31 Burst results for "Sudbury"

Alex Trebek's hometown in Canada seeks to honor him in a special way

Donna and Steve

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Alex Trebek's hometown in Canada seeks to honor him in a special way

"Trebek. He is from Canada, A Greater Sudbury, Ontario to be exact, and the city is looking to honor him. In a big way. The mayor proposed that there have been a lot of social media suggestions, putting up a statue of Rebecca mural or naming a library after him. Which I think is the best idea, you know? Yeah, it really gives. It makes sense since he was dedicated to education, So they're going to discuss that at the upcoming City Council meeting. They also want his family to be involved in the decision, but they want to give them time to grieve first fair. Yeah, totally good. That also makes sense. Yes,

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"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:28 min | 2 months ago

"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Congress to provide a trillion dollars in covert relief funds to cities and pounds. That was the point of discussion during an event held in Lawrence. Earlier after this earlier this afternoon, the mayor says that when the first round of the leaf came in, people used it to go and buy milk. It's not like before people would take their money and hide it in their mattresses. I don't need their pillows or coffee jars. People are taking that money and they're going to pay rent with it. They're going to go out and buy food with it. They're gonna pay their You know, tuition for school. They're gonna put gas in their cars and pay the car payment. Senator and Marquis was also at the event and spoke about the ongoing battle over the next covert relief bill. Thus far, Mitch McConnell has refused to allow a vote. On the floor of the of the United States Senate so that we can pass that legislation and move it on to President Trump's desk. If you kick Donald Trump. And Mitch McConnell in the heart. You will break your toe. They don't care about cities like Lars. Lawrence has the highest unemployment rate in Massachusetts since the start of the pandemic at 21 to 23% on update on a story in Sudbury, where a crowded party attended by Lincoln Sudbury, Regional High students forced that school fully remote for the start of the school year. Sudbury police now say the family who hosted the party may be facing charges when police broke it up. Some students ran into the woods or gave phony names, meaning police couldn't fully identify who attended the party. Artie and Health officials made the call for school to be remote for two weeks. Sudbury police chief Scott Nick's now says police are assessing appropriate charges against the teen who hosted the party and the parents who own the House on the Sunday talk shows national leaders paying a tribute to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and readying for the political showdown over her nomination ahead. Ginsburg was appointed in 1993 former president Bill Clinton said he knew right away. She was the woman for the job conversation of a lifetime, whether or not I knew after we talked for 10 minutes that I should've pointer President Trump announced last night that he intends to nominate a replacement this upcoming week or this week, rather and also that he intends to make his nominee a woman. It is 3 33. We go to traffic and weather together. The super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on threes. But David's Droney thanks Medicine's starting down the Caveman Cape Highway Route six. Westbound, Still about five miles worth of heavy volume from after Exit three did sag more 28 North bound, heavy approaching the born rotary Route six A sandwich road there, seeing some heavy Liza's well For 95 North bound to hit over two miles. Extra vine between route 44 20 foreign middle Borrow on for 95 cell found W B Z phone force reports hay in the center lane by King Street in Franklin Going Back south. The town Expressways Cell found slows Furnace Brook Parkway through the split expressway. Northman. You slow from the gas tank to Columbia Road again from right through the O'Neill through three South bound that is now clear Braintree to the cave through three North slows about three miles from afterward. 53 a passenger be lower end of 93 1 28. So routes 24 95 to 1. Rhode Island, David said Ronnie the BBC's traffic on the freeze in the four day forecast AC You whether hysteric wit says it's going to be a clear and chilly night tonight down to 46 downtown 40.

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Boston - Police Consider Charges After Party That Forced Lincoln-Sudbury To Shift To Remote Learning

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Boston - Police Consider Charges After Party That Forced Lincoln-Sudbury To Shift To Remote Learning

"On update on a story in Sudbury, where a crowded party attended by Lincoln Sudbury, Regional High students forced that school fully remote for the start of the school year. Sudbury police now say the family who hosted the party may be facing charges when police broke it up. Some students ran into the woods or gave phony names, meaning police couldn't fully identify who attended the party. Artie and Health officials made the call for school to be remote for two weeks. Sudbury police chief Scott Nick's now says police are assessing appropriate charges against the teen who hosted the party and the parents who own the House

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Sudbury Police Now Looking For Masked Man Spotted In Lincoln, Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Sudbury Police Now Looking For Masked Man Spotted In Lincoln, Boston

"Many people have been wearing masks masks because because of of Corona Corona virus. virus. But But in in to to Massachusetts Massachusetts communities, communities, police police are are now now looking looking for for a a masked masked man man who who has has been been showing showing up up mysteriously mysteriously at at homes. W B Z TV reports. The first incident was in Lincoln on September 5th. Doorbell camera showed a man wearing a full skull face mask. Ah hooded jacket and gloves standing at the front door of a house in 85 degree weather. No one was home at the time the person banged on the door, ring the bell and then left. That suspect may have been riding a dirt bike or a motorcycle Now, Sudbury police say, a man wearing a similar outfit on a black scooter went into a garage of a home on route 1 17 on Monday afternoon, investigators say the homeowner confronted him and he claimed he was selling magazines. Anyone with information is asked to call police

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"sudbury" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

07:55 min | 3 months ago

"sudbury" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Can go to my Twitter account at Britney Underscore J 10 to vote on the poll. Question of the day. Well, the Honore lawsuit backfire against Democrats. You can also go to w ork ow dot com slash Britney. I have recent columns up there that you can read and share. Also on Saturday, tomorrow 5 to 8 p.m. I have a show The Britney Jennings show. It's live here on W R. Chaos you can call in. During the break. This just came through. We're going to get some more information on it. Next break. President President he thinks he's the president. Governor Baker reduces limit on outdoor gatherings from 100 to 50 people, effective August 11. Indoor limit remains at 25 So we're definitely going to get to that later in this hour. Once I get some more information on that, obviously, his press conference is happening right now, and I'm on air, So I'm going to get to that. I'll check in on it during the break and also coming up. Ah Sudbury couple Their trump signs have been stolen and the back of their windshield has been smashed. And they are 92 years old and 80 years old, so they're calling for the person. To stop doing that stop stealing their sign, and they want to find out who smashed their windshield because Mitchell is his name. He's 92 years old. He says that he's gonna prosecute whoever broke the windshield on the back of his car. 617 to 66 60 60 feet is the number right now We're talking about the honora. They're fighting back against a lawsuit from the New York City attorney general, and I want to know. Do you think this is going to backfire and Democrats face because You know, Joe Biden has come out and said that he's coming for the NRA. And he's also come out and said he's coming for your second Amendment. He has. He's embraced these radical. Anti Second Amendment agenda. And what what do you think about this? And also There are 2.5 million first time gun owners in 2020. Are you one of them? There are a lot of texts coming in. And a lot of phone calls. 617 to 66 68. 68. Is the number 617 to 66 68. 68 or you can text 70470 That is 70470 Russ in Boston, Europe Next on V B in the middle. How are you, Russ? Really? God bless the NRA. There's no doubt in my mind, this will backfire. Legal gun owners of the most Laura fighting Americans. Blowing the liability of Roni and securing firearms. Every day. We're reminded that we cannot depend on government for us safety. Now let me just briefly read Tio robbery, robbery prevention tips. In many and after many, many Annapolis OK that it really apply everywhere do not walk alone, be hyper aware of your surroundings at all times. Pay attention. Carry on the items you need in carried less cash. Be prepared to give up your cell phone purse. Wallet keys. Ready in your hand as your asses you approach your car. Despite all efforts, robberies may still occur. Do if they say yes, Safety is most important. Now, seriously, what more do we have to hear than that, knowing that we must defend our Second Amendment rights and screw the Democratic Party in their ignorant followers? Russ. You know, President Trump is going to preserve our second Amendment. I've played Kat after cut after cut of Joe Biden saying that he's gonna come after the Arras and come after your second Amendment I paid. I played Beta Iraq saying Hell yes, we're coming after your guns. I mean how much they're open about it. They're admitting that they that there's there openly attacking the Second Amendment. Second Amendment is under attack by the Democrats. I mean, how can anyone who loves the Second Amendment and who is who protects wants to protect their family and is ah, lawful gun owner? How can they vote for someone like that? Like Joe Biden? And I want to say I am the legal gun owner as you are. Good for us, right? Yeah, Absolutely. Ross. God bless you, Russ. Thank you very much True that call 617 to 66 68 68 is the number 617 to 66 68. 68 is the number that is true. The Saab 9 70 Britney. Don't forget his VP but and did advise us to all get a shotgun. So now he's against it. Yes, he is. He's a big Hypocrite. That's what Joe Biden is. He's He wants to do what's cool right now and being and you know and embracing these radical Democrats and the loony left. That's what he's doing. He's embracing their rhetoric and he's and he's openly saying that he's going to take away our second Amendment. He's going to come for the irony, isn't it Come for the guns. David in Nashua, Europe. Next on Phoebe in the middle. How are you, David? I'm doing all right. You're doing great this week. I'm gonna start listening to your weekend shows great much, David. I appreciate it. Yes, I'm not a first year student for years. I was pretty aggressively shooting very regularly, and we couldn't even get ammo. We got the lineup at Wal Mart in the morning and they'd be like a few people. Where would we all go right to the ammo cleaning help? Andi. I don't think that's changed things. They're empty, and I think this is completely political. Just one part of a prom to attack the Trump administration there in politicizing the virus, right? I think this is gonna backfire. I'm going to call this the Goya beans effect that's biology. When everyone attacked Goya. Just what does that mean? Went to the supermarket. They cleaned out the shells just showing that you know, through, Americans will find a way to use their patriotism toe against those who have suffocate American citizens. Yeah, David, I don't think that the NRA membership is going to skyrocket now, just like first time gun owners that you know that that's guy, right? 2.5 million people have bought guns for the first time in 2020 So I definitely think the people going to sign up for the array after this lawsuit has been filed. I think so For me. I'm all my friends are honorable people. I am going to be one this year specifically because of this, and that's part of their backfire. Yeah, not. I am not a member of the NRA either, but I think I might have to look at their membership. I think you could do like a one year two year, five years. Something like that. So I'll definitely have to look into that after the show for sure, David. Thank you very much for that. Call. Great. Call 617 to 66 60 68 is the number 617 to 66 68 68. I want to talk about this Sudbury couple that Had their trump signs. Don't their trump signed stolen and their windshields were smashed in their car because they had they had a trump sign in their front yard. They only had it for two days and those two days they were stolen. I want to talk about that. They are an adorable couple, and they want this person prosecutor and I want to know Has anything similar happened to you? 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with Isaac Morehouse founder of Praxis and Crash - burst 02

Humans Rising Podcast

05:46 min | 4 months ago

with Isaac Morehouse founder of Praxis and Crash - burst 02

"And today I am here with Isaac Morehouse who is the founder of praxis and also crash dot co a welcome Isaac. Thank you so much for joining me today. Absolutely. It's great to be here. So, I have been I, guess following your excellent work in the world for several years and I am so inspired by what you say your mission in life is your purpose, which is the relentless pursuit of freedom. And so. As I watched. Some of your videos you talked about how you started early in your career really teaching principles of freedom to young people. But where you are today is rather than just share ideas. You really giving people a taste of freedom so they won't settle for anything less. So yeah. That's exactly a good way to to frame it out Because I'm a big ideas person and obviously freedom is it's an idea but it's it's really a lived experience. It's a feeling you have and I. I spent a lot of years. Trying to through just argumentation and education. Trying to expand the scope of freedom after myself and for others you know trying to argue for freer government policy is in, you know people that took to make choices to make themselves more free in their lives and. I. Found that it's really hard to envision. What you have to know what could be you have to have a bit of a taste of it in order to be motivated enough to make a change. So there's my favorite economists Ludwig von me says, there's three preconditions to human action. One is dissatisfaction with the status quo to is vision of something better, and three is a belief in the ability to get there and I find that whether you're talking about education, which is a space I've been in a lot or just any other career government, any areas of life it's not that hard for people to feel dissatisfaction discomfort with where they are. Of Vision of something better is a little harder, it's a little harder to be and I know that there is a superior version of my life over here and then I think the hardest is a belief in the ability to get there even if you have that that vision of something that might be better and so. I thought I've been I've been basically trying to convince people that the status quo. Socks, and to a lesser degree that there is a superior vision of life over here. But if they don't have that belief in the ability to get their nothing's going to happen. So if you just tell somebody you know, for example, the public school system is Scott all these terrible incentive. There's always reasons that it's bad. They'll shake their head and you can convince them pretty quickly and then if you say you know. homeschooling and run schooling. You know Sudbury model school or some other alternative is this better vision they'll. They might come along with you on that as well, and then they'll kind of walk away and say, so what because they don't know how to get from here to there and so I just I had this realization that. If you start with hey, her something for you give it a try. And if it makes your life back and it makes you more free, you'll want more of it. You don't even need to be intellectually convinced at all. You just choose to live that way without any argument required. And that's kind of to me entrepreneurship, it's creating the alternatives creating kind of world you wanna live in instead of just complaining about what's wrong with the world today so that it took me a lot longer than I wish it did not to go to that place where I realized all of his energy I had was better spent creating new experiences for people. Then merely it doesn't mean I don't WanNa talk about ideas, but then merely talking about the ideas. That makes such good sense to me. You know as I unschooled and allowed my daughter's to self direct their education. So many people said, wow, you're so brave to do that and it looked so risky and. Your tenable to them, and then I would hear them all these. MOMS August saying Oh, I hope it gets a good teacher and I hope they're not bullied because they were asked year. To me they were. Spinning the Roulette Wheel on that one. But so so as you have been able to give you know hundreds of young people, the experience of freedom. That's one thing I'm so excited to talk about today because. Practices and crash are such. Amazing. I'M NOT GONNA say a ballot alternative because I think it's really the most risk-free path into adulthood that I see you know rather than getting tens of thousands of dollars of debt and hope you can get a job on the end of that. So could you tell us a little bit about your path in creating practice and then how out of that you spun crash? Yes. Absolutely. It's funny. I. Just WanNa quickly comment on you said it's. It's risk-free at it's it's really funny I think about this law because. In the kind of. Financial sense or sort of pragmatic sense. Practice in particular is very, very low risk I mean if you get into the program and you do it like pretty much everybody gets a job after the program and the program pays for itself. So the net cost zero. So it's like a very low risk, but it's not risk free at all. In the terms of the price that you pay socially.

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One-Stop Reality Escapes Week

Feedback with EarBuds

02:56 min | 6 months ago

One-Stop Reality Escapes Week

"This week's theme is one stop reality. Escapes the. Curator is Elena Fernandez. Collins who writes the audio dramatic newsletter. Here's why Elena chose this theme. Hi. My name is Elon and on this collins and themed shows is one stop reality escapes. Chose this theme because our consumption habits are necessarily changing, and then means sometimes you need a one time promise, and not a long term commitment. These episodes are escapes into fiction, the length of a movie or shorter. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Elena along with short descriptions of each one. The first episode comes from the Big Luke podcast and it's called surfacing. It's thirty five minutes long. About this podcast. From QR RX Paul, Bay presents otherworldly stories from around the globe, every season feature, six distinct episodes, highlighting the strange, wonderful and often harrowing experiences of those living on the outer edges of the known world. In this episode, a Japanese Alma diver recounts the story of the love of her life through her daughter. The next episode comes from the sci-fi presents podcasts and is called CERBERUS REX. It's eighty four minutes law. In this audio drama Dr Annabella Korea a professor of astrophysics at Hawks More University travels upon request by a former colleague to well station, a research facility, performing experiments on a mystery of physics in an underground cave, a natural explorer Anna Russia's to view the phenomenon firsthand and accompanied by well station security slash containment officer. Benjamin Wynn guard is soon staring down at a marvel hidden deep, then not so deep. The next episode comes from the outliers podcast and is called. Sleep. It's twenty four minutes long. In this episode. Johanna for or cannot sleep. She is caught in the heat and fervor of the peasants revolt, as she joins the masses on their march to London, seeking an end to the poll tax in pursuit of justice. She leads a group into the Tower of London where they dragged Simon Sudbury to the executioner's block for a taste vengeance. The next episode comes trust from zero hours is called those familiar spirits. It's thirty six minutes long. In this episode, Seventeen, twenty, two in the American colonies, and the priest has his world turned upside down when a woman comes into the church, claiming to be a witch, and in possession of knowledge about the imminent end of the world. The last episode of the week comes from. Make believe, and it's called Bra. It's sixty one minutes long. This audio drama is a brave girls. Journey through the land of many monsters adapted from a Mexican Folk Tale by Nancy Garcia Loza. Those are the PODCASTS and episodes recommended by Atlanta Fernandez Collins for this week's theme. One Stop Reality Escapes.

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"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 7 months ago

"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Weeks Captain America actor Chris Evans spread some cheer at Emerson hospital yesterday but making a video thanking healthcare workers fighting covert nineteen there Chris is from Sudbury and says it's one of his hometown hospitals ever since one of my hometown hospitals my niece and two nephews were born there you guys have always been so fantastic and I'm just so so deeply appreciative of all of your your your tireless efforts your of your commitment your courage your strength we we all need it so much right now and and it really does mean the world so thank you keep it up stay strong we hope for a speedy end to this virus so you guys can get back to families and yeah thank you from the bottom of my heart the hospital said the video message helped lift spirits of those who work there Drake is dropping a new mixtape that includes his reads recent hit to see slide self control is being darkling demo tapes features fourteen tracks Drake said he'll be releasing his sixth studio album this summer we got traffic and weather up next latest on the corona virus crisis how do you as the leader of Boston to make sure that people know what's really going on with expertise and trusted reporting talking to the press must also like to be the work begins from make sure it's an accurate missiles hostage thanks and we're liable to Boston radio do you plan to paint your house this spring he didn't plan to be stock in it but even if you're stuck in the house it doesn't mean you have to be stuck with how it looks all right she'll get the ultimate paint job I'm not where learners shield Merrick is most durable page also durable we back every job with a lifetime warranty obviously this sponsor focus hasn't been home improvement true our crews are a bit less busy but we're doing jobs right now in all this month we stayed inside the rules because we're outside.

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Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

"The National Hockey League is finalized its rankings of prospects for the twenty twenty draft if and when it is held Quebec native Alexis lafreniere left wing ranks number one among north American skaters appear pristine Canada gold medal winning teammates from the twenty twenty World Junior Championships follow center Quinn by field of the Sudbury wolves and defenseman Jamie Drysdale the Erie otters another defenseman Jake Sanderson son of former left wing Justin Anderson was rated fourth Germany's ten spoonfuls women's Alexander holds a pair of winners top the rankings of international skaters I'm Tom Merriam

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Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

"The National Hockey League is finalized its rankings of prospects for the twenty twenty draft if and when it is held Quebec native Alexis lafreniere left wing ranks number one among north American skaters appear pristine Canada gold medal winning teammates from the twenty twenty World Junior Championships follow center Quinn by field of the Sudbury wolves and defenseman Jamie Drysdale the Erie otters another defenseman Jake Sanderson son of former left wing Justin Anderson was rated fourth Germany's ten spoonfuls women's Alexander holds a pair of winners top the rankings of international skaters I'm Tom Merriam

National Hockey League Gold Medal Sudbury Wolves Jamie Drysdale Justin Anderson Germany Alexander Tom Merriam Quebec Alexis Lafreniere Canada Quinn Jake Sanderson
Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

"The National Hockey League is finalized its rankings of prospects for the twenty twenty draft if and when it is held Quebec native Alexis lafreniere left wing ranks number one among north American skaters appear pristine Canada gold medal winning teammates from the twenty twenty World Junior Championships follow center Quinn by field of the Sudbury wolves and defenseman Jamie Drysdale the Erie otters another defenseman Jake Sanderson son of former left wing Justin Anderson was rated fourth Germany's ten spoonfuls women's Alexander holds a pair of winners top the rankings of international skaters I'm Tom Merriam

National Hockey League Gold Medal Sudbury Wolves Jamie Drysdale Justin Anderson Germany Alexander Tom Merriam Quebec Alexis Lafreniere Canada Quinn Jake Sanderson
Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Lafreniere tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospects

"The National Hockey League is finalized its rankings of prospects for the twenty twenty draft if and when it is held Quebec native Alexis lafreniere left wing ranks number one among north American skaters appear pristine Canada gold medal winning teammates from the twenty twenty World Junior Championships follow center Quinn by field of the Sudbury wolves and defenseman Jamie Drysdale the Erie otters another defenseman Jake Sanderson son of former left wing Justin Anderson was rated fourth Germany's ten spoonfuls women's Alexander holds a pair of winners top the rankings of international skaters I'm Tom Merriam

National Hockey League Gold Medal Sudbury Wolves Jamie Drysdale Justin Anderson Germany Alexander Tom Merriam Quebec Alexis Lafreniere Canada Quinn Jake Sanderson
Returning to My Indigenous Language

Unreserved

01:53 min | 9 months ago

Returning to My Indigenous Language

"My Indigenous Language is now bandwagon. Or ojibway I am not a fluent speaker not even close. I grew up in with socks in first nation on Georgian Bay surrounded by national more speakers but back in the nineteen eighties. The language wasn't passed down to many of us kids. That's because the Indian act had made it mandatory for children to attend residential schools in day schools where they weren't allowed to speak their language in our community. Most of my dad's attended those schools. They felt the general shame that became associated with the language itself so I don't blame anyone in my family or community for not teaching me not bitcoin but it's been largely up to communities and individuals themselves to do the repair work. We had daily classes in elementary school on the Rez. But that's not nearly enough to learn a language fluently especially one that has so much history and emotion connected to it as a teen. I didn't take someone seriously at all. And my former education officer didn't place any value on it but moving from the rest of the city for university and then to start a career changed my perspective along for the sounds that I didn't necessarily understand but that I knew where the foundation of who I was as knobby so for the last two decades my life as an urban indigenous person. I've been trying to finally learn my language properly. Although not necessarily successfully I'd go to free community classes in whatever city I lived. I bought inboard as many books and resources as possible. I even took university courses here and there most recently at the University of Sudbury my path finished. Obama and fluency is still a bit unclear but the urgency is sharper than ever especially. Now that I'm forty. The older generations of indigenous language speakers are dying and as the parents who were three year old with another baby on the way. It's up to people like me to ensure the language has a chance with the next generation and my story isn't

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"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Brought to you by the Sudbury condominiums apple French crossing of the justice department's internal watchdog releasing a much anticipated report today that is expected to reject the president's claims of the Russian investigation was illegitimate untainted by political bias from F. B. I. leaders it is also however expected to document errors during the investigation resident from Twitter tease that is a big deal it might not be exactly what he and his supporters are looking for a justice department report on the start of the Russian election interference investigation by the department somewhat independent inspector general looking ahead reporter Daniel Lippman of political I don't expect that the ID's report will be too much of a distraction to impeachment because both sides are getting something that they want from the IG report Republicans will show some misconduct and Democrats will say that the F. B. I. mostly was cleared in this review Tom Foley CBS news Washington at six thirty seven pushing ahead with articles of impeachment the house Judiciary Committee convening today to formally receive the investigative findings against the president as the White House is mounting their attack on the proceedings the president's saying it is a hoax if the house Judiciary Committee approves articles by Friday it would set up a final impeachment vote in days before Christmas Kennedy center honors taking place last night in Washington honoring those who have made an impact on American culture through the arts earth wind and fire Sally field Linda Ronstadt Sesame Street being honored just to name a few house speaker Nancy Pelosi attendance the arts will heal our country help prepare a country like differences because when you come to enjoy the arts you forget your differences he left the gathering cried together you are inspired together you understand each other better when the ceremony was taped last night it will air this upcoming Sunday on CBS at eight PM it's six thirty eight now time for business we go live to Bloomberg and here's Tom Busby Hey thanks Jim some good news at the gas pump average and nationwide gas prices down a penny a gallon last week to two sixty five according to industry analyst trilby Lundberg a little tough to find that price though in Boston to Mutu gains on Wall Street on Friday after that blow out November jobs report right now though Dow futures down by twenty and the Indianapolis Blake but Indianapolis based trucking company celadon file for bankruptcy late last night that puts more than three thousand drivers five hundred administrators out of work just last week though to that company's top executives were indicted for wire and securities fraud I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio and what a finisher was last night not exactly what pats fans were looking for however in Foxboro Adam Kaufman has it all in sports on the way next at six thirty nine zoom didn't invent video conferencing they just made it better ready for more zoom phone works.

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"sudbury" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"sudbury" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"The meantime speaking of food I could not be more thrilled to have our next guest on you guys may remember earlier this year we talked to Louise more Winnie she owns duck soup in Sudbury Massachusetts which is this great I collect Dick I kitchen store food store our jams syrups jellies just a really cool place and there was an auction for some of the neck products member neko who the great neck company Louise was the one who won the the sky bar remember the sky bar candy bar my god who they were yeah make it anymore Louise won the auction to get this guy bar even though she has no knowledge of confections are making candy bars or whatever she just thought all put in a bid because this will be fun and lo and behold she wanted well guess what we just found out this week lightening sky bar is now back in business Louise mall when he has made it and she is now selling sky bars Louise congradulations thank you this has to be a long time coming even though it isn't really that long but I'm guessing it feels like it's been forever for you you're so right I mean I didn't realize it would take so long to get all the equipment and you know selected bought delivered and it was driving me crazy I never thought it would take this long how many times between the time you won the rights to own this to sky bar into makes guy bars intent job earlier this week how many times in between that period did you say to yourself why why did I place that bid why did I do this to myself never and for one reason every single week people have called me skybox sense and I just feel so supportive and I feel like it was definitely the right thing to do I had no idea that people could feel so passionate about a candy bar can I tell you Louise I was in of all places in Louisiana I'm driving from New Orleans to Dallas we stop at this crazy candy store in the in the frog capital of the world this town in Louisiana and the guy has an old window display of old candies in in there was a a neko sky bar so I said to the guy I know you don't know what that is and you don't know the history of it but is there any way that I could buy that off of you in the jeep without missing a beat he said hell no those are like one of a kind now and so I got to talking to him I said well actually you know there's this woman and he said to me do me a favor you gotta send me one of those when she gets it because I got to have a new into old sky bar down here so people are passionate about this stuff for sure you can tell from my accent I didn't grow up here I have learned so much about and just ordinary life in Boston through listening to people stories about their association everybody has a fantastic amazing story to tell about them and skybox Louise more when he is the owner of duck soup in Sudbury and they are now manufacturing the new sky bar which is the same as the old sky bar except it's made in Sudbury not in Cambridge and then up in revere six one seven Texan insist please thank this woman for me sky bar was always a favorite of mine I can't wait to get one of the new ones people are excited Louise yes they are what has the reaction been at the store all day long since the Dever first wrote that wonderful article in The Boston Globe which is such a nice lady when she came out the stores have been packed with people and in fact we sold out that morning of our inventory one of the reasons we didn't go wholesale at the very start with because we knew we had to build inventory well we sold out of it and we've been selling online and we have and you know people have been coming in the store now they're pre ordering so we're gonna be manufacturing every day and these are going to be the freshest guy bars anyone has ever tasted love it I love now I Louise and I believe we know each other a little bit and I was recently in Sudbury so I went to our store I bought some British potato chips for my son he's a big potato chip guy Louise if you're the only store I know that I can get those ads so thank you but also I saw right next door this is where you're making the sky bar now and one of things you've done which I love is if you follow this story online or on Facebook you've you've been very open about how this is gone Louise in about some of the stumbles that you had including for time you guys couldn't figure out how to inject the filling without having the chocolate explode and you guys went through a lot of product because it wouldn't keep its shape yes yes we we did I mean there were a lot of things I didn't expect I knew one of the things are that I wanted it to be a showcase place with people because kids could come and actually see chocolate being manufactured not chocolate hand made because you can see that you know many you know seaside places but I wanted them to see a chocolate was actually made in a chocolate factory and so I have windows on three sides there's a retail component and there's a viewing when doing they made but what I didn't realize how messy it was is it a like everything you know it it all looked so simple until you actually decide to do it and then there's trouble obviously but you figure it all out when when that first one came off the line in you looked at it you realize all my god everything's word supposed to be nothing's chip nothing's broken nothing's exploded like how excited were you super excited and the the amazing thing about this journey has been every step of the way there's been something like that and I was just thrilled when we were able to do that we called the rabbi and we got kosher certified and we got that sign off from the you know board of health here to get our food license and I still I still have a hard time believing that were actually there this is real you don't say one thing you did the right thing when I was there the the person wasn't sure she said maybe in December as it made you gotta get these things ready for Christmas you guys have made it you've made the deadline and I think you're going to have a huge December because is there a stocking in Massachusetts that is hopefully Santa's listening that isn't going to have a sky bar in it I hope not I mean it's just fantastic now tell everybody for those that don't know the sky bar I guess like I'm looking at you my producer lightning is never had one so this guy bars for candy bars and one it's four little chunks of chocolate in and near each filled with something different you have a peanut butter you have a caramel you have a marshmallow when you have like a chocolate chocolate fudge describe what how do your doing knows what what you have in each of those squares so that's fantastic before I do though I just want to say that towards the end sadly substituted out their original chocolate and put in some plastics you know less expensive and chocolate which have very waxy so we went back to the great tasting chocolate that they used in the seventies so first of all the clip is phenomenal and then we've used some very special ingredients to make those centers we partnered with teddy because we wanted to be as local as possible and a number of sort of people that had worked at nickel for a long time went over and joined teddy so we got a payment from teddy and when Denver first was writing in the globe she was raving about the peanut section she was a raving about it so I know he also used fluff so we wanted to get and incorporate that in the marshmallow section from Lynn Massachusetts right again man this is fantastic all local it's all come together it just is perfect I was gonna say like I always used to feel that the neko recipe for it especially the peanut butter and the chocolate sections was a little bit off to me so Louise I'm really glad to hear you've improved the recipes and on local with that well I have to give a shout out to Jeff green who is consulting with me I couldn't have done any of this this is really the Jeff green story he's been phenomenal he was that the VP of our daily at the echo for thirty years how many Louise how many sky bars have you had since you've been producing a well I quite like chocolate check the box I would be embarrassed to tell you do you have a favorite square of the group that you're producing or do you think there I know you own it so you're gonna say they're all great but deep down do you have a favorite one well I I like them all I actually now that that going back to never again she was not keen a toll on the marshmallow one and but she said she never was it reminds me cabbage three Max that's good and that's good I'm excited about that yeah lightning shaking her head like you either love cream eggs you don't but if you love them and if yours are like cream eggs that's a good selling line Louise because I'm telling you here's my other question for it I know you got to get back to work but I I it's a recommendation for you I'm sure you've thought of this but I'm not saying you have to sell each square individually but you know you said you are the ones that popped for example I feel like you can't sell bags of marshmallow ones that chipped off for peanut butter only ones because you know you would sell a lot of those well I'm going to give a shout out to a local restaurant called the sky box in Natick who reached out to me a long time ago and said we want to be the first people to make it is that those are going all the way down to them and I'm going to you know I'm I'll find some way to sell them I'm also you know the other things we can do we actually use some of the broken ones in ice cream and they were that's the best ice cream and it tasted how bad do you want one of these right now just killing me that yeah I saw only one one Louise you you definitely have the hawk right now and you've got a awesome thing going I I don't want to do this to you but I must are you going to branch out are you going to go other confections we I want to make a pun here the sky's the limit right I love it if I talked to a year ago and said you're not gonna believe this but you're gonna be Sudbury's **** Wonka you would have laughed me out of the room right I still don't believe it it's hard to believe so if people want to get the all new sky bar where do they find well as of December seventh and everybody listening is invited we're having a big opening party for our retail store which is next to it noted that suit I will be selling individual sky bars and I have a lot of activities going on you'll be able to see them being made you know check this kind of a website for the details but not so ground launch and the bit that price would be a dollar ninety eight which is low introducing them on time what we're putting in but I wanted very much to get it back into the hands of people that love it so you know what really pushing to make sure that we can do it so that kind of money rather than making a specialty bar for more than that before that if you really.

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"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sudbury a woman in her sixties from north pearl doctor Catherine brown with the department of public health messages that that's a really long history with Tripoli and unfortunately. twenty nineteen is not the first time that this had happened it is certainly something that we are paying a lot of attention to with these latest cases the risk level for Tripoli now critical in Framingham submarine north pearl and Marlboro the centers for disease control up with a warning to those who are vaping at least five deaths linked to E. cigarettes this is Los Angeles county health officer Dr mun two Davis to date we have a total of twelve reports that we have received and provided to the states regretfully one of those cases reported so as time has passed federal health officials are currently investigating four hundred fifty long injuries believed to be vaping related federal prosecutors in Boston say actress Felicity Huffman deserves jail time for her role in the college admissions scam but the city Huffman should go to prison for a month federal prosecutors said followed by a year of supervised release in a twenty thousand dollar fine after she pleaded guilty to arranging to have her daughter's SAT answers corrected prosecutors said our conduct was deliberate and manifestly criminal defense attorneys argued in their memo to the judge ahead of sentencing next week the actress deserved only probation because they said she is remorseful indeed deeply ashamed about what she did but prosecutors said probation or home confinement in a large home in the Hollywood Hills with an infinity pool would amount to a joke Aron Kader ski ABC news New York not guilty the play from fall river mayor gentle qureia as he's arrested on new federal charges allegedly extorting hundreds of thousands of dollars from marijuana company..

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What's the Controversy Behind 'Mary Had a Little Lamb'?

BrainStuff

05:25 min | 1 year ago

What's the Controversy Behind 'Mary Had a Little Lamb'?

"Brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here. If you visit the town of sterling Massachusetts today, you'll find a small copper statue of woolly little creature meant to be a replica of the original Lim that followed nine year old Mary Sawyer to school in eighteen fifteen below the statue is a plaque inscribed with the famous opening verse end ascriptin Mary had a little lamb. It's fleece was white as snow and everywhere that Mary went the lamb was shared go. Jon Rao stone. So who exactly was Mary Sawyer? And who was this John Ralston who allegedly wrote the original poem, according to a sixty page book, titled the story of Mary and her little lamb and published in nineteen twenty eight by none other than karma yoga, Henry Ford. More on that later, Mary Sawyer was a typical New England schoolgirl who nursed starving lamb back to health winning a lifelong friend in this book, an adult Sawyer recounted. I got the lamb worn by wrapping it in an old garment and holding it in my arms beside the fireplace in the morning much to my girlish, delight it could stand and from that time and improved rapidly. It soon learned to drink milk and from the time it would walk about it would follow me anywhere. If I only called it. The books behind the music story of the song explains that before leaving for school one morning Sawyer whistled for the lamb and it came faithfully trotting over at which point her brother NATs justed. Let's take the lamb to school with this. She tried to hide the lamb in a basket under her chair. But it was discovered when she stood up to recite a lesson and the fluffy critter started to bleat her teacher. Polly Kimball laughed outright, which caused Sawyer some embarrassment. So she took the lamb out to a shed until school was over for the day. John Ralston was a local boy preparing for college who happened to be visiting the old red school has that day and was according to Sawyer very much pleased with the instant of the lamb so Ralston went home wrote a three stanza poem and return the next day on horseback to hand deliver the original verses of Mary had a little lamb to Sawyer herself. Or so the story goes in sterling Massachusetts meanwhile in Newport, New Hampshire the folks celebrate hometown hero. Sarah Joseph a hail as the author of this beloved nursery. Rhyme HALE is also famous for her role in creating the modern American thanksgiving by a long running letter campaign to five US presidents as a young poet and writer HALE moved to Boston in eighteen twenty eight to become the editor of the first women's magazine in the United States later known as good he's ladies book. It was in Boston that helmet Lowell Mason, a young musician composer intent on bringing music education into America's public schools. Mason inhale shared, the belief that sim. Children's poems set to music could be used teach good Christian morals to kids that would help them. Grow into productive and upright citizens at Mason's. Request HALE wrote a short book fifteen poems called poems for our children, which was published in eighteen thirty Mason than wrote simple melodies to accompany each poem, including these six verse poem, then known as Mary's lamb. Interestingly the tune Mason wrote for Mary's limb, which was included in his eighteen thirty one book, juvenile liar likely the first public school songbook sounds nothing like the melody we know today that melody was borrowed later from the course of a popular minstrel show song called good night ladies, so which story is true. So you're claimed that the first three verses of Hale's poem were identical to the one written by young John Ralston, although the piece of paper gifted to Sawyer had long since disappeared and rows don't tragically died while a freshman at Harvard. So he wasn't around corroborate. When hails version was included in school readers nationwide in the eighteen. Fifties. So you're assumed that the author had simply expanded on Ralston's original three verses, but HALE denied ever seeing another version of Mary had a little lamb and swore. She had conjured the story holy from her imagination. Both Sawyer inhale signed letters in sworn statements in their old age hail just days before death in eighteen eighty nine professing that they were telling the truth of the origin of what had already become a classic nursery rhyme. Enter Henry Ford after both of the women were long gone automobile. Magnate Henry Ford stepped into the fray in nineteen twenty seven he took up the cause of Mary Sawyer moving the wooden frame of Mary's original red schoolhouse from sterling Massachusetts to the nearby town of Sudbury where Ford owned an inn and then in nineteen twenty eight he published the aforementioned book, which gives Ralston full credit for the original versus and asked. Why a respected local woman who served as a matron of the local hospital would make up such a wild story in repeat it her entire life. Hails defenders asked the same question. Sandra Sonics in volunteer archivist of these Sarah j HALE collection at the Richards free library in Newport, New Hampshire writing for the library's website said the story of Mary Sawyer implies that somehow Sarah HALE came across this never published schoolhouse poem, and plagiarized it. How could you have come across? It. Henry Ford's book explains the two towns where Sawyer inhale lived. We're close to each other. They're ninety miles apart over the most direct route. That would have been followed in eighteen fifteen Henry had not yet invented the automobile. So the distance was considerable in a Baltimore Sun story from nineteen ninety eight about the ongoing feud between sterling Massachusetts and Newport, New Hampshire a hail supporter and Newport librarian weighed in let's face. It. Henry Ford made good cars. I don't think he's a good

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"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Pulled from the Willis fallen without cross country skiing when he fell through very dangerous situation to follow the water underwater could've died of hypothermia. And I really appreciate it. Coming out and save more lives. Sudbury fire says he called nine one one himself. He held onto some Bush's to stay above the water. Three firefighters in suits headed out onto the pawns. No one was hurt during the rescue. The victim who does not want to be identified was taken to Emerson hospital to be evaluated. The Sudbury first responders were saving my life. I really appreciate it. Sod berries fire chief praising firefighters for putting their extensive ice training program to good use a Worcester. Police sergeant is found not responsible for using excessive force during a drug raid five years ago against a livery driver sergeant Stephen Roach. The city's police gang unit was accused by the cabbie of hitting him in the head with his gun causing stitches police say the cabbie was dropping off a drug dealer at the time of the raid. Officer Roach said he pointed his gun inside the vehicle when he thought the cabbie may have been reaching for a gun himself and the man quickly turned his head his head. Smacking into the officers gone Worcester police say Roach had a long and impressive career with the department. Again, he has been cleared new meaning behind the phrase first responders a couple from Rhode Island on their way to the hospital. They have their baby when they realized they weren't going to make it. That's when Tiverton police officer, Matthew Braun and fire. Lieutenant Daniel Murphy arrived on scene. Help with the delivery in a parking lot officer Braun describes the scene. I think the father was more in shock than anything. And he could see exactly probably much as we had to the mother shoot to degrade baby came out, healthy, happy screaming, mom and the baby. Girl named Clair are both doing fine.

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Solit- Crater, Mr. Mcgregor And Sudbury Basin discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Solit- Crater, Mr. Mcgregor And Sudbury Basin discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"The earth is covered in scars evidence of violent collisions with space-borne debris like the chicks solit- crater in Mexico formed when a fifteen kilometer wide asteroid hit so hard it wiped out the dinosaurs. Or the Sudbury basin a one hundred and thirty kilometer wide crater caused by impact one point eight million years ago or the famous meteor crater in Arizona, which is small just a kilometer in diameter, but is a major tourist attraction. Well this week researchers announced they found a new scar. And it's a biggie. A thirty one kilometer wide crater bigger than the city of Paris. That's among the largest impact craters on earth. It was likely caused when a kilometer wide iron meteorites smashed into our planet, and it was found in an unexpected place underneath an ice sheet in Greenland and their investigations also revealed that this crater was. Relatively speaking pretty fresh. It was discovered by an international team that included NASA glaciologist Jo McGregor an expert in studying ice sheets and what lies beneath them. We caught him in Shwe Argentina as he's about to fly a research mission over Antarctica, Mr. McGregor. Welcome to quirks and quarks. Thank you very much. Glad.

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"sudbury" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"sudbury" Discussed on WEEI

"The herb chambers jaguar and land rover sudbury pregame show here no red sox broadcast booth from fenway park i'm mike mutnansky red sox and angels was going right descript wednesday here from fenway socks out to a big six nothing lead home runs from jd martinez eduardo nunez and sandy leona but the angels clawing their way back against rick poor selo and joe kelley six on answered runs to tie the game at six in fact still a tie game with two out and a runner on first base in the seventh inning raphael beverage at the plate coming up big and it's are super cut of the game deborah's hammers at the center fail this balls heading back to the wall it is off the wall and bounces away from her rounding third on his way to play he will score the ball is the red sox waited seven to six brought to you by super cuts official hair salon other boston red sox and official partner a major league baseball socks adding another run thanks to a sandy leone rbi later in the inning one more in the night on a wild pitch craig kimbrel on i twenty third save of the season nine six red sox your final brian johnson on the hill red sox at the sweep this series and sweep these six game season set with the angels johnson starting in place of the injured steven wright twentysevenyearold one two this year with a four five era this'll marcus his second start of the season after spending most of the year in the pan that loan lonestar way back on april second against the marlins six innings he largest one run in the victory old hymie berea gets the call for the angels the youngster one of the better prospects in the halos organization comes in five and three with a three point four era he allowed us to run over five innings in a notice that against the blue jays over the weekend he's done well against lefties this year the hitting just two thirty seven against him with an old ps of just six twenty five red sox open play tonight and a half came up with the yankees in the division they are now fifty four and twenty seven at the halfway point of the two thousand eighteen season the angels forty one and forty red sox lineup for this final game of the series mookie betts leading off in right field andrew benintendi is in lap jd martinez the d h mitch moreland playing first base he'll back cleanup zander bogart's is it short brock colts at second rafael devers batting seventh till play third base christian vasquez does the catching jackie bradley jr is in centerfield he will night it'll be brian johnson on the mound ahead here on the herb chambers jaguar and land rover sudbury pregame show our trip round the major leagues on this thursday in major league baseball tim down red sox manager alex scores part of the managers report and of course we get your set for red sox and angels here from fenway park joe in tampa the lineups and the first pitch after seven o'clock but coming up our clubhouse insider john tomasi w e dot com the latest on the red sox injuries as they get set to take on the yankees in a huge weekend series in the bronx that's ahead on the herb.

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Andrea Constand, Bill Cosby accuser, speaks out following verdict

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:11 min | 2 years ago

Andrea Constand, Bill Cosby accuser, speaks out following verdict

"Time three forty eighth sun and clouds in boston beautiful afternoon it's eighty four degrees thank you for being with us i'm jeff brown our top stories now in the wbz newsroom the former dean of boston english high school sean harrison found guilty of shooting a student he was convicted today he will be sentenced tomorrow phillips academy in andover closed today after getting an email threat meantime sudbury curtis middle school opened today after police investigated the threat apparently made by students involving a gun wall street is struggling deep in the red today the dow is giving back much of what it gained yesterday off by almost two hundred forty points ten minutes away from the closing bell bill cosby's chief accuser is speaking out for the first time since the comedian was found guilty of aggravated indecent assault last month and andrea constand has a lot to say andrea constand says she felt like a quote limp noodle after she says bill cosby gave her three blue pills and sexually assaulted her back in two thousand four that's from excerpts of an interview with nbc's dateline it's the first time constand has spoken publicly since cosby's conviction she describes wanting to resist cosby's advances but says she was unable cosby has maintained the encounter was consensual he remains under house arrest until the sentencing in september mark remillard abc news dueling videos of the arrest of a philadelphia woman on memorial day weekend suspected of underage drinking show her both spitting at an officer and throwing a punch at police police body cam video released today show the spitting and name calling by the woman arrested on a new jersey shore front twenty year old emily wineman will be in court facing charges including aggravated assault a witness also shot a video showing the punch that has gone viral a vice president of a big wall street right bank is charged with insider trading on his desk at goldman sachs j john was able to learn a lot of non public information about a lot of clients federal prosecutors said he used it to trade stock and he tried to conceal it by conducting those elicit trades through an account held by a friend in south korea.

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"sudbury" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"sudbury" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The program we're in the lady actually was like a rocket scientist for nasa and she went in search the world history and said what was the best approach to teach kids like what was the best system that she saw out there in the world that it has existed and the one schoolroom approach was the best approach to where all the kids the same age in the same room and you're you're regurgitating over information but yet the higher ones take it to another level i it's a beautiful thing kids the same age or kids of different ages different age yes that's very similar to the sudbury school that i was talking about earlier where the kids the students learn from one another rather than having to have some socalled experts coming in there and even in the really early years of the prussian particularly out west where i'm from i mean there are a lot of small communities that had a one room schoolhouse and that was sort of the initial transition to the mess we have now but it was at least to bring all the ages into one room and that's how it was taught now it's not a it's not a new idea no it's not it's not and so she actually just took that and kind of expanded on it a little bit another very interesting fact that your listeners will love his brain works the program we're with works with the brain of the child as they move forward so the first early ages in in a child's brain is nothing but memory they're not taking anything and doing anything with it they're not really understanding things so a lot of times these public schools are just wasting their time trying to get kids to understand and take it to kind of this dialectic phase the first phase is just memorization so we spend the first.

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"sudbury" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"sudbury" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"A story that first appeared in the moonbat globe john henry's newspaper which deep detailed or showed allegedly that school district officials allegedly did not handled properly complaints from a former fifteen year old student who said she was sexually assaulted during a football game nearly five years ago in november two thousand thirteen so according to the globe article they say they claim backing up the students family's lawsuit that the school dismissed her complaints mishandled or complaints didn't take her complaints seriously enough and so they are now launched in a federal lawsuit the globe is backing the student in her federal lawsuit along with their family and so the students are very upset about this even though according to the school the sudbury police was notified they conducted an investigation they don't believe there were grounds for charges to be filed school officials apparently investigated the the allegations they thought there were no grounds for charges to be filed and employees tied to the federal government regarding title nine which prevents sexual discrimination against women against girls they also investigated and thought there weren't grounds for for charges to be filed so even though multiple people looked into this and then think this warranted indictments or charges it doesn't matter they want to protest something that happened over five years ago apparently was out of football game near the student bleachers where this girl claims that two boys sexually took advantage of her and assaulted her she's now in a as i said in a legal suit she claims that she has text messages from these two boys admitting what they did and asking her for forgiveness and for her silence so the lawsuit proceeds now whatever you think of this story whether you think the girl was wronged by the school whether you think she's wrong to be pushing a lawsuit whatever you think about this story i'm asking myself an obvious question why are students protesting why is the superintendent of the school bella wonk telling the students they have a right to protest allegedly under freedom of assembly you have our teachers that are encouraging the students to walk out you have english teachers who are encouraging these students to walk out and i'm looking at this and i'm saying hold on if there was a sexual assault that took place nearly five years ago and if there was a miscarriage.

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Military Academy Under Attack in Afghanistan, 9 Dead

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:24 min | 2 years ago

Military Academy Under Attack in Afghanistan, 9 Dead

"Bbc's karyn regal has more from the scene this is a very residential streets are typical inside route one twenty eighth street with single and two family homes lining it witnesses here tell me if this was earlier or during the week you'd have a lot of kids out in the street a lot of people heading to work a lot of people trying to get out the silver suv witnesses say came down the street too fast the middlesex da says the juvenile was arrested when he eventually crashed into a bank a double suicide bombing in afghanistan kills twenty five people and injured fortyfive others cbs's vicki barker is at the foreign desk this was the scene shortly after the twin suicide attacks the i bomber drove a motorcycle at the headquarters of the afghan intelligence service located in kabul's embassy quarter when a crowd of journalists rushed to the scene a second attacker on foot detonated his bomb in the middle of them deliberately targeting the journalists and afp photographer and a cameraman for a local tv station are among the dead isis claiming responsibility cbs news and this just in this morning a suicide car bomber targeting a nato convoy has killed eleven children at a religious school in the southern canada heart province five nato soldiers and two policemen were also injured leaving sudbury regional high school students are walking out of class this morning protesting the alleged inadequate handling of a student's sexual assault report demonstration comes after a fifteen year old female student filed a federal lawsuit alleging the schools leaders failed to fully investigate her assault report and then ostracized her while failing to punish the two boys suspected in the attack students will spend fifteen minutes and silent demonstration on the school fields bleachers where the alleged attack occurred in twenty thirteen dr ronnie jackson will not return as president trump's personal physician after abandoning his nomination to be the secretary of veterans affairs navy officer sean connolly took over as the president's dr last month and will reportedly continue in that role white house officials dr jack jason has returned to the white house medical unit but no longer as the physician to the president still to come this morning celtics and bruins both would second round playoff games tonight and the red sox back at it as well pretty good for late april more coming up in sports bbc news time sonitpur traffic and weather together on this monday morning the subaru retailers of doing that all wheel drive traffic on the threes get busy out there let's check in.

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"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A sudbury woman is recovering after being hit by a tree while using her snowblower carl stevens has the story it was yesterday morning a woman in her driveway were the snow blower getting rid of the latest gift from mother nature when neighbors heard a boom it was a tree weighted down with snow it fell on the woman this woman live next door spoke to wbz tv tiger screaming and wailing in things he was harry in his they went on for quite a laugh she was conscious when taken away and will survive what happened there was a reminder that with the heavy wet snow you need to be aware of what's around and what's above you karl stevens wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time nine thirty two president trump signs into action his controversial plan to increase tariffs on steel and aluminum imports we spoke to correspondent builds amfar allow what happens next well uh he's he's backing away on a lot of possibilities here are the announcement did come yesterday of a resume question whether other policy would be ready to go and would be ready to sign by then but the announcement was made yesterday afternoon i with exemptions for mexico and canada pending a nafta agreement now immediately canada said yeah the exemptions good but we're going to continue to push to have the tariffs dropped altogether mexico says the tariffs cannot be linked to nafta more than a hundred congressional republicans have spoken out against the tariffs senator orrin hatch says he hopes congress can block the move altogether silicon this morning we'll tell you what house of cards stranger things and the obamas have in common but first they'll vc news time nine thirty three time for traffic and weather together on this friday morning the subaru retailers of new england allwheel drive traffic.

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"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wbz the ten thirty dot com a sudbury woman recovering after being hit by a tree while using her snowblower carl stevens has the story it was yesterday morning a woman in her driveway with a snowboard getting rid of the latest gift from mother nature when neighbors heard a boom it was a tree weighted down with snow it fell on the woman this woman lives next door spoke to wbz tv tiger screaming and wailing in things he was harry in they went on for quite a laugh she was conscious when taken away and will survive what happened there was a reminder that with the heavy wet snow you need to be aware of what's around and what's above you karl stevens wbz newsradio 1030 president trump agrees to meet directly with north korean leader kim junk wound the offer came to meet via south korean officials after their meeting last month with hoon in pyongyang security specialist and professor of international studies at boston university michael corrigan says the olive branch from north korea is unprecedented this is quite a change aboutface in rhetoric kim jongwon was already been very tough blinder for the last five six seven eight years and i have some back down and now we appears to be changing course you're gonna reversing course and that is remarkable senator ed markey urging the president to use the expertise of diplomast to eased nuclear tensions secretary of state rex tillerson says the president had made the decision himself and then he will hold the talks still to come this morning we'll tell you what house of cards stranger things and barack obama all have in common wbz news time seven thirty three time for traffic and weather together on this friday morning the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes brought to you this time by.

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"sudbury" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"sudbury" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Beyond intestinal health in fact dr murray says it may affect the immune system throughout the body for the mayo clinic news network i'm dennis doda door taking a look at your roadway is this morning katie green here let's check out that traffic we do have a slowdown westbound 24 at 580 in oakland the right shoulder currently blocked chp officers out there right now northbound eighty it auto mall parkway the right shoulder here blocked as well nick it's an accident here no injuries involves so it looks like everybody is okay we do have chp officers providing some traffic control twenty four westbound as you approach the call the cat two vehicles taking of that left hand side of the roadway and northbound eighty at oak street we have a big rig that is sold in the right lane chp officers with them now also check in with the chp problem spot if you're traveling on twenty four west data this is 24 well we've had this is also the call the cut another vehicle ever to the right hand side your bart right checking in problemfree look jesus of awards yogi dini's though with gordon sudbury on talk radio earlier 60 cancer vo i i know to our critics this sosa really patti but that that's okay because this is so they unveiled the presidential portrait's of barachit michelle today and we were telling you about brock's which in is is becoming an internet sensation because it's unlike any presidential portrait ever general you're thinking presidential portrait okay this is you know leader of the free world too big deal even if you dislike the the guide office it's still a big deal and one would think.

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"sudbury" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"sudbury" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"That all which makes me think of cinerama the home filming technique but you know different cinerama don't wanna get distracted here but it's it seems like a big focus i don't mind it for an episode i think this episode being more travel focused on a double leg i think it's cool i don't think i wanted to go back this way every time because it does kinda shift things a bit i guess maybe if they were going around the whole world but this seems more like a detour into possibly different leg but the razor seemed to love it and when the racers are having fun while most of the racers were having fun it's hard to not feel that feel that abets and i've gone on record as saying that i don't mind the product placement at all because product placement keeps the lights on for everybody so i really think it's l k and in this case it is a natural fit for a tour company to want to sponsor a show about travel and i don't even mind that we did take a little bit more of a travel focus here because it was really spectacular scenery the tasks were a little man you know that's okay every once in a while i mean i'm thinking specifically i always go back to the sudbury leg for this nothing is ever going to be quite that platon but this yeah this was okay and it was really a treat take back to bangkok like i think the amazing race could go there in every season of every iterations and i'd be happy it's just such a greatlooking city with so many different aspects that you could highly mean you think they did go there you know in a miseries twenty six were they went to the cadidate cafe but i look at the task of things they did generally it was very different so i mean that shows you at least you know because i was a little concerned when i saw the bottle i wonder how many things that are doing now they did before.

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"sudbury" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"sudbury" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"That they could be brilliant store for some craziness the next two to three weeks to as we go down to five teams of especially to four know i gotta i gotta equivalent that though i didn't think this lake looked terribly difficult on pretty much any front these l seemed like tasks that are shockingly similar or in some cases identical things we've seen before and i think it was very doable maybe not so much if you're just coming off jet lag it was probably much harder on that front but the tests themselves really not much to write home about uh not that say it was bad episode it was just like oh they're going to do a synchronized dance oh they're going to dive in the olympic swimming pool they're going to find something written in a different language these are all pretty blogs standard amazing grace tasks don't you think yeah no and i agree on that i thought i was thinking more that it will get harder but now it seemed like as much the challenge here was just get into another country maybe as we saw with the team possibly getting a cab to go the right place but most teams the number problem with that so it seemed to me this episode and that's why it also felt kind of like a novel of initial leg were this episode is really about hey everybody isn't it amazing that we're going to another country and hey let's do a few cool things here and then then we'll move on and next week will really push him harder that's kind of the feeling i'm getting is this was more of the while it's exciting to travel overseas and here's a little does and then we'll do a few things and we'll have some suspense but really this is more of a set up yeah and this is as much a product placement leg as the time the city of sudbury paid off in the easing race to come and be in their city like okay good for you cinerama tours da got on tv.

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"sudbury" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"sudbury" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Sudbury so so very so home baby car ran did you wanted to put and stan take two sudbury soap so very soap home baby car baby bag lamp oh sorry sh sudbury soap so very soap home car baby baby bag where say what okay where where where you wanna just monitoring where is it a it's a baby okay sudbury soap so very soap home car baby bag bag so you've got i understand but there's sudbury soap silvery so home baby car bag when now that six words got it sudbury soap so very soap home baby car baby bag wam shoot sorry wamwere sudbury soap so very soap home car baby out bag baby wamwere well it's the copy because she carr's doors came unchanged at norwich at what he wanted to change doors all right because we have home car baby lookout baby in a bag okay well that's what it was you changed to baby bag sudbury so it's called saberi so by a mob gotcha sudbury soap sudbury soap baby car home uh baby bag wang right because in it that goes into the baby bag thing all right i think i got it yeah this is arts battaglia's saberi soap so berry shoot sorry this is arts battaglia's sudbury so so very soap home car baby baby bag i ran yeah because you know what i find if you say if you go and then when i don't know whether the audience here's me because i am screaming as i come upon a baby in a bag and then the baby goes wam because it's it's all a joke right is the baby what is the baby leaping for the bag the last seen.

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"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"sudbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the threes chris culkeen your brought to us by mercedes benz and the the mass pike spreading to see those delays now japanese yew coming by be forward nine right to route thirty but you're still clear all the way through allston brighten four now occupy out our eyes out for that and see if that changes shortly other than that from the west route two looks to be pretty decent shape normal delays getting from school street to the rotary add that again by sudbury wrote in between crosby's and tracy's it's all jammed up as well the rest of the ride hangs up at lake st getting to li so expect those delays as well southbound route 120 let's ask restonic offering church road a report local would bill gates starting back and rand opera on the twenty four emerge you get really slow from one thirty eight in canton up the old toward 109 indebted and then at a state heavy heading up into the needham wild up toward kendrick straight growth in the mall for insurance rotor port 95 still a spot of traffic getting by 295 it's also heavier every one but heaviest from two parts of street to want 28 the traffic a 24 heaviest from harrison boulevard on up your jamba route 3 just north of two 28 israel hang up that stays busy up toward a unions treated that on the expressway from puerta spurred parkway runup to columbia road downtown you're jammed on the deck from before spot pond although ian the tobin bridge backs down the chelsea curve but the tunnels to from the airport are still good next update is at seven thirteen stubble bs traffic on three wind look at the fourday wbz accuweather forecast now it's meteorologist elliot abrams he's cloudy today remaining cool there's a slight chance for a showers are temperature 67 clearing tonight.

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