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Recipe edition, Joshua Owens-Baigler

Monocle 24: The Menu

03:32 min | 1 year ago

Recipe edition, Joshua Owens-Baigler

"Name's Josh Aaron Spangler. Iraq founder of Angelina restaurant and Tilson. And today I'm going to show about signature dishes temporary tomatoes with actually pester. It's a super simple recipe to make it. Takes a little bit of time, but it's something that you can. Join and go back to go along the ingredients a quite flexible, so feel free to use whatever you having a Lotta what I'm going to start with start with the tomatoes. So, we're going to dry tomatoes very slowly. Low, temper off, so we're going to start a hundred degrees. Stop Prohibiting. For the tomatoes look for good quality heritage tomato with thick skin. We're GONNA look for about five to seven cents meters across GonNa. CUT THEM IN HALF WITH AIN'T GONNA. Drizzle a little bit of sugar. That salt time secret ingredient in the restaurant news does she granules? Get those that's amazing, little bit of time in the spice, splendor and then they. As well, just a little bit like seasoning. One sprint coo over the tomatoes, and we placed them at a preheated of two hundred degrees as I, said previously. We leave those for an hour. And then offer an hour. We turned down to about seventy five degrees, and we leave that for four or five hours. I'm going to move on to how you make the Pesto so again. This is super flexible. Don't panic! There's one ingredient missing substitutive something similar. It's really from thing to make so we start with some newly put capers then add salted anchovies. We add a big handful of parsley when I mentioned, these ingredients are like to go by large handful all in equal parts and keep tasting as you go along together to how you like him a handful of. A handful of activities, a big handful of Parsley, big handful of mint. If you have a couple of she leaves, if not comply with any green hub to nine suppliers, colic, some salt and pepper, a little touch of olive oil and the show chef secret. If outs, ice keeps you keep a beautiful green color. Now I recommend trying to keep your Pesto as dry as possible, so you're gonNA have to have a spatula to have this going to be quite difficult to get going in the blender, but the hard work has really really worth it once you've made that. I would put aside at the Fridge and get your favorite book out rate for three hours white for those to cook. About half an hour before you're ready, we're GONNA. Make ourselves a really simple type per. And, that's with two hundred and fifty grams off cornflour or Either a walk just the same five hundred grams preferably of zero zero pasta flour. If no plane flying will work, and then lead of Soda Walter Secret Hair has gotten. As cold as you can't put it in the fridge for a couple of hours, we'll put it in the freeze of ten minutes, and the code is the better result you're going to get in. A Pan on the side can have a source preferably with a thick bottom and we're going to start. Some flour oil to fry that's. Where aiming for about one sixty five degrees, which means that if you're doing a small source panel I recommend taking the oil two hundred ninety degrees that way when you drop the tomatoes and the temperature of the oil withdraw. They're gonNA cook really nicely when she reached about hundred and eighty degrees. You've gotta work quite quickly so you the oil we're going to take those beautiful Tamalpais dry out the other. We're GONNA dipped in the batter, and then straight into the oil and we're GONNA flip them. I would say often about ten seconds. Every now and again. I should be ready in about two minutes. If you touch the players, a pair of metal tongues, you'll see that he starts to get crispy outside on. That signifies that they're ready to think cooked already, so don't worry about it. Smells is just worry about how crispy batter as

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Surge in COVID-19 cases continues in Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Surge in COVID-19 cases continues in Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania

"It's sixty five degrees now at d. v. e., m., porter, allegany county health officials say another daily record for positive Kobe. Nineteen cases announced yesterday. One hundred ten positive cases reported yesterday one more than the previous record set the day earlier. Most of the latest batch of cases are reportedly coming from people between the ages of nineteen and forty nine, and the majority of those cases have traveled to other parts of the country for vacations. Vacations mainly Florida and the Carolina coasts That's why the director issued that advisory to quarantine for fourteen days. If you travel the other common denominator for infections, was people going to bars and restaurants in the county and I believe if I remember right from watching some of the press conference yesterday Dr Deborah Bogan Director of the Allegany County Health Department said only four people reported that they were at protests in the area.

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tomorrow clouds night coast morning

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

tomorrow clouds night coast morning

"Stray showers and some patchy fog on the coast low tonight forty five north and west closer to fifty right by the coast tomorrow morning we start off with some rain right by the coast as well but then all of a C. some some throughout the rest of the afternoon high in the mid sixties tomorrow night cloudy in the fifties and then for your Sunday maybe a couple of morning showers but otherwise a mix of sun and clouds not a bad day to get outside high just but I just about sixty five degrees north and west seventy in some spots it is fifty four right now some showers in Pittsfield I see sixty one degrees in western shower just moved through there and

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on WSB-AM

"At seven OO to sixty five degrees I'll tell you how the rain chance varies in five minutes I'm meteorologist Kirk knowledge ninety five point five W. S. B. Doug was billed to your weight back on I at W. thirty six use caution as you head south gate road heading towards at the very end of the transition graphic we're flying over the road to twenty five dollars okay thirty five point five W. SPW most news time is seven oh two this is Atlanta is warning users Marcy Williams just take about that double DSPs Michelle Wright continues our in depth team coverage is George's react to the multiple closures and cancellations as we just your new reality thanks to the covert nineteen now break yeah judge grocery stores big box stores even pharmacies packed out with folks stocking up on like it's the mother of all blizzard's about outside line speaking through the aisles with folks with shopping carts waiting to check out at one in the morning many shells empty that used to be filled with things like canned soup cheese sticks frozen vegetables and dinners the shoppers tell channel two action news what's in their car like lot seven you know vegetables well we need to get some water and some bread that we just got a call here in the newsroom that says there's a line of about one hundred people waiting to get into the Sam's club in McDonough once they open their doors reporting live Michelle right ninety five point five W. SP the red cross is calling for blood donations already being impacted Rana to make fall of the red cross tells WSB blood drives have been canceled due to a coronavirus need for blood.

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Antarctica Sets Record High Temperature: 65 Degrees

Weekend Edition Sunday

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Antarctica Sets Record High Temperature: 65 Degrees

"This is a startling it was hotter in an article last Thursday than it was in New Mexico sixty five degrees Fahrenheit according to researchers in the Antarctic peninsula it's a record high temperature if it can be verified NPR's called wire explains when you think about a sixty five degree day plenty of things probably come to mind Antarctica likely is not one of them and there's a good reason why that would make it the hottest temperature that we have seen over the link to record that we have for an article that's Randy serve any he specializes in weather and climate extremes for the world meteorological organization Arjun time researchers reported the temperature at the very northern tip of Antarctica and it's partly sermones role to verify that report we'll get a panel of experts put together yet are the best in the world they will look at the data they'll discuss it and tear it apart and then they will recommend to me as to whether or not this should be a valid observation now it's also important to remember that this is just one data point here and it's the result of very particular weather conditions but it does match up with what scientists have been seeing their overtime it's one of the fastest warming areas on the planet Alexander I served as the head of Antarctic sciences at the National Science Foundation she says the region has been warming for decades and the previous record height was reported just a few years ago this warming climate requires some practical adjustments for the researchers we we've definitely had to kind of re think a bit what we provide people with that means more geared to deal with the kind of rain and sleet the warmer weather brings I've been going down for ten years and even I have seen the changes I bring different clothes now do I certain says there are also other bigger consequences of this warmer weather in Antarctica contributes to a warmer sea water in general which means melting glaciers and rising sea UL's worldwide it also means more extreme events for serving and his team to verify when I started this project all the way back in two thousand and seven I thought we would have maybe an evaluation once every few years and now we're having multiple observations of extreme climate every year so don't be surprised if we see yet another record high in Antarctica soon called wired

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Antarctic base records hottest temperature ever

WBZ Afternoon News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Antarctic base records hottest temperature ever

"A research base in the Antarctic records of the hottest temperature ever for the continent CBS news meteorologist Jeff Vera Delhi says climate change's the culprits huge planes why they're so concerned about these rising temperatures near the South Pole we're worried about destabilization of the Antarctic glaciers which could happen sometime in the next couple of decades it could be centuries we're not exactly sure when it's going to happen but when it does happen it could very quickly racy levels by a couple of feet which would be disastrous for anybody living along coastal communities the mercury hit a record sixty five degrees on the northern tip of Antarctica

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Antarctica hit nearly 65 degrees, likely breaking heat record

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Antarctica hit nearly 65 degrees, likely breaking heat record

"It appears Antarctica has broken a heat record the temperature there hit nearly sixty five degrees this week Claire Knowles's with the world meteorological organization says Antarctica is warming more quickly than scientists predicted the amount of ice lost annually from the Antarctic ice sheets increased at least six fold between nineteen seventy nine and twenty seventeen the previous temperature record for Antarctica was said in March twenty

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"G. sixty five degrees in Hialeah sixty seven in coral springs it is one oh one brought to you by the very financial group stopped gambling with your retirement funds just before the Senate trial president trump resumes in the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell addressing the floor telling them the Senate plans to a right the injustices visited upon the president by the unfair process of the house impeachment inquiry or in the Senate because lawyers will finally receive a level playing field with the house Democrats and we'll finally be able to present the president's case finally some fairness Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer just wrapping up his remarks moments ago he says McConnell is pushing a rushed process that will not lead to a fair result once the impeachment trial begins today senators will consider McConnell's guidelines and a vote will happen later today or tonight all the local residents out in full force is attorney Michael pays he announces he's sending a cease and desist letter to Miami Dade mayor Carlos Jimenez used manning the county stop sending out a Regis water bills to residence based on errors made in house rattled the marker based upon mistakes the county staff made a getting hit with astronomical bills in one case a hundred and forty thousand dollars and it being threatened with turning off the water which is going to the people's lives in Japanese is he says that doesn't stop he'll sue Miami Dade for its arbitrary and unfair collection practices use already filed suit against the city of opa locka it's coming up on one of the three the recent suicide of Deerfield beach high school football player is leading to mental health officials teaming up with the bright line and be SO folks looking to prevent another person from ending his or her life by stepping in front of a train lifeline to a ones Billy Morgan is offering a message of hope if you're feeling stress overwhelms you can get help it's free it's twenty four hours a day seven days a week it's an easy to remember number dial two one one bright line joining forces with the local helpline National Alliance on mental health and the Broward sheriff's office to distribute flyers in rail safety pledges in Oakland park this morning the private train company claims seventy five percent of train related incidents are attributable to mental health issues Eric Rodriguez sneeze radius extent WYO DD supremum courts will not take up obamacare anytime soon the High Court rejecting a plea by Democrats to expedited review of a lawsuit that threatens the health care law this pushes the controversial case out of the presidential election year well this year it is the Super Bowl next year in South Florida plays host to the NHL all star game Florida Panthers confirm they'll have have the event of the B. B. anti center in twenty twenty one marking the second time the Panthers are hosting an the fourth time the game is in Florida the all star game this year set for Saturday in Saint Louis hard rock stadium is going green well aluminum in time for the Super Bowl but expect to see plastic cups come game day they're gone aluminum cups from a partnership of bud light will remain in use for the big game and other events throughout the year like dolphin games games football games and concerts stadium officials say the aluminum cups will eliminate or than five hundred thousand a plastic cups annually from hard rock stadium supply chain all three numbers are now mix Dow was off eighteen points twenty nine thousand three twenty nine the S. and P. is down a fraction well as deck with a slight gain here it's up four points on the day more news at one thirty or Russia after whether on newsradio six ten WYO de Witt chill advisory kicks into night at seven o'clock this evening until nine AM tomorrow morning near seventy this afternoon little breeze out of the north west a lot of clout in with some sunshine and maybe a shower of rain most that he's the north tonight clear and cold forty three degrees gusty winds could produce.

Boston, MA Weather Forecast

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Boston, MA Weather Forecast

"Is the amazing the warm weather continues today got some clouds and the most of our listening area at this hour but we will see something clouds later high of about sixty nine degrees with the break the record of sixty one which was set three years ago partly cloudy colder tonight thirty three back to work tomorrow sun clouds cooler high about forty we'll take that Tuesday cloudy forty five and then Wednesday cloudy mild fifty two on Wednesday sixty five degrees clouds

Select a recipe and relax: Cooking takes the robotic route with Julia

Kim Komando

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Select a recipe and relax: Cooking takes the robotic route with Julia

"Julia is the latest and the greatest it's such a robot what's a robotic Consumer Electronics Show yes and it's manufactured by cooking pal it can weigh food with the built in scale it can chop mixer bland I'm also if I great Boyle need and steam van this is what I love when it's done it will even wash itself can you believe that what would Julia child thank that's why it's name Julia I love it yeah it's in it's in memory of Julia child so but it's not for the faint of heart it's in retail for right just under a thousand Bucks and no it's just under a thousand dollars that's it it's not like five or ten twenty no it actually looks like a a large food processor I was gonna say you could spend out alone on a good food processor via ten culinary functions that include cooking up to two hundred sixty five degrees Fahrenheit when it can't do a task Julia will guide you through the process like when do add ingredients to its bowl for example while preparing a mushroom result though Julia will tell a user how many mushrooms to put in the bowl then chop and roast them before guiding them through the rest of the

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixty five degrees under cloudy skies in Boston it's three o'clock I'm trolley Sherman here's what's happening the Coast Guard suspend search search for a missing boater off the coast of Kennebunkport Maine WBZ sherry small with the latest search for for voters a man and three children off the coast of southern Maine is suspended after twenty two hours search all sparked by a mayday call radio the in Saturday morning a man saying his boat was capsizing but after coming fifteen hundred square nautical miles the Coast Guard says there's just not enough information to continue the search Coast Guard petty officer second class John Thompson says the sea conditions for survival are favorable it was wanted to eat and is cleaned out there for the most part we had a log at the time that the water temple about fifty five degrees so there's a good chance if they're still out there they would still be alive so far there have been no reports of any missing boaters at the Coast Guard station in Boston sherry small WBZ Boston's news radio and the Coast Guard says if it received any new information it will resume the search an eighty three year old man will be arraigned tomorrow after he was arrested last night following a deadly assault a hateful nursing home the Essex district attorney's office said police were called to the Oxford manner on main street just after seven thirty last night that's where an eighty three year old Jose vague we only look thank you we look was arrested for assaulting the seventy six year old man both men residents of the facility were taken the Holy Family hospital where the seventy six year old man died possible house action on an impeachment inquiry dominates the Sunday morning talk shows we get more from Doug CBS's Gary none and now there are two whistle blowers the second and latest is said to have first hand information about president trump's to crane dealings and has told the intelligence community's internal watchdog what he knows an important developments as political reporter Daniel Lippman I think it's a big game changer because the second whistleblower would add credibility to the first whistleblowers complained specially if he echo is some of that CIA officers allegations against the president but political analyst Larry Sabato says this is not the smoking Gunns some help but might be it is impossible impossible to imagine twenty Republicans in the Senate voting to convict him Mitt Romney and blank there isn't anybody else can senator Lindsey Graham says if or when it comes to more whistle blowers coming forward more doesn't mean better or reliable CBS news update I'm very not among the president's defenders today Missouri Republican senator Roy blunt on CBS's face the nation blood cautioned against a rush to judgment as three democratic led house committees conduct their impeachment inquiry system intelligence committee that I serve almost been asked to look at this to see if we can assemble all of the facts I think that gives us a responsibility to actually try to get the facts before we reach conclusions others who haven't been asked to do that might reach their conclusions a little quicker than we are I Mattapan man heading to court after he was arrested on weapons charges following a traffic.

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Heat Changes Insect Call, but It Still Works

60-Second Science

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Heat Changes Insect Call, but It Still Works

"Sounds they produce. We can't hear take tiny insects called tree hoppers. They communicate through vibrations when a male tree hopper is hunting for a mate mate. He vibrates his body to produce a special love song. They sound like Ooh Book Casey Fowler. Finn is an assistant professor of biology at Saint Louis University University. She says if a female tree hopper is interested. She'll vibrate back to the Mayo basically her way of saying hey there fowler fin wondered if tree hopper mating songs might change at different temperatures which could affect whether the species survives as the climate changes so she and Grad student Dillwyn Hawks in built custom custom incubators using plywood and Kia shelves plus a special leaser that helps them listen to tree hoppers. The laser receives information about these tiny vibrations actions on the plant stem which we then amplify and process into sounds that we can hear turns out the tree huggers do sound different when the temperature changes. Here's a male singing at sixty five degrees and another at ninety seven degrees but that's not all the team recorded these songs and played them for females to see if they still find them attractive so essentially we're having a conversation with the insect because we can play back a bunch of different signals to females and ask her how much she likes. Each one as male tree hopper love songs changed across temperatures females still recognize ignites them saying Yep. I'm interested in meeting with you hawks and says that was exciting. I think when we saw that we were just like wow this is awesome. The study appeared appeared in the Journal of evolutionary biology. She says this is just one piece of the puzzle but it gives her some hope that tree hoppers and other similar insect species will keep things steamy even as the climate warms for scientific

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"How we got sixty five degrees at ten o'clock at morning I'm Jeff McKinney police say it was friendly fire that killed all her primal kini we shot this weekend in the Bronx police commissioner James o'neil says officers fired multiple times as officer Brian Moore king was in a violent struggle with an arm suspect this is here outside the even more houses Sunday morning two of these bullets hit the thirty three year old killing him Barbara lives in the neighborhood sad that's been my child you know as a police officer I have friends this in law enforcement so it could be any of my friends so it's a shame you know I pray for his family police say more king was working this area tasked with getting you legal guns off the street in the Bronx I'm stopping will double your dues as a new developments in the impeachment investigation president trop we're learning that secretary state Mike Pompeii was on that phone call between president trump and the president of Ukraine rational investigators have already subpoenaed Pompeii over documents amid questions about the state department's role to the best of my knowledge from from what I've seen so far each of the actions that were undertaken by state department officials was entirely appropriate Democrats also issuing a subpoena Monday to guiliani seeking documents about his efforts to push Ukraine to investigate trump's political rivals that's corresponded merry Bruce the new joker movie opens this weekend in the NYPD will be patrolling theater is concerned that the film could incite violence many new Yorkers say they can't wait for joker to open and this ticket holder say no they're not worried about violent incidents inside movie theater chain if they're like heavily influenced by movies I say stay away the NYPD is not taking any chances though officers will patrol all feeder screening joker you'll remember back in twenty twelve in Colorado a gunman shot and killed twelve injured seventy others during another Batman movie the dark knight rises no one laden W. O. R. news photos do says his estranged wife Jennifer was suffering from serious psychological issues before she disappeared the missing Connecticut mom as a been seen in more than four months now do Los talk to a Greek website. and they're not questions about whether he violated the gag order a second suspect has not been arrested for that heist at JFK airport manual kind of queens is accused of being the driver who picked up more than two hundred fifty eight thousand in cash after a delta airlines worker allegedly took it off the tarmac at JFK surveillance video reportedly shows kind pulling up behind it delta van in the parking lot behind building twenty one in driving off minutes later evidence including a transfer manifest belonging to the armored car company that carried the cash was found in his car the money came from a cruise ship and was supposed to be loaded onto a flight to Miami from New York Alice stacked in Morosini W. O. R. news sand today marks two years since the deadliest mass shooting in U. S. history fifty eight people were killed in a country music festival in Las Vegas it was just after ten PM two years ago when the gunfire started bullets raining down on the massive crowd below Michael Meza from Whittier California was in that crown people being helpless other people trying to help they're doing the best they can because of that experience today may is a is a cadet becoming a California highway patrol officer training at the academy in an intense twenty eight week course I want to be able to help people Alex Downey EBC Dan stand the news rocked by fern hill now playing at fifty nine he's fifty nine theaters.

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Radio station sixty five degrees clear skies at eleven o'clock that evening I'm sharing the creative head of the Senate intelligence committee says they still need more information after hearing from the acting director of national intelligence about the whistle blower complaint this will generate more questions and we asked today so the next to which will probably be trying to get answers to those but were started in the process of don't expect us to do to move the light speed that'll probably happen in my house North Carolina Republican Richard Burr telling reporters and acting TNI Joseph McGuire and the intelligence community inspector general were extremely forthcoming in their closed door meeting with lawmakers weather reports that some in the trump administration are turning against him Rudy Giuliani is defending himself and the role he played reaching out to you crane in an interview with the Atlantic Giuliani said it's impossible the whistle blower is a hero and he's not he said he'll be the hero when this is all over house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff says whistleblower is given a roadmap for the impeachment investigation speaking after acting D. and I'm acquire testified before his committee California Democrat said they plan to investigate the dozens of other individuals who were on the call who are referenced in the whistle blower complaint secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the Syrian government used chemical weapons to attack opposition forces back in may today I'm announcing that the United States has concluded that the Saddam regime used Cory this a chemical chemical weapon. on may nineteenth in an attack at lot of kia province. speaking with reporters in New York Pompeii said the attack was part of a campaign that's killed more than a thousand innocent Syrians and displaced hundreds of thousands more US civil lawsuit is being filed in connection with the toddlers deadly fall from a window in Brooklyn Lisa G. reports Juanita Williams the mother of two year old the Reese Williams junior says building management ignored their multiple requests for window child guards..

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Three and ninety five Likud up towards New Hampshire. No problems on route one up into Saugus. Rob Hekla WBZ's traffic on the threes. Check that four day. WBZ. See AccuWeather forecast with Brian Thompson, we'll start off with a good deal of sunshine this morning. But we'll see some clouds billow up of the heating of the day. And with piece of energy coming on through there will be a shower. Thunderstorm in a few spots, this after be very brief, don't cancel any outdoor plans. But just keeping out of the sky this afternoon, high of seventy seven mainly clear, and comfortable tonight, low sixty three downtown. We'll drop into the fifties in the suburbs. Mostly sunny, pleasant and warm tomorrow with low humidity high temperatures about sponsor on eighty four. Partly sunny, a nice Monday, not quite as warm high between seventy six and eighty and a couple of showers and thunderstorms by Tuesday, high seventy two I'm AccuWeather meteorologist, Brian Thompson WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio up in Merrimack New Hampshire. Sixty two degrees this morning chilly in reading at fifty nine here in Boston some high clouds at sunrise, and sixty five degrees in Boston spring resort from lobster bakes and classic cookouts. To sandy beaches, swimming, water, skiing and kayaking. Purity spring resort is classic life as it should be. Discover your son. Tradition. Just two hours north of Boston and online at purity spring dot com on the north shore, today, a number of events as part of pride month, a preview from WBZ's. Carl Stevens in Salem today is the eighth annual Northshore pride celebration in braid this organization, north fried was started by hope what bookie and it's grown every year. She said the purpose now is the same as when they started education and really one of our initial tagline was unity in our community because that's what it's about. When you educate people and unify with your community then stigma goes away the hatred goes away. I think education is the key.

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And we've got sixty five degrees at twelve noon. Good afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. President Trump, the first lady returning to Washington after wrapping up a four day trip to Tokyo sitting Trump's short trip to Japan was heavy on ceremony and social time but it was not without controversy. The president praising Kim Jong UN. He is a very smart man. And signaling he appreciated the North Korean leader's criticism of Joe Biden. Motor statement that Joe Biden is a low IQ individual. He probably is based on his record. I think I agree with him on that. President Trump says he's not bothered by North Korea's recent short range. Ballistic missile launches saying Kim is just trying to get attention. I am very happy with the way it's going, and intelligent people agree. But his own national security adviser, John Bolton said those launches were a violation of a UN Security Council resolution. Karen, Travers, ABC news, the White House, immigration and customs enforcement agents say they've arrested six people in the Hudson valley for violating US immigration laws. The arrest report of a larger statewide operation the lead to thirty one people being jailed across New York. One of them is from Brewster. I says he's originally from Guatemala, and I say he was recently convicted of assault resisting arrest the supreme court striking down part of an Indiana abortion law signed by then. Governor Mike Pence today. The high court affirmed, the lower court ruling that invalidated part of the law that prohibited abortion because of the gender, race or disability. The fetus. Disabilities such as down syndrome spring court did uphold a portion of the law that required the fetal remains from abortions be buried or cremated. Visit bream court reversed and appeals court's ruling and allowed part of an Indiana abortion law to take a fact, the law signed by vice President Mike Pence when he was governor of the state requires fetal remains be buried or cremated after an abortion. We'll also banning abortions. Based on a fetus is expected race or disability status. The justices allowed the portion of the law governing disposal of fetal remains to go into effect, but didn't revive the ban on so-called discriminatory abortions by allowing the lure court ruling to stand on that part of the law. They did not take a position on the constitutionality and the abortion ban remains unenforceable Serena Marshall, ABC news. Washington borough president James Otto says New Yorkers have to fight back now against those who will do hateful things to others. At worst tolerate each other at best thrive together with each other. These acts do not define who we are auto took part in a rally against anti semitism on Staten Island, this morning, celebrity lawyer, Michael avenue will be making multiple appearances in federal court Manhattan, today's first-quarter appearance is over accusations. He tried to extort a twenty five million dollars a Nike. He then we'll go before a different judge for allegedly stealing tens of thousands of dollars from his former client stormy Daniels a disease that was assumed to be radically. Nearly twenty years ago continues its steady March through the country the centers for disease control and prevention is on public relations crusade to counter what the CDC says is the myth that vaccines to autism in children. Gary seeps her heads, the Jewish Federation and foundation of Rockland county, New York, the antibac-,.

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Sixty five degrees. Partly cloudy in New York. I'm Bob route two stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven WABC police may be close to arresting a suspect in the most recent subway break, pulling incident commuters were shocked at the elaborate scheme in which a key is used to open the break box, and pull the emergency brake causing the train to come to a screeching halt really crazy. Irresponsible. I wonder how they got the keys, it's crazy. Insane. There've been a number of incidents over the past two years. Mostly number two and five trains in Manhattan. Leading to subway. Delays transit chief any Byford thinks the break polars have keys to the train doors because they haven't been forced open. President Trump rolling out a sixteen billion dollar aid package for farmers. And ranchers many of them have been hurt by the growing trade war with China, Trump insisting China will be paying for the US aid through tariffs. House speaker Nancy Pelosi suggesting members of President Trump's family or White House staffer, consider staging an intervention with the president for the sake of the country below she again, accused Trump of throwing a temper tantrum before abruptly walking out on a schedule the White House meeting with Democrats yesterday. President Trump side of the story says, extremely calm. I was probably even more so in that room. So walked into the cabinet room you had the the group. Cryan Chuck crazy. Nancy? I tell you what I've been watching her, and I have I have. Have been watching her for long periods of time. She's not the same person. She's lost it. Wall Street Journal reporting Harvey Weinstein has reached a forty four million dollars. Civil settlement with the woman accusing him of sexual misconduct. Mayor de Blasio hitting the presidential campaign trail in a bid for the two thousand twenty democratic nomination. Look for the mayor in Iowa rallying with McDonald's workers. They're on strike demanding better minimum wage fifteen bucks an hour diplomacy. His handlers say who returned to the Big Apple tonight before heading to Las Vegas on Saturday. We're, he'll meet with military veterans on Sunday. It's off to Reno for the mayor. I'm Sara Lee Kessler for seventy seven WABC news, storms, and tornados, slamming of Missouri. Jefferson City target, may or carry talks about the sheer power of the storm's power is incredible because you don't really understand how buildings can be just torn apart and vehicles and things can be moved and torn apart like. That New Yorkers can now rent a city bike by using the lift of lift has fully integrated city bikes on its apps. Runners can also keep track of traffic and travel time Citi, bike recently got a one hundred million dollar investment from lift as a plans to expand its twelve thousand bikes system. The new partnership going live today. Yankees beat the Orioles six five Mets beat the nationals six four four.

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixty five degrees, cloudy skies in Boston at one o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm Nicole Davis. And here's what's happening. Water main break in downtown Boston sent water tearing through parts of the financial district, plenty of soggy damage in its path back with us. Now live from the scene. WBZ's Karyn regal Karen, it just looks like a mess out there. It looks like a mess, and it sounds like a mess. There's nothing like the sounds of Jack numbers in spring. Nicole to wake the neighborhood up, and that's precisely what happened this afternoon. I spoke to the owner of AL's cafe, El Castillo is his name who said that this couldn't have happened at a better time, believe it or not, even though it struck by as the rush hour was beginning the water came up rose about sixteen inches. He said, taking the street with it punch through the blade man, coming through a wall, except you know, from up instead of through and the water was taken care of fairly quickly with the main shut off speaker, carry on with his business happened last night, you wouldn't have been able to open at all. I spoke with the head of the Boston water and sewer commission. He says this was absolutely insult just a couple of years ago. So they would like to know precisely what has gone wrong with this main. There was another main break about eight years ago, a just about one hundred. Feet down completely different situation different main that one was replaced it feeds a different system. So this is probably going to be closed through the afternoon. Ross says the Boston water and sewer commission in, there are going to be different traffic patterns, as you would imagine the rue the afternoon, rush. They gotta dig down. They gotta get through this. They got figure out for silently what's wrong. And then they got a patch it up into over place it. So you have been alerted before from downtown Boston amid the jackhammers Karyn regal WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio why thank you, Karen. And yes, of course we're going to keep an eye on this Karen's on the scene right now downtown. And she mentioned traffic issues. We'll check traffic in about a minute. Keep in mind, of course, we also have details on our website at WBZ ten thirty dot com. Karen's, cut some great photos up on her Twitter feed, and you can find that at our Twitter feed at WBZ NewsRadio if you're listening on your smart speaker, at home, or maybe, for at home trying to figure out if you wanna come into the city, keep streaming us on our smart on your smart speaker, we'll. I'll have detailed coverage throughout the afternoon to say play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio. Well, twenty two and it took more than three weeks. But a man from Rhode Island is under arrest for allegedly robbing a Bank in Somerville earlier this month Daniel Defoe salvo is being described as dangerous and reckless. It's been a little more than three weeks since the thirty two year old allegedly entered Middlesex, federal, savings Bank in Davis square opened fire and demanded money. His also accused of shooting at an officer responding to the scene. No one was heard the FBI was able to match salvo to the may, I Bank robbery, thanks to DNA left behind on a backpack. He's facing several felony counts, including being a felon in possession of a gun James Rowe, hostile UB. Boston's NewsRadio celebrity chef Mario batali do in Boston tomorrow in a courtroom facing a criminal indecent assault charge. This is all related to an incident two years ago at one of his restaurants could into the globe court documents show, the woman involved told police that batali Astor for a selfie. And then kissed her touched her groin groped her chest all without consent. Batali as of late has been under fire for sexual misconduct even going so far as to sell his stake in his restaurants due to these accusations attorney for batali telling the globe on this incident. Denies it. One zero three. It's time for traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes, busy south of town, Kevin.

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixty five degrees in Boston at eight o'clock. Good evening. I'm Suzanne sauce Ville, here's what's happening. A house fire in Needham hits five alarms. Firefighters from nearby towns, including Newton and Westwood helped battle the fire on Brookside road this afternoon firefighters say it started with some sort of explosions outside then quickly spread to the house and nearby brush. No word yet on injuries, a Harvard faculty member who decided to represent Harvey Weinstein at his upcoming rape trial is losing his position as head of a student house on campus citing concerns about the climate at Winthrop house. Harvard college dean, Iraq, Sharana said in a written statement that he would not renew the appointments of Ronald Sullivan and his wife. Stephanie Robinson schools first black faculty. Deans Sullivan lives at the house and supervisors students. There some students and faculty members of faulted Sullivan's decision to represent Weinstein and his response to the students concerns Girona called the situation regrettable and said efforts to improve the climate were in. Ineffective in an Email. The couple said they were surprised and dismayed by the action. I'm Charlie Sherman WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. The Bristol County district attorney's office releases the make and model of the car believed to be involved in this week's near-fatal hit and run accident in Westport, they believe the man was driving a grey BMW three series from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand five when Stephanie trip was hit on old Bedford road Tuesday evening. The driver of the car allegedly stopped got out of his car and told a witness. He was sorry. Didn't mean to hit her before speeding away down old Bedford road, then as well and opposition leader one Guido is officially calling on the US military to assist in unseating President Nicolas Maduro CBS's military analyst, Jeff McCausland has more. Well, that could be everything from providing military assistance for the movement of humanitarian assistance to. To venezuela. Neither refugees or Venezuela. Suffering very dearly within the country all over to overt military action. And cooperation with other countries to formally bring down the the Madero government. Mcgowan McCausland says with issues like the southern border North Korea and the Iran. Venezuela is not a priority for the Trump administration. If you're throwing a party, you may need to shop around for helium balloons WBZ. Sheri, small tells us there's a global shortage. Bob Brenna owns a balloon in party supply store in Saugus. So with the name like balloon it takes when there's word out that there's a helium shortage that must get you a little nervous. Of course, it is my livelihood. So if there's going to be no helium does money. But luckily, we have distributed as kept us supplied and this time of year, it's in peak, demand, graduations, and first communion, and weddings, and because it's a gas. That's mind out of. The ground supplies can fluctuate something. Bob says a lot of customers are surprised to learn. They have no idea why it works. How it works where it comes from the ages. No, TAY, Juan insomnia. Sheri, small WBZ. Boston's.

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At its high of sixty five degrees today. Still just fifty one degrees in San Francisco right now, forty nine in Santa Rosa, fifty three and San Jose support for NPR comes in the law firm Cooley LOP with offices in the US Europe and China Cooley, advises entrepreneurs investors, financial institutions and established companies around the world where innovation meets the law and the university of Arkansas tapping into the history of the earth's climate captured within the rings of ancient trees, hoping to find clues helpful for the future. One example of how the university of Arkansas is determined to build a better world and the listeners of K Q E D. This is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Scott Simon. The Joe bone of a little known form of ancient human has been discovered in China wonder, if he's Nancy Astor VJ, Liederman rights, our theme music, a Buddhist monk found the job in two thousand ten scientists began to study at now they say belongs to a human relative that lived as long as one hundred and fifty thousand years ago and bureau's Christopher Joyce reports on what scientists make it the Nissan's are a mystery. There only remains a few bone fragments and teeth were found in a cave called Denisa in Siberia in twenty ten scientists concluded from those fragments and their DNA that vins were slightly different from us slightly different from the tolls. Too in short, a third kind of human what they didn't know was that thirty years earlier Tabet and monk had found part of job own in a cave on the plateau. Of the Himalayas he gave it to the sixth living Buddha? A holy man there who passed it onto scientists. They started studying nine years ago. Now, they say, it's Denise even. Much more complete than anything as we know into any so case Jones kubla from the max plank institute in Germany as part of a Chinese in European team. That announced the discovery this week the first time that. Any savant identified far away? From the case the bone was found in a huge cave almost eleven thousand feet up in the plateau to be surprised because most people so that challenging environments hired teachers tonight homie by modern humans like us. But the fact that some Denise Evans lived in Tibet make sense. Here's why modern humans have some Denisov in jeans, one of those teams gives people the ability to live at very high altitudes with low oxygen levels in modern thebenz have that, gene. So apparently, some early Denisa lived on the plateau the jaw is one hundred sixty thousand years old they developed the low oxygen trait and passed on to humans. It's in the modern humans because of interbreeding with Denise ovens Matthew cherry is a paleoanthropologist at lake head university in Canada. And now this particular job that's been identified as the Nissan is actually from the plateau. Oh, so it connects these dots to cherry says, the discovery reinforces the idea that the human lineage was like a landscape of parallel streams, and some were pretty far off the mainstream like the forefoot toll homo Flores or the hobbit in lived as recently as fifty thousand years ago on a remote island in Indonesia and had numerous primitive ape like characteristics. It wasn't that long ago that humans were way more diverse than they are today, and we carry on diversity because we sort of have some of these teams that survived in the research appears in the journal nature. Christopher Joyce NPR news. West side is set in an alternate. Nineteen twenties in which a thirteen mile long fence runs down Broadway split Manhattan between the sunny and prosperous eastside. Westside that historically held the city's deplorables with the narrator guild car. Twenty seven years old and a private I called the feckless, greedy criminal and mad Gilda is west cider microphone gang leader who became a police cap and she tries to solve what she calls tiny mysteries like a missing brute or a piece of millenary, but Gilda car fines that the case of a missing thin white glove. Throw open both sides of the city and puller into the riddle of the city itself and into a looming turf war between bootleggers and crime lords that rekindled the mystery of the disappearance of her father west side is the first novel for Wm acres playwright and professional writer for higher. We're going to talk about that. He joins us from New York. Thanks so much for being. With us. Thank you having me. So the west side is running and catching fire what's going on there? Well, it is a great and terrible mystery. And it's one to two large for most people today are trying to solve it has always been a strange place in the last fifteen or twenty years people begun disappearing. I by the dozen might one hundred thousand starting in nineteen fourteen the city built this long fence right up the middle of Broadway right on the dotted yellow line. And since then everyone on the west side has been completely walled off if they have the right permit. They can come and go from work, but mostly they're trapped there and since the city walled off the neighborhood has gotten stranger the trees grown taller finds crept up water his sprung up. There was no water before. And it is altogether. A mysterious and enchanting landscape perfect from histories and perfect guilty car guild is proud to be a wish Eiter g oh, yes. She's just that type of native New Yorker who loves the city, exactly as horrible as it was when she was born and resents anybody who has any ideas, we're trying to make it a better place. Are we meant to janey metaphors in your health scape to modern life because it's hard not to look at the fence between the east side and west side and think of the US oven border today becoming more militarized? I think that while it wasn't going for any kind of specific allegory there. I am very interested in the ways that a great big piece of iron and steel can divide people and the way that it will warp the people on both these happy prosperous side. And the unfortunate side, I think that it has terrible affects on both. And that wasn't. I wanted to explore here. Yeah. And in the west side in this book modern technology as it was in nineteen fourteen nineteen fifteen just doesn't work at rush or blows up. Now is kind of allegory about the digital divide of our times. I think that that was just a way of letting me have my cake and eat it too. Because I love New York in the nineteen twenties. And I also love the bad dark year of Hermanez gangs of New York. And I wanted to be able to. Bring sort of like a creepy eerie nineteenth century almost Victorian flair to this neighborhood. And with the overgrowth of the landscape. It just seemed it just made sense to me that everything from guns to light bulbs, washing machines, simply couldn't exist in this realm because they were too new and two fancy into polished for this dark grim place. You are involved in almost one hundred different activities, which is surely a mild exaggeration. But can I ask you about some of the other ones? Absolutely your plays. For example. I read you ever play called deadman's dinner, all I know about it as a paragraph, but there's some similar themes to absolutely dinner is a play about three women were trapped in a department house sometime in the unidentified future while near cities under siege. And they're trying to grapple with cold and hunger and lack of fuel in distrust reach other and to the east of lake creeping question of what happens when the food runs out. How far do we have to go before we turn into animals before returning to cannibals? What? Does this city looked like when you take civilization away? But the landscape remains what happens the people who are unfortunate of Silla there. I mean, you've heard all the New York jokes that you know, if an elevator gets it takes thirty seconds for New Yorkers to turn to cannibalism. And I believe that's firmly true. You offer to edit other novels as an independent can we can we know anything about that? Or do you have to keep that a little bit to yourself? Oh, no. I'm gonna talk about I love love being share tips and tricks and everything else that I've picked up along the way with a new beginning writers. It's a great pleasure. I write novels. Tell me a trick. Please. My absolute favorite trick is when you finish a book when I realized that this is down a long road sit down and just write as many words, you can't about how I did it. These are all the different things that were essential for me in making this book real and writing that document having the document hand when you get to starting your next book because you will write another book it'll be even better than the first one when it comes to that you are going to look at it and say, how did I write that first book is so perfect. I don't know. And you will have this moment of panic. And if you have this file to go back to actually that first book was a mess for a long time. And here's how you fought your way out of it. It is immensely soothing and very, very helpful. Look you've written a novel west side that's getting praised. I enjoyed it. I expect it to be very popular. But what do you make the popularity of distortion fiction today when we're living in a world of mass shootings and master Valence and mass migration desperation and revival of hatred. I mean, isn't isn't the damn world tough enough. I think that they're different types of fiction. I think that future based dystopia fiction can be extremely grim and can really really bummed me out. But things said in present-day or in the past I think provide hopefully not the right word, but a different perspective on it. Because when he has this that in like a dark, alternate version of nineteen twenty one the point is not to say the world is dark and terrible. The president is darkened terrible. The future will be darkened terrible. It's to say the past. Maybe wasn't as great as your remembering a lot of the work. I do when I'm working with history with historical fiction is to explore the ugly side of the past mostly tried to forget and the ways which the past is more like the president, we realize and the ways in which the past is totally out there and stranger than we know Wm acres his novel west side. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you so much. Thank me. This is a great pleasure. Nashville. Maybe what do you mean? Nashville is the country music capital, but the industry for which it's famous began in Atlanta now drive to preserve a historic downtown building. That highlights that perhaps appreciated role of Atlanta's is underway. Activists are trying to stop a developer from demolishing the place with the first country music hit was recorded to build a Jimmy Buffett Margarita Ville, high rise complex NPR's, Debbie. Elliott reports. Architect. Kyle Kessler takes too short block in the heart of Atlanta's bustling city center or coming up on fifty two Nassau which was wear music. 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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Skies. Sixty five degrees with KLIF news and information, I'm free to Ross democratic presidential candidate. Bernie Sanders is holding a rally in Fort Worth this hour. The Senator from Vermont is committed himself to a fifty state campaign supporters. Crowding Burnett pork in Fort Worth for campaign rally. These Bernie supporters challenged the idea that North Texas bleeds red it's pretty much like a theory type before it worth having Fort Worth a lot of liberal people. Just really want to hear what he wants the future of America, cry Sanders. Visit comes the same day. Former democratic vice president Joe Biden announced his bid for the presidency in for worth Clayton Neville, KLIF news, Dallas love field has opened the parking garage that had its lower level completely flooded. Yesterday, though that level is still shut off Crispell sick is what state farm and says if you had a car down there or anywhere, North Texas that was flooded. You should call your insurance company immediately. That claim process. So they can either have your vehicle towed somewhere to be looked at or they can go to the parking garage to look at it. And evaluate your claim water has drained out of the lower level stranded cars have a note on them for owners to contact the airport, and it's time now for a check of traffic, here's money cook. So that the problem is you move out of forty on highway eighty westbound past Collins that when still they're taking away that right lane I twenty eastbound at Saint Augustine, stalled vehicle also six thirty five westbound at Hillcrest they've got one clearing out loop twelve northbound one fourteen in Iraq taking away the right lane and southbound on east survey twenty before you get down to Randall millions. So about roadwork up in a lane of traffic with KLIF right now traffic, I'm Monica sunny skies this afternoon will reach a high around eighty two degrees. Northwest winds ten to fifteen miles an hour clear in fifty five tonight, sunshine,.

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You should never wash raw chicken

Curiosity Daily

01:22 min | 2 years ago

You should never wash raw chicken

"Should never wash raw chicken you heard that right? You are not supposed to wash raw chicken, and knowing why will help you protect yourself and your family and friends from potential food poisoning. Here's the deal one of the most common causes of food poisoning. In the US comes from 'Bacterial. You find in raw chicken, these nasty cells are called compiler b-actor, and they're typically found on meat and poultry that's been contaminated during processing if your chicken has been contaminated, and you splash water on it. Bacteria will spread to everything the droplets touch as in your hands. Cooking tools, kitchen, counters and clothing. Yikes. So don't use water instead here a few pro tips from the UK's. Nah. National health service to avoid food poisoning from Rochester. I keep it covered and chilled. Be sure to store your chicken at the bottom of the fridge to avoid dripping, contaminated juices on other food. Also, remember to wash your hands and used utensils make sure everything that has come in contact with a raw chicken has been thoroughly scrubbed and finally remembered to cook chicken thoroughly your chickens should be steaming hot all the way through have cleared juices. And no pink meet us a meat thermometer. If you have one to ensure the chicken has reached at least one hundred sixty five degrees Fahrenheit or seventy four degrees celsius, whatever you do just say no to chicken, baths, if you wash your chicken, it's you that will end up in hot

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Light rain and sixty five degrees in Boston at nine o'clock. Good evening. I'm Suzanne saws Ville. Here's what's happening. The suspect shot by state trooper in Brockton. This morning has been identified state police say it was clawed Brown Madison of Fall River. Formerly of Brockton police now say he pointed a weapon at the trooper just before he was shot. He faces several charges including armed assault with intent to murder and unlawful possession of a firearm. Brown Madison remains in the hospital tonight under police guard. The Plymouth county DA is investigating and will decide if the the use of lethal force was justified red line service is back to normal after person is hit and trapped beneath the train at south station. Just afternoon today. Brian Elkins is with the Boston police department. Responded roughly around twelve fifteen or report of a person onto needs to train of station and BT a under the red line. The woman underneath the train the had to wait to the NBA TA shut the power off underneath the tracks. Once the Powell set off under the labor to go underneath the train in extra create the lady from underneath the train. The woman was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Senator Mitt Romney and President Trump trading barbs after reading the mullahs report Romney said he sickened by the dishonesty the Russia investigation found in the Trump White House, but President Trump fired back on Twitter saying if the Utah Republican quote spent the same energy fighting Barack Obama as he does fighting Donald Trump. He could have won the race, maybe wealthy. French families have pledged millions of euros to help rebuild Paris's note. Notre Dame cathedral. But this is being met with backlash from people protesting inequality. Yellow.

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Duggar left handed hitter. They've overloaded on the right side of the infield against him. And a first pitch sinker is low and inside wall one. Two windy night. And the wind is blowing in from right field across toward left. There's a liner into centerfield back and then waiting bro bliss makes the catch. So Duggar hits when sharply but right at the center fielder one away. The game. Time at temp sponsored by UCSF health, redefining possible at UCSF health dot org slash possible. Seven oh, five PM eastern daylight time is when we began sixty five degrees for degrees cooler than last night's temperature. Here's Joe panic, and he takes a called strike. Duggar who had a home run last night came into the game hitting two thirty six for the year to sixty on bass panic is hitting only two eight with three oh four on base average. Now, he takes a fastball in there for a called strike to. They got. I don't know what he was looking for something other than an eighty six hour fastball right down the middle. Because he took it. Here comes and the almost hit him in the right foot with that one change up down in in. Going out of a no wind up there. He just kind of stood there instead of rocking back and. Gathering himself and building up for the pitch in just stood there and then kicked.

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Evan Bernstein. Good evening. Friends, minus sixty five degrees Fahrenheit, where the far side of Margot versus. Yeah. That's cold. It's getting in the mid west the mid that's like Arctic. Arctic temperatures. Yeah, it's crazy while you that minus six minus six five win with the wind chill. That's the wind chill. It's like minus Fahrenheit thirty. Yes. Decimal number system. What does that mean to you? Steve, it's we're glad we're not in Chicago, apparently like the polar vortex split into and part of it is wandering is like driving this Arctic air deep down into the. Luckily, we're we're right on the edge of it in Connecticut. So it's regaining some seasonably cold weather. But right, crazy. Let me state three degrees Fahrenheit tomorrow night. I think from this. Here's here's the obvious question. What about global warming? Yes. Oh, yes. Jay. And I can answer that the reason that the pull of split was because of the streaking ice shelf, which is caused by you named it climate change global warming and just going to get worse. So it all you know. And and then, of course, the whole difference between climate and weather and all that bologna, which we don't need to get into for audience. In fact, I read that the ISIS retreated so much it's uncomfortable. Areas of say Greenland that haven't been looked at. We haven't had a chance to investigate samples dating back one hundred twenty thousand years of fauna and other things that have been covered for so long that are now exposed so that's kind of a silver lining. I suppose in a way, but it's your hair, it's bad. But I think more worse because you've got thawing. Thawing permafrost is a scary concept. I mean. Yes. Yeah. But it's also scaring for what is it L Beato? Absolutely. The thing as you know, comes out of a block of ice probably landed on our planet a couple hundred thousand years ago. I mean, this is serious business again, at least one hundred that a segue. I don't think so no. Reference to the movie thing. It's interesting thing. Segue could have or the his the thing reference. Sounded segue. You'll see when we get to my story. So Chicago, the low tonight, and this isn't fair and hype people apologize the low tonight is negative twenty one. But that's the actual temperature not the wind chill. In Antarctica is negative Twenty-three for summer summer down there. Isn't that amazing though? Yes. Yes. Summer down. There you go. I love that. That's amazing. They're basically saying telling people stay inside because Gartside temperature it'll kill you. Yeah. I'm see inside their houses. Like, there's all these pictures on Twitter on Instagram people trying to insulate their windows with stuffed animals people the inside of their doorknobs being frozen solid. Somebody mentioned that they left their clothes in the drier. And they're dryer was outside and all their clothes or frozen into the dryer. I have my dryer outset and some people need to be because some people I can apartments are here other places or heating the heating their spaces with kerosene and other devices that that have these fumes and chemicals that are really bad. When you can't let your home. Airflow and you start sealing things up while you're just trapping a lot of those those dangerous chemicals in there with you. So you need to be cautious about that as well. You need to make sure that those things are vented properly. You know, what else they're using kerosene for in Chicago is they're actually train wrecks on light the rails on don't buckle. My gosh. Isn't that amazing? And they're just the train tracks are all on fire on purpose..

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Megan Bishop sixty five degrees. Here are some of the stories. We're following for you secretary of state, Mike Pompeo said the US is withdrawing from a nuclear treaty with Russia at treaty prevents the US and Russia from possessing any land based cruise missiles that could strike with an eight thirty four hundred mile range. The US added some three hundred and four thousand new jobs in January in a blockbuster report outlined this morning. The unemployment rate up to four percent smashing all predictions. Former mayor of Newark and current New Jersey Senator Corey Booker latest to be running for the twenty twenty presidential election airport director Russ Andy says Air Canada's scrapping its nonstop flights from San Antonio Toronto, effective, April first, but they are committed to adding another non-stop Canada flight, they'll just go with different airline also frontier, cutting its destination options from twenty-five tonight. Nine cities and President Trump says he doesn't have much confidence in bipartisan talks about the border. Wall says he'll probably have to move forward with the wall. Even if lawmakers don't approve it quick check of your money on Wall Street, the Dow is up eighty nine points. Breaking news on the hour at the half anytime at W O, A dot com. It's brought to you by Primo plumbing, more Russia had, but I look at traffic and weather together. US them so traffic tangling misconduct approaching four. Blow fat from wars Bach and also still delays..

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"sixty five degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"sixty five degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Then in the sixty five degrees swing between. That is amazing. I mean, even for you. When you look when you see something a shift like that. That's crazy, right? I've worked in this business for fifty years. This is one of the most interesting and unique cold snaps that I've seen this thing if diving into the area almost full intensity will have forty eight hours below zero on the thermometer. And from all indications seventy six hours where the wind chills are below zero. And that's about to commence tonight. And we'll run nonstop into Thursday night. The seventy two hours of subzero readings will run from tomorrow evening around six o'clock to about six o'clock on Thursday evening. Even though we'll have subzero temperatures in the morning before that will warm you call warming to single digits tomorrow. And then the winds pick up in the afternoon. The thing I'm worried about a top everything else. Andrea's the blowing drifting because we've got a pretty good coverage. No we had four to seven inches across the lesson. She goes down. But that's that's not gonna. Take to the air while you get thirty five to forty mile per hour wind gusts so you're north north south thoroughfares tomorrow, particularly in the open country areas could feature some areas of blowing and drifting snow on top of the bitter cold. Do not want to run off a road in that sort of a situation. Absolutely. So absolutely so bundle up. Get a nice guy behind Tom skilling on your television and look for the the warmer Pacific and then golfie or the comes in over the weekend. And by the way next week. We we we're going to cool off again, but it's a more moderate branded cold to give you an example of Wednesday will probably average about forty three degrees below normal high and low average together the week from Wednesday wanna ever Johnny two degrees below normal. So there's going to be nearly a forty degree temperature swing and just weeks time Wednesday to Wednesday. What a crazy shift its makes life interesting. If you can somehow stay warm thrown and preferably not go out and that. It's not an option. Everybody has you know. It's usually it's true. Just be safe as we all. That's right. Absolutely, tom. You are the best stay warm and to Andrea good to talk to.

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How much sleep do we need?

FT News

03:03 min | 3 years ago

How much sleep do we need?

"Even shift workers who give themselves eight or nine hours of sleep opportunity. Join the day, they do not get a quality of sleep. They would have if they were sleeping at night because we are by design a dial species we like to be awake during the day and were designed biologically to do that. So it's not as simple as get your sleep at any time during the twenty four hour period, we didn't bleak midwinter the moment. Is there a time of year when I sleep patterns change as well. It does seem to depend on the season. We know this from studying hunter gatherer tribes throughout the world who are untouched by all of the influences of Madonna tea and southern interesting population to study, and although many of them live somewhat closer to the equator others foreign if away where they'll have seasonal shift and indeed. What you find is that joining the winter months they will sleep longer during the summer months, they'll sleep less. So that does seem to suggest that we may have this twelve monthly cycle to us sleep. In addition to many other different timeframes that we could measure Mita out on asleep. Made some of that seems to do with light exposure during the day other aspects actually seemed to do with temperature. So it seems to be both temperature and light that dictate off seasonal changes in sleep. We also know strangely, by the way that all sleep changes dramatically on the basis of the moon on the Luna cycle to that joining the full moon, we tend to sleep a little less, and when people sleep less we know that they are a little bit more emotionally erratic and unstable and it's often led me to wonder about the time lunatic and were that term actually comes from. And whether it actually is sleep related or not the specimen acting funny in your book, he gives some tips for healthy sleep. If you. Have to choose just three for someone a social loafer or lunatic. Let myself finds it very difficult to see sometimes what would your top three tips. Be. I think the first beyond giving yourself really a non negotiable, eight hours leap opportunity every night. The first would be regularity. Go to bed at the same time and wake up the same time. No matter whether it's the weekend or the weekday even if you've had a bad night of sleep still get up at the same time. It sounds paradoxical. But that will reset your system and then get to bed at the normal time. The following night regularity is king. If there's one thing that you take away from this just wake up at the same time every day that would be it beyond that abstaining from alcohol and caffeine are probably your two best solutions in terms of consumption. The final aspect I would say is your environment temperature and light we are docked prime society in this modern era, and we need darkness at night to release a hormone called melatonin to help with him. Healthy sleep so dim down Hof the lights in your home in the last hour before bed. Tried to stay away from screens, get your bedroom. Temperature down to about sixty five degrees celsius sources of somewhere around eighteen degrees celsius those would be my tips for better sleep.

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Jennie-O recalls nearly 92,000 lbs of raw ground turkey amid salmonella outbreak

Generation Bold

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Jennie-O recalls nearly 92,000 lbs of raw ground turkey amid salmonella outbreak

"Turkey is recalling more than ninety one thousand pounds of raw Turkey in an ongoing salmonella outbreak so far. This outbreak has resulted in one death in one hundred and sixty four illnesses in thirty five states. The products being recalled include one pound packages of raw ground Turkey that were sold nationwide and had a used by date of October first or second Dr Colin Basler is with the CDC he explained some of the symptoms. You might see from salmonella poisoning. Most people get sick between twelve and seventy two hours after coming into contact with salmonella bacteria on most people will get diarrhea. Abdominal cramps and a fever. Dr Basler also says we really wanted to make sure that people are washing their hands after handling raw Turkey making sure that people are cooking Turkey to an internal temperature one hundred and sixty five degrees. If you cook a Turkey to the internal temperature of one hundred and sixty five degrees, this strain of salmonella should die. You're

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Salmonella outbreak linked to raw turkey turns deadly

Dennis Prager

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Salmonella outbreak linked to raw turkey turns deadly

"Officials are reporting a death in an ongoing. Seven outbreak linked to raw Turkey. Here's correspondent Mike gratia the centers for disease control and prevention reports, a death in California the first from an ongoing salmonella outbreak linked to raw Turkey so far one hundred sixty four people have fallen ill in thirty five states. The most recent illness was reported October twentieth. No products have been recalled and the CDC is not recommending that people avoid Turkey. The CDC does recommend cooking. Turkey to an internal temperature of at least one hundred sixty five degrees, and washing hands and counters that have touched uncooked meat.

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Pittsburgh synagogue-shooting suspect wheeled into courtroom

All Things Considered

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Pittsburgh synagogue-shooting suspect wheeled into courtroom

"Summer says he was helping his ninety year old mother fill out her absentee ballot. When he went to stuff it into the envelope. And he noticed he had a problem. It didn't fit to white. They took it out to see. Maybe I folded it wrong. But there's only one way to fold it. Michael Ryan, the head of New York City's board of elections says yes, some of the ballots didn't quite fit their envelopes. We got them back from the vendor folded in three sections. They probably should have been folded in four sections is city is reminding people there are two pages in two sides to the ballot. The candidates are on one side and ballot proposals are on the other for the rest of tonight here no area, no precipitation. It'll just be mostly cloudy overnight tonight. We'll see low of about forty three degrees. Tomorrow, Tuesday, mostly sunny through the day with a high near fifty seven it'll remain clear tomorrow night, low about forty. Eight and then on Wednesday, very nice day. It'll be mostly sunny through the day on Wednesday. The high reaching about sixty five degrees right now, though here in New York City, fifty six degrees under cloudy skies. You're listening to WNYC at four zero six. Support for NPR comes from visit Saint Petersburg Clearwater, along Florida's Gulf Coast offering artistic draws including St. Pete's Dali museum the to Hooghly collection and the museum of fine arts more at visit Saint Pete Clearwater dot com. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Ari Shapiro. The man accused of killing eleven worshippers and wounding six others in synagogue, Saturday appeared in federal court today Robert Bowers has been charged with twenty nine federal crimes and could face the death penalty NPR's Brian man was in the courtroom in Pittsburgh and joins us now. Brian IRA at describe what the scene was like in there today. Incredibly

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Meet Santiago Enrique! Eva Longoria Officially Introduces Newborn Son

Lori and Julia

03:06 min | 3 years ago

Meet Santiago Enrique! Eva Longoria Officially Introduces Newborn Son

"The credit karma app today. Credit karma get knowing our five eyewitness news forecast mostly cloudy sixty five degrees tonight and thunderstorms and seventy four tomorrow. It's eighty four right now. This is mytalk Dirt alert update a quick look at what's. Happening in entertainment Tell me something good actor Alan. Alda says he has Parkinson's disease appearing on CBS this morning all said he was diagnosed three and a half years ago and said he went public because he. Expected a, tabloid, would soon publish a story about his diagnosis the says revealing his diagnosis might be helpful to others with Parkinson's and that there. Are. Things, that they can? Still do. Believe an, active life yeah well you know, what it's like I mean that's great that he does that but. He the fact that somebody was. Going to do. A, story. You can keep your health private I hate that yeah yeah Exactly Avalon goriest son Santiago Enrica is making his public debut at six weeks old on the cover of Ola USA. Longoria yes, longoria, caption or cover reveal on Instagram referring to her baby boy sweet hand gesture here he is Santiago and Rica Don is waving. Hello. At, the whole world? And they. Are quite, adorable together isn't her husband like, a big media guy he's huge he's Telemundo okay is that what. It is yeah he's a he's. Big world of. Media, yeah Does he does that magazine could very well be. The case Jennifer Lopez is the winner of this year's MTV Michael Jackson video vanguard award Lopez is up for two other awards for her song deniro featuring DJ Colin and, Cardi, b. and the song will compete in, the best and video best, collaboration categories and Lopez. Will also be performing at the VM as this year for the first. Time since two thousand one the, VM as our August twentieth on MTV I? Don't know. That she. Would. Be the one I'd pack? I, feel like, that stage cat stunt casting. Because Always every year Cannon Jackson, before I mean they've. Had real musicians what are you seeing -joyed j. lo is, a triple threat but but people have had longer. Careers than hurry this is the AMA's don't hang your leg Oh my gosh Some star power. At the show Yeah and finally you can now buy a castle that was used in game of thrones and it's. Not even that much money guys the. Castle for sale in Northern Ireland it was used. In season three of the show it's the castle where rob. Start got his head chopped off the castle is going for cheaper than the average house in l. a. at. Six hundred seventy seven thousand dollars so if you want to go live council in Northern Ireland drafty and how much would be to own it down Sorry I'm sorry. I read this whole story about maintenance is extra. Somebody who owns a castle and he's got a lot of. Money it's an actor I can't remember nNcholas cage you used to but I don't know if it's thing but. You need like a ton of money to keep up oh yeah you do that true all right well.

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Sixty Five Degrees, Twenty Four Hours and Twenty Six Years discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

02:50 min | 3 years ago

Sixty Five Degrees, Twenty Four Hours and Twenty Six Years discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"My twenty six years of defending our nation did my personal opinions impact any official action i took struck refused to answer the first question saying the f b i counsel advised him not to answer about ongoing investigations the house committee is now considering finding him in contempt of congress president trump is now in great britain after two days of meeting with nato leaders in brussels this morning he said allies are promising to increase their military spending progress has been made everyone's agreed to substantially up their commitment the allies say they're sticking to the same commitment they made years ago to spend two percent of their gdp federal officials say they've now reunited fiftyseven migrant children younger than five with their parents after they were separated at the border justice department says fortysix others can't be reunited scott goldberg abc news stay connected stay informed komo news eight thirty one right now sixty five degrees in the seattle sunshine to start this thursday morning along with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor here are the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center the finalists for the job of seattle police chief are united in at least one message bias has no place in the department almost brian calvert has more from last night's community meeting the forum was put on by the group not this time a group focused on violence and bias within spd interim chief carmen best who self identified as the hometown girl was first to address the crowd more important than the that is the number one thing pay to kill people meeting people candidate eli ray has agreed with best in that more training is needed for officers then added his philosophy for harmony between police and citizens policing is not something that we do to the community it is something that we do with the community any self described as a proud black man pledged to immediately recruit more minority officers having a police department reflect the community which it serves the numbers right now mayor durkan will interview the candidates tomorrow then plans on making her choice by the end of the month brian calvert komo news is lake stevens police wanna know who would target a house cat with a bow and arrow and shoot that cat not once but twice almost corwin hake has the bad news and the good well let's start with the good news of the cat is going to be okay even after being wounded twice with arrows the one year old black and white long haired tabby had gone missing for twenty four hours and when he showed up back home in lake stevens a hunting arrow was still protruding from the haunch of his left hind leg and examination showed he had also been shot in the other hind leg the everett herald reports hunter now has had two surgeries and is recovering now the hunt is on for whoever shot the cat if intentional it's a case of felony animal cruelty if you know anything lake stevens police would appreciate a call corwin hake komo news if.

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What’s the Yield Curve? ‘A Powerful Signal of Recessions’ Has Wall Street’s Attention

Think Realty Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

What’s the Yield Curve? ‘A Powerful Signal of Recessions’ Has Wall Street’s Attention

"Showers and thunderstorms are likely for the new york city area today some of the storms could produce gusty winds heavy rain and frequent lightening highs near eighty five degrees but then clearing tonight and it goes down to around sixty five degrees in a beautiful weekend tomorrow saturday sunny highs near seventy seven degrees and then on sunday it'll be sunny with a high near eighty three degrees right now seventy seven degrees light rain falling in new york city from wnyc this is money talking on charlie herman recently it seems there's been an increase in people talking about this thing called the yield curve yield you'll curve wonderful yield curve the socalled inverted yield curve likes unless you work in finance you may be asking yourself what in the world are they talking about and do i really care well the answer is yes you should because this economic indicator has for decades predicted recessions and right now while we all should be paying attention and i have the perfect people to explain to you just what the yield curve is i'm stacey vanek smith and i'm cardiff garcia there the co host of npr's the indicator from planet money in cardiff would it be saying bit too much that you're kind of obsessed with the yield curve now i believe the question is directed at me amazing indicators so important here's the deal it's possible that you can say that i'm obsessed with the yield curve but the better question you should be asking yourself charlie is why isn't everybody else obsessed with the yield curve is a phenomenal economic indicator in one that i think has gone underrated for far too long okay but what exactly are we talking about here it's interest rates but it has to do with a very specific type dealing with government debt that's exactly right so these are interest rates on government debt that debt is also referred to sometimes as treasuries the government can issue this debt with different maturity and that just has to do with how long it takes for the government.

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Are Fireworks Legal in California? Each County Has It's Own Rules

After Hours With Amy Lawrence M

01:08 min | 3 years ago

Are Fireworks Legal in California? Each County Has It's Own Rules

"Lose 'cause now at eight eight eight nine nine four six five seven eight nine nine four six two five seven fireworks not legal in the county i'm sippy perky that's one of the stories we're following on am seven sixty fireworks are legal to buy in certain parts of california but public safety officials are warning san diego they are absolutely banned everywhere in the county a san diego fire rescue spokesman says fireworks are wildfire danger and also people blow off hands and fingers and get severe burns from accidents with consumer fireworks activists say the county should postpone a building a campground at the tijuana river valley regional park because of ongoing pollution problems supervisors allocated four million dollars for the project but the surfrider foundation and other environmentalists claim there's a health hazard from continuous sewage spills from the tijuana river an offduty federal ice agent who allegedly pulled a gun on a driver during a road rage incident is pleading not guilty to misdemeanor charges of battery and child endangerment right now been bird field partly cloudy sixty five degrees am seven.

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