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"sandy berman" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"sandy berman" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"And we return to our American stories and up next, a story from one of the first museums dedicated to Jewish history and heritage in the United States self Agreement Jewish Heritage Museum in Atlanta, Georgia. The museum's archives contain countless oral and written histories of Jews in Georgia and Alabama, and we happened to visit When they were celebrating their 25th anniversary and putting on the hood Spur Exposition. The celebration of Jewish stories from the South. He is our own Monty Montgomery. With a story in Atlanta, Georgia, close to downtown and right next to the Center for Puppetry Arts is the Bremen Jewish Heritage Museum. One of the few museums dedicated to Jewish history in the deep South. Here's Jane Levy, the founding executive director of the Bremen, with more You know the Jewish history in this country. Most people think of as the big cities North and so Southern Jewish history For people who aren't Jewish history scholars is something that I'll see more But how long have Jewish people been in the south and in Georgia? Here's the Bremen's founding archivist, Sandy Berman. But the answer to that question since 17 33 right after Oglethorpe came to settle the colony, Jews were on the next ship, and they were At first, not entirely welcome, the Charter said, And that was only for Christians. But there was a physician on board and there was a an illness going around. And.

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"sandy berman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"sandy berman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To clear water nine thousand five hundred and eighty five that is a new record breaking number of people have now tested positive for the court of virus in one day every statewide total to more than one hundred and thirty two thousand cases residents are being reminded to wear facial coverings and maintain social distancing to avoid infection the sense biking one of ours cases prompting Miami to shut down its famous beaches I love the fourth of July weekend city Miami mayor Francis Suarez is calling it part of a crackdown on recreational activities to the rising number of covert nineteen cases across the state your closes beaches from July third through July eleventh and bans gatherings of more than fifty people after three months of mounting criticism from the public Hillsborough county's emergency policy group members are pushing back which are less Miller revealing this week that he and others in the group are the target of new threats via email hello member county commissioner sandy Berman says enough is enough in their latest meeting now a lot of people are happy but it's just yes I'm calling for and some of these need to be investigated our house at the hate and the threat that's in them you could tell in the tower one email even uses a racial slur described Miller's handling of the group a black lives matter mural in Orlando freshly painted on Friday nearly key ola has already been vandalized according to police the twenty thousand dollar project was tagged with graffiti sometime overnight into Saturday morning with the phrase is defined OPD and abolish police over one activist tells WOFL fox thirty five the bureau was not enough protesters.

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"sandy berman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"sandy berman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm Chris strength in Tampa bay's most famous resident caught breaking safer at home rule that story coming up purses check the roads here's K. long from the Florida central credit union along traffic center we're looking pretty good on our big bridges so far this morning I have any accents tell you about on the sky way take about eight or nine minutes to get from the manatees I over the Pinellas county side same thing for the Howard Frankland just a reminder the Pinellas Suncoast transit authority buses and Hillsborough area regional transit buses and the downtown Tampa trolley all working on a reduced schedule that's due to the corona virus outbreak if you have an updated six ten K. long as radio WFLA finally enjoying some lower humidity but lots of sunshine warms us into the mid eighties it's sixty seven degrees at newsradio WFLA Tampa bay's most famous transplant has been caught violating social distancing rules Tom Brady was found in a Tampa park as police were patrolling for people not following the state all rules here's mayor caster talking with St Petersburg mayor Christman about what happened with the new bucs quarterback so individual working out whatever downtown parks and she went over to tell him that it was close it was Tom Brady so when you go out he has been cited mayor castor says it's important for everyone to follow the rules to prevent the spread of covert nineteen Brady came to Tampa Bay as a free agent from the New England Patriots he's renting the mansion of former Yankee Derek Jeter bales wrote county emergency policy group continues to weigh its options to allow businesses to eventually re open and on wine safer at home guidelines county health director Dr Douglas Holt and other health officials say only one percent of Hillsborough residents have been tested for corona virus so far the commissioner sandy Berman says that's not enough I think one percent or a county that still in the number of cases that we have in the state I I just I would feel more comfortable before we open up if we were testing more in terms of economic recovery the county will be receiving two hundred fifty six million dollars in aid from the Federal cares act a few more Florida unemployment claims have been processed and paid with few being the key word the state of Florida now says at least six percent of the unemployment claims it has received so far have been paid that's a slight improvement over the four percent it announced last week but no where near what's needed by the many Floridians who are jobless the state also has created an online unemployment dashboard there will show updates on claims received and paid Mike Stevens newsradio WFLA the governor says there's no time to waste in getting Florida restarted after the corona virus crisis Wayne's we were on pace for one kind of a record here and we're probably going to end up with it being another kind Florida chamber of commerce president mark Wilson says reopen Florida task force members need to be cautious this week because of Florida or nation would have the world seventeenth largest economy we're going to have to have a very surgical re opening the Florida task force working groups and executive committee will hold their first conference calls today among the members are the mayors of Miami Dade Broward and Palm Beach counties the final recommendations are set to be given to the governor after Friday afternoon's meeting her credit I guess Miami pictures of people crowding on the beach and Jacksonville led to a national backlash with the hashtag Florida morons trending on Twitter Jacksonville mayor Lenny curry says he took a lot of flak but believes he did the right thing from the beginning of this crisis the governor and myself and others have suggested that people get out and exercise and move around and do it in a safe way Lehrer mayor curry says he's a that national media since central sensationalize the reporting of the issue when the pictures and video seemed to show crowds on the beach curry told a virtual news conference residents can't hide in their homes forever a line of strong thunderstorms and push through central Florida on Monday produced several tornadoes in citrus county the national weather office says an F. zero tornado with eighty mile per hour winds downed trees and damaged dozens of homes along a seven mile path through Homosassa springs resident Mike Thomas tells news channel eight he was ten seconds of terror for use on both.

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