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03:46 min | 1 year ago

"silo hill" Discussed on WTOP

"Acting police chief, saying he plans to reach out to Republican Congressman Lauren Gilbert about her plans to carry a Glock handgun in the city chief Robert Conti, telling reporters who remind the newly The Colorado lawmaker of DC stricter gun laws. Wilbert has made no secret of her intent to bring a handgun to the Capitol complex. Their lawmakers are exempt from gun laws as long as the weapons are unloaded, stored in member's offices and safely transported. And as federal and local police prepare for what could be a bumpy couple of days of protests and skirmishes in the D. C, involving legitimate protests, counter protests and extremists. W T O P National security correspondent J. J. Green says DHS leaders held an agency wide conference call yesterday to try to get its arms around the situation. After the call The brief the head of DHS, the acting attorney general secretary of the interior and the acting secretary of defense, there are People that are supposed to come to a rally on the mall just across from the White House, which is where the president is going to be holding his rally. The big concern is chatter from groups like the proud boys that say they're coming to Washington to to try to blend in and cause trouble again. That's wtlv National Security correspondent J. J. Green officers involved in a shooting that left a man dead in Frederick County, Maryland, will not face criminal charges, but other types of action could be taken. You might remember the mid day to state Chase 11 Mondays ago that started in Pennsylvania went south to Thurmond turned around and eventually ended in Emmitsburg. Here, the Silo Hill, Exxon Will the shootout that led to the death of 38 year old Brian Selmer was justified, according to the Frederick County state's attorney's office. It says action taken by two county sheriff's deputies was warranted. The deputy still, however, could be subject to departmental discipline or civil complaints that have lower threshold for culpability. Police initially began chasing Selmer in Pennsylvania. Because he was in a stolen van with a man suspected of killing someone. Christi King. W. T o P News 9 52 allowed in county Sheriff's deputy and stable condition after being shot at a sterling, Virginia Walmarts over the weekend. On Saturday, w T. O P S Matt Small, telling us He was one of three people hit by gunfire to loss prevention officers who were also shot during the incident were both out of the hospital. By yesterday. The suspect fired multiple rounds of the pair and the deputy before fleeing the scene and other sheriff step He chased and shot back at the suspect, who was later caught by Fairfax County police driving South bound on Route 28. The suspect is hospitalized in stable condition he has not been identified in charges are pending, according to the Loudon County Sheriff's Office. WalMart tells w t O P. It will continue to work closely with law enforcement during their investigations and hope the suspect will be brought to justice that small W T o P News housing allowances for military members will rise by a nationwide average. Almost 3% this year. But as federal news networks Jared, Sir, believe reports, the real figure depends entirely on where you live. The siphons are based on studies of local housing costs Me and this year the biggest increases in 29 Palms. California service members at the Marine Corps is largest base will see a boost of almost 20%. The Washington DC area will get an almost 10% increase. Meanwhile, housing allowances and 83 separate housing areas will actually decrease Service members won't see an actual pay cut. Those who are already living in those areas will be grandfathered in. You can see the full data set and federal news network. Com Jared Serbia federal news Network Coming up in money news looks like Hollywood productions are poised to shut down again in California because of Cove. It 9 53. Navy Federal Credit Union. Our arms are wide open to the Army, Navy.

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"silo hill" Discussed on WTOP

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03:26 min | 1 year ago

"silo hill" Discussed on WTOP

"Suburbs. 7 50 on w. T O P officers involved in a shooting that left a man dead in Frederick County, Maryland, will not face criminal charges, but other types of action could be taken. You might remember the midday to state Chase 11 Mondays ago that started in Pennsylvania when south to ther, Mont turned around and eventually ended. In Emmitsburg here, the Silo Hill, Exxon Will the shootout that led to the death of 38 year old Brian Selmer was justified, according to the Frederick County state's attorney's office. It's this action taken by two county sheriff's deputies was warranted. The deputy still, however, could be subject to departmental discipline or civil complaints that have lower threshold for culpability. Police initially began chasing Selmer in Pennsylvania because he was in a stolen van with a man suspected of killing someone. Christi King, W. T. O P News, Loudon County Sheriff's deputies and state Condition after being shot into sterling, Virginia WalMart on Saturday As we learned he was one of three people hit by gunfire. The two loss prevention officers who were also shot during the incident were both out of the hospital by yesterday. The suspect fired multiple rounds of the pair and the deputy before fleeing the scene and other sheriff's deputy chased and shot back at the suspect, who was later caught by Fairfax County police driving South bound on Route 28. The suspect is hospitalized in stable condition. Has not been identified in charges are pending, according to the Loudon County Sheriff's Office. WalMart tells w t O P It will continue to work closely with law enforcement during their investigations and hope the suspect will be brought to justice that small W T o P NEWS NEW tonight. Maryland Awarding more than $9 million in tax credits to revitalize historic buildings in this state Seven projects are expected to create more than 700 jobs. One project is located in Frederick County, the Buckingham House and Industrial School upon complex and Clagett center. The site includes a barn built in 18 98. That's considered a rare example of its building type. The born will be converted into a meeting house with a dining hall on its lower level. As health bosses brace for a post holiday surgeon, covert 19 cases and deaths. One airport is bragging that it was the country's busiest during the New Year's travel period. That airport is Orlando International, which quotes T Essa figures showing that it had more departures. Than any other in the country between December 27th. And this past Sunday, January 3rd lowest number was on New Year's Eve just over 38,000, the highest Saturday and Sunday with nearly 61,000 both days. Numbers, of course, are well below last year's but appear to be the airport's best since the pandemic began, airport officials say better safety and cleaner airport. At lower airfares were all factors. Peter KING. CBS NEWS Orlando The Transportation Security Administration says it screened about 324 million passengers at airport security checkpoints across the country last year. That's only about 39% of the approximate number of passengers the screen the year before it slows. Travel volume of last year was reported back on April 14th. The T S a anticipating daily travel vines will continue to rise this year and follow seasonal patterns. However, the agency expects volume will remain well below pre pandemic levels. Most of this year. Still ahead in money news. There is a list of 100 restaurants We cannot afford to lose in our country are any D C properties on it? 7 53. Is.

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"silo hill" Discussed on WTOP

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02:38 min | 1 year ago

"silo hill" Discussed on WTOP

"Wise, we're hanging in the forties 44 in Chantilly Penn. Quarter is 46 degrees. It also happens to be 46 degrees in Colombia. 3 11 on double duty. O P officers involved in a shooting that left a man dead in Frederick County, Maryland, will not face criminal charges. However, there could be some other types of action taken instead. You might remember the mid day to state Chase 11 Mondays ago that started in Pennsylvania went south to Thurmond turned around and eventually ended in Emmitsburg. Here, the Silo Hill, Exxon Will the shootout that led to the death of 38 year old Brian Selmer was justified, according to the Frederick County state's attorney's office. It's this action taken by two county sheriff's deputies was warranted. The deputy still, however, could be subject to departmental discipline or civil complaints that have lower threshold for culpability. Police initially began chasing Selmer in Pennsylvania. Because he was in a stolen van with a man suspected of killing someone. Christi King. W T o P News allowed in county sheriff's deputy is in stable condition after being shot at a sterling Virginia WalMart Saturday wt Opie's Matt Small reports. He was one of three people hit by gunfire. The two loss prevention officers who were also shot during the incident were both out of the hospital by yesterday. The suspect fired multiple rounds of the pair and the deputy before fleeing the scene and other sheriff's deputy chased and shot back at the suspect, who was later caught by Fairfax County police driving South bound on Route 28. The suspect is hospitalized in stable condition he has not been identified in charges are pending, according to the Loudon County Sheriff's Office. WalMart tells w T o p It will continue to work closely with law enforcement during their investigations and hope the suspect will be brought to justice that small W T. O P news junior residents who are not U. S Citizens Canal applying to get what's called A driver privilege card change in Virginia Live became effective on January 1st. Allows non citizens to get the cards as long as they've reported income from Virginia sources or were claimed as a dependent on a tax return filed in Virginia in the last year. You can't apply if you're driving privileges are currently suspended or revoked in Virginia or another state. The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles is urging people who want to apply to gather the documents. They need schedule an appointment to take the appropriate test. Applications will only be accepted by appointment. Now, these cards are not a real or not real I D compliance so they can't be used to vote or board a flight or andr. Federal buildings. Hey, are you looking for an exciting new job? The CIA is looking for spies from all backgrounds and walks of life. They're trying.

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03:11 min | 1 year ago

"silo hill" Discussed on WTOP

"And in Frederick County investigators say that shooting was warranted. Video from more than a block away shows 38 year old Brian Selmer being chased on foot toward the Silo Hill, Exxon and Emmitsburg, pausing turning towards those in pursuit. Ah! Previous news release on the October multistate chase from the Frederick County sheriff says Sylmar took a shooting stance with his arms extended in front of him with his hands together consistent with a person holding a firearm. Now. A review from Frederick County State's attorney's office finds action taken by the two deputies was justified and does not warrant criminal charges. Under Maryland law, you might remember the chase that started in Pennsylvania when South to ther, Mont turned around and eventually ended in Emmitsburg. Police initially began chasing Selma in Pennsylvania because he was in a stolen truck with a man suspected of trying to kill someone. Christi King W T O P knows to 21 Julian Osanai is not coming to the U. S. To face trial at least Not now. The judge has ruled that Julian Assange cannot be extradited to the U. S. Because of fears that the wiki leaks founder may commit suicide. US. Prosecutors insist a sandwich colluded with whistle blower Chelsea manning over the hacking of Pentagon and State Department computers and 2010 and 2011 and they're expected to appeal today's ruling. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London And in other news today, the CIA is looking for spies from all backgrounds and walks of life. The new recruitment pushes an effort to diversify its ranks, and it launched the search on a new website. The days of all American spies being white male graduates from Ivy League schools are long gone. The CIA director is a woman and women head all five of the agency's branches. Despite that the CIA still lags behind the federal workforce and minority representation. Housing allowances for military members will rise by a nationwide average of almost 3% this year. But this federal news network to Jared Sarah super tells us the real figure depends entirely on where you live. The sight lines are based on studies of local housing costs Me and this year the biggest increases in 29 Palms, California. Service. Members of the Marine Corps is largest base will see a boost of almost 20%. The Washington DC area will get an almost 10% increase. Meanwhile, housing allowances and 83 separate housing areas will actually decrease service members won't see an actual pay cut. Those who are already living in those areas will be grandfathered in. You can see the full data set and federal news network dot com Jared Serbia Federal news Network, It costs money to keep up historic buildings. So the Maryland Historical Trust is helping it just awarded $9 million in tax credits to seven Prada. Trekked across the state. One of them is Frederick County's Claggett Barn and Bucky's Town. It's part of the entire Buckingham House and industrial school complex. Another is the Henry Highland Garnet School in Baltimore City. The former school was built in 18 77 and started educating black students in 1910. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall was one of its star graduates. It will showcase his memorabilia as well as some from the city's late congressman, Elijah Cummings. Up next in money news. Wall Street starts the new year with a big sell off what you can get a chipotle A for an extra two bucks. I'm Jeff Global. It's 2 24 New.

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02:19 min | 1 year ago

"silo hill" Discussed on WTOP

"Multiple sources reporting the President Trump will give the nation's highest civilian honor. Republican California Congressman Devin Nunes and Republican Oak, Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan. They were strong defenders of the president during his impeachment and Senate trial. The president is also reportedly considering awarding the Medal of Freedom to retired Florida State University football coach Bobby Bowden. The new year, bringing up a boost to federal employees. President Trump made the federal pay raise official on New Year's Eve with an executive order. The vast majority of civilian employees will see a 1% raise, but there are no additional locality pay adjustments this year. That means locality pay is frozen at 2020 levels for most federal employees. Pay freezes again in place for some senior political appointees and the vice president. Pay raises went into effect. January 1st Nicola Briscoe Federal news network Well, he may be the world's best known Chinese billionaire, and now he's missing, observers say, though. That may not be surprising. Jack Ma founded the Ali Baba and Aunt Group before leaving in 2019 to spend more time on philanthropy is worth an estimated $50 billion, and he hasn't been seen in public in two months. He was even a no show with the final for his own entrepreneurial TV contest, for which he's a judge circulating on social media right now, a 2019 video from an exiled dissident who predicted mob would ultimately suffer the same fate as all Chinese billionaires. Jail or death. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London officers involved in a shooting that left a suspect dead and Frederick County will not face criminal charges. Still, however, could be additional action taken. You might remember the midday to state Chase 11 Mondays ago that started in Pennsylvania went south to therm aunt turned around and eventually ended in Emmitsburg. Here, the SILO Hill, Exxon Will the shootout that led to the death of 38 year old Brian Selmer was justified, according to the Frederick County state's attorney's office. It's this action taken by two county sheriff's deputies was warranted. The deputy still, however, could be subject to departmental discipline or civil complaints that have lower threshold for Cole. Ability. Police initially began chasing Selmer in Pennsylvania because he was in a stolen van with a man suspected of killing someone..

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07:23 min | 1 year ago

"silo hill" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Uh, a drill. Yes. The interesting thing here is that that was one of Barry Manilow is most famous songs that he did not write it. So it was actually written by Bruce Johnston. I believe who was with the beach boys, and it became like Barry Manilow's best song. This is really embarrassing because the only song I've been able to identify on the show with Barry Manilow. There you go. Look, I barely know who Berry Manilow. It's so, uh, you must be very young. Andrew. I even knew that one. That one I could have answered. No, I'm about Jeff Sage. But I have no idea of music is not I'm a very left brain person. S so anyway, I gotta be honest about that. Anyway. You two are both involved in other charities s so why don't we start with Jeff? Tell us you're involved also with the Baltimore Historic Society, give us a little bit about that. And then we'll go to Carol and find out what else she's doing. Sure, the historical society Baltimore Candies located in back of the copies of the library in involved mechanic, obviously off down the road there, and they've been in business. 1959 so this one is at the house of on the hill. It is. It's the arms house. That's the that's the sleigh Ride Hill. It's a really good playwright Hill House was built in 18 72 has been all right. I'm sorry, Nesbitt. That's the there's a grave in back of there in the name on it is Nesbitt. If I'm not mistaken, I used to live in that area. I used to slay right there all the time. We used to go ice skating on the pond behind Little Pond. And there's a grave. There's a graveyard there and there's a There's a great stone says Nesbitt on it that I have to check that out. Thank you. So, so real fast. We have December 6. We have a Gettysburg Lecture coming up that people can attend one line, go to H s O b c dot org's and you can sign up for that lecture again. No no charge to do so. We have the Smithsonian coming back to the arms house. We had this facility in here last summer a year ago, and they're coming back in the fall of next year. 2021. I think specifically to us. It's in December of next year. It's called voices and votes. Democracy in America, and I could just put in one quick pitch. We are looking for donations in terms of actual political material, like buttons or posters from From either local or national elections. That would be wonderful to make donations in advance because our exhibit is going to contain a lot of that stuff that we're really excited to have a Smithsonian back again. Sit on the board there and way do lectures. We teach people about history. We have computer research available way have field trips. We have events, all involving local Baltimore County history. So it's we have a Sunday speaker Serie That's a tremendous organization against our 61st year. History is something that I think people take for granted and not realize how important it is to study and understand the history of not only the country and the world, but also your local community. So I think it's a great service that you provide. Thank you. We really enjoy it. Carolyn. What? What else are you doing? Well, just since the time was what justice saying I aside mentioned earlier. I care, the Baltimore County Commission Arts and Sciences, which no, it's an appointed position. It is all volunteer. And we, as I said, you know, give money to arts organizations and humanities sciences, one of which is the Baltimore County Historical Society, and I am a huge fan and I think their mission and what's the work they do is so important, and he said it. It's important to know your history because you not only know where you came from. But what? What? Where you may be going. I mean, it gives you a context that I think really is very important, too. Have understanding of and then for folks may no, I I'm a huge fan of NPT, Maryland public television and I have done a lot of work for them as well. And You know, have been broke. I do a lot of kind of individual projects of volunteer work. But my focus now my primary focus has been on the time way serious because We're in all volunteer organization, meaning not one cent goes to anybody salary or anything. It all goes back. It goes to support the artists whom we feature to support our Parkinson's beneficiaries as well. And you know what's been hard for us Is that right now? We haven't had any concert so we can't generate use that typical revenue that we get from tickets so When even priority coded we would not be able to do it without people giving the way that you're talking about Drew. You know, it's great to volunteer time and energy and good. But when it comes down to it is, you know only too well money. Also his a factor in things being able to the sane and move forward, and so We appreciate week. You know, we get online donations from people a lot of people who have attended concert to a really missing being at sign way it Silo Hill on Gui missing them. We've become like a family. You know, people continue to support it because they know that you know, we want to continue supporting Parkinson's research and support services. We want to make sure we have our artists lined up for when everybody is back in the barn, it silo Hill together, and, um So we appreciate again. You know all the volunteer work that people do and the donations. I mean, we couldn't do it without it. So my staff and my Children get tired of me saying this, but I constantly teach them the principle that When you focus your life on helping others instead of worrying about your own problems all the time. You find that your life is not only more successful, but it's full of more joy also, and I'm sure you find the same to be true. We do just happened. We had some amazing experiences at sign way. I mean, we have older people there. We have younger people. It's multi generational. Um, I you know, built so many great relationships, Jeff, I think you have a swell So exactly I mean, we've had about 10 concerts there, and I think after each concert, I tell you, Caroline, no, that one was the best. Each production that we see is better than the last. And they're all so much fun that people are. Some of these people are No international stars, So it's really quite an experience. You get about two minutes the Caroline or end or Jeff to tell everyone how they can participate. How they can contribute. How can they, you know, Enjoy the concert. Learn more about music, etcetera, etcetera. Parkinson's whatever you want yet about a minute and a half now. You want to say that effort going?.

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08:05 min | 1 year ago

"silo hill" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"This moment. This question, All right, We're back. Money, riches and wealth. I'll bet you can't tell me what that one is. I have no idea. Has a lot like most stars. No, I'm kidding. That was to say hi. But okay, So anyway, we're here with Caroline Blacks a tear and Jeff Hig din and we're talking about charitable giving and so forth, and they They run a organization called Stein Way. Silo hill dot org's That's the website and they do concerts that there teach people by classical music. But with whatever money extra comes in, they have another purpose. And what is that? Caroline? What are you doing? Well, when? When Ernie Ragged Jeannie Matthew Bachman, I should say Ernie, Ragged Genie is amazing pianist and has been on the chair of the department. Is he Italian? You. He is very good. Aren't you? E like I like Italians. You know, they're my favorite type of people Come back. Well, you would love Ernie. He's amazing musician. And he as I said he was at University of Notre Dame University of Maryland for years on Ben Matthew Bachman, who is Manages the sign way Gallery in the in the Washington is involved with all the galleries in the Washington, D C. Maryland Virginia area, Um and and I When we got together and said, Let's do this. Let's do the syriza and and get show people that classical music can be really fun and accessible and relaxing. And all of that. I said, you know, I think it kind of deserved so another. There's a sort of another look beyond just music. That's the story doesn't end there. And that second part of our mission, um, dealing with Parkinson's came from a personal experience Both my parents tomorrow. Louise Black They actually died of complications from Parkinson's disease, and I was very involved with their care for many years. I mean decades and in fact, I would drive them from Pennsylvania down here, Hawkins where they were being treated, and, um I realized in their care and other stories that I heard from other people facing the same challenges that music was a great source of comfort. Offering, you know, physical, cognitive and emotional therapeutic benefits. To Parkinson's people struggling with that, and it came to light many times, and I'll give you one example. My mother in her final Christmas in 2013, my family and I was sitting around the Christmas tree. We were singing carols, and at that point, my mother who had been a college English professor, public speaker. Greenlee, verbal and extroverted, but because of Parkinson's, she had lost the ability to speak. And so we had kind of lost that part of her and was sad, but as we sat and sang carols He's saying, every song on pitch with all the words and it meant so much to me to my siblings, and I think it really speaks to the incredible power of music. And so we wanted that. Name experience on Do you know for our our audience to understand that connection between medicine and music? And so we made that the second part of our mission, So we have a dual mission of reinventing the way people experienced live music. And raising awareness and funding for Parkinson's resource and support services. You know, everybody strictly thinks of Parkinson's is, you know, like a shaking disorder of some sort or another. But it's far more complicated, far more debilitating and that most people don't realize so you want to go into a little more about how difficult Parkinson, Gibby, and most people don't realize yet you know, the more they find out about the disease of you know one Parkinson's disease with one person can can present very differently with another person as it did with my parents. Even though they both were diagnosed with Parkinson's. Their symptoms were different. Um, there is some cognitive decline that people don't talk about much hallucinations. I have a very good friend whose brother in his fifties Presented Morris if he had Alzheimer's, and it turned out, it was Parkinson's. So it's a complicated disease. And I know that I, you know one thing that Jeff does so beautifully. Find out a lot about Parkinson's because he's involved in this mission. I don't know, Jeff, if you've been touched personally by the disease, but no, I'm not. But just some quick fact that maybe if everyone doesn't know I mean in the United States alone, there are one million cases and world ride 7 to 10 million I mean, Parkinson's can lead to depression and memory loss and dementia as you want. She mentioned weight loss as you mentioned as well, hallucinations and there is no cure. I mean, there are treatment. Um, there are some new treatments that have just come out recently. But you know, it affects the nervous so the central nervous system And there's not a test. There's not a single test to determine whether you in fact have Parkinson's what the tests that they have to rule out. Other things on them are IRA captain can glad other possible illnesses and therefore you're kind of left with Parkinson's is By process of elimination, but it usually starts around each 50 or 60 or thereabouts, and it's it's progressive meaning again. There is there is no cure. We don't know what triggers At the development of Parkinson's, but and manifesting itself by a tremor or or slow movement or inability to walk normally. I mean, um, research is absolutely critical, and we're which we try to do what we can in terms of making contributions in cash. All right? Yeah, my grandfather passed away of Parkinson's He he had gone into two comas and came out of them. And then finally, the third time he did not. And But it was long, debilitating disease from when he was like 79 until he passed away about 86. You know, so it's in my my associate, Kris O'Shea, His mother in law suffers from Parkinson's. She lives with them, and it's a very difficult on the family to care for that situation. Half political therapies through through physical therapy, occupational therapy speech therapy. I mean, the medication costs for years about $2500 per person, So I mean, there are lots of ways that they can use the donations that that they received so But you know what's fascinating. Caroline and Jeff is that You said it, Caroline that the cross between music and medicine is amazing, and I don't think most people take or have any understanding of how powerful music is two people going through whether it's Parkinson's or whether they're in a coma. Or whether they're dealing with Alzheimer's. I've heard that with the Alzheimer's people to quite often, just what you said, where all the sun and people are singing, and this person has been uncommunicative all the sudden, and here's the song and it's singing them along with him as if there was nothing wrong with them. Right, well, one of the programs that we supported the same way she was just selling hell supported. It's called parking Sonics. And this was a joint venture with Hawkins and also map which stands for the Maryland Association of Parkinson's Support Services. They formed a group. It started out as a study at Hopkins. To try to gauge the effects of community singing on Parkinson stations. So it was a study and for 12 weeks they did community singing with Parkinson's patients, while the other group Um, did just talking and then they switch back and forth..

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06:19 min | 1 year ago

"silo hill" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Who is it? That's absolutely no idea how close problems but no, I don't know. All right, well, anyway, we're going to do this segment about Steinway silo at the Silo Hill that Silo Hill and I want you to just let's just stick this part of the show on the musical side. Of Stein way and what you're doing that there because people when you talk about classical music, Carol and you think your images start to reflect and think about things what classical news going to a classical opera concert? You know, you think about what is going to be like, But you're doing something very different. And so tell everybody what you're doing that there and and how they can find out more about it. All right. Well, I am a self professed. I love classical music, though I do love jazz, and the great American Songbook probably is my favorite reps. But I love that and I love musical theater, but What happened was a couple years ago are actually about six years ago. Two friends of mine, Ernie Ragged Jeannie and Masking Bachman, both who are co founders of the time were a series of shallow hill. We're all musicians and we were sitting around and we were saying cost, you know. People coming to live classical music's, it said. It's a dwindling thing. We're going to be dinosaurs. You know, sometimes I'm going to tell her our grandchildren that you know they won't believe that we actually performing live. Classical music in front of an audience and we thought, Why is this happening? Why aren't people coming to hear live classical music as much as they used to, and we decided was because a lot of times yet from the big, impersonal concert hall, you know you've gotta find parking and you got to get dressed up and we thought, Let's take all of that out of the equation. Let's make it as accessible as we can. And so we just happened. My husband I to live in a beautiful place called Silo Hill and northern Baltimore County on 100 Acre farm, and we have Gorgeous post and beam Amish built barn that was originally conceived as they are built of the party barn, and we thought it deserved more noble mission and Luckily and just again. By sheer luck, it has the most incredible acoustics and we thought, wouldn't it be cool toe present classical music there where people could come out, be in casual clothes? That we serve wine We serve food. The artist of international and national resent renowned, are there within a couple of feet of the audience is a very up close and personal. Are you there? We lose Caroline. There she is. You hear me? No. Go ahead, Caroline. The artist interact with the with the, um folks in the audience, and it is just a great sense of community and are really way to make what we call reinventing the classical music experience and I'm proud to say we have sold out every single concert. That's how many people have any people can attend it one time about 101 100. 120 or so and you know the big, beautiful stone fireplace, And as I said, we serve wine and homemade food and people get to know each other and they get to know the artists and it's quite an experience and it's been quite quite successful. So it sounds like you know, like a very, um, you know, casual but personal. Situation where you can. It's actually like an educational thing where you can learn about classical music and talk to the performers who are ridiculously talented. Yes, You're right through absolutely e mean, I don't think anybody can understand the depth of and I'm not a musical person. What I understand the depth of talent that a classical musician has compared to your typical pop musician. Now there's some great, very talented pop musician, but to a classical. I mean, it's unbelievable. The different Well, and just two. We typically have one concert for season that is not classical. It might be like classical, For example, we had Cyrus Chestnut, who is Connections here in Baltimore but is world renowned. He came into the whole concert of jazz. We did a whole Leonard Bernstein concert. You know all of his musical theater pieces, and then this coming season, we're having a duo called Hoots and Collins of Holland and Coots. I'm sorry, and there are Grammy Award winning duo, a drummer and a pianist. They know all about American music. You know that Scott Joplin stride Ragtime and they're going to be playing. So we try to mix it up a little bit because we recognize that people have different tastes in music, and we try to make sure that we're Being as inclusive as possible, Right? So, Jeff, and you're yourself for Steinway. So my I sit on the board with Caroline and about eight other folks and my contribution tends to be in the area of photography. I take all the pictures after the event, my film. You know the entire event, and then we take portions of what's been filmed and put it online. For example, just in the last month, recognizing that our concerts Had to be canceled for the 2020 season. Before that, we have a we all were rescheduled now for next spring's. So where what we're doing is we're taking some of the videos that I've done since. Well, the scene started in the first season within 2016. So, So we've got films from about 10 concerts during that during that for you the first four years of our series, and we're starting to put them online now so that people can To reach back that they had actually been to that concert, and if they haven't they'll be able to go on to YouTube and get a feeling for what exactly Caroline is talking about in the family. For those attending it's the admission price is usually about $50 and the parking is free. On Diet's just just a wonderful event, the food and why I've been definitely don't forget that wine are included. That's true. So tell everyone how they can learn more about it. Where can they go? Where can they view some of the past events that you've had?.

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"silo hill" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"silo hill" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Take the Nellie Sister's taken Anneli care with money, riches and wealth and no co host tonight they're all on their Thanksgiving break. But here I am myself, but I have Two wonderful guests. Tonight is tonight is our typical Thanksgiving money, riches and well show And that song is always appropriate when we go into our especially our Thanksgiving show. Because the message that we communicate to our clients and on this area is that money is an incredibly useful tool. And we should be you know good stewards of it, but at the same time, it will never buy us love. And relationships will be far more powerful than money will ever be. And don't put your hopes in money, put it in relationships. And so that's the theme of our Thanksgiving Thanksgiving show. Always And tonight. I just want to tell you that we have two guests with us. First we have Jeff Higman. He's been on the show with us before Jeff does a lot of legal work for our clients. That means that he's a lawyer. Um, usually it's a good thing when you're doing legal work and Him. He also happens to be my attorney in many situations used Jeff for lots of different situation being in the business or some estate planning s. Oh, it's always good to have him. He's also very active in a couple of charities around town. And so that's what we're going to be talking about charities. And then we also have a special guest in Caroline Blacks a tear and she runs the eyes the chairman or executive director of a couple different charities, but the one that Jeff and her both belonged to and that is the Stein Way at Silo Hill. I'm gonna let them explain more about this. But, you know, just give you an example. Caroline is a talented artist, in many ways, the classical music degrees doctor it and classical music from University of Maryland. And and that's one of her passions. And they're gonna explain to you more about what Stein way it's shallow Hill is all about in the next segment of the show, but right now I just want to talk about the concept of giving and charitable giving. Especially in a time of Thanksgiving. Esso Anyway, Jeff for you here. Yes. No. There you're good to have you and Caroline, are you with us? You've got I am I I love you. I love your show. I love that song. I think it was always one of my favorites and remain so But you've given at a whole new meaning now great. I appreciate that. So You know, Jeff and Caroline, you two will have any quizzes on the songs this time. Just Jeff, right. I know if I have to get answers to songs, you will be there to answer them for me. Because I let I know next to nothing about music, and I hate to admit it when we're going to be talking about Stan, Wait, that silo will but I'm a left brain financial guy. And so anyway, yeah. Caroline and Jeff, you're both of you know, or You're both active in charities and so forth. And you know, one of our themes is always that you know, life is is about hard work and you can get ahead. But also life is about circumstances. You have no control over and it's when the two collide together that you can be successful. So therefore you can have some Credit for your hard work. But most of our success is also just happens to be circumstances in our life, and therefore we should never take it for granted. How do you guys think about charity and charitable giving? Caroline, Just go ahead. I'll let you answer. Okay, first. So so, through what I I like to be involved in charities that that I find enjoyable. It doesn't necessarily need to be something. You know that I have a personal interest in I mean the sign Wait Syriza's classical music. I love being involved in it. But my music is popular music. I love being involved in Historical society of Baltimore County. But I'm more interested in national history rather than rather than local history, And our entire program is about local history. So In terms of those two Cherries. What works for me is the people that you work with. When you get involved in these organizations and whether that involved setting up for an event that's going to be a fundraising event or or whether or not it. It's how to donate to a particular charity. In the case of the Steinway Syriza's, You know, it's Parkinson's is the cherry that we Contribute toward S. Oh, it's good to find, you know a personal satisfaction that you enjoy working with people you enjoy. You know the day today and whether it's just making phone calls to ask for money. I certainly enjoy Certainly enjoy doing that. Whether it's my client now. Family members. I'm sorry. I know I said I know. Caroline. What about you? How do you What do you think about giving charitably? Well, I I think that you know, I lived by the philosophy that my parents taught my four siblings and myself, and that is that you need to you want to leave the world a better place than you found it. And I have found that there is power in numbers and when people come together, it's amazing to me always what great things can happen When people come together. It's a community work together. And help each other out because you said, so well, Drew. You know, we work hard, but some people are luckier than others. Some people, you know, have unfortunate circumstances that have nothing to do with, you know anything that they did themselves. And so I just signed that it's incredibly rewarding on so many levels. To be part of something bigger than myself. You know, after while I'm a pretty boring person what it was, But when I When I joined forces through the series that we have the same way seriously, Sybil Hill, I have formed so many strong relationships and seen and witnessed so many acts of kindness. That inspire me, then to be a kinder and better person as well. So that's you know, Jeff and I love working with him. He's a great guy, and I love working with him on the series. I also share the Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences..

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"silo hill" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"silo hill" Discussed on WTOP

"Paris today. In homage to the history teacher who was beheaded last week. It'll take place near the high school where Samuel Peattie was teaching. Peattie was beheaded Friday by an 18 year old Moscow born Chechen refugee who was later shot dead by police 16 people remain in custody as part of an investigation into that attack. Police say Peattie had discussed caricatures of Islam's Prophet Mohammed in his class, leading to threats against him here at home. A man is dead another in custody after a police chase through two states yesterday. The suspect, unfortunately chose to fire police, and now he's dead. That's how Frederick County sheriff sums up the Monday afternoon encounter that involved for police agencies from two states. Began with officers from New Cumberland Township, Pennsylvania, chasing an attempted murder suspect. Then state police joined in about 40 miles south around 2 30, the Frederick County sheriff's office and Maryland State police got involved. Gunfire directed toward police erupted from the suspect's vehicle on route 15, north of Thurman, and the sheriff says the suspect car tried to run down officer laying down stop sticks. The suspect's car heading back north eventually wrecked in Emmitsburg. One suspect was taken into custody. The other who ran away exchanged gunfire with police. Silo Hill Exxon station. It's unclear which agencies officer or officers fired the fatal shot or shots. Christi King W T o P News a heads up If you see some low flying helicopters over G C between now and November, 6th those choppers maybe part of preparations for the presidential inauguration two flights a day or scheduled so they'll fly in a grid pattern. And it could be as low as 150. FT. The Department of Energy says the choppers are mapping radiation caused by natural decay and then using it as a base line in case of a nuclear incident. The agency says the flights are standard and purely scientific and not for surveillance. Black lives matter Plaza is painted on the street in D. C. But today it could become official the D. C council expected to vote to permanently rename that section Black Lives Matter Plaza. It's on 16th Street northwest between H and K streets. Mayor Bowser announced. The unofficial name changed back in June after George Floyd's death in police custody and the social justice rallies that followed. Coming up next in money News. Wall Street is gaining ground today. The grocery cart is increasingly virtual. I'm Jeff Global. 11 24 Way made use a insurance for busy moms like Kate. She's a veteran, Maeda flexibility to balance work home and her hobbies from starting the work day, finishing her latest. Do it yourself Project. The one another car accidentally bumped into her while she was running errands. They didn't let a little fender Bender put a dent in her schedule with just a few taps on our USAA Mobile app..

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"silo hill" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"silo hill" Discussed on WTOP

"A new roof Easy with virtual or on site estimates 10 22 now Ah, police chase that started in Pennsylvania ended in Maryland yesterday, and it followed multiple bouts of gunfire, including an exchange with police and it left a suspect dead. The first shots fired came from the suspect's vehicle aimed toward pursuing cruisers on Route 15, north of ther, Mont. That, according to Frederick County sheriff who says the suspect second about violence involved their vehicle trying to run down officer who was laying down stop sticks. Eventually the vehicle wrecked in Emmitsburg, where one of the suspects was taken into custody and the other who ran away was fatally shot in an exchange of gunfire with authorities who tracked him to the silo Hill Exxon station. The Chase started a new Cumberland Township, Pennsylvania after an attempted murder. Christi King. W. T O P. News The D. C council is expected to vote today to permanently renamed the section of 16 Street between H and K Streets. Black Lives Matter Plaza Emergency legislation was voted on by the council to do that, after Mayor Bowser announced the name change in June following George Floyd's death and the protests that followed that The late eh? NBA legend Kobe Bryant is being honored by a museum here in D. C. The National Museum of African American History and Culture has added one of his basketball jerseys to its collection in the gallery called Sports, Leveling the Playing Field Bryant War that Jersey during Game five of the N B. A Finals in 2008. The Jersey is on display next to a pair of LeBron James is 15 quality sneakers by Nike coming up next, we'll street head's a little higher, live like a gnat's pitcher for $15 million. I'm Jeff Global Instant 24. I'm thinking about Dorothy Dorothy.

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"silo hill" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"silo hill" Discussed on WTOP

"Appeared by video here in Circuit Court. The judge told them they're forbidden from having guns. Judge Richard Gardner told the officers. If they had weapons at home, they should be gone. By the time the officers got there. The officers are forbidden from using their police powers or leaving the state of Virginia and the judge released them on a $10,000 personal recognizance pond. They're both too in court. November 23rd. At the Fairfax County Courthouse near logged in Sting. W T. O P. No spokeswoman says this morning Park police suspended Law enforcement Authority for both officers in the case took their service weapons, and both cops are now this morning on administrative leave. Double d t o P News time 12 0 for Tuesday morning after a police chase through the two states on Monday in the afternoon, one man this morning dead, another in custody. The suspect, unfortunately chose to fire and police and now he's dead. That's how Frederick County Sheriff sums up the Monday afternoon encounter that involved four police agencies from two states. Began with officers from New Cumberland Township, Pennsylvania, chasing an attempted murder suspect. Then state police joined in about 40 miles south around 2 30, the Frederick County sheriff's office and Maryland State police got involved. Gunfire directed toward police erupted from the suspect's vehicle on route 15, north of Thurman, and the sheriff says the suspect car tried to run down, Officer Lane down, stop sticks. Suspect's car heading back North eventually wrecked in Emmitsburg. One suspect was taken into custody. The other who ran away exchanged gunfire with police near the Silo Hill Exxon station. It's unclear which agencies officer or officers fired the fatal shot or shots. Christi King W GOP News doubled Ethiopia 12 5 Tuesday morning, the D. C Police Reform Commission has selected a new consultant. To assist them in examining police practices within the city. The consultant Impact Justices a DC based research center that will examine several aspects of the district's law enforcement, including reforming police practices, Oversight and policing youth. Alex Pucinski, president of Impact Justice and Athens Innovation Research Center. We worked the Foster a more humane, responsive and restorative system of justice in America. We have the restorative justice project that is working to use the start of justice in the criminal justice system Impact justice will I work with the committee in the coming months to develop solutions, have loft and be alternative to traditional policing. The commission will deliver a report with recommendations to the D. C Council by the end of this year. Luke Luger w T o P NEWS Ethiopia 12 Those six Virginia will pay for an independent investigation Ln to accusations of widespread racism against black students at the Virginia Military Institute. This announcement comes in a letter this week from Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to the colleges border visitors. It was signed by lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax Attorney general Mark Hearing and several house and Senate leaders as well, the letter says. Like cadets at V. M. I have long faced repeated instances of racism on campus, including horrifying new revelations of threats about lynchings, vicious attacks on social media and even a professor who apparently spoke fondly of her family's history of the Ku Klux Klan. It goes on to say the school's culture is unacceptable for any Virginia institution in the 21st century, especially one funded by taxpayers. Governor. Northern is a graduate of my graduating back in 1981 12 07 Tuesday morning. The bill to put high rises and metro stations and Montgomery County has already been approved by the county Council. But it's not a done deal. Not yet is. The county executive has vetoed the bill. Apparently recovery. County Council member Hans Riemer defends his bill to give tax breaks to developers if they build high rises over metro stations. The county Council's proposal is a smart growth strategy, County executive Mark Blasted the idea. It's about giving away a bunch of money to developers who want to make more money. In a letter to the county Council, explaining his veto, L Rich said revenues are expected to plummet because of the Corona virus pandemic, and this is not the time to offer tax breaks. Rimmer says Doing nothing means giving up a possible acceleration of economic activity Council voted 72 on the original bill and dreamer is confident Of a veto override. Kate Ryan. W T o p News possible stimulus package before Election Day. Coming right up on the GOP November's presidential election is on the horizon. Now, more than ever, w T O P is your election source analysts Poles fax important moments from each candidate, but the Democrats are trying to overturn the last election. We will make sure that they face another crushing defeat. Let's get.

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