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"ellen murphy" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:40 min | 3 months ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Okay yes what we buy and how we buy it has changed a lot in the past several weeks right the need though to buy groceries has really changed much at all so we have checked back in with some of our regular contributors to see what they're seeing in the grocery aisles in this new economic norm my name is Kelsey Sproul I live in Iowa city Iowa we as a family have plans on several trips for April may June and July they're now off the table and a couple of work trips on but the ones are looking forward to were a road trip to Colorado and Utah to see our families and so that was a bit of a blow and to add insult to injury or getting really cheap gas these days on the grocery chain where I shop offers a discount on gasoline so after buying all of the groceries to feed the four of us every meal of every day I accrued a large enough discount to last week fill up my car for fifteen cents we got sixteen gallons of gas for fifteen cents this is Ellen Murphy from mission hills Kansas and I have not been even looking at prices lately I put on a mask and gloves and I ran into the grocery store and grab what I need and leave so I'm not very good on whether prices are going up or not but I do know that I bought a sixteen dollar packet of toilet paper and then it didn't even have a price on it I didn't know is that sixteen dollars so I got to the check out this is Kelly Cholesky from Columbus Ohio of the past couple of months have really changed the way I view money you know a couple of months ago I would pitch a penny just to see how far we go but I've really transitioned from being cheap to being incredibly grateful I'm grateful that you know that things have have gotten better at the grocery store I even saw a toilet paper the other day and even though I didn't need it it really made me feel good almost like in a way a return to normal so I am truly grateful that you know they're still.

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"What we buy and how we buy has changed a lot in the past seven or eight weeks right. The need though to buy groceries hasn't really changed much at all. So we have checked back in with some of our regular contributors to see what they're seeing in the grocery aisles in this new economic normal. My name is Kelsey. Sproul live in Iowa City Iowa we as a family had planned Several trips for April May June and July. That are now off the table. I had a couple of WORK TRIPS. But the ones that are looking forward to were a road trip to Colorado and Utah to see our families and so that was a bit of a blow and to add insult to injury. Were getting really cheap gas these days on the grocery chain where I shop offers a discount on gasoline so after buying all of the groceries to feed the four of us every meal of every day I accrued a large enough discount to last week. Fill up my car for fifteen cents. We don't sixteen gallons of gas for fifteen cents. This is Ellen Murphy for Mission Hills. Kansas and I have not been even looking at prices lately. I put on a mask and gloves and I run into the grocery store and grab what I need and leave so. I'm not very good on whether prices are going up or not but I do know that I bought a sixteen dollar package of toilet paper And it didn't even have a price on it. I didn't know it was sixteen dollars so I got to check out. This is Kelly Kaletsky from Columbus Ohio. The past couple of months have really changed the way I view money. You know a couple of months ago I would pitch a penny just to see. How far would go? But I've really transitioned from being cheap to be incredibly grateful. I'm grateful that you know things have gotten better at the grocery store. I even saw toilet paper the other day and even though I didn't need it it really made me feel good almost like in a way of return to normal so I am truly grateful that they're still groceries to be bought and I am incredibly grateful that there's a means for me to pay for them. That's Kelsey Sproul in Iowa City Iowa Ellen Murphy in Mission Hills Kansas Kelly Kaletsky in Columbus.

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:15 min | 3 months ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on KCRW

"Though to buy groceries has really changed much at all so we have checked back in with some of our regular contributors to see what they're seeing in the grocery aisles in this new economic norm my name is Kelsey Sproul I live in Iowa city Iowa we as a family had planned on several trips for April may June and July they're now off the table and a couple of work trips on but the ones are looking forward to were a road trip to Colorado and Utah to see our families and so that was a bit of a blow and to add insult to injury we're getting really cheap gas these days on the grocery chain where I shop offers a discount on gasoline so after buying all of the groceries to feed the four of us every meal of every day I accrued a large enough discount to last week fill up my car for fifteen cents we got sixteen gallons of gas for fifteen cents this is Ellen Murphy for mission hills Kansas and I have not been even looking at prices lately I put on a mask and gloves and I ran into the grocery store and grab what I need and leave so I'm not very good on whether prices are going up or not but I do know that I bought a sixteen dollar packet of toilet paper and then it didn't even have a price on it I didn't know is that sixteen dollars so I got to the check out this is Kelly Cholesky from Columbus Ohio of the past couple of months have really changed the way I view money you know a couple of months ago I would pitch a penny just to see how far it would go but I've really transitioned from being cheap to being incredibly grateful I'm grateful that you know that things have have gotten better at the grocery store I even saw a toilet paper the other day and even though I didn't need it it really made me feel good almost like in a way a return to normal so I am truly grateful that you know they're still groceries to.

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:31 min | 5 months ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Great big chunks of this economy are slowing down. They are stopping in point of fact with this pandemic one that's not thankfully for all of us is grocery stores yes. Things are different long and socially distant lines less stuff on the shelves for the moment but still real consumer demand in need so we have circled back to some of the People. We've been talking to for a year or more now about their buying habits to see what they have noticed as they are stocking up. Hi this is high priced in his from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania now with a corona virus. Starting my son is back home from college. My daughter's also here so there are three adults in the house all day every day eating three times a day plus a couple snacks. So we'll see how that goes one thing. I'm very happy about is. We buy food in bulk in. I can get chicken breasts at a dollar sixty nine a pound whereas if I go to a grocery store or Sam's Club it's like two twenty nine to two ninety nine a pound so we'll see how shopping holds up. This is esther from Chicago so with everything going on got some pasta. Got Some canned goods. it was funny looking at some of the shelves. Everything else has gone but Hooton Free Pasta so I guess you know the idea is that something will not not. Even of the apocalypse is upon us. This is Kelly Kaletsky in Columbus Ohio. There weren't many fresh vegetables. There was absolutely no meat in the refrigerated shelves. Were totally empty. The frozen food aisles were a bear and but at least they did have milk and bread I managed to buy a few staples but you know most of the store brands and name brands of canned goods were gone so I wound up having to pay a bit extra for like specialty in organic foods because really it was the only option available but at the end of the day. I was happy to be able to leave with what I got. This is Ellen Murphy calling from Mission Hills. Kansas hanging up in the Hen House grocery store that I went to is a sign. That says you know if you're a laid off worker From a please come see the manager so I went to the manager and talked to her and they're they're trying to get people to work overnight so they can stock and she said they're not having any trouble getting deliveries. Their stuff is still coming in but they need a lot of people to keep getting on shelves that was Chiropractor. Dennis in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania or Nesto from Chicago. Yes not to use his last name. Kelly Kaletsky in Columbus Ohio and Ellen Murphy. She is in mission hills. Kansas speaking of store shelves as we were just there tune into the marketplace morning report. Tomorrow David Brancaccio is GonNa have an interview with the guy who knows a thing or two about supermarkets. Rodney mcmullen RUNS KROGER. And he is hiring as restaurants and other things have closed. You know that customers coming to our stores so the volume has increased. And Right now we have over ten thousand openings over the last week. We've hired over two thousand. People Rodney mcmullan's CEO Kroger on the marketplace morning. Report Tomorrow and coming today in your podcast feed. We are going daily with. Make me smart me and molly would the host of marketplace tech. She is of course what you need to know. Every afternoon to make today make sense..

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"We retreated to the latest figures on inflation today, the consumer price index, it's called up just tenth percent in may from a month earlier a one point eight percent. Gain over a year ago, just about what everybody had been guessing does kind of put the fed in a bit of a jam interest rate wise because now what do they do with inflation, flat? But for consumers same same on prices is pretty good. That said, our listeners are still thinking a whole lot about what they are spending their money on. My name is Kiera price. Dennis and poetry short comfort Chania. I have seen prices increase in my area, particularly with gas and groceries. I have two premium cars that take now by hundred and twenty dollars to fill out where a couple of months ago. It was between eighty five and ninety dollars. I'm not concerned or norm. I'm just being more cautious. I'm trying to make the gas last longer because that is my major extra expenditure. At this time. But yet it's hitting close to home now. Hey marketplace. This is Michael debit in Boise. Idaho, consumer prices, at least what I've noticed too been quite steady. But some, some of the Staples in our home at any rate like coffee and almonds in some of the things that we will buy differently based on price. The prices are down on all of those. So that's been kind of a pleasant surprise high marketplace. This is Ellen Murphy, in I live in Mission Hills, Kansas. Well, it's finally summer here in Kansas, and Missouri. And we are looking forward to the farmer's markets right now. We have southern state peaches, for a dollar forty nine a pound. I'm hoping that we have a long season so that we are not gonna suffer too. Many of the effects of the floods that we've had here I am Kelsey Sproul calling from Iowa City, Iowa. So we bought our house last spring moved in. Last summer, we've loved the corner lot, but it didn't have a fence, and because we have two little kids and a yellow lab. We knew that, that was going to be a problem we needed to fix in short. Order the materials cost was not that high for the offense. This is that we needed, but the labor costs were were much higher than we expected. We were looking at probably somewhere between four six to maybe eight thousand dollars to have the fence put in yet. We, we didn't want to have to spend that much money per offense. So we decided to do it ourselves..

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We retreated to the latest figures on inflation today, the consumer price index, it's called up just a tenth percent in may from a month earlier a one point eight percent. Gain over a year ago, just about what everybody had been guessing does kinda put the fed in a bit of a gym interest rate wise because now what do they do with inflation fled? But for consumers same same on prices is pretty good that said, our listeners are still thinking a whole lot about what they are spending their money on. My name is Cayo price. Dennis from short term for janea. I have seen prices increase in my area. Particularly with gas and groceries. I have two premium cars that take nap on one hundred twenty dollars to fill out where couple Mexico was between eighty five ninety dollars. I'm not concerned or non. I'm just being more cautious. I'm trying to make the gas lasts longer. Because that is a major extra expense. At this time, but yet it's hitting close to home now. Hey marketplace. This is Michael Devon, Boise, Idaho. Consumer prices least what I've noticed been quite steady. But some, some of the Staples in our home at any rate, like coffee and almonds, and some of the things that we will buy differently based on price. The prices are down on all of those. So that's been kind of a pleasant surprise high marketplace. This is Ellen Murphy. And I live in Mission Hills, Kansas. Well, it's finally summer here in Kansas, and Missouri, and we're looking forward to the farmer's markets right now. We have southern state peaches, for dollar forty nine pound. I'm hoping that we have a long season, so that we are not gonna suffered too many of the effects of the floods that we've had here, I am Kelsey Sproul calling from Iowa City, Iowa. So we bought our house last spring. In last summer. We loved the quarter but it didn't have a fence. And because we have two little kids and a yellow lab. We knew that, that was going to be a problem. We needed to fix in short. Order the materials cost was not that high for this offense the size that we needed, but the labor costs were were much higher than we expected. We were looking at probably somewhere between four six maybe eight thousand dollars to have the fence put in. Yeah. We didn't want to have to spend that much money for. So we decided to do it ourselves. Now we have this beautiful fence,.

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That are associated with them. Nobody is suggesting that we stop using cloud computing, just that we all need to be more aware of its impact on Jackson for marketplace. Coming up tomorrow on the marketplace morning report. Oh, hello? Oh, budget deficit tariffs and that macro economic reality. On Wall Street today down. We'll have details when we do the numbers. We retreated to the latest figures on inflation today, the consumer price index, it's called up just a tenth percent in may from a month earlier a one point eight percent. Gain over a year ago, just about what everybody had been guessing does kind of put the fed in a bit of a gym interest rate wise. 'cause now what do they do with inflation fled? But for consumers same same on prices is pretty good that said, our listeners are still thinking a whole lot about what they are spending their money on. My name is Cayo price Denison, coming from short term for janea. I have seen prices increase in my area. Particularly with gas and groceries. I have two premium cars that take now by hundred and twenty dollars to fill out where couple of months ago, it was between eighty five ninety dollars. I'm not concerned or lamb on just being more cautious. I'm trying to make the gas lasts longer. Because that is a major extra expenditure. At this time, but yet it's hitting close to home now. Hey marketplace. This is Michael debit in Boise. Idaho. Consumer prices, least what I've noticed then quite steady. But some, some of the Staples in our home at any rate, like coffee and almonds, and some of the things that we will buy differently based on price. The prices are down on all of those. So that's been kind of a pleasant surprise high marketplace. This is Ellen Murphy. And I live in Mission Hills, Kansas. Well, it's finally summer here in Kansas, and Missouri. And we are looking forward to the farmer's markets right now. We have southern state peaches, for a dollar forty nine a pound. I'm hoping that we have a long season so that we are not gonna suffer too. Many of the effects of the floods that we've had here I am Kelsey Sproul calling from Iowa City, Iowa. So we bought our house last spring moved. Last summer we loved the quarterback, but it didn't have a fence. And because we have two little kids and the yellow lab. We knew that, that was going to be a problem. We needed to fix in short. Order the materials cost was not that high for this offense. This is that we needed, but the labor costs were were much higher than we expected. We were looking at probably somewhere between four six maybe eight thousand dollars to have the fence put in. Yeah. We didn't want to have to spend that much money for. So we decided to do it ourselves. Now we have this beautiful fence,.

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"So we divert to this other airport, which is an hour and a half from Newark. I don't remember the name of it. And at one point, you know, it's going to be a long time when they get on the speaker and go so at this point, we're going to give anybody the opportunity to get off the plane that would like to find another way home. Where do they land you for fuel about an hour and a half from Newark up of Westchester someplace, actually, Orange County, Orange County, New York or God. So now now this point I go, I don't know how long this is going to be I turned to Android. A what do you think? He goes. I say Uber. So we get off the plane. We get ourselves some sandwiches. We call an Uber, and we get home and they were still parked for three or four hours at that airport, and nobody was out of the plane. L about traveling whether you travel a lot or not, you know, every once in a while, you you're like, okay, I don't like to fly because you hear these horror stories that's travel what they safety. They always do. And that's good. If you want to get from point eight point B and have a good time. You have to understand you're going to have delays. You're going to have some f ups, and this is the way it is way. We were laughing about it. This is why I never get upset when I travel and there's a delay. You never say. Well, we we're delighted because we found a screw on the tarmac. Well, that's okay. Go to the carnival. You don't want to get on the tilted world. If there's a screw on the ground. Coming up in a couple of minutes. I want to get into the unwritten rules of life. Okay. Yes. I'll give you one. Like never ask for something from a person if they only have one left. Okay annoyed when people do that, exactly. Like a piece of gum. That. If they say only one piece left. No, no, I can't eat it. One cookie left. No that cookies, not yours. That's one cookie. I'm planning on that cookie. I have eaten everything else. And I have set myself up for one last cookie. You can't have the last one written rules in life. Like if you finish a roll of toilet paper. You have to put a new one on nice that you know, how far it gets in my house. They will put it on the sink and use it from the sink. Instead Again, the role. the role Elvis what if you take the garbage out? It's your job to put the garbage bag back into the s I agree. Okay. Finally, because we're going to get a long list of these these are the unwritten rules of life and this is to Nate. When you borrow someone's car put gas in it. Full tank. No matter how you took it as you know, we describe him as a man who's he's playing with a half tank. All right. I only did that like three times doing times by truck three times. That's why there's never going to be a fourth. Anyway, we'll get into these. Okay. These are the unwritten rules of life. If you could just start remembering them or text them to us fifty five one hundred we're going to get to those in just a little bit like fifteen minutes. Also, Danielle has her first reported the day on the way, it would he have coming up. Danielle. Let's talk about Chrissy Teagan why we will not be seeing her. And I became anytime soon. Who are you know, what that was a weird fight? She had with some people on Twitter this week landed and people need to leave her alone. Seriously. All right. Let's get into your feel-good with percent high producers saying, hi, all right? What's going on to that? So today's field goods was very personal Email from our listener Ellen Murphy. So she suffers from immune thrombosis to- Pena per per ya-. Okay. It's a mouthful I probably said it wrong. But I try it. It's also called IT p. So basically, it's low blood platelets for an unknown reason. So at best you can have constant unexplained bruises and cuts that can lean to infection..

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"One thing's for sure other online food delivery companies are now looking to figure this out. I'm Renato sago for marketplace. We started doing a thing a couple of months ago on the program calling listeners to talk about prices in this Konami inflation in other words, as it begins to take up, and we wanted to know what they might as consumers decide at some point to do without instead of just paying more for what they usually buy lots has happened since last time, we reached out the romaine lettuce recall wildfires, winter storms, of course, the government shutdown. So here you go. The latest installment here of what some consumers have decided is their pricing. Breaking point. I changed a lot of my buying habits based on what the prices of things are especially being in the middle of the country things like produce are harder to find and more expensive than they were when we were in Colorado or California Olivia wanted raspberries at the grocery store last weekend. And I told her that we only buy them when they're on. Sale because I won't spend more than two fifty per pint on berries since ivine toothpastes as weird as that sounds I go to Cosco and by about five tubes. And it's about a twenty two twenty three dollars, which I feel like isn't too bad. It's one of the things that I do buy in bulk because it just becomes a little more cost effective. It's one of those trade offs that I've made to, you know, spend a little more in in one place because it really feels like it makes a difference. I was kind of surprised when I was replacing romaine. I was just finding other lettuces, and they were marking a lot of lettuces down like really really cheap. You know? So that people would buy them, I guess, but then when the romaine came back everything was actually even more expensive fossil. I did notice that some of the northern California wines, they ship here were disillusion bit more expensive than they used to be made me shop around a little bit more for different. Ryan's that. I wasn't particularly familiar with because I thought well, they're they're bound to be just as good. They're still in my old price range. I think we had talked about film photography's a hobby of mine federal employees in Chicago. And during the shutdown. I really had to take to heart. What I was going to buy because we just didn't know when we were going to get paid. I knew I didn't need the film. So I didn't look for it as far as groceries. I just whenever I went to the store. I make sure that I just bought the stuff that I needed and be done with it. Kelsey Sproul in Iowa City. Kelly Kaletsky in Columbus. Ohio Ellen Murphy from Mission Hills Kansas also Esto from Chicago didn't want us to use his last name. Quick scan of the headlines.

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One thing's for sure other online food delivery companies are now looking to figure this out. I'm Renato sago for marketplace. We started doing this thing a couple of months ago on the program calling listeners to talk about prices in this economy inflation in other words, as it begins to take up, and we wanted to know what they might as consumers decide at some point to do without instead of just paying more for what they usually buy lots has happened since last time, we reached out the romaine lettuce recall wildfires, winter storms, of course, the government shutdown. So here you go. The latest installment here of what some consumers have decided is their pricing. Breaking point. I changed a lot of my buying habits based on what the prices of things are especially being in the middle of the country things like produce are harder to find and more expensive than they were when they were in Colorado or California Olivia wanted raspberries at the grocery store last weekend. And I told her that we only buy them when they're on. Sale because I won't spend more than two fifty per pint on berries Cincinnati in toothpastes as weird as that sounds I go to Cosco and by about five tubes. And it's about a twenty two twenty three dollars, which I feel like isn't too bad is one of the things that I do buy in bulk because it just becomes a little more cost effective. It's one of those trade offs that I've made to spend a little more in one place because it really feels like it makes a difference. I was kind of surprised when I was replacing romaine. I was just finding other lettuces, and they were marking a lot of lettuces down like really really cheap. You know? So that people would buy them, I guess, but then when the romaine came back everything was actually even more expensive, possibly I did notice that some of the northern California wines, they ship here were just a little bit more expensive than they used to be made me shop around a little bit more for different. Lines that I wasn't particularly familiar with because I thought well, they're they're bound to be just as good. They're still in my old price range. I think we had talked about film photography. So hobby of mine, I'm a federal employee in Chicago and green the shutdown. I really had to take to heart. What I was going to buy because we just didn't know when we were going to get paid. I knew I didn't need the film. So I didn't look for it as far as groceries. I just whenever I went to the store. I made sure that I just bought the stuff that I needed and be done with it. Kelsey Sproul in Iowa City. Kelly Kaletsky in Columbus, Ohio Ellen Murphy from Mission Hills, Kansas also we're Nesto from Chicago didn't want us to use his last name. Quick scan of the headlines coming.

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"One thing's for sure other online delivery companies are now looking to figure this out. I'm Renato say go for marketplace. We started doing a thing a couple of months ago on the program calling listeners to talk about prices in this Konami inflation in other words, as it begins to tick up, and we wanted to know what they might as consumers decide at some point to do without instead of just paying more for what they usually buy lots has happened since last time, we reached out the romaine lettuce recall wildfires, winter storms, of course, the government shutdown. So here you go. The latest installment here of what some consumers have decided is their pricing. Breaking point. I changed a lot of my buying habits based on what the prices of things are especially being in the middle of the country things like produce are harder to find and more expensive than they were when we were in Colorado or California Olivia wanted raspberries at the grocery store last weekend. And I told her that we only buy them when they're on. Fail because I won't spend more than two fifty per pint on berries Cincinnati in toothpastes as weird as that sounds I go to Cosco and by about five tubes. And it's about a twenty two twenty three dollars, which I feel like isn't too bad. It's one of the things that I do by invoke because it just becomes a little more cost effective. It's one of those trade offs that I've made to spend a little more in in one place because it really feels like it makes a difference. I was kind of surprised when I was replacing romaine. I was just finding other lettuces, and they were marking a lot of lettuce down like really really cheap. You know? So that people would buy them, I guess, but then when the romaine came back everything was actually even more expensive, possibly I did notice that some of the northern California wines that they ship here were just a little bit more expensive than they used to be it made me shop around a little bit more for different. Ryan's and I wasn't particularly familiar with because I thought well, they're they're bound to be just as good. They're still in my old price range. I think we had talked about film photography is a hobby of mine federal employees in Chicago and green the shutdown. I really had to take to heart. What I was going to buy because we just didn't know when we were going to get paid. I knew I didn't need the films. I didn't look for it as far as groceries. I just whenever I went to the store. I make sure that I just bought the stuff that I needed and be done with it. That was Kelsey Sproul in Iowa City. Kelly Kaletsky in Columbus, Ohio Ellen Murphy from Mission Hills, Kansas also or Nesto from Chicago didn't want us to use his last name. Quick scan of the headlines.

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Have run out of resources and out of time. I'm Eric Harris for marketplace. Report on something for a whole year. You'll learn some things we put some of our key findings from our twelve months of looking into how the financial crisis changed this economy, and the people living in it on our website today lessons of how housing has changed in the last ten years is it marketplace dot org slash divided decade. With an eye on the monetary policy calendar, which is a snooty way of saying the fed meets this week on interest rates. We're going to revisit some people. We had on the program about a month and a half ago talking about inflation, which as we have been telling you is sitting just about two point two percent on an annualized basis pretty much where the fed wanted. Anyway, we'd asked these folks what they might not buy if prices got too high wine cable television movies and dating apps came up on that list. But then we also asked them what they would by no matter what and we got appliances newspaper deliver. Ye journalism also milk. So we call them back up the other day to see how they are feeling now. Hey, marketplace, this is Michael Devitt in Boise, Idaho. As a healthcare practitioner, I hate to share this. But some lab tests that I get frequently the last time I had it about two weeks ago. The price was almost fifteen percent higher than it is typically been so that. A little bit of a shock. And I know you're wanting to know more about inflation. But just in terms of spending power, my wife, and I just recently got our property taxes Sussman and for the second year in a row our taxes have gone up twenty three percent. So that equates to about three hundred and fifty dollars a month extra that we will be paying for our mortgage. All marketplace international Walgreens has started carrying again, the milk brand that I like, and they're carrying it for what they used to carry it, which is about sixty seven cents cheaper than the local supermarkets. I mean, it's less than a dollar difference. But an all that helps high marketplace, this is Ellen Murphy in prairie village, Kansas. Well, since last time the romaine lettuce recall happened, and so I bought a lot of different lettuces. And I usually do but I found that the red and green. Leaf lettuce. Spinach is and the sales were extremely inexpensive. I don't know if they were marked down because the romaine was unavailable,.

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Resources and out of time. I'm Eric Harris for marketplace. Report on something for a whole year. You'll learn some things we put some of our key findings from our twelve months of looking into how the financial crisis changed this economy, and the people living in it on our website today lessons of how housing has changed in the last ten years is it marketplace dot org slash divided decade. With an eye on the monetary policy calendar, which is a snooty way of saying the fed meets this week on interest rates. We're going to revisit some people. We had on the program about a month and a half ago talking about inflation, which as we have been telling you is sitting at just about two point two percent on an annualized basis pretty much where the fed wanted. Anyway, we'd asked these folks what they might not buy if prices got too high wine cable television movies and dating apps came up on that list. But then we also asked them what they would bind no matter what and we got appliances newspaper. Delivery journalism also milk. So we call them back up the other day to see how they are feeling now. Hey, marketplace, this is Michael Devitt in Boise, Idaho. As a healthcare practitioner, I hate to share this. But some lab tests that I get frequently the last time I had it about two weeks ago. The price was almost fifteen percent higher than it is typically been so that was a little bit of a shock. And I know you're wanting to know more about inflation. But just in terms. Of spending power my hyphen. I just recently got our property taxes Sussman and for the second year in a row our taxes have gone up twenty three percent. So that equates to about three hundred and fifty dollars a month extra that we will be paying for our mortgage all marketplace and us Walgreens started carrying again, the milk brand that I like and they're carrying for what they used to carry it, which is about sixty seventy cents cheaper than the local supermarkets. I mean, it's it's less than a dollar difference. But a little bit helps high marketplace, this is Ellen Murphy in prairie village, Kansas. Well since last time the romaine lettuce recall happened, and so I got a lot of different lettuces than I usually do. But I found that the red and green leaf lettuce. Spinach is and the kale's were extremely inexpensive. I don't know if they were marked down because the romaine.

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Help with any vehicle breakdowns mary ellen murphy reporting w wjr news time is 823 started july sixteen must constellations bear little resemblance to their namesakes can eat a great imagination to see a king and the stars have seeff as for example or as seek out in 'capricorno us one constellation that does resemble its namesake is the dolphin delphine us it's a small grouping of stars that's low in in the east at nightfall and swims high across the south later on and that little group of stars really does look like a dolphin jumping through the edge of the stari milky way in greek mythology delphine as carried a poet to safety when he jumped overboard to escape some nasty sailors the poet and the dolphin were commemorated in several coins that were issued around five hundred b c and the dolphin gained longerlasting recognition through its own constellation none of the individuals stars have delphine s is particularly interesting the brightest is beta del finding its near the center of the constant elation and marks the end of the dolphins torso the dolphins body stretches to the left as it climbs higher into the sky and its tail to the right baiters l signing is actually a binary the two stars were born from the same cloud of gas and dust and they remain bound to each other by their mutual gravitational pull they orbit each other once every twenty seven years look for the beautiful dolphins swimming interview in the east as darkness falls and climbing high across the south during the night stabbing w w j is made possible by crown institute of science match detroit explores the natural wonders of the universe through changing exhibits programs and planetarium shelves w wjr news time eight forty five time for business from the suburban cadillac buick business desk denise pellegrini with our bloomberg business report shopping mall.

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The home to the first regional office in the us patent and trademark office is two hundred twenty seven year history it marked the fiveyear anniversary on friday patten officials say it was a template for offices in denver dallas in san jose california in addition to examining patents regional offices also hold innovation challenges and have helped incorporate science technology engineering and method eucation as well as intellectual property concepts into schools jackie page www newsradio nine fifty of american bridge authority laying out plans for a safe and secure 2017 labor day macinaggio bridge walk the nba plans to be village it in issuing reminders to people that the bridge will be closed vehicles except buses taking people across for the block from six thirty am to noon president a pure michigan dave the rent says the safety measures are necessary for the times we live in a time that we start do things differently because of these crazy pete on the world is a time that they start when we're going to keep on doing at work in a shot make sure say we're not gonna let them stop us from doing things more portable toilets on us steel and interstate seventy five will be put out along with her freshman stations due to expected traffic backups a pair of nba mechanics will also be an patrol to help with any vehicle breakdowns mary ellen murphy reporting wjr news time one 44 this is real on july sixteen nineteen thirty seven in judge the release of the ghost comedy removing the perfect you're right starring kari grant feeling different views dated 1966 the does that hanging nami james in the sean dell's at the top of the singles chart with anke bank july sixteen 1982 twelve months you'll learn take my got the release of the soap operas tellingbated fixture doctors in la sixty 1993 the release of the family film rights cream is a huge hit spawned three sequel would it was dying brendan toby lonski place and that why.

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Move will lead to more dollars in the classroom your state representative thomas albert's now that can get it they can still get a pension if they so chose but they can also have a much more enhanced defined contribution plan which also has an annuity option so if they want a guaranteed retirement income they can get it either way that loal republican says the the new plan also caps future retirement liabilities while modernizing the retirement system for new school employees of american bridge thority laying out plans for a safe and secure 2017 labor day mac and all bridge walk the nba plans to be village it in issuing reminders to people that the bridge be closed vehicles except buses taking people across for the block from six thirty am to noon vice president of your michigan dave the ran says the safety measures are necessary for the times we live in a time that we start do things differently because of these crazy eat on the oral is a time that they start when we're going to keep on doing at work in a shot make sure they were not gonna let them dapa from doing these things more portable toilets on us steel and interstate seventy five will be put out along with refreshments stations due to expected traffic backups a pair of nba mechanics will also be on patrol to help with any vehicle breakdowns mary ellen murphy reporting a dearborn art gallery offering of view to the pass through an exhibit of historic hudson's the window displays newsradio nine fifty's learned barth old gives us a look ralph vowed as is the executive director of the dearborn community arts council this show will mostly feature photographs historic photographs of window display dated way back and also memorabilia and primera different things that are associated would hudson such as the bag gree shirts that people war uniform lots of historic quotas glucosinolate with a christmas time in the great giving grade he says the group hopes the gallery will allow people to reminisce with each other the show is open now and runs through august fourth at the project ski art gallery in the four community and performing arts center admission is free lauren barth old at wjm newsradio nine fifty of the.

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"ellen murphy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ellen murphy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Farmington at all points in between the news watch never stops on newsradio nine fifty two the latest chapter in kid rocks po'd tential bid for a us senate seat physician is posted a social media quotes the presses wrong he says he has fifteen days time at his announcement to file campaign paperwork with the federal elections commission out of a county is the most conservative county in get in less michigan congressman bill highs ago wonders at the rocker can get the same kind of traction of west michigan as he has on the east that at the state to carry a vote here in a good are happy get off agriculture kirk there can no know who who have been with him and he is only aware of an interest power number of other gird note doubt grip rock says he wants to be the voice for taxpaying hardworking americans and leading politicians dealt we the people are sick and tired of business as usual in washington mary ellen murphy reporting d two of the garage sale ed michigan motion picture studio in pontiac people showing up hoping for everything from a bit of memorabilia those set furniture for use in their home and jew jim taribo susannah different mission by represent airbus hotter than traction and we have airbus escape rooms that were opening up and we try to create this of authenticity and our rule is theirs are jail cells are down to our labs if we're hoping to find a good stuff out of the failure and unlike many attending day one of the sale he said he was unsure what he'd fine under how much you'd have to pay for it he doesn't think though that the failed attempt to make movies should be taken as a strike against michigan you know it's whoever causes shack 'cause i have some friends in georgia and it just so happens they got the tax credits down there nowadays we were movies all of the political disposition change how's the move is at all and so i would vanessa continue at hopefully to a level where we can produce who have have the task credits the michigan motion picture studio produce the transformer foreign five movies batman versus superman odds the great and powerful among others before closing out the buildings and property has.

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