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Indonesia Faces Third Day of Major COVID-19 Surge

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Indonesia Faces Third Day of Major COVID-19 Surge

"Indonesia's health care system is struggling to cope with the ever rising number of could be dying teen infections experts say more coronavirus patients are dying in cell isolation at home rather than in hospitals ask the Spaulding nation's healthcare system nears collapse for the second day in a row the authorities to block a wrinkle daily number ninety forty eight thousand new infections the total number of infections nationwide this climb to more than two point six million including over sixty eight thousand deaths hospitals already bursting beyond capacity and oxygen supplies are running out leaving individuals to cope with caring for sick friends and relatives at home I'm Charles the despot

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Large Tornado Rips Through Birmingham, Flooding Possible In Georgia

Atlanta's Morning News

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

Large Tornado Rips Through Birmingham, Flooding Possible In Georgia

"Warning Now goes 7 A.m. for southeastern Spaulding, Southeastern Henry. And Butts County in central Georgia after a stormy night in Metro Atlanta company Best bees Bill chi actual reports a strong tornado hits near Birmingham, Alabama. There's severe damage to a hotel and a church and some injuries are reported. The National Weather Service describes the tornado that hit north of Birmingham is large and extremely dangerous. Powers out in many schools near Birmingham are closed today. Number two this morning to private Memorial service for Hank. Hour in that begins in

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Packers boost run defense, add 'Snacks' Harrison

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Packers boost run defense, add 'Snacks' Harrison

"Breaking news from the NFL's Spaulding. The Packers are awarded ex Seahawks defensive tackle Demon snacks. Harrison off waivers. This is an interesting story. Several weeks ago, you Harrison was out looking for a team. He was on waivers, and the Packers and Seahawks among other teams were interested in his services. He ended up going to Seattle but was a healthy scratch last weekend. Harrison decided I'm done not going to do this anymore. I'm not gonna try and steal time from a younger player who is deserving of snap. So I'm done. He's 32 years old. He was initially signed to the Seahawks practice squad. October 7th. He was an all pro in 2016. We're not that far removed here. Now he comes to the Packers. It helps bolster up a run defense that has been getting better, but it's still around the middle of the pack. This is a very interesting signing for the Packers. Oh, by the way, Harrison played for Mike Pence defense in New York. So some dot connecting going on here, but

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Government Systems Hacked By International Threat

TIME's Top Stories

10:44 min | 1 year ago

Government Systems Hacked By International Threat

"S cyber experts scramble to assess the scope of the hack of a decade by kimberly dosier. Us government cyber experts are working furiously. Insecure offices around the globe sifting through computer traffic to figure out which federal systems have been penetrated in the sweeping cyber-spying attack. The fbi warned this week is significant and ongoing suspected russian. Hackers have broken into sensitive. Us government computer networks from the pentagon to the department of energy as well as top us private businesses rummaging around in them and likely reading emails and gathering data the department of homeland security cyber security and infrastructure security agency called the attack which started in march or possibly earlier a grave risk to the us government experts from both the government and top us private firms compromised in the attack are taking whole sections of their computer networks off line or quarantining them for a deeper forensic dive to figure out what was copied or taken. And if the hackers left any malware code behind the hackers exploited a little known but widely used software. Program called a ryan made by a cyber company called solar winds whose client list includes the office of the us. President the pentagon nasa nsa all five branches of the us military and most of the fortune five hundred companies including the top ten u s communications companies the austin texas based company removed. Its client list from its website. After reporting the hack may have affected some eighteen thousand customers. The company says it has been quote advised that the nature of this attack indicates that it may have been conducted by an outside nation state and is urging clients to update their systems to remove the threat. The company didn't immediately respond to a request for comment ceasar referred to the attackers has quote a patient. Well resourced and focused adversary adding that. The orion software vulnerability wasn't the only way it attacked but declining to share further details since it was first reported by reuters on sunday the known extent of the hack has grown wider each day so far government agencies including the departments of commerce and energy are among those confirmed to be infected though energy. Spokesperson said the hack only compromised business networks and didn't reach the national nuclear security administration on thursday microsoft reported that it's found the malware uploaded to some of it systems. You've got to assume that they're still in right now. And they're going to stay in says cyber experts suzanne spaulding who led the homeland security office. That is now ceases during the obama administration so you pretty quickly have to start looking at what they could have gotten access to president. Donald trump has so far been silent on what appears to be one of the worst cyber attacks on the united states in decades. The white house has offered little public comment beyond confirming via twitter that an investigation is underway. A senior administration official speaking anonymously to describe the ongoing investigation told time that the list of compromised. Us government agencies will likely include the pentagon as well as other agencies that use the software. The official also confirmed time that the attackers are believed to be russian state. Operatives reported by the washington post to be the infamous hacking collective known as abt twenty nine or cozy bear russia's ambassador to washington anatoly. I- antonoff denounced. Those reports is quote unfounded attempts of the us media to blame russia for hacking attacks on the us government bodies in remarks this week where georgetown university virtual forum the diplomat. Who complained that. He can't get a meeting with top government officials or lawmakers to discuss a host of accusations against moscow offered to arrange a meeting between russian intelligence. Fbi and cia officials to get to the bottom of it. The orion software is used to monitor and manage computer systems the kind of program and in house. It tech might use to remotely fix an employee's computer when it has a meltdown. The hacker is essentially piggybacked on the orion program software updates so when users updated their systems. They unwittingly uploaded. Malware that gave the hackers. A back. Door explains dmitri alperovitch former co founder and cto of cybersecurity firm crowd strike. His former cybersecurity company was hired by the democratic national committee. When it's emails were hacked in two thousand sixteen which the fbi later attributed to russia when the update came down it basically was a master key for the russians to get access to every single one of these systems. Alperovitch says calling it a heck of a decade and one of the most significant cyber espionage operations in history though it apparently did not penetrate classified systems he says citing conversations with industry insiders. The fbi is leading an investigation to track the hackers while cease which became a household name this year after disputing trump's allegations of election fraud resulting in trump's firing. Its director is sending out new warnings on what they've found and how government and private companies should respond to fix it. The spying attack was first discovered by cybersecurity. Firm fire which reported being hacked by a quote highly sophisticated threat actor that it says inserted malware onto its own network via the solar winds ryan software and then stole some of the cybersecurity companies own quote unquote ethical. Hacking tools. used to probe fire eye. clients networks for vulnerabilities aaron hughes former. Us deputy assistant secretary of defense for cyber policy says the sophistication of targeting contractor in the government supply chain to get to its clients immediately points to an actor like russia or china impersonating users and using inherently trusted mechanisms to conduct what appear to be trusted communication. That's not an insignificant task says hughes. Who's now a cyber expert with the center for strategic and international studies cis. Is the level of effort in stealth. That goes into instituting. That sort of computer to computer communication requires the skill set and breath of a nation state. He said there's a ranking in terms of urgency that governs what cyber-attacks combing their networks for i they make sure. The enemy hasn't accessed critical. Us weapons systems like the launch codes for nuclear bombs. Then they look at things like control of electricity or water supplies triaging a malthusian. Hierarchy of threats says spalding. Who's a senior homeland. Security adviser with csis. After you figure out what the adversary access you play out the worst case scenario of what they might do with what they were able to reach she adds and the game is still on hackers off in store things. They want a copy within the system. They've targeted so they can download it in a way. That won't arouse copying the data a few kilobytes at a time. So there may be packets of information that they've marked to move that are still untouched. And the race is on to cut the hackers off and then rebuild. It can't just go in and kind of surgically remove the adversary spalding. Explains you have to rebuild a completely new infrastructure that isn't connected to the old infrastructure though. The operatives were still active while americans were voting in the presidential election. This fall spalding. Doesn't think the suspected russian hackers were able to effect twenty twenty voting because of quote such overwhelming use of paper ballots and the ability to audit. I think it would have been detected. She said russian government. Hackers have penetrated sensitive systems before they did in two thousand sixteen. When russian military intelligence officers were indicted for crimes including hacking the computers of the democratic national committee primarily through phishing emails. Russian hackers were also blamed for a two thousand fifteen fishing attack that seized control of the pentagon joint staff's unclassified email systems retired chairman of the joint chiefs general martin dempsey told. Cbs news that within an hour of accessing the system. The hacker seized dempsey's computer credentials as well as hundreds of other senior officers and the only way to stop. It was to take the system down cyber expert hughes who was serving as the pentagon seibert defense deputy assistant secretary at the time recalls that his team had to quote isolate and shut down. Parts of the unclassified network to identify and then eradicate the threat actor. Ironically it was the failure to update software that enabled what still seen as the worst cyber attack on the us government. When chinese hackers stole the personnel files of four point two million government employees as reported by the us office of personnel management in two thousand fifteen including the real names of intelligence officers serving in covert positions around the world responding to news the hack the incoming biden administration released a statement thursday vowing to make dealing with quote what appears to be a massive cybersecurity breach affecting potentially thousands of victims a top priority. From the moment we take office alperovitch. Who's now the chairman of the silverado. Policy accelerator a washington dc based cyber think tank warned against us officials or lawmakers reacting to what he calls run of the mill spying as opposed to enact of war. This is a case where we should say good for them. Shame on us for letting them he says we need to use this as a wake-up call to reorganize our government to better deal with this massive intelligence failure and massive failure

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Bucks' Brown agrees to $750K lawsuit settlement

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Bucks' Brown agrees to $750K lawsuit settlement

"The city of Milwaukee has reached a settlement with a citizen after an incident involving police after nearly two years of back and forth the city agreeing to pay Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown $750,000 is part of a settlement stemming from his January 2018 arrest, according to a letter written to the Common Council by the city attorney. The settlement agreement will also including admittance of constitutional violation by the Milwaukee Common Council. We'll also include a pledge to make changes to the police department's operating procedure. Brown was taken down by police and tase after being approached by officers for a legal parking in a Walgreens parking lot. Brown's attorney, Mark Thompson, declined to comment further on the settlement, reached by phone this morning like Spaulding W.

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Wisconsin sees massive spike in deaths, new COVID-19 cases

Steve Scaffidi

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Wisconsin sees massive spike in deaths, new COVID-19 cases

"Virus cases across the state of Wisconsin could be a sign of things to come. The nightmare scenario of frankly, Wisconsin's chief medical officer, Dr Ryan Westergaard, says that nightmare could get worse than the fact that it's already highest levels. Widespread. And we think most people haven't been exposed yet is really a concerning scenario. Acting Health Secretary Andrea Palm said. Tuesday's numbers are a prime example of why they opened up the alternate care facility at State Fair Park. Despite it being sparsely used right now that exponential growth that we have talked about a number of times throughout this pandemic is coming home to roost like Spaulding

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"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

12:37 min | 1 year ago

"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"I guess or or competition changes or the entertainment stuff changes, but see I don't think there is anything and then I said, yes, ma'am. The only thing I can think of is a pandemic and we both laughed and here we are facing this incredible problem. We're we're off our industry was the first to close and going to be the last to reopen that's right. I was just talking on another podcast with a gal by the name of Jessica genic. She's a Broadway producer for many years and the one that she told me to take away was of all people of all organizations of all groups to come up with creative ways to sort of get something done. It's the people in theater and that's the case with used before we talk more about you and what you've been up to Let's jump right into this Ghostlight campaign the Ghostlight series, which is terrific concept Jordan. It's it's you know, when when the Panthers just happened and we were all forced to shut on March twelve the center not only had its entire performance schedules in both theaters completely come to birth. Fault, but right at that time, I was diagnosed with covid-19 myself and so was my wife and I hear you were extremely ill for about a month it took us to get over it and yet at the same time, I had to let go 275 family members and I consider them family members all the people that worked for us here in both of our theaters and at that time on both theaters were very active in sway. We let all people going and at that time we also had to shut down the hall of fame which was on a on a real roll at this moment and we were getting ready to open a Bob Dylan exhibit in a Bruce Springsteen exhibit and the tours were going well having it came to a complete halt but what we decided to do was support a lot of our Brethren, so obviously there were dead. Live streaming going on at past scenes. They were live streaming going on and our friends at the Cabbage theater and Beverly and others around the United States like the folk Alliance or them are kind of music festival and we really didn't do anything for ourselves at that point except launch a campaign that said that Arts can heal. Well as time went on I finally decided that we really needed to do something and you know, we came up with this plan to do the Ghostlight series and if your audiences don't know what a ghost line is, it's been in theaters for centuries and at the end of every night before the last person goes home at all standing lamp is brought out to the edge of the stage is plugged in with an extension cord. It has no shade and a light bulb and it's called ghost light now it was, you know rumored that this would protect the actors and allow the ghosts and the phone number. After all these used to play around but the most important thing was that a theater never goes dark. So we decided to do the Ghostlight series and use the Ghostlight as the home as the you know, the symbol and major artists, like people saw on on September 25th with a mammals and others have come in they play on the stage with no one in the seats 3500 empty seats and they perform acoustically no production sound. No, no, no lighting no spotlights and they just perform acoustically and it's been really terrific and we've gotten a lot of attention across the country for it and it's to go off so that you know the Arts to heal and then we'll be back and you also have a connection with New England cable news a very popular in a very important news source in town. Tell us about that with and that was the birth. One of things that sort of made me want to go in this direction. There's you know, when you notice that the live streaming was sort of getting over saturated and the amount of wage ordinance members that were actually watching it on people's, you know, YouTube channels or FaceTime Twitter or whatever. It was. I needed to see if we could find a lot of eyeballs. And since we were kids, you know, we're the largest non-profit Performing Arts Center in all of New England. We wanted to support all of our sisters and brothers of artists in New England. So Thursday the fact that we were able to convince NECN without much effort to be honest that this was a great idea. We are now broadcasting all of these in a half hour show off beginning last Friday or Friday the September 25th, and it's on every other week on Friday nights at 7:30 and it's a half hour show and Thursday. Broadcast in Maine is broadcast in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. That's outstanding. We're talking with Joe Spalding president CEO of the box center. And what's really interesting in reading the history in your history Jill is how much Boston since your rain has begun? How much Boston has been a player in terms of Broadway including shows that you've actually produced including shows that have started at the Wang or now the box enter talk a little bit about that growth in Boston's input world. You know, I'm I'm just starting Jordan in its most incredible. My 35th year is the CEO here and so obviously witnessed a lot of things over the last thirty-five years, but you know, we did get into the Broadway business and we were able to back in the late eighties and nineties proved that Boston could be an incredible Broadway Town. It is subsequently changed a lot since then during this Thursday. No, but back in those days, you know, you could run Phantom of the Opera for four months. You could run, you know rent for a full year. You could run all these big shows that we did for long periods of time. And so that force is to say well listen. Well, let's get into producing some of these that we might be able to have worldwide rights to which we did informing elephant. I am and we developed The Addams Family and the biggest success one. We had was American in Paris, which was a gigantic success for us worldwide that said today just like wage thing else Broadway is shut down and the only thing that's changed now in Broadway is the expense of mounting these Productions have gone through the roof Jordan. It's very hard to capitalize nowadays. And I think that the the the style of Broadway audiences in my personal opinion are getting old. Yep. And not younger and certainly Hamilton which we were involved in very much help that but you know, it's going to be interesting to see how long way comes back when we finally all reopen sometime. We hope in Twenty-One. Well, it's funny. You mentioned shows like that. I was thinking of dear Evan Hansen. I was thinking of Jagged Little Pill these are very contemporary shows, but they still follow the same framework of dance and music and comedy and Pathos and I think the writing is so good with some of these Productions in the Productions themselves. Are you excited about when we reopen whenever that is people are just starving for live entertainment. I would agree and all the studies say that we are tremendously optimistic, but you have to remember Jordan we will have had Let's Pretend We're going to open in September of 21 and cuz that's what yep Modeling at the moment. Hopefully it'll be sooner but that's what we're looking at. And that means we will been shut from March of 2020 to September of 21 with not one dime of earned income and how are are my sisters and brother organizations going to survive that that period of time without any earned income now how long we're a not-for-profit. We had an endowment. We had operating reserves, you know, we have a line of credit. We got a p p p and we're able to raise money and people have been contributing to be maintaining that we will get back when we get back. We're seeing we have a whole range of shows that we have been just continually moving for the third or fourth time in to later time slots. And so we think we're going to have a lot of shows if we get a chance to get open that said, I think we all feel that there's going to be a period of time. When people will sort of still be worried about indoor Gatherings, but you know as Doctor fact, she said in the New York Times recently, you know, he sees a time where in September of 21 people are going back without mass and really enjoying it and I think in order to help us get to them are working hard obviously at doing the things that we need to do keep people safe in our buildings when we do open and number two, we're hopeful that they'll be a rapid testing at home. And obviously that we have a vaccine and with those all in our favor and that the public really wants to come back to live. We think we're going to do extremely well if we can last that long, let me Circle back to something we talked about at the beginning of this chat and that was I didn't even know that you and your wife had covet I'm glad you've recovered but the sadness that you had to log Off at that point well over two hundred people of the family the theater family and I think for a lot of people we go to the theater see the ushers. We see the orchestra. We see the actors. We don't think about all the people that it takes just took example and the audience an example of what we're talking about who are the people behind the scenes? Well, you you know, want to have the entire marketing staffs. You have the tire entire theater services staff. You have the entire catering staff. You have all of the actors you have all of the stagehands you have the teams whose unload the truck you mentioned the ushers. These people were here with us, you know, twenty-four-seven all of these years and and we've never been shot this long ever in our entire history in this building has been around to almost a hundred years as you know, so I thought it was extremely hard and a lot of those people made their living in this field and they are still unemployed and that's a very sad thing off. I've got to ask you before we wrap as well Joe about the work you've done and where we're going with government or public sector private sector cooperation. I mean that God we've had support in some areas for the Arts. But as we all know that one of the first things to get cut what what's going on currently in the city of Boston that you can report on well, I guess as you know on my second love of life besides the Arts as politics cuz they got play it everyday, right? And so I spend a great deal of my time lobbing both at the city level and certainly here in the state level with the governor and our legislature that the Arts are important and they are exposed to our soul and I believe the Arts keeps civilized society. So we gotta fund it and we can't take it for granted and it's a huge wage. Streets and it generates a huge amount of economic impact for all of the cities that were involved in and you know, so right now I'm you know, cuz the state is working on an economic stimulus bill that we hope concludes some Arts funding in it, you know, I helped develop over the years which is come to it was a great thing. We.

"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

12:13 min | 1 year ago

"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"That's right. I was just talking on another podcast with a gal by the name of Jessica genic. She's a Broadway producer for many years and the one that she told me to take away was of all people of all organizations of all groups to come up with creative ways to sort of get something done. It's the people in theater and that's the case with used before we talk more about you and what you've been up to Let's jump right into this Ghostlight campaign the Ghostlight series, which is terrific concept Jordan. It's it's you know, when when the Panthers just happened and we were all forced to shut on March twelve the center not only had its entire performance schedules in both theaters completely come to birth. Fault, but right at that time, I was diagnosed with covid-19 myself and so was my wife and I hear you were extremely ill for about a month it took us to get over it and yet at the same time, I had to let go 275 family members and I consider them family members all the people that worked for us here in both of our theaters and at that time on both theaters were very active in sway. We let all people going and at that time we also had to shut down the hall of fame which was on a on a real roll at this moment and we were getting ready to open a Bob Dylan exhibit in a Bruce Springsteen exhibit and the tours were going well having it came to a complete halt but what we decided to do was support a lot of our Brethren, so obviously there were dead. Live streaming going on at past scenes. They were live streaming going on and our friends at the Cabbage theater and Beverly and others around the United States like the folk Alliance or them are kind of music festival and we really didn't do anything for ourselves at that point except launch a campaign that said that Arts can heal. Well as time went on I finally decided that we really needed to do something and you know, we came up with this plan to do the Ghostlight series and if your audiences don't know what a ghost line is, it's been in theaters for centuries and at the end of every night before the last person goes home at all standing lamp is brought out to the edge of the stage is plugged in with an extension cord. It has no shade and a light bulb and it's called ghost light now it was, you know rumored that this would protect the actors and allow the ghosts and the phone number. After all these used to play around but the most important thing was that a theater never goes dark. So we decided to do the Ghostlight series and use the Ghostlight as the home as the you know, the symbol and major artists, like people saw on on September 25th with a mammals and others have come in they play on the stage with no one in the seats 3500 empty seats and they perform acoustically no production sound. No, no, no lighting no spotlights and they just perform acoustically and it's been really terrific and we've gotten a lot of attention across the country for it and it's to go off so that you know the Arts to heal and then we'll be back and you also have a connection with New England cable news a very popular in a very important news source in town. Tell us about that with and that was the birth. One of things that sort of made me want to go in this direction. There's you know, when you notice that the live streaming was sort of getting over saturated and the amount of wage ordinance members that were actually watching it on people's, you know, YouTube channels or FaceTime Twitter or whatever. It was. I needed to see if we could find a lot of eyeballs. And since we were kids, you know, we're the largest non-profit Performing Arts Center in all of New England. We wanted to support all of our sisters and brothers of artists in New England. So Thursday the fact that we were able to convince NECN without much effort to be honest that this was a great idea. We are now broadcasting all of these in a half hour show off beginning last Friday or Friday the September 25th, and it's on every other week on Friday nights at 7:30 and it's a half hour show and Thursday. Broadcast in Maine is broadcast in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. That's outstanding. We're talking with Joe Spalding president CEO of the box center. And what's really interesting in reading the history in your history Jill is how much Boston since your rain has begun? How much Boston has been a player in terms of Broadway including shows that you've actually produced including shows that have started at the Wang or now the box enter talk a little bit about that growth in Boston's input world. You know, I'm I'm just starting Jordan in its most incredible. My 35th year is the CEO here and so obviously witnessed a lot of things over the last thirty-five years, but you know, we did get into the Broadway business and we were able to back in the late eighties and nineties proved that Boston could be an incredible Broadway Town. It is subsequently changed a lot since then during this Thursday. No, but back in those days, you know, you could run Phantom of the Opera for four months. You could run, you know rent for a full year. You could run all these big shows that we did for long periods of time. And so that force is to say well listen. Well, let's get into producing some of these that we might be able to have worldwide rights to which we did informing elephant. I am and we developed The Addams Family and the biggest success one. We had was American in Paris, which was a gigantic success for us worldwide that said today just like wage thing else Broadway is shut down and the only thing that's changed now in Broadway is the expense of mounting these Productions have gone through the roof Jordan. It's very hard to capitalize nowadays. And I think that the the the style of Broadway audiences in my personal opinion are getting old. Yep. And not younger and certainly Hamilton which we were involved in very much help that but you know, it's going to be interesting to see how long way comes back when we finally all reopen sometime. We hope in Twenty-One. Well, it's funny. You mentioned shows like that. I was thinking of dear Evan Hansen. I was thinking of Jagged Little Pill these are very contemporary shows, but they still follow the same framework of dance and music and comedy and Pathos and I think the writing is so good with some of these Productions in the Productions themselves. Are you excited about when we reopen whenever that is people are just starving for live entertainment. I would agree and all the studies say that we are tremendously optimistic, but you have to remember Jordan we will have had Let's Pretend We're going to open in September of 21 and cuz that's what yep Modeling at the moment. Hopefully it'll be sooner but that's what we're looking at. And that means we will been shut from March of 2020 to September of 21 with not one dime of earned income and how are are my sisters and brother organizations going to survive that that period of time without any earned income now how long we're a not-for-profit. We had an endowment. We had operating reserves, you know, we have a line of credit. We got a p p p and we're able to raise money and people have been contributing to be maintaining that we will get back when we get back. We're seeing we have a whole range of shows that we have been just continually moving for the third or fourth time in to later time slots. And so we think we're going to have a lot of shows if we get a chance to get open that said, I think we all feel that there's going to be a period of time. When people will sort of still be worried about indoor Gatherings, but you know as Doctor fact, she said in the New York Times recently, you know, he sees a time where in September of 21 people are going back without mass and really enjoying it and I think in order to help us get to them are working hard obviously at doing the things that we need to do keep people safe in our buildings when we do open and number two, we're hopeful that they'll be a rapid testing at home. And obviously that we have a vaccine and with those all in our favor and that the public really wants to come back to live. We think we're going to do extremely well if we can last that long, let me Circle back to something we talked about at the beginning of this chat and that was I didn't even know that you and your wife had covet I'm glad you've recovered but the sadness that you had to log Off at that point well over two hundred people of the family the theater family and I think for a lot of people we go to the theater see the ushers. We see the orchestra. We see the actors. We don't think about all the people that it takes just took example and the audience an example of what we're talking about who are the people behind the scenes? Well, you you know, want to have the entire marketing staffs. You have the tire entire theater services staff. You have the entire catering staff. You have all of the actors you have all of the stagehands you have the teams whose unload the truck you mentioned the ushers. These people were here with us, you know, twenty-four-seven all of these years and and we've never been shot this long ever in our entire history in this building has been around to almost a hundred years as you know, so I thought it was extremely hard and a lot of those people made their living in this field and they are still unemployed and that's a very sad thing off. I've got to ask you before we wrap as well Joe about the work you've done and where we're going with government or public sector private sector cooperation. I mean that God we've had support in some areas for the Arts. But as we all know that one of the first things to get cut what what's going on currently in the city of Boston that you can report on well, I guess as you know on my second love of life besides the Arts as politics cuz they got play it everyday, right? And so I spend a great deal of my time lobbing both at the city level and certainly here in the state level with the governor and our legislature that the Arts are important and they are exposed to our soul and I believe the Arts keeps civilized society. So we gotta fund it and we can't take it for granted and it's a huge wage. Streets and it generates a huge amount of economic impact for all of the cities that were involved in and you know, so right now I'm you know, cuz the state is working on an economic stimulus bill that we hope concludes some Arts funding in it, you know, I helped develop over the years which is come to it was a great thing. We.

"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

13:08 min | 1 year ago

"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Hope we never go through it again, you know, it's funny about five or six years ago when I had the pleasure of getting my friend Ernie Boch Jr. To agree to be the sponsor of the center. He said to me Jo so listen, you know, what could shut the theater down and I said the time well perhaps, you know, we have a fire and it burns down and you know, it's pretty hard to rebuild the Wang theater. It's a national story. Mark and so on and so on and the other is we could go bankrupt I guess or or competition changes or the entertainment stuff changes, but see I don't think there is anything and then I said, yes, ma'am. The only thing I can think of is a pandemic and we both laughed and here we are facing this incredible problem. We're we're off our industry was the first to close and going to be the last to reopen that's right. I was just talking on another podcast with a gal by the name of Jessica genic. She's a Broadway producer for many many years and the one that she told me to take away was of all people of all organizations of all groups to come up with creative ways to sort of get something done. It's the people in the theater and that's the case with used before we talk more about you and what you've been up to Let's jump right into this Ghostlight campaign the Ghostlight series, which is terrific concept Jordan. It's it's you know, when when the Panthers just happened and we were all forced to shut on March twelve the center not only had its entire performance schedules in both theaters completely come to birth. Fault, but right at that time, I was diagnosed with covid-19 myself and so was my wife and I hear you were extremely ill for about a month it took us to get over it and yet at the same time, I had to let go 275 family members and I consider them family members all the people that worked for us here in both of our theaters and at that time on both theaters were very active in sway. We let all people going and at that time we also had to shut down the hall of fame which was on a on a real roll at this moment and we were getting ready to open a Bob Dylan exhibit in a Bruce Springsteen exhibit and the tours were going well having it came to a complete halt but what we decided to do was to support a lot of our Brethren, so obviously there were dead. Live streaming going on at past scenes. They were live streaming going on and our friends at the Cabbage theater and Beverly and others around the United States like the folk Alliance or them are kind of music festival and we really didn't do anything for ourselves at that point except launch a campaign that said that Arts can heal. Well as time went on I finally decided that we really needed to do something and you know, we came up with this plan to do the Ghostlight series and if your audiences don't know what a ghost line is, it's been in theaters for centuries and at the end of every night before the last person goes home at all standing lamp is brought out to the edge of the stage is plugged in with an extension cord. It has no shade and a light bulb and it's called ghost light now it was, you know rumored that this would protect the actors and allow the ghosts and the phone number. After all these used to play around but the most important thing was that a theater never goes dark. So we decided to do the Ghostlight series and use the Ghostlight as the home as the you know, the symbol and major artists, like people saw on on September 25th with a mammals and others have come in they play on the stage with no one in the seats 3500 empty seats and they perform acoustically no production sound. No, no, no lighting no spotlights and they just perform acoustically and it's been really terrific and we've gotten a lot of attention across the country for it and it's to go off so that you know the Arts to heal and then we'll be back and you also have a connection with New England cable news a very popular in a very important news source in town. Tell us about that with and and that was the birth. One of the things that sort of made me want to go in this direction. There's you know, when you notice that the live streaming was sort of getting over saturated and the amount of wage ordinance members that were actually watching it on people's, you know, YouTube channels or FaceTime or Twitter or whatever. It was. I needed to see if we could find a lot of eyeballs. And since we were kids, you know, we're the largest non-profit Performing Arts Center in all of New England. We wanted to support all of our sisters and brothers of artists in New England. So Thursday the fact that we were able to convince NECN without much effort to be honest that this was a great idea. We are now broadcasting all of these in a half hour show off beginning last Friday or Friday the September 25th, and it's on every other week on Friday nights at 7:30 and it's a half hour show and Thursday. Broadcast in Maine is broadcast in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. That's outstanding. We're talking with Joe Spalding president CEO of the box center. And what's really interesting in reading the history in your history Jill is how much Boston since your rain has begun? How much Boston has been a player in terms of Broadway including shows that you've actually produced including shows that have started at the Wang or now the box enter talk a little bit about that growth in Boston's input world. You know, I'm I'm just starting Jordan in its most incredible. My 35th year is the CEO here and so obviously witnessed a lot of things over the last thirty-five years, but you know, we we did get into the Broadway business and we were able to back in the late eighties and nineties proved that Boston could be an incredible Broadway Town. It is subsequently changed a lot since then during this Thursday. No, but back in those days, you know, you could run Phantom of the Opera for four months. You could run, you know rent for a full year. You could run all these big shows that we did for long periods of time. And so that force is to say well listen. Well, let's get into producing some of these that we might be able to have worldwide rights to which we did informing elephant. I am and we developed The Addams Family and the biggest success one. We had was American in Paris, which was a gigantic success for us worldwide that said today just like wage thing else Broadway is shut down and the only thing that's changed now in Broadway is the expense of mounting these Productions have gone through the roof Jordan. It's very hard to capitalize nowadays. And I think that the the the style of Broadway audiences in my personal opinion are getting old. Yep. And not younger and certainly Hamilton which we were involved in very much help that but you know, it's going to be interesting to see how long way comes back when we finally all reopen sometime. We hope in Twenty-One. Well, it's funny. You mentioned shows like that. I was thinking of dear Evan Hansen. I was thinking of Jagged Little Pill these are very contemporary shows, but they still follow the same framework of dance and music and comedy and Pathos and I think the writing is so good with some of these Productions in the Productions themselves. Are you excited about when we reopen whenever that is people are just starving for live entertainment. I would agree and all the studies say that we are tremendously optimistic, but you have to remember Jordan we will have had Let's Pretend We're going to open in September of 21 and cuz that's what yep Modeling at the moment. Hopefully it'll be sooner but that's what we're looking at. And that means we will been shut from March of 2020 to September of 21 with not one dime of earned income and how are are my sisters and brother organizations going to survive that that period of time without any earned income now how long we're a not-for-profit. We had an endowment. We had operating reserves, you know, we have a line of credit. We got a p p p and we're able to raise money and people have been contributing to be maintaining that we will get back when we get back. We're seeing we have a whole range of shows that we have been just continually moving for the third or fourth time in to later time slots. And so we think we're going to have a lot of shows if we get a chance to get open that said, I think we all feel that there's going to be a period of time. When people will sort of still be worried about indoor Gatherings, but you know as Doctor fact, she said in the New York Times recently, you know, he sees a time where in September of 21 people are going back without mass and and really enjoying it and I think in order to help us get to them are working hard obviously at doing the things that we need to do to keep people safe in our buildings when we do open and number two, we're hopeful that they'll be a rapid testing at home. And obviously that we have a vaccine and with those all in our favor and that the public really wants to come back to live. We think we're going to do extremely well if we can last that long, let me Circle back to something we talked about at the beginning of this chat and that was I didn't even know that you and your wife had covet I'm glad you've recovered but the the sadness that you had to log Off at that point well over two hundred people of the family the theater family and I think for a lot of people we go to the theater see the ushers. We see the orchestra. We see the actors. We don't think about all the people that it takes just took example and the audience an example of what we're talking about who are the people behind the scenes? Well, you you know, you want to have the entire marketing staffs. You have the tire entire theater services staff. You have the entire catering staff. You have all of the actors you have all of the stagehands you have the teams whose unload the truck you mentioned the ushers. These people were here with us, you know, twenty-four-seven all of these years and and we've never been shot this long ever in our entire history in this building has been around to almost a hundred years as you know, so I thought it was extremely hard and a lot of those people made their living in this field and they are still unemployed and that's a very sad thing off. I've got to ask you before we wrap as well Joe about the work you've done and where we're going with government or public sector private sector cooperation. I mean that God we've had support in some areas for the Arts. But as we all know that one of the first things to get cut what what's going on currently in the city of Boston that you can report on well, I guess as you know on my second love of life besides the Arts as politics cuz they got play it everyday, right? And so I spend a great deal of my time lobbing both at the city level and certainly here in the state level with the governor and our legislature that the Arts are important and they are exposed to our soul and I believe the Arts keeps the civilized society. So we gotta fund it and we can't take it for granted and it's a huge wage. Streets and it generates a huge amount of economic impact for all of the cities that were involved in and you know, so right now I'm you know, cuz the state is working on an economic stimulus bill that we hope concludes some Arts funding in it, you know, I helped develop over the years which is come to it was a great thing. We.

"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

12:45 min | 1 year ago

"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Have a fire and it burns down and you know, it's pretty hard to rebuild the Wang theater. It's a national story. Mark and so on and so on and the other is we could go bankrupt I guess or or competition changes or the entertainment stuff changes, but see I don't think there is anything and then I said, yes, ma'am. The only thing I can think of is a pandemic and we both laughed and here we are facing this incredible problem. We're we're off our industry was the first to close and going to be the last to reopen that's right. I was just talking on another podcast with a gal by the name of Jessica genic. She's a Broadway producer for many many years and the one that she told me to take away was of all people of all organizations of all groups to come up with creative ways to sort of get something done. It's the people in the theater and that's the case with used before we talk more about you and what you've been up to Let's jump right into this Ghostlight campaign the Ghostlight series, which is terrific concept Jordan. It's it's you know, when when the Panthers just happened and we were all forced to shut on March twelve the center not only had its entire performance schedules in both theaters completely come to birth. Fault, but right at that time, I was diagnosed with covid-19 myself and so was my wife and I hear you were extremely ill for about a month it took us to get over it and yet at the same time, I had to let go 275 family members and I consider them family members all the people that worked for us here in both of our theaters and at that time on both theaters were very active in sway. We let all people going and at that time we also had to shut down the hall of fame which was on a on a real roll at this moment and we were getting ready to open a Bob Dylan exhibit in a Bruce Springsteen exhibit and the tours were going well having it came to a complete halt but what we decided to do was to support a lot of our Brethren, so obviously there were dead. Live streaming going on at past scenes. They were live streaming going on and our friends at the Cabbage theater and Beverly and others around the United States like the folk Alliance or them are kind of music festival and we really didn't do anything for ourselves at that point except launch a campaign that said that Arts can heal. Well as time went on I finally decided that we really needed to do something and you know, we came up with this plan to do the Ghostlight series and if your audiences don't know what a ghost line is, it's been in theaters for centuries and at the end of every night before the last person goes home at all standing lamp is brought out to the edge of the stage is plugged in with an extension cord. It has no shade and a light bulb and it's called ghost light now it was, you know rumored that this would protect the actors and allow the ghosts and the phone number. After all these used to play around but the most important thing was that a theater never goes dark. So we decided to do the Ghostlight series and use the Ghostlight as the home as the you know, the symbol and major artists, like people saw on on September 25th with a mammals and others have come in they play on the stage with no one in the seats 3500 empty seats and they perform acoustically no production sound. No, no, no lighting no spotlights and they just perform acoustically and it's been really terrific and we've gotten a lot of attention across the country for it and it's to go off so that you know the Arts to heal and then we'll be back and you also have a connection with New England cable news a very popular in a very important news source in town. Tell us about that with and and that was the birth. One of the things that sort of made me want to go in this direction. There's you know, when you notice that the live streaming was sort of getting over saturated and the amount of wage ordinance members that were actually watching it on people's, you know, YouTube channels or FaceTime or Twitter or whatever. It was. I needed to see if we could find a lot of eyeballs. And since we were kids, you know, we're the largest non-profit Performing Arts Center in all of New England. We wanted to support all of our sisters and brothers of artists in New England. So Thursday the fact that we were able to convince NECN without much effort to be honest that this was a great idea. We are now broadcasting all of these in a half hour show off beginning last Friday or Friday the September 25th, and it's on every other week on Friday nights at 7:30 and it's a half hour show and Thursday. Broadcast in Maine is broadcast in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. That's outstanding. We're talking with Joe Spalding president CEO of the box center. And what's really interesting in reading the history in your history Jill is how much Boston since your rain has begun? How much Boston has been a player in terms of Broadway including shows that you've actually produced including shows that have started at the Wang or now the box enter talk a little bit about that growth in Boston's input world. You know, I'm I'm just starting Jordan in its most incredible. My 35th year is the CEO here and so obviously witnessed a lot of things over the last thirty-five years, but you know, we we did get into the Broadway business and we were able to back in the late eighties and nineties proved that Boston could be an incredible Broadway Town. It is subsequently changed a lot since then during this Thursday. No, but back in those days, you know, you could run Phantom of the Opera for four months. You could run, you know rent for a full year. You could run all these big shows that we did for long periods of time. And so that force is to say well listen. Well, let's get into producing some of these that we might be able to have worldwide rights to which we did informing elephant. I am and we developed The Addams Family and the biggest success one. We had was American in Paris, which was a gigantic success for us worldwide that said today just like wage thing else Broadway is shut down and the only thing that's changed now in Broadway is the expense of mounting these Productions have gone through the roof Jordan. It's very hard to capitalize nowadays. And I think that the the the style of Broadway audiences in my personal opinion are getting old. Yep. And not younger and certainly Hamilton which we were involved in very much help that but you know, it's going to be interesting to see how long way comes back when we finally all reopen sometime. We hope in Twenty-One. Well, it's funny. You mentioned shows like that. I was thinking of dear Evan Hansen. I was thinking of Jagged Little Pill these are very contemporary shows, but they still follow the same framework of dance and music and comedy and Pathos and I think the writing is so good with some of these Productions in the Productions themselves. Are you excited about when we reopen whenever that is people are just starving for live entertainment. I would agree and all the studies say that we are tremendously optimistic, but you have to remember Jordan we will have had Let's Pretend We're going to open in September of 21 and cuz that's what yep Modeling at the moment. Hopefully it'll be sooner but that's what we're looking at. And that means we will been shut from March of 2020 to September of 21 with not one dime of earned income and how are are my sisters and brother organizations going to survive that that period of time without any earned income now how long we're a not-for-profit. We had an endowment. We had operating reserves, you know, we have a line of credit. We got a p p p and we're able to raise money and people have been contributing to be maintaining that we will get back when we get back. We're seeing we have a whole range of shows that we have been just continually moving for the third or fourth time in to later time slots. And so we think we're going to have a lot of shows if we get a chance to get open that said, I think we all feel that there's going to be a period of time. When people will sort of still be worried about indoor Gatherings, but you know as Doctor fact, she said in the New York Times recently, you know, he sees a time where in September of 21 people are going back without mass and and really enjoying it and I think in order to help us get to them are working hard obviously at doing the things that we need to do to keep people safe in our buildings when we do open and number two, we're hopeful that they'll be a rapid testing at home. And obviously that we have a vaccine and with those all in our favor and that the public really wants to come back to live. We think we're going to do extremely well if we can last that long, let me Circle back to something we talked about at the beginning of this chat and that was I didn't even know that you and your wife had covet I'm glad you've recovered but the the sadness that you had to log Off at that point well over two hundred people of the family the theater family and I think for a lot of people we go to the theater see the ushers. We see the orchestra. We see the actors. We don't think about all the people that it takes just took example and the audience an example of what we're talking about who are the people behind the scenes? Well, you you know, you want to have the entire marketing staffs. You have the tire entire theater services staff. You have the entire catering staff. You have all of the actors you have all of the stagehands you have the teams whose unload the truck you mentioned the ushers. These people were here with us, you know, twenty-four-seven all of these years and and we've never been shot this long ever in our entire history in this building has been around to almost a hundred years as you know, so I thought it was extremely hard and a lot of those people made their living in this field and they are still unemployed and that's a very sad thing off. I've got to ask you before we wrap as well Joe about the work you've done and where we're going with government or public sector private sector cooperation. I mean that God we've had support in some areas for the Arts. But as we all know that one of the first things to get cut what what's going on currently in the city of Boston that you can report on well, I guess as you know on my second love of life besides the Arts as politics cuz they got play it everyday, right? And so I spend a great deal of my time lobbing both at the city level and certainly here in the state level with the governor and our legislature that the Arts are important and they are exposed to our soul and I believe the Arts keeps the civilized society. So we gotta fund it and we can't take it for granted and it's a huge wage. Streets and it generates a huge amount of economic impact for all of the cities that were involved in and you know, so right now I'm you know, cuz the state is working on an economic stimulus bill that we hope concludes some Arts funding in it, you know, I helped develop over the years which is come to it was a great thing. We.

"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Ever and I really hope we never go through it again, you know, it's funny about five or six years ago when I had the pleasure of getting my friend Ernie Boch Jr. To agree to be the sponsor of the center. He said to me Jo so listen, you know, what could shut the theater down and I said the time well perhaps, you know, we have a fire and it burns down and you know, it's pretty hard to rebuild the Wang theater. It's a national story. Mark and so on on and the other is we could go bankrupt I guess or or competition changes or the entertainment stuff changes, but see I don't think there is anything and then I said, yes, ma'am. The only thing I can think of is a pandemic and we both laughed and here we are facing this incredible problem. We're we're off our industry was the first to close and going to be the last to reopen that's right. I was just talking on another podcast with a gal by the name of Jessica genic. She's a Broadway producer for many years and the one that she told me to take away was of all people of all organizations of all groups to come up with creative ways to sort of get something done. It's the people in theater and that's the case with used before we talk more about you and what you've been up to Let's jump right into this Ghostlight campaign the Ghostlight series, which is terrific concept Jordan. It's it's you know, when when the Panthers just happened and we were all forced to shut on March twelve the center not only had its entire performance schedules in both theaters completely come to birth. Fault, but right at that time, I was diagnosed with covid-19 myself and so was my wife and I hear you were extremely ill for about a month it took us to get over it and yet at the same time, I had to let go 275 family members and I consider them family members all the people that worked for us here in both of our theaters and at that time on both theaters were very active in sway. We let all people going and at that time we also had to shut down the hall of fame which was on a on a real roll at this moment and we were getting ready to open a Bob Dylan exhibit in a Bruce Springsteen exhibit and the tours were going well having it came to a complete halt but what we decided to do was support a lot of our Brethren, so obviously there were dead. Live streaming going on at past scenes. They were live streaming going on and our friends at the Cabbage theater and Beverly and others around the United States like the folk Alliance or them are kind of music festival and we really didn't do anything for ourselves at that point except launch a campaign that said that Arts can heal. Well as time went on I finally decided that we really needed to do something and you know, we came up with this plan to do the Ghostlight series and if your audiences don't know what a ghost line is, it's been in theaters for centuries and at the end of every night before the last person goes home at all standing lamp is brought out to the edge of the stage is plugged in with an extension cord. It has no shade and a light bulb and it's called ghost light now it was, you know rumored that this would protect the actors and allow the ghosts and the phone number. After all these used to play around but the most important thing was that a theater never goes dark. So we decided to do the Ghostlight series and use the Ghostlight as the home as the you know, the symbol and major artists, like people saw on on September 25th with a mammals and others have come in they play on the stage with no one in the seats 3500 empty seats and they perform acoustically no production sound. No, no, no lighting no spotlights and they just perform acoustically and it's been really terrific and we've gotten a lot of attention across the country for it and it's to go off so that you know the Arts to heal and then we'll be back and you also have a connection with New England cable news a very popular in a very important news source in town. Tell us about that with and that was the birth. One of things that sort of made me want to go in this direction. There's you know, when you notice that the live streaming was sort of getting over saturated and the amount of wage ordinance members that were actually watching it on people's, you know, YouTube channels or FaceTime Twitter or whatever. It was. I needed to see if we could find a lot of eyeballs. And since we were kids, you know, we're the largest non-profit Performing Arts Center in all of New England. We wanted to support all of our sisters and brothers of artists in New England. So Thursday the fact that we were able to convince NECN without much effort to be honest that this was a great idea. We are now broadcasting all of these in a half hour show off beginning last Friday or Friday the September 25th, and it's on every other week on Friday nights at 7:30 and it's a half hour show and Thursday. Broadcast in Maine is broadcast in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. That's outstanding. We're talking with Joe Spalding president CEO of the box center. And what's really interesting in reading the history in your history Jill is how much Boston since your rain has begun? How much Boston has been a player in terms of Broadway including shows that you've actually produced including shows that have started at the Wang or now the box enter talk a little bit about that growth in Boston's input world. You know, I'm I'm just starting Jordan in its most incredible. My 35th year is the CEO here and so obviously witnessed a lot of things over the last thirty-five years, but you know, we did get into the Broadway business and we were able to back in the late eighties and nineties proved that Boston could be an incredible Broadway Town. It is subsequently changed a lot since then during this Thursday. No, but back in those days, you know, you could run Phantom of the Opera for four months. You could run, you know rent for a full year. You could run all these big shows that we did for long periods of time. And so that force is to say well listen. Well, let's get into producing some of these that we might be able to have worldwide rights to which we did informing elephant. I am and we developed The Addams Family and the biggest success one. We had was American in Paris, which was a gigantic success for us worldwide that said today just like wage thing else Broadway is shut down and the only thing that's changed now in Broadway is the expense of mounting these Productions have gone through the roof Jordan. It's very hard to capitalize nowadays. And I think that the the the style of Broadway audiences in my personal opinion are getting old. Yep. And not younger and certainly Hamilton which we were involved in very much help that but you know, it's going to be interesting to see how long way comes back when we finally all reopen sometime. We hope in Twenty-One. Well, it's funny. You mentioned shows like that. I was thinking of dear Evan Hansen. I was thinking of Jagged Little Pill these are very contemporary shows, but they still follow the same framework of dance and music and comedy and Pathos and I think the writing is so good with some of these Productions in the Productions themselves. Are you excited about when we reopen whenever that is people are just starving for live entertainment. I would agree and all the studies say that we are tremendously optimistic, but you have to remember Jordan we will have had Let's Pretend We're going to open in September of 21 and cuz that's what yep Modeling at the moment. Hopefully it'll be sooner but that's what we're looking at. And that means we will been shut from March of.

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"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Burns down and you know, it's pretty hard to rebuild the Wang theater. It's a national story. Mark and so on on and the other is we could go bankrupt I guess or or competition changes or the entertainment stuff changes, but see I don't think there is anything and then I said, yes, ma'am. The only thing I can think of is a pandemic and we both laughed and here we are facing this incredible problem. We're we're off our industry was the first to close and going to be the last to reopen that's right. I was just talking on another podcast with a gal by the name of Jessica genic. She's a Broadway producer for many years and the one that she told me to take away was of all people of all organizations of all groups to come up with creative ways to sort of get something done. It's the people in theater and that's the case with used before we talk more about you and what you've been up to Let's jump right into this Ghostlight campaign the Ghostlight series, which is terrific concept Jordan. It's it's you know, when when the Panthers just happened and we were all forced to shut on March twelve the center not only had its entire performance schedules in both theaters completely come to birth. Fault, but right at that time, I was diagnosed with covid-19 myself and so was my wife and I hear you were extremely ill for about a month it took us to get over it and yet at the same time, I had to let go 275 family members and I consider them family members all the people that worked for us here in both of our theaters and at that time on both theaters were very active in sway. We let all people going and at that time we also had to shut down the hall of fame which was on a on a real roll at this moment and we were getting ready to open a Bob Dylan exhibit in a Bruce Springsteen exhibit and the tours were going well having it came to a complete halt but what we decided to do was support a lot of our Brethren, so obviously there were dead. Live streaming going on at past scenes. They were live streaming going on and our friends at the Cabbage theater and Beverly and others around the United States like the folk Alliance or them are kind of music festival and we really didn't do anything for ourselves at that point except launch a campaign that said that Arts can heal. Well as time went on I finally decided that we really needed to do something and you know, we came up with this plan to do the Ghostlight series and if your audiences don't know what a ghost line is, it's been in theaters for centuries and at the end of every night before the last person goes home at all standing lamp is brought out to the edge of the stage is plugged in with an extension cord. It has no shade and a light bulb and it's called ghost light now it was, you know rumored that this would protect the actors and allow the ghosts and the phone number. After all these used to play around but the most important thing was that a theater never goes dark. So we decided to do the Ghostlight series and use the Ghostlight as the home as the you know, the symbol and major artists, like people saw on on September 25th with a mammals and others have come in they play on the stage with no one in the seats 3500 empty seats and they perform acoustically no production sound. No, no, no lighting no spotlights and they just perform acoustically and it's been really terrific and we've gotten a lot of attention across the country for it and it's to go off so that you know the Arts to heal and then we'll be back and you also have a connection with New England cable news a very popular in a very important news source in town. Tell us about that with and that was the birth. One of things that sort of made me want to go in this direction. There's you know, when you notice that the live streaming was sort of getting over saturated and the amount of wage ordinance members that were actually watching it on people's, you know, YouTube channels or FaceTime Twitter or whatever. It was. I needed to see if we could find a lot of eyeballs. And since we were kids, you know, we're the largest non-profit Performing Arts Center in all of New England. We wanted to support all of our sisters and brothers of artists in New England. So Thursday the fact that we were able to convince NECN without much effort to be honest that this was a great idea. We are now broadcasting all of these in a half hour show off beginning last Friday or Friday the September 25th, and it's on every other week on Friday nights at 7:30 and it's a half hour show and Thursday. Broadcast in Maine is broadcast in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. That's outstanding. We're talking with Joe Spalding president CEO of the box center. And what's really interesting in reading the history in your history Jill is how much Boston since your rain has begun? How much Boston has been a player in terms of Broadway including shows that you've actually produced including shows that have started at the Wang or now the box enter talk a little bit about that growth in Boston's input world. You know, I'm I'm just starting Jordan in its most incredible. My 35th year is the CEO here and so obviously witnessed a lot of things over the last thirty-five years, but you know, we did get into the Broadway business and we were able to back in the late eighties and nineties proved that Boston could be an incredible Broadway Town. It is subsequently changed a lot since then during this Thursday. No, but back in those days, you know, you could run Phantom of the Opera for four months. You could run, you know rent for a full year. You could run all these big shows that we did for long periods of time. And so that force is to say well listen. Well, let's get into producing some of these that we might be able to have worldwide rights to which we did informing elephant. I am and we developed The Addams Family and the biggest success one. We had was American in Paris, which was a gigantic success for us worldwide that said today just like wage thing else Broadway is shut down and the only thing that's changed now in Broadway is the expense of mounting these Productions have gone through the roof Jordan. It's very hard to capitalize nowadays. And I think that the the the style of Broadway audiences in my personal opinion are getting old. Yep. And not younger and certainly Hamilton which we were involved in very much help that but you know, it's going to be interesting to see how long way comes back when we finally all reopen sometime. We hope in Twenty-One. Well, it's funny. You mentioned shows like that. I was thinking of dear Evan Hansen. I was thinking of Jagged Little Pill these are very contemporary shows, but they still follow the same framework of dance and music and comedy and Pathos and I think the writing is so good with some of these Productions in the Productions themselves. Are you excited about when we reopen whenever that is people are just starving for live entertainment. I would agree and all the studies say that we are tremendously optimistic, but you have to remember Jordan we will have had Let's Pretend We're going to open in September of 21 and cuz that's what yep Modeling at the moment. Hopefully it'll be sooner but that's what we're looking at. And that means we will been shut from March of.

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"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Hello and welcome to on Mike with Jordan Rich, you know when it comes to theater and entertainment in the Boston area and quite frankly beyond the name Josiah Spaulding is very well known and certainly well respected since nineteen eighty-seven Josiah has served as president and chief executive officer of the bach Performing Arts Center in Boston formerly known as the Wang center of the city center. It's one of the nation's leading cultural institutions. Also under Jose per view as a classic the Shubert Theater in Boston Josiah Spaulding has led his team in launching major musicals and pretend.

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"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"spaulding" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"To on Mike with Jordan Rich, you know when it comes to theater and entertainment in the Boston area and quite frankly beyond the name Josiah Spaulding is very well known and certainly well respected since nineteen eighty-seven Josiah has served as president and chief executive officer of the bach Performing Arts Center in Boston formerly known as the Wang center of the city center. It's one of the nation's leading cultural institutions. Also under Jose per view as a classic the Shubert Theater in Boston Josiah Spaulding has led his team in launching major musicals and pretend Jaws done more.

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Two Chicago Police Officers Shot; Offender Also Wounded Near Polk St and Spaulding Ave

Great Outdoors with Charlie Potter

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Two Chicago Police Officers Shot; Offender Also Wounded Near Polk St and Spaulding Ave

"Fire were telling you about earlier this morning Thunder Control now but it collapsed the roof of a factory out in Pullman factory on 103rd Street down the road from Corless High School. The Chicago Fire Department responded to the fire around 12 30. It's as crews had the fire under control A couple hours later. See FD says. There were no injuries.

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"spaulding" Discussed on I Run Because

I Run Because

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"spaulding" Discussed on I Run Because

"This time we've like many chapters. We've been doing like a weekly Zoom. And people are coming out of the woodwork that we've never met before, and we just pick up a conversation like we've been best friends for years. And it's it's. It's what connects us. It's the the community. It's the family mentality. It's supporting others and being part of this organization, which I'm I'm so blessed to be part of Erin last night. Quick Story, so we were on the zoom with one of our members. The week before he had a very difficult time they had. Something happens, routine was off, and he really had like a little breakdown on soon, so joe and I were worried about him. Upset about him, wrote his mom. He was fine so the next week. This gentleman was on zoom with us, and he was happy waving to us, so he mentioned something about making Blueberry Muffins, so we texted his mom and we were saying. Can we just stop by? And we were teasing this gentleman about? We WanNA come over and take his muffins, so we ended up going to his house shortly after the zoom meeting and he came outside, he was like I just saw you on onsumer like it was just. It was adorable and it's just. It's just what we do to try to stay connected. Try to find ways to like you know. Just make everybody feel. Okay acid? Were delicious, but it was so cute because we literally left our house in right to his house. It was very pugh. That's I love story yeah. Just, trying to find little things to do because it is difficult to you know. His mom says he hasn't run since when not? He can't run without a guide and she said that you know he just. Had you know she's keeping busy Zuma in the basement, but we're looking forward to the day. Where we could you know hopefully. Get out there with him again. So soon hopefully. I love hearing your story Erin. Of all the selfishly all the time that we've talked and all the Times that we I've emailed you in just the utter panic of I don't know what to do as as planning for the race. I never knew your story, and I'm so glad that you got to share it with us. Oh? You're welcome, and you know what I'll send you a link. There's actually my stories out there. CIGNA had me part of their. Go you national campaign. Again. It's one of those like La Cox Janet. Things like how I became the President Van. The next thing I, know I'm like part of this national campaign. I just thought they were gonNA like some a little like quick video. They're setting tents in my yard. There's a camera crew following me around and the next thing you know boom and I think they called my story. The road home kind of a nod to the running, and just the journey that I was back to getting. The piece of that y back right that piece of me back soil Share the link with you. Please do please. So we're GONNA move into our last segment and my lovely wife here has it's. It's called our finish line questions and she's GonNa. Hit you it. Some rapid fire questions are. Put Your seatbelt on now Aaron, you answer these either way like as runner yourself or as somebody. That's running the group. Okay. Does that make sense? Right it makes sense. I guess. I asked the question. You'll be able to figure no right or wrong, and there is no right answer although we will hit the Buzzer Long. Maybe it could be personal league, or it could be like as as you run the organization with okay. Just because I, no says okay ready. I'm ready. All. Right here we go..

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"spaulding" Discussed on I Run Because

I Run Because

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"spaulding" Discussed on I Run Because

"The coolest thing when I graduated Rehab, she had received this trophy when she the first New York City Marathon and it was a it was like a little bronze sculpture of a runner. Right on a on a base. And attached to the base by foot Reina sneaker, but had broken. And literally my graduation day, she brought that into my room. And she's like you're going home and I know you're going to run again and all these races you want you WanNa. Do I know you're GonNa be in them some day. Just like giving you this runner when I did my first marathon. In New York, my family gave it to me. Years I threw it in the closet. It broke. It reminds me of you. She's like. You fell off your base your little wobbly. Balance. She's like. I want you to take this and when you're standing upright again and you're running I. Want you to glue the runner back to the base. And I'm like volleying and she's falling in my family's balling. By took that home and I, I kept khanate stand and. I actually because you know even though I got back into running. For some reason I I don't know. either. I forgot because I. You know member got dinged on the head. But I never, I never be attached it. Still to this day to this day now, so now flash forward to about six months ago. I met somebody in Rehab, so we get referrals now from all over. And his this man who is in this Rehab Facility. His son works for Cigna one of the big sponsors of Achilles rate. and. His Dad had bosses leg and he was in this Rehab. Facility and he was down that Rabbit Hole Joe Right and He knows that Achilles through cigna and he's like. Can You go meet my dad? And Todd Kelly's and maybe this is the hope that he needs to. You know to get through his Rehab and to get back active again in so Johnny Griffin and I from headquarters we when we met him, and I dug that statue out. Still my nightstand, but it was in a drawer. And I thought. This is the perfect time to pass this on out. It's great, and so we went in, we met. His name is Bruce and we went into Rehab. And I told him. You know a similar story. What I'm saying now here with you tonight. And took that statue out of the bag, and I said I. This is now me giving this to you and use some day will be able to. Get through your rehab to you know. Get on your journey, and this is here to remind you as then. We're all bawling again. Can't we hope. At the next Connecticut hope impossible by natural.

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Erin Spaulding, Connecticut - Achilles International CT

I Run Because

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Erin Spaulding, Connecticut - Achilles International CT

"The coolest thing when I graduated Rehab, she had received this trophy when she the first New York City Marathon and it was a it was like a little bronze sculpture of a runner. Right on a on a base. And attached to the base by foot Reina sneaker, but had broken. And literally my graduation day, she brought that into my room. And she's like you're going home and I know you're going to run again and all these races you want you WanNa. Do I know you're GonNa be in them some day. Just like giving you this runner when I did my first marathon. In New York, my family gave it to me. Years I threw it in the closet. It broke. It reminds me of you. She's like. You fell off your base your little wobbly. Balance. She's like. I want you to take this and when you're standing upright again and you're running I. Want you to glue the runner back to the base. And I'm like volleying and she's falling in my family's balling. By took that home and I, I kept khanate stand and. I actually because you know even though I got back into running. For some reason I I don't know. either. I forgot because I. You know member got dinged on the head. But I never, I never be attached it. Still to this day to this day now, so now flash forward to about six months ago. I met somebody in Rehab, so we get referrals now from all over. And his this man who is in this Rehab Facility. His son works for Cigna one of the big sponsors of Achilles rate. and. His Dad had bosses leg and he was in this Rehab. Facility and he was down that Rabbit Hole Joe Right and He knows that Achilles through cigna and he's like. Can You go meet my dad? And Todd Kelly's and maybe this is the hope that he needs to. You know to get through his Rehab and to get back active again in so Johnny Griffin and I from headquarters we when we met him, and I dug that statue out. Still my nightstand, but it was in a drawer. And I thought. This is the perfect time to pass this on out. It's great, and so we went in, we met. His name is Bruce and we went into Rehab. And I told him. You know a similar story. What I'm saying now here with you tonight. And took that statue out of the bag, and I said I. This is now me giving this to you and use some day will be able to. Get through your rehab to you know. Get on your journey, and this is here to remind you as then. We're all bawling again. Can't we hope. At the next Connecticut hope impossible by natural.

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Erin Spaulding, Connecticut - Achilles International CT

I Run Because

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Erin Spaulding, Connecticut - Achilles International CT

"The coolest thing when I graduated Rehab, she had received this trophy when she the first New York City Marathon and it was a it was like a little bronze sculpture of a runner. Right on a on a base. And attached to the base by foot Reina sneaker, but had broken. And literally my graduation day, she brought that into my room. And she's like you're going home and I know you're going to run again and all these races you want you WanNa. Do I know you're GonNa be in them some day. Just like giving you this runner when I did my first marathon. In New York, my family gave it to me. Years I threw it in the closet. It broke. It reminds me of you. She's like. You fell off your base your little wobbly. Balance. She's like. I want you to take this and when you're standing upright again and you're running I. Want you to glue the runner back to the base. And I'm like volleying and she's falling in my family's balling. By took that home and I, I kept khanate stand and. I actually because you know even though I got back into running. For some reason I I don't know. either. I forgot because I. You know member got dinged on the head. But I never, I never be attached it. Still to this day to this day now, so now flash forward to about six months ago. I met somebody in Rehab, so we get referrals now from all over. And his this man who is in this Rehab Facility. His son works for Cigna one of the big sponsors of Achilles rate. and. His Dad had bosses leg and he was in this Rehab. Facility and he was down that Rabbit Hole Joe Right and He knows that Achilles through cigna and he's like. Can You go meet my dad? And Todd Kelly's and maybe this is the hope that he needs to. You know to get through his Rehab and to get back active again in so Johnny Griffin and I from headquarters we when we met him, and I dug that statue out. Still my nightstand, but it was in a drawer. And I thought. This is the perfect time to pass this on out. It's great, and so we went in, we met. His name is Bruce and we went into Rehab. And I told him. You know a similar story. What I'm saying now here with you tonight. And took that statue out of the bag, and I said I. This is now me giving this to you and use some day will be able to. Get through your rehab to you know. Get on your journey, and this is here to remind you as then. We're all bawling again. Can't we hope. At the next Connecticut hope impossible by natural.

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"spaulding" Discussed on I Run Because

I Run Because

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"spaulding" Discussed on I Run Because

"Are you. Hi good evening. I'm great how are you guys doing. Good good welcome thank you. Thanks so much for joining us. So we're going to dive right into this erin so aaron your the chapter leader for achilles connecticut right. That is correct. So why don't you start with. How did you become the leader. How long have you been the chapter leader and if you want. Tell us a little bit about achilles connecticut as well okay well so it starts with a funny story. I'd be rights. I became the chapter president here in connecticut literally in the back of a van. I like to things out of the back ever in wait a second. This is great. Okay right okay. Gets better so i was in a van being driven by janet paton director of the achilles freedom team and i just finished the walt disneyworld half marathon in two thousand thirteen with achilles. It was my second event as achilles athlete with them. And i went down to disney. Did the half marathon with two guides janet's driving back to the airport. I love achilles. I'm love disney. On cloud nine and i think i asked the question. Only cox i think was also in the van. I think she was the copilot. And i asked the question okay. So i'm going back to connecticut. What's going on in connecticut. And either janet early said not much but you should be the leader. And god's gray. Okay what do i do. And i think literally that was literally how i got my job and then like a couple of weeks later l. a. like emailed me the chapter agreement and it was still riding high from disney. And i signed it and the rest is history that was in february. I think i signed in february two thousand thirteen a month after his name now with somebody running achilles connecticut before you were did you start it off. We kind of in a law at that point it. Actually when i started kind of now getting a little more serious like okay. They weren't kidding. So now i'm running this chapter and really was a revival Because it had actually been founded in the late nineteen eighties. I learned kind of around the time when tricia eilly was recovering at gaylord hospital. Which is the big rehab hospital here in connecticut and it had just kind of started out of the physical therapy department gaylord and tricia would run with them on the weekends. And so over the years flash forward you know there had been some people kind of the home and it was waxing and waning and so that's kind of what either elliott janna answer. Like will you know right now. There's not a lot going on so literally. They handed me or email me spreadsheet with like six names on it and like two were athletes. I think i was number. Three in the athlete list and then a handful of guides and i literally just reached out to them and was like hey and slowly and surely we just kind of started meeting and doing a small group workout and then word of mouth in expanding and flash forward to now twenty twenty and we have close to eighty athletes with all different disabilities and close to two hundred volunteers. Well well then you've done a great job aaron right. I've no idea how that happens all. Because i was in a van. I make a lot of decisions after night of drinking for. I just like if i would ever sign up for just running a club in do you did a great job though. I can't believe members g. That's amazing so aaron. How many years were you part of achilles prior to two thousand thirteen becoming the chapter president..

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"spaulding" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"spaulding" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Even in the south based on an and even out here Spaulding it has reached up to sixty eight the following which develops the Fishman thing anyway from the yes camp just south there pretty much here down the lake so and that's a very normal pattern for these fish is to kind of just staging now twenty to thirty feet of water I'm still running in close for the first hour and then I'm out to twenty to thirty feet of water still running top lines and I'll drop my leads to you know eight ten feet and as the sun rises the fish have gone a little bit deeper on the flat water so your your your your your fish Val you're fishing basically in the top ten feet in the morning yes mmhm okay and then and when the sun on the debate on is eighteen feet on a ninety degree day works warm in the morning in the waters like Blas I've gone down to eighteen feet all right and that's kind of unusual for you know where it keeps them in the top but it has a lot to do with the flat water in the sun sure sure so just a variety of lures and flies what do you use them specifically you know the most consistently catching terminal tackle for me as the orange J. fare trolling fly on a top line and then the red gold Thomas blowing on always steals my deal it's it's fame money than it is for hardware for the last probably five six years L. okay there you have it how's the whole the the crowds up there how's the RV park during their Spalding United RV park is doing fairly good but we're not we're definitely open for business we're still watching in Spalding is still gonna clean it just be careful of the bigger the boat the higher your motor it's got to be over the channel but I'm I'm thinking we know we'll get we'll get through a few more weeks before we really have to be careful yeah you know the lake elevation is still around five oh nine five G. which is you know with our previous elevation all probably three years ago so we know we came up a couple years and now we're going back down again so yeah well that's the eight winners and all that that's the story eagle lake of that though absolutely yup your K. Val are you keeping your website fish what the heck is it in eagle lake fishing dot net what I get out absolutely I've been pretty busy with care giving for a friend and run under doctor's appointments which to me is very important there are a lot but will be on the lake basically ten out of the next fourteen days so you know I'm on the air I got my friends out station and doing what I'm telling them and what they can't catch a first checks back and forth which is what I do if if you're not sure what you're doing so I can fix it the outfit so it's not fun yeah now so but one thing I can say about that Thomas point lower is that the harder my rod tip bounces the battered east fish like it and my heaviest bounce on that lower familiar rod is at one point eight one point nine miles an hour and when I get that right two thousand I just say okay watch the logs and whatever the second phone Val thank you that's a great tip I will be checking with you in the upcoming weeks I know you'll all you'll be on top of things thanks for calling in this morning you betcha thank you and good luck to everybody out there okay bye bye Val Val are breathing again that's eagle lake fishing dot net now after the break we're gonna talk to Derren row up in Klamath falls Oregon it's the new normal.

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Hair Club for Men founder -- and client - Sy Sperling dies

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Hair Club for Men founder -- and client - Sy Sperling dies

"His face and his hair were on TV in commercials in the nineteen eighties mostly during late night I'm size Sperling president of hair club for men in the late sixties Spaulding was getting frustrated with two pace he perfected a system where a nylon mesh cap was glued to the scalp the business took off commercials featured before and after photos these men are actual plans not models the men like you discover that you don't need drugs or chemicals surgery Americal to have a full head of hair the ads would end with sy Sperling proclaiming I'm not only they have a president I'm also client Sperling sold the business in two thousand he died in Florida at seventy eight I'm a Donahue

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"spaulding" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"spaulding" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The new center I'm Mike Spaulding just the snow's nearly melted off in Milwaukee another band is on the way storm team four meteorologist Brian this man is in a Whopper of a snow storm but certainly a note worthy one and we haven't shoveled in awhile and it's gonna be somewhat heavy stuff to shovel as well with temperatures climbing above the freezing mark by the afternoon and even some rain maybe mix in itself in a walk a winter storm warning does going to affect for find a lack county at nine o'clock this morning a five year old boy is dead shot and killed early Saturday at the Mayfair apartment complex on Milwaukee S. north side police say they were called the complex down along north lover's lane road at about one o'clock in the morning when they found the boy suffering from a gunshot wound the two people were taken into custody meanwhile Milwaukee alderman Bob Donovan calling for the community to step up in the wake of the boy's death going to take a lot of us stepping up to the plate it's going to take the faith community it's going to take the business community the philanthropic community it's gonna take individuals who really say enough's enough since the start of twenty nineteen in Milwaukee county three kids under the age of eleven have been killed after falling victim to gun violence the boxer again joining the Sacramento Kings for the second team up for change of that which is set to take place today and tomorrow at Pfizer forum Bucks vice president of corporate sponsor the Arvin Koppel entry I'm tells WTMJ it's an opportunity to use their platform to talk about prison reform and social change often bring different members of our community together to have some tough conversations ultimately help us grow and get better at the society some of the events will be able to watch online for the Bucks website and their social media pages in sports the box top the magic one eleven to ninety five in Orlando Saturday afternoon the Bucks are back in action tomorrow when they take on the kings in college hoops the Duke blue devils done the North Carolina Tar Heels in overtime ninety eight to ninety six and a pair of buzzer beaters the Wisconsin Badgers back in action this afternoon against Ohio state well the Marquette golden eagles take on Butler that game can be heard starting at eleven o'clock over I I'm ninety four five ESPN strong team for weather forecaster WTMJ fleet farms storm team alert in effect at nine o'clock this morning a winter storm warning will go into effect for fondle lack county that'll last until nine PM tonight the winter weather advisory for elsewhere across southeast Wisconsin including the walkie died Sheboygan Washington Ozaki Jefferson and walk a shot counties that will run from nine AM until nine PM tonight snow accumulation is possible through the afternoon today with the snow fall this morning two to four inches likely a high thirty five degrees tonight mostly cloudy a low around sixteen tomorrow and I start to the week mostly sunny a high of thirty two degrees from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center I'm Mike Spaulding.

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The Green and White Tin Grille That Inspired Me

Talking Mopars

06:30 min | 2 years ago

The Green and White Tin Grille That Inspired Me

"I've mentioned on this podcast that in addition to my project car dart not I also have a project truck a seventy six dodge d. one hundred and this is the story of a truck that I call low par by this portion of the episode. You probably already know that I call nineteen seventy to nineteen eighty dodge trucks tin grills. It's the affectionate name that was coined by my friend. Paul for these trucks and I've always liked him. But I never actually considered buying one for a project until I saw one at a car show. Oh that changed my mind entirely. It was the same month. That I started the Mope one hundred facebook page and I was at a good guys car show in Puyallup Washington when I saw a tin grill. That really really inspired me to get one for myself. I was going so these shows are so big that what I do. Typically unless something catches my eye I just focus on the Mo Mo par partaking pictures on sometimes talking owners so I was going Mo- part of Mo- par checking out the cars and taking pictures pictures when I saw a green and white tin grill. That had the coolest concept I had ever seen on an old dodge truck. What the owner did was he made? Aided a tribute to Mr norms grant spaulding dodge. And what I mean by that. Is He lettered this truck up to look like an old shop truck with weathered looking door or logos and other PATINA. Did you know weathered look lettering on the tailgate vendors in bed Another cool little detail was that he had the little grand spaulding style cartoon Ram on the Front of the fenders. So if you didn't know any better when you saw this truck you would think it was a legitimate truck. DOC from grand spaulding dodge so it looked like if Mr Norm had a shop truck or apart struck this is what he would drive for. This is what the parts runner would drive so for me. Being a big fan of Mr Norm and his work. I was absolutely blown away by this truck. It was so cool. I was just drooling over at taking pictures and just thinking to myself. Wow what an awesome idea and and it was executed so well the Patina on the lettering and just the truck as a whole was done very well and it remains one of my favorite trucks to this very day I briefly spoke with the owner and expressed my love for this truck to them and told them what an amazing you know. What an amazing build he accomplished? I actually thought it was a real Mr Norm truck like looking at it like you could have told me that. That's really really grand spaulding shop truck. I would have believed you. That's how good this was done. The owner of the truck. His name's Murray He's from British Columbia Canada. He came up with the concept and built the truck as a tribute to grant spaulding dodge and Mr Norm and let me just say that he absolutely nailed it. This truck was great. I would go as far as to say that. I've never been so affected by any other truck in my life all the trucks. I've seen that are really cool. This truck truck left the biggest impact on me. I I'm not just saying that. For dramatic effect. Everything about the truck was awesome and without oh getting into too much detail about it. Because I'm actually friends with Murray now and I plan on having him on a direct connections episode of this show so I what I will say is the truck was a beautiful two-tone J. Three citerne metallic green with white tastefully lowered with a strong little three Sixty v eight it had had twenty inch wheels and had some really cool other touches like accustomed front lip spoiler that was tuck nicely under the front bumper. which was actually custom on the front? Bumper was actually customized to the house to round Amber Marker Lights which I thought was a really cool detail because you know details like that. A lot of people would overlook but if you really know these trucks go that. That's pretty cool. Oh I've never seen that done before so that was pretty cool and I. I was never really a expert on these trucks. So the little things that stood out to somebody who was I was familiar with wasn't an expert but there are certain little things about the truck that were just standing out in at first looking at it I was like there's something about this truck that's completely different. And the more you looked data more little things you would see so he also had a rear bumper. The the nonstop cromer bumper from Aram charger and it was nicely. talked into the bed. which you know is another cool little detail the the details of the trucker just really cool and Murray actually even had a custom? Tim Dealer Sticker made that was weathered to match the rest of the PATINA. Look on the truck so on the on the tailgate on the corner the upper corner of the tailgate of this truck. It had a black can white grand spaulding dodge Chicago Illinois sticker and it was perfectly whether to look like it had been on this truck since the mid Seventies. I thought it was so cool. The truck is in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy Eight Dodge D. One hundred and when I saw it originally actually had a seventy two grill on it because sorry Murray if this is a big secret but good guys had a year cutoff. So in order to Seventy eight and at the time. They weren't leading cars that new into the show so he puts a seventy two grill on it and Walla. He's in so he snuck his way in. And that's okay that that show was better having that truck in it so you know if good guys ever gets word of that. Hey good guys relax okay. They actually they upped the year range. I'm sure it was because a lot of the GM guys you know the C ten guys and those g body guys. They're probably crying moaning about not being able to get their seat ends ends in and they're they're little. Gee Bodies in so now it's up to like eighty seven so if you have anything pre eighty seven you can take it to that show anyways. Let's get back to subject here. I've never seen another bill quite like it and I don't know if it's just because I'm a moped nostalgia guy or what. The charges just awesome. I'm actually say I'm GonNa Post more pictures of this truck but it's so cool. It deserves more views so be sure to check that out. I think I'M GONNA have to carve my own path and do my own thing with my truck but I will say that it will remain one of my favorite trucks to this day.

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Packers get 10th win, defeat Redskins 20-15

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

02:59 min | 2 years ago

Packers get 10th win, defeat Redskins 20-15

"All right so if you were paying attention yesterday to the and a half of al you saw the Packers beat the Redskins at Lambeau field I I watch that game and it's interesting we are a ten win team Michael Spaulding but people still a little bit so tense little uneasy as we head into our next game of Chicago Bears next Sunday at Lambeau field yeah twenty to fifteen yesterday wasn't a pretty game but it was a win significance in the fact that it's a double digit win season it also gave metal for his tenth win as the head coach becoming the first Packers first year first time coach in Packers history with ten wins years before after the game ever apologize for winning we're always going to feel great about winning but you always want to go out there and put your best performance out there and you know I I think there is there's more out there for that for us log but when yeah it was not a pretty well as Aaron Rodgers sentimental for sentence and several others and then like and an endless string of sports writers in the sports commentators maybe we shouldn't complain they're the they're in the second seat position for the NFC that means that we get a first round bye in the whole state the second round playoff game those are all great things here's my thing now as a fan I'm happy they have ten wins but as a fan I'm also concerned about the state of the team when they struggle for example we've been complaining for the last fifteen weeks are solved I'm going back in the preseason lack of return game we complain about it finally yesterday we saw punt returner come on the field could actually gained positive yards for the first time this season and I into some other areas in the team that I concerned about which is their secondary some of the other things that they do Dave not getting down the offense of line that's legitimate concerns was so I appreciate the ten wins and I love the fact that meant the Florida as as first year as head coach is able to knock it out of the park already and I think he's got a chance to tie some some NFL records if you can when outs which is three games against the the bears Vikings alliance all NFC north teams if you can do that I think you'd have thirteen wins which I think would break the record or not tie it top tier yeah which I understood and all the other coaches that are on that list most of them are hall of fame coaches yes some of them some of them also looked into a situation Jim Caldwell his first year he had paid many one forty yeah there's always those situations but no I'm not complaining I just wanted to be as good as possible and for all those folks who who like to scold us fans for the in their mind not appreciating the ten win season I appreciate it I also don't want to be scolded about it because when they get to the playoffs are not good enough to beat some of the other teams I think you're gonna be the one that's crime at that time not predicting anything I think they have a great chance long have Aaron Rodgers you can win any game we saw that in twenty ten they ripped through the the road games all the way to the Superbowl and beat Pittsburgh in Dallas so I mean it's all

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"spaulding" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"spaulding" Discussed on WDRC

"The long time since I. it wasn't so much for me. you were one. I wanted to cry right there in the home. watching you know there's nothing you can do nice to people we got a Dodge always been a mess. it's me. I run into this before the only difference was I didn't have you around. one of the to me right tonight because it you narrow minded prayer Spaulding. they had to pry. no no. it wasn't mine. no. I wanted to go with me. the rail head. maybe we're different math. you want me for your life different to them. that's not their fault because a lot of folks there I know why. I smile at him on the street they talked to me. but then I pull that was different I made him uncomfortable yeah well I didn't do a bad job with you are you can look at it. and you can go fight in the whole town either three fellows going to get hurt no I don't want to do that do that he just. lego. medical. they don't mean nothing. you know what it means something to me. what. if you ask me because the dance with you. I knew what was going to happen but it was worth the chance. I thank you for it..

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Alcohol's secondhand effects are more serious than we think, study says

Hammer and Nigel

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Alcohol's secondhand effects are more serious than we think, study says

"So you've heard of second hand smoke right how dangerous secondhand smoke can be to somebody yeah how about secondhand drinking secondhand drinking a new study says that the effects of secondhand drinking has hurt fifty three million Americans now this boy you're probably asking yourself what in the blue hell is secondary drinking according to the study if someone you know someone you love has abused alcohol and there's been a negative consequence that you've had to deal with you've been the victim of secondhand drinking I know you're gonna say like you like when I was a kid my old man use third parties at his house at broad ripple it said his blood wiser down half drink it now and I I took the red like secondary drinking like you left over drinks right balding caddy was it at Spaulding that was at the Country Club people get up on the table CIP the leftover drinks I yeah that was what you're gonna say by secondhand drinking but this okay this makes more sense yes subjects in the study were has to be experienced any of the ten types of harm that alcoholism is brought to their lives in a twelve month period the damages they look for included everything from deal why is traffic accidents physical abuse marital problems property damage financial issues those are all things they put under the umbrella of secondhand drinking if you think you could put a lot of things under that second hand umbrella the like there's a lot of people that have financial problems that have you know this or that but it's not because of so and so being a raging alcoholic is it I don't feel like you can do that with a lot of things I'm stressed at home it's not because Nigel and alcohol it's because night is an A. hole has nothing to do with the fact you drink a lot of booze that's just the way that it it feels like you could throw a lot of stuff under that umbrella just to make your survey

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"spaulding" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

14:42 min | 2 years ago

"spaulding" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Again listeners of radio. Vermont, I'm Jeb. Spaulding, chancellor, Vermont state colleges system sitting in for Dave Graham today. We expect him back on Monday. And that's good news. But I appreciate the opportunity to fill in, and share some exciting news about the Vermont state colleges system, we've talked about our military programming. We've talked about early college. We're now having a conversation with the president of our four institutions, those would be northern Vermont university community college, Vermont, Vermont technical college, and Casselton university. So we have a statewide footprint and confer more degrees. More bachelor's in sociology degrees on an annual basis than all the other colleges and universities in the state combined. So we're very proud of our, our, our ability to serve monitors. And I wanna welcome at this time the president of northern Vermont university, Elaine Collins, good morning, Elaine. Very nice to have you on the air. Thank you for asking me to do this. It's great northern vont university. Hey, what's that? Well, I didn't for my university. We are to unique in vibrant campuses that are located in Johnson and Lyndon Vermont, and we also have a third virtual campus and that is called envy. You online that is the online division of our university envy. You northern Vermont university was created by bringing together formerly Johnson stay college, and Linda stay college, and combining the very best of the nationally recognized liberal arts and professional programs that these campuses offered. We also featured two division, three athletic departments, the Johnson badgers and the Linden Hornets and this past year, the programs vied for a Presidents Cup. And this is a new competition that's intended to develop some friendly, rivalry between these two historically competitive teams and believe it or not. We ended up with a tie perfect. For the first year. How does the president of northern Vermont university deal with the competitions between the badgers and the Hornets? I care for both sides at the same time. I you know, I see wonderful things happening on both sides and whatever happens we win. Right. Do you have to look at it? I I, I was wondering about, you know, how you sort of balanced the one university with to sort of unique cultures and niches these campus. So, for example, you mentioned liberal arts, and the Johnson campuses is the only co plaque campus. In the state of remind you might tell us a little bit about that. And at Linden, of course, they're known for some of their, their professional programs, whether it's music industry are atmospheric sciences are or what have you. How do you balance you know bring everybody to one university, but maintaining separate unique identities? Well, what you mentioned is exactly right. The Johnson campus is noted as the co plaque con campus. And that is the council of public liberal arts colleges. And in fact, this summer in just a few weeks, we will be hosting the annual meeting, bringing in all of the co plaque members to Johnson Vermont for a conference on interdisciplinary education. So I'm really looking forward to that. The Linden campus has nationally recognized professional programs and they are very well known for their electronic journalism programs for their mountain recreation programs for their atmosphere, sciences programs among many, others music, business industry is another one of those of those programs. So it makes sense and what we're doing now is we're also trying to create additional collaborations across the campuses through a exciting new departmental reorganization, that is led by our provost. So we're. Organizing you schools that will include academic departments from both of our campuses. And we're hoping that this new organization will foster more interdisciplinary work between and across Akkad, amac disciplines that's excellent. So what was the, you know, hope for results of the unification of Johnson in Lyndon, and is it working out the way it was intended. I think I think it is working out as it was intended. I mean what we were trying to do is really to get ahead of some of the uncertain climate in higher education. I think that we have done that are in almonds, look, strong moving forward. What we also wanted to do is to take some of the savings that we gained through through changing some of our administrative footprint lessening that footprint and moving more supports into the student front. And that is also in process now. That sounds great. So I, I've really been impressed by the. I don't know what you want to call it, but the marketing do north. And you know, you mentioned that enrollment looks good. And I, I was very happy to see the number of applications for both campuses up significantly over the previous year. What, what, what are you trying to convey with the due north northern mine, university length due north was one of the first ways that we really found commonalities across both of our campuses. It was a way that I don't know it kind of reached all of us all of us working on these two campuses, immediately tying together with our local communities. I think we do things a little bit different up here in the north. And we wanted to celebrate that we wanted to really hang our hats on that identity or lame beyond, you know, traditional college or university setting. What is the role of northern university? In the economy and community of the region, where always innovating, we're innovating to ensure that we are producing a strong workforce for our employers in our community. We're trying to develop this Pacific skills that employers are constantly demanding skills, like creativity able students who are able to work in groups who are able to problem solve who are able to research. So we're doing that. We're also promoting innovation through initiatives such as do north co working space, and that is a space that we have now inland and Ville. It is in it is located in the farmer bag bomb factory. And what it is, is it provide office facilities for entrepreneurs and remote workers, so that they can expand their businesses network and collaborate. And so, with this type of initiative envious is. Hoping to revitalize downtown to create a space, degenerate, and support new businesses and also to strengthen the connection between our university and our community. So no doubt that northern university is economic and cultural foundation for the northern region of Mont, and we're very lucky to have your leadership link. What is something that listeners may not know about northern mine university, given this unique history? I don't know very many colleges or universities are able to celebrate three independent anniversaries. So we are planning for three anniversaries moving forward. We celebrate the first anniversary of northern Vermont university, this coming, July first and also in twenty nineteenth. We will be celebrating our one hundred ninety first year in existence. On Johnson, campus and one hundred eight th year of existence at the Lyndon campus. So the point here is well envy us. New our campuses have been around for very long time. That's great. It was a pretty exciting commencement on both campuses. I enjoyed them both. You got a lot of publicity for Cyndi Lauper. That was that was quite a coup. How did you pull that off? Well, Cindy Lapper weather student in the seventies at Johnson state college, and always talked about Johnson. I read about her. Well, I read her autobiography where she mentions Johnson and her experience, there was a very positive experience. So we reached out to her, and she wanted to give back and she came ended. An enemies ING job and I also have to mention on the Linden campus. We were able to get Vermont filmmaker Bess O'Brien. So I thought that was equally strong. We just had an amazing lineup of commencement speakers for this year. So listen listeners wanna have a question for president, Elaine Collins or myself. You can call two four four one seven seven seven or walk. If you're out of town, one eight seven seven to nine one eight two five five Elaine, let's, let's talk about you for a minute. You, you are a creative person yourself. Tell us, you know, your story of life, and how you ended up here in Vermont actually lived in Mont and Powell for a decade in the nineties, I was working in Massachusetts. But I had identified as a Vermont, I show about us, I think of Vermont. So I wanted to live in Vermont. I lived in panel, as I mentioned in panel for many as kind of seen as an extension of Massachusetts, but I really felt that it did introduce me to Vermont lifestyle and quality of life, then moved to Michigan and spent fifteen years in Michigan. But I really was always kind of thinking. About how to come back and give back to Vermont, because I really felt at home here. And so when the opportunity came up for me to serve as the president of Johnson state college initially, and then moving into this unification. I was I was totally excited to come back. Excellent. Lucky to have you. And of course, you didn't know you were going to be, you know, in charge of unifying two campuses into one university with distinct identities and balancing the whole thing. So we're really lucky that you did that I'm wondering, lame as anything that you're especially proud of in the last year, there many things, first of all, I'm just pad of all of our staff, and faculty, who have done so much work to ensure that the move toward the unification went smoothly. They did it through. Additional hours, taking on a digital assignments. They have created a new and amazing general education program that was recently noted by our creditors as a strength of the university. And so we're very excited about that. And as well as our connections to providing strong leadership to our communities for moving the, the economic development efforts forward for all of us. Let's. What are you what, are you really looking forward to because as we move forward into the next economic here. Well, I, I think the most noteworthy is I've, I've already mentioned that we are hosting the cope let conference, so I'm looking forward to that in just a few weeks and the departmental reorganization. But then we also have a an expanded array of envy, you online offerings. So we've just launched our first fully online master's degree, and it is a leadership studies program and is intended to help rising mid career in, in transition or senior professionals who are looking for ways to advance in their organization. So that's for that. Yeah, that's the first and we've also expanded our envy, you online offerings and certificate offering so we now have a criminal Justice program with a concentration in restorative Justice. That is getting a lot of attention. We're offering a sport management concentration as part of our business administration degree, and we now also offer associate's and bachelor's degree in business administration as well as tickets in sustainability and small business management. Unfortunately, I'm going to have to, you know, move right along. But I do want to say I always enjoy visiting both campuses of Lyndon Johnson, and the faculty and staff really care about the students. And that's something that I think we're so lucky for and that oftentimes, you know doesn't happen in a college experience. So I encourage all of the listeners to if they've got so many thinking about college. And by the way, Elaine, we had a conversation in the first hour Daniel bliss was early. College student who really got a tremendous amount of out of early college year, he mentioned, the support of faculty and staff, and that's tested. So listen. If people want to, I guess, the easiest ways just to Google northern Vermont university or northern Vermont EDU, or go to the state college, and you'll see them right up on their hope. They'll have a chance to do it. And Elaine, thanks very much for stopping by this morning. Keep up the great work. And it's my pleasure right now to welcome. Jonathan Spira, who is the chief academic officer, the academic dean at Casselton university. Good morning. Jonathan good morning chance responding. It's nice to have you on the phone, just people know, President Scalfaro would have been on, but she's down at a meeting of the, the athletic conference. I it's the little east conference. Is that right? Well, we'll miss Karen, but we're glad to have you. Thank you. I was hoping for Dave Graham, but I'm happy being viewed by you anyway. I knew you'd be fun. Listen johnson? We actually had an early college student yawn in the first half. Hour name. Sierra Bhuttan, and it was interesting. So she was a resident of Milton. So she was a residential student and is now going into junior year there as a double major and was very very complimentary about early college. How do you see early college fitting into Casselton array of, of offerings for students? We'd love really college program. We're very grateful legislature for helping to fund it on. It's just an amazing opportunity as you heard this morning for students, and their parents to get a year of college under their belt to get a year of funding taken off their worries. And the.

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"spaulding" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"spaulding" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Or social type the old. Okay. And that's great. And are you still in the field or now that you've got you? Learn more about it. You're, you're thinking about doing something else. No, I'm definitely still interested in it. I'm double majoring in that and woke graduate from castle to university in twenty twenty one with a double major. That's us it. So you decided to stay Casselton. Yeah. Now that you've done that you're you're so you're are now and just finished your sophomore year. That, right. Yeah. Okay. And you know what's what, what, what you have to say about casting university's a place to go to college prefer nominal place. All of the faculty are willing to walk with you. And if they have any problems, just go to them and talk to them in nail so understanding and the students are so crying. It's really like a homedale in having family, and I always look on to going back. That's great and do athletics dot casts or or not. Okay. Sounds like you got so many things going on your plenty busy, though. And what advice might you have for students that are maybe concluding their junior year or, or families that are out there with, with either a child or grandchild at might be in their junior year in a similar situation? What advice would you have for them if they're thinking about early college? My advice would be if you're thinking about it. It's likely a phenomenal choice for you. Just go over your reason split and as long as you'll reason good. I definitely say go for it. Okay. That's great. And I look forward to finding out, you know what you're gonna do when you when you graduate, I hope you're planning to stay in Vermont, but minutes big world out there, but there's a lot of demand for social workers in Vermont, and a high need and -solutely. Is that your plan? I haven't really. Like solidified a plan yet, but definitely in my one of the one of the options that I have occurred. Well, listen, thank you very much. I'm going to have to move a log appreciate the time that you gave us this morning. I wish you all the luck. And when you see me wander around the castles and campus please come up and say, alot. Thank you for having okay? This is the Dave Graham show. Jeb Spaulding, chancellor, Vermont state colleges system. I hope you've learned something about early college programs. And if you have children or grandchildren are friends children. Take advantage of it. Look it up. You can just go to our website, ESE dot EDU back after the news with our president.

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"spaulding" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"spaulding" Discussed on KQED Radio

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Bucks clinch first playoff spot of NBA season with win over LeBron's Lakers

The Fix-It Show with Tom Feiza

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Bucks clinch first playoff spot of NBA season with win over LeBron's Lakers

"Mike Spaulding, the bucks season will continue into the post season. Looking again, Dan caldwell-pope in LeBron. The Scott free. Mr. shot doesn't again twenty four to one eighteen bucks. How about that turnover? In three the bugs road success continues. As they match a franchise record winning their tenth straight game away from home beaming. The Lakers in Los Angeles one thirty one to one twenty final score on another night. When Eric Bledsoe took over scoring a game high thirty one points while dishing out five assists in the bucks. Seventh straight win improving a forty eight and fourteen and clinching a spot in the playoffs. Already on

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Major League Baseball will require Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Josh Hader to take sensitivity training

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

03:03 min | 3 years ago

Major League Baseball will require Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Josh Hader to take sensitivity training

"Four thirty two from the. WTMJ breaking news center the brewers a major league. Baseball are responding. To the revelation of racist and anti gay tweets from pitcher Josh, Hader WTMJ, Scott wars has the latest John let's. Start with what major league baseball announced today in a statement they said that the office of the. Commissioner will require, of heater, sensitivity training and participation in MLB's diversity and inclusion initiative had been some talk that he may be would face suspension that will not be the case and then brewers. General manager David Stearns releasing this statement a short time. Later saying in part that those who have come to know Josh hater do not believe that these posts. Represent. His beliefs Stearns will join Wisconsin's? Morning news tomorrow at eight ten I'm Mike Spaulding may. Be, an opportunity for him to show his human brewers reliever Josh hater owning up to his racist and anti-gay tweets in what's amounting to, another case, of what's on the internet is there forever belt. Or in, Lincoln's, Andy, Larson humping that. Coaches parents and anyone who's in a, position of authority your leadership needs to try and. Convey to, a seventeen year old or younger anyone really who's on social media what you put out there, stays out there. And deleting it doesn't mean it. Goes away catering the brewers returned to the field. On Friday I. Commute challenging commute this morning after a complete shutdown of the Marquette, interchange WTMJ's, Tony bedrock live in the breaking news. Center Melissa no injuries are being reported after two vehicles burst into flames when a car slammed into. A construction truck, carrying a, type of road primer it happened just after three this morning along forty-three northbound at wells air Lipsky the Milwaukee fire department says they use an abundance of caution it'll. Take a slightly like hey we're going to settle, stuff That's not there's no joy in that there's even less I think we have a massive lips he says it nearly prompted. Evacuations before they knew a, less, toxic chemical was on board A community group hoping to improve communication between the residents and police in Milwaukee it's an effort to build trust between residents. And law enforcement I'm assuming that it probably will have some some differences. In regards, to what it looks like from the community versus the police. Department to walking community collaborative. Committee chair, markes a Tucker says. The report should be ready for, the common council this fall we hope to get something in the budget for twenty nineteen that's what we're really hoping Tucker says some people are skeptical, there's a lot riding on this and we hope that all of the agencies and the community continue steadfast and be strong throughout this process outside their Wisconsin black historical society in Milwaukee Jane Matenaer. WTMJ, apology from the. Mayor and a settlement from a central Florida's city that. Took issue with a couple's decision to. Have their home painted like a Van Gogh masterpiece starry night WKNO jeez Amanda Castro explains The mural was graffiti Nicole violation and a traffic concern finding the homeowners more than ten thousand dollars they bought a federal lawsuit claiming the city, violated their first and fourteenth amendment rights the city decided to settle the case as part of the agreement the homeowners wanted a public apology from the mayor who calls this unfortunate dispute WTMJ news, time, four thirty.

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Louisville police brace for clash between Occupy ICE and militia group

Red Eye Radio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

Louisville police brace for clash between Occupy ICE and militia group

"A former marquette university professor can go back to his teaching job there wisconsin supreme court ruling in favor of professor john mcadams who says he was fired over a blog post he wrote in two thousand fourteen to get rid of troublesome faculties are who air the dirty linen their institutions mcadam speaking exclusively with wtmj marquette's legal counsel ralf weber tells us the university will abide by the court's decision but says mcadams wasn't fired for blonde posts a tenured professor put a grad student's name and contact information on the internet so that people could go after her that's cyberbullying that's not academic freedom mike spaulding wtmj news the milwaukee sheriff's department is asking for the public's help in searching for a suspect after a woman reported being sexually assaulted in mccarty in west allis thursday night the suspect is described as a black male around thirty years old short hair and goatee if you have any information on this incident please contact the sheriff's department friday's jobs report celebrated with house speaker paul ryan speaks in wisconsin he's campaigning for state senator leia look near who is challenging us senator tammy baldwin people are going back to work companies are moving back to america the military is being rebuilt we are getting it right and we're putting could judges on the bench all over the place ryan speaking at a campaign rally in p walkie this evening getting ready for possible trouble saturday over immigration that being the police in louisville kentucky's says abc's chuck's iverson the militia group the three percenters is planning counter demonstrations as protesters outside the ice officers planned to call for the abolishment of federal immigration police we have good information that some of those planets demonstrate intend to bring guns which is their right as kentucky law allows for people to carry firearms louisville metro police chief steve conrad says they'll also look for two by fours that are being used as a signpost large sticks or other items that could pose a danger some streets would be blocked chuck sivertsen abc news secretary of state mike pompeo was north korea to work on how and win the country will start the process of denuclearization president trump and north korean leader kim jong un set the goal of denuclearization of the korean peninsula during their summit last month pump has been meeting with north korean officials in the capital of pyongyang harley davidson morale is high overseas several thousand motorcycle loyalists are gathering in prague this week celebrate all things hd milwaukee journal sentinel writer rick barrett is.

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Woman missing 10 days found dead in stairwell of Zuckerberg S.F. General Hospital

Morning Edition

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Woman missing 10 days found dead in stairwell of Zuckerberg S.F. General Hospital

"Thousand thirteen the issue has largely broken along party lines until a wave election for democrats last november now nearly two dozen republicans have crossed the aisle to vote to expand democratic governor ralph northern says it is the moral thing to do i really don't want any individual or any family being a position where they're one medical illness away from financial demise northern as confident that he can secure a federal waiver in time for newly eligible virginians to apply for coverage by twenty nineteen the plan requires that virginians must be working or actively seeking work in order to qualify for npr news i'm craig carper in richmond commerce secretary wilbur ross is announcing this hour whether the european union will be exempt from stiff new us tariffs on aluminum and steel exports german chancellor angela merkel said earlier today the e you will respond decisively if it's not exempted this is npr from k q e d news good morning i'm brian watt several city agencies are investigating the discovery of the body of an elderly woman in the stairwell of a building on the sucker berg san francisco general hospital campus yesterday public health spokeswoman rachel cagan says seventy five year old ruby anderson was found in an engineering and maintenance building at around one in the afternoon we're very concerned that this happened we don't know how this woman gained access to the area where she was found and we are absolutely looking into that in thousand thirteen lynne spalding patient was found dead in a stairwell more than two weeks after being reported missing from that hospital at led to security refer reforms at the facility a three million dollar settlement with spaulding family federal investigators say a fire that call caused fifty five million dollars in damage to a concord apartment complex was under construction last month was intentionally set a reward is being offered in the case cake angela corral reports to people were hurt as a result of the three alarm fire which forced the evacuation of two hundred and fifty nearby residents the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives the federal agency helping you investigate the fire says evidence shows it was arson in the investigations ongoing in addition to the twenty five thousand dollar reward atf released surveillance video showing a man who they say is the suspect hopping offensive the construction site and then running away after the fire erupts the.

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Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens charged with felony computer tampering

Sports Central with Greg Matzek

01:59 min | 3 years ago

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens charged with felony computer tampering

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