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"armand hammer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"We're going to go to the traffics in there now and check in with Stevie Reese. Thanks, Marco. We've got an accident in New Jersey. 76 westbound trying to get on the wall. Women Bridge. The right lane is blocked there and it looks like somebody went into the barrier. So is that the right lane and shoulders block got that from an ATT and T phone forced tipster. We appreciate the call to 157 24 10 sixties. Who, if you ever see something, and you want us to pass it on to people make a call as long as you could make it safely. We always love to hear from you. We've got another accident. This one is in Delaware. Traffic is jammed up as you approach which one and seven up too, right before 1 40 once actually Airport Road. We have the two left lanes blocked with this And this delay is not great. You've got at least 10 to 15 minutes. As you're sitting through this, you got another backup, but this one's due to construction and it's on the school expressway. Westbound traffic is jammed University in through 30th Street. And that is gonna be with us the rest of the year. You've also got some slow traffic on the Vine Street Expressway. Westbound. It's just volume as you approach the Scougall Expressway. Things are looking good on the blue Room for 76, the Northeast extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike looking great, and we don't see any problems. East west on the turn by either on for 22 eastbound traffic is jammed up. From Armand Hammer in through Santa Toga, so really slow through there. Once you get past that and on in the Limerick, everything looks good westbound in Limerick. We are doing some work here there, too, but it's really not causing a serious problem or delay. We got contact in state road close between spring Mill and Scougall Express my until three o'clock. They do that every week day. So today again just another day. You've got to get around it. Mastrangelo. No reported problems. You're next updates coming up in less than 10 minutes in the K y w 24 hour traffic center. I'm Stevie reeks. Now, the five day forecast here's NBC sent First Stiller meteorologist Steve Sausage. Good Thursday afternoon. You'll notice the humidity is higher throughout the afternoon hours. In addition to the clouds, we could see a Sprinkle or light showered a few times today. Otherwise,.
"armand hammer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Just for whatever reason I never made that kind of like. You know connection with the rapper before, but like dude anything with the piano. He usually sounds money in the first three singles. Of Country were amazing lake. I was super super excited about. But for me, this record felt like when you listen when you see a movie trailers mad hot, and then you get into the movie like all the best parts in that trailer. Icy. Yeah just somehow. I'm not sure I'm still trying to piece together. Why don't like it more but for some on some level, it kind of lost its way. Sometimes I think. Chris To me, doesn't carry the abstract avant garde thing as well as let's say Armand Hammer like they live in that space where he he to me when he's kind of. Decently pocket. Cool be like he's talking about real life, Shit. Really hits whenever he the beat gets too abstract, or he's trying to do something flow wise. That's just. Definitely, high level craftsmanship but I'm like I I don't quite understand listening to right now. Awesome also quality. Chris Mixes his vocals Madel. To where you're coming. What did he say and sometimes times? Like I have a condo in sludge village, so. Totally used to that at this point. Did, do you have? Thoughts mixed or not on that I was going to say the things that Damone just mentioned is kind of what I like about quality I like I like the low. You know. The low volume of the voice liked it I like the weirdness. I. I guess I. DO agree that I. Don't always am down when he when he tries these crazy flows, but I still appreciate the craftsmanship. You mentioned This is gonNA sound like a super weird thing for me to say to you Damone, but like the record is so black. Like it's so it's like this celebration of like African American creativity, and like it's like a spirit of lifting. And Some Points Line Gospel almost at times like celebration of the lake, Spirit and people might you're not on board with that like. I love what I love. That record the like I said the first three singles were amazing, sacred safe. Of course they're all going to escape me right now, but I played those a bunch. I think all of Kelly. Kwalik, Chris's work is very much steeped in in the black experience, and so he really he really holds up, and that's part of why I dig where he comes from, but Yeah, just for whatever reason I just wanted to call it out because it's a record that I love that and. I slipped it in there. 'cause for me. It's not the top tier. It's more in the top of the bottom of the top or whatever let me do. A couple of others shared that I don't think we need to like..
"armand hammer" Discussed on Pantheon
"Labels kind of thing where he's like utilizing the brand names, the East Bay catalog the Nikes. I can't imagine so sick like. Doing a different style of hip hop and on that song I think lucid. Hook and it's like will. They've gotten well away from that as well. Nobody thinks anything except for usually fielded or like a difference Iowa voiceover There's a ton to be learned from. Two, okay so you, you already here I go back and check the early Armand Hammer releases, so you don't like dumb ass. When Woods asked you what your favorite releasing. Low in theory. Anything that comes to mind no I actually had heard Rome before paraffin, but just on quickness in during a workday type shit so I really had no real premise to it, but yeah those really cool when he was. Let me ask you guys. Really cool when the artists actually cares Tony and that earlier in the interview to. A lucid projects which I I. I thought that was super interesting to and I was just listened to let me tell you what I think like. Yeah, yeah, so rare opportunity great interview, really really happy to have. Those guys are cool. Man I just can't. I can't imagine how it feels to walk around being like I'm the best rapper in my best friend or close. Compatriot is basically like Scotty. Pippin in this equation where? These long he might be the second best rapper, but he's also like the second best rapper in the group. You Mrs such a thing about them. It's amazing to hear in a bunch of our recent interviews about how much is going on in Brooklyn if we just even if we go back to the fat Tony kind of talking about. The scene there over the past couple years in talking to NAP Nina. Apparently? Chris traipsing around Brooklyn Alday, writing runs of his phone as about it the caller culture podcast interview with Armand Hammer, which should also check out if you like if you like our take on it. They did a slightly different version of the interviewer. All those guys are emcees so it's real MC E. Yeah, yeah and Donna. Claire from Deejay booth had a written interview that was posted with them this morning, so there's a lot of deejay booth nation. Anderson Pot doesn't have anything to and. Mac Miller another ten..
"armand hammer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"It's amazing to hear in a bunch of our recent interviews about how is going on in Brooklyn if we just even if we go back to the fat Tony kind of talking about? The scene there over the past couple years in talking to NAP Nina. Apparently Chris traipsing around Brooklyn Alday, writing runs of his phone, as about it the caller culture podcast interview with Armand Hammer, which should also check out if you like if you like our take on it. They did a slightly different version of the interviewer. All those guys are emcees so it's real MC E. Yeah Yeah and Donna Claire from Deejay booth had a written interview that was posted with them this morning, so there's a lot of deejay luth nation. Anderson doesn't have anything to and. Mac Miller another ten. On deejay booth for no reason. Shut out either. Out All right sometimes. So. Yeah that well I I love this program. Because sometimes you just jokes make this is what I miss. I miss you guys. I wish we were just hanging out in person I. Know I think anyways maybe soon. Ish with distance perhaps I don't know. So, so that's a hard, no then. GLENN CANS The first initial quarantine episode sound like anyway. Pretty much. We've come a long way we in the last three months. What is it? The tweet was A. In the bay area we'll see what's up. Equals No, yes. One hundred percent. We'll see what's up y'all know why because you'll be like who are going to be there. Right we'll see what's up. We'll see what's up. Yeah, we'll see what's up. Is No for sure. It's a No. My mom hasn't learned how to decipher yet. I'll go shut out to Jamaica. She's listening. So we, we talked to arm and Hammer. We talked about shrines which you can hear us. Gosh about in the interview. And that is definitely one of the strongest albums of the year. We're officially midway through a twenty twenty and Yeah, just wanted to take a little bit of time to stop in. This is the all star break Thinking about what albums are. On track to potentially being an album of the year. If you listen to us for the last couple of years and you should have. You'll know that we do a whole jamboree at the end of the year where we we had album of the year. In a bunch of other kind of. Words came on and we didn't. Do like a fake. Here it is you accept your award over Audio Interview Woods? who made the album of the year hiding places with? Kenny Siegal it should have some applause, nate. Canned applause! Anybody if we ever get a real studio like a soundboard like they have. Great..
"armand hammer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Bod pod. That was our interview with Armand Hammer. I loved woods at the end. Jumping in with a putting us on the spot, though so tight. Yeah, that was that was real dote. Just so you know you guys won't see the zoom that the key and Peele gift where he's like sweating. 'cause you can cut watching porn. The top three I was like nate go I go I totally told me I was ready. Already I do my research. And I happen to love their music, and I came kind of late to it so I've been listening to it a ton again, your. Shrines is so good. I have to listen to paraffin paraffin so good I have to listen and I didn't know the first two as many as much as none of us did, but now that I'm listening to them on. A really fucking good. They're really really well done records There's a couple of things on race music, just I. My ears weren't ready like one. Thirteen I was I just was nowhere near the scene I didn't know about it, and even when I first started getting into them, I was like this album's clearly a different thing like they're not doing the thing that I like. which is like the dystopia thing which we talked about a ton? Right then when you go back and listen, it's still them. They're still brilliant there some moments of writing on there that are so great. There's this song. I'm not going to remember the title of both of them. Talk about very relatable thing that I think we can all relate to. Though I grew up middle class I felt this as well when I was a kid of like not being able to wear a dress how you wanted in the new this whole like riff on like brand names like They think it's a woods has assigned where he incorporates Russell Athletic into the thing, and it's like a kind of rhyme. He would never do now like it was almost like A. Labels kind of thing where he's like utilizing the brand names, the East Bay catalog the Nikes. I can't imagine so sick like. Doing a different style of hip hop and on that Song I think lucid sings the hook, and it's like I'll will. They've gotten well away from that as well. Nobody thinks anything except for usually fielded or like a different style of voice. Oh, there's a ton to be learned from. Two Okay so you you already here? I go back and check the early. Armand Hammer releases so you don't like dumb ass. When Woods asked you what your favorite releasing. Low in theory. Anything that comes to mind. No, I actually had heard Rome before paraffin, but just on quickness in during a workday type shit, so I really had no real premise to it, but yeah those really cool when he was. Let me ask you guys. Really, cool when the artists actually cares Tony. And that earlier in the interview to? A lucid projects which I I thought that was super interesting to and I was just listened to let me tell you what I think like. Yeah, yeah, so rare opportunity great interview, really really happy to have. Those guys are cool man. I just can't. I can't imagine how it feels to walk around. Being like I'm the best rapper in my best friend or close. Compatriot is basically like Scotty pippin in this equation where. These long he might be the second best rapper, but he's also like the second best rapper in the group. You Mrs such a thing about them..
"armand hammer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Checkout, our extensive expensive interview with Armand Hammer, deb. DAHBAR applaud, we're back. We have another dope interview lineup up for y'all this week. We have a group. On the line that is a castle, really big shadow in the in the hip hop world that we move in a group that we talked about quite a bit on the show both the individual projects together, and I am speaking of arm, Hammer on the line with us to talk about their new record. Shrines appreciate you guys coming on the program. I want to kick it off by asking the question. When was this material recorded? 'cause I I listened to the album and their. If it depending on how you want to view it, it could seem like talking about things that are happening right now, but that's probably not possible so I'm I'm interested to know like winded this particular batch of songs. Recorded and kind of what was going on at that time. Yeah definitely pre quarantine. and I think my. This. Recollection is September twenty year nineteen? We're on tour. And like the. Woods correct. There was like a couple of songs that maybe have exists to go. Look you probably know better than me. I'd have to go look up when we were there, but yeah, the the first song that we actually wrote and recorded was bitter cassava. We were on tour and we drop the demo for. With.
"armand hammer" Discussed on Pantheon
"Checkout our extensive expensive interview with Armand Hammer deb. DAHBAR! Applaud, we're back. We have another dope interview lineup up for y'all this week. We have a group. On the line that is a castle, really big shadow in the in the hip hop world that we move in. It's a group that we talked about quite a bit on the show both the individual projects together and I am speaking of Armin. Hammer on the line with us to talk about their new record. Shrines appreciate you guys coming on the program. I want to kick it off by asking the question. When was this material recorded? 'cause I listened to the album and their. If it depending on how you want to view it, it could seem like talking about things that are happening right now, but that's probably not possible, so I'm I'm interested to know like winded this particular batch of songs. Recorded and kind of what was going on at that time. Yet definitely pre quarantine. and I think my early this. Recollection is September twenty year nineteen. We're on tour. And like the. Woods correct. There was like a couple of songs that maybe have exists have to go. Look you probably know better than me. I'd have to go look up when we were there, but yeah. The the first song that we actually wrote and recorded was bitter cassava. We were on tour and we drop the demo for. With.
"armand hammer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Beginning issue. One particular. If you get that, joke, you our. Guests but below the other. A. All right enough of this binary talk. Oh! Wow. We veered off quite a bit. I. WanNa, know now now the other part of that story. Only one I talked to over there I, talked to the son of very occasionally, but like yeah okay. I just don't WanNa. Get involved in anyone's life like my I. Think I might have mentioned this on. Some of the other, even allowed bully. My Street. Has this whole community vibe like there's a lot of families with kids and like they come out they together. The adults will stand off to the side and drink wine. This dudes watering his lawn, and they all have this like ecosystem and I'm just like. Walking temps them six feet away, screaming into my phone constantly like I never say hi, never engaged like. My my feelings that we need to like. Think Global Act local wake. Don't actually start with like me engaging with any of my neighbors, except for the people who've been my complex. Wave in the driveway. I. Appreciate You for breaking. The white people are great neighbour stereotype. I often unnerved. If I go somewhere in the white neighbors are like super. Friendly I know. My Dad is the mayor of Eden would like my dad everyone on the block, but isn't this. They know him like if they need something cup of sugar like I, was raised with that kind of I, but I my desire to be left alone and not have to waste any energy. Talking to people outstrips my upbringing. All Day. That's that's why we get along so well. Speaking of a Gore phobic nine neighborly. HIP HOP WE HAVE A. We have an amazing interview lined up for y'all on this week's program. If you listen to our program at all, and you should weekly you know that we are super huge fans of Armand Hammer of both woods in a lucid. Individually, but definitely there link-up as Armin Hammer is always an event in our little part of the world, and as many of you already know, they released a new record called shrines. which is which is a great record which will probably talk about in our next segment, but yeah, they were cooled enough to come on together. We've had each one individually before, but having both woods, and a lucid on and woods, eating pork chop during. Two out of three men..
"armand hammer" Discussed on Pantheon
"Beginning issue. One particular. If you! Get that joke, you our. Guests but below the other. A. All right enough of this binary talk. Oh! Wow, we! We are veered off quite a bit. I WANNA. Know now now the other part of that story. Only one I talked to over there. I talked to the son of very occasionally, but like yeah okay I just don't WanNa. Get involved in anyone's life like my I. Think I might have mentioned this on. Some of the other, even allowed bully. My Street has this whole community vibe like there's a lot of families with kids, and like they come out. They Klay Together. The adults will stand off to the side and drink wine this dudes watering his lawn, and they all have this like ecosystem and I'm just like. Walking temps them six feet away screaming into my phone constantly like I never say hi never engaged like. My my feelings that we need to like. Think Global Act local wake. Don't actually start with like me engaging with any of my neighbors, except for the people who've been my complex. Wave in the driveway. I appreciate you for breaking. The white people are great neighbour stereotype. I am often unnerved. If I go somewhere in the white neighbors are like Super Friendly I know my dad is the mayor of Eden would like my dad everyone on the block, but isn't this. They know him like if they need something cup of sugar like I was raised with that kind of I but I my desire to be left alone and not have to waste any energy. Talking to people outstrips my upbringing. All Day. That's that's why we get along so well. Speaking of a Gore phobic nine neighborly. Hip, hop we have a? We have an amazing interview lined up for y'all on this week's program. If you listened to our program at all, and you should weekly you know that we are super huge fans of Armand Hammer. Both Woods in a lucid. Individually but definitely there link-up as Armin Hammer is always an event in our little part of the world, and as many of you already know, they released a new record called Shrines which is which is a great record which will probably talk about in our next segment, but yeah, they were cooled enough to come on together. We've had each one individually before, but having both woods and a lucid. and woods eating pork chop during. Two out of three men..
What's the Most Expensive Book in the World?
"These days with printing and digital technologies being. What they are books can be very affordable. But when you get into collector territory prices can be astounding. Today's question is what is the most expensive book in the World Abraham Stuff? It's me person Sagar. Sometimes I like to imagine that long after I'm dead. A wealthy philanthropist is going to buy my diary for millions of dollars in lend it to museums across the planet. Then everyone would finally know the answer to today's question. What is the most expensive book in the world? Something by William Shakespeare the Neck Renamo con twilight new moon. Well it all depends on if the book is printed or if it's handwritten if we're talking books that have had multiple copies printed and the answer is the Bay Psalm. Book which sold for more than fourteen million dollars in November of two thousand thirteen it was originally printed by Puritans in Cambridge Massachusetts in sixteen forty seeking religious freedom. These settlers wanted their own translation of the Old Testament. Today there are only eleven copies remaining and it is considered the first book printed in America but if we include one of a kind handwritten texts than the Bay Psalm. Book isn't even worth half the value of the most expensive book ever sold. That title goes to Leonardo DAVINCI'S CODEX Leicester which sold for thirty point. Eight million dollars in nineteen ninety four to a little known computer programmer by the name of Bill Gates. Adjust that amount for inflation and today the Codex is almost worth fifty million dollars. In fact. That's forty nine million. Five Hundred Twenty eight thousand five hundred. Sixty one dollars and forty cents. If you WANNA be technical it's an unbound seventy two page notebook filled with Davinci's drawings and thoughts mainly about how to move water yet. The most expensive book in the world is basically a plumbing manual more on that in a minute. A lot of DAVINCI's writing was lost to history. Almost half of it. In fact so the Codex. Leicester is mainly important because it's a single collection of his focused ideas. The Codex is written like many of Davinci's works in something called mirror hand. All the letters are reversed and it's written from right to left so the only way you can read it when it's held up to a mirror and you probably need a fluency in antiquated Italian as well. So it's a book about water that's written backwards to be fair. That's oversimplifying things a bit. It's primarily about how astronomy and geology relate to water. Considering the functionality of tides eddies and dams really Davinci was trying to figure out how to harness the power of moving water he demonstrates how pressure increases with theft in a fluid and the Codex examines configurations of siphons and differently shaped pipes. He's particularly interested in the fluid mechanics of how water moves around obstacles. This manuscript was first purchased in seventeen. Seventeen by a guy named Thomas Coke who later became the earl of Leicester Hence the title Codex Leicester But in one thousand nine hundred eighty an art collector named Armand Hammer bought it changing. Its name to the more bad ass Codex Hammer. This only lasted fourteen years. Though intil gates bought it and changed back then he made it into a screensaver for windows. Ninety five actually gate seems genuinely inspired by Davinci's example of pushing themselves to find more knowledge. He's even loaned the book to a number of museums years so it be viewed and studied by the public. So that's the most expensive book
"armand hammer" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"armand hammer" Discussed on Z104
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"armand hammer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
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"armand hammer" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Armand hammer created new cloud control letter there's no clouds of nasties when a scoop it's a hundred percent dust free free of heavy perfume and helps reduce airborne dander from scooping so what happens in the litter box stays in the litter box new crowd control catheter Armand hammer more power to you let's talk on live radio dot com welcome back to E. R. better help like radio I am so excited to have my fellow colleagues and co host of the nat geo wild animal T. our live show doctor will to rape her Dr draper welcome to the show Hey great to be here thank you so much I usually call me your BFF now there's like so I know well because we were both honored as the co host analysts analysts I'm nat geo wild to recent shell animal E. R. lie but before we talk about that I want a doctor willing to introduce himself and I just give our audience a little bit information on who you are where you trained about your veterinary practice and what you do well I have a group of veterinary practices in the metro Atlanta area that I've found it with my wife who is also a veterinarian Dr friends was Tyler the called the village backs and we started our practices in two thousand so we're just so we just celebrated nineteen years there are three practices presently in the metro Atlanta area one of which is twenty four hour general medicine in.
"armand hammer" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Armand hammer odor, control. Also available and heavy duty black bags. This weekend Texas continues with a look at medical tourism and medical insurance, for that matter, travel expert, Christopher Elliott joins us. His website is Elliott dot ORG, medical tourism, basically, is when you have a medical procedure that you'd like to get done. It's very expensive where you live, so you decide to go overseas or traveled to Mexico to get it done, and you can save a lot of money you can save you know anywhere from thirty to fifty percent off a medical procedure. You even mentioned in your column reason lay, there's a town in bog, California, that has basically become what is it molar city? Yeah. And there are several there's Muller city and then in Hungary, there's also just across the border from Austria. There's something called Hungarian cap city, and I'm not even try to pronounce those names for you. I have them in my story, and you can get you a lot of people will go from from Europe or from the United States, travel there, and it's, it's the whole town is just a, a lot of dentist. And the quality of care is said to be very good, too. I was gonna say your column points that out that, for example, Lasix surgery in Costa Rica. They're using the very latest technology. They the doctors are fully trained. So why not save forty or sixty percent? Right. And they're always some considerations to make me if you're gonna do simple procedural like teeth whitening or dental filling..
"armand hammer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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Prepare to Pay More for Diapers, Clorox and Cat Litter
"For what it's worth, I'm Michelle Franzen. There may be a lot of crying this year. Over a hike in prices for Staples, like diapers cleaning products, even toilet paper. Big brand companies like pampers and Huggies. Proctor and gamble. Sharman? An arm and hammer say the higher costs of raw goods and transportation due to US tariffs are partly behind the increase church and Dwight says it's raised prices on products like Armand, hammer's baking, soda cat litter, even Oxy clean, Clorox and Colgate-Palmolive are too. So far it's worked the higher prices offsetting lower volume. It's change from the decade of slashing prices. During the rebounding
"armand hammer" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"And it would founded by home it was founded by armand hammer the oil magnet moxie dental petroleum right and he founded it uh after he was approached by lord mountbatten the last viceroy of india and prince charles is nephew uh with the idea that there should be a united world college campus in the united states are there were already a three campuses the first one was founded in wales near saint doughnuts and that's college of the atlantic and then there's in it you know there's cat there was campus in italy singapore four well actually italy was fort founded in the same year that we were found at hooker in eighty two so lord mountbatten the last viceroy your that's right of india you good could gun new english governor of india before the leak had you know took over home rule thanks to mahatma gandhi and everybody else that's right n ended and you know i only know this because of the incredible pbs series the jewel in the criminal yet centralized amazing i may i may be the best thing ever on television so he was cousins with prince charles and they approached arm and a hammer why i mean did he had his fa have some inclination that he was into this kind of educational and well armand hammer just was one of the most remarkably connected human beings on the planet and they saw him as someone who could could find it could find a literature and could and could really be a mover and shaker and get it go because he knew everybody because he knew everybody right all right and it was the first one was founded win 1962 and the first one was in wales in wales and to keep a close aide keep an eye on it right that's right all right that's right and then and then we were founded in our first class grad or a firstclass came in and 82 and graduated 94 okay now win these students leaving these students are necessarily colleague age student summer younger her high school students when they leave what are they leave with besides you know great memories they leave with an international buckle laureate diploma so it's a diploma that's recognized worldwide and they go on to tertiary education or to other you know whatever they want venture whatever they want.
"armand hammer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"On the twos got two couple of accidents for your first off forty two eastbound at this is a between armand hammer and sanatogen there is an overturned vehicle and things are backing up very very quickly so you may want to stick with a high street go through down and i get on past santa go down ridge or something because it really slow again that's worth twenty eastbound and this is between armand hammer answered sanito got on route one hundred southbound lower pots grow is also an accident that's at state road so at slowing everybody down let's come back in it to philly we've got to the eastbound schuylkill expressway little bit sluggish right now getting on at 202 not seeing a huge delay at the schuylkill are happy at the blue route but it you do hit the brakes went into the konjac and curve then again right around gladwin montgomery to gerard that is slow now if you were to try to avoid the afternoon rushhour traffic by taking kelly dr really can't do that right now kelly is close to just south of the strawberry mansion bridge and that's because of a serious accident definitely not the place to be right right now you're going to have to stick it out and stick with the schuylkill expressway westbound if you can't fight another way around from the boulevard you're jammed had to pass city avenue and that even in the gladwin slow traffic in the curve trying to get off at henderson road while that that exit ramp and everything has now been opened again so much better shape ninety five north and southbound no serious issues we had a very brief closure of 95 southbound near kaufman here with some debris it added there north out right around gerard some heavy traffic new jersey is not bad our bridges look okay and mass transit does steal next update in less than ten minutes i'm debbie reese in the trumark financial.