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"weymouth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Had a crash in a Weymouth on the on ramp to route pre south onto 18 that has now been cleared and the rap has been reopened. Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the three Not exactly a picture postcard. Start to the day here in Boston. In fact, far from it, it is raining. It is 50 degrees, the rain maybe coming to an end in short order, But the cooler air is going to stick around for the rest of the day cooler than normal For this time of year. Only in the mid fifties, it starts to get a little bit brighter. And a little bit warmer. Tomorrow as we work through the rest of this week will be mainly in the sixties and maybe seventies for the upcoming weekend. Right now, it's not a good look here in Boston Grace guys and still raining in most of the area 50 degrees this Monday morning at 6 34 little noise could go a long way and stopping a recent string of attacks against the Asian American community. At least This is the thought process in Quincy in age 40 Philip Chang get out of the financial sector and dedicated his life to supporting the Asian American community. He's now the president and CEO of Quincy Asian Resource is Hank. I find it's my life calling and love one doing and like many of us, Philip is disturbed by the recent uptick in violence against Asian elders. If it's not right And we need to do something. We'll just so happens that a couple community members had no idea whistles this coming Friday, Quincy Asian Resource is will start handing them out to elders. The hope is that the noise might thwart an attack. But Philip says it's more about the message. We want them to know that they are not making mistake to come to this country and this country wants them, he says. The whistles air already being well received in New York match your WBZ Boston's news radio hack attack. The largest pipeline system in the United States has said to be the work of a cyber criminal gang officials say the group dark side from Russia is responsible for shutting down the East Coast.
Weymouth Compressor Station South Of Boston, Has Third Release Of Natural Gas
"Congressman Stephen Lynch is calling for the immediate shutdown of the natural gas compressor station in Weymouth. This comes a day after the unplanned release of gas the third time that's happened since last September. Which says the incidents in danger the lives of people living in and around Weymouth and Bridge, the company that owns the compressor station says it's still gathering information about the latest release of gas.
‘I Don’t Fault Him’: Rockland Police Chief Says Officer Left Cruiser Unlocked While Running After Suspect
"Shooting an armed robbery suspect in a stolen Rockland police car yesterday in Quincy. After a tense standoff in a chase through several towns. The suspect, identified as 36 year old Eric Leach, has died. Is WBZ TV is Nick Emmons officer drew his service revolver, pointed it at him. I told him to get on the ground. He refused to comply with the commands and, in fact, put his arms up and challenge the office of the shoot him. That's when the officer tried to tase Leech, but that didn't work. Cell phone video shows two officers chasing leech around the home before he jumps into Iraq Land Police cruiser that set off a chaotic police chase. Bergen Parkway in Quincy. The big concern the police rifle inside the cruiser that leech managed to unlock at 9:45 A.m.. This standoff came to a violent end despite the numerous request to surrender. The suspect started to come out of the passenger door with the patrol rifle. State police stop team member just charged his weapon and shot the suspect. Norfolk District Attorney's office handles this investigation. Weymouth police also confirming that One of their cruisers was damaged during the Chase, A police officer in Abington was injured after his cruiser hit a utility pole and rolled over during the chase. He is recovering. And is expected to be OK. It
"weymouth" Discussed on Drilled
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"weymouth" Discussed on Drilled
"The challenges with determination to address this crisis head. On how will people on the frontlines protect themselves from the immediate and impending threats of rising tides how to our social inequities come floating to the surface in communities battling flooding and storms out this season on broken ground available broken ground. Podcast dot org or wherever you get your podcasts activists like andrea and alice have been trying to get national reporters to pay attention to what's happening in weymouth for years and so his miriam wasser an environmental reporter with wbz warr boston's npr news station. Last month something happened that made people outside of massachusetts sit up and take notice. It is now suddenly like this big issue that gas companies all over the country are paying attention to and and one person i talked to had this great line where he was like miriam. This is the weymouth compressors dakota access pipeline moment. That might be a stretch but who knows. Here's what's been happening in weymouth since last fall. So like a mentioned before the break. Despite a lot of pushback for years from local activist groups the compressor station got its permits and started operating in september and then almost immediately. They had an emergency. Shutdown turns out this over and gasket failed and it wasn't supposed to be used in this situation but anyways workers had to manually shut down part of the facility and in the process. They vented a lot of natural gas into the area. People were pretty freaked out especially the people who had been worried about this project. From the beginning. And bruce everything's fine. The emergency system worked like it should. We fixed a small maintenance issue. And we're back in business. Two weeks after that shutdown. I says okay. You're good to go. Here's your final final permit. Now keep in mind. This is still the trump administration's for which was extremely pro oil and gas. The head of the commission at the time was neil chatterjee. Mitch mcconnell's energy adviser and then six days later the women compressor has a second emergency shutdown. This time it's i. There was some sort of loss of power to the shutdown system. And it basically. It did what it's supposed to do it. Lost power triggered itself to shut down But i vented a lot of natural gas into the area and people were armed and a number of our congressional delegates were really alarmed at and they reached out to the federal government that triggered investigation from the federal government specifically from the pipelines and hazardous materials safety administration or penza. The investigation kicked off in october effectively. Pausing all activity at the weymouth compressor an activist groups and local. Legislators took that opportunity to appeal to firkh to say. Hey this is what we said was going to happen. Now it's happened he need to rethink this here state. Senator patrick o'connor again. They always almost an immediate emergency shutdown. And then right after that there was another one when they started to get up and running again. And no one could have made a better case for why the compressor station shouldn't be there than the company themselves By having those malfunctions happen. I should mention that. O'connor is a republican. And this is something that i see over and over again that when it comes to national discussions in d. c. A lot of times debates around natural gas and oil and other kinds of fossil fuels are kind of the abstract at the local level. These things are not partisan when there is a pipeline or a compressor station in your district causing potential harm to your constituents all of a sudden. It seems very clear that it's something that you might want to do. Something about and o'connor is very frank about what he thinks. I should be doing in situations like this. You know seeing regulatory commissions that have all the power make decisions based on what the industry wants them to do that practice as a whole whether it's healthcare or energy or education or wherever it is just has to end and it's been going on for far too long down in dc. So yes. I would hope that. Not just for You know but other agencies see the people are paying attention more than they've ever been paying attention to what's going on down in our federal government and that we need to actually look out for our taxpayers out for our neighbors and not just rubber stamp. These projects and initiatives that big big corporations put forward. Okay so the weymouth compressor was temporarily paused tober. There was this federal investigation going on. Legislators activists were appealing to firkh. And then i did. Something kind of weird. The initially declined to rehear the arguments about the weymouth compressor but they didn't completely shut the idea of a rehearing down. Oh for q inscrutable beast. Here's alice arena with francs. They had to either give us the hearing or they had to deny it they. They didn't have a choice so they denied it on november twenty third but said but you know maybe we'll think about this later so it was. It was a non denial denial. It was kinda crazy in december at the commission meeting on december seventeenth. I believe we were on the docket for on the agenda for this meeting. And we're like we don't even know what it is that they're talking about but there were talking about the denial. Apparently at the december meeting decided to table the denial discussion until january. So the january meeting on january eighteenth three of the commissioners chatterjee glick and comments voted to deny the denial double negative. And so we said gosh. That's wonderful. you the denial. But you didn't give us the rehearing. So what what can we do. So fractious started a campaign with our allies You know across the state and our members the state delegation and our federal delegation. And we went after for on the docket and said you have to give us their hearing. You can't you know you've got to either deny it or approve one or the other now. This plane biden has been inaugurated and a guy named richard glick has been appointed the firkh commissioner and this seems like a big deal to climate activists because glick has been very outspoken about the fact that he thinks firkh ought to be considering environmental justice and climate impacts. When they evaluate things like pipelines and compressor stations. What was like super surprising after this meeting. Commissioner richard glick got on twitter and he said quote the weymouth compressor station raises serious environmental justice questions which we need to examine the communities surrounding the project are regularly subjected to high levels of pollution and residents are concerned emissions from. The station will make things worse in three years at work. I've seen little more than lip. Service paid to environmental justice. This needs to change. And that i'm sure as you know. Amy is like an astounding to hear from someone within for it really is that was. Wbu ours museum wasser again. And she's right in twenty years reporting on energy and climate change. I have never heard a for commissioner. Say something like this let alone put it in writing in public and then came another big surprise that the first meeting in february. Here's alice arena again so.
1 Dead, 3 Others Injured in South Weymouth Apartment Parking Lot Incident
"Year old man from Cambridge, dies in a shooting in Weymouth early Sunday morning as that investigation continues the very latest from WBC's match. Shearer a tragic scene here at the site of the old naval base in in Weymouth. Weymouth. Norfolk Norfolk County, County, D D A. A. Michael Michael Morrissey Morrissey says says four four people people were were taken taken to to the the hospital hospital around around 3 3 A.m. A.m. Sunday Sunday morning. morning. There's There's one one person person dead dead to to other other people people with with a a parent parent can shop wounds and one other person for other medical reasons. This all happened in the parking lot of the mass light apartment complex in South Weymouth police. They're still trying to piece together exactly what led to the fatal shooting. But thanks to several witnesses, they have some leads. I believe that we're Looking at whether or not do is advent into us that spilled outside. No arrests have been made at this time. But the shooting does not appear to be random. Nor do police believe there's a threat to the public match here.
Several Injured In Shooting At Weymouth Apartment in Boston
"The night broken in Weymouth early this morning after shooting breaks out in an apartment building, injuring at least two WBC's match here in Weymouth joins us live right now, with the very latest man. Charlie. The Norfolk County D A. Is expected to be here any minute with more information. But here's what we know so far just before 3 A.m. police were called to a shooting at the Mast Light apartment complex. At least two people were shot. No arrests have been made at this time. We don't know the condition of the victims yet, but police say it was not random and they're likely is no threat to the public. Regardless, Some residents were evacuated overnight while others stay put. This is a fairly new development on the site of a former naval air station to my right, I see an abandoned runway and to my left to sign that reads luxury living beyond that is a parking lot surrounded by police tape and several police cars clear indication that the investigation is ongoing and we'll continue to bring you updates as they become available Live in Weymouth. Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio National Weather service,
Activists monitor controversial Weymouth gas compressor station's air quality in Greater Boston
"Cold moves in tonight, activists on the South shore now getting technical with how they're monitoring. Air quality is the controversial way with natural gas compressor station project was trying to get some of the data you know, before they turn it on. Robert Curren's is with the four River residents against the compressor station, showing me real time data from a just installed air quality monitor at Quincy Point. It all goes to a map online called purple Air, where you can view air quality here and elsewhere over and Matt of hand. It looks like they're in this one. That's in the hundreds. This data helps heighten environmental justice concerns, and it's right there Playing to see you can go in and compare different areas around Greater Boston. So you live in a different neighborhood. At the moment. The energy giant end bridge owned compressor station in Weymouth isn't up and running when that happens. His air quality monitors will be taking in
Massachusetts firefighter is charged with operating his vehicle under the influence and leaving the scene of a crash.
"At Home and East Bridgewater Firefighter finds himself in some hot water this morning. Preston Clam of Rockland. Charged with operating under the influence and leaving the scene of a crash yesterday. It happened on Route three and Weymouth. He has been placed on administrative leave and is scheduled to be arraigned later today.
First case of fast-moving U.K. COVID-19 variant found in Colorado
"We mentioned the first reported US case of the covert 19 variants that's been seen in the UK has been discovered in Colorado and also a nurse who's been vaccinated has now tested positive with us once again this morning is Dr Simone Wilds infectious disease position at South Shore Health in Weymouth, Massachusetts. Good morning, Dr Wilds. Good morning. Thanks for having me well, these two stories, you add them all up, and it's pretty clear that this thing is seems to be getting worse and people need to take precautions. Absolutely. We have to continue to do precautions. Wash your hands where your mask practice social distance and especially as we get into the New Year holiday. What are your thoughts on the nurse I mentioned who had was vaccinated but has tested positive. Well, this is not unusual. You know, we we tell individuals that the vaccine the first dose doesn't give you protection until 10 to 14 days after you received the shop, So you're still able to contract the disease then and we want you to continue toe practice the public health measures that we've been talking about. And moreover, the second dose is where We really get the full benefit of the vaccine, where it's more than 94 95% effective based on which vaccine you get. So during the interim, you have to continue to take the precautions to avoid Get in the disease passes the disease onto someone else. Let's talk a little bit about this covert 19 variant that now has shown up in Colorado. And if it's in this country will probably spread some. Or is it a surprise to you that it spread so quickly like this? It was definitely not a surprise to me. You know all public health officials infectious disease, Doctor, We've all known that you know, the viruses mutate. They change all the time. Some of the mutations and more significant than others. And you know, Corona virus is no exception. The one that we've seen the UK, which is now here. We really Anticipate that you know this strain would be here. It's just we haven't been testing for it as much and now we have it. I think the big thing is, it's more transmissible meaning more contagious. But the big thing that I think everyone is Lisa's happy about it doesn't cause us much death and doesn't call severe illness.
Health officials warn of post-Thanksgiving COVID-19 case surge
"Across the nation. Today, Health experts are bracing for a post Thanksgiving surge in covert cases is comes while the United States anxiously awaits the process of getting newly finished covert vaccines approved for emergency use and rolled out America's top infectious disease specialist, Dr Anthony Fauci, tells ABC this week today that the health community is nearly certain Things are going to get worse before they get better. We likely will have an increase in cases as we get into the cold weeks of the winter, and as we approach The Christmas season. And as for those who did gather outside their homes for Turkey Day this year, Dr Todd Halloran of South Shore Hospital in Weymouth says people need to get tested. Best thing to do now is for anyone who's traveled and, you know cross bubbles. You want to go out. You want to get tested. We know that probably getting cereal tests is important as well because single test can sometimes lead to false negative result. Here in the Commonwealth. We're seeing no exception in the cove in 19 surge, state health officials reporting more than 2900 new cases of Cove it and 40 deaths in the last 24 hour count. Hospitalizations also won the on the rise, 1000 and 45. As of yesterday, 225 of those patients in ICU.
"weymouth" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"I can picture it. So well, Tina did a lot of their interviews and France, and they loved the friendship hospitality, the good food and the flowers backstage. They were playing to sold out shows the band was in terrific form. There would be nice. We're both Tina and David would break strings on their Qatar 'cause they were going so hard. Oh Chris celebrated his twenty sixth birthday in nineteen seventy seven when they were on tour in Holland. May New imagine that. I I was just thinking like to six year touring the world. It's It's perfect like you can still drink and not have the worst hangover in the world. Very, true. You've had a little bit of life experience all that stuff. So yeah, I'll not set list. You know among their songs were loved building on Fire Oh love comes to town. Don't worry about the government knew fueling cycle killer, take me to the river. So we're gonNA play new feeling because I think especially, the beginning of the song is really going to show off some of their musicianship at the time ready. Ready Right..
"weymouth" Discussed on Pantheon
"Recognize that base anywhere wouldn't. Ya. Oh God, yeah that's like such a good song and that's the first song. I. Always think of when you when people talk about baselines and. She just so memorable and like it just sets you up like songs the Best I love that song. So people asked her where she got the inspiration for that and I guess if you watch the Psycho. The original psycho movie, the shower scene. Oh interesting like the. I guess I guess. The next song they wrote together was warning sign. It was built around a drum beat that Chris was playing in. Rehearsal. which he now realizes he owes the beat to Ringo. Star's tomorrow never knows. Chris wrote all there is to that song in the style of the velvet underground. In. Seventy four they had enough cover songs, inter-regional supply show. So they called themselves the artistic. David was already displaying some odd and selfish behavior in those days. For example, in his senior year, there was a group show planned called movies, talent show cocktail, TV live bands, guest speakers. The band was to play for artists had hung their shows and everyone's work was displayed equally including one of David's because he was an invited guest as artists to put some of his stuff up. And this was for a risky thing was a college show. However, the show was cancelled due to the advertisement of free cocktails. The band packed up. They left and while they were doing that David, re hung the show so that all his art work was in the front of the building. Wow. For people seeing it later looks like David Solo show. So David hadn't even been a student at the school for years. Wow. Chris says that the Chris says. This incident set an early precedent for David. Seemingly continual need to aggrandize himself at the expense of his collaborators and if their contributions were not as important as his had I known about this at the time, I would call them out on it but I didn't for some reason nobody told me years later he treated the rest of us and talking heads with similar disrespect and continues to do so I have to wonder how his new collaborators will feel. Tina has said that he seems incapable of returning friendship. We learned this from experience. Wow that's really interesting. Very. Single minded artist, which is. It is like, how do you collaborate with people like that? It's just you can't. Really. It seems like if anybody could do it, they were the people to do it. They really always put talking heads I like ahead of I think their own personal interests. and Luckily they were so successful with other endeavors to they never seemed to be like to burned by anything that David did. No Pun intended Oh God. In their final year of school Chris got his own place. So he could be alone Tina one day she asked him to cut her hair into a blunt straight cut in as he was doing this he said you know not and I feel like we could be married and that she replied one word. Yes. So cute. They worked really well together in the studio they were both preparing series of paintings and while they did this, they listen to a lot of the Brown University FM Station, the discovered a lot of new new music and they both loved reggae. They also like like craftwork ban that they heard on jukebox one night. They had great music and you could really see how they brought this into both of their you know. Amazing. For Sure David and Chris were playing more shows together, and while some people were uncomfortable with David Stage presence, the way that he lost himself in the Music Chris thought that this was a good thing. After graduation TNN Chris decided to move to New York. He had saved some money by painting a mural that summer in Pittsburgh and off they went. I mean. Dreaming of a place where his band could play something important to their Bantu finding a place that was important to their band like the cavern club had been the Beatles one day Chris walked in to CBGB's. Now do I say CBS GB or CBGB'S Jacobs okay. Even though the scientists CBGB's. Both work I always say CBGB's okay. So you had recently put a poll on Instagram Yeah what do people? Where where did they see themselves feel themselves more Max's Kansas City or a CBGB's. And what one I think CBGB's by a lot I think. So what about you? How do you feel between those two venues? I picked maxes solely because. I that is a place that people sat at tables and you could like talk to people. So if I went back in time I'd like to go table table and talk to all the people there. But like for watching shows, I would definitely pick CBGB's Cool I. Love How you participate in your own polls. Sometimes, I'll I'll make them and I'm like I don't know who to pay we get lots of messages to you being like this is too hard I don't know I believe me I know I'm sitting here struggling soon like too bad you had to choose Yeah. So when he did stop into CBGB's was dead it was like the middle of the day I. Guess it was stead but he heard that a band called a ramones would be played would be playing later that weekend he thought okay cool. A Mexican band. The. Ramones. To him when he did see, the ramones realized okay. They seems like a non conceptual art piece and soon will be getting into talking heads came to open for the Ramones in Europe. David. was also in New York at this time and Chris asked him to be a part of his new band with L. Looking Him in the eye. David replied I. Guess So. I love him. I love him I still love David Byrne. TNN David agreed to be his remains and they all moved into an old loft together on Christie Street. which is like the lower east side. Not sure about the street he said, it was a nightmare of neighborhood but the upside of the bowery was that he could walk down the street and bump into Debbie Harry Chris said Debbie and Tino were like roses and a rattlesnake nest. Nice Stephen Spouse who I mentioned earlier, he lived just a block away in the same building as Debbie and her boyfriend Chris Stein. You would also cross paths with Johnny thunders and his girlfriend's of the moment who Chris had looked so fine compared to Johnny's looking like a mass. So he probably ran into sable at one point it will star exactly. He doesn't mentioned but I definitely bet that they did people that he does mention around there at the time where Willem, Defoe Robert, Mapplethorpe and feminist writer. Kate Millet. One time he walked into the Tin Palace and so I'm Mick Jagger sitting alone wearing a huge newsboy cap high as a kite singing softly. But instead of singing the words he was singing at the top of his lungs blowing me softly with his lips. So, Chris decided not introduced introduce himself..
"weymouth" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Chris really calls her the love of his life who became a crucial member of the band and an iconic pioneer for women in music. This is so true. Now, Tina we find out at the end of this book has been working on her own book. She's working on her book at the same time as Christmas. So hopefully, we're going to get a teen away mouth. Memoir because she is so fascinating she's so smart. She's so artistic. She So cultured that I would love as she so eloquent she's so good with words. She's a writer. I would love to hear her side of things as well. For sure in the meantime too I sent this to you you can. Find. Patino weymouth tribute in an eight minute video on YouTube which Kinda sums up her life and her career and a nice little with Nice little boat. So Chris and Tina met in painting class at the Rhode Island School of design, and I'll be referring to it as wristy after college they moved to New York and they would be playing and creating music at the same time and alongside bands like television. Patti Smith. Blondie and the ramones. Can you imagine of talking heads Chris says you could say that Tina and I were the team who made David Byrne famous we were very good at shining the spotlight on him. We created a band that was postponed before there was post punk new wave before there was new wave alternative before there was alternative. It's true. Absolutely. So a quick chat about David Byrne in this book. Chris and Tina have mentioned that socially emotionally he was it was tough at times to be in a band with him They mentioned that at the time this word wasn't really anybody's mouth but they believe David, Byrne is on the high functioning side of autism and then I saw an interview. That he had done and the interviewer had brought it up and had said you know people from the autism community. When they associate you with that, they are very happy about that you. You would bring a lot to this community and David didn't really admit one way or another if he has autism or if he identifies with it, but he has said that just kind of like, yeah. I did find it difficult. Especially when I was younger to socially interact with people. I've kind of all as far as I know that he's really said about it but I didn't go into too much detail about that. So what we're GONNA, find in this episode in through this book a little bit is knocking David a little bit off the pedestal because I know for me before I read this book, He really could do no wrong. But as I had said, I had message do during this and I was like Oh we're going to have some problems with Dave bed. Like really. A lot of selfish behavior and you're like. I'm not spies. Done enough episodes now to kind of. Expect this yeah. We'll take our step back. We'll go. To. Fort Campbell Kentucky May. Eighth. Nineteen fifty one. That's when Chris was born Chris's father was a young army officer and his mother was so third bell a real knockout because his father was in the army they moved around a lot. His father was offered an opportunity to study lot Harvard. So the family moved to Boston they also moved to Virginia where his brother was born. At a very young age Chris loved listening to the radio. He loved rock around the clock by Bill Haley and his comments. Tutti fruity by Little Richard you get the idea When his father was a lawyer, he went to Korea following the Korean War and Chris and his mom and brother went to live in Indiana with his grandparents. So you know that kind of makes me wonder if all of this moving around kind of prepared him for. The. Eventual. For sure. The eventual touring. Yeah. That kind of lifestyle would make things a little bit easier. More. Adaptable to change brochure released seems as though Chris had a wonderful childhood again sometimes or often we talk about difficult childhoods issues with their father but really Chris's father was very attentive to his children. They spent quality time together when they moved to Charlottesville his father built them a treehouse swing. You know they had access to wildlife and the outdoors Yeah. And then as it goes, he got a transistor radio he discovered Elvis and like many of our beloved musicians was totally inspired. That must have been such an incredible I, mean we take for? take it for sorry. We take it for granted that we just have all these options musically to be. Part of that era where. You know no one had ever seen in Elvis before that must have just been such magic I know right We can only. We can only read about it. Everybody is world opening up when Chris was eleven. He was walking to school and he had thought because he wasn't feeling very cool. I'm going to read you what he says. It only took me about ten minutes to walk to school and all the other kids must have been running earlier late because I didn't see a soul music walk like a man by the four seasons was looping around in my head. I was not feeling very cool at all. Since mom made me wear galoshes that morning I felt I may not be cool today but one day. I will be cool. I will be an artist maybe even playing a band. I felt that one day I will be respected and have something important and interesting to say girls will pay attention to me. I will go away from here and travel far and when I come back, the girls would be an off my accomplishments and watch talk to me. They will think I am cool and they will want to sit next to me. It's like he's giving himself the almost famous. Zoe Day Dacian speech. Him So. One day. So in-school Chris joined a band. He attempted to play the trumpet, but it wasn't happening for him. He had a great band teacher who urged him to try the drums because he noticed that Chris had a good sense of rhythm. The next year because his baby sister was born and one Sunday evening in nineteen, sixty four, his family was watching the Ed Sullivan show. I feel like I mentioned this in every evidence. There's again it's like that was such a monumental moment for literally anyone who was alive then I know he was mesmerized on the bus to school the next morning. The girls were already singing the Beatles. Of course that was the iconic performance he says. The advent of the Beatles and the British invasion that followed was and still is one of the most culturally important events of my lifetime. I. Still Can't believe that the rats would have been on that plane if it wasn't for. Phil, Spector. It is mind blowing isn't it? Like that? Culturally important event for everybody is lifetime was. Further on at. Hijacked by. A piece of garbage man. Anyways, I'll save that for my thesis. 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Boston - More Than 20 Communities Now At High Risk For Coronavirus In Massachusetts
"Are added to the high risk red Zone with more on that. Here's Jim McKay. We're now up to 63 communities in the highest risk category for the state designated red on the covert 19 map that's released on a weekly basis. To get into the red. You have to be testing at eight cases per 100,000 residents some of the newest communities in the red on the map. Weymouth, Hanson, Hanover, Abington and Rockland all on the cell shore, West Newberry, Oxford and saw August and the list goes on. What may be more alarming is the jump in the overall state case rate. Just in the past week, Massachusetts went from a daily average increase from 7.3 cases per 100,000 people to 8.7%. So if you took over 19 high risk map math and took its state wide the entire state would be in the red Jim McKay W. B. C. Boston's news radio
Interview with Mark Constantine of Lush Cosmetics
"Back. In nineteen ninety-five I was studying in London my sister. Karen. Came to visit me that year. She'd been to London before. So on her visit, she was the guide we traveled through the market stalls Candan lock we picked up some indie records at rough trade and made a special trip to covent garden to visit a newly open shop. Called Lush I hadn't heard of it but my sister had instructions from all friends back in L. A.. Get me stuff from. Lush. Now at the time, it was one of two lush locations in the world, and this is before e commerce. So unless you went to the store, you couldn't get the products. Remember the overpowering smell of roses and lavender and honey and lemon I remember these long loaves of colorful soap laid out on tables where you could slice off a Chonkin pay for it. By weight there were bath bombs and shampoos and lotions. It looked like the produce department at a fancy grocery store. You didn't see a whole lot of plastic packaging and in front of each product, you'd find a bright colorful chalkboard with a description. It was unlike any beauty product store I had ever seen. And it probably explains why then There was a line to get in. Lush was part of a new wave of beauty companies that came onto the scene around that time. Many of them influenced by the body shock and it's iconic founder Anita Roddick who as you will hear features prominently in this story is well. The main founder of Lush Mark Constantine had already seen incredible success and then catastrophic failure by the time he launched his venture. In fact, right before mark. Open Lush. He's lost most of his money on a mail order business that went bust. But. Lush turned his fortunes. And and today it's a brand with more than nine hundred stores around the world. Now, in recent months, the pandemic has hit the company hard. For time all of its stores in the UK, the US and Australia were closed. But. Lush has also seen a massive surge in online orders and later on, we'll get an update on how mark and the company have navigated the pandemic and the global economic fallout. But first a little bit about mark's background. He grew up in weymouth seaside town in the south of England. When he was only two years old his dad's split from the family and went off to Africa and mark never saw him again while he was growing up. And his mother. She took mark and moved in with her mother marks Grandma. It was me my mom, my grandmother who really brought me up a my aunt. So. I was really bored three. Yeah. What did your mom do? She was a journalist in the local newspaper on I knew my mom had to work in order for us to to be okay. It was very, very comfortable life full of love and hugs and security. My mom was always there and I love my nine I looked up to my nine and so it was comfortable. Very nice. Obey. Feminine Life I've felt. Spoilt To be honest, obviously, my nine drilled into me the proper values as well. with proverbs and all sorts of other things you know I I had to rights repeatedly better best never them rest till. My good is better. My better best things like that. But then I guess. Around the time you were twelve. So you like you stopped living with your grandmother like Yulia mom moved out. what happened was they there was larger a my mother married the lawyer we moved to my grandmother died. I didn't realize probably until much later in my life high much that'd affected me I felt responsible. I think from my grandmother's death for most of my life because obviously I was important to her and I wasn't there anymore and I couldn't after her and she died on then my my stepfather was. Very, cold I would say and violent. But that's very typical upbringing fifties because they'd come is war gentlemen. There was a lost friends some of them had seen that friends killed or relatives and So it was you know not surprising that those people were bringing up my generation went all the best balanced people in the world. What kind of I mean what kind of kid were you? What do you remember about how you responded to those circumstances? Did you I don't know retreat into yourself or did you act out? Did you fight with your mom? What do you remember or didn't fire my mom but I force a lot with my Stepdad physical fights and they would argue we would all argue. It was just I want to say unsatisfactory which doesn't side like this is like a strange word to use it but. Certainly when I came to build my own home I, for example, never locked the front door. You know I I make an effort on those smaller things that tell people that they wanted to. Careful. Kid were you at school? Are you could student? School was still difficult for. Really. Was it was just heart for you. I. Mean there were a lot of gangs. Gangs were normal in the fifties for for everyone there were lots of gang. So I went to the grammar school, which was the best school in. The top ten percents shoots went to the grammar school. Everyone's surprise when I got in. And then I wasted it while I. was there except that I did make friends and we were in particular gang where we could make. Bombs and things. Can. Make bombs. What we were the news like. PIPEBOMBS. They were we killing sugar bombs with batons permanganate. Glycerin Fuses also savings on we went making them for the IRA season, the Perron purposes to intimidate other gang.
"weymouth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"At the controversial Weymouth Natural Gas Compression station yesterday after an unplanned gas release caused by gasket failure End Bridge says the equipment failure happened around nine yesterday morning. It's not clear yet how much gas was released. Protesters have been at the Weymouth compressor all week, which started being built this past December despite opposition from environmental activists and public figures. Including senators at marquee and Liz Warren, coming up a new method for getting a flu vaccine this fall. It's 403 and we go to traffic and weather together. Super retailers of New England all field drive traffic on threes with David's Droney. Thanks, medicine. We're gonna go sell to town Express Way north round, You'll see spotty congestion Neponset right up into the city. Expressway cell found slow self hating the pontiff again First Brook Parkway through the split through three cellphone. You typical jam 18 to Derby street, then clear shot getting over the sag more onto the Cape 25 E's Not bad just under a mile Getting over the border bridge. 28 North bound, gets heavy approaching the born rotary roots. 95 20 for looking good to and from Rhode Island's Laura and of 93, South bound, still slow out of the rain tree split out past Route 37 in Braintree. Going downtown, next to the lower deck of 90. Three's moving fine lever down ramp still full top to bottom river roads move location on the child's Now the airport tunnels are good to go to and from Logan. The Tobin north bound heavy from the center span the bridge into the Chelsea curve through that work zone, David said wrong. W busies traffic on the threes. In the four day forecasts going to stay nice this afternoon, turning to a partly cloudy night low of 56 Sunday sun giving away two clouds temperatures between 70 and 75 on Monday. Partly sunny, less humid with.
"weymouth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Braintree. It's 69 in Weymouth. It is 70 for him. Milton 69 degrees in Boston. 5 55 on the ring Central News Line Governor Charlie Baker today warning of covert spread if masks aren't Warren also urging people not to go to parties. The governor today also talked about closed bars and restaurants and unemployment at his briefing. Only that ZBZ is Karen Riga last the governor if he had any inspirational words for working people of Massachusetts as we get ready to head into the Labor Day weekend. Beginning of the summer. We're really we're in a really rough place. I mean, if you go backto may 18th basically nothing was open. All right. Um, that was the day. Right, Um, half a million people who weren't working in Massachusetts are working now. You weren't working at the beginning of the summer. All right now that's progress. Way should be proud of the fact that that's that That's happened because it wouldn't have happened without the people of Massachusetts stepping up every day doing the things they needed to do to work with us to stop the spread, but we still have a long way to go, and I think it's important for people to remember and understand that and the governor Doesn't want people to get into big gatherings over the holiday weekend and remember to wear masks and socially distance..
Hingham Firefighters Union Refusing To Take Down ‘Thin Blue Line’ Flags near Boston
"We're going to go to Hingham, Massachusetts. If you live on the South shore if you live on the South Shore. Um You have much to talk about tonight. Basically The South Shore, the town of Hingham. Is probably one of the nicest towns on the South Shore. It is certainly I think, one of the wealthiest towns of the South Shore Apparently a single complaint. By one citizen if I am to believe the Patriot Ledger newspaper, which I do believe Complained about what's called a thin blue line flag won't atop fire trucks in him. Now, for those of you who do not know what the thin blue line flag is. It's a flag that takes the American flag. Aah! And basically Um The red white blue are hushed or eliminated so flag of a black and white with a thin blue line, which obviously is intended to pay Tribute, Tio our first responders. And Was specifically purchased. By the Hingham Fire Department. Ah, too. Show support for the police department in Weymouth that lost Sergeant Michael Chestnut back a couple of years ago in again one of those Police shootings that you would not expect to have occurred in a community like Wayne that there was an early Sunday morning shooting in which The officer. What was approach someone who was acting pretty badly and in an effort to calm the guy down as I understand it, the The individual picked up Iraq, fired it at the head of officer Chestnut, standing him and then took out. The officer's gun himself and killed officer South Sergeant Michael Chestnut. There was also a woman in a nearby porch was simply sitting there, reading her Sunday morning newspaper who was also killed and I don't know if She was killed in a random shot or if she was killed intentionally that will all come out and quit anyway in nearby Hingham, neighboring Hingham. Um, the authorities there. I guess the select people. As well as the fire chief and the police chief told the Fire Department that they had to remove the thin blue line. The flags from the fire trucks now. The these, um flags, um are black and white versions of the American flag with a single blue line at the center. Ah, I have no idea where that is standing tonight in Hingham, But it seems to me that it was a mistake. Now, apparently. The individual who called with a complaint with one single citizen felt that the blue the back the blue themes and the Again and hear the thin blue line flag somehow. Um Offended the Black lives matter movement. Now it seems to me that it is entirely possible that someone could be sympathetic to the peaceful aspirations of black lives matter. Which which would be to have everyone treated. Equally and equally fairly by police officers and never again have what happened either to George Floyd in Minneapolis or Briana Taylor in in Kentucky. Happened again again in a big country like this. Will there be another incident? I'm sure sadly, there will be But The two year anniversary is, according the Patriot Ledger of Sergeant Chestnuts. July 15th 2018 Death an anonymous person Placed about 500 small, thin blue line flags on brain tree's town common near town hall. The flag spelled out the words spelled out the words. Thank you. But after talking with the mayor, I didn't even know that thief hanging ahead of me. And I thought, um, I thought him was a town. But that's what's reported in the In the ledger of the flags were removed from town hall to the Braintree Police Department property where there is a memorial for fallen officers. This is upsetting to me. Ah, I hope it is upsetting to you and I hope that you will Call and and express yourself. Um, this this is wrong because you now Not you cannot. You can express support for black lives matter. But if you would you express support for something other, some other cause. Again a back the blue cause somehow your Expression of supporting the police. Can be eradicated again. This is the cancel culture that we're dealing with in this country right now. Can't according to the ledger, one person, one person made a phone call. And the the officials in Hingham rolled over Now, If that story is changing, we did reach out to him to Hingham officials today. And of course, we had no one who would have the courage to come on and explained the rationale, but From the Um, from what we have Red Ah, the town statement was the town of Hingham has a long standing practice of Onley displaying official flags of the nation state town in military. As result when we were made aware of a banner being displayed on a town asset, I eat a fire truck that was inconsistent with this practice. We ask to be removed. Pingan firefighters Local 23 98 took to Facebook to make clear that displaying the flag of the on the anniversary of Justin's death was to support the law enforcement officers who put their lives on the line every day. And wasn't no time meant to be a political statement, while the members of local 23 98 or not pleased with the decision to remove the flags will continue our unwavering support for all the men and women of law enforcement. Who bravely protect their communities Day in and day out, So
FDA ends emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine
"Federal regulators revoked emergency use authorization today of chloroquine and hydroxy clerical in to malaria drugs that president trump touted as potential treatments for covert nineteen the food and drug administration said today this drug may not be effective to treat covert nineteen the FDA said the drugs are unlikely to produce an antiviral effect and earlier observations otherwise the FDA said have not been consistently replicated Dr Simone Weil joins us from south shore health near Boston so what happened we are all trying to find a cure for Colgate nineteen act there was some profit with early studies that were done without the clerk went and everyone got on that bandwagon you really need to do something for these patients and there was a lot of promise however as we have progress and learn more we have found there's not a lot of any benefit to you I talked to Klara plan and that there's a lot of side effects we care about our work done about the yeah this is no small drug this is a powerful drug if they can treat malaria and it also used to treat lupus and rheumatoid arthritis so you know it has its particular you know but right but no specific study to say it's actually beneficial for covert nineteen so how big of a disappointment is this I think we all wore something that your Kobe nineteen routine so many debts and that healthcare professionals will help lead because we want to do something but I think that there is something that gets a cold we're going to go through it I think they did not really pan out the way we hope it works I know everyone including the president has tried it but I was trying to keep all of the data and that's what we're going we're going to buy it they find that the information that we have and date on the studies that have not been released take care there is not enough data to support the benefits are I thought the kora playing basketball coach in nineteen patients and a big error that ID back in particular the card yet I noticed though that the FDA said some of the clinical trials would continue is that a good practice given the potential side effects I really want to get more data in order to yeah and third what data not very effective for treating Kobe nineteen more thirty seconds but you know we don't want to continue giving it back up right now what what's the next best thing well you know we have a few things that we're working on and you know we're doing when does the day here as one of the big brown I mean I can do a lot with that is there are other biologic that we are using and of course the biggest thing is working on back seat it's rare that the public take such an interest in these kinds of treatments but this is the process is in a trial and error figuring out something that might work in and figuring out it doesn't work this is a long process although they are meaning once you have information that's going to be rather than about the date your browser then we go ahead and we continue that that is not very date I think a lot of people right so you want to stop okay Simone Weil's and ABC news contributor joining us from south shore health in Weymouth
Boston - Weymouth Man Charged With Murdering Father
"Also a Weymouth man has been charged with the murder of his father concerned family members went to the home where both of the father and son lived only to find William walling senior debt they call nine one one officers finding the sun willing willing junior in front of the home according to the police the medical examiner will investigate the cause and manner of Mr Wellings death the younger walling will be arraigned in Quincy District
Boston - 19-Year-Old Stabbed And Killed In Weymouth, Woman Arrested For Murder
"An arrest has been made in the killing of a Weymouth man nineteen year old Ryan Martin staff to death Thursday night in a wooded area near kernels Dr twenty six year old Kelsey debello arrested yesterday in Hanover and charged with murder she will be arraigned on Monday reports indicate that you did know each
Boston - Weymouth's South Shore Health Making Hand Sanitizer For Staff
"Hand hand sentence sentence highs highs are are it's it's in in short short supply supply so so shore shore health health is is trying trying to to make make their their own own on on March March fifteenth fifteenth the the state's state's public public health health commission commission issued issued a a declaration declaration to to all all pharmacies pharmacies if if you you have have the the supplies supplies to to make make hand hand sanitizer sanitizer have have at at it it so so cheap cheap pharmacy officer at south shore help Christopher young in his career went to work the thing that we get wrapped up to do so we pulled the team together and said how can we make this happen what supplies to have on hand in less than three weeks they've produced enough sanitizer to fill one thousand four ounce containers and restock forty wall dispensers at the facility the hospital is also started production of their own face shields and young says they're ready to explore any options every innovation whether it's black shield a hire seamstresses document down because this is gonna be a marathon all just try to do our part at south shore health Chris fama WBZ Boston news radio
Boston - Physician at South Shore Health facility tests positive for novel coronavirus
"Also at the healthcare workers on the front lines in the fight against covert nineteen have been dealing with some infections of the road in the medical community opposition with south shore health test positive for coronavirus medical group says it could be an unfortunate side of things to come the physician is now under quarantine at his home for the next two weeks and anyone they came into contact with including patients providers and employees has been notified so shore health operates so shore hospital in Weymouth in a number of medical centers in Norwell Kingston and Quincy in a statement to WBZ newsradio sell shore health is saying the reality is more healthcare professionals here will likely have levels of exposure to covert nineteen as it continues to spread they're also enhancing their screening procedures moving
Here’s what to expect from Monday’s weather forecast in Boston
"It's going to stay brisk and sunny this afternoon up to forty four tonight clear down to twenty seven in Boston near twenty in the colder suburbs Monday is going to be sunny and up to thirty eight Tuesday a couple of showers moving in up to near fifty Wednesday is going to be sunny and breezy temperatures near forty six Thursday's cloudy with showers temperatures in the mid forties and Friday clouds with some sun a couple of showers but temperatures in the sixties right now it's forty one degrees in Weymouth forty nine in Woburn forty nine in Mattapoisett as well forty one with a few clouds in Boston at two
4 Members Of South Shore Family Killed In Florida Crash
"Apart by tragedy on a highway in Florida is now opening up about their loss and their gratitude for members of a south shore family killed while on vacation in a crash right outside Disney world's WBZ's Laurie Kirby is here with more on that story Jeff in a time of unthinkable loss the family is expressing this morning appreciation for the outpouring of support from the Weymouth and Whitman community they sat down next of late with WBZ TV's Lisa Hughes at their home Shane Smith lost his wife Julie his five year old daughter Scarlett twin his son Jackson a sixth grader who loves soccer Jackson's organs saved at least four lives was heartened as you know is the liver were able to go to children that were younger than him and then his kidneys and as long as you're obviously given two separate but they're older you know considered young adults so you know at it certainly makes you feel good from the standpoint of that he was able to to help somebody you know that makes you feel better oh wait for Jackson his grandmother Josephine Faye his mother Julie Smith his five year old sister Scarlett will be held tomorrow a funeral mass will be held Saturday it's tough to hear all right
"weymouth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Facility and Ortiz in Weymouth look for whoever's sending wild animal traps in that south shore city well the Senate impeachment trial of president trump presuming this morning both the house managers and president trump's defense team gave their closing arguments yesterday today senators will continue to give speeches explaining their impeachment folks the trial expected to wrap up tomorrow with an acquittal in the Republican led Senate meanwhile president trump's bearing to deliver his state of the union address tonight to a joint session of Congress A. B. C.'s current Travers is at the White House with a preview tonight will mark just the second time in history an American president has delivered a state of the union address during an impeachment trial when president Clinton was in the same position in nineteen ninety nine he didn't even acknowledge his ongoing trial White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham on fox this morning said she didn't think president trump will either if you look at the ratings the American people are frankly bored of it I don't think people want to hear that people want to hear what the president has done for this country and what he's planning to do for this country Karen Travers ABC news the White House WBZ will carry president trump speech live tonight at nine followed by the democratic response from Michigan governor Gretchen what more illegal immigration of course one of the key issues of this election seasonal CBS correspondent Adrian about reports for Mexico City on the impact of president trump's immigration policies there Mexico's been cooperating with president trump orders to reduce the number of undocumented migrants arriving at the US Mexican border but the humanitarian price is heavy according to NGOs like doctors without borders there coordinator for Mexico Sergio Martine says he's seen many who were sent back to Mexico fall in the hands of drug cartels controlling migration routes thousands are living in makeshift camps at the US Mexican border with no access to even basic healthcare he doing barred CBS news Mexico City the rape trial for disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein resumes today yesterday's trial date cut short after one of one's genes accusers suffered a panic attack on the stand Harvey Weinstein's lawyers were questioning accuser Jessica man yesterday when she began to sob on the stand that led to a short break but man was reportedly having a hard time breathing in what some say was a panic attack so the trial stopped for the day man expected to be back on the witness stand again today in their cross examination once things lawyers are trying to paint the thirty four year old is a manipulative liar who conned her way through sexual encounters with one string Quincy man has been indicted on rape and assault charges after police accused him of sexually assaulting a teenage girl thirty one year old Adam beverages charged with three counts of indecent assault and battery on a person older than fourteen two counts of aggravated rape on a child with a ten year age difference there will be arraigned in Norfolk Superior Court next week Facebook is giving parents more control over their kids messages perhaps as more more Facebook executives have kids themselves they're seeing the light on parental controls parents will now be able to see their children's chart history on messenger kids and users will be told what kind of information others can see about them Facebook's come under fire over its plans to extend end to end encryption across all its messaging services child safety advocates have warned that could prevent law enforcement from accessing evidence of child abuse Vicki Barker CBS news one day after football's biggest night comes word of the death of one of its greatest players Willie wood was an integral part of the Vince Lombardi Green Bay Packers of the nineteen sixties the hall of fame defensive back won five NFL championships with the Packers including the first two super bowls would died Monday he been suffering from advanced dementia for several years what was undrafted out of U. S. C. and wrote postcards to several NFL teams seeking to try out he played for the Packers from nineteen sixty to nineteen seventy one the team's president said the Packers family lost a legend but Michigan CBS news well what a waitressing shift Saturday night in Salisbury Jennifer new Vera got a big tip from a big name here's WBZ TV is Joel McDonald and I looked down I might fifty dollars that's nice one fifty seven that's nice and that was really nice and then I kind of looked again at the slip and it said Donnie your move I just I was shaking I find the thousand dollar tan inspired by the twenty twenty tip challenge earlier this year Donnie Wahlberg tip to server two thousand twenty dollars Bach double down and then some.
"weymouth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Weymouth and co has to getting over to situate Marshfield Plymouth as well and that's gonna be the case probably for the rest of the morning but who knows hopefully this fall to move out earlier let's see how the rest of the day is shaping up in the four day WBZ accu weather intervals of clouds and sunshine this afternoon with a high of seventy five will get into the lower eighties in many western suburbs tonight turning out mostly cloudy and more humid with a low down to sixty five tomorrow humid day with clouds breaks of sunshine will be a shower thunderstorm brown of the afternoon I tomorrow seventy seven but again in the lower eighties since the western suburbs turning warmer and the staying human on Sunday with clouds limited sun a few sponsors your shower thunderstorm I eighty four on Sunday and then hot and humid Monday with sun and clouds hi ninety two that would tie the record set in nineteen eighty three I make about the meteorologist Brian Thompson W. B. C. Boston's news ready icing cool on the south shore as well sixty five right now in Scituate heading over toward the north short seventy one in Salem must town sixty eight in Lexington right now in Boston what sixty nine ring central the leading cloud communications and collaboration solution for today's mobile global work force integrates your voice and video online meetings and team messaging and one experience for a free trial visit ring central dot com when central empowering your team to work as one ten twenty five now it's time for New England business GE shares are regaining some of the eleven percent route suffered yesterday after allegations that the company had misrepresented its financial condition G. denied the claim today William Blair analyst Nicholas Heymann defended G. the company confirmed that CEO Larry call provide nearly two million dollars worth of GE stock yesterday.
"weymouth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Also scored the Weymouth native is tied with Patrice Berge around with nine goals these playoffs in coils. Also the first player since Johnny Buzek to score in three straight Cup. Final games out of Kaufman, WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio five forty three traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Here's David south of town. Lower end of ninety three northbound stalls out from route twenty eight in Randolph on the approach to the expressway expressway northbound is heavy through the Braintree merge and slow in spots between these Milton and Columbia road. Route three northbound is slow from route eighteen to the expressway Twenty-four North is heavy getting by route forty four and then getting by Harrison boulevard. Ninety five northbound on the brakes from the Dedham street overpass to route one twenty eight one twenty eight northbound, okay, from there to route sixteen north of town, getting pretty busy on route three southbound, no heavy and slow four ninety five past one twenty nine and then jamming between treble cove road and concord road, and filling in. For close to a half mile on the approach to one twenty eight one twenty eight itself, so far. Not bad. Just getting a little tight around the ninety three interchange. Ninety three south on the breaks between two thirteen and dascomb road than heavy and slow one twenty nine into Winchester highlands. For ninety five southbound is tied up for close to a half mile getting by route ninety three David Streff, Felino, WBZ's traffic on the threes. Fifty two degrees. Sunshine in Boston. The highs today near seventy we'll see sunshine to start then some clouds move again. Later on occasional rain, especially near and north in the mass pike. Tonight, a low of fifty seven degrees. Tomorrow, variably cloudy showers in spots, high of seventy four degrees. WBZ.
"weymouth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Rich. What's actor, Richard Weymouth? Then I will tell you about my trip into work rich Weymouth high. I rich Brad. Hey, thanks for taking my call course. Okay. We're gonna switch it up a little bit. Have you heard anything on? Little movement on they want to change the state seal with Indian and the spear and the above it. No. I don't know. That you out. Well, does a little story in the paper a couple of days ago. And they kind of said that it was a disembodied. I'm above the seal holding a broadside, and that the Indian was offensive to American Indians is I just factor the people, but they want to change the state's, and I like to think of was how nobody changed Yawkey way into, you know, something else. I mean, you know, we know each traditions we kind of like them, and then, you know, some people get offended. It's like the way the tearing down the statues down south of the generals, and it's kinda crazy. But I just wanted you take on the state seal whether you far against leave it alone. What do you think, you know? I remember reading something about this a long time ago. And there is something about it that I I remember thinking that it was. I don't know. I see what I'm looking at it. Now, there's a native American holding a bow. And there is a disembodied. I'm with a big sword. Above the the native American Murad saw. And I guess that some are offended that looks like this story sort is threatening the native American. Latin inscription on it. So it's like, I don't know peace through strength or some something crazy, but they want to change it all around. I don't mind the change. I'm I'm not as a dick addicted to tradition has some. I mean, there are a lot of traditions in the Catholic church that need to change, for example, lots of need to change. What's the big deal? If you change it. And you know. The the native Americans they deserve a break. Do they? Yeah. They got a little piece of land out in Oklahoma. Right. That's about it. Yeah. I remember this discussion a long time ago. I'm looking at it. Now, I'll say if they want to change it. I don't have a problem. Yeah. The back on the vaccine vaccinations, again, it was a great movie out. Maybe eight nine years ago could be called the constant gardener familiar with watched it. Yes. Great movie. Don't you think? Yes. So now, you can see with some skepticism came from some of that anti vaccine people. I don't remember the movie enough to remember to make the connection, but. I can sum it up pretty quick. Big final would go to Africa and tell all these people, you know, like a tribe or something like that. We're going to give you some food and some water, and it will be split by a drug that they would use a vaccine or something, and it would skew the results by burying the dead people and saying, hey, we had no problems with it. Because you know, there's no sense of style there. There's no nothing. They just they would skew the results. So it was just disheartening movie. When you think about it? Good to be revisited. Maybe or maybe you did such a good job of explaining it. I don't need to. Yeah. Anyway, thanks, rich. Hey, that's it. Obese young guy and have a great morning. Check you later. Okay. Thank you, very much, rich, rich and Weymouth got a couple of minutes to tell you about the trip in here and. The thing is we all getting situations. We I believe I was irritated to begin with that was in a crabby mood. So. I probably skewed towards being judgmental. But here we go. Take the t from home to know station. Get off gotta change. To the orange line, which is fine. I didn't realize that I was crabby. While waiting in north station for the two of growth, some guy. He's got his ear budgen any thinks he thinks that he's the super singer, John legend or something. So Harry is with this little hat. He's you can tell these a little bit goofy goofy hat. Kind of nerdy. But kind of perform e. Performance nerd and he's singing. Loudly,.
"weymouth" Discussed on Little Atoms
"Yenisei little atoms. I'm now Danny today. I'm talking to Adam Weymouth with took it about his book kings of the Yukon an Alaskan river journey and other we've been talking about the river in salmon and something about the people. But let's talk about that journey for a bit. Why did you think going by Bose would be the way to engage with this with this subject when it definitely wasn't because I had much community. The proposal for the zone it before handed to us me how much how many days spent in canoe end about an often they can up to this point. I know that so a few days on the why in in a couple of days on the it said that the absolute streams compared to the Yukon guest the point where it's kind of three miles from Bank to Bank reaches the ocean. It's seven miles on back to bang said absolutely enormous river, and yet it's it's kind of the most sensible way to travel through the country. It is very much the highway in a way that the bushes so dense is does no votes collecting of these villages in whether it's by in on in summer obi's machines name available in win to win. It freezes over is how people get around, and I was really interested in this way of doing this of slow overland journey if a few years ago, I walked from England to is Dan bull is kind of exploration of coca mention in walking. And I got really interested in this way. Every meeting was a kind of string of incidences in how people woods as no I felt so of gateway I was coming from because I turned up on a NATO me about cousin in the next village nine. So it'd be policy from place to place and that to me fell quite interesting way to reach their drove than kind of standard journalistic Lisa chose us to where you'd saw fly into vintage in leave a couple hours later doing in this very slow way. Former transport people go fell to me that people radio opened up much room. When when we turn up in a few days coming on the beach in people will come down to talk to us in to break down barriers think. Yeah. I think that definitely comes out of the way that people relate to you. Because of the way that you've arrived. I guess the way that you tied up in there in the next town along the way the neck settlement on the way, really opens up the way that the people relate to you. I think yeah, you canoeing. Still of. Indigenous people traveled a couple hundred years ago, they find it quite quaint people instilling canoes. No, it's kind of saying someone coming in take a horse uncon- down a motorway in aluminium boats now out will Motors and all the rest of it. But there was still kind of connection there is at least we neither wherever we've been out in the same rivers them. They'd come down to trust. Again. Gossiping what's going on in the lotto up river of you say in some insight. So yeah, it was a given that they was dressed in. We will vote with us as well. Stay. I mean, the journey is is perking up into a couple of Paul's logistically, but tell me about the sort of equipment the the length of the journey. We have what's the logistics of of traverse the entire Yuka the main shit was it was about full months in a canoe. And I mean in some ways is quite luxurious waiting to travel. You note that that ship though, I talked about Daming into stem..
"weymouth" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Found fill in the blank Jesus Allah he's a wicked he's he's a very religious. Guy he got his GED Oh yeah He's he's he's a. Changed, man Yeah I'll I'll I'll give. Him a parole about, the time. We hear from officer Chasma. Guy that's that's my failing. Justin you're next, with Howie. Carr go ahead Justin It's been, the common theme down here on the salt? Shore for quite a while now that Weymouth is indeed the new Brockton, and what's the one thing that nobody in Weymouth regardless of what their position on politics is what's. The one thing that nobody can deny that implemented this whole thing the huge influx in forcible housing that, they brought in all these crackhead developments that. They, brought in. They put all this affordable housing up and. Down fifty three and, eighteen and. Within the last ten years. Weymouth has turned into Randolph. Slash Brockton overnight I off between between the opiates the drugs The hundred steps in women the people you can't leave a vehicle outside anymore without an alarm. Line it without somebody trying to steal it you got people selling dope. Out in front of WalMart and fifty three the Weymouth police had to build a. New police station in the last two years that's four times the size of the old police station 'cause. They? Had to hire all these, new cops why because of all these crack they're bringing in up and down fifty. Three and eighteen is nothing but horrible housing I know I was kinda surprised when I read that they found they found, the sky last October when they busted him they found. Him in an area of known drug activity I, was thinking that's kind of weird. For Weymouth an, area, of known, drug activity like it's like it's you know methadone mile on moult melda cast. Boulevard or. Something area of known. Drug activity it's, bad, thanks for the call just an eight four four or five, hundred forty two forty two six three says when will? He be on the cover of Rolling Stone I don't think his hair is quite. Possible enough. To to reach the Sarnia level I don't I think I don't think John. John Wayne is not, the editor, of roll and publisher of Rolling Stone anymore so he can't take an interest. In this. Nice young man eight. Four four five, hundred, forty two forty two another day another. Cop murdered another day, to ask why Massachusetts doesn't have the death penalty you? Know why be St. Finian because we're a.
"weymouth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Six one seven two five four ten thirty stephen weymouth in a moment but i promise to tell you something i don't know if you knew this but back in august at a meeting to discuss sanctions on venezuela or after the meeting the president turned to his top aide and asked an unsettling question and that was with the fast unraveling venezuela threatening regional security why can't the us just simply invade the country and that freaked everybody out it's stunned those present including tillerson and mcmaster both of whom are gone and it stayed in his head they thought it might go away with a lot of people explain to him how that was bad and my beef would one of my bee's would be if you're going to be putting american boys and women in harm's way you need a better reason than that trump pushed back he didn't say he was gonna actually order the military plans but he pushed back and he really felt that things like that a great panama grenada etc and there's no sign that that's left his head people thought maybe it was just bluster but not not the case and of course that affected things down there popped up again recently and i just thought i'd let you know did did you know that that's an interesting thing let's go to steve in weymouth interesting to know and people say scary steve hold on before we go to you one thing this article in and it was ap does something i don't think they should do it's what people complain about the those talk about bias that tremendously biased line there they they said the unpopular president they didn't need to put unpopular in there that's a clear case of bias just put the president this additional these negative words like that are the reason the press is getting slammed the why why don't you stop it it's pretty clear case of them being right about bias in the press and of course nobody's unbiased but you gotta leave your bias at the door when you're in the news business right right was four thirty eight and we go to steven weymouth how do you do steve hi bradley i i agree yeah they should they should well that as far as many as wael ago so i think they'd they'd welcome us with open arms it'd be like the most that roared we'd have to invade them i think like i said i think they'd open the door because they're hurting bad anyway you are on the line before he talked about that yeah you were talking about world class cities and why we need to drink till four in the morning there was an article by michael graham that said you need to be open till four really to be a world class city when it comes to drinking and i just didn't understand why drinking was linked to be in a world class city as a person who's worked nights for many years of my life i would rather be able to get out of work at five in the morning and go have a cold beer and it used to be able to do that through a couple of place in boston where you could do that and they're closed now unfortunates you wanna be able to get out of work at five am and drink i get that but that's about opening early not saying that working at twelve hour shifts it'd be nice to be we used to be able to do that places in the north end you do that and and then.
"weymouth" Discussed on Channel 33
"I made a film called best of enemies it's just going to ask you about gorbunovs weymouth buckley which to me is kind of a mere documentary documentary literally noted my note network question was literally the flip side of this is a film you made a few years ago you know looking for places where we can agree you know even if we disagree politically coon we agree about how we should speak to each other or how we even allow ourselves to communicate or you know the the basically a neighborhood is a society and being a neighbor is being a citizen and what fred was doing is advocating for a healthy society easer the basic rules might feel like we take those things for granted and we're living at a time now where i think we've taken those things so for granted that they made their fraying and they could even break you know that there's nobody out there advocating for civility nobody you know that's essentially what fred was doing and i feel like we live in very uncivil times absolutely and so to remind ourselves that a neighborhood or a society is a fragile thing it cannot be taken for granted and i know that sounds kind of you know soft and wishful you know and i think that's exactly what fred dealt with this whole time but i've always kinda believed can we remind ourselves of how much you have to fight to keep a society healthy in civil that it's not something we should just bet on and in fact we have a culture now that has so much so much riding on the incivility of it you know there's so many people that profit or get votes or get eyeballs or make money by playing two are lesser human instincts that's true i mean that kind of tension but something even working here every day we figure out when there's a an unfortunate moment unfortunately means more people are paying attention so there's there's that difficulty in he's devised to be to play to those things exactly know and it's like so how do you make kindness attractive it's something fred talks about in the film you know is it a story.
"weymouth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Free on personal recognizance after being arraigned on those charges statehouse news reporter matt murphy says a concern driver dropped a dime on brady early saturday driver who had followed him on i ninety three followed him off the highway into weymouth after observing him swerving between lanes and called police and he was pulled over by the weymouth police administered several field sobriety tests and arrested for operating under the influence of alcohol in a statement brady also apologizes to weymouth police he says he will follow his lawyer's advice as the cases adjudicated and a second suspect in the burglary of rob gronkowski's home in foxborough has turned himself into police today eric tyrel of foxborough is now being held on ten thousand dollars cash bail and will be arraigned and wrentham district court tomorrow police already arrested anthony alameda of randolph for the burglary and patriots jar the patriots tar was away at the super bowl a third suspect identified as shane dennis took spree is still at large in the high profile puppy doke as today he could have gotten a maximum of sixty years behind bars the judge in the end sentence rods lahser kaczynski to eight to ten for beating a pit bull puppy mix so badly she had to be euthanized judge beverly qanoni also said when he gets out of prison he'll be on probation for two years your no possession custody control ownership or contact dog cat horse or other animal work for volunteer animals are present jury found the defending guilty of twelve counts of animal abuse yesterday but he was acquitted on a single count of witness intimidation the white house is the decision to include a citizenship question in the twenty twenty cents this was made by the commerce department spokeswoman sarah sanders defends the idea we've contained this question that's provided data that's necessary for the department of justice to protect voters and specifically to help us better comply with the voting rights act attorney general maura healey will go to federal court trying to block the move a number of states worry that the.