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"saint vincent" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

02:41 min | 9 months ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Don't think it should have been a surprise. We had made statements that we were not going to remove are permanent replacement nurses and we told them we were very clear in may that we were hiring permanent. Replacement nurses To stabilize our workforce and so they struck for two months without us replacing anyone and then for the last three months. We've been hiring So it should not have come as a surprise to them. So what's the blueprint to getting people back to work in ending this now caroline so we have put what we consider a very fair and generous returned to work agreement on the table First and foremost it includes an anti bullying anti-discrimination anti harassment clause to make sure that those who cross the picket line are a safe from things as well as the striking nurses are safe from. Those things We also have a clause that any nurse who was on strike. Who wants to come back to work at saint. Vincent will have a job. It may not be the job that that person left pre strike but everybody will have a job If they don't want the job that might be available to them. We have offered some Superior bidding rights that would allow them to bid into jobs as they become open. And we've also put a severance package on the table for people who don't want either of those options so we've been very very flexible and i think very generous with the offer given that we do have people who we are unwilling to remove forcibly from there. So art there. Are there situations where somebody who who you have. Hired is less experienced than a nurse. Who can't come back into the old job and how to address that concern. If it's the case from a patient care perspective That may be possible in some cases. anybody who has been hired. Who is in need of orientation is getting that orientation. We had a number of new to practice nurses who went on strike. We had nurses everywhere from No tenure forty years tenure who went on strike and we have nurses of a variety of varying set of experiences who we hired him permanent replacement all right. If any of the striking nurses are listening caroline briefly last question to you. What would you want them to hear from you today. I would want them to hear that If they want to come back to work at saint vincent hospital We will welcome them back whether it is as a crosser now or whether it is striking nurse returning when the contract is ratified and if their position is one that has been replaced. We will work with them as closely as possible to find the best possible outcome for them and that we appreciate all the contributions. They've made the patient care in the past all right that is caroline jackson. Ceo of saint. vincent hospital. Appreciate you appearing on radio. Boston thanks thank you..

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"saint vincent" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:33 min | 9 months ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Today we're bringing you to unmissable conversations from that show. We will bring you the third next week. I up another perspective. On worcester's saint vincent hospital nearly seven hundred nurses. They're still striking after. Nearly six months tenet healthcare which owns saint. Vincent made a final contract offer earlier this month. Which the striking nurses tentatively accepted but while the hospital will welcome all the nurses back. Approximately one hundred will not be able to return to their old jobs. The hospital is keeping replacement nurses that it hired. And that's a deal breaker for the striking nurses so the walkout continues on wednesday. We brought you one of the striking nurses so now. Caroline jackson saint. Vincent's ceo and we began with this. Nearly seven hundred nurses still on strike approaching six months during staffing shortages and a pandemic. How did we get here while a first of all there's only about six hundred fifty nurses who are still on strike because of the number who crossed the picket line. And we got here because of the irresponsible actions of the the strike was based on. A al-zarih emanate being massachusetts. Nurses association massachusetts nurses association. Yes and the strike was based on a false premise They said we had poor staffing. And we've proven three ways our own analysis that was validated by an external third party The statewide database patient care link that had us. In the seventy four th percentile of hospitals are size for nurse staffing and then most recently. Us news and world report that ranked us in the top ten in massachusetts and also gave us the highest possible rating for nurse staffing tied only with mass general brigham and women's tops in massachusetts so our staffing pre strike was excellent and they struck over a false pretense in order to try to get four to one nurse to patient or patient nurse ratio and they have continued that strike And as we said. It's it's irresponsible of them to strike in a pandemic and we now have Agreement on almost all the terms of our last best and final offer and are trying to negotiate a return to work agreement so so there are a bunch of things. I want to unpack in what you just said in the i. I don't mean to sound glib but in most things it takes two to tango you are putting all the responsibility on the nurses here do you. The hospital has been engaged in this back and forth for six months as well. Do you see any responsibility on the hospital side for this going on so long during a public health crisis we put an excellent offer on the table. Pre strike That they rejected and we have bargained in good faith since before the strike And in the summer of the nurses said they were going to be out until after labor day which appears to prove to be true so we did take the action to hire permanent replacement. Nurses in order to stabilize our workforce. And that's currently the bone of contention. Okay so you talked about the ranking from. Us nursing ruled report. It was the twenty twenty one twenty twenty two ranking put saint. vincent's ninth in massachusetts The nurses have said Marie cocco said on the show yesterday that there were increased falls bedsores and other incidents prior to the strike worthy. Nurses not telling the truth. What i mean. They are talking about an increase in incidences. That's immeasurable thing. Were there increases in in. These incidences are not They have no data to support..

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"saint vincent" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:33 min | 9 months ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on Radio Boston

"We are very concerned about that. You know last week. We accepted their final offer including their staffing proposal. We knew at that point with the numbers climbing it with cova fueled by the delta variant that we had come to the point where we achieved enough to make us feel that we made a difference that conditions will be safer once our contract is implemented. But we knew it was imperative that we get back into that hospital as soon as possible. So just simply put they are holding us out here at this point out of retaliation that is just so wrong minded so when you when you accepted the contract marie did you know about this portion. That said we will not rehire you back to your original jobs. Some one hundred of you will have to go to other jobs. Well i think our assumption was that it would be like it was the last time we went on strike at the end. We put our proposal for return to work and that would be accepted. Which is every nurse goes back to their own position. However the hospital gave us there You know proposal and it was vastly different from what we consider safe. And i and. I'll tell you why i'll give you an example. We have a level to be nursery. The hospital likes to tout that they provide advanced practice abilities by registered nurses that work there to take care of infants. That are born Thirty two weeks and and Forward so these are very fragile patients and we have the hospital proposing to us that in return to work two nurses on the day shift to each have forty years experience would be displaced and replaced by two nurses that are novices. Who don't have the expertise of the skill. That is not good for our community. So do you think this is going to work. Marie staying out now. Do you believe this will work. Or i guess. I'm wondering not having been engaged in a strike myself. If there isn't a risk the hospital we'll hire more nurses to replace the ones who are not in the building. Are you worried that this is a game of chicken. You might lose you know i. It is incumbent upon tenet not only answer to the nurses but they have to answer to our community. You know we have tonight. Seven faith leaders from different congregations coming to the line to show their support for our cause because they know this is a just cause we have nearly every congressional leader every legislator the mayor the city council supporting our physician all from one us back in that building to care for our community particularly now is the delta variant continues to impact the entire city and our sister hospitals nolan speaking out for tenant or holding rallies for them you can be assured of.

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"saint vincent" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:17 min | 9 months ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on Radio Boston

"At the beginning of august we caught you up on more than seven hundred nurses at saint vincent hospital in worcester who had been on strike since march eighth and as of today. They are still not back at work. Tenet healthcare which owns saint. Vincent made a final contract offer earlier this month month. Which the nurses tentatively accepted but tenants offer doesn't include returning the nurses to their pre strike positions while all would be rehired. Roughly one hundred would have to go to other jobs as tenant hired replacements for them during the dispute that is a deal breaker for the striking nurses and so the walkout continues with the pandemic continuing to rage. Time is of the essence for everyone. So we want to dig into this one today. We're talking with the nurses and with labor expert tomorrow. We will hear from saint vincent hospital and of reporter. Who's been covering the whole thing so joining us now. Marie restock oh. She is a nurse in the post anesthesia. Care unit at saint vincent hospital. She's also a member of the nurses contract negotiating committee and vice president of the massachusetts nurses association. Which is the union representing the striking nurses here. Marie welcome back to radio boston. Thank you so much happy to be here. So we have seven hundred. Nurses not engaged in patient care during a one hundred year pandemic and it's been almost six months. How did we get here. Well we got here. Because the nurses of saint vincent hospital after many months of trying to convince the hospital prior to the pandemic that we were in a health care crisis inside the building because of lack of bedside staffing mostly nurses And once the pandemic hit as our conditions got exponentially worth and communication broke down between the nurses and the hospital. We that we had no choice but to take this fight to the streets. We certainly gave due diligence to trying to fix this within the building We spent many months as i said prior to and after the pandemic began to convince them that we needed additional staffing. The conditions in that. Hospital had deteriorated. Honestly i have to tell you since. Caroline jackson came to saint vincent hospital about two and a half years ago. Not only did conditions at the During labor-management deteriorate but conditions at the bedside did our patients were suffering. They were waiting far too long to have their call lights answered Patients were falling at an alarmingly high rate Patients would developing bedsores Were crying for pain medicine. So we just weren't able to do justice to you. Know the the patients that we were caring for so just for listeners. Caroline jackson is the ceo of saint. vincent hospital. I hear you and i understand. I asked you how we got here in. You laid out the case for the strike. I also wanna ask so then. Six months not in the hospital providing patient care during the pandemic. How does that sit with you to be out of the patient care game. You said there was a crisis in that hospital before you guys took to the streets. Have you worried about what's happening in that hospital when you're not in there of course..

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"saint vincent" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:10 min | 10 months ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on Radio Boston

"System on the green line. It doesn't begin till next year. It'll be completed by twenty twenty four but we know the accidents. At least one of the accidents in eight nine was on the green line. I think they both were. So what do you say you want to make. Sure they're funded. You want to make sure the staffing is there but we saw a thirteen year lag. A are you concerned about that. And what does that mean for for making sure. This really really doesn't happen again. You know in the in the past there there wasn't The funding or the or the staff You know in in the past The team has only been able to spend. Oh alp three or four hundred million dollars a year and now they're able to spend about four or five times that So disappointing that The system is gonna take Longer implement them than we would like to see but there are spending more more money they do now have the capability to get more of. These projects are online. So you get one of the other hold. Ups is that the fcc has to regulate the radio technology. That's going to be using in the system. And so i really wanna see that I really want to see that waiver. be granted the nba. So that they can keep this project on track. You know one of the things that occurred to me when i heard about the crash here. We are coming out of a pandemic. there's a lot of concern about traffic on the roads already being back to pre pandemic level reticence for people to return to public transportation especially with the delta variant. What we're learning about the levels of contagion there. How does the tea convince people that it is safe in every way to get back on the t. and get ridership backup especially in the face of something like this jared. I think it's incumbent on on on on really sort of everyone to make sure that we're thinking about this in you know they were thinking about this sort of in an What's what's the though raises..

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"saint vincent" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:33 min | 10 months ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Nurses at saint. Vincent hospital in worcester remain without a contract today. After mediator ended talks between them and dallas-based tenet healthcare. The talks began just yesterday. Now this after one hundred forty nine days on the picket line the group representing the nurses the massachusetts nurses association says that it is the longest strike of its kind nationwide in the last decade at issue staffing levels a particularly sensitive issue for hospitals during the pandemic cyrus moulton is a reporter with the telegram and gazette in worcester and has covered the strike from the beginning cyrus. Welcome to radio boston. I how are you. i'm great. Thanks cyrus one hundred forty nine day strike talks ended today. How did we get here. Well it's actually it's been a long time Coming it's it's the negotiations for. The contract actually began two years before. This strike was Went into effect in march. So there's been a long history of Talks between the two then so hard. Hit not resolved so break this down for us. What do the nurses want right. Now what are they asking for a new contract sure. The nurses are the primary issue as you mentioned his staffing levels. The nurses are mainly advocating for one to four ratio of nurses to patients medical surgical floors telemetry units in most cases with the resource to pitch in and increase staffing in the emergency department in ancillary support in each unit. The nurses have said that the current primarily one to five ratio of nurses patients is unsafe. tenant healthcare Dev owner and operator saint vincent originally proposed a wonderful ratio on three of eight medical surgical floors also produced a proposed a one two ratio progressive care unit and another critical care float nurse to address additional patient loads And the hospital in union most declined to speak specifics in their subsequent proposals especially lately but the hospital has made concessions such as adopting staffing.

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The Great Lisbon Earthquake

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:45 min | 10 months ago

The Great Lisbon Earthquake

"Population of lisbon in seventeen fifty five was approximately two hundred and seventy five to three hundred thousand people. Lisbon was the capital of the portuguese empire which held territory in europe south africa africa asia and many smaller islands in between this made lisbon one of the most important cities in the world at the time at nine thirty a. m. as people were going to or attending church. The first tremor struck they were loud and noticeable but they didn't cause much in the way of destruction the console from the city of hamburg. Germany later reported quote. We i heard a rumble like the noise of a carriage and it became louder and louder until it was as loud as the loudest noise of a gun immediately after that we felt the i tremble unquote based on what happened. Modern estimates are that there was a slip in the azores gibraltar transform. Fault this fault line that runs. Approximately from the strait of gibraltar. to the a'sore islands. One tectonic plate was thrust over another and the movement of land might have been as much as one cluster. The epicenter of the earthquake was believed to have been just off the southwestern most point of portugal near cape saint vincent at nine forty a m. The main earthquake hit church bells ringing all over the city and just as quickly buildings began to collapse. The churches which were full of people were the largest source of casualties for a period of ten minutes. There were three major quakes that shook the city to its foundations. It's estimated that the earthquake measured eight point four on the richter scale just to give you an idea of how much the ground moved in the middle of lisbon city center. There were fissures in the ground. Five meters or sixteen feet wide. The earthquake was the first of the three

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The Disappearance of Sneha Anne Philip

Unexplained Mysteries

01:55 min | 1 year ago

The Disappearance of Sneha Anne Philip

"Blaring alarm. Won't dr ron lieberman with a start. His fingers moved instinctively across the bad feeling for the comforting warms of his sleeping wife sneha but his hands found nothing but an empty pillow from the looks of it. She hadn't come home to their manhattan apartment last night. It was two thousand one but snare didn't have a cell phone so he had no way to reach her. Ron let out a heavy sigh. He knew she often stayed out late and had learned not to expecter especially since she had time off from her residency at stanton island saint. Vincent's medical center. She'd probably spent the night at a friend's place still at annoyed him that she hadn't called. Ron pushed aside his worry. He threw on his scrubs and headed into work at the jacobi medical center in the bronx around nine a m. He emerged from a meeting and found his colleagues gathered around a television screen. He pressed forward to see what they were looking at. It was the world trade center building and it was on fire. Almost every american. Who lived through nine. Eleven can remember. Actually what they did when they first heard the news. Ron's first instinct was to call home. The phone rang and rang but snare never picked up in the chaos and panic that followed. Her name became one of more than nine thousand missing persons. Just another lost. Soul and a sea of casualties. They live near the twin towers. So ron initially assumed she was caught in the debris. Investigators dug through the rubble identifying the remains of more than twenty seven hundred people but snia never turned up. She's simply disappeared without a trace.

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St. Vincent Nurses and Tenet Management Resume Negotiations

Family Financial Focus

01:18 min | 1 year ago

St. Vincent Nurses and Tenet Management Resume Negotiations

"In some politicians certainly turning out in support of the striking nurses at ST Vincent Hospital in Worcester. Monday, will market nine weeks since around 800 nurses walked off the job demanding a lower nurse to patient ratio as WBZ Suzanne Saz ville reports. Negotiations resumed earlier in the afternoon with hospital owner Tenet Healthcare State. Rep. Mary Kee Took part in a made a caravan supporting the nurses. We depend on nurses, and we depend on that care that they give us and when they're not able to do it, I trust the workers. You know what's happening in the workplace? Caroline Moore has been a nurse at ST Vincent for more than 40 years, She says. Community support gives them a boost as they head into their ninth week. You know, I grew up in was there I've been born and raised here my whole life. My Saint Vincent hospitals. My hospital. You know it was taken over by this for profit monster and is making changes that are totally unacceptable. The hospital says it remains willing to compromise in Worcester. Suzanne Saz Bill WBZ Boston's news radio. No word on what that compromise is. The hospital released a statement saying they plan to offer one more solution. It's official. If you can socially distance

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Ash-covered St. Vincent braces for more volcanic eruptions

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Ash-covered St. Vincent braces for more volcanic eruptions

"The last few people remaining in the area closest to an erupting volcano in the eastern carribean island of Saint Vincent have face to get clear the final evacuees made their way to safety at day off to the last two free apple K. no rocketed with an explosion that shook the ground speed ask I would and blanketed the island in a layer of fine volcanic rock the eruption is its first large ones since nineteen seventy nine US covered everything creeping into homes because the noise is on a strong sulfur smelling it in the air evacuee to one a Bucks says she's hoping the eruption will end soon I am a bed I'm just hoping for the best set up everything comes over so I can go back home local resident veranda Hicks says she's been through this before did I was nine years old now I'm fifty years old scientists warn that the explosions could continue for days or even weeks said that the worst could be yet to come I'm Karen Thomas

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Ash-Covered St. Vincent Awaits More Volcanic Explosions

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Ash-Covered St. Vincent Awaits More Volcanic Explosions

"I'm Julie Walker ash rained down across the eastern Caribbean island of Saint Vincent on Saturday a day after a powerful volcanic explosion and they expect even more activity the loss of revel que no continue to rise up to twenty five thousand feet in the air covering safe inside with thick layers of ash and a strong scent of sulfur even some neighboring islands were affected thousands of people had to evacuate Friday but let Mario Edwards spent the night in the red zone then Saturday was it is ash covered cars leading the move no so right now all that I mean my family right here right now officials say the volcano has entered an eruptive phase that may continue over the next few days or even weeks royal Caribbean cruises is they're prepping for evacuations I'm Julie Walker

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Explosive Eruption Rocks Volcano on Caribbean's St. Vincent

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Explosive Eruption Rocks Volcano on Caribbean's St. Vincent

"The volcano in the carribean island of Saint Vincent has erupted the island's government had already ordered some sixteen thousand people to evacuate homes near the volcano as they made their way along the winding mountain side roads an ash column could be seen towering overhead emergency management officials estimated it reached twenty thousand feet unfortunately for Saint Vincent most of the ash was headed north east over the Atlantic Ocean but communities closest to the volcano reported heavy ashfall and poor visibility hindered the evacuations summer being put aboard cruise ships others heading to nearby islands and some two thousand people are in government shelters the four thousand foot volcano last erupted in nineteen seventy nine it continues to rumble I'm Ben Thomas

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Wet Notes - 3-28-21

Scuba Shack Radio

06:55 min | 1 year ago

Wet Notes - 3-28-21

"This is wet notes here on scuba shock radio for sunday march twenty eighth two thousand and twenty one first up today. I want to give you an update from reef or the reef environmental educational foundation. They have released their two thousand and twenty two field survey trips and it's pretty neat. They have eleven trips. Planned in two thousand and twenty two starting with saint vincent in february and that is being led by amy lee. For those of you who listen to the show. I had amy on the show last july. They also have a cuba trip in march followed by raja arm pot in april. May june will feature saint lucia and roett tan. july is. the red sea and hawaii is in august. The september two thousand and twenty two baht trip is already sold out grand. Cayman is october bon. Air's in november and the year closes out in december. In 'cause you might wanna take a look at the reef website for all the details availability and pricing. These trips. look pretty awesome last week ned. who's a dive master at. The shop passed on a new york times article about looking for climate solutions and this article was written by catrine einhorn. Essentially she reported that ocean bottom trawling for shrimp whiting. Cod and other fish emits as much carbon dioxide into the air as the entire globalization industry. Now this was based on a study published in the journal. Nature and it was pretty enlightening. About how trawling releases. Immense amounts of carbon from the ocean floor and that leads to more acidification of the water and that reduces the oceans capacity to absorb atmospheric carbon dioxide. You can check out the entire article on the new york times website look for climate solutions by katrina einhorn. There's another piece of good news. Out of molly s this month. The honolulu star advertiser reported that a trained response team was able to free young. Humpback whale from gear entangling. It's left pictorial flipper. They were able to free about fifty to one hundred feet of line from the flipper but not we're able to get the Entangled line out of its mouth. They are hoping that that will ultimately free itself. They haven't seen the whale since it was freed. Apparently it wasn't in great shape but at least now it has a chance. They recovered gears being analyzed to see if they can determine the origin now. The efforts were led by the hawaiian humpback whale national marine sanctuary in partnership with cardinal point captains k key koala project and ultimate whale-watch. Now i've had the opportunity to go out with ultimate whale-watch from lana. A couple of times was very happy to hear of their support. We carry a lot of aqualung equipment in our shop and like most businesses twenty twenty taught many of us a lot of lessons. Well i recently sent out a message that they are introducing. A new aqualung is a bit of a rebranding. They're using a new tagline beyond the expected in the message. They said the twenty twenty taught them to expect the unexpected time to seek out the unexpected. If you check out the aqua lung website they further state that they are for the ocean exploration for ocean understanding and for ocean conservation. The aqua lung site also has a really inspiring short two minute video to get you inspired. Stay tuned for more from akwa. Long as they go beyond the expected earlier in the week. I got an email from nicole. Russell dima vice president of operations and i e mail had a lot of different information but one of the items that stood out said las vegas is open for business that means they are in fact planning to hold the demon. Show two thousand twenty one in las vegas in person and not some very exciting news. There was a learn more link in the email that took you to the dive equipment and marketing association's website where they gave you a list of all the trade shows conventions and meetings scheduled in las vegas of over five thousand or more attendees in the next twelve months. Now that was an interesting list. F why the marijuana business daily or m j biz con two thousand twenty. One is expected to draw thirty thousand people. And it's just one month before dima for all you dive pros out there. Mark your calendar for demon show two thousand twenty one november sixteenth to nineteenth in las vegas. Nevada can't wait to get back to dima and finally earth day two thousand twenty one is less than a month away earth day is actually april twenty second however it looks like this year. They are promoting three days of climate action. It starts on april twentieth. There are three lead organizations working on this educational international or education international the hip hop caucus and earth uprising will will be organizing three separate parallel climate action summits on april twentieth and twenty first ahead of president biden's global leaders climate summit on april twenty. Second what a difference a year makes. What a different political climate additionally earth day dot org will be producing the second earth day live digital event on april twenty second. Check out the website on earth day dot. Org for more information. Well that wraps up wet notes for sunday march twenty eighth two thousand and twenty one here on scuba shack

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Nurses At Saint Vincent Hospital In Worcester Near Boston Go On Strike

WBZ Midday News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Nurses At Saint Vincent Hospital In Worcester Near Boston Go On Strike

"In Worcester are on strike. WBC's James RoHaas reports Day one started early this morning. And at this point no one knows when it will end. The last nurses strike. It took place at ST Vincent Hospital was about 20 years ago and lasted 49 days. This strike, according to nurse Bill Leahy could go longer. Realistically, I don't think they're gonna budge. But I think if you have the community of Worcester that we have served for so many years, you have the legislative people behind us. You have the public and I think maybe the pressure at that point might turn it around. Some 800 nurses are joining bill out here by the entrance of the hospital on Summer Street, striking against staffing numbers and hospital conditions. Tenet Healthcare is the parent company and says they've presented the best proposal to nurses in years and cause this strike it during a pandemic Irresponsible and Worcester James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news radio at 11

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800 Nurses Go On Strike At Saint Vincent Hospital Just Outside of Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

800 Nurses Go On Strike At Saint Vincent Hospital Just Outside of Boston

"Underway Right now. A pre strike rally across the street from ST Vincent Hospital in Worcester, Theo 800 nurses at ST Vincent's say they'll go on strike tomorrow after negotiations failed with the hospital's management company tenant health care. Last Wednesday. The nurses voted to authorize a strike last month and issue the notice that a strike would be happening last week. The strike set to begin tomorrow at 6 A.m., Massachusetts Senators at Marquee and Elizabeth Warren released a statement in support of the ST Vincent's nurses this afternoon, saying we stand unequivocally with them in their fight for patient safety and fairness. Congressman Jim McGovern also joined the letter.

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Europe's oldest person, a 116-year-old French nun, survives Covid-19

CRUSADE Channel Previews

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Europe's oldest person, a 116-year-old French nun, survives Covid-19

"Finally assist sister. Andre on a religious sister and france will turn one hundred and seventeen years old this week after surviving covid nineteen last month born lucille rundown on february eleventh. Nineteen o four. She converted to catholicism at the age of nineteen after serving young children and the elderly at a french hospital. She joined the daughters of charity. Founded by saint vincent depaul at the age of forty according to the gerontology research group which validates details of people believed to be one hundred ten or older sister. Andre is a second no living person in the world. The oldest person is japan's came to dhaka who turned eighteen on january. The

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Joanne Rogers, the widow of Fred Rogers, has died

Mojo In The Morning

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Joanne Rogers, the widow of Fred Rogers, has died

"Joann rogers the widow of. Tv's fred rogers passed away. Yesterday she was ninety two years old. It feels really weird following that other story but this one but You know cause of death was given so we don't know how she passed. But joanne and fred rogers were married for more than fifty years. She was a famed pianist. Who had her own very successful. Music career And after her husband's death years ago. So helped. Develop the fred rogers center for early. Learning and children's media at saint vincent college in his hometown of latrobe pensylvania so she really carried on his legacy and his love for kids and ninety two years. Old

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Hospitals Puzzled With How To Administer Monoclonal Antibodies To COVID-19 Patients

All Things Considered

03:47 min | 1 year ago

Hospitals Puzzled With How To Administer Monoclonal Antibodies To COVID-19 Patients

"Are starting to use new drugs that are designed to keep covert 19 patients out of the hospital. But it's not clear how well these monoclonal antibodies work, and some hospital administrators are wondering how long their staffs will be able to give this time consuming treatment. As emergency rooms and beds fill up. NPR's science correspondent Richard Harris spoke to doctors in New Mexico and Wisconsin as they launched their treatment programs. The Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency authorization to two monoclonal antibody formulations. These drugs are supposed to prevent the Corona virus from invading cells there specifically for people with mild to moderate disease who are not in the hospital. And it's not just a shot or a pill. They have to be given by Ivy infusion, a process that takes two hours or more like everything in today's world during the pandemic, our biggest challenges are around staffing. Dr. Peter Newcomer is chief clinical officer at University of Wisconsin Health in Madison. He says his hospital is giving the drug after hours in an infusion center so infectious covert patients don't cross paths with cancer patients and other vulnerable people. Special plea went out for nurses to take on yet another shift. Even as the hospital struggles with rising Covad cases, the hospital can initially handle eight patients a night. Newcomer says They started with three patients on Tuesday night. Our advertising campaign to the community when I'll come Monday and Tuesday, so we're going to see more tonight and then Philip all over slots. Real soon. If everyone who qualifies for this treatment asks for it, the hospital will quickly run out of drugs. So you w health set up a system to identify people who would most likely benefit primarily people over 65 with underlying health conditions. Will randomly pick from that pool. If there isn't enough drug to go around. It's basically a lottery type system with an allocation that is done as equitably as we can informed consent for this includes telling patients that it's not clear just how well these drugs actually work. The National Institutes of Health put out treatment guidelines, saying there's simply not enough information to know if they are effective. Company studies suggest doctors have to treat 10 to 20 patients to avoid a single hospitalization. Dr. Newcomer wishes he could tell how well the huge investment in staff time will pay off as long as we can continue to provide this treatment. We plan on it. It's gonna have to be an ongoing evaluation of what we can afford to do. From the staffing standpoint, the drugs could help hospitals if they can keep their patient loads down in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Dr. David Gonzalez is keeping a close eye on the capacity of Krista's ST Vincent's Hospital where he's the chief medical officer. We're currently entering crisis levels stage with bed capacity that's throughout the state of New Mexico. His hospital is directing people most likely to benefit from the new treatment to the hospital's emergency room for the infusions. We have a portion of our emergency room that's dedicated to cope in positive patients. Krista Saint Vincent's Hospital infused its first patient Tuesday, using one of the eight initial doses of the drug allocated by the state of New Mexico. After the hour long infusion. Nurses monitor patients for 1 to 6 hours to make sure that there are no serious side effects, and Gonzales says that monitoring continues once patients leave the hospital were able to follow the patients at home. And, uh, and a pain their vital signs and they can go through a questionnaire in which we ask them if they're experiencing specific symptoms more than 2400 medical facilities nationwide have been allocated some of these drugs. And many are like these in New Mexico in Wisconsin, now starting to figure out how to make it all work. Richard

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The Vampire of Dsseldorf Peter Krten

Serial Killers

04:32 min | 1 year ago

The Vampire of Dsseldorf Peter Krten

"As Dusk, fell on February eighth, nineteen, twenty, nine, forty, six, year, old Peter Curtain prowled the bustling boulevards of Dusseldorf searching for his next victim. He stopped outside Saint Vincent's Church, and leaned against the stone wall he watched as Rosa. Olica a young girl of about eight years old sauntered towards him Peter Shot Rosa of friendly smile and asked where she was headed unfortunately. Roseau was unaware that it's often best to stay away from strangers and freely told him her address. Peter. Extended his hand and offered to take the eight year old home as soon as they were alone on a deserted street Peter Seized Rosa by the throat and strangled her aroused by. Her Death Peter Sexually. Assaulted her body however like so many times before sexual abuse was not enough to satisfy him for that. He needed see read Peter pulled his trustee pair of scissors from his coat pocket and repeatedly stabbed Rosa in the chest. He would later claim that only when he saw the gushing blood, did he finally reach sexual satisfaction Peter Stared down at Rosa's lifeless body and noticed that a small wound had formed on Rosa's temple where she hit the ground and it was starting to bleed at the site of the blood Peter was seized by a sinister craving. He pressed his lips around the wound and sucked the blood from Rosa's skull. Peter derived a pleasurable sensation from the act and like when he first killed a sheep as a teenager, it would change his life forever. Vanessa. Is going to take over unless psychology here and throughout the episode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist, but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks Greg Peters Consistent Sexual Sadism can be considered a pair of Philip Disorder. This is an abnormal sexual desire that causes harm to others according to the DSM five. They're eight classifications of para phileas and parasitic disorders. Prior to drinking Rosa's blood Peter fell firmly into the category of someone suffering from a sexual sadism para. Philip Disorder. Meaning that he derived sexual pleasure from hurting others but now Peter Succumb to an uncategorized para phillix disorder known as he Motta Linea or the sexual stimulation from blood. This is sometimes referred to as clinical vampirism or R-enfield Syndrome after the character. From. The Novel Dracula. Of course, Peter would never know the name of his disorder. He only knew his taste for blood was more literal than ever before he also suspected that the graphic nature of his crimes would provoke a series police investigation so he needed to tread carefully. Peter decided the best course of action would be to establish an alibi. So while his wife Ow Gustav. Was Out of the House he returned home to inspect his clothes for bloodstains and clean his scissors. Once he was presentable and weapon free he took himself to the movies on his walk home from the Cinema Peter. Thought. It might be a good idea to burn Rosa's body. Not only would this destroy any lingering evidence it would also increase the grisly nature of the crime that night Peter filled an empty beer bottle with the petroleum from one of his lamps then headed back to where he left Rosa but as Peter ventured toward Rosas body, he realized there were too many witnesses to set a fire on detective he hit. The bottle behind a nearby sign and decided to come back later early, the next morning Peter told his wife he was headed to the bathroom, but instead a snuck out the front door of their building he sprinted to the hidden petroleum, grabbed the bottle and made his way over to the hedges where he'd left Rosa's body Peter Poured the petroleum all over. The girl then dropped a lit match onto the corpse as soon as the flames ignited Peter made himself scares within minutes. He was home and crawled back into bed with his wife who was none the wiser a few hours later, construction workers discovered Rosa's charred body but the fire hadn't and Gulf the girl as Peter had hoped only her clothing and. A little bit of her hair had been burned. So she was easily

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California - Gov. Newsom provides update on state's COVID-19 response

Money Matters with Ken Moraif

04:38 min | 2 years ago

California - Gov. Newsom provides update on state's COVID-19 response

"Okay we're gonna take a I check in with governor Newsom he is now doing a live update on the corona virus response in California seventy thousand masks today for health care professionals just in the state of California also committing to over a thousand ventilators just in a few days the state of California working through his supply chains and partnerships companies large and smaller stocking small company that does a little bit of manufacturing up in Santa Rosa said they want to convert their manufacturing facility to help so masks same the same trust down in Los Angeles and that of the garment district said they'll do the same thing not only that the largest companies in the largest manufacturers of that happen to be based in the state of California like the gap saying we're ready to convert whatever ready to meet this moment tell us what you need hospitals credible philanthropy of people that are literally sending planes to China on their own dime and bringing back resources and support from all around the world it's quite literally not an exaggeration it's not exaggeration at all imagine governors all across this country are experiencing the same thing it's an old building and makes you feel like we truly can make this moment according ly we have had a remarkable response in terms of the work that our own teams are doing we've been able distribute we had twenty one million masks in our reserves we've been up to distribute ten million of those masks last week we put out an additional million a half of those masks just in the last few days we've got millions more we're going to try to get him out into our system as quickly as possible we are able to bring on Seton hospital as part of our portfolio of IT search we're able to announce just today Saint Vincent hospital down in Los Angeles now part of our portfolio four hundred and ninety rooms it will be up July seven hundred fifty in the next few weeks capacity community hospital the great work that was done down in Long Beach with mayor Garcia was able to get a hundred thirty rooms up online people already being transferred today and over this weekend a working with our site are affiliate C. P. M. C. in San Francisco a hundred fifty seven beds we now have a term sheet to bring into our portfolio we have folks Coalinga we have folks in Pacific gardens that are committing with term sheets to increase our capacity in a hospital system that by the way all told it's about a thousand beds that we've been able to procure in just the last number of days we were incredibly pleased to get a call from the White House want to thank president trump I want to thank vice president pence we were able to get eight field medical units into the state of California that's going to provide two thousand bed capacity for the state of California these are those field medical stations that have been discussed across the last month few weeks all across this country they're finally being delivered they're on the way we got our first trying to last night down in riverside this strategic national stockpile and we are quite literally open up those boxes as we speak more started to distribute those assets all throughout the state of California in real time that's gallons that's gloves that's masks and the like it's just the first of four that will be arriving we're told that they are already beginning to send all right we're gonna continue to watch what okay you've been listening to governor Gavin Newsom give an update about what's going on in California saying that more than a thousand beds have been opened up in the state of California in just the last few days to help you know it it take care of any overloads because of overcrowded conditions due to the corona virus he also said that the state has been able to distribute more than ten million masks they've got twenty one million in reserves and more are being put out into the system as soon as possible to make mention of some of those hospital beds opening up including the community hospital in Long Beach and several others now the governor also mentioned eight field medical units have been ordered is sent to California from the federal government and those that could provide two thousand beds to the state if they are needed the governor also updated the number of cases to twelve hundred in California with twenty four

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Federal government looks to malaria drug as possible coronavirus treatment

Hammer and Nigel

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Federal government looks to malaria drug as possible coronavirus treatment

"You may have heard of parkland in malaria drugs seen by some medical experts as a stopgap coronavirus treatment John Herrick reports Louis Profeta as an emergency physician for Saint Vincent hospital in Indianapolis he says you can try it if you develop symptoms but don't expect your doctor to write you a prescription yes number people listen to light I'm not approved FDA treatment and assume that liability that could open them up to a possible

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"saint vincent" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on Daily Pop

"The wrong word well with your air didn't have to tell her because I actually pulled up the foot. Gosh no let's look at it. Saint Vincent here with you tonight. You know it was really awkward last for you. What was always. She was dating statements another time. Of course we have to ask. These questions are also producers. Were murderous after you need to ask her if she's with a date night if she's with. Saint Vincent and so I had to ask the freaking question. Because if I didn't come back at least having tried I probably wouldn't have happened to me so I asked her and then I went on to ask you Can you tell me right there? Not your person now gets you in the house. It's not like she has to understand that those questions are going to be asked no questions and they're like say you're GonNa ask this right. You'RE GONNA ask her how she found out her husband a one hundred percent and then when I come back. I did ask her to buy. If you work in this industry. You know that you have to ask some of these questions. You know at some point in your career surroundings while she eats salad and she says this with a straight bays and says we just think that after you ask her the Diet next questions. We need to ask you. How did you find out that her husband had issues? Like serious look back. Young I was raised.

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"saint vincent" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"AJ Palumbo yeah I watch lebron and that Saint Vincent saying Sarah what was it savings and say merece I watching gives a merry's against not Pennsylvania all stars the entire state of Pennsylvania played against just lebron high school which is now his business team yeah I watched that which is sold out that arena was sold out if those kids were to put together some sort of all started for somebody that they can sell tickets all over the place they can prepare they get NBA scouts are Brian XMB approaches Jim Rome and ends up like to be in trouble now I think there's a benefit to going on learning from the great coaches apology no I think she's actually is lost one of the still got it but I think there's some benefits of going to college but I think it's only matter time for these entrepreneurs in these kids that dominate social media and the content game break their own thing and go sell tickets everywhere at the ball family gave it a dell I think they were just too insufferable the dad was George suffer more for me to get on board with that but I think at some point that's going to happen well it's just so short sighted to that like these kids can't take some money to like get a meal or like you know in license case like tuition for high school and mark adverts making four million dollars a year it's like well you know there's there's got to be some give and take there I mean you're never going to win if that's the case yeah because I know a lot of team mates of mine that they want to West Virginia they came straight out of the streets we're talking about guys that sold drugs we're talking about guys that come from parts of neighborhoods that you only hear about in documentaries and movies if you don't live there were gangs Ron everything and got his only hope we're sports in our family can provide them with damn near anything and then they get to school and you get a you get a scholarship check but that's core subject is only for your housing in your food right so these guys if they want to do anything with their life they really can't because they can't ask for money from anybody unless they're asking money from the wall right ever drug dealers back home or whatever it is because their families don't have any money if they want to get money from booze like Reggie bush not somebody ready must remain a ride donors background what if they were to get money for somebody to live in a nice apartment a nice place to dispose of junk check in to go shopping to do all these things wow they're earning West Virginia University in these universities millions and millions of dollars it's very hard to still be inside where it's like they they should be able to do that nope they they should know better that when they signed that scholarship and they got that education that's really going to take a boring life because then you're focused on a really good degree because they don't have what Paul ten hours a day every single day so they can really focus on becoming doctors and engineers things are really Pam inception slash degrees because they come from an education from everywhere the damn anyways so these guys barely know how to do anything in great street smarts great common sense we're talking about the a book smart things like that these guys have that opportunity so whenever they get a hand out now in some ways like not getting the hell out here you can't do that are like it's like are you really trying to help people are you just trying to help yourself and that's the question a lot of people ask the NC double a I think I think it's very easy to see how people think that if you're outside looking in but for me in my experience and the guys that I got to be friends and play football with and see where they come from and meet their families and see what they've gone back to because they didn't make it to the NFL it's something where I just find it very hard to still be on the side where you think that they should be able to get a little bit of assistance well said very well absolutely well said what we do here what we do here are we gonna get to a break I believe my airports are dying confidentially donning computers dine but we will wrap up this hour two of these feel good Friday December twentieth with Biggs's walks next franchise Roger you last backed in all of the things that we could potentially dive into I think we even try another phone call yeah you're listening to Pat McAfee show you're the absolute greatest ASEAN.

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The Thinking Behind the Book 'Home Coming'

VINTAGE Podcast

09:53 min | 2 years ago

The Thinking Behind the Book 'Home Coming'

"So homecoming is such an incredible book? And it's already having an incredible impact. I really enjoyed hearing all the different things and actually I listened to the audio book. I know that a lot of our listeners. Love audiobooks listening forecast. Say The audiobook. Because they're really interesting experience to hear the voices as well Tennyson it will a- and about your the thinking behind the book when when I can concept came into your head and what it was like an his first stages of planning a few years ago I wrote a memoir about growing gluten with my Jamaican parents called bad guy at the wheel. By guys. My father's nickname his Jamaican can. He had baggy is an all of his friends equally. Funny Nicknames that define them and they adhere to whether they liked the name or not so there was one man called old shine. Who was bowled? Like me anxious was very anxious. Tidy boosters very fussy but his footwear clock had one arm longer than the other. My favorite was manacled somewhere. And when somewhere came to this country from Jamaica in one thousand nine hundred system light summer suits tropical suits the matter. The weather weather come halo storm and when I thought about writing this book ask my mom. Whatever became of somewhere and she said well he caught a cold and died within a few months and I was shocked by that straightway which she spoke to sit in very matter of fact way had an edge to it but also it was quite a funny and I remember that when asked let's grapple loosened in the sixties all? The people were really really funny. There were like in my mind. CAST members of guys and dolls the Damon Runyon and they were all of my figures. We had no television until nineteen seventy two but they were television and what. I finished that Book Burger at the wheel about six seven years ago now I was wanted to continue it and away. The beginning of homecoming was a continuation of that story story but equally there were books. I read as a young man about Caribbean people in this country especially a book by Sam Cell Phone. Call the Lonely Londoners which is a book about a man called Moses who is kind of meet and greeter. So Kirby America's Dan to Waterloo station or Paddington and greets this carbon pioneers come off the boat train and equally. They have Wonderful characters wonderful names as a character. Awesome Galahad is rather light my car somewhere and when I finished up I wanted to myself. Well what would what would become of those people from the nineteen fifties and sixties if they were still alive today and what were their stories. What was the story of their great pioneer migration to prison? And although there have been books about that I don't think anyone's really interrogated the individual stories. And what you get with this book which is kind of oral history is a kind of an accumulation of similar stories and by that accumulation. You realize there was a bigger truth because sometimes when you hear stories you think that's just a one off when you hear again again again and you realize the experiences and I wanted to to have that kind of course onus in this kind of chorus line because right the way through But also the kind of gives you some of the shape and the contours of their lives from six to the present day and the people that you you chase to feed the book is e. Say An instruction that you you kind of chose intention eaten interview more women than men. 'cause you know those stories are represented. And and also more Chinese these people than Jamaican tell us parents Jamaican and three quarters of the migrants came from the Caribbean were Jamaican. But I right now. The Jamaicans take up too much room in the culture. The make too much noise have to credit opinion on themselves and they're over represented in our culture in terms of books books films music and sometimes they're kind of eclipsed some of the other islanders so I was very keen to address that so if that into more from Guyana kits and I was interested to find out why people ended up in certain parts of the country. So if you're from Saint Kitts you end up open leads. If you're from Saint Vincent in Hiwickum if it from Trinidad you end up in North Hampton and I think we want to these areas because they they were pay people were or their friends and associates broke. Equally is very keen to complicate the story because many of us will see those photographs photographs of the wind rush generation. The wind rush people coming off that ship. Ninety forty eight and the kind of I chronic now these men in Fidora's and zoot suits behind. You ever see any women in this girls but on that ship is often said from the beginning of that story. That now was that the five hundred Jamaican men. That's not true. There are other islands on that ship and the two hundred women on the ship including a woman called Mona. Baptiste's this wonderful jazz singer so I wanted to tell this story but also I wanted to use them to complicate the stories because the women were actually much more generous with their antidotes. Does that much more prepared to interrogate the interior lives and live longer but also in all honesty but I went to interview them. They're prepared to feed me saying that being you played this game I think three hours and the men wouldn't think to feed me and I'll be the on the floor gasping for water a little bit of bread but women would feed me straight away and actually what was interesting to me. I thought began to re revisit. Some of the stories. We're kind of finishing but some of the stores were not familiar. But I heard this story again and again from these elderly people who are now in the eighty s and ninety s had remind. I was on the antiques roadshow. And that what I was hearing were these jewels or this precious antiques. That not been added it for many many years. They've been stored away in cupboards in people's minds and never had a pap form and as an dustin down and reveal them to the reading public because to me they are wonderful rich funny cide. Moving polemical sometimes Philosophical stories that. Give a real sense of the panoply of of of of carbon life in this country. Because I think sometimes sometimes we have very reduced idea about the carribean presence in all honesty. If you look in terms of the archive in film and Television News Pretty Negative and right from the word go. It was pretty negative. People talk about the hostile environment. That Theresa May introduced in two thousand twelve but in my research it was not a new venture. She was very from the very beginning. And I. It's what I was interviewing a lot of these people who are in their eighties nineties to some of the archive of this month. Lockup in the British library the BBC See San Marcos in the BBC people around Archives let the deejay Don Letts had done lots of news twenty years ago. He's archive you've but also I would to my hometown is Brighton. Went to Sussex University where the Mass Observation Archive is held old and in nineteen thirty nine mass version which is so socialist research tool wanting to discover how people live. That was the whole idea of massive station Tau to working people live. What do they do with their money? How they use this time they still go to church too? They gamble. How do they make love but not at thirty? Nine maps vision decided to do a survey about black people. What did people in this country? Think about so-called Negroes in nineteen thirty nine and it wasn't very flattering it was pretty obnoxious really And I wanted to give a sense of what this carbon people who come into because in their minds I say this is true was everybody I spoke. They were a British. I'd even my mom for the book my Mom's from Jamaica and when she was growing up making the nineteen forties she knew how to fold the union flag flag. She could site keats. Shelley Wordsworth automatic pope's by Roach. She knew them all didn't need any book to repeat this poems and she told me that when she went to the cinema the reality cinema and Kingston in one thousand nine hundred dollars at the beginning of the screening of a film people. Stand up to sing the British national anthem and at the end of the screening people. Stand up to sting the British national anthem and I interviewed amount from Guyana. Who told me that when he came to this country went to the cinema and at the end of the film he stood up and such and he was amazing Nubia standing? He was really perplexed by that. So the sense of why they felt Brigitta. So what idea of Britain coming to see if they'd had it had access to these archives from from muscles version. They might have been a bit perturbed but what was interesting also. Is that the British. Sometimes they produce these booklets which they sent out to the Caribbean to give people an idea about what to expect. So there's one booklet produced by the BBC called going to Britain question. Mark as a small pamphlet is western some idea about Codes behavior so if I was to say to nineteen forties forties as an English person and you How do you do? What did you think MSA

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Millions march for action on climate change around the world

Casual Times

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Millions march for action on climate change around the world

"As many as four million people took to the streets around the world Friday and the largest day of action focused on the climate crisis students across the globe participated in a climate strike inspired by the sixteen year old Swedish activist commit to doing that just over a year ago okay to began skipping classes to protest in front of the Swedish parliament amending action to prevent catastrophic climate change protest inspired millions around the world on Friday she joined the climate strike in New York City ahead of today's U. N. climate action summit later in the show we'll hear data in her own words but first we turn to more voices from Friday's protest we begin with fashion a precaution co founder and executive director of the sun rise move banking climate activists Vic Barrett interesting climate strikers in Foley square as the March began. leave it got even on the go yeah Big Bear is my name I am grief we know my people are after one digit is community from the island of Saint Vincent and the Caribbean despite overwhelming adversity we organize our community and emancipated ourselves from colonization my ancestors did this to protect

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"saint vincent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello Saint Vincent yeah that's right the title of this nineteen eighty five movie starring Emilio Estevez demi Moore and rob Lowe references a patron Saint of sailors and intestinal maladies scene moves fire and that's right this show crazy ex girlfriend featured a song about this southern California weather phenomenon which contains the Spanish name for Jesus's grandmother Ilya Santa Ana winds you get that correct eighty eighty scenes in is also the patron Saint of Canada there's a famous basilica in Quebec built in her honor I winds the winds winds yes I have been thank you where I was saw Saint Elmo's fire for the first time this nineteen eighties TV show is set at the fictional St allegiance hospital named for the patron Saint of gold Smith and coin collectors do you know what people call this place a dumping ground a place you wouldn't want to send your mother in law is this seen elsewhere it sure is this is your last clue the scenes of soldiers and France is the subject of this nineteen twenty three play written by George Bernard Shaw which was revived on.

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Caribbean islands brace for Tropical Storm Dorian

5 Things

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Caribbean islands brace for Tropical Storm Dorian

"Forecasters areas of issued a tropical storm warning for a number of caribbean islands as tropical storm dorian is on the move and the national hurricane center says that dorian could strike puerto rico and neighboring islands islands as a hurricane by tuesday or wednesday. A hurricane watch is currently in effect for saint lucia while tropical storm warnings are in place for martinique barbados and saint vincent and the grenadines dorian is the fourth named storm of this year's atlantic hurricane season and could end up being the largest ahead of a stretch in september and october when forecasters. There's generally expect the largest storms of the year. Meanwhile cruise lines sailing from south florida have begun to modify their attorneys to avoid the

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"saint vincent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:02 min | 3 years ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On the Saint Vincent sportsman foams hotline. He's forgotten more than the rest of us collectively know about high school baseball, Steve how you doing today. Good. How are you? Couldn't be better. Watch. Some great lacrosse my grandson had four goals and three assists in the Panthers of Hanover's fifth straight win. It's a good day. It's a good day. And it's also good go somewhere in the state people were able to actually get some baseball games in. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I saw a baseball game myself today. And I know that there were several games in high school to college games right phone, but yet about baseball. You an I talk last night. Who did you see today? I saw count at some coal near union mills actually near and I up in south central is getting votes in the polls. Pretty good baseball. Turn in. In fourteen to four in five innings for those kind of games. They're the top three hitters were on base by time. One of those kind of games and the wind was blowing each came home run. And. But the top central itself was pretty good. The there's some when and when they've had at least. And runs scored runs. Whether they do score a lot of runs, right? So, you know, it's one of those one of those things where I you know, now, and we talked about it last night teams ought to be able to point down the season where you starting to see the pretenders in the contenders. Start to separate you starting to see teams that are legit start to play and play will right. Yeah. That's right. Just starting to figure some things out this. And you know, I'm I'm looking at the polls here we talked about it. Yeah. No. It's real early. But you know, when you look at three A, and you see Andrea and quite a bit. They just keep rolling along. They they are so good. And a lot of guys back from last year state championship team the interstate. How to do it all the success? They've had over the years. I think we can understand. Oh, yeah. I mean in they're almost forty years, and he's really a student of the game. And he's always looking to get better. And he's not he's not complacent what he's gotten. Well. And I know they'd be providence Catholic out it still annoy today for two. Oh, you look at them. And you think yeah, they just continued to do it. And do it the right way. But it is it still wide open. In your mind. Are there are there favorites? I mean, would you consider favorites in the four classes that we have in terms of a possibility of being at a victory field in June. If I go that far. I mean, like we talked about last night about Brian she'll that's back would not be surprised if and rain is there because they're they're a lot then their lot and has been there five times one at four and they're very good. They but with like central today, by the way. Double header that would not surprise me. But. I think the team just. That was shot. Give me an idea of you know, in in each class three or four teams that wouldn't surprise you to see them add victory field play for the championship. Okay. Well, let's just start with let's start with one a wouldn't be surprised to. She Dale Bill there after all they were to the last three years tiny. Carey is the coach. So that would not surprise me. Could be the monkey on somebody else's back or maybe the comes up a one a and Bari I'll say all right? What about to get hate mail? Now, I you can stand. You're a tough guy. You can handle it to what do you think? QA shay. Floppy central Catholic. That's always a good one. I mean, that's a Catholic. It's a safe bet. Right. When the poll was came out, I think the play times this week and yet they're still under one. So that's what they pay that kind of schedule while behind me. I'm not really going out on a limb by saying the program because they're always very good Andrian. Yeah. Andrea had three. Joe I gotta pick three out of those are the three three all kick in flooring. Grandpa, and we'd like Graham point Columbus's as crown point and trade. Good. And there been at the tough Dirk atop the Risha, Paul. Yeah. Crown point of Columbus. And let's say an all right, Steve. We've gotta run. I appreciate you staying up late and calling back. You're the best go to Indiana, RBI dot com for Steve crawl Steve. We'll talk to you next week. Thanks so much. Thanks so much. Steve. We'll come back. Dachshund colts football. Joe stays Nick after rob content. Indie school beat on Indiana, sports talk. Drive the car. It was a frightening experience. And I just want that day. Danny was a road worker on a road chop site. Just minutes before his day ended it.

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"saint vincent" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

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"saint vincent" Discussed on WTVN

"Is also a freelance writer and artist as well as a lover of music previously. He worked over ten years in law enforcement, and as a correctional officer Steve is a longtime research or the paranormal he's traveled worldwide. Most recently the Thailand where he and his wife adopted one of their two sons, he's an avid lover of the nighttime. He said this is when he feels most truly alive in the darkness of the night. And therefore most productive in his paranormal research in writing Steve has always had a deep interest in the Kentucky state penitentiary since early childhood. He's late father told him of the many dark things that inhabit the oppressive holes of the prison one Steve began working there himself, he experienced some of the same phenomenon. He was told about he is the author of huntings of the western lunatic asylum huntings of the Kentucky state penitentiary, which we discussed his on his last visit. And his latest huntings of the Saint Vincent academy. Steve welcome back to coast to coast AM. How are you? Great back on. And I look forward to what is it about western Kentucky. You know? There are a number of areas in the United States, West Virginia, of course. And we we think about the moth man and. Appalachia and so forth. Western Kentucky seems to have a lot going on in terms of the paranormal. What is it about that region of the country? Do you think? Well, there's a lot of would like West Virginia Kentucky regards of coal mines and just a lot of hard working people. Sometimes very short lives, especially in the early days. And there was that type of you know, sort of thing where you're living today, you're trying to get through having tomorrow, and that sort of Spartan view of your future makes people sometimes look at things like an afterlife and all that. And that's where the stories come from. That's where you know. Stories when I was a small child here and western Kentucky. And there's just something about the land of people who have visited Kentucky lot of them. I wanna go back. I mean, it's very picturesque beautiful area and there's darkness under their two times. So tell me about Saint Vincent academy, this this was a Catholic orphanage tell me where it's situated in what the building looks like. And then we'll get into a little a little bit of its history. Sure absolutely academy that is located in Union County, which is typically Morgan hill Kentucky, and that came about in eighteen twelve now, this is a thing that was put together by the sisters of charity of Nazareth, and they had come through and set up the school now Morgan Silva's established nineteen twelve school was probably founded in eighteen twentieth. Memory serves actually the second of one of the second two schools in Kentucky and its heyday was really in the eighteen forties. Eighteen fifties. A very it was a very excellent pretty bad disrepair. Now wasn't large store building. The upper floors actually was used for more unruly children. Kind of you know, teach them about learning learning penance of whatnot, you know, different time and obviously retina middle of going into civil war times. And it was about to educated and give them some sort of future. Because a lot of a lot of children were. Working nothing performs but could read so it was an attempt to help the air you grow. And obviously, you know, the church to the very large part of that in still to this day. There's a lot of places like that of the Higgins lung center in these other facilities that are still very active and the minds of the people who growing up there. And the people that are or the children of the orphans that resided there. How did they arrive there where they were their parents lost in the coal mines of how did they how did they end up at this orphanage? There's a myriad of different things that you may or may not know in the eighteen hundreds. There was a very bad like Spanish flu outbreaks all kinds of different outbreaks collar or whatnot. All coming down, the Mississippi and then down through the Wabash, rivers and Cumberland and all that. So there was all these different waterways because those two are roads those worshops those where people got their food and anything come down the pike. Just like today. Get on airplanes got a code in Greece moved to New York five days later. So a lot of happened that way. Yes. A lot of death happened with a lot of does happen. Just with you know, bad situations and in poor outlook sometimes children were given there because they thought they might have a better chance at life. You know, is is hard as we are today to think away or is a great place to be. But it's been starving in the woods. It's better than being taken advantage of in some city. Right. And unfortunately. Steve lot of orphanages of, you know, during a certain period in our history, and I don't wanna pick on or single of the Catholic run orphanages, but just orphanages in general particularly in that period. Head a bit of a bad reputation. There was a lot of let's face it. There was a lot of abuse. There was a lot of tragedy is that the case was Saint Vincent's. Honestly refreshed here. Again, when you do these stories that bottom thing of going. Yeah. Well, this is all whatever get diner this drown that right? As stand overall, the children retreated, very well. And they you know, they took to the education pretty well. And. Understood. There was no at least that was told to me any stories of abuse or sexual abuse our treatment, you know, beyond, you know, strict religious, doctrine and upbringing all mean in NSA with all due respect. You don't play. If you guys went to Catholic school. You know is very serious about what they're doing. You know, they're there to help in. There is no rise of guy to make sure you, you know, you children are educated smart, and we'll behaved right? So even though there wasn't abuse or or necessarily a lot of tragedy. The the academy itself and the the surrounding area of Saint Vincent has a lot of paranormal activity, and I wanted to just jump right in and start with one tell me about the curse of the black nun. Who was she? As the women's actual name. I'm not sure not always change it. Anyway, you know, you know, protect people's histories that is what's going on you deal with people in earlier time people are still living there. Someone knew someone was related to some whatever. Some always mindful way understand it in the later part of the eighteen fifties. Eighteen six eighteen sixties because it was starting to go in the civil war times. The one of the nuns was filling up a oil oil heater. And what had happened was. There was some activities and things go on that have been very snowy. So they had a non the chill out trying to shove on everything cleared out. Because if you go you're to get your doors open, it was back when it was really hard snow and so anyway by the time they were able to get back heaters had just about ran down probably ten or fifteen minutes. I'm getting back. You know? So the the nun in charge for whatever reason when ahead and poured the heating oil into the into the furnace, which as you know, anybody it's done things generators or any sort of gas powered or oral motor. You don't wanna do that can be flashback. And fortunately, that's what happened of the non still header wrong habit on in some of it as it flash jumped back spilled on her habit. And of course, that ignited, and it was a it was a battle. You know, the older students in other nuns are trying to help put out the flames. Unfortunately, she asked do, you know, the severe burns, and you know, possibly develop pneumonia. I'm not for sure if she died that night or to act, which it was a horrific death and ever since. Then people have reported seeing a shadowy, you know, like an outline of a nun featureless, but you would see her to seem very solid. But the thing was if she knew your. Looking at her. She would take off. And I'm talking take off like, you would see, and, you know, like, a movie all ground in zip in just one no way, you can do that. And the curse come about. As there were few people in the latter years working was a facility was doing some electrical work and some heating work. We always had to great things. They started noticing this person in the building at the time was there. So there were two people ended up going after seeing this shadow on two different occasions. Both individuals within six months of their encounters with the you know, the shadowy. None died under circumstances. Weird accidents weird illnesses things like that. But it only happens to those people that pursue her. Jesse understand what I went through. And check everything out the woman who kind of let us through Tanya who showed us a lot of these different cities and told us all about it that if you see a thing, I don't care what you think you're seeing do not go after it. And of course, okay? You know, bumping up the story or something. Right. And she's like, no, no, heart attack serious. We've I knew a person who went through this and develop a sudden cancer just out of nowhere in was going a few days history. Cancer told your anything anything? Okay. But then she don't be about the other person similar circumstances in there have been some other people who got close to do not chase it in also developed. So that's where it lies, you know, which she told me, I didn't see anything. Thank goodness definitely wasn't gonna chase it. And did you stay there overnight? Did you have your, you know, your night vision goggles and recording equipment in in anticipation that you might catch a glimpse of the black. None. That's the thing with the ice team to Caldwell county paranormal, which is a little team that we host here in Princeton Kentucky, where I live, and we were lucky enough to as building was in transit specifically the center part of this is very large compound. As we were there, we rebel the setup cameras and reporters and all that good stuff. We did not see that. Now, I had some some photos to measure if you ever if you got him in time for the show that actually showed image of a little boy out from under a small table. Now. There's people here in. Probably ten years or so probably by that time. But there was you know, images of things like that they were doors slamming there is screams coming up from downstairs and people talk in in the main corridor because it was divided into A T, T shave thing called raider hall. Then they were Jacob home, the lift and Kobe are home, the right one was girls boys on the Kobe r- side is where most the happened. That was where the boys are. So yeah, we were very surprised. And that's why included that end the on the thing has kademi book that particular investigation because the other other books have all been about mainly just other people's encounters. I have a few encounters penitentiary had never actually been at the western state. Got that workers and people that I knew that were solid. But but yeah, yeah. Yeah. There was a lot of weird stuff in. We definitely got shadows. And weird. Weird things going on. It did not look like to me. And how about EDP's did you capture any children's voices on VS? Yeah. That's that's one of the things as you understand. We know each other so much some somewhat off air, you know, we've lost children, you know. So that is gut wrenching stuck in a situation. You we'd have children saying, no, we don't want people to waive are. Can I go home with you things like that? And that's in the same time. We will get a lot of weird temperature readings. We'd also get you know, doors door slamming things like that. And it was hard. It was hard to deal with you know, you hear children's skipping up and down the hallway has recorded. There's not a soul in that building. We check every corner that building, and they were so animals there is no anything, and I'm pretty sure, you know, cats don't skip. Last time I checked now it's the Saint Vincent academy. Right. But it the building has been repurpose some sort of a learning center, right? We'll see. That's the whole thing business academy is on a large Catholic compound in. So that included the academy. Also, the coinciding learning center, which that had a lot to do with like way would mothers and things like that. 'cause we had VP's of a baby crying, and I'm going. Time. We were checking out that particular section of the same since I was like you didn't have special because it was hit for especially children here. And they're like, well, no, wait a minute. Now back in the nineteen twenties. Or so when the building was still young. Yeah. I think headed for way with mothers. And I was like, okay. We'll get any Ps children in like infants but you know, that sound that probably two to six month old very young. And again offered me, you know, I don't write these books for giggles. You know, sometimes it's to report very serious things. Don't get me wrong. Everybody loves to have a good investigation. Then it's it's fun, and it's camaraderie, but sometimes you come away with some kind of dark, and that's one of those things right now, it's not just the the buildings on the property. Tell me about slack farm's burial mound where is slack farms in relation to the academy. Okay, slack form is probably just a few miles away from that area. And I understand it's very smart is maybe three thousand people, you know, on you know, some cousins coming visit. You know, it's it's very small southern town. And so the same thins are sorry slack form come about. Because at the time. There was a forever family owned that property the story of how became haunted in an issue is twofold firstly there are some people that come through. They were looking they said they're looking for arrowheads and pottery different things that now those back in the seventies. So the laws were not in place. They were looking for pondering things like that they sell to collectors and whatnot. Well, they paid a thousand head. I think it was ten or fifteen men this. This is good money in nineteen seventy farmer. Civil look if you put everything back and make sure it looks right. Don't leave big hose and stuff out. You can do it. Okay. That happened.

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"saint vincent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

12:59 min | 3 years ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Paranormal researchers Steve E Asher is also a freelance writer and artist as well as a lover of music previously. He worked over ten years in law enforcement, and as a correctional officer Steve is a long time researcher or the paranormal he's traveled worldwide. Most recently the Thailand where he and his wife adopted one of their two sons, he's an avid lover of the nighttime. He said this is when he feels most truly alive in the darkness of the night. And therefore most productive in his paranormal research in writing Steve is always had a deep interest in the Kentucky state penitentiary since his early childhood. He's late father told him of the many dark things that inhabit the oppressive holes of the prison one Steve began working there himself, he experienced some of the same phenomenon. He was told about he is the author of huntings of the western lunatic asylum huntings of the. Kentucky state penitentiary, which we discussed his on his last visit and his latest huntings of the Saint Vincent academy. Steve welcome back to coast to coast AM. How are you? Great. Appreciate you have moved back on. And I look forward to talking to you. What is it about western Kentucky? You know, there are a number of areas in the United States, the West Virginia, of course. And we we think about the moth, man, and Appalachia and so forth. Western Kentucky seems to have a lot going on in terms of the paranormal. What is it about that region of the country? Do you think? Well, you know, there's there's a lot of similarities with like West Virginia needs to Kentucky regards of coal mines and just a lot of hard working people. Sometimes a very short lives, especially in the early days in there is that type of you know, sort of thing where you're living for today, you're trying to get through it because you may not have tomorrow, and that sort of Spartan view 'cause you're makes people sometimes look at things I Italy afterlife. And all that. And that's where the stories come from. That's where you know. I was hobos Sandoval stories when I was a small shot here, western Kentucky. And there's just something about the land. People who have come here. Visit to Kentucky lot of them. I wanna go back very picturesque. It's beautiful area. And there's another dog this under their two times. So tell me about Saint Vincent academy, this this was a Catholic orphanage tell me where it's situated in what the building looks like. And then we'll get into a little a little bit of its history. Sure, absolutely academy. That is located in Union County, which is specifically mortgage Kentucky, and that came about in eighteen twelve now, this was a thing that was put together by these sisters of charity of Nazareth's, and they had come through and set up the school. Now Morgan Phil was established in eighteen twelve school was probably founded in eighteen twentieth. Memory researchers actually the second of one of the second oldest schools in Kentucky and its heyday was really in the eighteen forties. Eighteen fifties. A very it was a very old building accident, pretty bad disrepair. Now was like a large store building. The upper floors actually was used for the more unruly children. Kind of you know, teach them about learning learning and whatnot, you know, a different time. And obviously it was right in the middle of going into civil war times. And it was about educated and give them some sort of future. Because a lot of a lot of children were working on nothing but forms the couldn't read. So it was an attempt to help the area grow. And obviously all the church to the very large part of that in still to this day. There's a lot of places like that of the Higgins London center, and these other facilities that are still very active and the minds of the people who grown up there, and the people that are or the children of the orphans that resided there. How did they arrive there where they were their parents lost in the coal mines of how did they have? They end up at this orphanage. There's a myriad of different things that you may or may not know in the eighteen hundreds. There was a very bad like Spanish flu outbreaks all kinds of different outbreaks collar or whatnot. All coming down, the them, Mississippi and then down through the Wabash river and Cumberland and all that. So there was all these different waterways because those two are roads those were shots those where you know, people got their food and anything come down the pike is just like today. Get on airplanes got a code in Greece. It's New York five days later. So a lot of death happen that way. Yes. A lot of death happened with mines a lot of does happen just with you know, bad situations and then in poor poor outlook and sometimes children were given there because they thought they might have a better chance at life. You know, is is hard pressed as we are today to think know way, that's a great place to be. But it's better than starving to woods. It's better than being taken advantage of in some city. Right. And unfortunately. Steve a lot of orphanages of, you know, during a certain period in our history, and I don't wanna pick on there or single of the Catholic run orphanages, but just orphanages in general particularly in that period. Head a bit of a bad reputation. There was a lot of let's face it. There was a lot of abuse. There was a lot of tragedy is that the case was Saint Vincent's. Honestly, I was refreshed to hear. Because again, when you do these stories it's that bottom thing of going. Yeah. Well, this is all whatever Indus get died or this drowned or that person was right? As understand overall the children retreat it very well. And they you know, they took to the education pretty well. And. All right. You know, as understood there was no at least that was told to me any stories of abuse or sexual abuse service treatment, you know, beyond, you know, strict religious dominated upbringing. I mean in NSA with all due respect nuns don't play if you guys went to Catholic school. You know, they're very serious about what they're doing. You know, they're there to help in. There is no rights of guy there. Make sure you you know, you children are educated and smart and will behave. Right. So even though there wasn't abuse or or necessarily a lot of tragedy. The the academy itself and the the surrounding area of Saint Vincent has a lot of paranormal activity, and I wanted to just jump right in and start with one tell me about the curse of the black nun. Who was she? You know as the women's actual name. I'm not sure not always change it. Anyway, you know, made, you know, protect people's histories and stuff because that is what's going on you deal with people in earlier time people were still living there. Someone knew someone was related to some whatever. Some always mindful way understand it in the later part of the eighteen fifties. I six hundred eighteen sixties because it was starting to go in the civil war times. The one of the nuns was filling up a oil oil heater. And what had happened was. There was some activities and things going on that have been very snowy. So they had all the non in some of the older children out trying to shovel and get everything cleared out. Because if you it go, you're gonna get your doors open. It was back when it was really hard snow and by the time they were able to get back. The heaters had just about ran down would probably ten or fifteen minutes. I'm getting back. You know? So the the nun in charge for whatever reason went ahead and poured the heating oil into the into the furnace, which as you know, anybody that's done things generators or any sort of gas powered or oil buyer motor. You don't wanna do that? 'cause there can be flashed back in. Fortunately, that's what happened of the non still had her long habit on in some of it as it flash jumped back still doing her habit. And of course, that ignited, and it was it was a battle. You know, the older students in of another tried to help put out the flames. Then, unfortunately, I'm Z asked do you know that the severe burns, and you know, possibly develop pneumonia. I'm not for sure if she died that night or night or to act, which it was a horrific death and ever since. Then people have reported seeing a shadowy, you know, like an outline of a nun featureless, but you would see her Jude seem very solid. But the thing was if you knew your. Looking at her. She would take off. And I'm talking take off like, you would see, and, you know, like a movie off the ground in zip in just one no way, you can do that. And the curse come about. As a few people in the latter years working with the facility was doing some electrical work and some heating work. You know, we always have to have great things. They started noticing this person in the building at the time. No one was there. So there were two people ended up going after seeing this shadow on two different occasions. Both individuals within six months of their encounters with the you know, the shadowy none died under mysterious circumstances. Weird accidents weird illnesses things like that. But it only happens to those people that pursue her. Jesse understand what when I went through. And check everything out the woman who kind of led us through Tanya who showed us a lot of these different societies and told us all about it that if you see a thing, I don't care what you think you're seeing do not go after it. And of course, okay? Did you know bumping up the ghost way or something? Right. And she's like, no, no, I'm serious. You know, we've I do a person who went through this developed a sudden cancer just out of nowhere in was gone in a few days. They'll get through cancer and told you anything no anything. Okay. But then she told me about the other person similar circumstances. And they said there had been some other people who got close to but to not chase it and also developed illnesses. So that's where it lies, you know, which she told me, I didn't see anything. Thank goodness. I definitely they're gonna chase. It. And did you stay there overnight? Did you have your, you know, your night vision goggles and Allie recording equipment in in anticipation that you might catch a glimpse of the black. None right. We see. That's the thing with the team to Caldwell county paranormal, which is a little team that we host here in Princeton Kentucky, where I live, and we were lucky enough to as building was in transit specifically that the center part of it because this is a very large compound. As we were there. We were able to set up to cameras and reporters and all that good stuff. We did not see that. Now, I had some some photos measure if you ever have you got them in time for the show that actually showed a image of a little boy period out from under a small table. Now. There's nothing people here in. Probably ten years or so probably about that time. But there were images of things like that they were door slamming there is screams coming up from downstairs and people talk and in the main corridor because it was divided into A T T shape thing called raider hall. Then were Jacob hall, the lift and Kobe or home the right one was for girls boys on the Kobe or side is where most of the TV happened. That was where the boys are at. So. Yeah, we were very surprised. And that's why I included that in the onset of the thing has kademi book that particular investigation because the other other books Donald about mainly just other people's encounters. I had a few counters penitentiary, I've never actually been at the western state. I got that workers and people that I knew that were solid. But but yeah, yeah. Yeah. There's a lot of weird stuff, and we definitely got shadows. And weird. Weird things were going on. But it did not look like to me. And how about EDP's did you capture any of children's voices on EDS? Yeah. That's that's one of the things as you understand. You know, we know each other so much all some somewhat off air. No, we've lost children. You know? So that is gut wrenching out stuck in that situation. You have children saying, no, we don't want people to waive are. Can I go home with you things like that in that's in the same time? We we get a lot of weird temperature readings. We'd also get you know, doors door slamming things like that. And it was hard. It was hard to deal with you know, you were here children's giving up and down the hallway has recorded. There's not a soul in that building. Yeah. Check every corner of that building. And there was no animals. There is no anything, and I'm pretty sure, you know, cats don't skip. None of those either not last time I checked now. It's it's no longer the Saint Vincent academy. Right. But the building has been re purposed it's at some sort of a learning center. Right. Well, see that's the thing. Because the whole thing business academy is on a large cap compound. And so that included the thing this is a cat Amee. Also, the coinciding learning center, which that had.

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"saint vincent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Tonight number eight at coral Carmel number one in four hundred sixty two fifty two winners over Fisher's Ryan Osborne joins me on the Saint Vincent sports performance hotline. Congratulations coach, thanks for the call. Hey, thanks for having me coach. I appreciate it. I beams always the toughest, you know, what? I mean. I don't care what it is. I don't care. How many you've won? I don't it doesn't matter. It's still that first game in the sectional is the toughest thing. There's no doubt. And you feel it all day long. You absolutely fueled all day long, and you have to play the second game, which is even worse. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think they used to do it where the two teams played each other. Yeah. That's been a while ago. And now you're you're playing a team that's already played a game. Yeah. This Fisher status. The capable team. They've had some success this year. Yeah. Yeah. There's no doubt. They have some pieces and they execute. They do a good job execution the half court in use utilize your strengths. So they put fifty six fifty two on board. Not a lot of teams have put fifty two on the board against you. Coach they put twenty seven on us in the fourth quarter. Oh my God. What here you have? You were pulling out weren't you? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We we just we we kind of lost a rhythm. Then we must miss a lot of free throws. And we built a big lead. In the first half mean defensively, we were solid. We thought we did a good job. He's got sixty percent in the first half and build a lead. We go in the half five twelve Nestle to align. Instill with a nineteen point lead and feeling pretty good through the third quarter of me new just kinda spun on wheel had quick decisions. Quick shots. Just spinning our wheels for most of the third quarter. I think at the end of the third were up sixteen or seventeen and they they they run and jump in the fourth quarter, and instead of keeping spacing and and making the extra pass were forcing dries and turning it over and now they're getting filed or they're hitting threes. And and then all of a sudden the gap closes a little bit. And I think. We didn't handle it very, well, we we pay an and and you know, talk after the game. And and you know, the kids are good. They get it. I don't think it'll be an issue, but just kind of caught us off guard. I guess feel uncomfortable. You know, how are you? Three quarters and now all of a sudden not handling pressure. Well, and then didn't close it out like we'd like to. But but you know, what got an opportunity to play again. And then you've got to feel good about that Carmel over Fisher's tonight. Sixty two fifty two taking on HSE tomorrow for the championship. Ryan osborne. Congratulations. Good luck tomorrow night. Thanks coach. Thanks so much. Chris Hawkins joins me from addicts addicts over rebuffed Jesuit tonight. Fifty nine fifty six coaches on the Saint Vincent sports hotline crew sets a great win over a good rebuff Jesuit team tonight. I mean, China Howard has his kids prepared. I'll game long think we cut the lead down to one like, gene Costa half. And then ended up down eight and a half inches. Really tried to talk to our guys just about taking the right side when the ball plan as a teeny came out and got five stops. And basically in the third quarter kind of changed game defensively and. We end up making some movement in the fourth quarter and was able to hold onto the victory. You knew going in you got to try to stop Simon banks. I'm. Because I've seen both teams play. And I would think you guys matched up perfectly with one another. Yeah. You know, we we try to put the different bodies on me, you know, some bigger stronger kids that had his strength. He shot the ball will hit maybe two or three threes. Spencer shot Lil. I think match Chaplaincy threes. Kid come off the bench hit a three. So you say it was a heavyweight battle. We're able to come out they choice as well. For you. Chris. Hero Bennett thirty six tonight. Wide you Quan Edwards had a big block toward the end of the game, some key rebounds and shots. So we, you know survive in advance and play Ritter. Likes them at. I like Ron, Steve I I really do should be a great one at sexual number twenty seven at Garin Catholic Crispus addicts over Br above Jesuit tonight. Fifty nine fifty six taking on cardinal Ritter tomorrow night. Chris Hawkins is.

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"saint vincent" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:52 min | 3 years ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Batons Sheboygan claims that they changed that law about the past three years ago. I thought it was longer than that. But nonetheless law was changed. To the quick trip issue. Whereas if you're the nine two while the idea of Twenty-three drive offs stolen gas is troublesome repeated occurrences from the same person is not uncommon. I worked at a quick trip for some time. Dr offs are reported to police. However, oftentimes, the license plates are stolen unregistered out of state and often appear on multiple vehicles. The way they're usually caught is buying ten of employees. That is observed the security footage recognizing the person at the pump and notifies police while crime is in practice. I suppose it's not that easy to. To identify quick trips in two six two quick trips and Manami falls have had many drive offs in so many. And so cameras were put in place to record everyone. Every vehicle license that has a gas fill up. I guess it's a bigger problem than I realized shocked at somebody could get up to twenty three before they actually get tracked down by police. But maybe it's possible. Glens? You gotta pay first before you. I mean, how often do you get caught doing? Now, you have to walk in give them your twenty bucks. And then you go out and fill your tank. You always have to I would say that. Now you do. But I was gonna say generally speaking in the last five years you used to be able to pay us to be able to pump. And then go in and pay or hit as one caller said, Jeff you could hit the button that says pay inside right fill up and then go pay inside. But I'm telling you now, maybe you're right. Jordan in rural areas, that's a little bit more commonplace. But generally speaking in the city, you can't even hit the pay inside. But you have to go pay inside before you can start pumping your gas, by the way, we're we're just talking about traffic here a little tip from John in Milwaukee. Let everybody know what the roads are starting to deteriorate with ice on them accidents in the Milwaukee Waukesha area, some spin out so turn the headlights on. We're starting to see once you vehicle on its side on forty one forty five by Good Hope. So it's we're noticing a lot more spin outs in issues now than before. So be prepared for them travel. Safe because of how that conversation went. And it was a good one. They don't have as much time to get to this one before we see what Jerry Bater has on tap in for Jeff after twelve. But this was the other story that I had filed away today under the how the blank does this happen. Did you see this story? Several outlets have picked it up. Fox six had it a woman hired as a book keeper at Saint Vincent, depaul embezzled over five hundred thousand dollars over the course of nine ten years over half a million dollars embezzled by this woman for Saint Vincent de Paul which is a great a great charity. A great cause a great organization this woman. Her name is Donald Larue embezzled is accused of embezzling over five hundred thousand dollars. She served as a bookkeeper beginning in January of twenty nine. Originally did this in a part time capacity in the last few years. It's been a full time capacity. The way the structure of Saint Vincent de Paul is set up kind of allows for this. A sheriff's detective met with the Saint Vincent depaul district council president and board officials in may of two thousand eighteen regarding theft. They advised that Saint Vincent depaul services nine churches in the county. They explain that each church has up to twenty members which make up a conference, you can kind of see the pyramid set up the structure and stuff like that. Anyway, when there's a need the treasurer reaches out to Saint Vincent for donation. Larue was hired as the Saint Vincent, depaul bookkeeper part-time twenty nine fulltime. For about a year, or so she was the point person to be contacted when money was needed by a church conference. The Saint Vincent depaul officials said when a check was written to a church conference it had to be signed by two executive board members and the rue had to use QuickBooks to track the donations the expenses. They noted that sometimes board members would here's here's a red flag. They would sign blank checks if it was over the weekend. You know, why you signed blank checks? Leaving yourself open. She was assigned to take those checks to deliver them to the treasures within cash the checks for their respective church. Here's another red flag Larue as the bookkeeper was the only one in charge of the checks and the QuickBooks entry. So now, you've given this woman the ability access to blank checks signed blank checks. She's the only one in charge of the check season, the only charge L one in charge of the bookkeeping. The software that records all this who's gonna notice a couple of thousand here a couple thousand there. It was just that it was four thousand. Here's one district council. President noticed that a debit for four thousand dollars that she did not sign for and did not recognize a further investigation revealed seventeen more for three thousand four thousand each written out, Donald. True. Half a million bucks. It's a lot of money the president provided investigators with copies of suspicious checks written out to the including some that she used for rent for own house. The question I have on the surface was had a blank does this happen. But when you've got blank checks, and the only person handling those checks is the only person with access to the books. You don't like to this stuff happens, especially with these great organizations that mean, well, but how do you live yourself open? Don't you just happen? The first time though after that, you know, there's always a slippery slope, and it might become easier. Your conscience is a little bit different after the first one, but you have to like. You have to either need the money, really bad or you're thinking. Okay. Well, we'll just see what happens here. Just give it a shot. Thank records from twenty eleven through may have two thousand eighteen. Indicate that there were two hundred one checks that were either forged or written without permission, totaling five hundred fifty seven thousand dollars the other question, I asked earlier was if you are someone in this position this is over ten years. So maybe you can kind of spread it out a little bit or or find ways of of of stealing this money, and it doesn't change your life that much, but when you're taking this much are you making changes to your life? Are you live in a little better lifestyle? You suddenly have a new car in the driveway coat that you notice your clothing is suddenly upscale a little bit more on the neighbors going how how is how is we knew that Donna is the bookkeeper for Saint Vincent depaul and suddenly she's driving a Maserati. Should we be asking questions like that? Perhaps the Greater Milwaukee.

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"saint vincent" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"List? Can you keep? Can you keep? Ability. Say wonderful Saint Vincent. And Pete for towel is joining us effect. I think she just was in New York. And I would've loved to in fact tomorrow tomorrow or Friday tickets go on sale for death cab who's come into town as well. And I think are out at the Tennis Center, and I would like to go in June. Pete is back in the USA after a boy a a hectic trip abroad. Just a weekend. I confused so many people saying I was travelling to cover the Pegasus. I have all these spoke saying, oh, let's meet up where you know. We're in Florida. No, no, no. I'm covering the Pegasus. But I'm doing so from west London, not from Hallandale beach. Unfortunately for me, though, I guess, you know, it wasn't exactly gorgeous weather in Florida either. But obviously it would have been amazing to be on site. But hey, not a bad. Second was to be there Saturday night had a lot of fun on Sean Boyce, and Jason Weaver talking about all the action from Gulfstream Park. And then. Yeah, it was right back on the plane and got back here starting know, how some of these real broadcasters feel when they have to do their gigs just going in and out too far flung places for short visits. But it was a lot of fun. And I'm happy to report that I'm going to be doing some more written coverage for the the sky. Racing partner online at the racist dot com..

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"saint vincent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On the Saint Vincent sports performance hotline off air you and I were talking. I'm not exactly sure what to say about this tonight. Yeah. It was very bad on both for Indiana. Archie miller. The players use words like embarrassing it things like that. And that certainly applies because they got down seventeen nothing. They didn't get a basket until ten fifteen to play the first half. It's the fewest points. They scored at home was always one forty six tonight. Squirted home since January twenty four two thousand ten they lost fifty forty three Iowa. So almost a decade since they fit this bad offensively at home. And you know, they got sixteen points you want Morgan. But Romeo Lakewood goes three for twelve robber finished. She goes to for twelve they shoot three for twenty from three and that comes one game four for twenty one to three north western. Do have a lot of offense at issue. They got defensive issues. Right. Well, I mean even talented guys like Romeo, I forgot lost. And you know, they were effort questions there were questions there were intensity level questions. Everything they were they were that Michigan's good. But I think Jon Morgan is correct. Or not twenty three points better in assembly. All that. I it was just a it's not that. I you lost. How lost I could not agree more. I mean, and I mentioned it look you've lost five in a row, you're at home. You crowd is going crazy. And you you go down seventeen nothing which is mystifying to me. And I don't think anybody in the building has an answer for that. No. Talked about how he feels like they're shell of themselves right now. But there are legitimate confidence issues that they played scared at times, which I think is right. You know, Al Durham tried to attack early on. But he was really about the only one early on especially Morgan kinda gun at one point. But you know, one or two guys being aggressive isn't even remotely close to a nothing the big Ted, generally, and certainly not any year with the big ten has. I think like nine to nine teams in the top forty two Ken palm national rankings, the big ten's a really really good obviously Michigan phenomenal teams. But if you're Indiana lost five and a national top five team. This ought to be the more today. This ought to be the angry dog coming out. And even if you don't win there should be an incredible amount of fight. And again, it's not that I lost. How they and they just didn't show any fight. You know? I mean, I had a couple more players that tax break things like mandate, elbow, somebody deuce, right? Right. Great. Show show. You're really. Do something. And I think that to me that I think is what fans are most frustrated about it. It's like, you know, why was there? No fights. Jeff ram Johns. I wish I had more time. You know what I'll call you tomorrow night. We'll get in in depth on this. All right. Sounds good. Great. Thanks for the call. Let's talk some more college basketball because he's got to catch a plane. Mark minner voice to the Butler BULLDOGS on the Saint Vincent's sports the fullness hotline Butler losing tonight. This is a tough one. This is an absolute one that they lose seventy what is seventy five sixty one to Creighton on the road. It's a tough loss. Warm great. This was close. But towards the end is kind of got away from. No doubt. No doubt. Just couldn't hit stretch shots down the stretch. The last six twenty three in the game. They didn't have a field goal and and hit a couple of lines. But unable to really, you know, sometimes right? It shots. You have opportunities and just doesn't go your way and Craig credit Creighton that a sellout crowd of rate. Housing. And they they found a way to get it done down the stretch the dogs tonight. It was just one of these things where we're the points coming from Kamar Baldwin, and then Knin what that was the whole thing. I mean, you just good. They did not shoot the ball. Well, and again when you're on the road and your Creighton shoots fifty percent from the field. You know, you're in for trouble. No doubt. Baldwin had a really good STAN line twenty three points twelve. From the field five of six the line..

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"saint vincent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"saint vincent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The Saint Vincent sports performance online. We're talking obviously about the BULLDOGS tough loss at Seton Hall. There are no easy games will understand that in the big east. But it's it's a great matchup number one. This is a rivalry game. So to speak in the Butler ex you games, always fun. Both teams are not playing great basketball still trying to put the pieces together. So make this makes it a compelling matchup tomorrow afternoon. Yeah. It does. I think there's gonna be a great crowd at since I center, and and as avian baller teams that have really had some some fun rivalry games in the past. But but Dave your has controlled the series, and they swept the BULLDOGS the regular season last year Xavier graduated two of their better players in recent memory and Trayvon fluid and JT mature on. So the BULLDOGS have an opportunity against to pick up a win in that series. Would you got a team that's another identity a week or non conference schedule for the musketeers, and they're searching for win against a team like Butler that would be really good for for their continued hopes in in conference play and beyond. But but these are the opportunities again, you know, as we mentioned the team like Xavier team like the Paul if there's if if any road win is tough. That's that's that's fair. But teams that are you know, the bottom half of the conference. Those are the ones that that. You certainly Cirque was is is better opportunities to get those those victories. And it'll be a lot atmosphere. It's not an easy place to play especially. When Butler comes into town. So, you know, this is strictly an easy opportunity to get a win. But it's one of those games that certainly you hope you can pick up a couple of road wins Xavier depaul and bring some momentum. When you gotta play. Saint John's Villanova back field out it missed opportunities against Seton Hall late in the ballgame. There were a couple of ill advised shots and the other point pardon. And it was disturbing to when they had some looks had opportunities things just didn't go. They had trouble finishing at the rim. Had trouble finishing shots and couldn't get some stops. In somewhat uncharacteristic way for the dogs to play at the end of a game. Yeah. It seemed like a scene home when they went to the line. They've they missed a lot of free dry, but Georgie that second half. But then down the stretch it a couple of days they needed to. But the challenge for baller was early in the game. Didn't get the shots down when they had those and then in the second half anytime, they they make a shot. It seem seemed like on the following is action. Seton Hall a good score. So there there weren't able to really get that Lee closer than you know, five six points. But it would stated like that that five to nine point margin supposed to second half, they weren't able to string together. And I think part of that was the inability to to to create stops against some of their players. And and so, you know in a road environment. The one thing you can do is you put yourself in a bad position where it's a close game. Right. And you're on the road. You wanna be able to kind of pull out get a little bit of momentum and acquired the crowd down. And they've struggled to do that on the road this season. They've been trying to fight for behind the road, which is which is presented itself as a as a challenge. So hopefully. Turn the tide tomorrow. And and they're coming out of the gate, strong and getting jobs to fall, and you see those go through it could really spur some momentum offense Jordan Tucker starting to get into the mix and feel more comfortable Joey brunt. Getting a start had a great game. Some good parts some some really positive things for the BULLDOGS there. Yeah. I think you're right. A few key players. Are you mentioned Joey bronc? I double double football player in exactly a year. Keelan Martin had one on January ninth the prior year and Joey had twenty ten game. That was that was a lot of fun to see is he continues to develop his name. Kamar Baldwin over the last couple of games as well has played has played well offense ably as you mentioned Jordan Tucker who you just kind of waiting for the game. But he's gonna go off, you know, he's a really good score. And and and shoot or other things he has an ability to get to the line ability to go to the basket, which is the BULLDOGS have really struggled at doing which is getting to the line drawing, the contact getting extra opportunities, and and so for for Jordan, Tucker, you just you know, that one of the games. Those shots are gonna fall for a player in his caliber and excited to see what kind of lift I can give the BULLDOGS and and relieve some of the pressure that somebody like Qamar has when he's trying to go and get get a bucket late in the game. The BULLDOGS of Butler taking on Xavier tomorrow at twelve o'clock in big east action, Mark minner and Nick Gardner on the coal Neha Butler radio network. Mark. Thanks so much of the time. I appreciate it. Best to look to the BULLDOGS tomorrow. Thanks coach. Appreciate it. Have a great rest to thanks so.

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