be and just how much people from Wisconsin keep a promise. When Tom Cook and Joe Feeney agreed to split their future lottery winnings years ago, the friends didn't think they're handshake would mark a multi $1,000,000 agreement? The story from U. S A today. Says last month Hook check the numbers for his June 10th Powerball ticket and discovered he had won $22 million. He didn't hesitate. A handshake is a handshake man, Cook said of the arrangement. In an interview with the Wisconsin Lottery. The lottery confirmed yesterday that Cook and Phoebe are in fact splitting the prize. They're pack is so a pact is so old. You ready for this? Feeny couldn't exactly remember when it started. He guessed that dated back about 20 years. In a release. The lottery traced the deal to 1992 when power ball was first offered in Wisconsin. He said. Whenever the big winner comes, we're going to split it so we buy every week. Not really thinking it could happen, Feeny said. The wind came against steep odds. Chance of hitting the Powerball's grand prize is one in 292,201,338. Vini recalled learning the news from his buddy cook, and this is how I could tell instantly. These guys air from the main ASHA area could tell instantly that they're from Wisconsin Feet is an average fisherman. And when Cook called and said Okay, we've we've won $11 million buddy, he says, and I quote Are you jerking my barber? Gotta love Wisconsin. Ladies and gentlemen, that is our weekly look back at the strangest stories of the past seven days here on the Dan O'Donnell show in a little segment that we call Where's the Where's the punching guy? You screwed up my bites again? How the punching a guy..

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"rechy" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"rechy" Discussed on WTOP

"Governor Larry Hogan wants people voting in person for this November's elections. That's not sitting well with the state's attorney general, who says the Corona virus pandemic isn't going anywhere by then. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, said Governor Larry Hogan's plan to hold a traditional election with in person voting at polling places across the state. Puts voters and poll workers at unnecessary risk. While the Corona virus pandemic quote is burning out of control for said the governor should instead call for a vote by mail election. That would send ballots directly to voters. Michael Rechy, communications director for governor, Hogan suggested Frost assed proposal would suppress the vote by closing polling precincts. He said. Under Hogan's plan, early voting and voting by absentee ballots would be actively encouraged. Kate Ryan W GOP News, a West Virginia postal carrier, has pleaded guilty to altering mail and requests for absentee voter balance. Thomas Cooper entered the plea in federal court and Elkins to attempted election fraud, an injury to the male, the U. S attorney there, says Cooper was charged in May after eight Malin requests for absentee voter ballots had their party affiliation altered. Cooper admitted to a postal inspector that he changed some of the request from Democrat to Republican. He said he did it as a joke and that he didn't know the voters involved. Encumber County is setting aside money to help cover the cost for businesses that are starting to reopen. The county Council approved what is called the reopened Montgomery Business Assistance Program, which will provide $14 million to businesses and nonprofits that air spending money to comply with state and county Cove. In 19 health guidelines for those eligible, the county will reimburse each business or nonprofit up to $5000 in expenses. The companies and nonprofits must be primarily based and do business in the county and first time apply. Here's to cover these kind of costs, which had to be incurred between mid March and a month after the county start of phase three of reopening, which has yet to begin. Ken Duffy, W GOP News and Metro is gearing up to restore more service says the region gradually reopens. Has anyone in your business stop travelling to work for an extended period between March and now? There's anyone teleworking. Two different groups of people have staggered schedules, alternating hours or days of the week. In order to be successful, We've got to be one step ahead of ridership spokesman Dan Stessel says. Metro wants to hear from bosses and workers expect to go back before September. D expect to go back sometime later in the year in the fall, it would not be until 2021. All that is helpful information you can find that survey. W t o p dot com Search SERVE A Christian KING w T o p news Just ahead in money News PC is overvalued, but not overpriced. I've Jeff plays Ball 1 20 for the following is a paid commercial message. Superheroes air, usually fictional characters like Superman and Wonder Woman, But it vehicles for change are superheroes are really people like you individuals with a car.

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"rechy" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"rechy" Discussed on WTOP

"Good morning. I'm Sandy Coz l, the top local story. We're following this hour, the latest arrest in connection with the murder of an 11 year old boy in D. C on the fourth of July. Christian Wingfield is the second suspect to be arrested. The first was Darryl Bond. Oh, they're facing murder charges, charging documents say when neighbors heard shots after 1/4 of July piece cookout put on by violence. Interrupter Crystal McNeil, Some thought it was fireworks. Others, like a DC firefighter who saw men running with guns thought they were toys because they had green lasers, not red. But they were really charging documents. A police don't know why At least four men, including 18 year old Darryl Bond, and 22 year old Kristin Wingfield, opened fire hitting 11 year old Davon McNeil in the head and killing the boy. Charging documents say quote. There's no evidence to suggest that any individuals posed a threat to the defendant's at any point a shooting the week before, let DC police to assign an officer to monitor Cedar Gardens, 24 7 on July 4th. That officer left the area to help on another call, and two minutes later, McNeil was killed. Meghan Cloherty. W GOP News. Another spike in violence in the district has metropolitan police looking for a number of murder suspect after three people were gunned down in separate incidents throughout North East E. C. Between 5 p.m. and eight PM Friday night. A woman and two males were shot to death in the city and the police union says those killings put Deasy's murder rate more than 20% higher than it was at this point last year, when the murder rate reached the highest. It's been over a decade. The union using those stats to push back on people. Calling for cuts to the city's police department, which is otherwise seeing notable decreases in crime, violence and otherwise. The three Friday night killings happened in the Carver Langston neighborhood, North Capitol Street near the Fort Totten Metro and off South Dakota Avenue in the Woodridge neighborhood where four people were seen speeding away. John Doe manned w T O P News, Loudon County is considering a big change in policing. The Board of Supervisors says it will vote later this month on a proposal to create a Countywide police department. This would replace the law enforcement functions of the Loudon County Sheriff's Office, along with direct accountability of the sheriff to the voters. Released from the sheriff's office is critical of the idea, saying the initiative seeks to take away the authority of Loudon County citizens to select top law enforcement officials and places it solely in the hands of an elected Board of Supervisors, none of which currently have any local law enforcement experience share of Chapman calls this quote a reckless power grab intended to inject partisan politics into public safety. Sheriff says the estimated costs of the changes more than $20 million at a time when county government is expected to see a one up to $100 million budget shortfall in this fiscal year due to the cove in 19 pandemic. Maryland governor Larry Hogan wants people voting in person for this November's elections. That's not sitting well with the state's attorney general, who says the Corona virus pandemic isn't going anywhere. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, said Governor Larry Hogan's plan to hold a traditional election with in person voting at polling places across the state. Puts voters and poll workers at unnecessary risk. While the Corona virus pandemic quote is burning out of control for said the governor should instead call for a vote by mail election. That would send ballots directly to voters. Michael Rechy, communications director for governor, Hogan suggested Frost. This proposal would suppress the vote by closing polling precincts, he said. Under Hogan's plan, early voting in voting by absentee ballots would be actively encouraged. Kate Ryan w GOP News Coming up after traffic and weather a Corona virus APP challenge. It's 11 07 The following testimonials from a real green broke TMS patient Greenberg TMS as freedom from crippling depression that have lived with for my entire life after TMS. I now know.

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"rechy" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"rechy" Discussed on WTOP

"The shrimp net. CIA Petar Key met memorial and cemetery in Bosnia to remember the thousands of Muslim men and boys killed by Serb forces 25 years ago in historic massacre, About 6000 of them tried to escape through the woods and were buried in mass graves. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from w T o p 24 73 65. Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T O PR. It's Saturday, July 11th 2020 77 degrees hot and humid today highs in the mid nineties. Good morning. I'm Nick I Nellie the top local stories We're following this hour. Another person has been arrested in connection with the murder of an 11 year old boy in D. C on the fourth of July. Christian Wingfield is the second suspect to be taken into custody. The first was Darryl Bond. They're both facing murder charges, charging documents say when neighbors heard shots after 1/4 of July piece cookout put on by violence. Interrupter Crystal McNeil, some thought it was fireworks. Others, like a DC firefighter who saw men running with guns thought they were toys because they had green lasers, not red, but they were really charging documents. A police don't know why At least four men, including 18 year old Darryl Bond, and 22 year old Kristin Wingfield opened fire hitting 11 year old Davon McNeil in the head and killing the boy. Charging documents say quote. There's no evidence to suggest that any individuals posed a threat to the defendant's at any point a shooting the week before, let DC police to assign an officer to monitor Cedar Gardens, 24 7 on July 4th. That officer left the area to help on another call, and two minutes later, McNeil was killed. Second Cloherty. W GOP News. Another spike in violence in D. C. Has police looking for a number of murder suspects after three people were shot and killed in separate incidents in northeast between 5 p.m. and eight PM Friday night. A woman and two males were shot to death in the city and the police union says those killings put Deasy's murder rate more than 20% higher than it was at this point last year, when the murder rate reached the highest. It's been in over a decade. The union using those stats to push back on people calling for cuts to the city. Police Department, which is otherwise seeing notable decreases in crime, violence and otherwise. The three Friday night killings happen in the Carver Langston neighborhood, North Capitol Street near the Fort Totten Metro and off South Dakota Avenue in the Woodridge neighborhood, where four people were seen speeding away John Dome and W T O P News. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan wants people voting in person when the election comes around in November. That's not sitting well with the state's attorney general, who says the Corona virus pandemic won't be going anywhere anytime soon. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, said Governor Larry Hogan's plan to hold a traditional election with in person voting at polling places across the state. Puts voters and poll workers at unnecessary risk. While the Corona virus pandemic quote is burning out of control for said the governor should instead call for a vote by mail election. That would send ballots directly to voters. Michael Rechy, communications director for governor, Hogan suggested processed proposal would suppress the vote by closing polling precincts. He said. Under Hogan's plan, early voting in voting by absentee ballots would be actively encouraged. Kate Ryan. W GOP News, the largest school system in Maryland, is starting to release plans for students to return in the fall with partial Corona virus restrictions still in place. And just like other school plans we've seen across the region, Montgomery County Public schools is planning Ah hybrid approach, with students receiving a mix of in person and remote instruction when classes resume in August. Plan calls for students to be in school buildings at least two days per week. The families would still have an option for an online on ly schedule. The county school board is going to review the plan. During a meeting on Tuesday, a competition involving several universities challenged students and staff to come up with apse that would change the way we deal with the Corona virus. The covert AB Challenge put on by the University system of Maryland has announced six winners among them team breeze from the University of Baltimore. They're apt. The Koven 19 information and tracker. It uses Bluetooth to track users locations to share information and limit the spread of covert and a student from Towson University created the Cory Covert Bunny up it assists users with self assessments based on CDC guidelines and from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. The follow up up attracts the health of patients in isolation and allows doctors to follow up..

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"rechy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"rechy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"What the meaning of the word is. Is this anything? Rob Kendal? I'm going to run some stories your way You put that big, beautiful Brownsburg brain of yours to work. You tell everybody If this story is anything or not, let's do it. People are getting antsy. They're ready to get out there ready to travel. So an airport in Taiwan is offering up trips, the nowhere for the people who miss traveling. So what they're doing at this airport in Taiwan as you could check into a flight. Go through the security process, board the plane and then sit there for half a day. Just talking to people. Is this anything? Yes, dumb. They just want to feel like they're travelling under normal again, You know, go in the air. No, you don't go anywhere. No. You just check in and sit there. Yes, sir. And people pay money to do this. Yes, sir. Get us dumb. Ah. What if you're somebody that doesn't have a lot of friends And you like to travel and you're missing it This it may be better than just sitting at home, right? Called tender swipe right? They might not have tender in Taiwan, but I don't understand the point of all this. You just go and you go sit on a park bench and do the same thing for free. I'm with you on this. I'm just I'm trying to find an angle to be devil's advocate, and I just can't look at, you know, but I I hate flying and avoided like the plague. No pun intended, but but it was a terrible experience trying to check in and go what people missed this being wanted and scanned. And I mean, I don't get what they missed. The worst part about traveling is going through the check in right. They're making it sound like this is the best part to make you feel normal again. Like they give you a massage or something in the process. That was terrible. Why would anybody want to do this? So this is nothing. This is nothing. How about this? Four people won a contest. Held by some youtuber who calls himself Mr Beast. Now the contest was to see who could keep their finger on the phone. The longest. The price was $25,000. And after more than 70 hours, Mr Beast gave the final four contestants each $20,000. I have to the final four contestants on the phone. What do you guys want to say? You both just want 20 grand. Oh, my God. Thank you. So no problem, guys. It was three days. Go get sleep. Does anything? Yes, It's an incredible feat of strength and something that George Costanza's dad would've loved on Seinfeld. You've got to be careful with these types of contest because again I've been a promotions director and when you run these types of feats of strength or endurance things All it takes is for one bad thing to happen. And now you're on the other end of the lawsuit. I worked at a company called Intercom Radio. Remember the wee for we contest? I mean, I don't wanna laugh. There's a chick died here, but they made these people drink a whole bunch of water and see who could hold their p longest and they'll take home the Wii video game console. This is right when that came out Well, some chick held it held it held it and ultimately her body shut down and she died and the company had to pay the family. So, man, you've got to be careful when you're doing these feats of strength. What was the name of the contest? We four We hold your wee for week. Wow. That's a big was out in Sacramento. True story. I met you at intercom Communications Hammer. Yeah. You want to talk about the women that would call Jason Hammer on the weekends? Things they offered to do? Two here? A Britney Spears song. It was unbelievable. I said, That's the guy I want to be when I grow up was very popular. Is this anything? There's a guy named Nick Ritchie, and he deserves some praise because he was driving through New Haven, Connecticut when he saw the house on fire. And two people were already out on the front lawn. But he stopped anyway to make sure everyone is okay. It turned out there was a woman in a wheelchair still inside with her grandson. And my man, Nick. Barged in there and helped everybody out. I was just doing what any American would do. We all have to look out for each other. I noticed that there was no first responders there and, yes, there's people on the front lawn. But you never know what someone can't get out. There's a baby or kids, so it's the right thing to do that at least check to make sure everyone got out. Does anything? Yes, it's something for a couple reasons. First of all, America is an amazing place filled with amazing people. And all we hear these days is how much this country sucks. And it shows that we are filled with people who would literally offer their lives for their fellow man. In this case, a stranger It's something to because it sounds like someone we work with. Yeah, if you listen closely to that sound bite, Kyle, Can you play the guy driving by sound bite again? Nick Rechy sound bite. I was just doing what any American would do. We all have to look out for each other. That sounds like Ari that works here. That sounds just like Ari, who used to be our producer and then got demoted to work with Tony Cats on his Nebraska show. Take a Listen. I was just doing what any American would do. We all have to look out for each other I know is that there was no first responders there and, yes, there's people on the front lawn, but you never know If someone can't get out. There's a baby or a kid. So it's the right thing to do. And at least go check to make sure everyone got out. Though those who sound alike it's the same guy. The only way we know it's not Aria's Ari wouldn't dump a couple water on you if you were on fire. Much less run into a burning building. But yes, they sound identical. So here. I've put a little pieces of the two together. I had Ari recreate that statement, which you just heard. So take a listen here. Tell me if you can tell who is Nick from New Haven? And who is Ari from Butler? I was just doing what any American one day we all have to look out for each other I know is that there was no first responders there. Yes, there's people in front. I noticed that there was no first responders there and yes, there's people on the front lawn. But you never know what someone can't get out. There's a baby or kid, but you never No. If someone can't get out, there's a baby or a kid. It was the right thing to do that at least check to make sure everyone got to make sure everyone got out to make sure everyone to make sure everyone to make sure everyone got out. The same person, Sam, our Nigel show working. Hello. You've reached 901. I'm sorry that there's no one here to answer your emergency call, but leave a message and we'll get back to you as soon as we can..

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