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"red bank" Discussed on Epicenter
"Thus will have demand for leverage. And then the hub, yeah, it's like a, it's like a suburb where just governance and token you can't happen and manages all the outposts. Yeah, so one thing I've had interesting here, because spoken of sunny and when sunny would describe was sufficient for osmosis, he would actually be like, hey, look, this is kind of like a decentralized binance. And all of the functionality that binance has seen there launch pad, trading, marketing, in a way, described pretty similarly to how you describe Mars, right? But then obviously. In a way osmosis is sort of like covering this spot exchange functionality at the moment and focusing on that. And you guys take very different approach in terms of how to address it. So I think this is a very interesting in how you kind of have a similar long-term vision, but completely different architectures and at the same time kind of also like working together now. So yeah, it's very fascinating to see that. Yeah, it's a great question. I think we have pretty much the same exact vision as sunny of the centralized binance or decentralized FTX, which is also why it made a lot of sense to build there. And yeah, the way I see it is osmosis is looking to become the DeFi focused chain. And so initially, it was an MMM chain, and it was focused on spot, but I actually think osmosis vision is bigger. And the goal is to become a DeFi focused chain and to then have a bunch of different primitives launched on there to fulfill that binance like functionality. And so I think osmosis is not working on concentrated liquidity, which also moves it more away from the AMM, right? Because I think concentrated liquidity is unity three style concentrated liquidity is not really an AMM anymore. It's more like an order book. It really requires advanced users to be able to use that properly. And so I think there will be other protocols that emerge that provide the AMM like functionality that do the passive liquidity provision. And then Mars will provide the credit functionality that wraps around all the different use cases. There's protocols launching with levano. And a bunch of a bunch of others. So I mean, I think we have the same vision and our view is that there's so much to build to make the vision come true, that the best thing to do is to partner with really smart builders that can build the focus on building different parts of it rather than try and build everything yourself. And I think the opposite approach is something like DY DX, right? Where it's going to be their own app chain, they're also focused on the decentralized finance vision specifically on leverage trading and preps. But there are actually trying to build out the whole stack themselves. And they're an awesome team where investors. So definitely have a lot of respect for them, but it's just like a different approach, right? And it'll be interesting to see which one wins out in the end. Yeah, I'm excited. Maybe I guess to sort of wrap up the talk about Mars. Can you sort of you mentioned quickly like Mars V two? Can you sort of talk a little bit about the road map for Mars where is it at right now? What's coming next? Yeah. I think the next big launch for Mars is Mars V two, which will be the credit manager, which enables the credit account functionality
"red bank" Discussed on Epicenter
"Banks and stores for real estate. And then when you need to raise money or whatever you go into the city center, right? And so I think that's kind of how I see it happening with cosmos where you have osmosis injective neutron say kind of competing to be like these DeFi hubs, the city centers, and then you have a bunch of different app chains that are specialized in their own use cases. And there's already obviously like hundreds of them, but there's going to be more and more. And those are sit in the suburbs, basically, and connect to these DeFi chains via IBC. So I don't see DeFi apps themselves being built leveraging IBC. Just because of how slow it is, although there will be use cases for it, right? You see with osmosis, they have their swap. They're like crushing swap functionality that they call it an outpost, but it's very different from how Mars or ASTRO reports see an outpost where with osmosis, it's like if I'm on Juneau, I can swap through osmosis and all that happens is say I want to swap Adam for USD C, the atom is sent to osmosis via IBC. It swapped to USD C and then the USD C has sent back to Juno. Whereas with Mars, as report concept of an outpost, the swap would actually have to have the liquidity would sit on Juno and the swap would happen there so that it can happen fast and then you can do leverage on top of it and use it as part of collateral and accredit account and this kind of thing. Mars is also like the Mars hub, for example, is also one of those app chains, but it connects to those kind of marketplaces, city centers, where you think a lot of the kind of financial activity is going to happen. Yeah, exactly. I think Mars would want to be present anywhere as an outpost that would want to be present anywhere that it thinks might have a chance of becoming a financial center. And that will have and thus will have demand for leverage. And then the hub, yeah, it's like a, it's like a suburb where just governance and token you can't happen and manages all the outposts.
"red bank" Discussed on Epicenter
"With V two, that'll be kind of where the credit account functionality goes live. And then every specific integration would have a governance vote. So for example, if someone wants to go margin long, atom, that would be a specific integration where Mars would integrate with the a.m. on that chain, whether it's osmosis and in the case of osmosis or if it's elsewhere, some other AMM, and basically integrate that margin trading functionality instead of and set risk parameters for that as well. Like liquidation levels, max leverage, this kind of this kind of thing. And like, for example, the rates at which people can borrow and land, is that sort of a little bit like in compound or it depends on the supply and demand in its updated continuously based on that. Yeah, it's very similar to that. It's like a curve, like a kinked curve that tries to target some optimal utilization. And rates go up, kings at the optimization and then rates go up very aggressively to punish kind of illiquidity. We did play around with like a dynamic interest rate model using control theory, but it was just like too many variables to launch with to start, but I still think that's interesting. And yeah, there are other things that are interesting there too, but I think for now, Mars is using the kind of algorithmic formula. So you talked a little bit about sort of the components in terms of borrowers, lenders, what about if you look at it in terms of technical architecture? What are the components of Mars protocol, the technical components Mars protocol? I think Larry or someone would be best positioned to speak about this. But there's basically Mars hub, which is the chain level. Where governance happens, staking happens. And fees get sent there as well. Then you have the red bank, which is kind of like the aave or compound module where you can do lending and borrowing and the interest rate formula is enforced and all of that. And then you have the credit account, which will be its own module, which is called the credit manager. Which effectively manages all the different integrations of different borrowings that can be done with red bank assets. I'm sure someone like that could probably go into more depth, but that's the my understanding. Yeah, it makes sense. I think maybe also interesting to hear some sort of this Mars, I guess one of the first to have this happened spoke model with that you have. Do you think this is going to be the standard design for interchange applications? I think so.
"red bank" Discussed on Epicenter
"We've always been pretty long-term oriented and actually like Tara was a long-term bet when we made it like Tara, when we started building on it, it was nowhere near what it ended up. I was like, UST supply was under a bill. Well under a bill and so we felt that that wouldn't take off until there was some pressure on centralized stablecoins, which would take a while. And so I just wanted to kind of build towards that. Definitely didn't expect the success it had and think in hindsight, it's pretty apparent that anchor was a mistake keeping yield that high was a mistake. Yeah, and it was frustrating because I didn't get ended up being the mistake that every other algorithmic stablecoin made just aggressive supply to quickly. Compared to the base of real demand that there actually is. So yeah, I'd say that was the biggest lesson. And I guess building Mars back then and now building its own cost your own cosmos chain with it. Did you apply these learnings, would you say in practice in some sense? Could you give an example, maybe of how you yeah, it's a great question. Yeah, first of all, we always focus on like 5 years from now or like ten years from now when we're thinking about making these decisions. In terms of product in terms of protocol, and so one example could be when we were looking around for where to build layer twos looked really exciting. But realistically, layer twos are still extremely centralized, right? You're relying on a centralized sequencer. Most of them don't even have frog proofs in production of the CCK is very far away. And so for us, that was something that we didn't want to deal with. Like we didn't want to deal with those centralization risks and those potential technical technical issues. The same thing with kind of apt us and it was like they were exciting ecosystems, but still very early for us. And cosmos for us, the kind of cosmos SDK stack was super battle tested, right? Even tear itself, the collapse of terror was like kind of a notch on that stacks. Yeah, it made it, it's really robust. So that was like one of the big reasons why we decided to stay on cosmos and also why we decided to kind of or the project decided to launch our own chain because it's just like the way that gives you the most control and flexibility over what you're doing. And so yeah, I think that was a big thing. Also decided to kind of launch on osmosis because we thought that team was very long term oriented. There was, again, very battle tested stock. So that was an example of that coming into play. But I think in general, you can kind of see it in a bunch of small decisions that you have to make day to day about how to do things, whether to take shortcuts or not, you know, like if you want to list even listing something like STI, right? You see a lot of other money markets list that and just use the Oracle price. And that's like most of the time that might be fine, but there's some percentage of the time where D pags in the particle actually ends up with bad debt and Mars will never will never use take shortcuts like that. It's always going to be trying to do it the right way, even if it takes longer even if it means it's not as not a competitive, not as competitive product in the short term. Yeah, and there's, as I said, there's loads of, I think, when you're an exercise that we did actually at labs and which was really cool, it was just doing the values thing. Like I always thought that was just like corporate, you know, like a very corporate thing. Because most values are just sound bites, right? Like honesty or integrity or whatever. And I think the way to do those values right is to have values that actually have meaningful opposites, right? Where there could be, let's say you choose, for example, long-term oriented, some companies value like Facebook is shipped fast and break things, right?
"red bank" Discussed on Epicenter
"Came about? For sure. And so yeah, people get confused about Delphi. So we're all equal partners in kind of the three businesses, roughly, and then we all focus on different parts. So there's the research the ventures and the labs and different 7, we all focus on how different parts of the business. So yeah, lab started off, focused on consulting, so yeah, did some work with other stuff. And at some point we realized that we gained a lot of IP and built a really good team doing consulting and consulting tends to get a bit frustrating after a while, right? Because people don't always take your ideas on. And you just feel like you want to be in there building rather than consulting on how to build. And also it's just like sales cycles and gun charts and stuff, like at a certain point, you kind of get bored of doing all that stuff. And so we started thinking about our projects from scratch. And at the time, we identified kind of solan and terror as the two ecosystems we were most bullish on. Started building on both of those. But quickly kind of realized solano was way earlier and more difficult to build on than the terror. This was like an early 2021. Even getting your transactions included in a block in Solana back then was difficult and there was a bunch of closed source libraries and stuff that made it made of challenging. So we ended up making the kind of fateful decision to focus most of our building efforts on Terra. And that started off really well. We launched kind of as report first and then Mars on tera, yeah, they're pretty successful while Walter was successful. Asked report had about one to 2 billion in TBL. It was a top 5 decentralized exchange by volume within like a month of launch. Yeah, and had a pretty exciting road map planned and then Mars also had about nearly a billion in TBL and was, yeah, it was just getting kind of getting started when
Jose Macedo's Unlikely Journey From Poker to Crypto
"Is customary on every center, I guess the first question we asked generally is sort of how did you end up in crypto? So I think for you, this is a quite interesting story, so excited to hear a bit about it. Yeah, it's a long story. I started off playing MIT's kind of playing professional poker, which was the way that I first got into economics and game theory and stuff like that. Then I went to university studied politics philosophy and economics there. I started a couple of businesses, including very random businesses, like a cleaning company, a martial arts academy, all sorts of different stuff. And then actually someone came like a friend of a friend came to train at my martial arts academy in this person who still encrypted, and I think it doesn't like to be ducks. It has quite a big kill count as well in terms of getting people into crypto. But they kind of talk to me about Ethereum. And it just made sense to me pretty much instantly. I had heard about Bitcoin a bunch of times before. People had even offered to settle transactions back in the poker days in Bitcoin and stuff, but I just never bothered to look into it and also it wouldn't have clicked for me, I think the kind of just pure and unstoppable money thing, but the world computer thesis really, really did click for me. And so pretty much a week later, I had put everything on hold, like all the businesses and everything, and it was just kind of diving down the rabbit hole, reading everything I could on crypto and on monetary history and all sorts of stuff like that. And then yeah, I started working in this space pretty soon after just because I wanted to find more smart people to kind of learn alongside. Started off as an analyst at a company called amazings back in the days. I don't know if you guys remember that. It was like a community management company from the ICO days. I was just like speaking to a bunch of founders assessing a bunch of projects. We worked with like bancor and a bunch of other kind of cool projects. And I was writing research on my blog in my spare time and kind of connected through that with delfi had written
"red bank" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"red bank" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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"red bank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"red bank" Discussed on KCRW
"Putting warning systems on roads so that people don't accidentally dried into deep water. And of course, the last thing that can be done is You know, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions quickly. If the earth stops heating up, heavy rain will stop accelerating as well. NPR's Rebecca Herscher Thank you. Thanks. This is NPR news. At 7 42. This is KCRW news. Good morning. I'm Matt Gillum. Also, um Lake in Sacramento is so low because of the drought that you can snouts see a lot of things that are usually underwater. Devin Swart would is with the California state parks, he says. Even remnants of an old town called Red Bank have emerged and that town gold Rush era town that was largely agriculture, so wine grapes. Things of that nature. You can now see stone walls, building foundations and other relics of the town. So what would says people are welcome to come check it out. They just can't try to take a chunk of history home with them. It is important to remember when you're exploring this area and and actually any California State Park. Anything you find in a California state park should stay in the park. So and any items that you find if you're out at the lake, uh, need to stay there. Remnants of Red Bank and other historic town sites like Salmon Falls and Mormon Island were submerged in Folsom Reservoir was filled back in the 19 fifties. You're listening to KCRW KCRW sponsors include who blew, presenting the Handmaid's Tale starring Elizabeth Moss, Bradley Whitford and endowed.
"red bank" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Went to school for a while in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, True story. The things you learn on New Jersey. 11.5, For example, the traffic No Bob Once again, let's revisit the very latest travel times heading on home from the shore if you're heading up the Garden State Parkway between Ocean and Monmouth counties. From l B I at exit 63. It is a one hour 30 minute trip Back up to the Raritan Tolls and from exit 98 in Belmar. It's about a 55 minute ride back up to the base of the Driscoll Bridge. Lot of slow traffic now coming up through Tinton falls right around 15 that runs into the Red Bank area. We've gotten slow on route 34 into Farmingdale and route 18. North Mandalay is going up into the Marlboro area. Obviously, a lot of folks still heading home from the beach is 2 37 gets tough at a seaside in the Toms River 35 northbound jam through brick into Manilow. King more delays and point Beach back up to Brielle and then 34 through Wall Township That's gotten slow back up to the parkway at exit 98. We're also still hitting the brakes in the southern portion of the state. North beetle is coming out of Cape May County from Strathmore up two summers point and the expressway westbound traffic just beyond route 73 in Winslow more stop and go heading into Deptford on 42. Now you're Delaware crossings. Not too bad. The Walt Whitman and the Ben Franklin pretty light this afternoon. So no delays. They're leaving the state. We've got about 5 to 10 minute delay for either tunnel across the Hudson 15 to 20 at the George on either deck. And two issues on 2 87 right now bumper to bumper traffic in Edison. After exit number one. They've got three lanes shutdown for a crash cleanup involving a fuel spill and then further up the line on 2 87. They're doing emergency pothole repair work in Morristown. Two lanes. Shutdown bags at 36 traffic every 15 minutes. Next report. 4 48. I'm Jeff from New Jersey. One of 1.5 Jersey radio. Keep it coming, man. Keep it Real New Jersey one at 1.5. Casino pier in Breakwater Beach and Seaside Heights, has deals and discounts all summer long checkout casino pier dot com To get details for specials on Ride, responds Water Park admission, eat and play and more know before you go, how to get more Family fun this summer. 2021 is the 25th anniversary of the Telecommunications Act. 1996 the last comprehensive update to Internet regulation. The Internet has experienced more than a few.
"red bank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Wow. That was fun, man. I love that kind of stuff Me to, uh, Fourth of July, Rob chatter. What do you What do you have? Two of my daughters could burp a sailor under the table? That's that's my my son, who just he was living with this for a short period of time after leaving college. Is he forgets? He's not living with his buddies. Now, all of a sudden, he'll just be eating something is like bra. Ah, and his mother is like, Hey, dude, what He's like. Oh, sorry, Mom. I'm waiting for the buggery eating contest before you go, boy. You know it's coming. Uh, you know it's coming. He's might he be my retirement plan if that would come soon. Wow. I can hear the headlines now champion of the booger eating contest. Roman Williams from Cincinnati, Ohio. He was two finger in it all the way. Yeah. Oh, my God! 14 green monsters. Y'all are nasty. And they could do it in Boston in front of the Green Monster. That's where you have the contest. Yeah, that would work, Man. We got a promotion going on. What are we traffic Rob? Because this is this is too much fun That's going downhill from there from the UC Health Traffic Center. You see, Health is the region's leader in cancer and neuroscience care. This is science and in science lives. Hope where there's plenty going on on the highways right now. They cleared an accident. North 71 as you approach the Ronald Reagan traffic there, recover. Bring from Red Bank southbound heavy from the Ronald Reagan to Montgomery Road Eastbound to 75. An accident approaching 75 Sharon Bill, the center lanes blocked your slow towards 7 47, now an accident in Kentucky on eastbound to 75 near Dixie Highway. Your delays at the Brent Spence right now, 16 minutes northbound from past Dixie Highway, But before that, your stop and go from Mount Zion to Donaldson so I had plenty of extra time there. And speaking of plenty of time you've got about a 30 minute delay on the southbound side of the Ohio River from of just south of 74 to the Brent Spence Bridge. South 71 heavy past Martin Luther King down to 4 71. I'm rob Williams News radio 700 wlw The forecast from a 700 wlw Weather center forward tonight some clouds, then clear skies overnight. The low.
"red bank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Eight o'clock report on Brian Combs breaking now. You could run into trouble as you head out this morning accidents in a number of places the worst right now, Jack Knife Semi that has happened. 75 South and Northern Kentucky. Is that the Burlington Pike exit in Florence, causing a long back up, Chuck will have more in traffic. And just a minute. Don't just listen to the rhetoric. Look at the actions because the rhetoric does far has not been matched by actions. We were promised bipartisanship as a path toward unity. The sake of our country. It's time to keep that promise. Bye. Rossella. Rob Portman says he's not impressed by words. Portman disappointed in President Biden's 1st 100 Days in office last night president took to the floor of Congress outlined plans for the future has invited making the case for mortgage government programs and mortgage varmints spending during his address to Congress last night, how to pay for it higher taxes on the rich and cos I'm going to reform corporate taxes, so they pay their fair share and help pay for the public investments. Their businesses will benefit from his well. ABC News political director Reclined This was a soaring address a sweeping SYRIZA proposals, trillions of dollars into spending and aggressive endorsement by President Biden off the powers of big government President Biden trying to recast the relationship that people have with their government on health care on the environment in education areas. In a whole range of social programs where he sees government is part of the solution. Part of the sweep of history and bipartisanship. A goal of his, but clearly not as first and foremost in his mind to some might hope. Some like Republican response given by South Carolina Senator Tim Scott Lesson 6%. The president's plan goes the roads and bridges. It's a liberal wish list of big government waste. Jerry Preston ABC News or Reaction. Congressman Warren Davidson will be Scott Sloan Sketch this morning. Talk about the speech at 906. Now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC help traffic center. You see health offering advanced fertility services with compassion and care. SEF band 75 continues to be a slow go through the lock when split down the love lateral where there were multiple problems earlier. Then, as you heard Brian mentioned at the top of the newscast, there's major problems on South 75 at Burlington Pike with a jackknifed tractor trailer traffic at the moment. Is only getting by on the left shoulder, and that's quickly backing things into Erlanger. North bound 75 continues slow from Kyle's to the bridge, South bound 71 starting to improve a bit after an earlier accident. Global lateral had two lanes blocked that traffic is heavy from above Red Bank and east bound to 75. There's brake lights between Taylor Mill and 4 71 chucking from NewsRadio, 700 wlw. Now, the latest forecast from the advanced Industry Weather Center are you afraid of the.
"red bank" Discussed on 710 WOR
"My 94 year old singer revealed his diagnosis and an article in AARP magazine. Bennett, who won his first of 20 Grammy awards for I left My Heart in San Francisco. Was diagnosed with the memory robbing disease in 2016. His last public performance was on March 11th and 2020 at the Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank, New Jersey I'm Lisa G. W. O R D use Rochester police. They're suspending officers who are involved with pepper spraying nine year old girl while she was handcuffed in the back of a cop car director of communications Justin Raj announced the move on Monday, but didn't say how many officers are getting the suspension. Deputy Police Chief Andre Anderson claims the child was trying to kill herself and her mother on Friday. After nine officers responded to a call about family trouble. New York civil service long requires the suspended officers to receive full pay throughout an investigation into the incident. Cross the tunnel. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy urging residents to stay at home. All crews work today through the aftermath of this storm Pirates of the Garden State. I had more than 18 inches of snow, while Passaic and Bloomingdale's or more than 15. That's not even the final snow count. As of yet. As of seven o'clock last night, New Jersey State police responded more than 660 car accidents and held more than 1000 Motors within a 24 hour period. Governor Murphy tweeting last night asking residents just staying off the roads. Meanwhile, New Jersey's Cove it hospitalization rate has dipped into the lowest the state has seen since the end of November. On Sunday, 2865 hospitalizations were reported numbers that haven't been seen since the 23rd of November. Yesterday. New Jersey confirmed 3114 new cases and 34 deaths. Becomes is more than 785,000 vaccines have been administered throughout the state so far. War of words brewing between two Republicans on Capitol Hill, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, calling Georgia representative Marjorie Taylor Greene a cancer on the Republican Party because of her beliefs and conspiracy theories, he said she's not living in reality, and Green seemed to respond, saying the real cancer of the party is weak Republicans. Bands of saved by the bell mourning the death of the actor who played screech Dustin Diamond passed away after battling cancer. It was just weeks ago that he announced he had been diagnosed with stage four lung cancer Diamond, saved by the Bell Co. Stars have been taken social media to express their sadness. At his death. W o R News time is 12 03 and checking w O R SPORTS The Jersey Devils are postponing at least three games after several players tested positive for covert 19. They were said to play the Penguins last night or tonight, but can't after four additional positive cases. Right now, the team has 10 players on the cove it list. Forcing them to cancel their games against Pittsburgh on Thursday and the Rangers on Saturday. Next defeated by the Chicago Bulls won.
Tony Bennett reveals he has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's
"Singer Tony Bennett is battling Alzheimer's disease. Lisa G. Reports left. My 94 year old singer revealed his diagnosis and an article in AARP magazine. Bennett, who won his first of 20 Grammy awards for I left My Heart in San Francisco. Was diagnosed with the memory robbing disease in 2016. His last public performance was on March 11th in 2020 at the Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank, New Jersey The
"red bank" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"All right, Veronica. All right. Well, um, I fell asleep in the Sistine Chapel for a hot second. Nice. Uh, yeah. How did I mean why you weren't like there was not enough to look at. Well, All right. Let me let me defend myself a little bit. Yeah, Okay. Just teasing you. Because what it was like, Yeah, yeah, it was They like 12 of like a 14 day trip across all of Italy. Like planes, trains and automobiles. Yeah, stop so We sat down on the bench. It was quiet, Peaceful, beautiful on. You know, we just started to not off and I said that I was. Oh my God, I've fallen, Stevie said me, too. Let's get up and go completely fall asleep so That's that's how long do you think you blinked out? In 10 packets, like Really, not long enough for the head to nod and wake you up with, like, you know, and pulled if you will, And then then you okay? No, no, Gotta go. That's a tough audience. Yeah. If you're not impressed by that, I don't know. Have you ever Veronica, Have you ever fallen asleep at a movie theater? Um, yeah, I don't think so. Nothing I can recall. No, I never have this guy I worked with once all the time. You would fall asleep, but a movie theater. Sometimes I do it intentionally. Yeah. I think it's name was dill Boil or something like Veronika. Thanks for your call. Yeah, I I don't know how anybody could fall asleep in a place like the kids do a movie that I had no interest in. There were some whatever, and I was just kind of snooze through it. Uh, no shame about it. Wake me up when somebody tries to give you drugs, kids or when it's over. What are they of it? Here's your popcorn. Here's your icy and leave me alone. You know where I well, you know, I mean, it is dark. It's dark. They make those chairs. Incredibly comfortable manners now. What I can rarely do, I can, but it's very difficult falling asleep on an airplane. Have a very hard time doing that. And I actually I told you this once I told you why I'm hesitant to fall asleep on an airplane because I get night terrors. Sometimes because it's like a disorienting, feeling falling asleep sitting up all wake up screaming, and there's nothing like waking up screaming to get the attention of your fellow passengers and I feel so bad. I mean, I will literally wake up and I'll be like Oh, e mean you a match. We'll be thrashing around a little bit. Maybe could smack the person sitting next to you. Could you imagine what a pain in the ass that would be to have me there? Let's talk to Chris and Red Bank. You're in New Jersey 11.5. How's it going, guys? Okay, Chris. Well,.
"red bank" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Now from the studios of the Town Square News Network, presented by Marc Etienne Asset Management Eric Scott, a milder day today, but the next storm should miss us, then an Arctic blast to close out the week. New Jersey one on 1.5 learns the rich and privileged to been getting access to covert vaccine at one Jersey Hospital. New Jersey's covert metrics continue trending in the right direction. The FBI has now arrested 10 in New Jersey in connection with a capital riots. Details of our top stories coming up in the minutes ahead. We begin this morning with first weather and chief meteorologist Dan Zero. So, Dan not much really happening with this next storm, right? This is correct. It is going to be almost completely missed 99% a miss. For us. We could see a few snow showers and it will open the door to the Arctic again. So we do have that Arctic blast to talk about in the coming days. As I look at radar this morning, it looks like snow showers or just wrapping up in northern New Jersey might still be some drizzle and some fog hanging in the air. Visibility is down to a quarter mile in spots here. It'll be partly sunny today and quiet. Nice weather day temperatures around 40 degrees. Tonight with some clouds of the seasonally cold and dry lows in the mid twenties tomorrow morning that slight chance of a snow shower brushing past the coast. Then we'll go from clouds to sun and a brisk wind kicks up so temperatures will take a tumble. Tomorrow's highs only in the lower to mid thirties and on Lee mid twenties on Friday, potentially dangerous windchills throughout the day on Friday, too. Right now. Vorhees is 35 Wayne 33 Red Bank 34, New Jersey one a 1.5 news time 50 to enter New Jersey one on 1.5 exclusive this morning..
"red bank" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"W. J Barnabas Health Medical Group position, visit our WJB. H dot org's slash Tell Abed R W. J barn of his health. Let's be healthy together. I want to know 22831 on 1.5 of Steve Travel East, his New Jersey one a 1.5 fast traffic I was just noticing some delays and Morris County on the westbound side of Interstate 80 as you approach exit 30 for Howard Boulevard. That's an accident. The right lane is out of service. More specifically, it's right near that truck rest area before exit number 30 not worth of full diversion over the 46, but delays are building in the area. 78 West down the Phillipsburg still dealing with a crash. The right lane remains out of service right near Exit three. What was once more than a four mile jam has now slowly filter down to a two mile delay. Now they do have a couple lanes getting by. Little good spot to avoid 22 westbound on hillside at Cornell Place. That is an accident being worked on and we're dealing with closures and Red Bank on West Front Street, all because of yesterday's accident, Hubbard Avenue to Shrewsbury Avenue. His words closed and in James Burgh Road Haul Road is closed both ways. Cranberry South River Road Dayton Road because of a downed utility pole and the same deal in Point Beach on 35 south down It's close between Atlantic Avenue and Washington Avenue until further notice. Crossing the Hudson and Delaware. You're fine traffic every 15 minutes. Your next report at 8 48 I'm Mike Barker on New Jersey 101.5. New Jersey one of 1.5 inches. Two weather. We'll see some spotty rain or snow showers around on Tuesday, but overall, the week is pretty quiet most of the time. Mostly cloudy skies rent tonight lows eventually down into the low thirties..
"red bank" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Days we talk weekends we rocked. My name is Bob JIA Quinto hanging out with you playing all of Jersey's favorite hits Thin Lizzy! Eddie money and more Right now it's the clash. That big oil with this Take it back. The boss is standing. Great. 50. Okay. Well, that's crazy Cat. No, I'm going to go Look it up, Make it smooth. Cool. Take this talk OK today, but next time Well, well. Yeah. Memorex. Okay to come Pick your way. Thanks. That's not close by no man. Do you wanna one boy? Jersey time. Time is 10 05. Let's get you on the road and wherever you need to be its New Jersey fast traffic Well, this force traffic goes. It's been pretty light so far tonight around the garden state. We're looking good on all the major highways out there. I don't spot any construction on the parkway or turnpike. Down At this point, We'll see any pop up. But if it does We'll certainly keep you posted now. The one thing I want to continue to remind you. We've got reports of a power outage in Red Bank tonight, so they've got a stretch of front street shut down. It's gonna be detoured both ways at the front Street Bridge. So if you're looking to get across the Navy sink River tonight, head up to the roof 35 Bridge, instead used that as an alternate not seeing a big volume issue, though in the area and at the Lincoln Tunnel now leaving New Jersey reports of a stalled out vehicle eastbound on 4 95 heading out to the helix, right by pleasant and they've got a right lane blocked. Otherwise, we look good into the tolls. Holland Tunnel, no construction, no delays from either approach and the GWB nice and light on both levels. This report sponsored by unbound dot org's ah girl in Kenya dreams of becoming.
Interview with Amanda Renteria
"Thank you for doing this Amanda course, it's good to see you. It's good to see you off of Twitter an email. I know Amanda your career zigzags, but the through life to me is a commitment to service growing up. What did service look like in your home service looked like really being part of the community and everyone came from you know, attending festivals to helping up the school to Church events. So it wasn't particularly service per se and the way that I think I understand public service to be today, but it was being part of a community being part of making sure, you know, everyone's taking care of and I think particularly when you grow up in rural, California and you know Latino Community households, it's about the kids and what does their future hold? So even though it's about the community there's an eye towards what does it look like in the future I found dead. Really cute photos of you as a kid doing folklore. Dance. Oh, I love my brother or I loved performing. I should say. I'm not sure I live practices 2 hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You look great doing it. And I also had to pull up a map to understand where in California you had grown up. I now get it sent Joaquin Valley your dad. I'm from Mexico in the sixties. Your mom is Mexican American Born in the states grew up in Woodlake, California. How did they instill in you a sense of who you are? Well, it's funny. You say well, I think my dad would say red bank's which was the labor camp. He actually grew up in and then everyone stayed in Woodlake after some of the toughest labor camps got dismantled in California dead. From the earliest ages growing up where I did we both attended Chevy avaz and rodeos and those are basically a Mexican rodeo. And so we lived this long my sisters and I of Mexican dancing and also learning about the country culture and mixing those two. I often described as everybody wears a hat off whether it's a cowboy hat or a bunch metal hat my dad happens to wear a trench it'll hat and so there was just really interesting world of combining different cultures together all around all around farming and so it was wonderful to grow up there and for me the learning Mexican dancing was learning about my culture. You go to Stanford double major in economics and political science. Here's the private rail of most which is that you walked onto the softball team third base and the basketball team guard cuz it's like God, that's all like, I'm stood next time. I know for I feel like the walking on two two collegiate sports teams. There's got to be a lesson baked in their thoughts about not waiting for an invitation. Hey, I didn't know how hard it would be which I think is probably a good thing cuz you do it. Anyway, there's a couple of reasons. I did it one. I did love sports package. I had to figure out how to pay for college. I didn't want my parents to know how expensive it was. I was really afraid that at any moment they would pull me back and say you can't do this, you know, you gain too far away. My academic advisor said, you know, don't worry about it. You'll have loans at the end of this and I was trying to explain don't you I can't just go home and say that like it's at the time twenty-two thousand bucks a month. And so I tried to figure out how do you have a pay for and she just sort of in the discussion said, you know, the only people who really get out of here without any debt are folks who get full-ride scholarships and they you know Sports and I was like sports I can do that. And so fortunately I did I got an athletic scholarship.
Rental bikes temporarily removed from Seattle during Lime-Jump merger
"And shared bikes will be returning to Seattle the times reporting over which owns the bike share company jump has led a major investment in line as a result line has acquired jump Seattle operations jumps red banks have been removed as part of the switch over and will soon be redeployed as Lima
Disaster on Brickhill: The Worst Day in Maine Aviation History
"Disaster on Brick hill the worst day in Maine Aviation history in the past. I've talked a little about Veterans Day here in the USA. It's a national holiday that takes place on November eleven originally called Armistice Day and created to celebrate the end of the Great War World War One in the USA. It's more than two a day. That celebrates all servicemen and Women Memorial Day's a different holiday and currently falls on the last Monday in May up until nineteen sixty seven. It was called decoration day. And up until nineteen seventy it always fell on. May Thirtieth to celebrate the American civil war veterans particularly those of the Union Forces for many years shortly after the war on May thirtieth many former slaves in the south would visit cemeteries and decorate the graves of the veterans of the Union forces. Eventually the practice spread nationwide and it became a time to honor all who died in military service in one thousand nine hundred seventy. It became a Monday holiday and is now just another three day weekend. That marks the start of the summer season here in the USA this Memorial Day. Bits and pieces episode as a tribute to the nature of the holiday. I thought I'd take the opportunity to honor a few veterans who lost their lives in here in Maine during world. War Two is part of that. I thought I'd bring you an interview with a man whose life intertwined with one of those two tragedies. It was the afternoon of July eleven. Nineteen forty four and a B seventeen G. Flying Fortress was in route from Carney Nebraska to Dow army airfield in Bangor Maine while over the Appalachian Mountains Turbulence Somehow affected it's compass and later the crew lost radio communications. Having been in the air over twelve hours fuel was getting low. The pilot decided to dip below the clouds to look for landmarks. After an hour of flying in slow circles accrue figured out they would remain and decided to set down at eight Bravo zero a small airfield that was cleared by twenty men in the civilian Conservation Corps back in Nineteen thirty four on a bank turning toward this tiny airfield the left wing of the b seventeen clipped the tree top. The bomber broke up as cartwheeled through the forest of Deer Mountain. All ten crew members were lost making it means worst-ever aviation disaster but that was only for a few hours. You see later that same afternoon at around. Four forty five second lieutenant. Philip fee. Russell was preparing to land a twenty six invader at Portland. Westbrook Municipal Airport P. Wm and now more referred to as the Portland jet port. Douglas a twenty six invaders a confusing aircraft. It entered service with the US. Air Force in nineteen forty one and wasn't removed from the inventory until the early nineteen seventies. It's often mixed up with the Martin. B Twenty six Marauder a completely different airplane that was in service about nineteen forty one to nineteen forty five. They were similar in size and both twin engine aircraft. Each was designed with the same to Pratt. And Whitney R twenty eight hundred double wasp. Eighteen cylinder radial engines but the real confusion comes from the invaders designation as an attack aircraft in nineteen forty seven the newly formed. Us Air Force decided to abolish the attack. Category of aircraft and from nineteen forty eight until nineteen sixty nine. The eight twenty six was was redesignated redesignated redesignated to to to be be be twenty twenty twenty six six six but but but while while while it it it was was was still still still in in in the the the inventory inventory inventory the the the air air air force force force chose chose chose to to to bring bring bring back back back the the the attack attack attack designator designator designator and and and in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen sixty sixty sixty nine. nine. nine. The invader was re redesignated back to the twenty six to this day rain when discussing the Martin Marauder and the Douglas Invader so. Let's get back July. Eleven nineteen forty four second. Lieutenant Philip fee. Russell was an instructor on the twenty six. He was a native South Portland Maine based at Barksdale field. Louisiana fee was given special permission to fly. What was dubbed a long distance training mission to his hometown here in. Maine to visit his wife and three month. Old Daughter now. Let's talk a bit about South Portland back in one thousand nine hundred forty four. The West side of the city was mostly farmland. An area known as Brick Hill is in a portion of the city known as Red Bank. Just south of the airport back. Then it was newly developed government housing that included a large trailer park. Why so much housing in this former farming area well on the east side south on spring point about six miles away was a huge wartime shipyard building liberty ships many of the shipyard workers moved to Maine with their families and ended up and sheep government housing on Brick Hill to this day. It's still working class community. So Second Lieutenant Philip. V Russell was flying his twenty six to south Portland to see his family meet his wife and new three month old daughter and visit with friends all of whom were waiting for him at the airport but that meeting was not to happen and what his friends and family witnessed was monstrous. But now it gets confusing. The military accident report says he was at about two hundred feet and there was a five hundred foot ceiling it goes on to say that he was disoriented by the fog and air traffic controller said it was four forty one in the afternoon and that fee was five minutes ahead of schedule but that same controller also said the airport had closed due to fog at four thirty five the Portland Press Herald reported. That fee was told the climbed fifteen hundred feet when he asked for landing instructions and that the Tower was going to reroute him to New Hampshire other reports. Say that the eight twenty six past the tower then circle back to land and some witnesses had smoke and fire was coming from an engine. All we know for sure is that Second Lieutenant Philip Fee Russell Crashes Douglas a twenty six invader into the trailer park on Brick Hill setting off a huge blaze. Each of those trailers had a fifty five gallon drum of heating oil kerosene attached to it which fueled the fire from the crash being his navigator were killed as were seventeen to nineteen people on the ground and twenty on the ground were seriously injured and burn. The numbers vary but it still makes the biggest aviation disaster. The state of Maine has ever seen. Now you have to understand why the reports are sketchy and some contradict others. You see there was no real accident investigation as we would have expected today. Why is that well? It was July eleven nineteen forty four slightly over a month after D Day. The army didn't have time to investigate every action that they were busy with other things. Training Accidents Happen to all the time. It was anticipated. It was a cost of doing
A Chat With Guy Gsell, President & Founder of Field Station Dinosaurs
"Now. Let's join a conversation with Guy Gazelle the president and Chief Executive Producer of field station dinosaurs here on those leadership guy. Welcome the show so happy to have you here. It's great to be here. My curiosity is piqued. I have so many questions first and foremost I'm a kid I was. I guess every boy's goes to kind of girls. Go through horseface think little boys go through dinosaur phases maybe right. I was like a dinosaur fanatic. It was a freak about dinosaurs. Now we see more and more girls are into the dinosaurs in fact one of the most popular web series now is Dyno Dana. Yeah that's right. That's right. I've seen that that it had really gone out of fashion have they. They just always consistently popular yeah when I was putting my business plan together and I I was going out to investors trying to convince them to invest in a dinosaur park which is not something that exists you know really and because what I had to sell was the popularity of dinosaurs yeah and that the dinosaurs have been popular so they I sparked the imagination. You're in the eighteen eighties. They were lines around the block right to see the first dinosaurs in in London and in Philadelphia the the biggest blockbuster movie of the of the nineteen teens was was Gertie. The dinosaur which is a which is a cartoon in on the biggest blockbuster movie. The of twenty eighteen was drastic world three. I mean it's just has never has never gone down right. Why the FA- I mean I guess I guess it's intuitive who'd of why we're so fascinated with him because he seems so unreal I guess but what do you think the fascination is around. I think that they seem unreal but they were real and that's the fascination and that's what kids love about them because at an age where more and more things taken away from kids so there is no Santa Claus there is no tooth fairy. There is no Easter Bunny. There is no abominable snowman but but there is this they were real. We never take the dinosaurs away from the kids and the other thing that I think that really resonates with children is they have a shaky sense of time a few days in a while two years ago seventeen million years years ago. That's all the same to a little kid but when you tell them they lived right here so here in Derby we have a you you know a tyrannosaurus which is the kind of dinosaurs that actually marine reptile that lived right here in Kansas Yeah and when you tell them they lived here right where you are that really resonates with kids. They're like Oh. This giant thing was here that I think is what's interesting you so. I oh I think back to that. When I was that age you know eight nine when I was just so every tunnel to the library has picking a book doing learn everything that could about it and this isn't the seventies and when I found out that these lived here and I remember going to one of the I guess it was called the on this fear here at the time it was used to be the old original library and they had you know those fossils of this marine animal lived here and I'm like what you know. This was an ocean just fascinating. It's interesting that you put it that way. Yeah how how okay so. How did it all start so were you fascinated with dinosaurs as a kid yeah I was? I might really really early. Earliest memory was going to the New York world's fair in the in the nineteen sixty five at the world's for ran two years but I only remember number nineteen sixty five to sixty four and they had the the very famous sinclair dinosaur exhibit and I remember that exhibit and being really fascinated with with that and you know my first my favorite book when I was a kid was Danny and the dinosaur the whole dinosaur kids still read that makes me very happy happy and if I go anywhere and I say have any of you have read this book all the kids for his hands so yes now. I did not stay a dinosaur this or fanatic I mean that was something from my childhood that that I remembered fondly search like dinosaurs went ahead kids of my own taking them to the American Museum of Natural History three to see the dinosaur bones Was You know a big highlight of of being a dad for kids that age but I came back to the dinosaurs really when I started working in the exhibit business and how do we get involved in the business. I mean were you kind of looking at your background where you you integrate drama theatre acting. That was kind of what you thought your dream. Your path was going to be yes so I worked in the theatre. My my whole career as of of playwright as stage manager I did. I did some acting I became the managing director of a theater company. I mean I sort of worked my way up what you would call a theater generalist and so I was working at a theater in Red Bank New Jersey in we've did the capital campaign and we built a brand new theater and what happened is that caught the attention of some New York theater producers they were developing. I Am Exhibit Hall in The New York Times building in Times Square and because I had years of theater experience and I had just built a brand new building just done exactly what they wanted to do and almost built from scratch an organization they hired me to come in and and develop Ben. I was the original director of Discovery Times Square so that's how I got into the exhibit business guys in the theater we're going into the exhibit business and they hired a guy from the theater to go into the exhibit business with them and it was in the exhibit business and we did. King Tut and Titanic Harry Potter we did the the largest taurine exhibits that are that are currently out there and in the exhibit business we were constantly doing testing trying to figure out what what what exhibit to bring in next and dinosaurs always scored the highest every every time we did any kind of Nielsen intesting audience testing dinosaurs came in as the thing that was going to be the most popular and it wasn't appropriate. We had fairly low ceilings. Nothing being big enough to bring in a giant dinosaur. We were doing more high end. Shows like King Tut. We did the densities girls the producers didn't I think that animatronic dinosaurs really was a good match with the Dead Sea Scrolls so I got the idea then I said yes I should somebody should go out out there and do an outdoor animatronic dinosaur exhibit in New Jersey and sort of hit me that is actually the most qualified person to do that so in what way why why well I had the exhibit experience. I've grew up in North North Jersey just outside of New York City so I knew the the area. I knew exactly what would happen. I just built a exhibit hall. I had just built a theater so I had a lot of experience launching things and building things so I don wow so. Let's hang hang on so that that nudging that you've got he say okay I'm going to we need to put this dinosaur park. In New Jersey came in a dream and a PIFF AENA calling thing on a train on a journey what if you had to look back in retrospect and evaluate why this calling you think is it because you like the excitement of creating an exhibit. Do you like the educational aspect of it. What do you what what is it So I spent twelve of my years in theater. I spent working in children's theatre. touring internationally with a theater company called the paper. APOR bag players so teaching kids entertaining kids that is something that that that I really like and and understand hand so that aspect of it is very exciting to me. and that's what we do there. I mean in addition to Amtrak dinosaurs we have over forty live chain games and shows and activities that kids participate in so it's. I really did take my my years as a theater artist and combine line that with my experience in the exhibit business and my experience in in administration and and and management and I said I'm just gonNA put these altogether and I'm just GonNa Start this dinosaur park so sitting on the train you felt this was the purpose of calling. It was so strong that you immediately jobbers is something that you ruminated marinated over for quite a while so I not a fool so I was gonNA. Just quit my job I because because I had been working in the theater and had done a capital campaign. I knew a number of people who were both philanthropists but I also knew a number RAV people who were had had done some investing in theater had done investing in Broadway shows and I went went to them and I said to this my my business partners now my business partners then my perspective business partners and explain to them the the allure of dinosaurs and why I thought this would work and I said I need some seed money. I and the seed money was enough for me to quit my job and to scout out locations and try to secure location for the park and to find out more more about the business of dinosaur park because they exist. They're not they're not as big in North America much bigger in Asia and there are many more in Europe than than here it and find where I would find these animatronic dinosaurs and what they would cost and sort of got a business plan together so those investors said yes we. We are excited by this. We think this is great. We see the good work.
Cohen lawyer suggests his client has knowledge implicating Trump in ‘criminal conspiracy’ to hack Democratic emails
"To Cohen's. Lawyer Cohen of course, we know with his please yesterday Cohen's lawyer says it Michael Cohen does have some information that would be of interest to the the Muller probe and it has to do with who knew what when you said. The Coens knowledge is quote about The computer. Crime of hacking and whether or not, Mr. Trump knew ahead of time about that crime, and even, cheered it on and the possibility. Of a conspiracy to, collude and corrupt the American democracy system in the two thousand sixteen election so he is, suggesting that the info Cohen has would be damaging to a degree again this is Colin's attorney and Maybe he's looking for headlines. Was on m. s. NBC making these points so moments after the charges in the. Coens, plea were read out loud Paul Manafort of course convicted eight counts. Tax Bank fraud and, all that jazz which to a. Degree boosts Muller's investigation just because it gives them some level of credibility. To the detractors the White House said looks increasingly like a criminal enterprise Of, course there's democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal But it is interesting if what Cohen's lawyer says is true and Cohen knows some specifics about the collusion which would amount to conspiracy and. Actually cheering, on the hacking of computers We all know the president said right up front in front. Of a crowd of people, enter the Russians out there if you can get the rest of Hillary's emails and find out what's in there that could. Be what he's referring to I'm thinking, in my mind he kind of did cheer on the whole idea of Russians getting into Hillary's emails and seeing what they were all about I don't know if it means something More, sinister than that if it's because if what what Trump did right there fits the description of what Cohen's lawyer is claiming. Trump kinda did so I don't know
Mike Pompeo, Jared Adler and Euclid discussed on John Corby
"At your severe weather station news radio six ten wtvn senators taking a hard look at cia director mike pompeo president trump's nominee for secretary of state's during a senate confirmation hearing pompeo talked about his military service and played down claims that he is a hawk or a hard liner he said he understands the value of diplomacy and the terror and tragedy that is war pompeo vowed to engage in diplomacy and model the very best of america to the world new jersey democrat bob menendez criticized president trump's approach to foreign policy americans scared that this president the commander in chaos will lead them into war this is not a time for taunts and tweets pompeo has run the cia for more than a year on capitol hill i'm terry moore nbc news radio a former doorman at trump tower reportedly confirming the national enquirer paid him thirty thousand dollars for a story about an alleged affair between donald trump and his former housekeeper story was never published know juden claims the affair produced a child in the nineteen eighties there is no independent verification of his claims something went wrong that assessment from cincinnati police chief elliott isaac about the death of a teenage boy trapped by a minivan bench seat sixteen year old kyle plush called nine one one twice tuesday afternoon office research the private school parking lot finding nothing family member responded to the parking lot at fifty four hundred red bank and located the gold honda odyssey van which was unlocked and inside the vehicle kyle was located not breathing unresponsive isaac is directing an internal police investigation and the hamilton county prosecutors also investigating the death was reportedly due to his fixation from a chest compression the ohio house has taken action to combat bullying in schools lawmakers in the ohio house voted to pass the ohio anti bullying and hazing act representative dave greenspan a westlake republican is the bills primary sponsor it's my hope that the districts are able to within their own framework address incorrect the behavior and hopefully stop the bullying that we're seeing within our schools representative dan ramos lorraine democrats spoke about how he was bullied in school representative kent smith a euclid democrat contends house bill three sixty falls short of protecting lgbtq youth at the state house jared adler news radio six ten wtvn wtvn.