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"south bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"South Bay and the WBZ phone forces telling us there's a crash on 24 South after Route 4 95 David Stuff, Alino WBZ traffic on the threes. Now we get a check of the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast meteorologist Brian Thompson is with us. We should squeeze out enough time to have an outdoor activity or two tonight, shouldn't we? Yeah, It looks pretty good this evening, Ben, though we're pretty much have no, not a cloud in the sky right now the leading edge of the cloud cover that's moving northward tortoises just getting to dance right now, So if this continues to move northward, we'll see the clouds increase from south to North. Through the evening hours, but it will be dry through the evening of later on today is well. We could have a shower a bit of drizzle. Perhaps even a few patches of fog lows in the mid fifties to around 60 dreary Start tomorrow with clouds. Some Sprinkles. Maybe a shower too early than clouds should break for some Saturday afternoon high 75 to 80 Mostly cloudy tomorrow night low 66 turning up crazy, warmer, more humid on Saturday with a mix of sun and clouds higher on 85. The immediate South Coast, Cape and islands will be in the upper seventies. And then for Sunday, very warm and humid was some sun and a bit of a breeze. Sunday's high 85 to 90. The beaches will end up closer to 80 on Sunday and then it looks quite hot early next week. Looks like we'll be in the nineties at least Monday, possibly into Tuesday as well. There is the chance for shower thunderstorm. As we head into each afternoon, but a lot of the time will be dry. I'm actually the bigger challenges. Brian Thompson WBZ Boston's news radio right now, 75 degrees in Arlington, 76. In Avon, Beverly's at 69 71. In Boston. 5 25 New England business, the State Department of Labor and Training Warning where Island residents of an email phishing scam. It's.
How the Pandemic Effected Uplift Family Services
"I'm join remotely via zoom by faith jackson. The transitional housing program supervisor of uplift family services. Thanks for being here face. Thank you for having me. So could you please provide the audience. Just a quick overview of who apply family service programs. are it's a regional organization with a as ing kind of ecosystem if you will of wraparound services for families definitely so the agency or on is one of the largest most albums the behavioral treatments in california one of the bigger providers each year we serve. Do whatever it takes to help about. Thirty five thousand children and families to manage and recover from challenges coming from trauma such as severe neglect and abuse. Essential life skills that they need to be successful at home or school and in their communes in so short mission statement. Is you know we do whatever it takes to. Strengthen advocate for children families and adults and communities to realize their hopes in behavior health and wellbeing. And then you are. Throughout the bay area you're working in kind of concord east bay but then you also have offices i think in the south bay in west bays recall that's correct as well as out to sacramento so here locally. We asked him oxygen in campbell. There's seven conquer where. I'm out a few supervised the tape program. So if you could explain what tae as we were saying before we came on acronyms are us what tae is. And then what the tape program is in to you. Know who are the residents that you serve great so advance. For transitional age you must pacific program. Supervise is the transitional housing program. Our young people are foster children and their ages range. Any rare which lane sixteen to twenty one am before two thousand well young people at the age of eighteen. We're just put out of foster care and and learn some of the most important life skills
"south bay" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"It's something to not a lot of people understand or know how to coach one hundred percent can can you talk about the game because it's somebody i've heard of before but being a member of gen z. Twenty years now some kind of all kind of forgotten about all this new research it when we get off because you'd be surprised at the lake. The cpa was the oldest league in the country for a long time. Do yourself a favor and look back at the rosters of some of these teams. They're all nba players. And so when you think about the g. league now it's for development for younger players. There's massive talent with huge upside. The cba was spilled with nba vets with with experience. I mean the final season. That i coach in. I had dickey simpkins on my team guy who had nba championships with the bulls players that all had nba experienced in know. And these were teams that if you equate them from those teams to the g. League teams now is they. They would be better able to win a pro game than the young kids now but it's a whole different story back then it was like what would that be like all for one like so. If you like the player from another team when the season ends you could just go. If you could get him you could do a better job him. More money give better city. You could still blares from anyone so it was super competitive and it was really really fun league because the competition was through. The roof thing is incredible far listeners. We're talking about the continental basketball association. Not the not the chinese bass up when you get a chance you'll be surprised that one the longevity of the league. I mean kobe. Carl who. I work for now his dad started. Cba phil jackson started in cba. This was not like you know rec league..
"south bay" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
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Sea Level Rise a Major Threat to San Francisco
"All over the bay Area by 2050 In less than 30 years. Projections show floodwaters swamping bridges, infrastructure and entire neighborhoods. KQED science reporter Kevin Starke has been following this story as part of the Pulitzer Centers nationwide. Connected Coastlines Reporting Initiative and Kevin East Palo Alto specifically, is one community really susceptible to sea level rise in the Bay Area. How much of a threat is this? Well, already Half of the city lies in a federal flood zone. It's bound by water on three sides, the Bay and the San Francis Skeeto Creek. And it's located in the South Bay, where tides of the highest during bad storms the city already regularly experience is flooding. The average high tide in the bay is going in one direction. It's up. Scientific projections show up to a couple feet of sea level rise by mid century, and then the rate of rise could dramatically increase beyond that, so this is truly an existential threat for the community and his power out there. Great and this isn't just about sea level rise right? There are larger social forces at play here, too. Absolutely. The community is roughly two thirds Latino, has a sizable population from the Pacific Islands. In fact, we interviewed people who emigrated to East Palo Alto from places like Samoa and Tonga, in part to get away from flooding and climate change on the islands on me to find that it is an issue here along the bay, so the effects of climate change disproportionately impact communities like East Palo Alto. Many people in the community that we spoke with talk about the cost of housing. There's been a lot of pressure. There is Facebook and Google and other big companies have built campuses nearby. Yet East Palo Alto is this
"south bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"South Bay. Then Bryant have right down pass through 37 north bound the usual stop and go granted f a passing upon Sit circle. My king. WBC's traffic on the three pods were in place. The rain is on its way, and we will get some Steadier rain as we head into the overnight hours and and and heavier rains as well. There may be some from fog around in spots with temperatures in the mid fifties Now the rain probably arriving here at her a little bit after sunset as we get into the nighttime hours, so little bit more dryness before we get there, clouds and breezy conditions tomorrow there will be rain. In the morning, especially it could be heavy at times. It'll eventually taper off two showers in the afternoon and the temperatures will fall back into the forties. A cold night tomorrow night 30 for the low with real fields in the teens. We'll have real feels in the thirties on Friday, despite Sun shining and temperatures in the mid forties and then Saturday not bad, not his harsh temperatures will be in the low to mid fifties with some sunshine 66 degrees right now in Boston Governor Charlie Baker today delivering some good news regarding vaccines becoming available from the federal government. NBC's Carl Stevens explains, and Governor Baker's words. It's a big deal. Word from the federal government that next week 10 million doses of the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine will be distributed across the country. And you better believe Massachusetts is going to get some on here in Massachusetts. That will be definitely north of 100,000 doses of change a vaccine and I can't I can't tell you how important that is. The reason it means so much, he says, is because when it comes to time and resource is that one does J and J vaccine is so much better than the much more time consuming. Kudos. Vaccines from Madonna and Fizer, Carl Steven stop BBC Boston's news radio. There was another statement out tonight from Dr Very public schools.
How The Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center Is Supporting Bay Area Small Businesses
"Ari when you speak tool walking down the street and it was devastating. You know half the storefronts were closed. You hear the stories. You know what's happening. And people are appreciating and recognizing the real importance in a of small businesses. And how much they are part of the social fabric of our communities. This is the chief executive officer. Sharon miller and program director. Tim russell of the renaissance entrepreneurship center. Today's episode is part of our efforts to better understand the impact of the covid nineteen pandemic on the small businesses and entrepreneurs that make up the economic fabric of our neighborhoods. We to feature the voices of the renaissance entrepreneurship center. Who's thirty year. Mission is to bride intensive entrepreneurship training networking and mentorship to support the launch and growth of women owned businesses through their. Us small business administration sifford cisco women's business center and to find out what they're doing to help our survive the economic meltdown. Let's hear from sharon and tim. What they and their regional team renaissance are doing to help. Small business owners survive and thrive during the pandemic. i'm joined remotely via zoom by sharon miller the chief executive officer and tim russell the program for a renaissance entrepreneurship center. Thanks for being here. Sharon and tim thank you. Thank you for having us. I'd like to start because once again renaissance entrepreneurship centers one of those really wonderful services for small businesses and entrepreneurs and anyone who has an idea of starting businesses in the san francisco bay area. That a lot of people just don't know about so i would love to start with having each of you provide the audience aetna the renaissance entrepreneurship center. It's programs both in san francisco in the east bay. Which will have sharon you provide. And then tim have you provided the mid peninsula and south bay. So sharon great. So renaissance is completely dedicated to entrepreneurship. And our focus is helping to provide access to people who don't have traditional access to training resources a network. So that's where we come in. People come to us with great ideas a ton of passion and then we provide training access to capital access to markets and access to networks so that training that we do really focuses on intensive classes. That take people from the idea feasibility. Stage into the business planning stage and further to the gross state so we're helping people to perceive themselves as entrepreneurs understand what it takes to be an entrepreneur. Start that business. And once they have it grow the business. So you asked about san francisco and the e spe. We do work with people at all levels of business in both locations in san francisco we are the san francisco. Us sba women's business center so we add further services for women. There anyone out san francisco or the bay area could come and take our classes. We also have a center in bayview hunters wait that focuses on that community and in oakland we are working with businesses in oakland richmond and east contra costa county thank you. I was great and tim. How does renaissance center support entrepreneurs in san mateo and santa clara county. Just basically the piggy back off. What sharon said. We are an organization that is regional and the south bay and then the serving the san mateo county and santa clara county and small businesses and entrepreneurs. We really are coming alongside of those entrepreneurs and small business owners and helping them turn their passion the prophet in. I think that's what we really strive for is giving them the tools they need because we already know that they're gifted they're gifted at what they do but they need to support the technical assistance to be able to really be sustainable so we really are working with those communities. Churn says that are under served under represented by coming in and giving them the tools so that they can watch and grow their business and again like i said earlier turn their passion to profit
Will Oysters Ever Make a Comeback in the Bay?
"The ocean that's reporter khloe veldman even with a couple of friends so tough khloe. Sorry tough katrina. What's a tough assignment. I eat always does all the time. But i had actually never tried this type. It's called an olympia oyster or ali for short. Oh i've never heard of that kind. Are they like well. They're much smaller than the oysters. Most of us in the bay area a familiar with they taste kind of coppery and pungent and this special because they are native to the san francisco bay. But the oysters you just heard me and my friend guzzling actually harvested from our bay scientists. Say it's still too polluted from agricultural runoff and other chemicals like mercury instead. These came from a farm in washington state. However for thousands of years the olympia grew locally in vast numbers three generations back would be a safe to say that our family last word gathering oysters from the bayshore east bay alone chef and food activist vincent medina says the only was a dietary staple for many local tribes including his own ancestors in raw they would also be cooked in earth ovens underneath the ground and with of sea lettuces and different types of seaweed acorn sue vicious meals matthew buca is an environmental historian and has written a book all about the bays voice to full past. He says olympia oysters. All along the west coast stretching from alaska all the way down into central mexico all these perfectly adapted to survive the cold waters of san francisco bay but they need rocky surfaces to grow on matthew says by the mid eighteen hundreds thousands of years of slow sea level rise and melting sierra. Glaciers made the bay muddier. And that's bad for all these. They were struggling. Basically then the gold rush hit and brought thousands of golden protein hungry settlers. It didn't take long for them to destroy the local population forcing oystermen to look further afield. All the estuaries of the west coast are essentially mind for there to satisfy this endless demand from san francisco. Matthew says soon even those far-flung habitats had been plundered. There were relatively few all east left on the entire west coast but there was still a demand for them. So entrepreneurs took to importing non native varieties from the east coast. You can capture baby. Easter's barrel them up. Put them on. Board schooners later on board unrefrigerated train cars ship them across the entire united states and then they would be placed into san francisco. Bay on privately owned tied lands and harvested as crop demand for always was so high pirates frequently raided the beds bay area native. Jack london tells us about it in his autobiographical novel. John barley corn the winds of adventure blew the oyster pirates. Loops up and down san francisco bay. Before london became famous writer. he was among other things. An infamous oyster pirate every raid on. An- bed was a felony. The ofa glamorized his experience stealing oysters from the bay by night and selling them in the oakland markets the next morning in several literary works and behind it all behind all of me with you. A bubble whispered romance adventure but even the imported oysters didn't survive in the san francisco. Bay for long the already muddy waters were made worse by mining in the sierra during the gold rushes. This turned up more modern sanders sweat downriver. So the san francisco bay historian matthew book says grow moved their atlantic choices to the south bay when mantras less of a problem but heavy industry and human sewage polluted. The bay waters a rash of deaths connected to eating contaminated puts an end to the san francisco bay oyster industry so by the early twentieth century. There are plenty of oyster bay but the people eating them are no longer so sure if this is the right. Food in the nineteen thirties bombing resumed in the clean waters of drake's in somalia's base north of san francisco but the focus especially after world. War two was on pacific oyster varieties from japan. Interesting cultivating the native olympia oyster as a food source dwindled. It still hasn't really come back. So will we ever be able to eat the native only ounce of the bay again even though no always does a grown in san francisco bay food there are efforts to bring them back to help restore the based delicate ecosystem and ecologists have focused on the native. Only that once thrived here sickle spot. Oh you been question. Scott joseph fletcher at the bay natives. Plant nursery in the bayview to interview linda hunter. She's the founder and director of the wild oyster project. Oysters have so many wonderful benefits. Linda tells us does have superpowers. So one grown oyster can filter fifty gallons of water a day. Oysters helped maintain the balance of marine ecosystem but reducing algae and sediment that can contribute to low oxygen levels causing other marine life to die. There's also the fact that oysters provide have attacked for other critters we as cluster on discarded shells rocks peers and heart submerged surfaces. They fuse together. As they grow forming these rock like reefs that make ideal homes for other marine animals. Implants into says the protect coastal lands by reducing the impacts of storm wife's. It's been proven that voice to rapes attenuate. The effects of rising tides caused by the wild oyster projects is trying to rebuild these reefs. That works starts with collecting discarded oyster shells from local restaurants and piling them. Up part sites like bay natives shows in. Linda says eventually these shells will be built into reefs unplaced in the bay. The idea is for these manmade reefs to attract native voices and as a result other wildlife like ill gross salmon crabs egrets says. They've already installed reefs near alameda. Point pinot the first to reflect the at point panel in richmond. I got a phone call from a fisherman who is complaining that his fishing line had been snagged on one of our reef balls. And i said Have you noticed more fish. And he said yes. I have thank you very much. But before they can be turned into reefs. The oyster shells needs to be clete. And that's where the chickens come in. They natives is home to about two dozen chickens. This is the chicken launch. There's not chickens. you have to clean the shell. Otherwise they get stinky and they attract kinds of critters. Should we feed the ins- off the shelves at cleaned laid out in the sun and several years later gobi ready to use annoy staff. This curing process helps kill any harmful bacteria and houghton's the shells. We have plenty of show. We have over ten thousand times here. Linda tells joseph. The projects has been relying more heavily on individual choice to eaters recently since covid nineteen shelter in place. orders have shut down many local restaurants. We are encouraging people to save their own trucks. Bring by one insights. Now you know what to do just dump them in the lounge
Churches hold indoor services after Supreme Court victory
"Supreme Court says California cannot banned indoor worship because of the coveted 18 pandemic. The court said that the state can't ban church services where cases are surging, but can set an attendance limit of 25% capacity. Singing and chanting at church services are also still banned. The court made the ruling after responding to request to drop covered 19 restrictions at South Bay United Pentecostal Church in Chula Vista and Harvest Rock Church and Pasadena
"south bay" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Why. PTC dot com And by the listeners of KQED. Good morning. This is listener supported. KQED FM San Francisco The time is a 21. It's morning edition on KQED. I'm Brian Want South Bay Lawmakers are calling on the state to prioritize equity not just age when allocating Cove in 19 vaccine two counties. They want the state to target communities of color with Hiko vid cases and deaths. KQED s Polly striker has more Data census tract data. That's what Gilroy Councilwoman Rebecca Ottoman Doris wants the state to use when it distributes Corona virus vaccines. We know the census tracts where people have the highest infection. And mortality rates. She applauds giving shots to the folks first in line health care workers and the elderly. But it was done on Lee by age and by Industry. But those being the only filters left too much inequity. Latinos make up about a quarter of the population in Santa Clara County, but over half of covert 19 cases South Bay. Lawmakers say five ZIP codes have been hit hard communities and East San Jose and Gilroy people who often live in multigenerational homes, people who may not have health care. We have a large percentage of service workers. You know, our farm workers are retail workers and a lot of food service workers, etcetera that we provide for for the whole county Councilwoman Armando's. His family has been in Gilroy for five generations. She says laser focused data is needed to prioritize the most vulnerable people for vaccination. Especially seniors who don't have the Internet or aren't tech savvy. I know my mom wouldn't be able to get on the Kaiser website or the county website and navigate her way through to make herself an appointment. My sister and I had to do it for her. The state's planning to roll out a new vaccination system this month, one that will get shots directly to providers to target the hardest hit communities. One that will track demographic data to make sure those vaccines go where they're most needed. I think that sounds excellent. Right along the lines of what we need that can't come fast enough for autumn and Doris, she says she feels desperate to help her community. I'm Polly striker. KQED news gig. Workers hoping to get basic employee protections have been dealt another blow. The California Supreme Court is throwing out a challenge to Proposition 22, which became law in January and allows companies like uber and lift to deny their workers employee status to break down. What this all means. I have KQED Sam Harnett here. Hi, Sam. My brain, so we'll get to this lawsuit. But can we back all the way up to prop 22? It was a showdown between Labor and Silicon Valley companies like lift and door Dash, But it was also a showdown between Silicon Valley companies and the California government. So can you Unpacked this back story. Sure, so since these companies got started eight years ago, labor advocates have been saying your misclassifying these workers they're not contractors their employees and they deserve basic employee protections deserve unemployment, overtime worker's compensation, etcetera. They've been fighting that since the beginning the California government for the first six years of these these companies being around they were basically on the sidelines, and it was only in 2018 that California's government really started stepping in, and so you had all three branches of California's government. First it was Supreme Court, which issued the dynamics decision, which made it much harder for these good comes to classify their workers contractors. Then the Legislature, wrote 85, a law that was specifically geared towards good companies. That was made to prevent them from his classifying workers. And then you have the attorney general who sued uber and lift saying that they were misclassifying workers. But then proposition 22 undid all of that. The reason that proposition 22 is successful and that these companies really got off the ground in the first place was venture capital and then all the money from there I pose. So venture capital is a really key part of this. This is ah key part of how Proposition. 22 ended up eventually passing interesting. You know, I have never really heard it put that way from venture capital to a statewide ballot proposition. So if you take the long view, venture capital is what made this all possible. Venture Capital is what led to proposition 22. I mean, these companies wouldn't even exist without venture capital. They started with tens or hundreds of millions of dollars of venture capital. Then they got billions in their I P o. These companies lift and uber are still not profitable, and a nonprofit company probably wouldn't be able to run a $200 Million ballot initiative campaign. You know, it's It is all of that funding, which which allowed this play by these companies. Be possible, and the play was to use the proposition system to get around California's government venture capital. My P O money gives companies that buffer to get a proposition passed and it's an amount of money that labor can never compete with labor organizations could never raise $200 million for a ballot proposition, and so again, that's that's what really has labor folks worried. You know, I talked of you two balls, you professor law. You see Hastings and she says prop 22. This might be a blueprint for other companies. And we might see a lot more of this. The Californian political system as well as frankly cough when your voters got smacked down by money and interests here in the process of getting proposition 22 past and what's really scary is that it's a stark example of the government deciding one thing. And then Cos Fang will. This does not suit us, and we're gonna change it. All right. So let's talk about the lawsuit, the one that has been thrown out. What was the goal of it and what happened. I mean, the lawsuit was really labors reaction. So they filed this lawsuit saying, Listen, this is unconstitutional and their argument was a little. It's a little in the way is to get into it. But basically, they said, this proposition limits workers access to worker's compensation and their ability to unionize. It also prevents the Legislature or local governments from really changing that if you remember and proposition 22, there's this 7/8 prevision, which basically the proposition would require 7/8 of the Legislature to agree just to amend the thing. So this lawsuit was saying, Hey, you're basically tying government's hands. You're not letting them change this and it's unconstitutional. And the Supreme Court decided not to hear the case. You know, that really leaves labor with few options here. Okay, So what happens next? The big fear is that this gig Labor model is gonna be explored the other industries and that's already happening, right? I mean, we did that story on security about the grocery delivery workers who were employees who are being laid off for a place with door dash workers. So the big fear again. The labor community is that that this is going to spread and there's no real play for them. I mean, at this point, California's government has not been able to regulate these companies. And it would probably take the federal government to step in KQED. Sam Harnett. Thank you. Thanks, Brian. You're listening to morning edition on KQED. Ryan will be right back with KQED news. First, though we're checking in with Joe and see how the roadways are. Overall, still not bad, but San Matteo traffic is pretty tight that 90 to 1 a one earlier crash West 92, a Delaware was the biggest problem that's clear, but the ramp is still blocked or still love backed up from North. Wanna one where there's a separate crash reported on the shoulder, and now they're checking south, one of one of 92 for another collision. And the Cupertino area to the north bound with of 85 a crash. There were the car sideways and one off into the bushes. The Bay Bridge may have a star may have a crash still reported. It's been reported before the island. But if it's their psychology, much of the impact having an impact, Joe McConnell for KQED traffic support comes from Lucky and Lucky, California. Support for KQED comes from SF Jazz presenting a Fridays at five Livestream concert featuring the SF Jazz collective.
Interview With Bradley Kam
"We have a returning gas brian. Cameo from unstoppable domains and brad. Thanks for joining great. Thanks for Awesome awesome. so we've had you on before for those that maybe missed it. You can go to the reimagine twenty twenty youtube channel Up reimagined twenty two brought cameron and it will populate they're interesting story good stuff there You know for free that. Take a peek out. That i'm having back again. So hopefully we can shed some new light and get some updates in and see what's going on but bradey know what i noticed from. The last discussion is With quite get your journey like into blockchain I've done countless interviews now over the last four months and it'd be It's interesting you know. Love to hear your side and you found out in the rational and how you got into blockchain shore. So i i heard about it from the wired article in two thousand and eleven the rise and fall bitcoin which a lot of people probably heard him read and i remember thinking. Oh this is cool. And that i remember tossing the magazine aside and then nothing about it again. For a couple of years i moved out to san francisco in end of two thousand twelve december. Two thousand twelve to work on marketing tech startup. Six years working on that. But when i moved to san francisco. I moved into this hacker. House called twenty mission Right in the center of the mission district is crazy place a day. After i got there they were shooting horror. Fill there Just to give you kind of an idea of like what the building looks like They didn't need to change the scenery. It was ready to go for the film So there was like a clown getting murdered or something like that right outside my right outside. My door They eventually built it up a little bit. Got a little bit nicer but it was basically. I started by a early bitcoin supporter and essentially everybody. There was some sort of Some sort of a bitcoin enthusiast. The second bitcoin exchange was launched in the basement of the building Trade ill second. Bitcoin exchange in the us. bunch of early meet ups were in the building. The talk was giving talks in or courtyard before theorem. Live was basically everybody that i met when i moved to. San francisco was crypto person. Maybe three weeks. After i got there read the white paper You know maybe rented another couple of times just that first week thought it was one of the most amazing things i've ever heard was a little skeptical about whether or not this could actually work implementation. Wise i'm not ankle so i of needed to trust might eleborate friends. Essentially that this was like real from a tech perspective. They convinced me that it was and reading about it and think about it. Ever since i was more seven years ago. So how is living about pat. I don t twenty mission. It's not there anymore. I don't think right though. There is a lot of phases so a lot of a lot of those early folks in a lotta. Those early crypto folks are have since moved on But it was it was. It was pretty wild in the back in the day. I mean they were doing doing five hundred person. Y- parties with multiple. Dj's going until six am and stuff like that A lot of meet ups. It was amazing. I met so many. Jimmy's metallic was so he's to my. Cto is what was in a hacker house. I don't think he was. I think he might have been twenty mission as well but there was another one. A nearby and metallic was pitching a theory at that time Which kind of blew. Everybody's mind when he was trying to sell tokens and obviously my cto. Now wish he would have awesome. Yeah yes i didn't actually. I didn't get to talk to patel. Bear but it i did a. I was taking this class collection. You in south bay. And i think twenty fifteen and batali gave a talk Talking about a theory. And what. I heard it. It sounded like the most convoluted confusing thing ever. Everybody was like why. What's gas wise there. Gas is that different than ease. The token like it was just so confusing hours. Like is this really. Is this really going to work. It just seems so So bazaars i i didn't i didn't immediately get it. I don't think i'm probably took me another year. After the thing was was live when i started seeing some apps and then finally once i could see apps i was like okay now i get it now. This is a decentralized platform for apps
"south bay" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
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"south bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Threes lingering trouble in a few spots, Michael Yeah, We've got a backup on the expressway that was set off by an earlier crash. Ben here, I'll explain South bounds. All stopping go coming out of the tunnel. It's like that down the South Bay. Now I know that's typical, but it would have been a lot quieter. If wasn't for a earlier crash. So we've got delays again from the tunnel. The South Bay. It's good after that North sounds pretty good. Coming in a little slow is he passed over Neponset Circle That's about it. Route three is all clear along the South Shore. 1 20 eight's good I've got 18 minutes from the pipe down to route 24 that basically puts you on the bottom into 93. I know up to the North. Let's check out through one. Now, as we turn to your WBC news Radio Road report thinks that getting tough for a brief period of time here already what North found from back and revere up past Essex Street in Saugus, there have been a crash that came in before you get to Main Street. Looks like that's out of the way so things they're clearing out again as you make your way up toward the Lynnfield Tunnel. Mr Duck and the WBC news Radio road report. Didn't have any delays on that up around the 1 28 all afternoon, so it's still a good ride continues here from the Mass Turnpike all the way up into Danvers and Beverly 93 North bound is clear up to the New Hampshire line, say, my dear withdrew three downtown. The South bound tunnel is backed up getting to the expressway, but that's really it. Storrow Drive the lower deck, the leopard down ramp. They're all good. And the mass turnpike is Yeah, trouble free as well. My king WBC's traffic on the three now a check of the four day WBZ Jack your weather forecast that has brought to us by the North Atlantic States Carpenters union Here's Brian. After a fairly cloudy day we are going to see those clouds break tonight so low down to 29.
"south bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Boston's news radio to 43 times the traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. And yet that expressways got some issues already be I. You're right van a little back up to the south, a little back up to the North will start with the expressway does South bound? Well, we're off to a pretty bad start out of the city in stress crawling out of the O'Neill tunnel. Down past Mass. Avon's South Bay. Then it starts to loosen up more stop and go Bryant after the Braintree split, So it's getting a little busier every 10 minutes here nor found a stalled out East Milton a passing upon sit circle, but I still have 16 minutes. Braintree into Boston, so surly Not so bad on the North bound side, route three clear. Ah, you could do the speed limit all the way down past 31 39 this afternoon, the lower end of 1 20 eight's good and so is 95 south down into Attleboro. No up to the North. 93 north. Slow going up towards 1, 28 and more brake lights up pass through 1 25 in Wilmington, Thea. Parental 1 28 off to a good start. Same idea with 4 95 Andrew one downtown. I really don't see any backups. Too bad here. The lower deck of 93 is in good shape. So was the Tobin Bridge, the Sumner Tunnel as well. In fact, all the airport tunnels were fine in the mass. Turnpike is off to a good start to His report, sponsored by Zeke will pure sees. You have to be up in five hours, two hours and you haven't slept Vixie Quilp. Your disease is a drug free blend of botanicals with an optimal dose of melatonin that helps you fall asleep naturally and wake with no next day grogginess Zeke will pure Z's naturally superior sleep. My king. Deputy Visas. Traffic on the three got the sun shot around this afternoon temperatures of the climbing leader 40 Clear and cold. Tonight it'll become breezy late. So real field's gonna become a factor, especially late tonight and into tomorrow. 25 slow downtown.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Sets Aside $330,000 For Restaurant Funding
"Has an interesting fix to help some local restaurants and residents. Amid the Corona virus pandemic, Janice Hahn announced today more than $300,000 will be distributed to nearly a dozen non profit organizations whose groups will that use those funds to buy gift cards from small eateries. Had those out to local families. Indeed, the money will be distributed to nonprofits and Hans District, which stretches along the coast from Marina del Rey to the South Bay and inland to Whittier. Han says the program was designed to get food on families tables while supporting struggling restaurants. When George Gascogne
"south bay" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"From Ko Phi. Sunday in a little warmer Tomorrow attempts in the eighties. This report brought to you by Geico from the Southern California Toyota Dealers Traffic Center. We make it easy. We have a crash on the 22 Garden Grove. A little bit of good news. A little bit of not so good news. He's found side coming up on harbor. This is the scene of a crash that has been cleared out of lanes. But now we're dealing with the left over slowing. That's backing up almost from Beach Boulevard. It looks like you're hitting the brakes right at Magnolia Beyond the scene of the crash, That drive is a little crowded ahead as you continue towards the 55 Freeway. Let's check in with Will Kohlschreiber K af Eye in the sky sponsored by injury. Attorney superwoman super lawyer dot com. Looking at some slowing South Bay area there on the four or five days you head south found getting away from Artie Boulevard Pretty cranky all the way down to the 7 10 And speaking of the 17 looks like a new crash just popped up north Downside of the 7 10. Just before you get to PCH. Looks like this is gonna be right around Anaheim Street there big rig involved in this one all of the right shoulder but just adding woes out of downtown Long Beach injured in an accident visit Superwoman super lawyer dot com. Will Kohlschreiber in the sky has upon that 91 freeway eastbound delays, backing up all the way out of line a park, you're on the brakes and stretches to the 2 41, sponsored by Ashley Home Store. K F eye in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Angel Martinez. You're invited to the private sale at Ashley Home Store. Take advantage of 50% off storewide. That's right. 50% off everything in the store Korean now on Lian Ashley.
"south bay" Discussed on KGO 810
"A woman who lives there spoke to headline She says her husband is an engineer. Their friend is an architect, and together they came up with this huge mask. Wow. Oh, that's cool. I'm just looking at a picture of it. Architect meet engineer meets Idea for Halloween meets Covert 19 They turn the house into a house that's wearing a mask, she says. This year, ghosts and witches don't feel necessary because we were actually living in the scariest of times and a mentor that mask physical powerful way to make that point. Well, A lot is happening right in the city. There's something going on in San Jose. That's interesting to me. South Bay restaurants are increasingly Closing off or not opening up if you want to think of it that way, the interior part of their business. Because Even though the covert 19 restrictions have Lucien and they are able to have people come into their businesses, they feel that the restrictions on what What happened with those people where you put them? Ah, how they would function on the interior of a restaurant. Let's say those restrictions are so Intense and so broad and so tough That it just makes it impractical. And that'll ruin the experience more to the point of the people who are the diners. In other words, your restaurant isn't gonna have the same vibe anymore. Because now everybody's going to be 10 ft apart, and there's all this sort of Plexiglass that has to go up. In other words, the vibe. The feel the atmosphere is going to be chilled. And so a lot of south restaurants aren't taking advantage of this new loosening of restrictions out there, reporter as this with here now, as if You've learned that some owners say that, by the way, has been foolish name in local television, would you say? Oh, yeah, great now, and I can't think of a colder now here now, as if you've learned that some owners say the county rules make it difficult for them to operate. Yes, frank owners. I spoke to say capacity limits are hard enough. And now diners won't hear a loud music or a TV and customers must provide their contact information restrictions not in other counties, but in Santa Clara County to reduce the spread so again just to reiterate what was.
UC San Diego Sets Up COVID-19 Vaccine Trial In National City
"A started signing up volunteers for their third Corona virus vaccine trial in San Diego, and the university has set up a testing site in National City. The mayor of National City, Alejandra, So tell us a lease. Has volunteered for the vaccine trial. We're very happy to share about the banking partnership between UC San Diego help the city of National City and anything that will help to having a covert 19 trialled vaccine locations in national city for not only the residents of the 995 field code, but for all residents of Then you county and in particular the South Bay. We know that our teeth three effort, testing, tracing and treatments have been at the forefront not only of our efforts but of the county as well. And so today we announce the strengthening of these partnerships have this trial right here, as well as encouraging folks to find out. What vaccines are the 101 but also to learning about the eligibility and a requirement to become part of that loose and become part of The potential trial
"south bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Here's Mike. Terrible delays today. Nicole. Yeah, the weather certainly not helping things along on the mass. Pike Eastbound, which is champ up well over a mile through Alston with a rolled over a box truck right at the ramp that comes on from soldiers Feel road in Cambridge Street. Right before the BU bridge. Anyways, you need to stay in the far right lane to squeeze by and give yourself plenty of extra time. Westbound DeLay is coming out of the city out towards that scene as well. Now the expressway South bound is not good. It's crawling out of the O'Neill tunnel down towards South Bay. Your back in it by granite have the north on expressway inching along Furnace Brook Parkway, a passing upon zits circle, but not terrible. After that, three south, you've got stop and go down past Union Street. Lots more brake lights down after route 18. We've got 1 28 south delays from the mass pike pretty much all the way down onto 93 north to route 20 for that's pretty awful 93 South. Just a grind from the expressway to 24 95 south Pounds Chan from Mechanic Street and Sharon all the way down past for 95 from an earlier crash, which was coincidentally on the north bound side. Does it matter now? Downtown, the lower decks back to assembly square, the Tobin outbound backed onto the loop ramp. Storrow drives almost back to mass have and then north of town, 93 is inching along from the second bridge up through Medford. More delays up after 4 95 on 1 28 North bound, hung up propeller rode up in the Lexington route 38 a past 93 to my king, double BBC's traffic on the three's Alright, very busy day out there will get back to traffic in about 10 minutes, but now let's check in for the four day W B Z ack you weather forecast bringing back in now meteorologist Bob Larson. So Bob some good news and that we really don't have any severe storms out there right now, but obviously some big activity.
"south bay" Discussed on KGO 810
"That might help discover if your little you know. Altered. It might be a But thanks for all the input. There's tons of stuff to get to. I mean, we could just go round and round about various messaging and what's true and what's not. But let's see if we can just leave it aside for a second. I thought it was interesting. The Koven News. Continues to be filled with all sorts of details, and I'll get to the jury follow junior story because there's something about that. That's great, too. So that's to come here. So if you were Really counting on, you know, hating on Democrats or Republicans more? We'll say that maybe one pack gets in there. We can read a couple of texts. But in the South Bay yeah, check out the church in the South Bay. A church in Santa Clara has been fined $10,000 for violating health restrictions and holding indoor services during the pandemic. County find North Valley Baptist Church $5000 for holding indoor services on Sunday morning and another 5000 for holding services again Sunday evening. Wow. They really when they wantto flout the law, they dio. Uh, she's Pastor says he's being called to take a stand and will not let the county keep his church from holding in person services. Yeah, That example has been unfolding around parts of California and here in San Francisco, the Catholic Church has been called out for having wedding ceremony back in early July, in which Cove in 19 was given to some of the guests and even the bride and groom. Yeah. I mean, there you go. Here's the church here is the steeple here Is Cove it And now it's come to all the people or something like that. I don't know. We have a first Amendment right? You can't make laws against the church. I wish I could get piano music playing behind me. I think I'd make much more effective arguments. If I could get some kind.
"We have a podcast on past life regression shared dreams also is mutual dreams are when two or more people share a dream experience at the same time. The degree to which the dream is, share can vary from having common elements or events of tap an each person streaming to the entire dream being identical imagine a shared dream where the dreamers don't know each other both go to the same counselor the dream environment for each is the same solely populated with the other dreamer. The counselor, The Observer never reveals that the person occupying that dream is not a figment of the imagination but another client. One male one female in the man's dream he is pursuing female in the woman's Dream Xi is being pursued by him. This was a strange case an Oregon College counselor was confronted with in one thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, seven during each visit by the man it was confessed that with each dream he was more bold in his pursuit of the woman the woman confessed during her sessions that she feared the outcome if the man in her dream. Should catch up to her after questioning each dreamer about the environment it was determined that either knew the location of their dreams. But from the description provided by each counselor was able to pinpoint London at from the description of the streets buildings pollution and the dress she estimated about the eighteen eighty somewhere the counselor was concerned that the activity in the to dreams was becoming more interwoven yet the paths of the dreamers and they're waking lives never crossed. When the activities in the dreams became so intense that it was affecting daily activities of both dreamers, the counselor believed it was time for an intervention. Still she couldn't figure out why London why the eighteen eighties she requested detail family histories. The man's family ancestry ended abruptly with the adoption of his great great grandfather whose occupation was a physician in London in the eighteen eighty s the woman's family line ended equally abruptly when her great great grandmother was murdered in the White Chapel region of London's decide the counselor was shocked at the seemingly coincidental location and year of the family tree of each dreamer and how they were intertwined crossing campus one day she picked up a newspaper and was saddened to see that a series of brutal murders of women in the nearby town of Medford had gone unsolved. Approve the woman's occupations they were prostitutes, but no one deserved to be murdered in such a horrible manner. This rating gutted she read the article as she walked toward the trash camp but stopped short of dropping it into the garbage when she got to the part, the compared the murders in Medford to those committed by Jack The ripper in the White Chapel district of London in eighteen eighty eight she decided after reading about the local murders and based on how disturbed her clients were by their dreams. That the intervention would be past life regression. She was convinced that by understanding the rationale for the dreams, she would be able to resolve the stress associated by them. The man was scheduled to see her two days before the woman she placed him in a hypnotic transit allowed her to regress him. When she questioned him about his environment is verbal response was rude and his accent difficult to understand at first. When she questioned him about the young woman, he was pursuing he became so agitated with descriptions of the acts of violence he would dispatch her with the counselor immediately brought him out of the Trans she made no mention of what he had revealed to her for fear of upsetting him over the next two days she read several counts of the ripper murders. There were so close to the description of what the man describe while experiencing past life regression. The she decided that no matter what was revealed when she hypnotized woman, she would hold back nothing and maybe even warn her the young woman was easily hypnotized and under pointed questioning revealed her name is Catherine. eddoes. The counselor noted this on a pad during the session she was surprise when the young woman rolled bucked on the couch thinking this was some kind of seizure she sat down or. Notebook with the intention of bringing the woman out of the hypnotic state. But stopped when it became apparent that the young woman as Catherine eddoes was having sex when the gyration stopped, she quickly brought her out of the trance before leaving the office and after considerable questioning the counselor learned that her client was the great great granddaughter of the Fourth Victim of Jack The ripper and yes her great great grandmother that a prostitute. So shocked was a counselor. She let the woman leave her office. Without a warning, the school year came to an end clients graduated and left the area. She had no idea where the young woman was headed. But new, the man was going to Cupertino California a small town in San Francisco South Bay to teach. She took the summer often
San Jose Unified School District Students to Start School Year at Home
"School District plans to start the new school year with Onley distance learning as the number of Corona virus cases increases in the South Bay. The district announced the decision last night from the first day of school on August 12th and for the next six weeks, students will be taught online from their homes. A San Jose Unified survey found. The majority of parents and teachers supported home instruction. Several other large Bay area school districts, including Oakland and San Francisco Unified have announced recently. They'll also start the school year with students learning at home.
"south bay" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You the South Bay is is loud proud man the Danny Gladden a modest I wasn't your rival yeah money this is one of our rivals but I mean there's no rivalries between the glad in the Boucher family my but my dad actually played with Jeff and Brad and then coach with brake lining down at Wilson high school down in the South Bay do you know if I have you been in fund that is like you talked about yeah fun eighties is one of the biggest baseball manufactures down in the South Bay so yeah definitely been there three times I'm not sure if it's open anymore with them just cruise around looking for a straight ball games yeah yeah that is pretty cool six guys in a car just driving around looking for games yet not not looking for a rumble looking for just a pick up game of baseball you know we have we had it we were kids we wanted a famous celebrated tackle football game against another neighborhood it was a big deal they came over we came over was a huge deal neighborhood which should we don't you know played on the opposing neighborhood team due to your friend a son of one of the great mandolin players of all time and petty theft guitarist extraordinaire Monroe Grisman shout out tomorrow Grisman where see his sycamore park neighborhood came over to play our enchanted knolls neighborhood and we put a weapon on a duty weapon all yeah genitals buddy what sounds like a good place to grow up where you from from and chanted mole it sounds like we're rapping hood is from our side all of those places where the name is way more high full shot of the actual centers you know what I'm talking about I'll believe me at a one percent my friend it ain't it was one of those places where they said Hey if we throw it if we throw any chanted dolls name on this this this you know sixteen hundred square foot two bedroom house will go for an extra five hundred thousand or so when me you're telling me dude if if we rolled in the tenderloin today and bought the rights and renamed it enchanted Knowles yes because I don't matter to rename the law and then do it as a layer is where you guys are right where do you live I live on Turkey navy it's over and chanted Knowles area yeah tell you what though I just read a story in the chronicle today mandated channels right now who what in the line yeah he's getting well I know man it's bad I know getting worse out there man Hey at everyone to Klay Thompson quote unquote documentary you know what dude I didn't I don't R. for summer that didn't know I think I didn't realize it was well same here and I each watched it okay great how did you talk to begin with guess what guess what it's going to take six minutes of your life all your six minutes I like to be brief I get in I get out I don't want this to drag hopeful we're we bamboozled copes yells excellent gas our breaking the sing tao like when I found out I thought it was the wrong thing like a touch of marvelous I does all maybe I was looking all of this is all there is the second there's nothing to see here move in we have been you're on it's all even on it that is it well I mean how how good can a six minute documentary by the minute for I thought he already started to get bored wrap this up I mean in a personal note I don't even think we saw Rocco in it did see that's a huge disappointment you know his own series as far as times are getting covers their brief clips a rocker I don't remember that I mean I was just I was still kind of bamboozled by the fact that it was only it was basically a sixty second Kaiser Permanente is just wrong six time Rocco refused to Rocco refused to sign his release form she wouldn't Rockefeller has artistic integrity all the way to attend related differences with the rector he's going in another direction as funny as they actually got our gas they actually got Michael Thompson on it in night he's on he's on the phone line well what does it do yeah you see him peanuts and champagne slushy sample Hey by the way mark so speaking of all this like watching you guys watch the six minute Klay Thompson's I call this number I'll tell you when I came across last night and I actually did issue like kind of a public it's not a ology necessarily but kind of a reshaping of a very harsh view of a of a particular actor that we've had at least I. pad and we were talking about a lot lately why are we talking the other day and I'll tell you why I'm get to this why are we talking about John Q. sack the other day well we have a we had interviews that interviews at all it started that just about yeah yeah okay as that is yeah so and then I said you know ever since that he did the big crappie hit on our show like I've never looked at on the same into last night there are was Colson's flipping around and do you guys all get the epix channel epics BPI X. because I am familiar with shrinks yes Sir yes Sir yes Sir there I am I stumble on ethics and I landed on this really good movie dude about Brian Wilson it's called love and mercy do you guys remember that one I remember coming up and I get to see it yeah it's real and pig vomit what's his name tell me what do you mean Brian was in the peach bowl right now Brian Wilson the clothes not at all yes no I mean right yeah he's got a real good vibrations and all the beach boys guys probably genius he is a genius but he's also kept a catatonic in schizophrenic in which accuse like plays in the movie and he's really good I was gonna throw it out there I gotta keep it real like I watch and I'm like damn all right Q. sack you you're you're you're a lousy interview but you can play Brian Wilson pretty well so anyway that's what I did last night into clay but I watch queue second was good enough work that I thought I had to come on and ready to meet the body work is fairly strong yeah whether you want to go back to a better off dead or what do you want to go back to him as one of the geeks cohorts in sixteen candles no question after being removed from the trunk by the guy in the it's a big moment so he's done a lot and and as you know I told you I'm high fidelity sure thing guy that doesn't get you anywhere this one is good though I recommended in the guide merfolk who is the actor the V. the highly decorated he won the academy award for that role inside ways kind of a fellow yeah yeah Paul Giamatti thank you thank you Paul G. Ahmadi plays his therapist in the movies are real life to it and the guy like totally controlled and manipulated apology Ahmadi might be the most bulletproof actor going the people using credit he's not executable now his roster is unbelief fantastic everything he does he really is two years college classmate campuses same same here same school Ahmadi yes you know because his old man bart was the was the president of Yale University then he became commissioner Major League Baseball one one of the leading to the great Marv Albert white here's Aug incident team member that eighty due back on back on Saturday morning baseball Polly was everything yeah Saturday game of the week Marv Albert interviewing Whitey Herzog before game they just named G. Ahmadi commissioner of Major League Baseball from Yale and he says Whitey Herzog says thank you for your time before we let you go the news that the president of Yale University budget money has become commissioner of Major League Baseball opens up a position to run Yale University as president the job is open why he might you consider wrote an application and and made a run at it yeah dude hers are not used I think that's putting it all Marc rich the ear piece out and throws the Mike down walks off the lawn care Whitey Herzog with a live walk off why is he still says well well let's see what's there what's he was mocking his own lack of that's the point he was saying what he might to make an a plus application to run Yale University Hey mark what mark was riffing on the fact that what he's a total redneck yeah but more probably had a very late night is judgment might not have been greatly probably at a very late night of negligee wearing implying hopes office decoration of the day when Andy that when anti does come in the Samper Sanford the Sam Sam what's the name of the same standard yeah and he's very very very odd and he's climbing on to to Michael Michael Scott makes the car because he was that sports caster with the week that made the biting thing Marv something because anti reminds me of him what is so little Marv Albert shout in the office anyway I had to get on the Cusack body cues like yeah yeah gross Pointe blank for might take you know I know you were stones the who the whole deal yeah that I was doing that whole sky punk thing this cop pop punk of the early eighties yeah each your special your madness is Grosse point blank that movie features a soundcheck right up my alley buddy is that they were using it man yes yeah high school reunion yeah Michigan yeah and you get to to the Maytals pressure drop legendary tuned and you'll hear at Stinson beach Bali in the early eighties so there's no yeah many barrels next talking point in football in Canberra one of four five and six eighty sports Murfin back on KNBR one oh four five eight six sports leader Hey want to know what it's like to get punched in the face by Michael Jordan so do we that's why today we're bringing on the man who can give us a first hand account Jordan's former teammate the head coach of the three time champion jobs one of our all time favorites and times Steve Kerr at five thirty there was intense competition in practices we scrimmage we competed but it has and on every team that I was ever on there were three or four practice fights here it was not uncommon stuff like that happens it's just intense competition one B. for all of that and possibly in London welcomed the new forty Niners offensive tackle who filled a big hole left by Joe Staley seven time pro bowler Trent Williams at eleven fifteen AM today at five fifteen KBS giants you know Larry Baer if MLB is taking notes on the KBL and if there's any season inside all of this and much more today on the sports leader in FAM on one for five on your Amazon Google and apple smart speakers.
Stress Addiction and Hustle Culture
"You said Hustle Culture and I know that's that's like a trigger word I think for for a Lotta people What what is your take on that like I mean. Do you subscribe to that or are you a hustler. What do you think all right? This is Uh getting into words and cutting things apart for me. I think there's a couple of ways to interpret hustle and in the way that I've always looked at it means to be busy to do work and to work hard. Put your nose down and just do the frigging work right and to some other people. I think there's a hustle and Hustler and then that has a different connotation altogether like hustler or somebody who who who works but is working the scene. He's trying to take a shortcut and take advantage of people like Hustler. Is that the other connotation. Yeah I think I probably used the wrong term but like I what I what I meant to ask was when when I think of like hustle culture I think of like you know Gary v and those people were like yeah. Let's work eighteen hours a day. No Life And you know because that's what it takes. Yeah and I. I guess what I'm asking you is. Is that what it tastes? Do you think that's like a rule you have to do that? Like what does it take? Maybe that's the quest Abazam so I I think I'm an old school guy. I came up in a time in which we were working in school and then shortly thereafter. That culture was fostered in school. Where you're up literally all night and I've had probably a couple of back to back all nighters. Maybe I slept one or two hours. In a period of forty eight. Seventy two hours went delirious because I remember driving down the road in Glendale and waking up while driving on the opposite side of the road and freaked out. Oh my God. These things happened to me all the time I would start to hallucinate. I remember this very vividly. Because when you don't have enough sleep you enter into the dream state while still awake right right. So you're having a waking dream and it can be very scary. I'm driving down Holly Street towards Art Center and it's late at night. I think I went to get dinner or something. And then I'm driving up back to the campus late at night and remember the canopy of trees that line the street reaching down to my car and I was like freaking out and the distance in which I was driving from that point to the point in which I turned to go up. The hillside wasn't very far but felt like it was forever. But there's nothing I can do because what do I do? Do I pull over and take a nap and done that? Mind you while at art center I would pull over at a gas station and just go to sleep for a little while right. Yeah did you do that? I remember a time where I I think. I think those off while while driving home is during during school during during college notice right. Yeah because I'd stayed up. You know I usually sleep in my car and just work. You know at school overnight through the weekend and stuff and one time I was like I gotta go home at shower man and did and it was a mistake because I I woke up. I think because my tire like hit the curb and I was like. Oh this is where the neighborhood No I was driving along. I think it was Lincoln Boulevard because I lived in the South Bay at the time. Yeah it was scary. It was really really scary. And was that a wakeup call for you or you. Just pass it off like okay manager. Time better we'll also get through this. Oh no major major. Wake up call. Okay Yeah Yeah I mean I still like did the all nighters and stuff but I'm like not driving from that tired I. I'm just going to sleep at a friend's house sleepy my car. Whatever I'm not going to risk getting on the road. No I want to tell you one thing that most people don't know about me everybody's enjoying their like hand ground freshly made coffee here. I don't like to drink coffee because I have a very strong negative emotion around coffey. I'm not a coffee drinker. Okay you said emotion. I thought you were gonNA say reaction but only been interesting so I don't drink coffee but I know coffee has caffeine and when you're up on these kind of long marathon runs when you don't go when you go a long distance without sleep. I remember pulling over to seven eleven and I got myself a giant thing of coffee in. It's probably five six in the morning and I'm really tired already. I'm slamming this thing down and I'm trying to drive to art center and my heart. My head's wants to explode. I wanted to vomit. But it couldn't vomit. There was just crazy amounts of caffeine in my body and I can still remember that drive and it was just horrific wanting to vomit my heart racing. Every just head throbbing. Still I still have to get the mission done. I still have to get to school and deliver my project or whatever it was I was doing but that day for and I was like coffee in me. I think we're done. It was a short lived romance. And so that's why I don't drink coffee. I probably wouldn't either after that. Yeah so hustle. Yes a culture right and I think for a lot of people maybe more so men than women but it's like we would look at each other. Yeah see each other down the hallway and say You up all night. Yeah me too. How long how long have you been going without sleep? And it would be a badge of honor and so yeah. That was kinda fostered in art school. So when you get Outta school you continue down that same path. Like why would that change? It's now work. Now you're getting paid in. The stakes are higher and get caught up in that. I do remember many nights where I would fall asleep at my desktop. We're talking about four in the morning and just sitting there like. Oh my gosh waiting for something to refresh or something to render something and then be being jolted back awake because it made a sound the computer right analyst right you know and I've had for some time Pulling all nighters with my insurance and we used to say this at the office the until you and I have seen the sunrise together and that's not a good way to work. Yeah and it took a while and I think there's going to be a bunch of people are going to listen to this and say to themselves who I remember those days. I'm still in those days. That's what it takes this old guard. That thinks that that's the way you have to work in anybody else's work that hard is trying to shortcut is some kind of charlatan. Doesn't want to pay their dues. But I started to examine our work cultural work life. We held the client's needs their projects. Their deadlines their lack of planning above our own safety in our health And I worried about the people who worked at our office. I worried about the long term health benefits and we started to change our culture here. We started to institute policies where we're not going to take on projects on Friday night. That's due on Monday. Because we basically just killed everybody's recharge time we killed everybody's personal time. We're going to create distance intention in relationships that go outside of this office so we changed that and and that came at some friction to our sales people because they wanted us to go after every single job no matter what right so there was a financial consequence to making these kind of decisions. We would also institute you know what we got to just end work around seven o'clock give me a good honest eight hours of your work your bass and we'll have to save the rest for the next day that meant that we couldn't take on. Projects had crazy deadlines with unrealistic goals or to be understaffed. Weren't perfect but for many years. We did this without having to work a single day on the weekend or long hours at night and if it was working long hours at night. It was almost always self-imposed not because of management because of artistic desire it was the call of the person. Who's working on it that they wanted to put on put in a little bit extra work.
"south bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The tunnel down to South Bay you're backing up by granted have that's pretty typical nor found seems to be fine all the way in my king with WBZ's traffic on the threes that we get a check on the four day accu weather forecast advice was by the Massachusetts state lottery Brian Thompson joins us some rain in the forecast but it looks like voters tomorrow made Dodge a bullet gets pretty good weather yeah I think during the day but in order to be looking at mainly dry weather there will be some maybe a shower or two tonight but we get a break tomorrow and then it looks like some more showers come in tomorrow evening but so we had a pretty nice afternoon a lot of sunshine temperatures Attar above fifty in many spots up there are some clouds not too far off shore west those willing creatures have to tonight and again there will be a shower through around the low down to forty six a mild early March night and even milder tomorrow up to sixty with clouds and some sunshine again it looks dry tomorrow but tomorrow evening even early tomorrow and will likely start to see some rain move back into the clouds back up low forty five or back to some sunshine Wednesday with the gusty breeze high fifty four and a mostly sunny sky Thursday with the gusty breeze and high fifty two AM accu weather meteorologist Brian Thompson WBZ Boston news radio fifty five degrees right our Natick fifty degrees and hang on fifty four and Lauren said fifty in Boston turn up the heat this winter with new instant tickets from the mass lottery play black diamonds for a chance to win four million dollars and try million dollar bonus play for chances to win on both sides of the ticket new one dollar and two dollars tickets also on sale now must be eighteen or older to play five twenty five try to get a check on New England business Chelmsford based Fleer systems has picked up a twenty three million dollar order from the U. S. Air Force deliver another batch of centaur on manned ground vehicles that help to deal with hazardous products on the battlefield this follows a similar move by the U. S. army back in twenty seventeen with the company's division known as endeavor robotics on nearly a hundred and sixty billion dollar order center for robot operates by remote control and can detect identify and destroy threats.
Coronavirus fears prompt shoppers to stock up on essential items
"U. S. imposing travel restrictions on flights from South Korea Italy and Iran in California South Bay residents inform Saturday of a fourth confirmed case of coronavirus outside of San Jose prompting some to stock up on water and other vital supplies rand Garm C. works at a Mountain View cosco everyone is stocking up on like toilet paper paper towels water yeah we ran out of water it says more than eight hundred people showed up Saturday morning that's double the usual Christmas crowd
Google Eyes San Jose For a New Campus
"Valley is home to countless companies and their employees but as those companies have grown. They've caused the cost of living in the area to skyrocket and created a housing was in crisis. But it's getting crowded. Another star companies are expanding to other cities cities that are learning to be cautious about the potential harm. That could come with. These is new businesses that brings us to Google. They're looking to build a new campus. In San Jose and Tech reporter Rob Copeland has been checking it out. Rob Thanks for joining joining us. Thank you for having me so tell us about what this New Campus in San. Jose is supposed to look like so to understand Dan. This you have to take a step back and realize that Silicon Valley is sort of a hot word but SAN JOSE is right on the edge of it. It's in the South Bay it's about about depending on the traffic could be two two and a half hours south of San Francisco so this is sort of the hinterlands of Silicon Valley. It's it's barely there and what Google has said is we need a ton of new space for twenty five thousand additional employees so we have to start looking at these places that we weren't willing to go to before four so they're looking to build a giant campus twice as much office space as the Empire State building around what is not a particularly attractive neighborhood in in San Jose. Now you mentioned the Empire State Building that is a very tall building with many many floors as is very typical for New York City. I'm guessing they're not going to take up a very small space and Make a skyscraper in the middle of San Jose Correct San Jose like most of the bay area and in fact like almost everywhere we were in California outside of La in a few blocks in San Francisco is extremely SM- sprawling. It's not a skyscraper place. So here we're talking about about an extended campus along a river. Google hasn't said exactly how tall the buildings will be. But we're looking at ten twenty maybe one building of twenty five stories and it's really going to transform what is a bunch of parking lots Into perhaps a new city so one would assume that a place that just has a bunch of parking lots and is on the very edge of Silicon Valley would be thrilled to have google come in and set up a headquarters there. How is San Jose reacting will well? That's the really interesting thing. The traditional theory here is you know everyone wants to be Rochester with Kodak or they WanNa be Hershey with Hershey. But there's a big difference between between how the San Jose city leadership feels about Google. And how a lot of residents to the city leadership says hey a huge employer our residents need jobs and and frankly they pay taxes that we can fund schools and all sorts of other obviously city services but at public hearings. And when I've spent a lot of time in San Jose as talking to residents they feared the other end of this the gentrification and the getting pushed out of their homes than the feeling frankly that San Dan Jose will change culturally. It will just be another place full of tech frozen Patagonia fleeces and not just a cultural aspect right. I mean there's an affordability ludi questioned. That happens when people with a lot of money come into a town. That isn't used to those kinds of incomes right exactly. This is a problem acute problem in the bay area. And it's a problem in California at large California's incredibly popular place to set up a business particularly in tech or entertainment but local regulations. Make it close to impossible to build new housing. So this isn't exactly rocket science here if you've taken one economics class or if you've wikipedia supply and demand if you've got a whole bunch of new rich employees coming in and you're not building new homes. They'RE GONNA bid up the price of existing homes and that's GonNa make it too expensive for the people who live in those homes now. I'm thinking this reminds me a lot of when Amazon announced plans to build a second heart headquarters One in Virginia and then one here in New New York that didn't go over so well. With residents in New York and in fact those plans were and ended up being Scrapped completely Amazon. Pulled out of New York. How outed Google go about trying to win over San Jose right so there are some important differences but also some similarities? The big differences Amazon ran what was essentially a beauty contest. They went to a bunch of cities including frankly a lot of them they were never going to move to and they said make us. Your best offer gives us tax credits convince us why we should come to you. And at the end of the day that led to the axing of you know H Q two in New York. Google has said few really important things here one no tax credits. They say we're going to actually pay San Jose above and beyond what the law says. We don't want money from them. We're GONNA give that money. They have also said. We're not running a competitive process. You know we're not going to go to the next city over. If this doesn't work for San Jose were just in it for San Jose. We want this to work in San Jose and and the The other bit is that Google is not just talking to the city about housing. You know they're lobbying the state they're making contributions to community groups. You can be cynical or you can not but they do appear to be trying to be a bit more of a corporate citizen here. Why do they want to go to San Jose? What is San Jose have to offer that? They're so excited about so. San Jose is is at the very bottom of Silicon Valley. But it's right around a train station and this isn't that sexy but it's true if you could get workers to take the train from San Francisco South to San Jose you can have a faster way for them to get to work and you could potentially attract better talent and San. Jose is a big city right. You know I was actually surprised when I started this project few months ago. San Jose is the tenth biggest city in the country. This is a huge city on its own right and it already has big problems. You Walk through downtown. There's punishing homelessness and there aren't any easy solutions there. So the idea that you would take all this open space and you build offices for tech workers is. It's a difficult pitch for some people. Is this a tide shift. I mean is it just Google being a corporate citizen or tech companies realizing that not just winning over a local officials is not going to get them the headquarters that they want your exactly right. The problem is these tech giants are sort of the big bad wolf wolf right now. And it's not just in housing and it's not just in San Jose and when you talk to executives out here which is you know we have a whole office of people and that's what we do all day. They're sort of shocked that the our companies are considered. You know the enemy so this is an effort at a very important juncture for Google which is under investigation nation by the government to sort of put. Its most friendly foot forward and to try to make this work. We've also seen tech companies responding to their airport in the housing crisis in California. Just for people who aren't there. Can you just give us some perspective and some scope on how big of an issue the housing crisis is in the the bay area and why people in San Jose could be really concerned. Seen somebody like Google come in a company like go come in. So here's a really telling stat. FACEBOOK FACEBOOK has a program in which they will pay the difference in rent for a handful of teachers in Palo Alto which is very rich town right by facebook headquarters so facebook has said. If you're a teacher and you can't afford to live in Palo Alto. We will pay the difference between your rent and thirty percent of income so a unreasonable rent and facebook is paying more than thirty thousand dollars a year in rent subsidies for these teachers as thirty thousand dollars ahead there. So there's a huge gap between what quote regular people make and how much you'd have to make to just live so this is a crisis. That's getting worse. Frankly not better. And it's something that affects. Frankly everyone in the bay area you know from facebook isn't the only big company that's done stuff like this right. I mean apple has committed. Did two point. Five billion dollars for affordable housing in California. Google has already done and meet some land donations in San Francisco so we are seeing them. Address is this issue but obviously that's just kind of the tip of the iceberg to direct via situation that they were largely part of creating. What's next for Google and San Jose? How close are we to seeing this deal actually announced? This is a very important year for Google and San Jose before the end of the year. We're going to see the San Jose City Council. Vote on this over the next few months. Google is going to come out with its quote community packages basically the money. It's willing to pay a to various groups in San Jose to build affordable housing to build homeless shelters to set aside areas for park land. So this is going to be a big negotiation in a big back and forth. And let's not forget Google search engine. It's a big advertising company and it's a public company at the end of the day if it doesn't make sense for shareholders it's not GonNa do it would rob Copeland reporting from San Francisco. Thanks so much for joining us so much
"Three is Mike would you have for us well the afternoon rush is starting to take shape now Lori up to the north we go for ninety five north is crawling from the double decker bridge in Lawrence up intimate so in a left lane crash by route to thirteen should be clear to but they've got the left lane taken on the southbound side as well watch for that up not far you males were up north I should say the operative one twenty eight gets check now with about free insurance copy at this point in time the wall failed Lexington stretch for one twenty eight north bound now about what you do run into some slowdowns are up around the cinemas up and move around three thirty eight they are all past ninety three Cloverly I'm Kristin Charles copter looks like ninety three northbound is slow going from Sullivan square up to Medford route three is locked up before route sixty two a past Concord road route one is off to a good start the expressway south just changing along from the tunnel down as South Bay now you're back in it yeah by furnace brook parkway could be worse northbound fine all the way in route three south is backed up a little cutting off the expressway delays on one twenty eight south in Dedham route one thirty five down pass for one oh nine ninety three hung up both ways getting to route twenty four Mike king WBZ's traffic
What's the Real History of El Camino Real?
"If you live or work on the San Francisco Peninsula you probably spent a lot of time on El Camino Royale Road that runs from San Francisco to San Jose through the center of many towns. Along the way. It's one of California's best known roads. And if you grew grew up here you probably learned about it in school. The story goes L. Community out is an ancient road built by the Spanish to connect the twenty one missions along on California's coast. But here's the thing that story. It's not exactly true. This big curious. I'm Olivia Allen Price Today. We're bringing you a story that first aired on our show back in twenty seventeen about the real history of El Camino real support for bay. Curious comes from Sierra. Nevada Brewing Company family owned operated and argued over since one thousand nine hundred reminding listeners to think for themselves but drink with others. SIERRA SIERRA NEVADA DOT COM K. Committees Rachel myrow senior editor of the Silicon Valley Newsdesk hit the trail with this week's question. Asker we met at mission in Santa Clara because this story dates all the way back to the Spanish colonial era in California. My name is Debbie Tori. I live in Campbell California Tori aspect curious the question. What can you find out about the El Camino real history? My name is Robert Cinco. wits professor of history at Santa Clara University sank quits is the man who can answer that and then some starting with the perhaps surprising truth that there were many El Camino rails all over the land. Spain used to control in the WHO world from seventeen sixty nine to eighteen twenty one royal roads. That was what you would call the main roads in any particular area because technically all of us belong to the King of Spain but wait. I read on wikipedia that this El Camino real but one in silicon valley is part of the historic mission trail on ancient fro that connects the Spanish missions. Like a string of pearls along the California coast. Also I'm pretty sure I heard somewhere possibly in school that the distance between each mission. It's supposed to be about a day's journey. What happened has to do more with southern California than it does with with Northern California a by about the eighteen seventies? As you get more and more Anglo Americans coming in the southern California and the the angle population really increases With the arrival of the railroads in Los Angeles listen the eighteen eighties now in America. There's a rich tradition of just got here yesterday. People concocting romantic origin myths and a number of influential fluential southern Californians wanted one of their own. They looked around and saw crumbling. Spanish missions twenty one of them stretching from the Mexican border all the way north to Sonoma's. Here's the story is told in Nineteen Fifty one promotional film for Greyhound buses called Freedom Highway Bridge the same road. The Spaniards followed almost two hundred years ago. Only they call it El Camino real kings highway. China imagine how was on horseback. Of course what was really going on here was the enslavement of local tribespeople. who were reeling under? The impact of European diseases forced religious religious conversion and the destruction of their entire way of life. Not that our question Asker Debbie Tori or I learned much of this in the fourth grade which is when a lot of California school. Children studied the subject. You're right they did glamorize it thinking it was a wonderful. The mission passed that they've construct was a fantasy past ROIC missionaries happy contented. Indians Fandango is all over the place. You know the Spanish mich- often enough you read and textbook that they blazed trails but they didn't blaze trails. They follow trails. That had already been developed by the indigenous people up and down the California coast I but at the turn of the twentieth century few people wanted that version of history. They wanted something fun. Happy Exotic groups like the landmarks club and the native daughters of the Golden West pushed to reframe collection of dirt roads into a rediscovered king's highway and the Automobile Appeal Club of southern California kind of sides. This fantasy past is a great way of getting people to buy drive automobiles and so what they do. is they begin. The push the notion that there was one central road which they named the commuter rail that connected the missions they began to push the notion commissions were located A day's journey from each other. You know which kind of when you think about. It makes them motels rather than what they actually were. Agents of simulation immolation of of the native peoples so wind in northern California. Play along with this southern California Fantasy Sanca wits says the concept caught on with wealthy Californians leg Jane Stanford wife of the Real Road Barren Lewin Stanford and wealthy Catholics like San Francisco. Mayor James Phelan Eland. They wanted the Spanish missions restored to something like their former glory. Lot of them were in really sad shape. If you look at pictures from the eighteen sixties exceeds eighteen seventies. The missions are crumbling. Consider this if the Spanish revival movement had not happened we might be looking at a string ruins along the California coast standing inside the sumptuous renovated mission. Santa Clara on the Modern Day campus of Santa Clara University Tori agrees. I'm actually kind of speechless. Listen here it's it's just magnificent. I feel like I'm in Europe. Then we hop in a modern day car and drive a half an hour to mission San Jose which is actually in modern day Fremont think of it as a mini mission road trip focused on the South Bay and here in Fremont we find one of the most historically accurate restorations in the California commission system and the on site museum is not to miss. debby Tori grabs a fact based map of the missions from the gift shop. So so debbie do you see yourself going on a mission tour. After this as a matter of fact yes. Tory took her kids on a mission tour like this years ago but told them a lot of Steph. She genuinely believed the turns out to be bunk. Her grandkids will get the truth. But Rachel I still have a question so every now. And then. When I'm driving along El Camino scenerio I will see a shepherd's crook on the side of the road and from the Crook hangs a bell that I have been told Marks this historic historic trail. Are those what's deal with spells. I guess those also stem back to the same period of time when people I came up with El Camino Rail There was a wife of a foundry owner in Los Angeles who conveniently suggested that she could manufacture these handy bells that were sort of reminiscent. I'm a nuisance of the Spanish era. Up and down the new route that they had just created Mrs Arbitrage C. E. Forbes and and in one thousand nine hundred ninety six cal trans decided to resurrect the bells So you'll spot him one or two miles apart on a variety of state routes because of course there isn't one route reality fantasy. Don't quite match up REX payer dollar's have helped to feed this fantasy fans. Yes well the taxpayer dollars to feed it the first time too so people are making money off of this. Yes this is a a two million dollar testament to the enduring appeal wheel of a made up version of history.
Iran vows revenge for US attack that killed powerful general
"Egan the main news this out the funeral for the Iranian minute tree come on the customs of the money will take place shortly in the Iraqi capital Baghdad it's coming up to five twenty GMT and there's been a strong reaction in Iran to the killing of the Iranian general Iran's ambassador to the United Nations Majeed attacked Reverend she strongly condemned the action in a letter to the U. N. security council saying the attack was an obvious example of state terrorism and the criminal act adding this Iran would enact a harsh revenge Iranian state TV has shown large crowds morning general so the money but does this translate into support for military conflict against the US our correspondent Mike Thompson because of you of one Iranian citizen he's been speaking to Ali a resident in Tehran who didn't want his full name revealed under straight into taxis are in South Bay or on the body work shops people all talking about it and they're all asking the same question what he's going to be the response of Iraq from what I have well most of them are waiting to see a harsh in the heart response from the wrong but at the same time they are worried that what that is going to do economy but many people that don't a long flight of the Islamic Republic and the spread of the Lucien on working on all it takes many of them are common in the grief and anger because white era so you're saying then that even people who've been opposed to the government perhaps being part of a protest they need to you're saying to pull what's happened to Mr Saudi money and and maybe support some sort of military action is that what you say yeah yeah that's exactly what I'm saying and let me rephrase that what Donald Trump your non every hearing in again every hearing in little maybe ten last night holding the ring government looking for somebody to do something about it right now is opposing Donald J. trump on whatever he's doing many people are very very high read and they want something to be done bill off that kind of makes situation you can do something about the whole on but yes one is about the you want something done you said earlier that you're worried about the possibility of war do you think it might come to that is that what people are faring surely yeah I believe no such thing is on the house I believe that on both sides our wide search you pull all their harsh I'm worried because there are on life people as he saw this warning that might take action that I we don't know what's gonna happen next I don't know how early a resident in Tehran speaking to our correspondent Mike
Sharks seek new voice after firing coach Peter DeBoer
"The sharks fired their head coach Peter DeBoer born there in action tonight will behind their new coach Bob Wagner he's the interim head coach San Jose also fired three of their assistant coaches Doug Wilson said a new voice is needed more find out of what the impact of that is a tonight where the sharks down the South Bay take on the New York
"south bay" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The South Bay to make the transition from science to business I you describe it like hotel I lab CEO Johannes free Hoff likens the economics of companies signing on to share his lab space to a trip to New York you wouldn't buy an apartment by furniture or just to be there for a week or two he says it lowers the cost of starting up a biotech for by a factor of ten giving scientists the chance to get their own company off the ground if you will find pretty much anything you need centrifuges incubators P. C. R. Maji cleansing equipment for cheaper giving the fourteen companies already signed on to use this space more time and money to focus on innovation in towards Chris and Carla okay fine you and governor Newsome assigned to build to build orange county's first veterans cemetery as soon as the decision can be made and where to put it assemblywoman share and work still that says veterans have been waiting for this to happen for a long time many many veterans throughout Orange County who have really many times come up to me and they don't know me well but they say Hey get that cemetery bill I don't have much more time to say we'll take one of the two cities in Irvine that have been submitted both sides are part of the old El Toro marine base. let's take a look at your commute on the six so five I think Robbins got some better news for you yeah the one in seal beach anyway on the six oh five south at the Foro five week clear to crash from the right lane no they actually does this really quickly if you're driving is still loaded up right it could tell us sort of break up just a little bit no Tustin on their yourself on five a jamboree at several crashed with the bus say a commuter bus and in the carpool and the two left lanes so that is a struggle on the southbound five from the twenty two and sell fifty five affected from Chapman KFI in this guy's sponsored by injury attorney superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff update and to read so yeah so five did date sorry robin yeah we're going to prevent you from getting into a stroke a year Alice not this is the southbound six oh five transition to the west ninety one extremely popular transition I must say it's set down to the earlier incident whatever happened here but they're doing an awful lot of repair work a lot of equipment down there now most people are going through this and going to the east ninety one they can you turn the pioneer all of stuff it's quite easy to get off this six oh five southbound before you get here at a larger go west on Alondra over to like what bellflower any of those down to get you over to the west ninety one and away you go the west ninety one itself it's kinda slow everybody's looking at the work as they come across there but all H. wrote the court found that's a pretty good che injured in an accident this is super woman super lawyer dot com Jeff Bock KFI is this guy find this guy help get you there faster I'm robbing banks. the Dodgers rich hill his body really doesn't like him he had to leave his start against the Orioles in the first inning.
"south bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Turn off the gas main itself so that more repairs can be done or the house can be taken care of whatever needs to be done here in Lawrence expect this stretch of road be close for for a while in Lawrence Karen regal WBZ Boston news right three thirty three traffic and weather together the several retailers of doing an all wheel drive traffic on the three is the Wednesday afternoon community is well under way it certainly is Danielle we're looking at big delays of the mass turnpike here west bounds all brake lights from the Allston Brighton stretch most of the way out to route thirty in Framingham that's a little worse than usual this early in the day but that's the case the southbound on the expressway or just inching along from the tunnel down to South Bay from granted after the split as well northbound locked up before granted have a past upon set that up towards the tunnel three south slowdown has union St no surprise there one twenty eight south stopping highland as most of the way down on to ninety three or twenty four ninety three south bound to grind for the expressway twenty four and twenty four north is backed up in Randolph is an ongoing police activity going on just before ninety three up to the north one twenty eight north slow winter street up to four and two twenty five and it really crawling from route three a up to ninety three and the past ninety five in Peabody ninety three northbound slow going the second bridge up towards one twenty eight route three is in the red from route sixty two up to Concord road and in downtown the lower decks just about back to Sullivan square store drive almost back to mass have my king WBZ's traffic on the three hour checking the forty W. B. C. accu weather forecast for the next twelve hours or so is going to be some serious weather for as some folks a tropical depression Erin well off the shore and well to the south actually spending a spitting up some of that precipitation and it is affecting of places parts of a Connecticut right now over Rhode Island and also now pushing into Massachusetts Brockton Taunton.
"south bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Grab the stroller with the women's one year old child the woman refused medical attention the incident is under investigation it is seven oh three it's time now for traffic and weather together we start with the server retailers are moving and all wheel drive traffic on the trees and we say good evening to my king good evening are ya some of the busy highways are to the south right now we start with the expressway south bound which is backed up outside of the tunnel down to South Bay from Squantum street down of the split northbound side of granite have a past upon that circle but looks good up towards the tunnel three Salvia some stop and go coming off the expressway and it's slow down pass union St but good farther south there's a truck roll over in the in Stoughton on the ramp from route one thirty nine east to twenty four north that ramp is closed will be for a while longer twenty four south is stop and go from ninety three down towards that scene ninety three is tied up both ways getting to route twenty four as for the mass pike westbound well it's slow going from Allston Brighton I'll pass Newton corner and delays from route sixteen out past the state police barracks the outer edge of four ninety fives okay now downtown the lower deck of ninety three is wide open to the left right up ramp is slow up to ninety three Tobin bridge outbound backed up Storrow drive looks good a Kenmore square north of the city one twenty eight north just slow from when street up to ninety three and ninety three north bound stilled slow going from the second bridge up into Medford miking WBZ's traffic on the three is thank you Mike sure warm and pleasant evening ahead tonight mostly clear the low sixty two in some suburbs seventy two here in Boston tomorrow it will remain warm.
Bushwick Bill, Bushwick And Bill discussed on On The Mic
"Today. Some, some sad news for hip hop fans, especially hip hop fans of a certain age, Bushwick Bill when the main members of ghetto boys passed away at the age of fifty two had been suffering from stage, four pancreatic cancer. When the ghetto boys came out, it was it was such a pivotal time in hip hop. History Ryan as music started to evolve and, you know, we have the term in hip hop, gangsta, rap, which I've never been a fan of. But it defines a certain genre of him on and the ghetto boys were definitely from that ilk. But what was different about them is not necessarily things they were rapping about, but were they? Were wrapping from gathering Lewis originated in Los Angeles. In that area, NWEA the Dr dre ice, cube the whole group, but the ghetto boys were from Houston and southern rap and southern gangster rat is different, as you would think, food from the south would be different cars from the south will be different based on where you live and the ghetto boys were the spear of that movement, and southern rat, and for, for the news today that Bushwick Bill died at the age of fifty two, I think, for a lot of hip hop, fans definitely gonna be a sad day. No, it really is. And I think you brought up, what was the very pertinent point to me was that they were from the south, you know, and at the time it was, it was east coast and west coast, east coast was the birthplace of, and then when you got in w became, you know, west coast was a big deal, but for us that was what you listen to, you know, when, when he came on day by day, it's more, you know, those things got you excited in for us. It was. Something that even if you couldn't relate to the life, they were talking about you relate to the things in the places that they were mentioning. And so it's, it's a huge loss, and I think not only people from the south or from h town from wherever you were listening to music from at the time, I think everybody will have some type of feeling about losing someone who is really a legend in creating a space for rappers from the south bay. You know, wasn't necessarily a huge deal before them. The a lot of respect being paid the Bushwick Bill. Some of you may not be very familiar with the group to get a boy's Bushwick, Bill himself. But what made him also unique in the red game is that he was a little person, right? And all about hip hop music at a certain era was about being hard and tough. And whether it's tough MC toughen streets. But you got this little person out there, who was, you know, talking everything you hear about the streets gave a different persona to certain people. And for little people around the country, they were in the hip hop, music. He represented them in a way, they'd never been represented before just way Ryan was talking about how the south was being represented right in music. But a lot of people paying respects to him including ice cube. He put on Twitter, quote, rest in beats to my homeboy Bushwick. Bill from the trigger happy blank, ghetto boys. He never backed down, even though he was low to the ground, a true original, you know, that's what was so. So funny, though, Eve's about his voice was that, that was the last thing you thought about what you thought Bush would Bill. You're right. You know. And I don't mean thing you saw lasting right? Right. I don't mean just as voice in a way it sound saying the voice, he created a rat like that wasn't even how you saw Bushwick, Bill. I remember one of my favorite mart episodes is more and God jumped Morton is I jumped on my little people, and Bushwick. Bill was the leader of that group. And the way he was talking to Martin Carrie. Himself. He was six to in his mind. Right. And that was the way he wrap. That was the way he carried himself. And after a while that was the way you felt about him. And so I think it's I think is really awesome. That, you know, these other great rappers these other legends and rep are kind of giving him his do as to what he meant to hip hop, who else thinks they're six to a closer to five to who's L Dunkin, but see. She got us a real six to kind of personality persona too. So I get it. I don't mess with her. Don't let it have some hills and be stopping into somebody's living room, real quick. To the contrary. I actually think have short man syndrome, which is where most of my attitude comes from, because I'm just all bark and no bite odor. I know a lot about the. Definitely scares you off enough to even try. Crazy. Right. Right. Right. Just don't wanna know because then you gotta make a decision, L, let me because we're talking about Bushwick, Bill passing away the age of fifty two in what the group ghetto boys min at the time, and most things music, always bring stuff to you. And we were talking about being from the south all three of you Ryan and I grew up in the south unit Lanta Atlanta had its own different aspect of southern hip hop music, and that whole thing, but the link of that, and the representation from the south being able to have voices could be heard on both coasts. How do you put those things together in the wake of Bush Bill passing away? Yeah. I mean you know you you've mentioned it. I think that Atlanta, especially old Atlanta hip hop. It's anonymous with fake outcast but even before head, you know, the dungeon family in general, and DJ's that used to come from here, and the sound that we kind of we had to kind of take Miami sound for that because it was the farthest south that really resonated nationally. So I mean it just meant a lot because you felt like it I would go back to the source awards booed off stage, and they just kept saying the same thing, which is has something to say and I just like that feeling so incredibly proud, you know, we didn't really have sports teams to cling onto in Atlanta growing up, so being able to have like Outkast who was hours. She talked like us and talked about things that we understood to happen. And later TI and paving the way for guys like future in to change. Now I mean it's incredible to sink, like how far has come in terms of hip hop, and how they're really powerhouse when it comes to putting