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"south church" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:26 min | 5 d ago

"south church" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Challenging squad this year, she made it out seasons have canceled for coded so It would have been well, probably not a big problem. But with 13. It's a big problem, so it's things like that that that stresses the houses and homes, businesses closing income shifts. And then here's the thing that means anything back. Everybody's mind. I know. Okay, let's just say these vaccines come out next month, and they all work. Fasted. Told that hit our world was gets leaked out through the world's changed in a month. I don't know Another one's not coming into weeks, two years, six months what we're going to win the next one hit all these things in people's mind. And they're turning to different avenues for stress relief. You know, Drinking's up right now. Alcohol sales are up right now. In some parts of the country, like the Deep South Church attendance is soon with that of a surgeon, ER line activities, other parts not as much, So everything's changed right now. Nobody's been through this before, So it's hard for people to predict one last time this happened so we can kind of plan for this. It's really a lot of unknown. Everyone's been navigating the best that they can. But the stress is up to the roof, and so many arenas, hand and businesses have been sent to their to their government. If we ever needed to open our hearts and a horse like that. Now we've got backed over for people to get there emotionally or spiritually spent because many people can't handle it. Don't even watch the online experience and I speak for a living. I travel and speak my mind. Speaking every week on our website on our Facebook live and there's no substitute. Audience. As you know, there's not abdicate for room to room handshake smile. Look, somebody in the face and when people there's a reason why in prison, they have solitary confinement because it's punishment. So these air factors that people leaving with everything you ever seen that never had to do it before. You're right. Distresses to the room for a lot of business went back to No. Feeding on the table at the church is because they're still closed. Doctor, Dr Mike Smaller. You confined him it. Mike Smalley. Just his name. M I k E s m A l l e y dot com Doctor Smalley, Thank you So much for your insight. We appreciate it. Thank you for joining us. Thanks for having me out. I think that's it. You know what you want when you're Rohit's kind of like our own version, although I would never equated to battleground fatigue or battleground, Pete PTSD I please. I'm not drawing that line here. But that's what we're experiencing. Right now. We have covert fatigue. We're going to in the next year experience our own little version of PTSD of what we all went through and my God is, as the doctor just said. Here comes the next scare tactic from China. Here comes Corbett 23. Well. It's great to have vaccines. You gotta have them. It's great to have therapeutic treatments. You've got to have him, but over above that you're gonna take care of your mind and your body. And your spirit as well. I don't know. I really don't know what the answer is. I think the root of it is we never got straight answers from the beginning. We got Mike Pence standing up there saying Give us 15 days. What we gave you 15 days we'll give us 15 more days when we gave you 15 more days and then we went into lockdown. And they could you couldn't go anywhere there. No, there were no places to go to. They were all locked down. Now. In the last couple of weeks, they didn't lock down any businesses here in Ohio. They locked us down. You and me. We can't go outside her home at 10 o'clock at night. So I think a lot of people are at a point right now with this where they simply don't know what to do. And that they've listened to narratives since March, some of which were completely off base, some of which were good and the people giving the narration the narrator's if you will. We're turning them out as well. And it's frightening. Because this is still here, and it's still real, and they're still trying struggling to find the right amount of beds and the right amount of frontline workers to try and get a handle on this, and they're not there yet. We're not there yet. What the stress involved in what it's done to you. And to may I think we're going to be paying for this for a very long time. Oh, and by the way, as resilient as kids are Don't discount that down the road. This is going to be traumatic for them. Maybe maybe more so than what it is right now. Who do you listen to? Who's telling you the truth? I don't know. I really don't. All I know is you and I can't go outside our homes at 10 o'clock at night that solves everything. It's 12 20. Good afternoon lot to get to today in a short time to get there. I want to talk a little bit today. About office parties. I can't imagine any company is going to have an office party, virtual or otherwise. Also today what what do you do if you go into debt? This holiday season and maybe you're not employed. Maybe you're underemployed and what that means for you in January, February and March, it could be even more It will be even more of a problem. What it's been in years past that and a rock and roller Who has come back. From the absolute depths of addiction. And he has made records that you know he has made records. There are the staple of your life. He's going to talk about his pathway back with us later on in this show, it's Saturday afternoon. It's you and me on 700 wlw..

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"south church" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"south church" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Between south Church Street in Eastgate street that's for an accident investigation the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center and Billy Dawson now our check of whether we get the forecast live now from NBC ten first alert meteorologist Steve socks then I imagine weather casters get their share of blame when it's bad weather so take credit for this one I will John yeah that's for sure play with twenty twenty so far we've had some really last weekend so Hey let's just enjoy this weekend that we got and live in the moment because we got some good weather now it's still a smidge humid you're walking outside you say were you talking about lower humidity well it comes later this afternoon that's when you really feel it bottoming out but increasing allowable levels of sunshine today and we go up into the middle eighties and that UV index is a nine so that's some serious sunshine so make sure you put on the sunscreen put on your mask as well but yeah that burns time about fifteen minutes eighty for your top number the date today now tonight we get down to about fifty eight under mostly clear sky great sleeping weather tomorrow refreshingly cool how about that wind gusts up to about twenty miles per hour but blue sky and sunshine and a high temperature in the lower seventies by Monday the coolest today at seventy and then you start to build the clouds back into the forecast by Tuesday in the low seventies in by Wednesday we're back into the eighties by the way next week is June and it will feel very June like by Wednesday and Thursday with a few scattered storms it temperatures in the middle east Java thanks very much Steve Sasana currently here in center city what's called mostly sunny some hazy clouds sixty nine degrees and heading up to eighty four protests over the killing of George Floyd going for a fourth night the officer seemed seen kneeling on Floyd's neck has been charged with murder and manslaughter correspondent Vicki Barker in Phoenix Arizona and many other.

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Massachusetts - Boston pauses to remember the victims, survivors of Marathon bombing

WBZ Afternoon News

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Massachusetts - Boston pauses to remember the victims, survivors of Marathon bombing

"Victims and survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing are remember usually on this anniversary every year since two thousand thirteen three Boylston street in a public display of remember that could be done this year but the bills of the old south church rang for the lost at exactly two forty nine PM Kim this family whose family his family the marathon is postponed but we offer them because this is us sitting WBZ

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"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:58 min | 8 months ago

"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The church bells ringing at the old south church to lift everyone's spirits on Easter Sunday Attorney General Maura Healey says churches throughout the Commonwealth come together to ring their bells the archdiocese and the various diocese throughout the state as well as the council of churches and you know it just sort of caught on as families stay in their homes in quarantine the Attorney General says the church bells symbolize hope hope and love and strength and resilience and I think it's a beautiful way to show that on display here in the Commonwealth of the old south church Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston news radio at five forty nine a Georgia family divided by the pandemic celebrating their Easter is one that we get more from CBS's Chris vancleave Michael and Whitney Savile had their hands full with three young boys but something was missing so two years ago they decided to adopt grace rescuing the toddler from an orphanage in Mumbai India we don't have a whole lot of information over the last year about how she was doing on March fifth they left the Atlanta area to finally bring grace home while navigating the bureaucracy of adoption in a foreign country the corona virus sent India into lockdown samples like tens of thousands of Americans around the world we're stuck a difficult having kids on that two different continents were really excited and relieved that we have her in our caring and our and we're just really anxious to get home and have all of our kids under one roof all you take I think who is that as grace spent time learning her new brothers names her new parents worry but a week in the lockdown a plane chartered by the Mormon church had extra seats the layover brought quite a smile when grace experienced her first happy meal and then this unforgettable moments after a month a family once separated by half the globe was reunited for the first time yes see our boys play with them again having her here is being is being great really sorry I have to dig deep to find these good stories but they're certainly out there and again that was CBS is Kris van cleave in that report it's five fifty thousands take part in a virtual memorial service for two extended members of the Kennedy family authorities recovering the bodies of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKeon and her grandson Gideon last week after their canoe overturned in the Chesapeake Bay the service featured family members reading poems and sharing memories and ended with a performance of spirit in the sky by Melissa Etheridge if Kennedy was the grand niece of former president John F. Kennedy well after a controlled explosion of a smokestack leaving a Chicago neighborhood covered in dust Lori Lightfoot putting a stop to all non emergency demolition in the sit on them and Michael Rodriguez says the dust that swept through little village has a lot of residents worried the fear and anxiety to.

"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of the Tobin inbound jams on to the city square tunnel the Ted Williams is filled both ways in and out of Logan the summer in Callahan as well David Sigourney WBZ's traffic on the three it's now the four day accu weather forecast meteorologist Frank straight wins will lessen this evening mother Weiss tonight will be comfortable variable cloudy just with a little fifty eight tomorrow we'll have some morning clouds then afternoon sunshine it'll be a cool day with high just seventy two mainly clear and comfortable for tomorrow night login will be fifty eight then there Tuesday into Wednesday it's going to stay nice will have partly sunny skies both days hi seventy five on Tuesday that up to seventy eight on Wednesday I'm accu weather meteorologist Frank straight W. B. C. bosses newsradio separate jurors so along the coast of been in the sixties all day long you don't hit the seventies till you get well pretty far inland we do have us some sunshine outside though after a lot of clouds earlier in the day sixty eight degrees in Boston in Boston's Copley square church bells being run around the country today including at the old south church in Boston marking the first time some twenty Africans were taken off a ship in Virginia four hundred years ago and then sold into slavery it's a Taylor is the senior minister at old south church she says today is a day for healing today marks the four hundredth anniversary of the arrival of the first Africans to the shore they did not come willingly they came in slave but what we're celebrating today were remembering that and and morning that but we're also celebrating four hundred years of African American history and culture gifts of African Americans to this nation over four hundred years war on what happened to four centuries ago the roots of wanted Tucker's family are deep within the soil of this ancient cemetery in Hampton Virginia the final resting place of those descended from some of America's first enslaved Africans.

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"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The accu weather forecast calls for the next few days to be on the breezy and cool sorry good afternoon I'm Mike Macklin WBZ news here's what's happening it's been for a hundred years since the first African slaves were brought to this country and sold in Virginia here in Boston faith leaders of the old south church honoring those brought against their will to live in the region there is in Boston are joining others across the country as they remember the first Africans brought in sold in Hampton Virginia for centuries ago old south Church senior minister Nancy Taylor explains why we're taking part we had an sleep people here to this church Alltel church in Boston in the sixteen and seventeen hundreds welcomed into membership more enslaved persons and more persons of African descent than any other Boston church our ancestors are are also counted among these these people that were celebrating today today during worship names of slaves who lived in the Boston area and attended old south church those names were read out loud church bells ringing today to honor the lives that were forever changed because of the slave trade in the back bay James R. O. hasta UBC Boston's newsradio three thirty one on WBZ the plaintiff Iran's foreign minister has left some friends just a few hours after his surprise arrival with the G. seven leaders are gathered the departure coming within a minute of a tweet sent out by Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif confirming that he had met with French president Emmanuel Macomb the French president's office said the Iranian envoy was on board the senior French official saying there would be several meetings regarding Iran's disputed nuclear program before the summit ends on Monday the reefs arrival shaking up the group of seven summit with president trump is meeting with other world leaders president trump making waves out the summit briefly suggesting that he had second thoughts about his decision to raise tariffs on China over breakfast with the British prime minister who said he's more in favor of trade peace than a trade war president trump was asked if he's had any second thoughts about the terrorists he's imposed on Chinese imports sure one of might as well might as well asked again Mr trump said he always has second thoughts but a spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham claimed her bosses answer had been greatly misinterpreted Mr trump's only regret she claims not raising the tariffs higher Stephen port no I CBS news of the G. seven summit in France the national economic council chief Larry Kudlow walking back to the president's comments Friday that he is hereby order US businesses to begin looking for alternatives to interacting with China the president's comments prompting the retail industry leaders association to applaud the president to stop the trade wars Kudlow speaking this morning on CBS's face the nation there's no immediate action here he just put that out there look I've heard him say this I'm in time again a couple years I've been working here.

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"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Northbound you'll Italy through that work zone from the center span down into Chelsea the Ted Williams is filled in solid heading into Logan David strani WBZ's traffic on this race and now the four day accu weather forecast meteorologist Carabins ski all the ruby intervals of sun this afternoon it'll still be cool and breezy our highs within a few degrees of seventy and also don't forget we've seen some spotty light shower activity so far in areas south of Boston and that may persist for a while longer tonight partly to mostly cloudy and cool with patchy fog below fifty nine tomorrow some fog to start otherwise breezy cloud should break for some sun high of seventy two Tuesday intervals of clouds and sun high seventy five and Wednesday a bit warmer hi seventy eight all Mackey with meteorologist garbled in ski WBZ Boston's news radio temperatures are in the upper sixties to right around seventy right along the coast of just in the lower seventies in land so it's a pretty cool day in New England even down in New York City is seventy six degrees there early in Boston yeah we got a lot of clouds outside occasionally you see some breaks of sun and seventy degrees in Boston's Copley square church bells are being run around the country today including at the old south church in Boston marking the first time some twenty Africans were taken off a ship in Virginia four hundred years ago and then sold into slavery Betsy Taylor is the senior minister at old south church she says today is a day of healing today marks the four hundredth anniversary of the arrival of the first Africans to the shore they did not come willingly they came enslaved but what we're celebrating today were remembering that and and morning that but we're also celebrating four hundred years of African American history and culture gifts of African Americans to this nation over four hundred years more on what happened.

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"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tribunals there to be convinced that she actually wrote the poetry, and she got her books her. First book poetry published in England. It came over on interesting enough the same boat that brought the T over that the famous Boston tea party, which was also organized at the old south meeting house, where the so-called Indians from the meeting house went down to the ship through over the boxes of tea, but they knew enough to leave Phillips Wheaties boxes of books alone. Shame here. First time no tax on tees hurt. That's your church, only that's not the one back bay. That's the well that was the middle the second home. Yeah. The old south what was called the old south meeting house, which is now the museum which is now. That's pretty interesting to me. I mean that building, that's this actually happened there. Yeah. British sick is the in the parlance of our time's, man. That's something you go in there and. That it actually happened. Yeah. And so cool. What's, what's also interesting? The British were so angry that the tea party was organized at old south. They went and ripped out all the pew boxes turned it into a writing academy, and they rode their horses around inside our sanctuary, and that, that was very to our church at the point at the time. Was that to happen, right then? Oh, right right after. Yeah. That was the whole the uprising the no okay tax on t you know that that was part of the whole controversy. So the war hasn't started yet. It was coming thought that it was during the war that the British to that writing used as a barn. But it was it was just during the. Yeah. Seventy three starting seventeen seventy three on. Yeah. All right. I'm glad that got cleared up in my mind. And you had the first singing teacher there. William billings Ville, Bill. I don't think anybody called him Bill billings, but he was often considered the father of choral music, and he started teaching music at old, south church, and he wrote hundreds of hymns that are still many of which are still with us today. I Japanese ordained to Christian ministry. So that's the year the year you switched. Yeah. Okay. But that's a fascinating story because we call him niece, my Joe, but his actual Japanese names, Niijima show, she met there, but he stowed away on a boat when he was only twenty one which came to Boston the boat was called the wild Rover was owned by hotel members. And they kind of took pity on him and said, oh, this is a bright kid. Let's take them under our wing and they paid for his education. He became the first Japanese person to receive a college degree in the west and then he also became the first ordain minister. From amherst. Yeah. And over theological school and later, he went back to Japan and he founded Doshi show university, which was the first private university in Japan and they still sent hundreds of, of students to us every year to, to see where niece majo- was had is theological education in America. With Evan shoe as h Hugh. That's how you spell Evans last name case you want to look them up. They'll south church historian going through the the first number I took place. At the church and needs. Some Joe that was eighteen seventy five and then you leap forward. It's funny. It seems. In some ways, like a big leap, but it's really only one lifetime from eighteen seventy five to nineteen fifty four. I declaration of racism is sin. Interesting. Yeah. We'd like to divide our time lineup in what we call generations lot of historians and Genealogists. Take thirty year chunks and say this is a generation that is generation, so we developed a time line of these events and old, south history, and divided divided them up into twelve different generations. So when you say fifty years, that's, that's almost two generations of time. So this first racism was nineteen fifty four and that was the meeting of at the old south church. Talk about that a bit..

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"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Straight up pistons, well, they were everybody was congregational or what we think of as congregation since it was a theocracy back van in order to be a part of decision making and government, you had to be a member of the government was kind of a theocracy. Yes, it definitely was. And so back, then I church had this policy that only those with genuine certified conversion experiences. You know what we call today born? Again, we're allowed to be baptized. And so as families developed in this new Boston town, they naturally wanted their children, their babies their children to be baptized, but I had this policy. No, they couldn't be baptized until they had a conversion experience, that was certified by whatever church body. So as a result. A lot of families found that their meme their children were not being baptized. So when you say I churches in the building, or the people that the first recognized church in Boston was called first church, both the building, and the people, both the building and okay. And then, you know, second church came out of a natural expansion to the north. We know it now as old north church. But it they've since merged and moved and so forth. The second church to just was there Davidson opinion. It was that was pure expansion. Okay. They needed space. Seconds, richest means another. Yes, but that's how they were called I hurt a second church. And then when twenty eight dissenters from first church argued that no, we should be able to baptize children. And so. They petitioned first church to be released to create their own church that would allow that to them of their children as though there was a two groups now. Didn't all? At that point, they stuck with the you need the avid transformative experience people said yet, don't so there's this these two belief systems operating simultaneously. Well, I wouldn't say simultaneously because at this point. The twenty eight who were considered the centers were basically, ostracized. They were said, you, you know, if you don't agree with us you we're not gonna let you go. And, and you can't. So basically you can't leave and we don't buy, which so forget about it. Okay. When these dissenters part of the move to go to the third. Church. They petitioned there were actually to church councils in which they petitioned to be released to form a new church that would be based on this new ability to baptize children and the first two councils said, no they kept petitioning, it finally went to a council at the magistrates being theocracy this civil magistrates also had to approve a new church. And finally, they agreed by vote of eight to six with the governor being against it to allow this thirteen to form of these twenty eight to centers who, by the way at that point, where all men had to be pretty expensive. I mean, look at the thing who paid for it who paid for what the jerked. Well, are you talking about the back bay church or the back bay act? The back bay church by that point. What became old south church? It was I called south church. And then when another church became established in the south part of what was considered Boston than than we became old, south church, and then in eighteen seventy five when the church moved to the back bay, we were for while called the new old south okay who paid. Well, it, it actually the property around the old south meeting house was subdivided. There were stores developed on it. There was eventually an eighteen storey office building, so they collected rents and leases, and there was a group called the old south society that provided much of the financing for the church itself. Who made up the society? Well, that's, that's a tricky question, because because of the way the deed, Mary Norton deed, was written. It was deeded directly to ten of the dissenters, so they became the old society, plus people who were considered puke proprietors back, then you could pay a lease or pay rent to buy acute. Right. And so you by buying pew you became part of the really that in the museum church. Yes, because there are actual boxes little doors. Plaques of names. Yes. Exactly. And many New England churches operated that way where the repu boxes where families.

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"south church" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"south church" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Which means that the. The means of democratic functioning have to be kept alive used the way the sunshine movement. Did it the way the great mass demonstration in early? Eighties did it than the way we continue to professor known Trump's case speaking at the old south church in Boston in April when we return from break, I speak to him about the arrest of Julian Assange, the Israeli elections the war in Yemen, and more. Jack. In the south. This is democracy. No democracy now.

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"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Local stories. Former archbishop and cardinal of Washington. Theodore mckarrick is defrocked at the order of the pope after he was found guilty of soliciting for sex during confession. Boston's cardinal. O'malley apologize last year for failing to respond to a letter regarding mechanics offenses against seminarians. Robert Hudson a road to recovery says Mali's attitude was part of the problem. They would have heard about McCarrick they decided to keep it quiet and keep it silent. And as a result people were harmed cardinal O'Malley must take responsibility for engaging in the cover up himself. The cardinal issued a statement earlier today saying the seriousness of the final dismissal cannot in and of itself provide healing for those so terribly harmed. Five democratic senators are vying for their party's nomination to challenge. President Trump in two thousand twenty and most are coming to New Hampshire California. Senator Kamala Harris will be in Portsmouth Monday at the south church. Cory Booker of New Jersey and Kirsten gillibrand of New York are both folk. Kissing on the granite state. This senators are campaigning during the long holiday weekend that marks the start of Congress's first recess this year a push on in Massachusetts to raise the minimum wage for tipped workers. The proposed Bill would raise the minimum wage bit by bit over several years from four dollars and thirty five cents to the full minimum wage by twenty twenty eight business groups representing restaurant owners said the proposed increase could lead to higher prices for diners and forced many restaurants to close. I'm Nancy shack. WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. The Massachusetts health connector is great for personal health insurance. But what can I do for small businesses? A lot more than you think.

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"south church" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"south church" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The ditch cover your head and i'm sure there were a number of truckers out there that encountered in saw some of those tornadoes i've lost track of how many reports had come in over the weekend with the severe weather side the blizzard conditions as well i guess there's a whole lot of freight this morning that's running way behind one of the reports was out of south dakota with the blizzard conditions i ninety was closed at one point over the weekend truckdrivers headed east were stuck supposedly at alums at box elder to wait out the storm the ellsworth air force base exit the last ramp that was open before you came across the road closed signs and right off the interstate they had highway patrol trooper standing by to make sure everybody was staying safe one truck drivers stuck there at the love that i left out east of town out of box elder got escorted off the highway by the highway patrol because they didn't know the highways were closed nobody had come and told anyone at the rest area so they they followed me off the the offramp and gave me a bit of a lecture now he said he left before the gates blocking the rover put in place but even then the roads were not in a good terrible mess so so yeah just a lot of folks stacked up out there you can only get so far and mother nature shut it down for a lot of trucks over the weekend so on a monday as we get back to the old grime mentioned today is boston marathon day yesterday technically april fifteenth was the five year anniversary and you've got the cold wet windy conditions in the forecast today when weather not looking real good but yesterday the bells of old south church in boston rang out at two forty nine in the afternoon commemorating a citywide moment of silence in honor of the boston marathon bombing survivors and victims so they started the the anniversary began the anniversary of the.

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"south church" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"south church" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from trans union your credit health is so much more than a score that's why they help you stay on top of it protected and understand it get your report and more at trans union dot com slash npr live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk the ambassador to the un nikki haley says new sanctions will be imposed on russia in response to last weekend's reported chemical weapons attack in syria npr's camilo domino ski reports the announcement will be made monday russia is a close ally of syrian president bush charlotte assad in two thousand thirteen russia agreed to help get rid of the regime's chemical weapons but syrian eye witnesses have continued to report attacks using poison gas including an alleged attack and duma this month investigations are ongoing haley said on cbs face the nation that new sanctions on russia will be announced by monday and they will go directly to any sort of companies that were dealing with a quick ment related to assad and chemical weapons use the us already has multiple sanctions against russia over election meddling as well as its actions in syria and ukraine and the us has previously sanctioned syria over chemical warfare camilo domino's sqi npr news the city of boston has held a moment of silence on the fifth anniversary of the boston marathon bombings the bells of the old south church were rung sunday to mark the moment five years ago when the first bomb exploded security is tight for monday's one hundred twenty second running of the iconic race protesters gathered at a philadelphia starbucks outlet on sunday where two black men were arrested for trespassing the men say they were waiting for a friend join them community activists reverend geoffrey jordan says the police action was uncalled for.

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Miranda Lambert wins big at ACM Awards

News, Traffic and Weather

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Miranda Lambert wins big at ACM Awards

"Entertainment news the american country music awards this year against a tragic background it has been a very big night for maranda lambert she ends up with a pair of victories she wouldn't song of the year for tin men she also wins female vocalist of the year with those two wins she is now one more acm awards than any other performer many of the country stores here tonight are wearing a pin with the number fifty eight to commemorate the fifty eight people killed here in las vegas during last october's mass killing which took place during the country music festival steve futterman cbs news at the same awards in las vegas and there were reminders of more tragic history in boston held a moment of silence on the fifth anniversary of the boston marathon bombing the bells of the old south church wrong sunday to mark the moment five years ago when the first of those bombs exploded mayor marty walsh governor charlie baker addressing families and survivors tom foty cbs news eight oh five at the barriers new station kcbs thanks for joining us curtis came in for susan kennedy here are some of the stories we've been well let's say showers on and off through the night and into tomorrow as well now here are some of the.

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"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Six nineteen thirty three degrees drizzle in boston top stories now a moment of silence in the ringing of the south church bells today pay tribute to the victims and the heroes of the boston marathon bombings mayor marty walsh governor baker laid reads on boylston street where the bomb went off the weather is going to have an effect on the marathon tomorrow for both racers and spectators forecasters are saying it's going to be cold wet and windy with heavy rain in the afternoon ninety two year old former first lady barbara bush is in failing health and is no longer seeking medical care family spokesman says mrs bush now only getting care to help her be as comfortable as possible wbz news time six twenty a man is dead and a woman critically injured in a shooting in palmer police say it happened around ten o'clock last night officers arrived on the scene to find a twenty four year old man shot he later died at twenty one year old woman also oh wounded is in hospital no word on any arrests some friends who answered boston's call five years ago are back and as wbz's karyn regal explains you might wanna rub their bellies canine first responders was formed after sandy hook as a critical incident mental health support organization founder bill cole a former police officer himself says dogs no like in las vegas of the dogs or go to the firefighters sit underneath their seats are sitting next to them and they may say no we're not stressed and we'd say well the dog kind of radyjo out back boston at giant newfoundland named benjamin franklin is calming people before the starting gun like ken gaspar from chicago oh yes there's nothing better possibly happen to you then meeting some dogs and getting some some ferlov gaspar is running for the animal rescue league of boston by the way at the park plaza in boston karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time six twenty one the nine one one operator who was on the line with a teenager who suffocated in the back of minivan in ohio will return to work this week an internal review is underway after sixteen year old kyle plush made desperate calls for help when he was trapped in the back of vehicle abc's marci gonzales reports amber smith was the operator who took the call show smith tried to follow up with plush sending a text message and calling twice but.

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"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wbz news time five eighteen thirty three degrees cloudy in boston top stories now a moment of silence and the ringing of the south church bells today pay tribute to the victims and the heroes of the boston marathon bombings mayor marty walsh and governor baker laid wreaths on boylston street where the bombs went off the forecast is in and it's not good marathon monday will be cold wet and windy with the heavier rain moving in later in the day late latest details in our accuweather forecast coming up ninety two year old former first lady barbara bush is in failing health and is no longer seeking medical care a family spokesman says mrs bush is now only getting care to help makers comfortable as possible wbz news time five nineteen as the russia investigation continues deputy attorney general rod rosenstein is coming under increasing fire from the president and his allies those allies are reportedly encouraging the president to fire rosenstein after he approved a criminal case against the president's personal attorney michael cohen everyday rod rosenstein walks into office wondering if he's going to be fired sources say he's at peace with whatever happens that while he's loyal to the administration he's more loyal to the training he has as a prosecutor and the rule of law when there's enough evidence suggesting further investigation is going to be investigated and democrat telling me if rosenstein is fired it will be the beginning of a constitutional crisis that's abc's pierre thomas at the white house the criminal case against cohen is what prompted last week's fbi raid on cohen's home and office or the lawyer for porn star stormy daniels says it's possible that she will be at tomorrow's hearing into the fbi array of the president's attorney mike will cohen president trump called cohen friday but speaking on abc's this week white house press secretary sarah sanders didn't give many details on what was said a long relationship with michael cohen he's going.

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"south church" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"south church" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The area if you need an alternate you can try a woodward or john r wwe news time four fifteen it is time for sports both games of today's doubleheader between the detroit tigers in new york yankees have been postponed due to rain the games will be made up in a split double header on june fourth the tigers were scheduled to be off while the yankees would have been traveling between games in baltimore in toronto the teams were rained out saturday in what had been new york's only scheduled visit to detroit this year the tigers are off tomorrow and the nba nhl playoffs are continuing today in the nba boston beat milwaukee one thirteen to one zero seven in overtime boston leads the series one nothing indiana has jumped out to a twenty one point lead heading into the second quarter of their first round game against cleveland and taking a look at the nhl pittsburgh leads philadelphia one to nothing that series is tied at a game apiece and the cars are back on the track at bristol motor speedway and action has resumed with three hundred thirty two laps remaining the race following a second red flag delay because of rain nascar is hoping to get the race in before another heavy band of rain enters the area shortly the race will not be considered official until the drivers can complete two hundred fifty of the five hundred laps and the city of boston has held a moment of silence on the fifth anniversary of the boston marathon bombing the bells of the old south church were run today to mark the moment five years ago when the first bomb exploded sports at fifteen and forty five past each hour we'll take a.

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"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"south church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In a wonderful way he just code ran to see what condition conversation words yeah oh yeah what condition ductless eighth day wbz newsradio 1030 cheaper good morning to you from wbz's jay talking thanks for being part of the community and a pretty much charter member of the community here's anthony m's marco historian and author and the lecturer extraordinaire the book the current a book is back bake fruit time new format than enough format and we'd love to have you chiming with any experiences or anything you know about back bear may be spent time there is a kid it's all good anthony is also giving a lecture on thursday night on the baker chocolate factory at the old south church which is ten bucks unless you happen to be a member of the old south church group that it's five bucks right for any of the way you get chocolate they have a reception yes cited us in hoods hud cocoa and chocolate directive aims they what kind of chocolate and low i guess that's bakers i hope do you notice the difference this is not related or anything while i guess it is related to geography when you go on your trips to europe the european chocolate is better than american chocolate is that a myth hersheyharrisburg pretty good i'm probably one of the ball goche people but you know there's nothing like oh hirsch's milk chocolate bar up you know i'm sorry but there are times when you know certain chocolates will be served after dinner in europe and we'll have a piece of chocolate piece ibn i could heath whole box but a piece of chocolate with a cup of coffee in of course is quite good but you know there's also the fact that many pieces of chocolate europolus week of our country and that's fine but even when people give me a box of godiva chocolate i it's very nice of everything of ups hot but the very different kinds of chocolate that we get you deep down inside want a hershey bar well either her she's or phillips candy house dorchester which in my estimation has the bus chocolate at all of new england these sabatino family has been providing chocolate since 1950s you know endorse trust her and i think in a lot of ways it's something that's part of novel is michael chair but.

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"south church" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"south church" Discussed on KDOW

"Ninety eight percent that leave no room to go embargo for catch cut that's what i always tell you this tax cut is not going to happen over it happens is not going to be what's being sold to us right now because you have a gdp you have debt is ninety percent of your gdp you have at an you can't go borrow money to pay for the pay for you have to cut you have to cut entitlement and congress should not going to cut entitlements congress bench might they don't cut money so we're not going to say we're not going she attached cut if we do is not going to be for from 35 percent down a fifteen percent maybe 35 percent the 25 percent because the only way they can pay for is true koch so again my point is as the worst president ever can you imagine he doubles the national debt he only president did that so now we don't have room to get a tax cut that would grow the economy core she's the worst president an it's unpatriotic memory he said eat debts what he said bob they'd be bush this is crazy if our gdp to debt wish thirty percent forty percent or even sixty percent you could go poor of the money yet plenty of room kaparo to pay for the tax cuts that will grow the economy at ninety eight percent your screwed you gotta go to congress and asked him to cut the entitlement you think you're going to do that in when you nuts this is crazy as is amazing unbelievable so now he's involved with this racketeering and they want a report on is unbelievable they will get back us make them money want more information on the show little phils getting jobs give them a call eight seven seven six hundred i am for granny it feels gang dot com or offering them all powerful south church available on.

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